WHERE WAS THEIR MARCHES
Lined up, hacked at with a machete, the girls sexually assaulted and then finally shot execution style in the back of their heads with a .357 colt trooper revolver, only one would live to tell their story. Yes, they were on school grounds after school hours but they were only listening to their music, they were black, their murderers were not. Where was their march? How many Hollywood stars took up their cause? Where were the black leaders of the day, why did their heinous deaths go primarily unnoticed by those who are encouraging people not only to march but to go to peoples houses, even people who had nothing to do with that young mans death.
You see there is a reason no one ever marched for these young children, it is because the men who murdered these University and High School students where not white. It did not get them any political reward, they could not say “see you are all still racists and to cleanse your soul you need to vote for the first and only black president. Or is it because those who are encouraging these marches and acts of violence did not want to go after an illegal immigrant and risk harming their reputation among the Latino community, even though one of the illegal immigrant killers was scheduled to answer charges already.
Carranza had been scheduled to appear in court Monday to answer two previous indictments. One accuses him of sexually assaulting and threatening to kill a 13-year-old, a girlfriend's child. Another charges him with an array of assault and weapons offenses.
Were the murders of these young children, not as important to the black community? To The democratic party? Why were there not national marches? Why was there not young men and women angered enough to take to the street? Because, those who lead them did not bother, so you tell me, where were their marches? To me these young people deserved for the whole world to know what happened to them, they deserved the world to be angry because an illegal immigrant who had already been arrested and released murdered them, shot them in the back of the head, why no tweets? No Facebook rants, why?
So if you are planning to march, or tweet or rant on Facebook, you tell me, WHERE WAS THEIR MARCHES.
Three of the victims — Terrance Aeriel, 18, Dashon Harvey, 20; and Iofemi Hightower, 20 — were forced to kneel against a wall and shot at close range. The fourth, 19-year-old Natasha Aeriel, Terrance Aeriel's sister, survived a wound to her head and is hospitalized.