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Crime EXCLUSIVE: Survivor of Brooklyn bloodbath escaped earlier murder try over his gambling, according to his aunt

12:40  13 october  2019
12:40  13 october  2019 Source:   nydailynews.com

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  EXCLUSIVE: Survivor of Brooklyn bloodbath escaped earlier murder try over his gambling, according to his aunt © JaysonPhotography/iStockphoto/Getty Images

Twenty-five years after surviving a near-fatal baseball bat beating over his gambling, the 38-year-old Brooklyn man escaped a deadly shooting in an illegal card game early Saturday with just a gunshot wound to his hand — exiting Brookdale Medical Center just five hours later.

“My brother said he told him not to even go to those gambling spots,” said his aunt Sharon Cook, 63. “He just won’t listen.”

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Henri escaped with minor injuries, while his parents and brother were killed in axe attack at their South Africa home in January. According to a statement from a family spokesperson Ben Rootman, Marli has been discharged from her rehabilitation centre, but her recovery still continues.

According to his aunt, Kearse was nearly killed back in 1994 in a Bushwick dispute with another man over his betting.

“He was gambling, playing these games,” she recounted. “And a guy took a bat and busted his head. Cracked his skull. Broke his arm.”

Cook said her nephew’s luck proved better at Mount Sinai Hospital than at the card table.

“That boy had a 1% chance if living, and Mount Sinai saved him,” the Brooklyn woman said.

Cook received a call from Kearse at 9:42 a.m. Saturday with news that he was wounded in the Crown Heights shooting. He later told another aunt that he was leaving the hospital to go with NYPD investigators for questioning at the 77th Precinct stationhouse.

The news of his brush with mortality wasn’t a total surprise, as Cook said Kearse was recently known to engage in a game of chance held on a local streetcorner.

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Kearse was inside the narrow first-floor betting operation when the gunfire erupted shortly before 7 a.m., with four fellow gamblers left lying dead on the blood-stained floor. Kearse accomplished his escape act despite a high degree of difficulty: The father of two girls was permanently plagued by limited mobility in his left leg and arm after the bat beatdown.

“It’s a mess,” said his aunt. “He’s lucky it was just his hand.”

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