Police: Flint homeless man was stomped to death because alleged attacker felt “disrespected” | MLive.com
They probably beat him to death with skittles. Obama will certainly make a speech about this any time now.
h/t to Brian
It’s only a hate crime when whites do something, or white Hispanics defend their lives. Blacks are allowed to kill anyone of any color, and it will never be considered a hate crime.
Doesn’t the new racism give you warm fuzzies? It’s not like the old racism that was so distasteful.
Harpo really stepped in it, with both feet…
“Oprah Winfrey says there is a clear “parallel” between the murders of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955.
“In my mind, same thing,” she said.”
Oprah Winfrey says there is a clear “parallel” between the murders of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin and 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955.
“In my mind, same thing,” she said.
Apparently she wants to help Skeeter start a race war.
Odd, I don’t normally stutter.
Dorsette looks like he could be Obama’s son.
Just an innocent boy, no different than my son or yours.
But, but Dorsette was just an unarmed child who was standing his ground. The man was no doubt a racist in his heart, who kept on sleeping while Dorsette walked by. Who wouldn’t kill a man for that?
Agreed. The sleeping man was a clear and present danger, a tripping hazard. That child could have dinged his head against the dumpster after tripping.
Clear case of stand your ground, or stomp your neighbors ground…
On Friday, October 19, 2012, 12 year old Autumn Pasquale of Clayton, NJ was allegedly strangled to death by brothers Justin and Donte Robinson for her bicycle. These two icons of the South Jersey community–likely Occidental College and Harvard candidates–then allegedly dumped her lifeless body in a neighbor’s trash bin before attending a peaceful vigil in her honor.
Justin Robinson today confessed, and was sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Of course, Barack Obama, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton have been conspicuously absent, and their silence is deafening. Equally silent is former Gloucester County, NJ NAACP president Milton Hinton, who writes opinions for NJ.com, New Jersey’s Ministry of Truth.
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