A Reader Tips Us Off To An Anti-White Hate Crime—Which We’ve Covered Before
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From: An Anonymous Tipster [Email him]

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IMPORTANT NOTE: The Main Stream Media and law enforcement agencies are increasingly successful in suppressing the race of perps altogether, as well as details of the back stories. Email me here and/or VDARE.com here if you have tips.

The latest Institute for Justice Newsletter by John Ross, with roundup of court cases, many involving prisoners, has this

After watching videos of white police shooting black men, black teen goes out and stabs “the first white guy he s[aw].” He’s taken to Muscogee County, Ga. jail, where, over a week later, he strangles a white cellmate to death. Eleventh Circuit (with dueling concurrences): A jury might think the jail intake officer should have recognized the danger. Denial of QI affirmed.
Gross, degrading, and deeply concerning., January 5, 2024

(QI = qualified immunity)

James Fulford writes: We are always grateful for this kind of information, but while progress of the lawsuit is news to us, the killing isn’t. This case, in which “JERRY NELSON, as Personal Representative of the Estate of deceased Eddie Lee Nelson, Jr.” and “MICHELE DUSHANE, as surviving spouse of Eddie Lee Nelson, Jr.” are suing the correctional authorities for thoughtlessly locking up a white man with a man in charged with an anti-white hate crime, leading to his death, is part of the continuing legal fallout of the 2020 Racial Reckoning. It’s not really one we were unaware of.

Jayvon Hackett watched Facebook videos of police shootings—probably justifiable—and attempted to get revenge by stabbing a white employee in an AutoZone shop. The employee survived, but as above, the cellmate didn’t.

See, earlier:

By the way, if you’re wondering why the legal document refers to Hackett stabbing “the first white guy he s[aw]” it’s because what he actually said was “the first white guy he seen, and reproducing this kind of diction is considered racist.

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