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Monday, April 23, 2012

“Interracial Homicides a Low Number in Knox Area”

By David in TN

What is this Knoxville News-Sentinel story trying to say?

It starts out by hinting that it means Knox County only, but then calls it an 11-county area.
Although Knoxville was the site of one of the country's most notorious interracial double-killings in the past few years, the city's law enforcement members say they do not focus on race when it comes to homicides.

[N.S.: Since the national MSM refused to cover the Knoxville Horror, how could Knoxville possibly have been “the site of one of the country's most notorious interracial double-killings in the past few years”? Oh, yeah, now I remember—it was from people reading my exposés!]

And the statistics do not indicate a disproportionately serious problem here.

The torture, rape and killings of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom in early January 2007 and the ensuing convictions of four black men and a black woman brought a focus on this city. [Again, I ask: A focus from whom, besides me?]

N.S.: My journalistic forensics team has concluded that KNS editor Jack McElroy’s fingerprints are all over this story. Book ‘em, Dano!

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