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Where’s the media outrage?

Black man shoots Hispanic man in what is seemingly self defense. No media outrage? No pictures of the person who was shot as a child? Gee, what’s the difference?

9 Responses to “Where’s the media outrage?”

  1. breda Says:


  2. SayUncle Says:

    I suck at the internet.

  3. HL Says:

    I was afraid to click the link until you corrected the typo.

  4. Robert Says:

    Seems to me a bit different case as far as justification to use deadly force (as in, not as much, especially since police could not locate the so called “club”, and that the guy was carrying his gun gangsta style.), but yeah, where’s the outrage?

  5. BornLib Says:

    No winners in that mess.

  6. Cormac Says:

    “Most stand-your-ground laws grant a person who uses deadly force the presumption that he acted reasonably unless there is evidence to the contrary.”

    umm…would the lack of evidence (such as a club or bat) fulfill that requirement?

  7. Cargosquid Says:

    Hmmm…. shooter STILL inside car. Man with alleged club outside car, which did not hit car OR shooter. Shooter able to just drive away. Says he was in fear of getting hurt but not in fear of life TO POLICE. “In response to a follow-up question by investigators, Jude said he did not think Adkins would have killed them, but he thought Adkins was trying to hurt him.”

    They’re right. Why is this man not arrested?

  8. Grayson Says:

    The media outrage has been mercilessly kicked to death by the media self interest and the media hypocrisy.

  9. Brad Says:

    Ugh. Typical bad reporting from the anti-gun media. Just part of the left-wing propaganda campaign against self-defense.

    Neither the Florida shooting nor the Arizona case have anything to do with SYG laws. This USA Today story is another example where a reader ends up less informed after reading a story, because of all the misinformation the story contains.