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July 26, 2014

A 59-year-old Asian professor may well have died due to Eric Holder's doctrine of disparate impact.

Holder's hand, of course, did not hold the stone used to bash the head of professor Feng Liu. Nor did Joseph Stalin fire the shots that killed millions of his countrymen. The policies of both, however, allow no room for such moral concern for human life. There is only place for the implementation of their twisted theories or economic equivalence.

When such trivial matters such as human lives get in the way, they are simply removed.

News reports inform us that the two black males arrested in the beating death of Feng Liu in Chapel Hill, North Carolina were recently released from jail. One of the suspects was wearing an electric monitor on his ankle at the time of the crime, the report said.

Disparate impact is a notion propagated by cultural Marxism that presumes punishment for crimes and the resulting record negatively impacts the ability of persons to earn income. Because blacks are punished more frequently than Asians and whites, there is a subsequent income disparity.

Marixsm seeks to erase the disparate impact by erasing the disparate punishment that causes it. Consequently, they believe, blacks should be punished with less severity than others.

It may have been that Professor. Liu's death could have been avoided had the absurd  notion of disparate impact not been implemented.

As Western culture is increasingly displaced, we can expect an relative increase in violent crime.

One of the men accused of beating a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor to death on a street near campus was wearing an electric monitor on his ankle at the time of the crime, authorities said Friday.

Feng Liu, 59, of Durham, was taking a lunchtime walk near the UNC campus when he was beaten and robbed near the intersection of Ransom Street and West University Drive, police said. He died early Thursday at UNC Hospitals.

Derick Davis II, 23, of Scots Pine Crossing in Durham, and Troy Arrington Jr., 27, of Johnson Street in Chapel Hill, have been charged with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon in the case.

In addition to noting that "a landscape stone" was used to beat Liu about the head, the arrest warrants state that Davis and Arrington stole Liu's wallet and four credit cards.

Several passersby found Liu in the street after the attack, and someone who called 911 said he was bleeding from his nose and ears and had difficulty breathing.

The 911 caller also reported seeing two men who were acting suspicious. Police used that witness' description apprehend Davis and Arrington.

"That first caller's information was vital in us starting to put those pieces together," said Lt. Josh Mecimore of the Chapel Hill Police Department.

Police said they have no reason to believe that Liu was targeted by his attackers.

Davis was released from the Wake County jail on Tuesday after serving three weeks on a June 28 shoplifting charge, according to the Wake County Sheriff's Office.

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  1. "Police said they have no reason to believe that Liu was targeted by his attackers."

    If ever there was an asinine statement, there it is.