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I never saw any sympathy....
Mon Nov 6, 2017 1:25pm

And I would say it is not unreasonable to point out the religion of a RELIGIOUSLY MOTIVATED criminal. So, if a man is seen shouting "Allahu Akbar" while he commits a violent act it makes sense to address his religion. The same would apply if the man was killing folks while shouting, "In Jesus Name". Or if he was shouting, "Long live the fighters of Muad'dib."

And I would say it also certainly makes sense to point out the race of a RACIALLY MOTIVATED criminal. If a person is killing folks while talking about how he hates black folks, or white folks, or Asian folks, or Mexican folks, or etc, etc, etc... then his own race is certainly a valid subject.

But in this case, there is no evidence whatsoever that race played any role in the reality of the event. So, why is his whiteness so important to you when it apparently wasn't important to anyone involved.

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