Brown was expected to abide by terms of the bond, but...
Last month he accused of shooting another person.
Reports say Brown got into an "argument in a Burger King drive-thru window," followed the man with who he was allegedly arguing, then shot him.
The mother of Zach Malinowski, 19, is wondering how an alleged killer could be released allowing them to continue to commit violent crimes.
From a 2014 news report we read:
Christopher Anfony Brown, 20, and Javon Dion Gibbs, 20, were both arrested and charged with the kidnapping and Murder of Malinowski on Friday, Denis said. Denis said that during the investigation into the disappearance it was determined that during the early hours of Aug. 26, 2013 the two defendants abducted the victim from his residence and transported him to the western portion of Horry County where he was killed.• 52.2 percent of homicides in the USA were committed by blacks, according to the Dept. of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics. Nearly all males ages 18 to 49; a demographic that comprises about 4 percent of the population.
Nonetheless, we are compelled by political correctness to give leniency to black offenders to compensate for white privilege.
Sound insane? It is insane.
Psychosis is defined as a loss of contact with reality.
Reality is that about half of violent crimes in our nation are committed by about 4 percent of the population: Young black males.
When our society loses contact with that reality and displaces it with a false reality, we are quite literally a psychotic society. We're insane.
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