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NEWS: Black Man Emotional After Calling The Police On The Black Woman Who Was Shot In Her Own Home

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James Smith says he thought police were going to knock on the door and check to see if his neighbor was OK. He never expected an officer would kill her.

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BConscience
BConscience 1 month ago

WAIT.. WTF!!! U mean HE was the caller??? As Daivd01 said,... Back n the day. THIS is what happens when U feminize R men.

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Shala Yisrael
Shala Yisrael 1 month ago

Very sad. I know he feels some guilt, because of what that savage did, but it damn sure wasn't his fault. He said he didn't have a weapon, so it's understandable why he was standoffish, about going to knock on the door himself. Back in the day we didn't have this problem and knew our neighbors and we had no problem going directly to each other. Integration was a disaster for us as a nation of people, in so many areas of life in this hell hole. ...smh

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David01
David01 1 month ago

I agree with your statement about integration. I grew up in Philly in the 60s. There were professionals like lawyers doctors teachers living in the same community with working class poor black folks. Everyone knew everyone on their block. It wasn't perfect but back people stuck together and supported each other. It was clear who the enemy was at that time and it wasn't us.

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David01
David01 1 month ago

I'm old enough to remember the days when you had your neighbors phone number but if you didn't you just knocked on their door you didn't call the police. He meant well but he will have to live with that for the rest of his life.

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