A Woman Who Moved To Northern Michigan Because Of Black Crime Remembers Colin Flaherty
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Re: “Rest In Peace, Big Man.” Colin Flaherty And Black Crime—The Biggest Lie Of Our Generation

From: Elaine V [Email her]

I just wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for remembering and sharing your story of Colin. I remember the first time I came across one of his videos, I ended up spending most of the day catching up on every one of them! He spoke the truth even when it was not “politically correct“ to do so. I respected him greatly for doing it!

I grew up in a predominantly white Michigan city that I watched deteriorate more and more as black people moved into this once peaceful and beautiful city and turned it into a slum.

I watched my high school become more unsafe for students and teachers when they closed a nearby high school that was predominantly black and transferred most of their students to my high school. I just thank God that I graduated a year before this happened.

My mother worked in the schools for over 20 years until I finally convinced her to move and join me in  Northern Michigan to get away from the crime and potential danger.

I am greatly saddened by the loss of Colin. He will forever be in my thoughts and prayers.🙏💔😪

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