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August 8, 2019

DAILYKENN.com --Valaree Schwab is dead. The 16-year-old white girl was fatally stabbed at a Dunkin' Donuts shop. 

Arrested, convicted, and sentenced for the crime is Z'Inah Brown. Both girls were 16-years-old at the time of the crime. 

Reports say Schwab stood up to a group of bullies and paid with her life. She was stabbed with a steak knife in the heart and lungs. 

Apparently the black girl attacked Schwab, pushed her to the ground, and stoled her house keys at New Rochelle High School in New York. The black girl then followed Schwab to several businesses before accosting her again at Dunkin' Donuts where she fatally stabbed her. 

The crime occurred in 2018. The black girl's sentencing was reported August 8, 2019.

Jim Crow laws and school segregation were enacted to protect white people like Valaree Schwab from black violence.

From foxnews.com ▼

The altercation between the teens began on the campus of New Rochelle High School, which both girls attended. According to the New York Post, Brown shoved the victim to the ground and took her house keys at a nearby McDonalds and continued to follow her through several businesses on North Avenue before finally stabbing her at a Dunkin Donuts when Schwab allegedly tried to get her keys back.



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