Can we have equal rights groups yet?. . All Media is desperate to censor horrific hate crime torture murder of twelve year old Texas boy The trial is underway r
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Can we have equal rights groups yet?

All Media is desperate to censor horrific hate crime torture
murder of twelve year old Texas boy
The trial is underway right now for Mona Yevette Nelson. She is a black woman who allegedly kidnapped a white
child him to death with a blowtorch in Houston. There has never been any serious media coverage of
this case.
The trial week, and it has only registered ating blip in the local news. Only one local media affiliate,
KTRK Houston Channel 13, even appears to be covering the thal. Either Houston media outlets only published tiny
blurbs that pretrial has started. but none ofthem even mentioned how the boy died.
lathe races: had been reversed. this would be the biggest media event in the '."v' es: tem world. People in Finland would
be hearing about the "racially motivated torture murder" in every gruesome detail. Scores comedia vans would be
lined up and down the street in front ofthe courthouse.
ffyou follow this website, you know that hundreds comedia outlets now openly admit to having a policy of censoring
black crime. The media bosses no longer deny thatcher manipulate the news to promotes political agenda. They
are desperate to keep this crime a secret. It has received about one millionth None percent ofthe coverage that Trayvon Martin received. ffyou think
America should know what happened to Jonathon Foster on Christmas Eve , then you need to help us get the word out.
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Submitted: 08/12/2014
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#8 - mrvindix has deleted their comment [+] (11 replies)
#10 to #8 - ThekidsTEN (08/12/2014) [-]
No, it wasn't hence why he was proved innocent. The reason why the Martin case got so much coverage was it was a "racially motivated crime", and the media painted Zimmerman as a white hate monger who hated "coons". It was more of a case of self defense that resulted in a death. The only two logical outcomes from that case was acquittal, or possibly a manslaughter charge. They had ballistics as well as forensic evidence that it was self defense, but the media painted the story so it sounded like he went hunting to kill a ******
#1 - yoloswagninegag (08/12/2014) [+] (9 replies)
I'm gonna stop my meme rampage to say this:

Citation needed
#14 - lollab (08/12/2014) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #31 - mynameisdime (08/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
i hate it when people think its ok to be racist to white people , no it's f*cking not .if you wanna be treated equally ,then treat them as equals you pricks and by the way im not white
User avatar #18 - popkornking (08/13/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I think the reason this case didn't get much coverage because she was found guilty. Cases are more controversial when the convicted gets off free although everyone thinks they were guilty (see OJ Simpson). Anyway, just my two cents.
User avatar #21 to #18 - jjamesgordon (08/13/2014) [-]
Both the OJ and Trayvon Martin cases got huge coverage before there was a verdict...
User avatar #24 - gayboard (08/13/2014) [+] (2 replies)
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#26 to #25 - gayboard (08/13/2014) [-]
Gribble grabble
Gribble grabble
#41 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
Except it wasn't an ambiguous case

Woman killed white kid. Woman go to jail
End.

Man shoots black boy. Man walks away
What the **** ?
#34 - thismustbeseen (08/13/2014) [-]
If there was 1 nuke, Japan might have thought it was a one-time thing, like maybe nukes are 10x harder to make then they where.

But with two nukes it was more of a "we could just keep doing this if we wanted to" kind of thing, which forced the surrender.

Too bad so many had to die though.
User avatar #33 - davyjoneslocker (08/13/2014) [-]
Maybe they aren't so much censoring black crime as much as it gets better ratings when a minority is killed. I mean outrage means more views right? Plus if you can rile up black people with the reporting of the killing of a black child, you get more news when they organize/riot.
#30 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
The reason nignogs killing white people doesn't get news coverage is because Nignogs killing people is what people expect, and isn't that newsworthy
#23 - tender (08/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Everyone saying the Zimmermen v Martin case was ONLY racially charged is wrong. I live in the area where it happened and There is another VERY big reason it went so big, Zimmermen was set free that night, No questioning. They then arrested him 6 weeks later because it had gotten out and people were wondering why no investigation happened what so ever.
#29 to #23 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
He was released because the police knew they would be unable to prove Zimmerman actually committed a crime. He was questioned, witnesses were as well, everything corroborated his story, the police would have no grounds to hold or charge him. The outcry over this was 100% due to his race.
#17 - lucaslegacy (08/13/2014) [-]
general media has been obsolete for a long time
#16 - anonymous (08/13/2014) [-]
Actually in Texas it's not only legal but considered a civic duty to kill any creepy looking ginger kids. You're welcome planet Earth.
User avatar #39 - xxfalconxx (08/13/2014) [-]
This happened and in the past couple weeks there have been like 3 instances that i know of police shooting an innocent unarmed black kid to death that's being covered up. ********** happening on both sides and the system's ****** . Let's face it, if races were reversed, this **** would be blamed on the perpetrator's "mental illness". The media outlets are ******* things up no matter what race is involved.
User avatar #22 - Hreidmar (08/13/2014) [-]
While there is certainly some injustice in the way the system treats people depending on race, there's not nearly as much as you think. Look up court records and small town overviews, and you'll find plenty of fair trials. But the thing is, those don't sell. Nobody wants to read about a burglar who got what he deserved. But something like the Trayvon Martin case was a) a mess to begin with, b) controversial. Of course you're going to hear more about it, and of course it's going to stand out more. Something like this case isn't widely publicized because it's clear-cut. There's no room for uncertainty. Newspapers can't spin their best-selling 'Shocking turn of events' stories. She's found guilty, simple as that. It does not sell nearly as well as a controversial case would.
User avatar #12 - maimay (08/12/2014) [-]
I remember when this story first came out, it was on every single local news station in houston.
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