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July 18, 2018


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DAILYKENN.com -- While a blizzard of snowflakes bury college campuses in worries over micro-aggressions and white privilege, real racism persists in the real world. 


A case in point is the brutal kidnapping and murder of a 71-year-old white woman. 

The suspects are black teen males. 

Had the races been reversed — two white teens arrested for kidnapping, robbing, and murdering an elderly black woman — the media would be aflame with allegations of racism and Hollywood, no doubt, would begin a full-length feature film about the woman's life and struggles in contrast to privilege and racism of the suspects. 

Reports say Elvia Fragstein's body was dumped in a wooded area in Arkansas. Yes, in spite of its flaws, there was a reason for Jim Crow laws that had nothing to do with white racism. 

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From arkansasonline.com ▼


Authorities on Tuesday located the SUV of a 71-year-old woman believed to have been abducted in central Arkansas before being found dead along a rural road last week.

Jefferson County sheriff’s office spokesman Maj. Lafayette Woods Jr. said in a statement that Elvia Fragstein’s silver 2013 Honda CR-V was found charred that morning in the 300 block of North Elm Street in Pine Bluff.

The Wooster resident’s body was found Wednesday by a motorist in a wooded area along Gibb Anderson Road in rural Jefferson County, south of Pine Bluff. Fragstein’s death has been ruled a homicide.

The Faulkner County sheriff’s office says Fragstein’s husband, Helmut Fragstein, reported her missing July 7 after she did not return from a shopping trip in Conway.

Security footage at the Conway Commons shopping center showed Fragstein leaving T.J. Maxx around 3:30 p.m. that day. Her Honda was then seen traveling through the parking lot and along Elsinger Boulevard “at a high rate of speed,” authorities said.

Police have arrested two teenagers — 18-year-old Tacori Mackrel and 16-year-old Robert Lee Smith Jr. — on kidnapping and theft of property counts in Fragstein’s abduction. They are expected to be charged as adults.


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