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    PA - Terrance Webster, 2, Chester, 13 June 2010

    Little 2 year old Terrence Webster of Chester clings to life after being shot along with his parents Tisheta Green aged 25 and Thomas Webster aged 26.

    Terrence remained in critical condition in Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia. His parents have been released from hospitals after being treated for their injuries.

    Police said the shooting ocurred at about 2:20AM as the three along with another of Green's children entered their home along West Ninth Street.


    http://www.philly.com/dailynews/loca..._shooting.html

    Prayers for little Terrence he may survive this.

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    How bizarre...just randomly walk up to a family and shoot them right outside their door?? What is wrong with people?!? I really hope the baby is going to be okay and thankfully he still has his parents to help him through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filly View Post
    Little 2 year old Terrence Webster of Chester clings to life after being shot along with his parents Tisheta Green aged 25 and Thomas Webster aged 26.

    Terrence remained in critical condition in Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia. His parents have been released from hospitals after being treated for their injuries.

    Police said the shooting ocurred at about 2:20AM as the three along with another of Green's children entered their home along West Ninth Street.


    http://www.philly.com/dailynews/loca..._shooting.html

    Prayers for little Terrence he may survive this.
    He died Filly.

    http://www.delcotimes.com/articles/2...d897974260.txt

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    Quote Originally Posted by reen View Post
    How bizarre...just randomly walk up to a family and shoot them right outside their door?? What is wrong with people?!? I really hope the baby is going to be okay and thankfully he still has his parents to help him through.
    I doubt this was random. If I had to guess I would bet it is drug related. This is a bad area and most people killed there are either in a gang or drug dealers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearly Confused View Post
    Oh noooooooo. How vicious and senseless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearly Confused View Post
    Oh no. Poor little guy. I hadn't heard that awful news, CC.

    Bless little Terrence. Poor baby.

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    There is a $10,000 reward being offered for turning in the murderer of little Terrence.




    http://www.examiner.com/x-42816-Dela...hot-and-killed

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    Chester Mayor declares State Of Emergency!

    Chester has 37,000 residents. They also have had four homocides in eight days. That's including the heart breaking murder of little Terrence. Despite the reward being offered they haven't found his killer.

    Here's what their State Of Emergency dictates.

    No more than three people can congregate without a permit. Nobody and that means nobody is allowed outdoors between the hours of 9:00PM and 6:00AM unless absolutely necessary. Police are not allowed to take vacation and they've been working 16 hour shifts.

    Whoa. This Mayor means business. Somehow I think business has something to do with it. They just built a brand spanking new stadium there for soccer. Football to those of us across the pond. It's due to open next week. I think I read that the tickets have been sold out for the season.

    What if you want to go and shop at a Target and don't get back home until 9:30? What if you need to grab a pack of smokes or diapers after 9:00PM? I'm interested to see how this works.

    Wouldn't this be a Police State or Martial Law? Maybe it's Marshall Law? I'm not the brightest bulb I think you all know. Could they implement that here in Philly or over in Camden I wonder?

    Continued prayers for dear baby Terrence and his family.




    http://www.philly.com/inquirer/local...#axzz0rPUAlDtR

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    Unhappy Family Mourns Slain Tot Chester Extends Curfew

    Caskets should not have to be made so tiny. A child should never lie so still.




    http://www.philly.com/dailynews/loca...cy_curfew.html



    Sad is not even the word.

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    Incredible heartbreaking.
    "I would have stayed up with you all night, had I known how to save a life."
    Rest in peace, Ethan Stacy and Aja Johnson.


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    Chester's month long state of emergency curfew expired with yesterday's sunrise, and nobody had been murdered in three weeks.

    The day people were celebrating sadly lasted only a few hours. Before lunchtime had ended police were rushing to a shooting within walking distance of where a press conference had just been held.

    Unbelievable.


    http://www.philly.com/dailynews/loca...emergency.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filly View Post
    Chester Mayor declares State Of Emergency!

    Chester has 37,000 residents. They also have had four homocides in eight days. That's including the heart breaking murder of little Terrence. Despite the reward being offered they haven't found his killer.

    Here's what their State Of Emergency dictates.

    No more than three people can congregate without a permit. Nobody and that means nobody is allowed outdoors between the hours of 9:00PM and 6:00AM unless absolutely necessary. Police are not allowed to take vacation and they've been working 16 hour shifts.

    Whoa. This Mayor means business. Somehow I think business has something to do with it. They just built a brand spanking new stadium there for soccer. Football to those of us across the pond. It's due to open next week. I think I read that the tickets have been sold out for the season.

    What if you want to go and shop at a Target and don't get back home until 9:30? What if you need to grab a pack of smokes or diapers after 9:00PM? I'm interested to see how this works.

    Wouldn't this be a Police State or Martial Law? Maybe it's Marshall Law? I'm not the brightest bulb I think you all know. Could they implement that here in Philly or over in Camden I wonder?

    Continued prayers for dear baby Terrence and his family.




    http://www.philly.com/inquirer/local...#axzz0rPUAlDtR
    They did this in Camden years ago! I was doing social work when they actually called in the National Guard at one point! They were stationed on known drug corners with ak's! I felt really safe


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    From June 2012:

    http://www.delcotimes.com/general-ne...-seeks-answers

    While time seems to fly by for most people, she said the clock all but stopped for her family after the 2-year-old died, succumbing to a gunshot wound to the head suffered during an attack outside the family's apartment on Ninth Street in Chester.

    She and Terrance's father, Thomas Webster, had just arrived home around 2:30 a.m. June 13, 2010, after spending the day with family. Green and her son, Thomas Webster Jr. now 6, had just entered the apartment when shots were fired. Terrance was in the arms of his father when the bullets flew. Bullets pierced the front door as they all stood inside...

    Green believes Thomas Webster was the intended target. They have gone their separate ways since losing Terrance.

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    Bump.

    An article on the unsolved crime rate in Chester, including a bit on Terrance's death: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/Ge...n_Chester.html

    And another (not on Terrance) about moves by mayor to work on the unsolved rate: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/pe...rd-Money-.html



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