Deputies seek help in slaying off White Horse Road

Jun 20, 2008 Full story: GreenvilleOnline.com 8

Greenville County sheriff's investigators asked for the public's help Tuesday in the search for who killed a Greenville man off White Horse Road early June 3. Qusar Ahmed Carpenter, 29, was fatally shot as he ...

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eugene robinson

Wytheville, VA

#1 Aug 25, 2008
tragic how young black men are being slaughtered in this country and all over the world.i will cry myself to sleep tonight because i just started looking for this young man and found out he had been murdered.my heart goes out to all who loved and cherished the time they spent with him and i am sorry i will never know my son as a man.
peace ijustice allah
tragedy

Piedmont, SC

#2 Aug 26, 2008
Yes it is tragic. I wonder where this started from? Maybe if young black men had father's to stick around and make them productive citizns of society, maybe this would not have happened? This tragedy is a perfect example of irresponsibility from the beginning. I hope allah? will give peace to this ongoing situation until someone really figures out who is at fault in society.
Tiara

Greenville, SC

#3 Oct 14, 2009
@ tragedy 1st of all I am Qusar's sister and you have no idea what the hell you are talking about. We had a father and a mother in our home! my brother was not a thug, although we grew up in a rough area my brother never sold drugs, never even got into a fight in his 29 years on this earth. My brother worked everyday since he was 9 years old he would walk to the local store and take out trash, mop floors, etc. You might want to take a good look in the mirror and see what you could do to make this world a better place and stop critizing society. I hope that you are home with your kids every night. My brother was standing on his own front porch and was shot not because he was having a problem but because someone else was having a problem. I hope no one in your family is ever the victim of a senseless act of violence because if so I will be the 1st to point my fingers at you. ASSHOLE!!!!!
Tiara

Greenville, SC

#4 Oct 14, 2009
tragedy wrote:
Yes it is tragic. I wonder where this started from? Maybe if young black men had father's to stick around and make them productive citizns of society, maybe this would not have happened? This tragedy is a perfect example of irresponsibility from the beginning. I hope allah? will give peace to this ongoing situation until someone really figures out who is at fault in society.
I hope that someone in your family is the victim of a senseless crime so that you will have to look at comments made by idiots like yourself while you are still grieving their loss.
You are just like the other fucks in South Carolina who have no clue what's going on around you. You are making assumptions about a person that you don't even know. Did you read the newspaper article? He was innocent of simply standing on his front porch. You know nothing about our upbringing and our home life. We had a mother and a father in the home. We went to church 4 days a week growing up with our parents. We were taught morals and respect and that's part of the reason why my brother was such a good person.
Sweep around your own front door before you try to sweep around others. I bet you are probably hitting a line of coke right now you dumb fuck. Lets see how your kids grow up.
Tiara

Greenville, SC

#5 Oct 14, 2009
eugene robinson wrote:
tragic how young black men are being slaughtered in this country and all over the world.i will cry myself to sleep tonight because i just started looking for this young man and found out he had been murdered.my heart goes out to all who loved and cherished the time they spent with him and i am sorry i will never know my son as a man.
peace ijustice allah
Eugene you had plenty of years to find my brother, but you can rest assure there was a man George Rushing who made sure that "your son" had a home and food on the table every night. I am so pissed that you didnt even attempt to call or write a letter.
You should be shot for poking your penis in my mother and not taking responsiblity for the result of that. My brother died not ever knowing how you looked. You are not a man! My brother was nothing like you, he didn't have any children and if he did he would have taking full responsibility for them. He could've taught you a lesson in being a man.
whitechic

Townsend, GA

#6 Oct 14, 2009
Tiara,I am very sorry for the loss of your brother.
Tiara

Greenville, SC

#7 Oct 19, 2009
whitechic wrote:
Tiara,I am very sorry for the loss of your brother.
Thank you for your sympathy
ANTHONY

Hampstead, NC

#8 Mar 27, 2012
I miss you big cuz r.i.p Q SEE YOU SOON

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