News reports say 44-year-old David Poole was attacked while walking with a friend. The attackers struck Poole in the head with an unknown object, leaving him in critical care until his death.
The thieves made off with about $60 and his companion's purse.
The death was reported July 27, 2015.
• The attack has gone unreported by the national media because if fails to affirm the cultural Marxism narrative that white Americans are oppressive and black Americans are their victim.
In reality, the opposite is true.
52.2 percent of homicide in the United States were committed by blacks, according to the U.S. Dept. of Justice. Nearly all were committed by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about four percent of the population.
When about half of all violent crimes are committed by about four percent of the population, we would expect the news media to take note. The media, however, has less interest in informing us than in manipulating our perspectives of reality.
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Allegheny County Police are calling the death of a McKees Rocks man a homicide.
Back on May 26, 44-year-old David Poole was walking home with a friend near the West Park neighborhood in the Stowe Township/McKees Rocks area.
Poole and his friend were attacked by three men and robbed of $60 in cash. Poole was struck on the head with an object during the robbery.
He passed away Saturday morning at a local hospital from his injuries. County police have ruled the death a homicide.
The thieves also stole Poole’s friend’s purse and his cell phone.
So far, no arrests have been made in the case.
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