A 'loving' gunman?
I am a bit confused as to whether it is acceptable to be a "loving gunman."
I find it hard to believe that the sister of Nigel "Black Boy" Caesar can make a statement saying that "He was no saint; he was a gunman, but he didn't deserve to dead like that. He had no gun on him. I know my brother have gun.... He was a nice, loving person who would give his last to anybody".
Then another relative says, "I know my cousin was in war. I didn't mind if gunman did kill him. I would nah get on so.... That ain't staying so."
I really do not get it. This man was a criminal. He may well have murdered one or more persons, judging from what those relatives of his were saying. That young man might well have been a murderer. The Bible says that you live by the sword, you die by the sword. So it does not matter whether a gunman or policeman killed him.
These relatives should not use these comments as they now feel how much pain it is to have a loved one killed. What goes around, comes around.