Mass shooting in Myrtle Beach streamed live on Facebook

Seven victims were shot, and six hospitalized, in Myrtle Beach during a mass shooting that was broadcast live on Facebook.

It took place on Ocean Boulevard around 12:15 AM Sunday morning and was streamed on Facebook Live.

The video shows a large group of young black men and women engaged in a mob fight. One of the combatants pulls out a handgun and opens fire into a crowd of people. A total of seven people were taken to the hospital.

The gunman was also shot and wounded by an armed security guard. The security guard was grazed by a bullet on his leg. He was treated at the scene and did not require hospitalization.

The gunman is in custody but has not been named.

A police car was also hit by a bullet. There were at least two other shootings in Myrtle Beach over the weekend, one of which also occurred on Ocean Boulevard.

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Recently Jesse Jackson asked Facebook to temporarily suspend its video service because of videos of black crime.

2 Comments on “Mass shooting in Myrtle Beach streamed live on Facebook”

  1. Has there ever been a group of people that have had an entitlement mentality like blacks? Why do they believe that they are entitled to behave like animals and they are entitled to other people’s property? Then they wonder why there are lots of people around the world that want nothing to do with them. They should put that question on a test before graduating from HS. What other group on earth behaves that way in public? It should be no surprise to anyone why blacks have never built a successful culture and they depend on whites.

  2. Best piece of journalism I have seen in recent memory.

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