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Dewayne Smith

Harrodsburg, KY

#1 Aug 21, 2013
Three black kids gun down an Australian national who played baseball in an Oklahoma college. They claimed that they did it because they were bored.

Where are the so called black leaders? Will President Obama say that each of these three could have been his son?
BlackBeauty

United States

#2 Aug 21, 2013
Dewayne Smith wrote:
Three black kids gun down an Australian national who played baseball in an Oklahoma college. They claimed that they did it because they were bored.
Where are the so called black leaders? Will President Obama say that each of these three could have been his son?
well al sharpton makes me sick to my stomach . He looks like hell . I wonder how he got so thin ? He runs off at the mouth .hes no MLK 4 sure . Not too many unfortunately .
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#3 Aug 21, 2013
Dewayne Smith wrote:
Three black kids gun down an Australian national who played baseball in an Oklahoma college. They claimed that they did it because they were bored.
Where are the so called black leaders? Will President Obama say that each of these three could have been his son?
The a few differences of course being that these three guys are behind bars, charged with murder, they are not dead, they could in no way be considered a victim, and no one is setting up websites to send them money.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#4 Aug 21, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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The a few differences of course being that these three guys are behind bars, charged with murder, they are not dead, they could in no way be considered a victim, and no one is setting up websites to send them money.
Where is the outrage from the media? Why no comments from Obama?
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#5 Aug 21, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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Where is the outrage from the media? Why no comments from Obama?
I think I just explained that. They're behind bars charged with murder. What more is there to be done at this point?
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#6 Aug 21, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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I think I just explained that. They're behind bars charged with murder. What more is there to be done at this point?
And.........?

Obama could come out and say that the victim could have been him. Sound familiar?

Where is Al Sharpton? Oh wait, the victim was Caucasian so he doesn't care.
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#7 Aug 21, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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And.........?
Obama could come out and say that the victim could have been him. Sound familiar?
Where is Al Sharpton? Oh wait, the victim was Caucasian so he doesn't care.
To what end? The three are behind bars charged with murder. There's no indication that there will be no justice for the man they killed. What need is there to demand justice when the alleged killers are behind bars awaiting trial? Are you trying to say that there's some parallel between this and the Zimmerman/Martin situation? If so, please explain it.
sad

Lebanon, KY

#8 Aug 21, 2013
sad and sicking that these kind of events happen in our world....sadly proves that racism is very much alive whether your black or white. once humans become a target for any reason it is a really tragic thing..proof the devil is in control and our time is growing near the end.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#9 Aug 22, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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To what end? The three are behind bars charged with murder. There's no indication that there will be no justice for the man they killed. What need is there to demand justice when the alleged killers are behind bars awaiting trial? Are you trying to say that there's some parallel between this and the Zimmerman/Martin situation? If so, please explain it.
I am saying the media is biased in it's reporting of incidents.

The Martin case was no different than this one, a local incident. The only reason it came to national prominence was through the racists Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and the Liberal media. The police had done their job, same as in Oklahoma, and found no reason to charge Zimmerman. Six of his peers, after listening to all the evidence agreed. Seems the police were right all along.
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#10 Aug 22, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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I am saying the media is biased in it's reporting of incidents.
The Martin case was no different than this one, a local incident. The only reason it came to national prominence was through the racists Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and the Liberal media. The police had done their job, same as in Oklahoma, and found no reason to charge Zimmerman. Six of his peers, after listening to all the evidence agreed. Seems the police were right all along.
Well then why is the nation hearing about a murder that happened in Oklahoma if the media is biased in what it reports? I'm sure that someone was murdered in Kansas this week too, but it didn't make national news.
I don't understand what the original poster is wanting done. Do they want Obama to urge the release of these guys? I'm confused by his post.

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#11 Aug 22, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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Well then why is the nation hearing about a murder that happened in Oklahoma if the media is biased in what it reports? I'm sure that someone was murdered in Kansas this week too, but it didn't make national news.
I don't understand what the original poster is wanting done. Do they want Obama to urge the release of these guys? I'm confused by his post.
Glenn Beck told his followers that they should be mad about it. So they are. http://www.mediaite.com/online/wheres-the-out...
Dewayne Smith

Harrodsburg, KY

#12 Aug 22, 2013
Tick Tock: What do I want? I want the country, including the media and our black neighbors to acknowledge the fact that our inner-city black community is in serious trouble. Fatherless children, poor schools and kids who are not interested in learning, crime as a way of life, the influence of gansta rap, a culture infused with drugs and gangs, a higher percentage of our country's prison population being black, and generations of black people dependent on welfare and public housing have destroyed the potential of huge numbers of young blacks and has led to victims, both black and white. Cities like Chicago and Detroit have become killing grounds.

The civil rights movement has opened the doors to opportunity for black people that had been closed for the entire history of this country. We only have to open our eyes to see successful black people. For those who are motivated and educated the future is bright. That is not the case for inner-city youth. Far too many of them are doomed to a future in prison, a future they have earned. That must change or this country will explode.
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#13 Aug 22, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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Well then why is the nation hearing about a murder that happened in Oklahoma if the media is biased in what it reports? I'm sure that someone was murdered in Kansas this week too, but it didn't make national news.
I don't understand what the original poster is wanting done. Do they want Obama to urge the release of these guys? I'm confused by his post.
I want Obama to have as much interest in this case as he did in the Martin case.

I want the media to have as much outrage as it did in the Martin case.

I want Liberals and the Liberal media to be as interested in this as they were the Martin case.
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#14 Aug 22, 2013
Nutz wrote:
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I want Obama to have as much interest in this case as he did in the Martin case.
I want the media to have as much outrage as it did in the Martin case.
I want Liberals and the Liberal media to be as interested in this as they were the Martin case.
The supposed killers are in jail awaiting trial for murder. Let me say that again. The supposed killers are in jail, charged with murder. What more, at this point, do you want done? Are you wanting the media to lobby for their release??? Why this particular case???
I still don't understand how this is supposed to parallel with the Martin case? Do you want extending coverage of every murder case in the United States?
I feel like you're wanting to say something, but you don't know how or you are afraid to.
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#15 Aug 22, 2013
Dewayne Smith wrote:
Tick Tock: What do I want? I want the country, including the media and our black neighbors to acknowledge the fact that our inner-city black community is in serious trouble. Fatherless children, poor schools and kids who are not interested in learning, crime as a way of life, the influence of gansta rap, a culture infused with drugs and gangs, a higher percentage of our country's prison population being black, and generations of black people dependent on welfare and public housing have destroyed the potential of huge numbers of young blacks and has led to victims, both black and white. Cities like Chicago and Detroit have become killing grounds.
The civil rights movement has opened the doors to opportunity for black people that had been closed for the entire history of this country. We only have to open our eyes to see successful black people. For those who are motivated and educated the future is bright. That is not the case for inner-city youth. Far too many of them are doomed to a future in prison, a future they have earned. That must change or this country will explode.
I think that they've acknowledged this many times. I'm sort of confused about "black neighbors." Do you have black neighbors and you're mad that they won't acknowledge this?
I'm also confused why you talk long about inner-city youth when the murder occurred in Duncan, OK which has a population of 23,000 (just a little bigger than Danville) and a "black" population of about 1%.
I think what you're trying to say here is "Black people scare me."
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#16 Aug 22, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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The supposed killers are in jail awaiting trial for murder. Let me say that again. The supposed killers are in jail, charged with murder. What more, at this point, do you want done? Are you wanting the media to lobby for their release??? Why this particular case???
I still don't understand how this is supposed to parallel with the Martin case? Do you want extending coverage of every murder case in the United States?
I feel like you're wanting to say something, but you don't know how or you are afraid to.
I've made it crystal clear. Sorry you have comprehension problems.
Fed up

Winchester, KY

#17 Aug 22, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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I think that they've acknowledged this many times. I'm sort of confused about "black neighbors." Do you have black neighbors and you're mad that they won't acknowledge this?
I'm also confused why you talk long about inner-city youth when the murder occurred in Duncan, OK which has a population of 23,000 (just a little bigger than Danville) and a "black" population of about 1%.
I think what you're trying to say here is "Black people scare me."
Young blacks who run in packs do scare me, along with young white packs. I blame the war on poverty that crushed the notion of needing a father/intact families, and that reaches every city or spit on a map.
Dewayne Smith

Harrodsburg, KY

#18 Aug 22, 2013
tick tock wrote:
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I think that they've acknowledged this many times. I'm sort of confused about "black neighbors." Do you have black neighbors and you're mad that they won't acknowledge this?
I'm also confused why you talk long about inner-city youth when the murder occurred in Duncan, OK which has a population of 23,000 (just a little bigger than Danville) and a "black" population of about 1%.
I think what you're trying to say here is "Black people scare me."
The gangsta rap culture flourishes in our cities, and is some cases our small cities. This cancer has to be addressed by the country, including our president, our congress, and ourselves. I think that our black neighbors (this is meant to mean black America) must be in the forefront of addressing this problem since it is black youth which is being wasted and black people who are most often the victim.

No, I am not saying that "black people scare me" although I will tell you that I am not interested in spending much time in East Saint Louis or parts of Chicago. The tragedy is that young people are being wasted and this country does not have a plan to help them. Read carefully. They wasted youth are black and most of their victims are black. And the culture is spreading even to smaller cities like Duncan, Oklahoma.

Want another example of savage behavior? Check out a recent school bus beating in Florida.

You continue to post that the three accused thrill killers are in jail and that there is no need for the press to respond. It is the problem that the press should be addressing. It is the problem that powerful spokespeople like Ophah Winfrey, Jessie Jackson, and Al Sharpton should be pushing.

Jackson gave luke warm statement this AM. I hope that this is not all that he says. But, really how can Jackson be much of a spokesman. Fathering out of wedlock children is destroying black families and Jackson has his own love child.
tick tock

Lexington, KY

#19 Aug 22, 2013
Dewayne Smith wrote:
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The gangsta rap culture flourishes in our cities, and is some cases our small cities. This cancer has to be addressed by the country, including our president, our congress, and ourselves. I think that our black neighbors (this is meant to mean black America) must be in the forefront of addressing this problem since it is black youth which is being wasted and black people who are most often the victim.
No, I am not saying that "black people scare me" although I will tell you that I am not interested in spending much time in East Saint Louis or parts of Chicago. The tragedy is that young people are being wasted and this country does not have a plan to help them. Read carefully. They wasted youth are black and most of their victims are black. And the culture is spreading even to smaller cities like Duncan, Oklahoma.
Want another example of savage behavior? Check out a recent school bus beating in Florida.
You continue to post that the three accused thrill killers are in jail and that there is no need for the press to respond. It is the problem that the press should be addressing. It is the problem that powerful spokespeople like Ophah Winfrey, Jessie Jackson, and Al Sharpton should be pushing.
Jackson gave luke warm statement this AM. I hope that this is not all that he says. But, really how can Jackson be much of a spokesman. Fathering out of wedlock children is destroying black families and Jackson has his own love child.
So rap and black people scare you. Just confirming.
Perhaps you should spend your weekends in Louisville volunteering as a mentor to young black youth?
Do you somehow feel that their alleged victim is being denied justice? I don't understand.
I'm curious, are you and Nutz also outraged over the murder of Everett Gant? Take a moment and look that up since I'm sure you've never heard the name. That's the guy Walton Henry Butler killed and later told police he didn't understand why he was under arrest because he only shot a "n-word."
Are you outraged by this as well or do you feel just a little less frightened?
Mister Moneybags

Lexington, KY

#20 Aug 22, 2013
Put your money where your mouth is. http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/-Fund-grow...

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