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Bob Allen is a philosopher and cyber libertarian. He advocates for the basic human rights of men. Bob has learned to cut through the political nonsense, the propaganda hate, the surface discourse, and talk about the underlying metamessage that the front is hiding. Bob tells it like it is and lets the chips fall where they may. If you like what you read be sure to bookmark this blog and share it with your friends.

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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Another Gang Murder

Denver Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams was killed early Monday when his white stretch Hummer was sprayed by bullets after a nightclub dispute following a New Year's Eve party. Read story. Williams and the Broncos had lost their final game of the 2006 season earlier that afternoon, and he was beginning his off season vacation. He was gunned down in the street outside an up scale club frequented by sports personalities including several Denver Nuggets as well as Broncos.

The Denver blue gun thugs report that they don't know the motive for the murder nor do they have any suspects. Bob can't help but notice that the execution style murder of Williams was virtually identical to the recent execution murder of Mr. Sean Bell in NYC after he and some friends left a club. See story here The largest criminal gang in NYC lined up a firing squad and executed Mr. Bell for reasons they have never revealed. In Denver too, the largest criminal gang in Denver says they don't know who shot Darrent Williams nor, they say, do they know why he was shot. Bob suggests that they look in the blue gun thug garage for the white vehicle driven by the assassins, and ask themselves why he was executed.

The sports public may never be told exactly why Darrent Williams was executed. We know that the blue gun thug gang is willing to assassinate NFL players. This is the second player they have shot in the past 4 months. Another blue gun thug chased down and shot San Diego Chargers linebacker Steve Foley in September 2006. Was it a drug deal gone bad? Was it because of big money sports gamboling and game fixing? Was it because he stopped paying for "protection?" Or was it simply because some of the gang were drunk and trigger happy? We may never know the real reason Darrent Williams was executed, but the identity of the executioners is well known. We see them every day robbing citizens. They wear blue gang colors. Murder is what they do. When the truth is finally published, remember you read it here first.

UPDATE January 04, 2007
According to the Denver Post:
"Denver police revealed a possible break Wednesday in their investigation of the shooting death of Darrent Williams - a link to a jailed gang member's sport utility vehicle.Police are searching for a white 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe, Colorado license plate 665-OBS, that sources say is registered to Brian Kenneth Hicks, 27. Hicks is a self-professed gang member, who is accused of drug possession…"

So what does that mean? The blue gun thugs routinely confiscate the vehicles belonging to men accused of drug crimes. Often they use these confiscated vehicles for "undercover" work and then sell them at auction. Plain clothed and "under cover" gun thugs enjoy driving the expensive confiscated vehicles at no cost to the blue gun thug budget since its all been stolen from citizens. Now we learn that the (confiscated) vehicle of a previously arrested drug dealer was used in the murder of Williams. Blue gun thugs are making a show of "searching" for the vehicle they ditched after finding out that the rich black guy they murdered was a football player, not a pimp or drug dealer. Their search for an uninvolved schmuck to frame for their execution style murder is beginning to be played before the media.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should check your facts. I can't tell if you are just trying to be dramatic, or if you are misinformed, but Darrent Williams was not killed "execution style," as you assert. This was a cowardly drive-by shooting, and Darrent was not, as far as anyone can tell so far, even the target of the violence (the windows were tinted so no one could see into the vehicle to aim.) Your assertion that this was gang-related also seems to be a bit hasty... there is no indication to that effect. I wonder why you make that assumption?

January 02, 2007 2:39 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to aeropepe:
You are right that there have been few facts published as the Denver and sports media work hard to cover up corruption in the NFL and in the blue gun thug crime syndicate. However, the circumstances are too contrived for it to have been a coincidence. It has all the earmarks of a blue gang execution style shooting. We know that the blue gun thug gang is willing to assassinate NFL players. This is the second player they have shot in the past 4 months. Another blue gun thug chased down and shot San Diego Chargers linebacker Steve Foley in September 2006. Murder is what they do. When the truth is finally published, remember you read it here first.

January 02, 2007 4:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am usually the last person to stick up for la policia, but let's be honest about Foley... he had been arrested 5 times previously for drunk driving and violence! I wasn't there, but I have a hard time believing Foley was innocent. I also believe that all professional (and most amateur sports, for that matter) are corrupt to varying degrees. Nevertheless, Darrent Williams was loved in the community (I am from Denver and raised a Broncos fan) and seems to have given no one a reason to kill him, especially an officer (or a real gang member). It's hard to trust any public official in this day and age, but there is no reason to believe this is some kind of cover-up or inside job. Just a stupid, unnecessary, cowardly killing that has humbled millions of people at a time of year that should have been filled with hope.

January 02, 2007 4:14 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to aeropepe: You are saying that it was okay for a blue gun thug from another city to chase down and shoot Foley because he had previously been the victim of several blue gun thug armed roberies. Got it.

Bob doesn't think so.

January 02, 2007 5:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nope! That is not at all what I said, but way to suck out a conclusion where there wasn't one in an attempt to further your agenda. I am saying, simply, that given Foley's history, it is shortsighted to just blame the police outright, without considering the fact that we (you and me both) weren't there and don't know the details (i.e., reportedly he was drunk, and any reasonable person would at least recognize the possibility that a drunk driver with a history of violence MAY have given the officer in the case a reason to defend himself). In short, who really knows who is to blame? But I do know that you don't know any better than me or anyone else (besides Foley and the blue gun thug). The Chargers had $1.65 million invested in Foley; if the SDPD were illegally responsible for his injuries, I think a lawyer would have been involved at some point. (You should re-read the MSN article posted on your own site... Foley's girlfriend drove the car AT the officer, AND the officer fired a warning shot into the bushes before he ever fired at Foley. In that situation, you bet that I would have shot Foley, too. In all fairness, the officer probably should be commended for taking down Foley in a non-lethal manner, and Foley can still go back to making his millions next year in the NFL.

Lesson learned.

January 02, 2007 6:15 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Yea, right, and we believe all the lies the blue gun thugs tell. An off duty thug from Coronado (not San Diego) while out of his jurisdiction area, chased Foley through several other jurisdictions without notifying local gun thug mobs. Finally the assasin cornered Foley in Poway and shot him. You are way wrong about Bob. Bob would not have shot Foley. Bob would not have chased him down and cornered him. Bob would treat other men with respect.

If the people of Denver want to know who shot Williams, ask where the "plain clothed" Denver gang members were that night. Check the balistics on their hidden guns.

January 02, 2007 6:38 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Note to Anonymous: Please read Bob's rules for comments posted on the left column of The World According to Bob. All comments must be germane to the topic. Bob is not the topic of this blog.

Note also that Bob is a concerned citizen outraged by the runaway corruption and police state tyranny of our governments. Your assumptions that only someone who has been arrested would demand decent government serves to demonstrate your own mental corruption.

January 03, 2007 1:37 PM  

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