The suspect is wanted for the shooting death and robbery of a Hispanic teen who was apparently walking to his job at a construction site.
52.2 percent of all homicides in America are committed by blacks. Nearly all are black males, ages 18 to 49 who comprise about 4 percent of the population.
The national media will ignore this homicide because it fails to meet the cultural Marxism narrative in which white people are the oppressors (bourgeois) and non-whites are their victims (proletariat). The national media simply ignores violent crimes that can't be exploited.
Investigators are looking for a man who shot and killed a teenager after a robbery at a construction site Wednesday morning.
According to Houston police, Frank Medrano, 19, was on his way to a new home construction site on 720 South Ella Creek Drive near Rankin when he was robbed and shot.
Medrano's parents and brother described him as a good person and also asked for the public's help.
"He was a great kid, great brother, very friendly," said Medrano's older brother, Erick Gutierrez. "If he saw that you needed help, he would stop and help you. To me, he was a good example of a good Samaritan."
According to police, several witnesses heard the gunshot and saw the man running from the scene. Co-workers describe the gunman as a 20-year-old African-American, about 6 feet tall with a medium to muscular build. He was wearing a black hoodie with a single gray stripe down both sleeves as well as a white stripe around the face opening, and dark blue or black pants.
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