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February 22, 2016

Reality -- Days after the death of infamous white-guilt novel writer Harper Lee, a real-life Arthur "Boo" Radley was indicted for raping and killing a young white woman. 

Stacey Gray is accused of raping and killing 25-year-old Renee Eldridge.

The victim was reported missing July 4, 2015 and her remains were discovered dumped under a bridge three days later. 

Harper Lee originally penned a novel that reflected reality, but it was rejected by publishers. Her rewritten novel, The Kill A Mockingbird, has been used by government schools for decades to infect the minds of government school children with a false sense of trust in potential rapists and murderers. 

To Kill A Mockingbird was made into a white-guilt film. A similar movie, The Long Mile, infected minds of gullible Americans in 1999. 

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A grand jury in Chambers County have indicted the man charged with the brutal rape and murder of a Columbus woman in July 2015. 
On Feb. 12, a grand jury indicted Stacey Gray on one count of capital murder and one count of capital rape. He was set on a $2 million bond, according to the Chambers County Clerk's Office.

Gray, 45, has been charged in the death of 25-year-old Renee Eldridge.

Eldridge, 25-year-old Columbus woman, was discovered missing from her home on 46th Street in Columbus on July 4. Her body was found in the Osanippa Creek under the Hopewell Road Bridge on July 7.

The arraignment is set for March 7 at 9 a.m. CST. 

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