DAILYKENN.com -- Enhancing the long-standing the knock-out game is, apparently, the Pokemon Go lure game.
The deadly game works like this:
White Pokemon Go players are lured to an isolated location where they are fatally gunned down by black savages.
According to sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com:
AN FRANCISCO -- A San Mateo family grieved the loss of their beloved 20-year-old son Monday as police investigated his shooting death Saturday night in San Francisco's Aquatic Park, where he and a boyhood friend were playing "Pokémon Go."
Calvin Riley, a college baseball player and graduate of Serra High School in San Mateo, was killed around 10 p.m. Saturday by an unknown assailant. Riley and a friend were walking on the western side of the park when he was shot in the lower back, according to John Kirby, a close friend of the Riley family.
The friend told Riley's parents he glimpsed the shooter running away and realized it was the same man who had been watching them from a hill moments before, according to Kirby.***
A friend of the family tells CBS SF there was no confrontation, no words exchanged, no robbery and no apparent cause. “The friend heard a gunshot, went back around the corner, five or six steps, and saw his friend laying there,” said Riley family spokesperson John Kirby. “As he was laying there, they noticed a male, dark complexion, running away with a red shirt on, and possibly getting into a car.”Meanwhile, in Ferguson, Missouri, a memorial vigil is being held for slain black street thug, Michael Brown. To our knowledge there are no vigils being held for the hundreds of innocent white people slain by black savages.
The crime occurred in San Francisco, California and was reported August 8, 2016.
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