There is no doubt that the mainstream media has all but instituted a “blackout” on crimes committed by black thugs, and it’s almost epidemic across all forms of media coverage, and if an incident does make it to the evening news or within a newspaper, look for it to be buried in the newspaper or perhaps “aired” once with minimum time devoted to the story.
Even a horrific incident of a 19-year old girl being burned “alive” doesn’t raise much outrage within the mainstream media if the murdered girl happens to be white and her assailants black.
The FBI has rounded up 17 black gang members in connection with the murder of Jessica Chambers in Mississippi.
She was a white 19-year-old girl who had disappeared from a gas station while she was filling up her car with gas; her body was found burning just a few miles from the station.
The thugs doused her with gasoline and then burned her alive.
The stunning facts are that these types of crimes are happening with more frequency and are seldom reported by the mainstream media, it’s the same mindset that is putting Americans at risk when those in charge refuse to identify those that commit acts of terror, because of political correctness.
FBI agents targeted suspected members of the Black Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords, and Sipp Mob street gangs.
These men are violent murderers who deserve to pay for their crime. And this crime went virtually unreported by media.
Chaim Amalek writes:
Don’t be so quick to judge. Instead, read a book. “To Kill a Mockingbird” for starters, in which an innocent Black Man is falsely accused of rape by a wanton white woman not in control of her sexuality. Then go watch a movie. Again, “To Kill a Mockingbird” will work. Then watch that made for TV move from the seventies (?) about the Scottsboro Boys who were falsely accused of raping some white women in the south. Pause and reflect. Visit a museum of tolerance, if you have one. Listen to your heart. Then consider – what if this white woman dies trying to frame these innocent black men? Suppose, as a motive, that they had rebuffed her sexual advances (like in “Mockingbird”)? Only speculate that it didn’t work out for her. Had she gotten away with it, they would not have been the first black men to be framed by a white woman not in control of her own sexuality.