DAILYKENN.com -- An 18-year-old high school girl was shot dead while attempting to sell three pairs of shoes to two black males. The sale was apparently arranged online. However, when the girl showed up with the merchandise, she appears to have been ambushed.
Dead is Andrea Camps Lacayo. She was fatally shot during the encounter. Arrested are Adrian Cosby and George Walton, both 19 and both black males.
As usual, "feminists" have expressed no outrage over the slaying of a woman by males. In the hierarchy of social justice offenses, racism trumps sexism.
What do you think? Is it racist to notice black-on-white violence? Are "feminists" fake when they ignore the abuse of women by non-whites?
From miamiherald.com ▼
Detectives have arrested two men they say are responsible for the robbery and murder of South Miami-Dade high school senior Andrea Camps Lacayo during a botched deal to buy Adidas sneakers.
Adrian Cosby and George Walton, both 19, were booked into a Miami-Dade jail early Sunday on charges of second-degree murder, attempted murder and attempted armed robbery.
Detectives say Camps and her boyfriend, Sergio Berben, had arranged, via social media, to meet up with Cosby and Walton on Tuesday.
The deal: Berben was to sell them three pairs of Adidas Yeezy sneakers for $935. But as Walton asked to try on the shoes, Cosby crept up and fired at Camps and Berben as they sat in a car near an abandoned house at Southwest 270th Street and 127th Court, police said.
The 18-year-old Camps, who was set to graduate from Terra Environmental Research Institute in a few weeks, died in surgery at Jackson South Medical Center on Tuesday. Terra, like all Florida schools, is closed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and students are attending class online.
At least one bullet hit Camps in the torso, and the boy was grazed in the arm, Miami-Dade police said.
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