He, as all white liberals must, finds no fault in black criminality.
Obviously, something must have been a catalyst for this life of criminality, with the usual culprit being some form of "white person," or "legacy of slavery/Jim Crow/white supremacy."
|Michael E. Miller, a writer for the Washington Post: Questions the morality of homeowner who dared use a gun to kill a black male who was trying to burglarize her private property|
In the case of Trevon Johnson, a black criminal, Miller blames the homeowner for daring to defend her property. [A Miami woman killed a teen burglar as he fled her home, police say. Should she be charged?, Washington Post, 3-15-16]:
Gwendolyn Jenrette can be forgiven for putting security cameras around her modest Miami home. She lives in Liberty City, a high-crime neighborhood in a high-crime town. Her low-slung duplex backs onto the railroad tracks and has been targeted in the past.
She can also be forgiven for racing home when, on Thursday afternoon, her security system alerted her to another break-in at the property.
But can she be forgiven for, according to police, fatally shooting a teenager as he fled her house, even as officers were on their way to help?
That is the question now facing the state’s attorney’s office.
Seventeen-year-old Trevon Johnson died Thursday night after Jenrette shot him once as he allegedly fled the scene of the home invasion, according to Miami-Dade police. There have been no indications that Johnson was armed.
The slaying of the teenage burglary suspect was reported triumphantly by local television station WSVN, which said Jenrette had “turned the tables” on Johnson.
“Police say this would-be robber chose the wrong home because this homeowner did more than just call the cops,” reported WSVN’s Brandon Beyer. “She had a gun.”
But Johnson’s family said the young man didn’t deserve to die over mere property, which they said he hadn’t even taken.Trevon Johnson's family had something quite interesting to say about their dead family member: how else will he procure currency to exchange for accouterments if he can't be afforded the right to steal? [Homeowner Shoots, Kills Teen Burglary Suspect, CBS Miami, 3-11-16]:
Relatives of a 17-year-old are angry the teenager was shot and killed by a homeowner who police say was protecting her property.
The sister of the teen who died identified him as Trevon Johnson. She said he was a student at D. A. Dorsey Technical College.
“I don’t care if she have her gun license or any of that. That is way beyond the law… way beyond,” said Johnson’s cousin Nautika Harris.
“He was not supposed to die like this. He had a future ahead of him.
Trevon had goals… he was a funny guy, very big on education, loved learning.”
On Thursday, police say Johnson burglarized a home south of 79th Street near I-95 — just blocks away from where he lives.
The 54-year-old woman told police her surveillance system alerted her to the break-in of her home. She said she rushed home and found the teen climbing out of a window.
“She observed a subject leaving the home through the rear,” said police Det. Dan Ferrin.
Miami-Dade police said there was a confrontation and shots were fired. Police said they were on scene seconds after the shooting and gave CPR to the teen. Johnson was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
“What’s wrong with her,” asked Johnson’s sister Nisha Johnson. “She did not have to shoot him.”
“It’s no reason she should have waited until I think he walked out the yard to try to shoot him,” said Harris. “If she called the police already why would she shoot him?”
Relatives said they don’t believe Johnson stole anything from the home but detectives would not confirm that.
“You have to look at it from every child’s point of view that was raised in the hood,” said Harris. “You have to understand… how he gonna get his money to have clothes to go to school? You have to look at it from his point-of-view.”Strangely, Miller left the last quote out of his piece canonizing the recently deceased Trevon.
America is irredeemable.
Nautika Harris', Johnson's cousin, attempt to rationalize Johnson's burglarizing of private property is just one example in an ever-growing list detailing not only how freedom failed, but ultimately describing America's future.