The elderly Putnam was robbed and shot multiple times in the parking lot of a grocery store where he bought flowers for his wife on Mother's Day.
Authorities say the three blacks involved in the crime showed no remorse but, rather, went on a shopping spree with Putnam's money.
Coincidentally the emergency dispatcher who took the call about the shooting was Putnam's granddaughter.
Family members of the victim say they don't understand how it could happen. Putnam, they say, was physically active in spite of his advanced years. He mowed his own lawn, they noted.
Arrested in the crime is Shon Byrd, charged as an adult with armed robbery and capital murder. DeCarlos Clark, 36, and Veronica Ferguson, 20, were charged as accessories after-the-fact.
The crime occurred in Meridian, Mississippi on Mother's Day, May 11, 2014.
• Another black-on-white Mother's Day assault occurred in Savannah, Georgia where a white family, including a six-year-old girl, were viciously beaten by a black mob.
• Two days earlier an elderly East Asian man was beaten to death by a black male on a New York City street. The attack was captured by a video security camera.
Jim Crow laws were intended to protect citizens from violent black crime that is commonly found in nearly all black communities. Those laws were not designed to discriminate against blacks because of their skin color, but because of the character content that leads to remorseless murders such as this.
Dishonest revisionists who seek to distort history to adapt to a cultural Marxism agenda frequently emphasize a Southern legacy of white racism in the deep South, never acknowledging that angry whites occasionally sought justice through retribution in response to hideous black violent crime.
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