Imagine you live in one of the most dangerous cities on Earth, full of daily reports of multiple shootings, robberies, home invasions. Imagine that you hear someone rattling around in your back yard at 2am. Imagine that, upon investigating, you find someone trying to get into your home. Imagine that you feel you have to defend yourself. Imagine that you use your firearm in that defense. Tough situation.
Well, that’s what happened to Merritt Landry, a (White) New Orleans city employee who defended his life and property against the latest second-rate Trayvon. Much is being made of the fact that little (black) Davie Coulter was “only 14” and is now a vegetable because Landry’s aim was so excellent. But here in New Orleans, the “poor little black angel” narrative is having a hard time sticking. Even the negroes here know better.
But that doesn’t mean the hustlers won’t try.
Just this past weekend, protesters showed up near Landry’s home to demand his indictment and conviction. The effort was led by Ray Brown, a local minister trying desperately to be a kind of poor man’s Al Sharpton. Said the Rev:
“I am totally, unequivocally for the indictment and conviction of Merritt Landry,” the Rev. Raymond Brown said. “He shot the child in the head, and he needs to be brought to justice. We don’t know what (Coulter) was doing, but he did not deserve to get shot in the head and sit around in a vegetative state.”
Hmmm. Well, I disagree. When you break the law–as Coulter was obviously doing–you “deserve” to be punished, And, in some cases, punishment comes faster than in others.
But in Toiletnation, blacks have become so brazenly pro-crime that the act of homeowner self-defense is protested openly and criminals defended whole-heartedly. And nobody in the local media seems to have the guts to point it out.
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