Wrong color in the wrong place

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  1. righturnclyde

    righturnclyde Member

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    Wrong color in the wrong place

    Wrong color in the wrong place
    No one saw the sign that said, “No White People Allowed After Dark.” Maybe because it was dark. Or maybe it did not exist.

    So when a white family pulled into a Baton Rouge gas station in a black neighborhood 10 p.m. Sunday night after a Mother’s Day celebration, they had no idea they were in danger. But they were.

    Donald Dickerson, a black man, told them so, right before the assault began that would leave the father with a broken face, the mother unconscious, and the daughter badly bruised.





    Another attack ordered by Obama
     
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  2. RickyRicardo

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    I learned of this one on the Opie & Anthony show.

    One of an untold number of occurrences that will never be reported by the likes of Diane Sawyer with her practiced "concerned and sympathetic" expression she reserves for those deemed worthy.

    Nor was it classified as a hate crime. The latest catch phrase for black on white crime is "an act of random violence",
     
  3. righturnclyde

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    yep, like this one---Pair Set 13-Year-Old Boy On Fire---
    Police: Pair Set 13-Year-Old Boy On Fire | KMBC Home - KMBC Home
     

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