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CrimeTeen allegedly pulls gun, fatally shoots another in game of 'No Lackin'

04:05  04 january  2019
04:05  04 january  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

Florida man, 82, shoots and kills his son on Christmas Day in argument turned deadly

Florida man, 82, shoots and kills his son on Christmas Day in argument turned deadly An elderly Florida man shot and killed his son on Christmas Day after their argument turned deadly. It wasn't the first time he had shot his son either. Deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call around 9.30pm Tuesday at 2727 Forbes Road in Plant City after an eyewitness called 911 about a male shot inside the residence. Guy Richard Vickery, 82, allegedly shot his son, Benjamin Vickery, 50, in his upper body during an argument. Benjamin was rushed to South Florida Baptist Hospital, where he later died from his injuries. While its unclear what sparked the Christmas slaying, it was the second time Guy shot his son.

Pull -a- gun -on-your-friends Challenge. The human race is getting dumber and dumber and dumber… The internet fad apparently involves participants drawing guns on one another ; in the context of the ‘ No Lackin ’ Game Leads To Shooting Of Teen , Memphis Police Say.” USA Today.

No Lackin Challenge is a video fad in which people film themselves brandishing firearms and pointing the weapons at unsuspecting victims to provoke them into displaying a firearm in On October 4th, 2017, YouTuber Robert Michael uploaded a compilation of No Lackin Challenge videos (shown below).

Teen allegedly pulls gun, fatally shoots another in game of 'No Lackin'© Getty HOUSTON - NOVEMBER 06: Houston Police Emergency 911 makes its way through downtown Houston in Houston, Texas on November 6, 2017. (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images) A Houston 18-year-old is accused of shooting dead a fellow teen as part of a weapons-drawing prank that's been spreading on social media, authorities said Thursday.

Mohamad Nour Alajil, 18, has been charged with manslaughter in connection to the Dec. 11 slaying of 19-year-old Christian Johnson, officials told NBC affiliate KPRC in Houston.

He's being held on $250,000 bail, according to jail records.

Police believe Johnson's death resulted from the so-called "No Lackin'" challenge, which calls for one person to pull a weapon on another on video to record the reaction, KPRC reported.

No. 2 Michigan pulls away for 74-52 win over Binghamton

No. 2 Michigan pulls away for 74-52 win over Binghamton Iggy Brazdeikis scored 14 of his 21 points in the second half, and No. 2 Michigan eventually pulled away for a 74-52 victory over Binghamton on Sunday. The Wolverines (13-0) led just 46-43 before a 19-4 run put the game away. Jordan Poole scored 18 points, and Zavier Simpson had two points, nine rebounds and a career-high 10 assists. Chancellor Barnard led the Bearcats (4-10) with 14 points. This was the highest-ranked opponent in the history of the Binghamton program. The Bearcats played a zone defense that all but conceded shots for Michigan from around the free throw line.

— A fatal shooting that happened Monday evening was captured on video for YouTube while a Tweet posted Details of the shooting were contained in a complaint filed in Norman County District Court pm I wish he would’ve just done another prank,” the victim’s aunt, Claudia Ruiz, told WDAY-TV.

Teen Shot In Face As Part Of Social Media “ No Lackin ” Challenge. By Kara Goldfarb. Grimes County Sheriff’s Office investigator Kindale Pittman said that the two boys were playing the No Lackin challenge when the car hit a bump and Garcia accidentally shot his friend in the mouth.

The challenge stems from the notion that no one should ever be caught without or "lacking" a gun.

“The two were pointing loaded weapons at each other,” a prosecutor said during a pretrial hearing for Alajil on Thursday.

Alajil was out on bond on a robbery charge when Johnson was killed, prosecutors said.

The suspect originally told police that he and the victim were arguing and that he shot Johnson in self-defense, authorities told KPRC.

But since then, a witnessed stepped forward to say this was a “No Lackin’" challenge that ended in tragedy, the station reported.

Blake Griffin shoots down notion he shunned Clippers owner.
Detroit Pistons star Blake Griffin made a return trip to Los Angeles Saturday afternoon. It’s his first game back in Southern California since being dealt from the Clippers to Detroit last season. Prior to the game, a video emerged that depicted Griffin blowing off Clippers owner Steve Ballmer. In fact, said video seemed to show him both ignoring Ballmer and running away from the owner as fast as possible. In an attempt to clarify the incident after the fact, Griffin also put reporters on blast for suggesting he shunned his former owner.

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