The New Horizing

I’ve four (4) daughters from five (5) years old to twenty seven (27) years old, this would turn me into something else if that was my own child.

A worker in one of the deli grocery stores said that they had to reject the man’s help for using their phone to call the cops, I find it displeasing. Is there a requirement for helping someone’s bad news, commotion, dilemma or big trouble in little Brooklyn. However, the cops beleived him by arriving there in twenty minutes. Why couldn’t an open store, fix in location, couldn’t take a minute to comprehend extreme danger?

Her father had to choose fighting and get short or ran away for help, this is a tuff one.

The father of an 18-year-old girl was gang raped at a Brooklyn playground was too drunk to report the attack on the teenager, witnesses have claimed. The victim explained how loud she screamed and no one, I meant, no one heard the call and come to that girl rescue, unacceptable.

A bodega survillance video show a clear picture of the suspects in the rape attack entering the store.

Pictured: surveillance video shows the suspects in the rape entering a bodega before the attack

The 18-year-old victim had been inside Osborne Park in Brownsville drinking beer with her father when the suspects accosted the pair, police said

Four minors, aged 14 to 17, have been taken into police custody in connection to the horrifying sexual assault on Thursday night inside Osborn Playground in Brownsville, New York. As of Monday afternoon, police said a fifth suspect was still at large.

Now it has been claimed that the teenager’s father was too drunk for anyone to understand him when he walked into two local delis in an attempt to get help.

The 18-year-old victim had been inside Osborne Park in Brownsville drinking beer with her father when the suspects accosted the pair, police said.

We’ll use IBornStudio youth organization to educate, train create films and television series for those youth idealers who needs a different approach to funneled them from big trouble in little Brooklyn to sustainable projects for a brighter future.

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