DAILYKENN.com -- While privileged white males have historically committed heinous crimes against black women in Hollywood, real world crime is much different.
35-year old James Poore was convicted of murder. He tied the hands of four white women behind their backs and executed them with gun shots to their heads.
The media firestorm that would have inflamed the nation had the races been reversed never occurred.
The crime occurred in Tulsa, Okla. in 2013.
A Tulsa man is going to prison for life.
35-year old James Poore has been convicted in the deaths of four women shot in the head after their hands were tied behind their backs.
Jurors in Tulsa on Monday convicted Poore on charges of first-degree murder and robbery.
His older brother also is facing trial for the January 2013 shootings.
Poore was convicted in the deaths of 55-year-old Julie Jackson, 33-year-old Misty Nunley, and 23-year-old twins Rebeika Powell and Kayetie Melchor.
The twins lived with Powell, while Jackson had stopped by to visit.
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