Celeste Broussard's white-privileged Toyota Highlander was stolen Monday by two gun-toting black males, reports say. The victim made a plea for more security cameras to be installed in the high-crime rate area.
Most libertarians oppose government security cameras as a big-brother encroachment upon their privacy. However, many fail to comprehend the reality that denying the pervasive nature of black crime is the catalyst that drives the invasion of privacy.
When people behave themselves, laws are not needed. It is to our advantage, therefore, to strive to create a social construct in which respecting the property rights of others is a commonly held belief. That is, the respect of property rights is a catalyst for liberty. The disrespect of property rights is a detriment to liberty.
From our news source we read:
Celeste Broussard was dropping off a friend after a housewarming party around midnight Monday in the Irish Channel when the unthinkable happened.
Broussard had just parked her blue 2002 Toyota Highlander in the 1000 block of Sixth Street, near Magazine Street, when she and her friend saw two men walking past.
Broussard and her friend didn’t think much of it at first, but when they got out of the vehicle, the men turned around and one pulled out a gun.
“They told us to throw the keys down. My fried threw the keys down on the ground,” said Broussard. “One of the guys was just yelling, ‘Shoot him, shoot him, shoot him!’ Screaming it, and I heard the gun go off.”
Then, the two men picked up the keys and made off with Broussard's vehicle.
The suspects are described as two black males. One had a white stocking cap over his head.
The crime occurred about midnight on April 21, 2014 in the Irish Canal district of New Orleans.
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