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Roddy White's brother shot to death in Charleston (James Island)

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xtheronx    224

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The brother of Atlanta Falcons wide-receiver Roddy White was shot to death outside a James Island nightclub early Saturday.

Tyrone Moore Jr., 21, of Charleston died of a gunshot wound, Charleston County Deputy Coroner Kimberly Rhoton said.

Moore, White's half-brother, had lived with the Falcons player in Atlanta for several years and was attending high school there in 2008, according to published reports.

Moore and White were raised by their mother, Joenethia White, in a house not far from James Island High School where Roddy made a name for himself playing football."

http://m.postandcourier.com/article/20140517/PC16/140519356&template=mobile_story

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toldozer    2,375

Terrible, some things are more important than football. My ex lives in that area. Thoughts and prayers with Roddy and his family

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TANTRIC-NINJA    2,653

SC recently passed the law that allows people to bring guns to resturants, bars and clubs. It sucks to see anyone die with whats always a stupid reason if it involves clubs and booze.

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Simon Says    65

SC recently passed the law that allows people to bring guns to resturants, bars and clubs. It sucks to see anyone die with whats always a stupid reason if it involves clubs and booze.

Because idiots weren't shooting each other outside nightclubs before? Lol

It's still a felony to carry a firearm if you're consuming any alcohol. They changed the law in NC/SC to allow you to carry in restaurants that serve alcohol but I don't think you can carry in a nightclub.

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