DAILYKENN.com --Kyle Yorlets is dead. The 24-year-old white singer was fatally shot during a robbery, reports say.
Arrested for the crime are five black children, ages 12 to 16. Three of the suspects were identified as Roniyah McKnight, 14, Diamond Lewis, 15, and Decorrius Wright, 16. A 12-year-old girl and 13-year-old boy were also arrested, but their names were withheld.
Reports say the promising young white musician handed over his wallet when confronted by the Negroes. When he refused to give the kids his car keys, he was fatally shot, reports say.
Yorlets was confronted outside his Nashville home. After the shooting, he managed to go back inside his home but was later pronounced dead at Vanderbilt University Medical center.
Some ask, "Where were the parents of these kids?"
We don't know that answer. We do know that feral black kids are frequently the spawn of parents who were, themselves, feral blacks kids as were their grandparents. The phenomenon seems to be trans-generational.
Some believe it is racist to use the term Negroes. Other believe it is racist to ignore the epidemic of black-on-white homicides.
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Earlier this week we reported:
• A white nurse died after being kicked about 40 times in the head. A black male was arrested. [source]
• A white airman was shot in his car as he and his wife were returning home to their apartment. Three blacks were arrested. [source]
• A 47-year-old white man was fatally shot during a home invasion. Four blacks were arrested. [source]
• A 41-year-old white woman was found fatally shot in her vehicle. A black male was arrested. [source]
• A 24-year-old white man was fatally shot in Kentucky. A black male was arrested. [source]
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