Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Criminal Profiler Pat Brown Says What We All Are Thinking!



This is an excerpt of the excellent post from Author and Criminal Profiler Pat Brown. To read the rest of the story go to womenandcrimeink.blogspot.com



Until the horrific news of the murders on the South Side of Chicago hit the airwaves, Jennifer Hudson's life was many a girl's dream. Ms. Hudson, American Idol contestant and Dreamgirls star, had made it; well, more than made it. She had risen from the streets of Chicago and made the type of choices that eventually brought her fame and fortune.



However, Ms. Hudson couldn't choose which family to be born into, and even though she loves her mother and siblings, she can't force them to make smart choices for themselves. Sadly, each one of her family members appears to have played with fire and ended up getting burnt by it. Mom Darnell Donerson and brother Jason Hudson ended up being shot in their home. Sister Julia lost her son Julian King (pictured right), found dead the back of his uncle's stolen and abandoned SUV; someone had no problem pumping a number of bullets into a seven-year-old boy. All totalled, this horrific crime left in its wake three homicide victims and two grieving sisters. In my opinion, however, the only truly innocent victims were the little boy himself and Jennifer Hudson. The rest aided and abetted the alleged killer. Go to Women and Crime to Read More.

3 comments:

Pelco said...

I am so sick, and upset at this tragedy. People believe that celebrities live in a magic, separate world... but we can see they do not. I am so sorry for Jennifer and her family. What a waste of lives. For what? My thoughts and prayers are with you Jennifer and I hope the a$$hole committed these heinous acts never see's sunlight again.

Anonymous said...

Just another day in Englewood. Is this tragedy any worse than those that occurred last week and those that will occur next week? Wake up residents. You're the people that are being devastated?

Antessa said...

I am praying for Jennifer. Her life will never be the same. We must not judge she or her family. We muist pray for all of them.

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