DAILYKENN.com -- The life of 28-year-old Casey Smith ended when he was fatally shot in Texarkana, Tex.
The third of four suspects in the murder turned himself in to police this week.
All four of the suspects are black. The victim is white.
The cultural Marxism narrative that blacks have historically been the victims of random white-on-black violence is the exact opposite of the truth.
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From a March 29, 2016 ktbs.com report:
Texarkana Police are investigating a homicide that occurred today in the 2400 block of Mamie Street.
Multiple 9-1-1 calls were received at 3:58 p.m. from people who reported hearing shots fired in the area. When officers arrived, they discovered Casey Smith, 28, of Texarkana, Arkansas lying beside a vehicle in front of a residence there.
Smith, who appeared to have been shot several times, was deceased.
Witnesses stated that they observed three black men walking toward the residence and the victim’s location seconds before the shots were heard.
The same men were then witnessed running away from the scene. It is believed that they then got into a small light blue or grey car with damage to the passenger side.
The damage was described as including streaks of red paint that might have been transferred to the vehicle in a previous accident.
Smith’s body will be sent to the Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.
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