According to the following CBS report 16-year-old Taylor Fitting was riding in the backseat of a friends vehicle. They were travelling, near home, while in a city with a comprehensive handgun ban. At 10:30pm, as their car slowed to drive over a speed bump, a group of Teens shot into the car hitting Ms. Fitting in the face and killing her.
CBS reports “she was in the wrong place at the wrong time“….
Perhaps I am reading too much into the official explanation, but: Given the potential for DEATH by bullet - Can someone, perhaps even someone in law enforcement, please publish a comprehensive list of the “right time” and “right places” we may be permitted to travel so that random attacks by groups of black males with guns, who shoot for no apparent reason, can be avoided?
Obviously there are geographies within the United States now considered “out-of-bounds” for freedom of movement. The U.S. State Department currently publishes a report of similar warning methodology outside the United States in their Travel Advisories. Perhaps now a listing of these “restricted travel areas” within the United States would be appropriate – no?