I too grew up in Atlanta "wealthy suburbs" I think it all boils down to a couple of things.But didn't your parents know that you'd be out into the wee hours of the morning, and why you would be out so late? When the parents of the victims were contacted by LE, they stated they thought these kids were at home, asleep in their own beds!
Cherokee went back to school this Monday. Roswell will go back next Monday, just FYI.
Parenting isn't what it used to be.
he looks high AF.
I agree. If someone breaks the law we shouldn't lock them up to protect law abiding citizens or to teach them a lesson. As far as locking up youth, lets just let them do what they want with no consequences. That should systematically work.
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Sorry if this has been asked and answered: Could the shooter have been behind the Publix first and the kids just happened to choose that spot to meet?
I wasn't sure who was there first. TIA.
Why do you think he looks high? To me, he looks tired. But then, I haven't witnessed many who were high, on anything more potent than MJ or alcohol, so probably wouldn't recognize the signs.
Just how can you tell that he is high, based on his picture? What is it about his face, eyes, or whatever, that signals he is high on something? And what do you think he's high on? [I wish I knew how to bring the photo along with the "quote"]
An article yesterday said he followed the two victims to the Publix.
"Roswell police Chief Rusty Grant said Wednesday that his detectives encountered apps used to send messages as they investigated the killings, but he declined to say which ones are among the evidence or discuss any possible motive for the slayings."
"Smack High co-founder Giuseppe Stuto said in a statement that 17-year-old Natalie Henderson had been a Smack High Georgia representative since September 2015."
It's very interesting to me that, considering how tight lipped LE has been, that they mention a specific ap, Smack High, not Facebook, not texting, not instagram, but a very specific ap that not everyone is necessarily familiar with. According to the Smack High website it's purpose to is to connect teenagers and you can choose whether to post using your true identity or anonymously.
I wonder if Smack High was what linked them together? Didn't media report early on that Jeff Hazelwood had several phones? I was thinking throw away? I can't find now......
It interests me that they seem to have said that they were able to tell from the actual scene of the crime that it was related to a "relationship" between NH and JH. It makes me wonder if there was something in particular done or left at the scene that gave them that angle. I'm close to the area and that information came out fairly early. Some of the rumblings on social media haven't made it into MSM yet so I can't comment on those but there are a number of things that seem odd all the way around from the outside looking in.
One theory I've wondered about is the timing. We know he followed them around to the back of Publix. The assumption seems to be that the two snuck out and met in the back of Publix. Perhaps it's a different scenario. They may have snuck out earlier that night, parked behind Lublix because the Steak n Shake lot was full and then were attacked when they returned to their vehicles from the restaurant. Perhaps they were followed from that location to their cars. That would open up possibilities. But that wouldn't incorporate the idea of "luring" them there.
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Yes, I'm in the area also, and the local people who have kids at those high schools are saying that JH lured them to Publix through an ap.
You're fine you're fine.What are you talking about? I was referring to medical care.
First I've heard about him wearing a mask.
"Hollon wasn't able to provide the video to 11Alive, but she described to us what it shows.
He stopped to get gas, she said. He was still wearing his mask.
Still wearing a mask, she explains, just minutes after he allegedly shot and killed two teenagers."
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