DOJ’s BLM Instigators at it Again
Race baiters on Twitter are trying to use a black teen’s suicide to further fuel their racial divide of America.
The Piedmont Park Hanging Was Not a Lynching
A Black teen was found hanging from a tree in Piedmont Park.
The police ruled that there were no signs of a struggle or foul play but SJW on Twitter are blaming the KKK and racism. Maybe the actual racists are the ones who see only race in everything they look at. Think on that for a while.
Supposedly this is a common meeting place for the KKK… I wonder where they get their info.
Stop falling for bullshit and do some research. The people who are actually in charge are much worse than the KKK will ever be.
Enjoy the ignorance
— Iman (@__impm) July 7, 2016
This needs to be investigated properly. No one would hang themselves in a park #PiedmontParkHanging
— eoghan (@KingEoghan) July 7, 2016
Here is an instigator referencing this picture of murderers being hung as if it was a racial lynching.
— Taylor-Dior Rumble (@xo_TDR) July 7, 2016
Black people don’t hang themselves from trees; try again #PiedmontParkHanging
— Mari, MPH (@Glam_Mari) July 7, 2016
Here’s the Actual report on what happened
Thursday on social media, the story of a body found hanging from a tree in Piedmont Park started circulating. Twitter users expressed outrage, some calling it “another modern-day lynching.”
Atlanta police say that is not the situation at all, confirming the body found was the victim of a suicide.
Officers were called to the Charles Allen entrance of the park just before 5 a.m. and discovered a man’s body hanging from a tree by a rope, spokesman Donald Hannah said.
Emergency officials arrived on the scene and pronounced the man dead, Hannah said.
“There were no discernible signs of a struggle or foul play,” Hannah said. A “Fulton County medical examiner concurred that the death was consistent with a suicide.”
The investigation is ongoing. An autopsy will be performed to determine the final cause and manner of death.
The man’s name has not been released.