Among those accused of killing white people is 18-year-old Jervon Latrelll Hazelwood.
Louisville police believe Hazelwood robbed and murdered two men in one day last month.
The mainstream Marxist media has its cameras focused on the campuses, ignoring the ongoing epidemic of black-on-white crime. Those of us who draw attention to the epidemic are stigmatized with hate speech and pejoratives such as "racists" and "white supremacists."
The objective is to silence us, allowing the cultural Marxist narrative to go unchallenged. That false narrative insists that white Americans are perennially oppressing "people of color" -- a Marxist term for proletariat.
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Shortly after midnight on October 11, Hazelwood robbed Shakoor Gordon, 60, of a camera at gunpoint, according to an arrest citation. He then shot Gordon, who was found dead in an alley in the 200 block of S. 19th St.
Then just before midnight the same day, police say Hazelwood shot another man, Michael Dipple, 30, who was found shot to death outside of an SUV in the 2000 block of W. Chestnut St.
Hazelwood gave a statement to police "admitting his involvement" in the evening murder, according to an arrest citation. He also "gave a statement" to police regarding the morning murder.
None of the weapons or stolen property has been located, police said in the arrest citations.
Hazelwood, also known as "Von" and "Turtle," is being held at Metro Corrections in lieu of a $500,000 cash bond.
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