More violence from the innocent Somali Community?

Valentine's day partying got out of hand on Sunday night when a shooting took place at Red Light Lounge Twilight Ultra Lounge:

Around 8 a.m., officers pulled up in front of the Twilight after hours club located at 105 St. and 100 Ave. A victim was found by police suffering from gunshot wounds. Paramedics were then called to rush the person to hospital with serious injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening.

Around that same time, police discovered a deceased man, believed to be in his 20s, inside a vehicle parked about a block away from the scene. Investigators have not determined a connection between the two shootings but say at least one of the men was inside the club just before violence erupted. Patrons inside Twilight say they weren't aware of the incident until after staff shut the music off. The bar was set to remain open until noon, but was closed shortly after police arrived.

A witness says he heard gunshots while he was in his hotel room at the Comfort Inn across 100th Ave.

"We heard the five or six shots go off...I love photography so I thought I'd go down and see what I could get and sure enough there was somebody laying on the sidewalk and police everywhere," Kevin Cafferky tells CTV.

The area is no stranger to gunfire. Back in Sept. of 2009, a shooting occurred at the Twilight after hours club. Witnesses reported that someone came into the club and fired about several shots inside the club before going outside and firing a few more shots.

Prior to that, in November 2007, Thanh Van Phan was stabbed to death at Twilight and three people were murdered at the club in Oct. 2006 when it was called the Red Light Lounge.

Those who work nearby feel it's time for the Twilight after hours club to close.
So far there's no word on which black Somalis from Ontario as-yet-unidentified shooters are responsible for this, nor the identity of the black Somali from Ontario found dead in the car.

Let's make one thing perfectly clear: there are two main reasons to rename a nightclub in Edmonton:
  1. Changing the name of the front owner for the asian/motorcycle gangs who run the bar in order to reduce insurance costs after high profile violence.
  2. Trying to make the club look new and hot and sexy in order to win back the customers lost when their old competition changed its name for either reason (1) or (2) herein and became the new hot and sexy club.
It shouldn't take too long to guess which reason is responsible for Twilight's recent name change.

As for who is responsible, let's note that along with "red light lounge edmonton", the name "brandon prevey" has been leading a lot of people to this blog in the last 24 hours...