"What Can Be Done For This Man to Feel Like He Don't Need to Loot Again?"

Chris Menahan
Aug. 18, 2020

What can society do to make a 20-year-old black man who filmed himself breaking into an ATM during the Chicago riots last week feel like he doesn't "need to loot" again?

That's the question "Korporate," the brother of self-described civil rights organizer Ja'Mal Green, posed in a video Green shared Monday on Twitter.


"I know what I did was f**ked up," Arron Neal said, "and I'm owning up to it and I'm trying to find ways to better myself so I won't have to do that again, so I don't have to be out there looting again."

"Feel me?" Neal said.

Neal was arrested on Saturday morning and hit with felony charges.

From CWB Chicago:
Prosecutors charged Neal with felony burglary and felony criminal damage to property. Judge David Navarro set his bond at $1,000.

"I apologize," Neal said as Navarro summarized the allegations against him.

Neal turned himself in after police contacted his grandmother. He allegedly admitted to hammering on the cash machine and making the Facebook Live video. The ATM is a total loss and will cost $2,315 to replace, according to prosecutors.

Two other men are seen helping with the ATM attack at 875 North State, but police did not announce any charges against them. At least, not yet.
Now we wait to see if Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx will just let him off in the name of social and racial justice.

After all, as a leader of BLM Chicago said in the aftermath of the riots last week, looting is just "reparations."

Perhaps, as the founder of BET suggested in the wake of the George Floyd looting spree, the Treasury needs to be looted of $14 trillion before folks like Neal can start feeling whole!

It's time to dig deep into your pockets for victims of systemic oppression like Neal, America!

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