Members of the same family arrested after a fatal Walmart brawl in Arizona had worked as Christian street performers prior to being arrested.
According to police, six members of the Gaver family, performing under the name Matthew 24 Now, were arrested March 21 when a fight in a Cottonwood, Ariz., Walmart spilled out into the parking lot.
Nine members of the Gaver family, including Ruth Gaver, 52, Peter Gaver, 55; and his sons, Jeremiah, 29, and Nathaniel, 27, were involved in the fight.
One member of the family, identified as Enoch Gaver, was shot and killed, and another was shot in the abdomen by responding police officers. Sergeant Jeremy Daniels was shot in the leg, but is expected to make a full recovery.
A female employee had reported being attacked inside the store, and when officers arrived outside, they were immediately attacked by the group, according to a press release issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
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look like fools. It was a great and to the point letter but have seen nothing either on the news or DU. Just wondering..
so childish and immature, I'm embarrassed for those doing it. Look, I will never, ever be as excited and enthused about a candidate as I was (both times) for Barack Obama. That's just a fact and the truth. Hillary has said and done a lot of things that make me scratch my head and go WTH??? At times, Barack Obama has made me feel the same way. One of the positive things I've noticed about Hillary is that she has a tough skin. Dear Lord, she is going to need it and I also think she was a wonderful SOS. I'm still in the middle of my re-think but if/when she is the Democratic nominee, she would of course, get my vote...It's either her or Bib...errr...their guy and she would definitely be superior to any in the clown car...
Speeches were few and brief, with especially poignant remarks from Shatner, who said, Im remembering my friend of 50 years, Leonard Nimoy, who cherished everything the Red Cross stands for. In his honor, let us all perform an act of kindness for somebody. Were guessing the haters on social media missed that part. Trolls. -
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