Florida Man Killed For Using The 'N-Word,' State Lets Killer Go FreeChris Menahan
Jul. 11, 2017
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A black man killed a white man in Florida for using the "n-word," and the state just decided to drop all charges against the admitted killer.
Five years after West Palm Beach native David Grant was killed outside a Dunkin' Donuts in Broward County, his sister Carol Field was hoping justice would finally be served.
The state argued it didn't have enough evidence.Correction: that didn't mean he deserved to die in the Old America. In the New America, using the "n-word" is punishable by death.
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