Will Smith Shooting


“Revenge is a dish best served cold.”  That quote is from the Star Trek movie, ‘The Wrath Of Khan.’

It took me along time to figure out what that meant.  But for Cardell Hayes, it means the difference between 1st degree murder and 2nd degree murder.

I’m sure the New Orleans Police charged Cardel Hayes with 2nd degree murder because of their outdated methodology (and they’re not the only Police Force who haven’t updated their thinking.).  Afterall, why would Mr. Hayes wait so long to take revenge and why would he take revenge on Cardell Hayes?

Envy and opportunity presented itself.

And I think the press is trying to take a neutral attitude in Will Smith’s death, but take it from someone who has been stalked a long time, Will Smith’s death was an act of revenge.

I was taken aback by the Press’ reporting that Will Smith and  Cardell Hayes were strangers.  Cardell Hayes might have been a stranger to Will Smith, but I’m sure Will Smith was not a stranger to Cardell Hayes.

Will Smith had played with the New Orleans Saints football team from 2004 to 2014.  I’m sure Cardell Hayes knew exactly who Will Smith was.

And minutes before his death, Mr. Smith had tweeted out that he was having a good time in New Orleans.  And he was having a good time with the man who had shot and killed Cardell Hayes’ father.

That stop that Mr. Hayes made in the middle of the street was a dead give away that he was planning on doing something to Mr. Smith.  And when Mr. Smith sped away, (as he was taught to do in such an event — drive to the nearest Police Station) that only aggravated Cardell Hayes the more.

Six shots in the upper torso — the first two in the back — speaks volumes.  And when the wife jumps out of the car and runs over to her husband who had just been shot, you shoot her twice in the leg.

Looks like revenge to me.

Rebloged from https://mystalkingblog.wordpress.com

Eliza D. Ankum
Author of
STALKED! By Voices
Flight 404
Ruby Sanders
Jared Anderson
OneThreeThirteen – Master Of The Day Of Judgment
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