Chattanooga murders; a clear double standard

I considered writing a blog post about Dylann Storm Roof in the vein of the New York Times, but in bizarro world. I thought better of it, because it would probably be taken the wrong way and misunderstood. I would paint Dylann in sympathetic light, and talk about his battle with drugs, and his bad family life. I would suggest that he was just a misunderstood boy. I would pull the focus away from the people he shot in the church, and put the focus on the demons he battled. I would be sure not to bring up the race issue. I would also be sure to use a photo of Dylann when he was young and happy to create further sympathy.

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