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June 7, 2019



DAILYKENN.com --We have no word from the fake-femnist movement condemning the kidnapping and rape of a 14-year-old South Carolina girl. Apparently the suspects, Denzell Xavier Furlow, 18, and Davionne Allen Towns, 17, have been racially profiled and failed to fit the cultural Marxism rape-culture narrative. 


Reports say the girl was kidnapped at gunpoint from a bus stop. She was apparently on her way to school. 

This may explain why schools were once racially segregated: To protect white girls from black sex preditors. 

The crime occurred March 22, 2019 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The arrests were reported June 2, 2019. 

From myrtlebeachonline.com ▼

Two teenagers are in jail after being charged with kidnapping a 14-year-old girl from a South Carolina bus stop and raping her at gunpoint, the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office said.

Denzell Xavier Furlow, 18, and Davionne Allen Towns, 17, were arrested in the abduction and sexual assault that occurred on March 22, WCSC reported.

The 14-year-old was reported missing by a parent after she had not been at school that day, according to WCIV.

The sheriff’s office said the girl was found the next day at a business complex on the Savannah Highway, per WCBD.

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