|Aniah Ferguson (Facebook)|
”A new definition to ‘Mac Attack,’” a NYC police official quoted by The Daily Beast
The Girl In The Purple Bra
Ferguson (labeled a "brute" by name-calling New York City media) is said to be a member of the Young Savages gang. That's victimization right there. She is not responsible for anything she had to do to stay alive and survive on the streets of New York. Ms. Ferguson should be given a fair shake.
McBrutes: Society's "New Normal"?
Instead of blaming President Barack Obama, it would be nice if someone with the way and means could step in and help the Ferguson family move to a nice place upstate, away from the gangsta scene, where they could start over.
HINT: Why not open a Kickstarter and get the process moving along? Survival is a BIG issue. Look what survival means for this family. Bottom Line: Aniah Ferguson is NOT a 'brute' and prison is NOT the answer.
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Back to McD's, the 15-year old girl identified as victim, Ariana Taylor, somehow survived without serious injuries. The married (according to her Facebook page at 11:30am Sunday march 15) child is now a celebrity after the cell phone video of the McDoanld's bash went viral.
“According to social media, she is enjoying her new status as famous,” The Daily Beast quotes defense attorney Sarah O’Leary. Taylor wrote on FB: “Im Gucc!” - street slang for “good.”
These folks did the right thing. Adults, DO NOT INTERVENE in youth brawls. They could be gang members. And unless you are a law enforcement officer, you could face charges if you try to break up a fight where the combatants are under legal age.
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