November 25 2016
Black Friday madness: Two people are killed outside a Macy’s and a Walmart while customers fight over everything from TVs to towels as stores open their doors for record $3.1bn holiday splurge Demond Cottman, 21, was shot dead and his 26-year-old brother, Shadi Cottman, was wounded in a shooting outside a Macy’s store in New Jersey early Friday morning.
The shooting occurred at the Hamilton Mall in South Jersey as people lined up outside for shopping deals In Nevada on Thursday, a person was shot dead in a road rage incident in a Walmart parking lot in Reno A man in Tennessee suffered a gunshot wound after shots were fired at a mall in Memphis on Thursday On Friday,
stores opened their doors for what is still one of the busiest days of the year The first Black Friday sales got underway at some stores across the country on Thursday night Department store J.C Penney was one of the first major chains to kick-off the sales offering huge discounts Black Friday online sales are expected to hit $3billion for the first time ever as an increase in mobile shopping may bring in a record-breaking $1billion alone Overall spending estimate on Black Friday was reportedly $27 billion as shoppers were out looking for deals.
At least four people have been shot in the US, two of them killed, as people clashed across the country over bargain items on a record-breaking Black Friday.
Shoppers appear to have largely stayed away from the madness in retail stores this year, instead opting to venture online for the best post-Thanksgiving pre-Christmas deals.
But the opening of stores late on Thursday evening invited chaos and trouble early on, with several shootings in mall parking lots. Footage inside stores such as Walmart and Target also captured tense shopping scenes.
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Black Friday madness in New Jersey sees person shot dead outside Macy’s
Black Friday madness in New Jersey sees person shot dead outside Macy’s while separate incidents in New Jersey, Nevada and Tennessee as Black Friday kicked off. A man was fatally shot and his brother was wounded in a shooting outside of a Macy’s in New Jersey on Friday morning while another was shot dead in an apparent road rage incident in a Walmart parking lot in Nevada on Thursday. A fourth person suffered a gunshot wound on Thursday at a mall in Tennessee as shoppers were taking part in early Black Friday sales.
Amid Black Friday madness, cellphone footage from various stores showed shoppers fighting over items in a bid to score shopping deals. In video apparently recorded inside a Walmart in Bainbridge, Georgia, showed shoppers fighting over towels that were on sale for $1.60 during the Black Friday rush on Thursday. At one point, one woman so eager to get her hands on a towels that she fell into the box. Meanwhile, shoppers at a Walmart in Houston broke into an all-out melee on Black Friday, as customers battled it out for some $99 kiddie convertibles.
As shoppers got an early start on Thursday, it seemed more shoppers were busy online as crowds seemed smaller than last year as a few shootings took place across the country during Black Friday sales. A man was shot dead and his brother was wounded at a Macy’s store in New Jersey during an early morning shooting on Friday. On Thursday, a person was shot dead in a road rage incident in a Walmart parking lot in Reno, Nevada, police said a man suffered a gunshot wound after shots were fired at Wolfchase Galleria Mall in Memphis, Tennessee on Thursday around 11.15pm. Black Friday online sales are expected to hit $3billion for the first time ever as an increase in mobile shopping may bring in a record-breaking $1billion alone
In New Jersey, the shooting that outside a Macy’s department store that left one man dead occurred around 1am on Friday at the Hamilton Mall in Mays Landing as people lined up outside the mall for door-buster deals. A 20-year-old Atlantic City man was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene while his 26-year-old brother, from Clayton, was shot in the leg and listed in stable condition at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center. Officials did not immediately say what sparked the shooting or if they had any suspects. One shopper who was at the scene and has been coming out for Black Friday shopping for the last ten years said the shooting was sad, adding that Black Friday is ‘getting scary now,’ according to CBS Philly.
More than 15 evidence markers were laid down in the parking lot and an SUV with bullet holes was towed away around 7am on Friday. The Macy’s store had opened at 5pm on Thursday before the mall closed at midnight and reopened to shoppers at 6am. Meanwhile in Nevada on Thursday, a person was shot dead in a road rage incident in a Walmart parking lot in Reno, police said. The shooting occurred around 6pm at the Walmart on East Second Street after there was apparently a dispute over a parking spot, according to KOLO. Police and the FBI are investigating the Thanksgiving shooting as authorities search for a dark-colored Toyota Camry or Corolla that was driven by a driver described as a light-skinned black male. In Tennessee, a man suffered a gunshot wound after shots were fired at Wolfchase Galleria Mall in Memphis on Thursday around 11.15pm as shoppers were looking to score Black Friday deals at the mall. The incident occurred in the parking lot outside the food court area after witnesses said a suspect fired several shots and then fled in a Ford Mustang, according to WREG.
Initial reports indicated no one was injured but a man showed up at Baptist Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound. Three suspects are now in custody and officers have since collected shell casings from the scene. Between 2006 and 2014, there have reportedly been seven deaths and 98 injuries during Black Friday shopping. The shootings in New Jersey and Nevada occurred as shoppers eager to bag a bargain began their spending sprees as some stores across the U.S. kicked off their sales on Thursday afternoon. On Friday, most stores opened their doors around 6am for what is still one of the busiest days of the year, even as the start of the holiday season edges ever earlier. Some stores, including #Sears, #BassBroShops, #DicksSportingGoods and #Bealls opened as early as 5am while stores such as #HobbyLobby and some #Nordstrom locations had a later start at 8am. Many stores are offering the same deals as in previous years, like $19.99 boots that remain a big attraction, cashmere sweaters, and sheets. For some shoppers, big #discounts on #electronics are the draw. Stores like #Macy’s, #Walmart, #Target and more were open on Thursday evening in what they hope will be a new holiday tradition and closed for the night before reopening on Friday. Several shoppers were out looking for bargains on TVs.
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The Running of the Sheeple: Giving Amurika a Bad Name!
It’s Joe’s favorite holiday of the year…. THE RUNNING OF THE SHEEPLE a.k.a. “Black Friday”. The day where Amurikans will beat the hell out of each other over a $5 waffle iron! Joe goes over the US Gooberment’s latest snafu… over 100,000 Sailor’s identities have been compromised thanks to the vigilance of the civil servants that err….protect our freedom and rights?!?!? Yeeeeeeeaaaahhh…… and Italy is set to be the next location of a populist uprising.
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Black Friday Insanity: America Goes Insane for Material Possessions
At least six people were shot across the country during Black Friday sales, including a Walmart customer who died in a fight over a parking space.
Four separate shootings — at a New Jersey Macy’s, two Tennessee malls and a Nevada Walmart — killed two people and wounded four more. All the attacks happened outside of the stores as holiday shoppers inside loaded up on door busters and deals.
Demond Cottman, 20, was shot and killed around 1 a.m. in front of a mall in Mays Landing, CBS Philadelphia reported.
His brother, Shadi Cottman, was also injured when the shooting broke out at Hamilton Mall, in the parking lot next to the Macy’s store.
Police haven’t released any information about suspects or detailed a possible motive.
Macy’s Black Friday sales started Friday evening, and the store was open at the time of the shooting. The rest of the mall did not open to shoppers until 6 a.m.
In Reno, a Walmart shopper was shot and killed just minutes after Black Friday door busters began on Thursday night.
Police said the unidentified 33-year-old victim was gunned down at 6:05 p.m. in a driveway leading up to the superstore, KOLO TV reported. The gunman and his victim were fighting over a parking spot, officials said.
The shooter — described as a black man in a dark-colored Toyota, with damage to the side windows and brake lights — fled the scene.
While police described the shooting as a road rage incident unrelated to any Black Friday shopping, Walmart’s door busters began at 6 p.m. Thursday.
A Tennessee man was wounded in a Thursday night shooting in front of Memphis’s Wolfchase Galleria Mall. Witnesses said a suspect fired several shots in the parking lot and then sped off in a red Ford Mustang, WREG reported.
The mall was open at the time of the shooting, with many stores offering Black Friday sales a day early.
Police have not identified the victim, provided any details about a possible suspect or said what led up to the shooting.
Two more Tennesseans were wounded when gunfire erupted outside a mall in Chattanooga Friday afternoon after a fight inside, according to WRCB
Police, who had one suspect in custody Friday night, said neither victim had life-threatening injuries, and that the “disorder” was not shopping-related.
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