Here's a story from Kansas City:
‘Kill all white people’: Suspect in killings of five white men made threat in 2014
By Glenn E. Rice, Ian Cummings, Joe Robertson and Toriano Porter
The Kansas City Star
August 30, 2017 6:30 PM
The 22-year-old man suspected of shooting five middle-aged white men since last year — including four on south Kansas City walking trails — threatened in 2014 to shoot up a school and “kill all white people,” according to court records.
Fredrick Demond Scott, who was charged Tuesday in two killings and named as a suspect in three more, made those statements in January 2014 at Center Alternative School, as documented in a municipal citation for harassment.
Scott, who is black, has been charged with murder in the deaths of Steven Gibbons, 57, and John Palmer, 54. On Tuesday, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced those charges, also naming Scott as a suspect in the killings of David Lenox, 67; Timothy S. Rice, 57, of Excelsior Springs; and Mike Darby, 61, co-owner of Coach’s Bar & Grill at 103rd Street and Wornall Road.
All five were white men between ages 54 and 67. All five were fatally shot, most from behind, in surprise attacks as they walked dogs, visited parks and, in one case, walked down a city street.
Scott’s mother said in an interview with The Star that he refused to get treatment for his paranoid schizophrenia but did not show any hatred toward white people. Scott was cited in Kansas City municipal court in 2013 for assault on his mother, accused of shoving her several times. She called police, hoping tough love would help him, she said.
“As far as I know Fredrick never had a problem with white people,” his mother said. “He would do odd jobs for people and some of those people were white men.”
Police said they did not know if the shootings were racially motivated. [More]
Now there are several things about this story. First of all, congratulations to the Kansas City Star for reporting the racial aspect of the case. The opposite of congratulations to the police officers, whoever they are, who said they "did not know" if the shootings were acts of anti-white racism.
There are several points here. The first is that Fredrick Scott is allegedly some kind of maniac.
There are two social problems involving maniacs, the first being the Sixties "civil rights for maniacs" legislation (and court decisions) that mean you can't lock people up just because they're dangerously insane.
The second is the whole concept of "not guilty by reason of insanity" which means that maniacs who actually kill people can't be executed, or even sent to real prisons. See Ann Coulter's Register Maniacs, Not Guns: Mental Health Laws Let Loonies Wander Free and Mentally Ill Mass Shooters Are Crazier Than Liberals.
The third problem with maniacs is that they sometimes kill people.
Fredrick Scott is a black maniac, which means that his hateful mania is directed against white people, egged on by the media, President Obama, and black society. That's why when we get what we call a "Disgruntled Minority Massacre", you sometimes see the victims being investigated posthumously to see if they really were racist, as the killer said. [No proof of racism at site of 2010 shooting rampage: police, by Zach Howard, Reuters, May 12, 2011]
However, Scott isn't a black spree killer, doing mass shootings, he's (allegedly, for legal reasons) a black serial killer, and there's myth that blacks don't engage in serial killing. That's not true at all.