2017 brought us plenty of hate crimes. Some real, some faker than a Kardashian schnoz. Now 2018 is beginning to join in on the hate crimery. Naturally, we’ve had our fair share of falsehoods (see 11-Year-Old Muslim Girl Cries ‘Hate Crime!’ One Problem…). This one, however, is very real.
It comes courtesy of a Missouri man with a penchant for spilling “white” blood.
A Missouri man who once threatened to “kill all white people” was indicted Friday in the killings of three white males, and is now accused in six killings overall.
The accused, Fredrick Demond Scott, 23, was indicted by a grand jury in the deaths of David Lenox, 67, Timothy Rice, 57, and Michael Darby, 61. Scott was also charged last summer in the deaths of Steven, Gibbons, 57, John Palmer, 54 and Karen Harmeyer, 64.
The five male victims were all shot as they walked on or near the trails or, in one case, walked home after getting off a bus. The female victim was homeless, and her decomposing body was found in a tent in woods in Grandview. She also was shot, police said.
The police say they do not know if the shootings were racially motivated.
Fredrick here says he wants to murderize anyone with pale skin. Proceeds to kill a bunch of whiteys. Yet the police can’t seem to pinpoint a motive.
Just a quick refresher:
However, Scott, a black man, threatened to shoot up a school and “kill all white people” in January 2014, The Kansas City Star reported, citing court documents.
The plot thickens.
Maybe it’s just me, but seems like it wouldn’t be very difficult to tell if something like this is racially motivated. Particularly when your killer has a history of telling people he wants to slay pallid peoples. Or, perhaps it’s more politically correct to say he performed a post-birth abortion.
Looks to me like there’s not much more investigating needed in this case. Time to pack it up and go home. To the slammer he goes, on hate crime charges. Interestingly, this isn’t the first instance of a racially motivated crime being left unlabeled as such: EVIL: CNN Claims Racist Facebook Beating NOT a Hate Crime!?
When contrasted with cases where officials are quick to paint with the hate crime brush, many of which turn out to be false, one can’t help but notice a pattern. The whole thing seems seasoned with a dash of bias.