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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

A City In Mourning Pt.2

To J.Frugoli i hope your family see's these as they walk around so they are reminded of the pain you have put people through.You might not want to say anything but we'll show the world the damage you have done.

The only way people will listen is by speaking out and thats exactly what we're doing.


J. Frugoli

Scum

Afroe We Miss You

J. Frugoli

Afroe Speak

J. Frugoli

J. Frugoli

Evol Afroe R.I.P.

J. Frugoli

4 comments:

  1. I'm a very close friend to Fausto and his family. I just want to thank you all for continuing to throw his name up on walls in remembrance of him, he will never be forgotten. I hate dat PIG for what he has done.
    I still can't believe my boy is gone just like that, this is going to be a rought transition for us all and getting through this difficult time is not going to be easy.
    R.I.P AFROE42 I LOVE YOU BRO!

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  2. What a way to remember someone, going out and defacing property! Hmmmmm shows that you don't have any class!

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  3. although I know this is a horrible tragedy...they are called accidents for a reason. By going out and pasting photos all over your city and spray painting that makes me think you do not have any pride in the city and it's beauty.Remember them in your hearts and minds...do not deface the public in a way to show your pain, it's not appreciated from the tax payers who pay to have your "mourning art" removed.
    The tables could have been turned and your buddies could have been the ones who hit someone since thay also were out drinking.

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  4. Rveryone is entitled to their own opinion and you guys are entitled to speak freely.


    To Anonymous:
    I'm sure that the high class people making millions in profits off of the blood, sweat, and tears of the American working class people is alright.

    Heres is the blog of one of my favorite writers and great lawyers of America

    http://gerryspence.wordpress.com/2009/04/05/the-arrogant-embezzlers-of-wall-street/

    Expand your mind my friend and dare to live outside of the harness.



    To Mary:
    Unlike many of the artist throughout the city that is how i remember these two young men in my mind and in my heart, but i have to remind you even those who paint these murals are taxpayers every time they get their check at work, every time they buy something at a store they are paying taxes.


    Assume they were drinking and they were caught I doubt their DUI case would have been thrown out the way officer frugoli's case had been tossed out in the past, they would have been in jail and they would have got their driving privileges taken away for endangering the lives of others and if they would have taken the life of officer frugoli I could assure you they would be sitting in a jail cell on 26 and cal without the possibility of bond for DUI and vehicular manslaughter.

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