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Two Women's Shooting Deaths Were Recorded on Livestream During a Feud at Their Alleged Cousin's Home

Tiateiyuna Day and Karissa Job/Google Images

The shooting deaths of two Mississippi women were captured on a Facebook livestream last month when Karissa Job, 33, and Tiateiyuna Day, 24, went to the residence of an unidentified woman to confront her outside her home near Durant, Mississippi.

According to ABC/WAPT, no charges have been filed yet; authorities are reviewing the footage to determine if criminal charges will be pursued. The video shows the two victims taunting and verbally bullying the woman. It's rumored on social media that all three women are relatives. One of the women is heard telling the shooter that she's living on their grandmother's property. The primary aggressor also repeatedly encourages the woman to come off the steps to fight as she sits on the homeowner's truck.

The Sheriff of Holmes County, Willie March, said their deaths are the sixth death this month. He stated to WLBT, "Everyone down here is arming themselves, no one is taking the time to talk through their problems, or even taking their time to call law enforcement." To follow this story and other news, click the link to become a Volume 82 site member.

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May 11, 2023

I watched this one on Carlus King. That's too bad.

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