At approximately 3:27 on the morning of January 8, 1995, multiple gun shots were fired into the Brothers Free Motorcycle Club at 2222 NE Alberta Street. Police responded and found six individuals who had been shot while inside the Brothers Free Motorcycle Club. One of these victims, Kenneth Duval Clinton, a 39-year-old African-American male, was transported to a nearby hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. Mr. Clinton died 10 days later due to complications from the gunshot wounds.
Witnesses report that a fight ensued at the Brothers Free Motorcycle Club the night before when two African-American men in the early 20s were denied entry.
Police believe that none of the individuals who had been shot were individually targeted.
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