Her name is Landry Anglin: a White 13-year-old girl who, while relaxing in her home, was fatally struck by a stray bullet fired during a rolling gun battle between Blacks in Shreveport, LA.
Surveillance cameras in the neighborhood captured the moments before the shooting, showing two cars suspiciously driving along the residential neighborhood before speeding off.
Another camera captured the sound of gunfire. A neighbor who was home during the shooting spree said he heard over 50 gunshots.
Anglin was an 8th grade student of Caddo Middle Magnet School. After being shot in the safety of her own home, she was rushed to a hospital, where she later died.
Although the community turned out in droves to show support for Anglin’s family, will anything really be done?
Paul Kersey writes for VDARE.com:
In a normal society, Anglin’s death would be justification for using the RICO Act on every black gang in Shreveport. Immediately arresting every black gangbanger responsible for nearly all fatal and nonfatal shootings.
In our society, we are supposed to turn a blind eye to who killed Landry, as she simply was relaxing in her home and a rolling black gun battle was occurring.
Read about more victims of wanton Black violence by Paul Kersey here.