Again I'm calling on this story. Maybe she was a hooker and he picked her up. But the real reason this story stinks is that there is no description of the car jacker. Surely he got a good look at her. If this wasn't a sheboon then is certainly is a crack ho. Who else would get in the car with a stranger?
1 last question, when has anything positive taken place on any street in American named MLK Blvd, other than a few goodifications?
http://www.wtvm.com/story/20293107/c...tranger-a-rideHe says he offered someone a ride, and the next thing he knew a gun was in his face. He told News Leader 9 he never thought he'd be at war in his own hometown.
Imagine these are the last words you hear, "you have your life." That's what Vietnam veteran and Columbus native 67-year-old Thomas Williams said he heard right before his car was stolen.
"[She] said, can you give me a ride? [I said yes.] So, we're in the car and the next thing I see is a nickel plated, short barrel gun, with dum-dum bullets and she cocked the trigger," said Williams.
Williams is the second person to be carjacked in a week in Columbus. It happened Thursday shortly after 3 p.m. at the intersection of Lawyers Lane and Martin Luther King Boulevard.