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The Historic and Current Face of Murder in America

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You've seen the movies countless times and have been conditioned by mainstream media to fear that which you don’t understand.  All the while ignoring that which you know to be true but over look.    Who has been historically killing people and who continues to kill under the radar in America?  All because it’s too uncomfortable for many of us to suspect the guy in Dockers, crew cut and a polo shirt.  But ask yourself, who is walking into movie theaters, elementary schools, night clubs, churches,  place of business, college campuses and restaurants killing people?  Who is racking up victim after victim all the while being the "All American Kid or guy" only later to be discovered as a serial killer?  America is blind when it comes to recognizing   who commits mass murder in America.   It’s the guy that looks like the Brady Bunch Dad, the All American Father. YES there is black on black violence but more often than not it has a common thread connecting the perp to the victim.  Most mass murders carried out by white males involve multiple people that have no attachment to the suspect.  Let’s have this talk! Not to excuse or minimize black killers, we know there out there, society never lets us forget including those of us who do NOT kill people.  It’s time we take a look at who the historic leaders of mass homicide are in America...  Its not Al Qaeda, Isis, The Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Banditos, Hells Angels,.  The one who is under the radar.  The one everyone says "Oh I never would have thought.  Yep, hard talk but real talk. . I do not speak for the City of Waco, the Waco Police Department, the Officers, Civilian Employees or Citizens of Waco.  My opinions are based on my personal and professional observations. 

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