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Wed Sep 3, 2014, 10:37 AM Sep 2014

Is this responsible or too extreme? [View all]


WHEN SEAN Williams noticed three school-age boys playing with what looked an awful lot like large-caliber semiautomatic handguns Saturday in Point Breeze, he pulled out his cellphone and started filming.

"Where did you get that jawn from?" Williams asked the youngsters.

The boys turned and pointed at Point Save Super Market, a corner store on Point Breeze Avenue at Latona Street. "What are you going to do?" one of them asked nervously.

Williams responded: "You're cool, young'un. It ain't about you."


"If you take the orange top off or you put tape around it to make it look real, you're cool," Moore pointed out. "They idolize things like that."

When I stopped by the market yesterday, the store's owner, who identified himself only as Alejandro, told me he was no longer selling the guns.

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