DAILYKENN.com -- Police found John Michael Taylor dying in the street near his home. He had been shot and robbed.
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Before Taylor died he described the assailants as three black males in a red vehicle.
Reports say the three black "teens" followed Taylor after he left a gas station in Prattville, Ala.
Two teens were arrested in connection with the murder and robbery of Taylor. The boys are 14 and 15 years old.
George Stinney was 14-years-old when he was executed for murder in 1944. Apologists for black crime say Stinney was too young to commit murder. In reality, young black males routinely commit murder. [See more here]
The third "teen," 25-year-old Santwone Cornelius Jones, was not apprehended.
Privileged white liberals avoid black neighborhoods for this very reason: violence. While liberals pretend that calling out black-on-white crime is racist, they demonstrate their own 'racism' by isolating themselves in isolated white neighborhoods.
Prattville is one of a few Alabama municipalities that is mostly white (about 78 percent), but that doesn't protect white residents from the epidemic of black violence.
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