Takes one to know one John.
And ironically this incident will just disappear now that it’s known the suspect was black, not white.
Via NY Post:
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in a shooting that left a man dead and a woman injured at a mall in Nebraska, officials said.
Makhi Woolridge-Jones was busted Sunday on a charge of first-degree murder in the shooting a day earlier at the Westroads Mall in Omaha.
Brandon Woolridge-Jones, 18, was arrested earlier on a charge of being an accessory to the shooting near the JCPenney store.
The relationship of the two suspects was not reported.
Everything is fine. Why do you ask?
Is this guy mentally ill or what?
Black Lives Matter I guess?
Laws only work if people enforce them.
Via NY Times:
INDIANAPOLIS — Brandon Hole, the 19-year-old man who the police say fatally shot eight people at a FedEx facility on Thursday night, legally purchased two semiautomatic rifles he used in the attack just a few months after the police seized a shotgun from him, the chief of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said on Saturday.
The only horror is people paid $12 to see this.
Nature can be neither opposed nor fled in In the Earth, which—following last year’s misbegotten Rebecca, that never fit his gonzo sensibilities—returns writer/director Ben Wheatley to the hallucinatory strobe-lit horror insanity of his 2014 gem A Field in England. A stripped-down genre affair shot during quarantine and infused with deeply rooted pandemic fears, it’s a phantasmagoric folky freak-out that, like a pestilence, gets under one’s skin, where it festers and infects with unnerving potency. Perched on the razor-thin boundary between lucidity and madness, it gnaws at the nerves and bludgeons the senses until submission—to humanity’s helplessness in the face of the ancient world’s elemental power—is the only recourse.