Chocolate City career criminal Curtis Kyles had been charged with murder six - that's right, SIX - times, and yet he was let out once again, because the judge who sentenced him for his FIFTH murder conviction was a New York Times reader and an admirer of Charles Blow (the Times' professional angry black who now claims he's bisexual) and Nicholas Kristoff (the Times communist who wrote recently that he believes dogs go to heaven when they die, you can't make this shit up)...
This P.O.S was convicted five times for murder. FIVE ! And those were just for the murders where he got caught. He was even on death row and supposed to be made good a few years ago when a few white chicks from pre-law programs spent their summer breaks sending Innocence Project petitions to local lawmakers.
Just take a look at the snarling, prognathic snout of this filthy primitive beast, this P.O.S. that Society and the New York Times managed to convince should not only be allowed to walk amongst humans, it should also be given special privileges, such that innocent people would not be informed their whole lives long by the mainstream media anyways, about the dangerous nature of beasts such as Mister Kyles.
BUT IT GETS WORSE !!
Here is a photo of Kyle's victim, a sweet-looking ordinary young white woman who was never allowed to learn the truth about her killer and those of her killer's ilk, because Society and the New York Times did not want her to know, because that would be racist.
Do you get it yet?
What more do you need to know ?
Oh, well I guess a glimpse of Mister Kyle's killing apprentice might help to round out the picture here :
"Chicwanda". That alone should be a crime.
But these peoples have powerful advocates in the voices of Pinky Sulzberger and his well-paid pals.
The New Orleans Times Picayune is not as evil as the NYT - they would be if they could - but the Times Pic is nevertheless a predictably sickening bastion of hivemind groupthink PC pablum when it comes to anything even remotely approaching the subject of African't American't dysfunction and its victims.
That is why one had to read several paragraphs into this story before coming upon its most salient fact: namely the black-on-white hate-crime nature of this killing, and the countless other criminal acts that look like it that are NEVER mentioned because that would be racist.
The New York Times: "Spreading Far And Wide The Toxic Buzz Of Anti-White Hatred & Minority Uplift Since 1898"