'Race Riot Fears': House of Aussie Man Accused of Killing Aborigine Teen Thief Burned to the Ground

Black Lives Matter comes to Australia with a vengeance.
Chris Menahan

InformationLiberation
Sep. 18, 2016

Late last month, a race riot broke out in Australia because a white man allegedly rammed his truck into an aborigine 14-year-old boy he caught driving his stolen motorcycle.

Just last week, the man's home was burned to the ground.

From The Daily Mail:
The home of the man charged over the death of a young Aboriginal boy has been destroyed in a huge blaze following a suspected vigilante arson attack.

The Kalgoorlie property - which was being rented by the accused but was owned by a local man - went up in flames about 6.30pm on Thursday evening.

The fire came about three weeks following the death of Elijah Doughty, 14, who police allege was run down while on his motorbike about three weeks ago.
The home was left in smouldering ruins with the blaze causing more than $250,000 worth of damage.

Police questioned family of Mr Doughty over the blaze, NITV reported. No charges have been laid and Arson Squad detectives are investigating.
Here's video, it was a massive fire:



Police said not to "speculate or draw conclusions on the matter."
In a statement, detectives warned the public not to speculate on circumstances surrounding the sudden fire.

'No arrests have been made at this point and the public are requested not to speculate or draw conclusions on the matter and allow police to conduct the investigation,' the statement read.

'We remind everyone that comments made on social media that are considered racially motivated or that incite violence are being monitored by police and will be investigated.'
I'm sure it was pure coincidence.

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