Atlanta gangsters guilty of shooting mime 59 times in ambush killing

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Four Atlanta-area gang members were found guilty of murdering a man dressed as a mime after mistaking him for a rival gang member.

Durrell Marco Muse, 29, Tequila Danae Forehand, 31, Darious Harris, 23, and Jujuane Harris, 19, were found guilty of several charges, including murder, and will be sentenced next week. 

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His vehicle was then met with a hail of bullets – more than 59 shots were fired. Witnesses said they heard one of the shooters yell, "There they go," as the victim drove into the parking lot.
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According to WSB-TV 2, Clements had just started a mime dance ministry with his brother and performed in local churches before he was killed.
Surveillance footage shows four people armed with an AK-47 and several handguns gathering at the gas station before the victim arrived in his vehicle.

Nearly 3 years after a mime dancer was mistakenly gunned down in a gas station parking lot, 4 gang members have been found guilty of murder pic.twitter.com/VOOa7TLWPO

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Authorities said the fatal shot was from an AK-47 into the neck.

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Antonio Clements was shot dead September 23, 2014 at an Atlanta gas station https://t.co/vpWqfC4npK
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In September 2014, Antonio Clements was ambushed at a Chevron gas station, reports Atlanta news channel WSB-TV 2.

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