Those were the words of Camille Cochran, the grief-stricken mother whose teenage son was killed over an apparent Facebook quarrel.
Unlike Trayvon's mom, Cochran is getting no sympathy from the national media.
Sixteen-year-old Jordan Means and an 18-year-old friend (name withheld pending notification of family) were found dead just after 10:30 a.m. Saturday in a Chicago apartment.
Magen Willis, the boy's sister, said "Nobody deserves to get killed like that."
As of Easter Sunday morning (April 20, 2014), five people have been shot dead in Chicago over the weekend. Another 18 were wounded.
Violent black crime tends to escalate in warmer weather.
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