DAILYKENN.com -- Some people work for a living. Some people steal for a living.
Sad to say, this hardworking white man who was laboring as a night clerk to make ends meet is no longer working for a living. In fact, he is no longer living.
When do we stop pretending the sacred science of 'white privilege' is genuine?
• Granted, forced segregation (Jim Crow) was horribly unfair to honest, decent black folks. But, then again, perennial black violence is horribly unfair to honest, decent white folks; and it's more deadly than Jim Crow.
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Two men are facing murder charges in connection with the killing of a convenience store clerk in southwest Charlotte.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police investigators say Khaled Mohamad Elmerkabaoui was working alone when he was killed "in cold blood" in what appears to be a robbery attempt at a 7-Eleven in the 700 block of Westinghouse Boulevard on Dec. 9.
"It just appears to be a robbery gone bad and for whatever reason the suspect killed the clerk for no apparent reason," said Captain Chris Dozier.
According to CMPD, the vehicle that was wanted in connection with the shooting was spotted by officers around 8 a.m. Tuesday morning. Police say they attempted to stop the driver, who was identified as 29-year-old Treyvonte Luwanna Lockhart, in a neighborhood located off of Park Road and Highway 51, but he reportedly refused and lead officers on a chase. The chase ended in Concord when Lockhart reportedly abandoned the vehicle, police say.
A short time later, officers were able to find Lockhart and arrest him, according to police. Lockhart was charged with murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and possessing a stolen firearm.
On Tuesday night, police say the second suspect, identified as 44-year-old Geoffrey Ford, was spotted driving a vehicle in a residential neighborhood near Carmel Road at Quail Hollow Road in south Charlotte just before 9 p.m. According to CMPD, officers tried to conduct a traffic stop but Ford reportedly ran from the vehicle on foot. Police say they were able to set up a perimeter and arrest Ford a short time later.
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