(National Sentinel)Â Crime & Racism:Â Little-known outside the region, Kansas City, Mo., had a serial killer, it appears, and one with a sinister purpose: To kill as many white people as possible.
As reported byÂ The Kansas City Star, 22-year-oldÂ Fredrick Demond Scott, now in custody, isÂ suspected of shooting five middle-aged white men since last year â€” including four on south Kansas City walking trails â€” threatened in 2014 to shoot up a school and â€œkill all white people,â€ according to court records.
The paper noted that Scott, who is black, made those commentsÂ in January 2014 at Center Alternative School, as documented in a municipal citation for harassment.
The paper noted further:
All five were white men between ages 54 and 67. All five were fatally shot, most from behind, in surprise attacks as they walked dogs, visited parks and, in one case, walked down a city street.
Scottâ€™s mother said in an interview with The Star that he refused to get treatment for his paranoid schizophrenia but did not show any hatred toward white people. Scott was cited in Kansas City municipal court in 2013 for assault on his mother, accused of shoving her several times. She called police, hoping tough love would help him, she said.
â€œAs far as I know Fredrick never had a problem with white people,â€ his mother said. â€œHe would do odd jobs for people and some of those people were white men.â€
Police said they did not know if the shootings were racially motivated.
Well,Â we believe the shootings were racially motivated because, according to court records, Scott obviouslyÂ did have a problem with white people.
If you know a police officer well enough and they’ve been on the job for some time, ask him or her if racial tensions today are higher or lower than they’ve been in previous years; we’re betting most will sayÂ higher.
We may not yet be close to a full-on race war, but we’re sure trending in that direction.
What a shame that in a country supposedly proud of its “diversity” we use it as a reason to hate someone else.
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