Browne, J. Zamgba
November 2004
New York Amsterdam News;11/25/2004, Vol. 95 Issue 48, p1
The article reports that the lives of 13-year-old Dominic George and his sister Christina were tragically cut short at the hands of their father, Everett George, 34, on Thanksgiving Eve. Police said George stormed into the second floor apartment of the unidentified mother of his children in the M.S. Houses at 123 East 129th Street and opened fire. Police sources said Dominic was found dead at the scene. His one-year-old sister was rushed to nearby Harlem Hospital, New York, where she was pronounced dead on arrival. The 34-year-old George left, then returned to the building and bulldozed his way into her apartment.


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