Friday, July 26, 2013

O'buma clueless. People lock doors in black neighborhoods because that's where criminals are ! Oakland woman killed in her car while driving through her neighborhood ! Where's the outrage ? ...

As usual, the great prevaricator in the White House is clueless about WHY people lock their doors when thye drive through predominently BLACK neighborhoods.

Sometimes even that doesn't help as in the case of Judy Salamon shown below.

She was driving home with one of the dogs she took care of in her dog walking business when someone or someones decided to end her life.

She would report to authorities abused animals in her neighborhood, yet an idiotic Oakland PD spokesman said she was :

" In the wrong place at the wrong time. "

Just what is the RIGHT place, officer to be shot and killed in your car while driving through your own neighborhood ?

People in her neighborhood knew her and like her.

But obviously, someone didn't.

Where's the outrage over yet another victim of crime in Oakland, Ca. ?

RIP. Judy.

May your killer or killers be caught soon.

Now the Oakland City Council is calling for action after her death.

The same city government that laid off hundreds of cops and which led to a 25 % increase in crime in Oaktown ?

We hear these calls for " action " seemingly every day after someone gets killed in Oaktown, don't we ?

Yet the killing continues unabated.

Pictures from the SF Chronicle.

Updated: 10:16 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, 2013 | Posted: 3:22 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Neighbors shocked at fatal shooting of 66-year-old woman

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OAKLAND, Calif. — 
An elderly woman was shot and killed while driving through East Oakland only blocks from her home Wednesday afternoon has been identified by neighbors as 66-year-old Judy Salamon.
Neighbors in East Oakland’s Maxwell Park neighborhood said Salamon was known as the pet nanny, a professional dog walker who was a recognizable figure in the neighborhood.
"She walks her dogs up and down the street. We usually see her," area resident Sean Johnson told KTVU.
Residents of Maxwell Park can't believe the woman they saw everyday was the target of a gunman who opened fire on her green Subaru as she drove up the 2400 block of Fern Street at around 1:30 p.m.
Salamon's car slid backwards and crashed into a parked vehicle after she was fatally shot.
Officers arriving at the scene were unable to locate any suspects. No arrests had been made in the case.
"At this time we don't know if it's one or several suspects," said Oakland Police spokesperson Johnna Watson.
Police said glass beer bottles found at the scene may be useful as evidence to either identify potential suspects or witnesses. The shooting took place next to a cemetery where illegal dumping is prevalent. Multiple cameras in the area may have caught what happened.
Police said they can't speculate about motive, but neighbors told KTVU they can't imagine Salamon's death was anything but a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
"Well, this is Oakland. You know how our murder rate this year. But it's just scary that it's in such close proximity," said Johnson.
On Salamon's front door, police left a note from police letting folks know that a tan chihuahua as well as other animals have been removed from the now-empty home.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Oakland police at (510) 238-3821. Those who wish to remain anonymous may call (510) 773-2508.

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