The seemingly random execution of a NY man was caught on video from a nearby surveillance camera.
Trevonne Winn, 24, was talking on his cell phone outside his uncle's fast food restaurant in Brooklyn, NY when a gunman dressed in black suddenly appeared and fired 2 shots into him. Wynn collapsed, mortally wounded as the gunman fled the scene.
Passersby soon surrounded Winn who struggled to get back on his feet before collapsing again on the sidewalk. Winn was rushed to Kings County Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police say Winn had a number of drug related arrests in South Carolina.
Shakeem Muhammad of Flat Bush, told the NY Daily News that Wynn's execution was probably a case of mistaken identity. "Probably the person thought that he was someone else," said Muhammad. "He probably looked like somebody that... probably had some beef."
"I've seen just about everything that could happen in this community. I renamed this avenue here body-a-week avenue.
"I've been here since 1989. I think I've seen at least 15 murders on this block in that period of time. It's a dangerous block." Source