This is another of my “workarounds” because of censorship on Facebook and elsewhere.
Do their lives matter? Victims, that is, of black-on-white lethal violence. That’s the question Paul Kersey would have you ask.
Note the links in the article to numerous other cases mainstream media has either reported locally or not at all. I hope that, somewhere, he references the Wichita Horror, or as it is also called, the Wichita Massacre.
Such phenomena are not a new development. They reflect double-standards that have been in place for over two decades, and possibly longer. Back around the turn of the millennium, I researched and reported on one such case myself, that of a 60-something man with a heart condition beaten to a pulp on his own property because his car had a Sons-of-Confederate-Veterans bumpersticker (article taken down long ago; one of these days I will have to restore it and a follow-up story done a year later).
When the local newspaper informed me they had “spiked” their version of the story, I went ahead with mine. (Needless to say, doing so nearly cost me my job at the time.)
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