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June 22, 2015 -- How could it happen?

A brutal racist murderer slipped past the ever-present activist eye of newsman, Geraldo.

On December 10, 2013 the state of Oklahoma turned on the gas and turned out the lights of a convicted killer.

Ronald Clinton Lott, 53, was pronounced dead at 6:06 p.m. He was executed by lethal injection.

Lott was convicted of breaking into the homes of Anna Laura Fowler, 83, and Zelma Cutler, 93.

The two elderly women were raped and murdered by Lott.

The crimes occurred in 1986 and 1987 respectively.

That was long before advent of the Internet; an era when gullible white people could be brainwashed by the media with impunity.

White-guilt movies were made about people like Lott.

In the novel-turn-cellulose, To Kill A Mockingbird, we discover that only demented and bigoted white folk could consider killers like Lott to be bad people. There must have been a mistake. Crazy white people are caught up in a frenzy of hate. Truth be known, a white guy committed the crime and, according to any screenwriter with a conscience, we are informed that a clever white guy framed Lott. The white guy actually committed the crime.

Pass the popcorn and hanky.

Then download The Green Mile after you wipe the tears from your eye.

How could Geraldo have missed this one?

Oh. It was black-on-white. Never mind.

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