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Gun violence has been ugly for a long time and it’s hard to imagine that it can get even uglier, but then this happened.

A 16-year old boy, who is said to be a gang member in New Jersey, has been accused of shooting a Pennsylvania cab driver dead because he would not follow instructions on Friday. It gets worse still, as Aazis Richardson showed no remorse for the victim, Vincent Darbenzio, while being led to his arraignment yesterday.

WNEP reports:

Police said Richardson was riding in Darbenzio’s cab when Richardson shot him because he felt the driver was trying to overcharge him.

“What did you say to him when you guys were in the cab together?” Richardson was asked.

“I didn’t say [expletive] to him, I just told him take this way, he didn’t want to listen, he got his [expletive] shot.”

He also tried to justify his actions:

“I feel my homies die, everybody got to die,” said Richardson.

The site continues:

Richardson said Darbenzio was ripping him off by trying to run up the meter, so he shot him twice then stole $500 from him.

“You shot him twice, why twice?” he was asked.

“Cause that’s what I do to people who don’t listen,” he said.

Richardson is being charged with murder in the first, second, and third degrees and is suspected to be involved in another New Jersey murder case. For more information and footage click here.


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