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Thursday, September 08, 2016

‘Jesus car wash’ owner who gave employees second chance is beaten to death

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — A former drug addict who used his business to give employees a second chance was beaten to death after an argument with two men who are now charged with murder, the Fayetteville Observer reported.

Michael Mansfield, 52, died after he was left unconscious in the parking lot of 301 Wingz sports bar early Sunday morning, Fayetteville police said in a news release.

Mansfield’s business, 1st Place Auto Wash and Detailing Shop, is neighbor to 301 Wingz.

Investigators said Hubert Underwood II, 37, and Steven Rosser, 26, got into a fight with Mansfield at about 12:30 a.m. The men knocked Mansfield to the ground, beat him until he was unconscious and drove off, police said.

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4 comments:

Steve said...

There, You, Go. Bring back a death penalty and keep it simple. Bullets are best for this.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, take this filth off the earth!

Anonymous said...

10:19 - Agree 100%. I don't care who and how young. Any violent murder not in self defense should result in a death penalty - Do not want to hear about addiction, poor parenting or any of the other garbage. I would also add vehicle homicides by drunk drivers should include the death penalty. Tired of this BS. If people cannot take responsibility then we the people should do it for them.

Not Quite Understanding said...

Both of these "men" will be out on the streets again, they were probably just "defending themselves". A 50 cent bullet does make things much easier for society in general in the long run. I say ask for volunteers for an execution squad.

Just my two cents.