I Bet Many Members Haven't Heard Of This Black On White Atrocity

The Gruesome Story of a Murdered Tennessee Couple You May …

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Aug 13, 2013 · The Gruesome Story of a Murdered Tennessee Couple You May Have Never Heard – But That You Will Never Forget.

This crime & all it’s nightmarish details should have made worldwide banner headlines. It was all but squashed. The media should hang it’s head in shame. But if this horrific crime were reversed, well, NEED I SAY MORE?

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I remember this atrocity well; it made the front page & ran for weeks CNN - 3 whites indicted in dragging death of black man in …

www.cnn.com /US/9807/06/ dragging.death .02/index.htmls.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is my philosophy: Report “it all”, regardless of who is involved, & report the details; OR REPORT NOTHING.

Digging up a seven year old story to keep the race baiting going…

I remember this well, the biased media made sure the country was well informed. But this, I found out about by accident. Go figure. The Gruesome Story of a Murdered Tennessee Couple You May …

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Aug 13, 2013 · The Gruesome Story of a Murdered Tennessee Couple You May Have Never Heard – But That You Will Never Forget.

Can we at least try to be honest about media double standards. It’s as obvious as being struck by lightening.

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Speaking of race baiting, what’s Sharpton been up to lately. Hypocrisy in fucking spades. I’m still waiting for Sharpton & all the other pillars of the black community, to bring these documented facts to the public eye. I won’t hold my breath. Top 10 Black Slaveowners - Listverse

https:// listverse.com /2017/06/06/ top-10-black-slaveowners--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And this, Uh Oh - Nobody on this list has affected the history of slavery quite as much as Anthony Johnson. He is rumored to have been the first black man to arrive in Virginia as well as the first black indentured servant in America. He was also the first black man to gain his freedom and the first to own land. As a true pioneer of firsts, Johnson couldn’t stop there. Ironically, he became the first black slave owner, and it was his court case that solidified slavery in America.

In 1635, Johnson was freed and given a 250-acre plantation where he was master over both black and white servants. In 1654, Johnson sued his neighbor in a case that would change America’s history forever. Johnson’s servant, John Casor, claimed he was an indentured servant who had worked several years past the terms of his indenture for Johnson and was now working for Johnson’s neighbor, Parker. Johnson sued Parker, stated that Casor was his servant “in perpetuity,” and the courts ruled in his favor. Casor had to return to Johnson, “and the case established the principle in America that one person is able to own another person for the rest of their life”.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ How very strange, we never hear black leaders mentioning this fact.

Yep, there’s far too much of it. Don’t be a contributor to it Jim.

Seven year old story??? :man_shrugging:

350 + year old story; but damn, does it carry weight. The precedent in court for lifetime slave ownership was set by a black man who owned slaves. I guess that’s enough to make my point.

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