UNLIKE THE TRAYVON MARTIN JUSTIFIABLE KILLING THE PRESS MENTIONS NOTHING ABOUT RACE!
A glassy-eyed colored Brooklyn gunman, desperate for cash, shot five white people and pistol-whipped three other white victims early Saturday in a maniacal spree of bloodshed and botched robberies, sources said. But don't expect thos same assholes who marched for Trayvon Martin to say a word on this... It's 10000% OK for Negroes to attack whites in America!A glassy-eyed Brooklyn gunman shot five people — leaving one brain dead — and pistol-whipped three more early Saturday in a maniacal spree of bloodshed and botched robberies, sources said.
The erratic attacker left a nine-block trail of terror through Flatlands before he was busted near the last stop of his one-man crime spree — the Nigerian nightclub 9ja Villa.
“This guy went on a tear,” a witness from inside the club told the Daily News. “It was terrifying.”
The 19-year-old would-be robber, identified by sources as Michael Magnan, earlier targeted a random nearby house, another neighborhood nightclub and a livery cab caught at a red light, police sources and witnesses said.
A 23-year-old cab passenger, identified by a family friend as Nikita Grebelskiy of Forest Hills, Queens, took a point-blank bullet to the head from the deranged suspect about 2:30 a.m. after the gunman fought with the driver.
Grebelskiy was left brain dead, his mother said.
The livery cabbie, who punched the attacker in the face, was distraught hours later that he didn’t do more.
“I should have took that gun from him,” said a dejected Eric Martine, 33, of Gateway Car service. “I should have thought faster.”
Less than an hour earlier, the gunman had appeared from the darkness and opened fire on 10 people gathered on an E. 54th St. front porch. Standing across the street, the suspect fired one shot before pausing — and then blasted away without uttering a single word.
“I heard, ‘Pow! Pow! Pow!’ and I wondered if he’s going to murder everybody,” said Patrick Myrie, 41, who had just gone inside the house.
“I tried to hide, and then I was scared,” he said. “I heard everyone running.”
Magnan, dressed in a white Tyvek jumpsuit, appeared dazed and confused as he was taken out of the 63rd Precinct in handcuffs and ankle shackles.
“I didn’t shoot nobody,” he said before climbing inside a waiting ambulance.
Magnan lives in the neighborhood and has seven arrests on his record dating to 2010, including charges for attempted murder and possession of a firearm.
His clothes and shoes were taken by cops and placed into an evidence bag. A spent .380-caliber shell casing was found inside a shoe, police sources said. Cops also said they recovered a handgun that matched the shell — its magazine empty — near the arrest scene.
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