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February 8, 2018 -- The sprinting black male viewed by millions via video as he snatched a Confederate flag from a white man is dead. 

32-year-old Muhiyidin Moye, who went by Muhiyidin d'Baha, was shot in the thigh and died later in a New Orleans hospital. 

There were no riots. No protests. No whimpers we have heard from Black Lives Matter. 

Apparently black lives taken by blacks do not matter. 

Flag-waving Southern patriots pose no danger to black Americans. Black Americans post a danger to black Americans. 

7,881 blacks were murdered in 2016; nearly all were killed by other blacks. Not one was gunned down by a Confederate-flag toting patriot. That number — 7,881 — is more than twice the number (3,446) of black criminals killed by lynch mobs over the 84-year lynching era (1882 to 1964). 

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A Black Lives Matter activist who made headlines after video of him wrestling a Confederate flag out the hands of a protester in Charleston, South Carolina, went viral, was shot and killed in New Orleans on Tuesday.

A spokesperson with the New Orleans police department confirmed the death of 32-year-old Muhiyidin Moye, who went by Muhiyidin d'Baha, to NBC News in an email Wednesday. Police said d'Baha was shot in the thigh early Tuesday morning and transported to a nearby hospital where he died from his injuries.


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