DAILYKENN.com -- Susan Seel is dead.
The 52-year-old white woman was fatally shot while working for a living at an Indianapolis convenience store. She was killed by a black male who apparently stole for a living.
Seel was reportedly murdered on July 22, 2016 while on the job. The crime occurred at about 3:00 am and was recorded by a surveillance camera.
News reports say Seel lay dying on the sidewalk outside the store while the thief made off with the cash register drawer. The suspect was described as "dressed in a navy blue sweatshirt with white draw strings and a white Nike Swoosh, black pants and white sneakers and armed with a handgun."
He was not described as being black. The media typically do not reveal the race of persons involved in shootings unless they are shot by white police officers.
The media are attempting to convince us that black lives matter while white privileged lives do not.
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When Susan Seel started working the overnight shift at the McClure’s convenience store at Lynhurst Drive and Rockville Road on the city’s west side, her mother was not enthused.
“She didn’t like it but she had worked it a couple weeks. They had trouble hiring someone to work that shift so she was working it until they could get someone else,” said Karen Seel. “When she started that shift I said, ‘Don’t do it. I’ll have to stay awake all night praying for you.’ She knew I didn’t want her to but she tried to reassure me by telling me, ‘Usually when stores are robbed they just take the money and leave,’ so that was her attitude as far as I knew.”
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