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Posted by: Sal LaBarbera | November 26, 2007 at 06:37 PM
... The life of an African American Man in LA has proven to be a fight till the death. I am struggling now as I sit here looking at your picture. All the years we spent growing up together, supporting each other and just loving one another. I Love you!! You were my cousin by birth but my brother at heart.
Posted by: Khaleelah Muhammad | November 28, 2007 at 04:50 PM
The Sunset on your Grandmother Luella Johnson April 13, 1993
The Sunset on your Aunt Loreen Dowd July 20, 2003
Now The Sunset on Timothy Johnson November 25, 2007
When you arrive in Heaven your family will be waiting to hug and keep you warm your life is not over it is just beginning.
Love You : Uncle Gene
Posted by: Gene Wilkins | November 28, 2007 at 09:45 PM
To all the people speaking glowing words about this man ... im sure some of you know and for those that dont, this man was a killer and it was known by LAPD that he has blood on his hands. Trust me he got what he deserved and what i prayed for. He now has to meet GOD face to face and face the people that HE has killed
Posted by: Satisfyied Person | November 29, 2007 at 11:03 AM
Street justice has been served". I never personally met or seen timothy johnson, a.k.a. "sinister" but my complete understanding of this guy is that he had blood on his hands. He lived by the gun and he died by the gun. It has been confirmed by the lead detective that "sinister" killed a dear friend of mine about 3 yrs. ago, and the police identified "sinister" as the killer. they never charged him for the murder because all of the witnesses were reluctant to come forward ... prayers to "sinister's" wife and kids, but to "sinister", you lived as a coward and you died as a coward. you killed innocent people in broad day light, is it not ironic that you we're gunned down by the shadows of darkness? only god can judge us so i wont ....
Posted by: STREET JUSTICE | November 29, 2007 at 11:46 AM
STREET JUSTICE It's very disrespectful to talk about someone that you have no knowlege of. You address the matter of your "homeboy" getting killed and that's all good but you wouldn't want someone to talk down on your "homeboy", so why turn around and bash Tim ....
Posted by: Shadarrah Madden| November 29, 2007 at 05:12 PM
Sin: You enriched my life, and I will always remember you as a LOYAL and TRUSTWORTHY FRIEND. Street Justice was not dealt out in this situation! Sin was by no means a coward, the cowards are the young homies that killed him in cold BL89D, and his coward homies that gave the order for it to go down. Sin was trying to live a peaceful life. He spent time with his children, took them to school and picked them up from school. He was about to remarry and was consistently seeking employment ....