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Police in Philadelphia have released graphic surveillance video of the shooting of a Bulls fan that occurred in a subway after the 76ers-Bulls game on Wednesday.
The initial shooting followed Wednesday night’s game when the Bulls beat the Sixers, 96-89. An argument after the game in the subway train led to a Bulls fan and an innocent bystander being shot by a 76ers fan.
NBC - As the train pulls up to the station at 46th and Market Streets at 10:38
p.m. you see the two teens turn away from the Bulls fan as the Bulls
Two Chicago Bulls fans bragging about the team’s win over the 76ers on Wednesday night were shot in Philadelphia after arguing with two other people while riding on a train.
What the hell is wrong with people? It’s a friggin GAME PEOPLE! It’s sports, it’s entertainment and a distraction, what the **** is wrong with this Philadelphia *******?
From CSN Chicago:
Police say a dispute over a basketball game between the Chicago Bulls and the Philadelphia 76ers game led to a shooting that wounded two men on board an elevated train in Philadelphia.
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