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Harvard Park: Kadeemi Rashad Forman, 19

September 17, 2009 |  5:18 pm

The location of Kadeemi Forman's shooting. Click for demographic information about this area. Kadeemi Rashad Forman, a 19-year-old black man, died Thursday, Sept. 10, after being shot several times in the 1700 block of West 69th Street in Harvard Park, authorities said.

According to a Los Angeles Police Department news release, Forman was shot about 9:05 p.m. as he was walking with a group of friends. Three black men drove by the group, and one  fired several shots from the car, hitting Forman, according to the release.

Forman died a short time later at the hospital.

Police ask anyone with information about this killing to call LAPD homicide Dets. Guzman or Mendoza at 323-485-1383.

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Map: Location of Kadeemi Rashad Forman's shooting. Click for Harvard Park's Mapping L.A. page to learn more about the demographics of the neighborhood.


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I cant even believe you are gone Kadeem. Smh. Your are really missed and loved out here. You wasn't even the one that banged all you wanted to do was play basketball and be here for your family and make people laugh. Im so glad i was able to meet you. I know you are in a better place and you don't ever have to watch over your back and have to live down here in hell. Its crazy because if you were to send these gang bangers to war they wouldn't last for nothing at all. These black young man need to be stick together and stop killing each other and turning their backs on one another. Its so sad how its cowards on these streets. They are taking all the good ones away from us. And you are these gang bangers to take someone else life. If you didn't bring them here what in the hell thinks you can take them away. You aren't GOD at all. One thing these so called gang bangers have to remember at the end of the day you have to answer to GOD not your hood so next time you want to pull a gun on somebody remember and take their life remember.Thou shall not kill.
May Your Soul Rest In Peace Kadeem



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