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R.I.P Harvey

R.I.P Harvey My Friend Harvey Lewis Was Killed On 4.19.09 By Two Men Who Are Heartless It Hurts Deep Inside To Know That The Place That We All Hang Out At And Live At Is No Longer Safe I Knew Harvey Since The Fourth Grade And Now My Friend Is Gone But I Know Our Eyes Will Meet Again So I Wont Worry My Soldier Diddn't Die He Is Just Resting In Peace He Has Gone To Heaven Into A Better Place I Now Regret Saying Goodbye Cause I Should Have Said See Yu Later Goodbye Means Forever && He Isn't Gone Forever..See Yu Later Harvey We Will Meet Again
I Can't Wait Until Our Eyes Meet Again I You Harvey -Keiona R._!

His Ending Life Story:This Is What Happend To Him
South Philadelphia community said goodbye to two teens shot and killed in Grays Ferry last week. Funeral services were held for 15-year-old Harvey Lewis and 18-year-old Dominique Smith at Yesha Ministries Worship Center Monday morning. The promising youths were targeted by two teenage suspects near 29th and Morris Streets at about 10 p.m. on April 19. On Saturday, police arrested Derek Barnes, 19, and Anthony Satchell, 16, in connection with the tragic crime. Police believe Satchell fired the fatal shots, while Barnes acted as an accomplice to the crimes. Lewis and Smith were both shot execution-style in the head with a 9 mm handgun. Police revealed that the two teens were not the intended targets of the shooters, however they were slain regardless. "It was just two evil individuals that chose to take two really nice kids lives," said homicide Captain James Clark. "As they (the suspects) run up on them, they find out they are not the individuals they are having a problem with and even with that information, shoot both of them in the head." Witnesses reported spotting several suspects fleeing from the scene after the shooting, but could not provide a clear description at the time. Police credit the Grey's Ferry community with assisting police in their investigation and helping to identify those responsible. Family members say the victims were good friends who had future hopes of joining law enforcement. Lewis was involved in the Philadelphia Police Explorer Cadet Program, which offers weekend training to youths ages 14 to 20. Captain Clark said Lewis' handcuffs assigned to him in the Explorers Program were used in the arrest of Satchell. A gun found in Barnes' home is being analyzed for ballistics information.
He Will Be Missed By So Many . Family , Friends , Smith Friends , His Team Offical Crew , Girlfriend && Ex. Girlfriends, Those Of Who He Grew Up With && Who He Lived Around , && Me Keiona Richardson Etc.♥!