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Police are Killing Native Americans at Higher Rate than Any Race, and Nobody is Talking About It

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Americans are up in arms right now over the near epidemic number of deaths of African-American at the hands of police, and rightfully so. African-Americans make up only 13 percent of the population, yet they are the victims in 26 percent of all police shootings. That is nearly 3 times the rate of whites.

The outrage by the #Black Lives Matter movement is founded in statistical evidence which shows that the system inherently and with extreme bias disproportionately targets blacks.

That being said, there is one group who no one is talking about that is targeted more than everyone else. The racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement is Native Americans. While Native Americans only make up 0.8 percent of the population, they make up 1.9 percent of all police killings.

According to a report by the Lakota People’s Law Project, 

Despite gaining citizenship rights in 1924, Native Americans have yet to see the day that they enjoy benefits of a nation which boasts “liberty and justice for all.”

Unsettling reports of unfair treatment towards Native peoples by law enforcement are not isolated incidents—rather they are endemic of a deeply discriminatory justice system. Native American men are admitted to prison at four times the rate of white men and Native women at six-fold the rate of white women. Additionally, Native Americans are the racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement.

Where is the outrage in the media for Native Americans?

It’s certainly not due to the lack of protests by the #NativeLivesMatter movement, as there are many of those. In fact, several of the Native American activists within the movement have been killed by police, causing even more outrage in the community.

 

Earlier this month, Native American activist, Rexdale W. Henry, 53, was arrested for failure to pay a traffic fine. Five days later, on July 14, Henry would be found dead in a Neshoba County, Mississippi jail cell.

Just days before Henry’s tragic death, another Native American woman was found dead in a jail cell. She was arrested for an alleged bond violation over a traffic charge. Sarah Lee Circle Bear was heard by her cellmates screaming for help prior to being found unresponsive in her cell.

On July 12, Paul Castaway, a Native American who suffered from schizophrenia, was gunned down by police. According to witnesses, he was holding a knife to his own throat during an episode when police shot and killed him.

Last December, 30-year-old Allen Locke was shot and killed by police, just one day after attending a protest against police brutality. Locke is a Native-American man who attended a #NativeLivesMatter rally that was being held locally.

Native American children are also victims of the state as a recent report from TruthOut pointed out earlier this month. According to the report, in South Dakota, Indigenous children make up 15 percent of the child population, but comprise more than half the children in foster care.

In order to profit off of the kidnapping of these children, South Dakota has claimed 100% of its foster children as ‘special needs’ for the past ten years in order to reel in extra money. The child “protective” system in South Dakota is incentivized by a $79,000 bonus per Native child. 

The situation is nothing short of modern day human trafficking and murder, yet the media is silent. Why?

The answer to that question is not a simple one. However, one potential aspect of why the media and the government do not address the disproportionate targeting of natives by the state, is that it’s not divisive enough.

The Black Lives Matter movement has been used by the government and MSM to stoke a level of divide which hasn’t existed in this country since the days of Jim Crow. This divide is a necessary function of controlled media and it’s an essential part of the state’s existence.

#NativeLivesMatter doesn’t foster the same divide, therefore it’s not important to the establishment. However, it is important to those of us who care about the suffering and death of our fellow humans.

The good news is that through the power of social media, together we can shed light on these injustices. By sharing these stories and the work of the Lakota People’s Law Project, we can help to change this paradigm.

  • Patricia Heath

    The reason Black Lives Matter works is because first of all, there are more of us. We are in the urban areas of just about every state. Second, we have that long standing feud with whites, and whites have so many stereotypical views of us. The get riled up when our issues are in the papers and on the news. That means they buy more papers and watch the news to see how things will play out. So the media plays it up. You have to find the thing that’s going to make white people sit up and pay attention. You have to find the thing that is going to strike a nerve with white people. And you must understand that this will not get you justice. It will bring attention to your plight, sure. But the killings and other injustices will continue, even the ones caught on video. That’s what’s been happening to us. Make a coalition with Black Lives Matter, poor whites and whoever else you can get with. That will make up for your numbers. That’s what the Black Panthers did. But that’s when the government started assassinating them, so be careful.

  • Roberto Cintli Rodriguez

    Yes. agree with much of the comment below. That is, it’s primarily a media issue. I have tracked this violence on this continent going back to 1492 against the red-black-popilations of this country. Here is a 15-minute video I compiled re this topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G2ZAwKOCKA&feature=youtu.be

    • Patricia Heath

      Just…wow. And at the end with the mass graves tho…

  • Elise Monroe

    They should join us in the fight.

  • Tom Codie

    Though all the deaths are tragic you missed some very important data points. A racial bias breaks down when you realize that African Americans contribute 50% of all homicides. It seems that with this information they would have more interaction with police and therefore a higher instance of death by police. It should also be pointed out that out of the 35 million encounters with police only around 20 thousand are reported as excessive force and out of those only 8% are substantiated. Less that 2000 people are abused by police a year. this is hardly a epidemic by any stretch of the imagination.

    • You still do not get it or wha this article is about

      • Tom Codie

        I get the article it still is not a epidemic.

        • Romi Elnagar

          Try going onto a “rez” sometime and maybe you will think differently. It would be an “opportunity” to learn.

          • Tom Codie

            I was born 20 minutes from Wounded Knee.

          • Chris Garcia

            So….Whats your point? You did not live on the Wounded Knee rez did you!

          • Tom Codie

            Wounded knees Rez? You apparently aren’t from around there.

          • Arkady Desmoulins

            I think Chris is saying that living near a site of a genocidal massacre isn’t the same as living on a ‘native’ ‘rez’. I’m making an assumption you’re a white male like myself, so we’re part of the dominant culture, everything is tilted in our favour. Though, I think you’re right in questioning the concept of an epidemic.

          • Tom Codie

            I am Sioux from the pine ridge reservation. There is no Wounded Knee reservation. Wounded Knee is a village in South Dakota. I pulled myself out of poverty to make a life for myself. My peers complained the system was rigged and drank and smoked their way to obscurity.

    • Tammy Jeanetta Scott

      I think you’ve missed an intrinsic piece of information Tom, the reason, or at least part of the reason that there are such high statistics for African American and Native American it is
      often because the police pick on minorities that they come in to
      contact with. The chances of a white man getting stopped and searched or
      questioned is much less likely that a black or Native American, there is
      clearly unfair bias there. Americans obviously have less respect for
      minorities; hence they committed genocide to claim Native American land
      as their own, on top of that forcing them to integrate into a society
      that see’s them as 2nd class citizens, and forcing them to speak English
      only and wear western clothing. If you don’t think that the wiping out
      of a nation of people, and then continuing to single them out and offer
      them less opportunities is an epidemic, then you my friend are sadly
      mistaken. Perhaps Native Americans are just a reminder to some Americans
      of the fact that their Nation was born of genocide? I hope they get the
      coverage and acknowledgement they deserve; the rest of the world is
      really starting to wake up to the awful inequalities that are so rife in
      America.

      • Tom Codie

        Every nation on earth was conquered. The inhabitants either assimilated or were slowly pushed out or overtaken. Tragic yes, but not unique. Now you have people who claim they are afforded no opportunities yet will not move to areas where opportunities exist. These people cluster in groups and in neighborhoods due to common ancestry. When there is crime in these areas the police will most likely run into criminals who have the same ancestry and therefore will have a higher percentage of interaction with them. Now when you actually look at the stats you find that per capita blacks commit more murders. And the majority of those are against other blacks. Same holds true for natives. You will also see that natives and others present as a couple percentage points. Maybe 10 people annually and that number is declining. When people truly want change they make that change for themselves. Do you want more opportunity. Either create a business where you are or move to where the opportunity exists. It is upon you to do it. Now none of this is meant to excuse abhorrent behavior from anyone. Prejudice exists everywhere. The police are not immune however to say all police are racist or that it is epidemic is woefully inaccurate.

        • Arkady Desmoulins

          Tom, I think the conquered/assimilation argument is complicated by culture. Us Brits were conquered by the Romans, Normans, Saxons, Dutch…but crucially these were all fellow Europeans. As I understand it, white Americans tend to feel proud that they’ve never been conquered, though this might just be the extremes of The Right. The European colonization of America, Australia or Africa brought with it not only a cultural difference but also a racial/ethnic difference. There is still a psychological apartheid it seems in the US between African and white Americans (as there is here in the UK very much between white and Southeast Asian) hence the problems with ‘assimilation’ and as others point out, the institutionalized racism (black and Hispanic Americans tend to get 10% longer sentences over whites, for instance) And by assimilation we’re talking the dominant ‘white’ culture. For the ‘Native Americans’ the barriers appear even deeper with the virtual ghettoization of ‘Natives’ (the same occurs in Australia with ‘Aborigine’). Assimilation is difficult if one’s culture is completely at odds with the dominant culture. While most of your argument appears perfectly reasonable, even though I don’t agree, but with respect, the part: “When people truly want change they make that change for themselves. Do you want more opportunity. Either create a business where you are or move to where the opportunity exists. It is upon you to do it” appears to be a bizarre ‘American dream’ fantasy. How do you do this without money? Without resources? How does one magically start up a business while relying on welfare just to survive? How does one move from, say a ‘reservation’? How does one afford a place to live outside of subsidized housing? This kind of stuff only happens in Hollywood movies or Republican nominees’ heads. As a European it’s hard to understand the American belief in meritocracy, if you work hard and believe then…kind of thing…For ‘native’ people it goes way beyond this into historical, social and cultural contexts too (unlike African Americans whose African cultural context may well have been lost many generations ago).

          • Tom Codie

            The thing that people who are self made have in common is that they want to work to better themselves. I am and native american. I have pulled myself out of poverty and moved to where a job was. I took it upon myself to learn. many of my peers complained of the system, drank and smoked and wallowed in their misfortunes. I have built my own business and created my own wealth. I did this without money. I just placed my immediate pleasure behind my long term goals. Welfare makes it easy for people to do nothing where doing nothing should be the hardest thing to do. You make changes incrementally you don’t just make it overnight. People have a tendency to want instant gratification rather than work. As far as assimilation and African Americans in the US. It is easy to claim there is unjust treatment. It is harder to actually find it. Blacks commit murder at a higher rate than Whites. They commit these crimes against other Blacks mostly. Most of the Blacks are multiple time offenders. When you take all of the other evidence for injustice and weigh it against the data of Blacks being arrested and jailed more and for longer periods of time you start to realize it is not a issue of persecution. It is a issue of a culture which nurtures criminal behavior. You do more time if you are a past offender. The culture can not be helped by welfare. The areas where crime is the greatest are areas where opportunity is perceived to be low. Now a way to get out of this is to promote opportunity. A 14 year old boy recently created a job for himself with nothing but a rake and trash bag. He now cleans up dog poo for others at their homes. This is a need in many places. Car washes, Lawn mowing, Dish washing, Cleaning, Yard work, this is the stepping stone to get out of poverty. Move up and continue to push ahead in life.

          • Faith Breaux

            Hi Tom! I have to agree with you that taking responsibility and working one’s way up from poverty is a choice that everyone should at least give a chance. Don’t get me wrong, I understand some people are placed in positions where they don’t have any options, but even then trying is something we all have to do–even if it fails. Many people give up due to social barriers built by discrimination, and economical constraints; from reading your post, it sounds like that was the path your peers had unfortunately went towards. I am sorry.

            I have seen this myself in New Orleans as well. Some underprivileged communities gave up due to a lack of educational and employment sources. They end up thinking there is nothing left to life, so just they just, “party on.” Some had abused the money that was given by FEMA after Katrina, and used it to buy thousands of dollars of fur coats and cruises, as if the government was just going to carry them forever. It was money that was meant to be saved for food and living expenses after their homes were flooded. I think there does come a time that even when the odds are against one, personal responsibility needs to be maintained. A 3rd of my family is African American, and the have degrees behind them because they work nearly seven days a week since middle school, and that’s coming up from being dirt poor. I agree, even if one has to move, don’t give up.

            However, as someone who has observed and read many academic sources regarding the subject of African Americans, I have to disagree with you that present unjust treatment towards them is hard to find, or that they commit more crime over all. The most crime I have observed was from upper to middle-class Caucasians, and have personally been in upper-class Caucasians communities where they were equally or more active in illegal drug trade and use than the underprivileged minorities. They never got in any serious issues with police (if ever,) and the local community just accepts it, or publicly denies it. I know this also from personal experience, since my ex-boyfriend was from such. After years of research, I am forced to believe such information that all African Americans have it equal in this country in regards to economic and social opportunity is propaganda at best. I would suggest reading the thesis by Ms. Reese, “The Criminal Disparity between African American and Caucasian Males: Police Use of Excessive and
            Deadly Force in the United States, 1991 – 2014.” That is in regards to police crime regarding African Americans vs Caucasians.

            http://commons.emich.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1996&context=theses

          • Tom Codie

            It does not show the race of the officers involved. If you are trying to show racism in the police force this is pertinent info to have. There is no equality anywhere. Equality only exists in a utopia. But everyone has an equal ability to use the opportunities they have.

          • Faith Breaux

            … I beg your pardon. Her thesis did in various areas, this includes specific pages 51 to 55, and onward.

            Also, I never implied that the world is about equality. As someone who studies social sciences to survive, I could never believe that with reviewing various situations of the past and now. Not to mention it is not possible with how human nature is unfortunately.

          • Tom Codie

            More current data shows much more parity in the numbers. The data she uses is cherry picked out of different reports and doesn’t show the whole story. It also shows incomplete data from earlier studies. Here is a sample of more current data. http://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/cpp08.pdf

          • Faith Breaux

            Many references using legitimate sources and situations that were proven to be a trend in our country does not equal cherry picking, and that is a view of academic research that is harmful. Looking at the sources of that website you shared, it is not “more current,” as it is data from a span of 1991, to 2008; while Ms. Denise’s was from 1991-2014. more importantly, I read the BJS PDF you posted, and it was a highly controlled study that was tailored with limitations, as pg 19-20 further supports. If you read the thesis I posted, it was not intended as anything of such. The examples there were actual situations based on an anthropology approach. Many African citizens were unarmed, and if they had shown any aggression whatsoever, it didn’t warrant excessive restraints–deadly or not.

            That BJS study was highly controlled interactions between citizens and survey officials. “Resident opinion on police behavior,” by anyone will not be sincere to naturally show a face to officers and the public. It would not even be close to being composed of the same social dynamics of actual events. There is no fair comparison when mutually agreed on and mindfully selected individuals who were, “asked to provide detailed information on their most recent contact with police during the previous 12 months.” (pg-20.) is used.

            As we can see here from the PDF’s page: Presents findings from a nationally representative survey of nearly 60,000 residents age 16 or older about their contact with police during the 12 months prior to the interview. Interviews were conducted between July 1, 2008 and December 31, 2008 as a supplement to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS). This report offers detailed information on face-to-face contacts with the police, including the reason for and outcome of the contact, resident opinion on police behavior during the contact, and whether police used or threatened use of force during the contact. The report describes the demographic characteristics of residents involved in traffic stops and incidents in which the police used force. It also provides comparative analysis with prior survey findings.

            A carefully selected 60,000 of (a controlled study) has nothing on the numbers of generations and various situations to this present day that were actual events.

            I cannot tell you how it irks me when controlled experiments are substituted for the complicated dynamics between human to human interaction. It is not only a misapplication of science, but an insult to the intelligence of any reader who is genuinely interested in facts. This is a prime example of why I take data from governmental sources regarding social issues lighty, and op for taking an anthropology and sociology approach to survive and understand human matters. It doesn’t dehumanize people by reducing them to a socially controlled and limited survey approach.

            I read and listen to Noam Chomsky’s work as well. One issue I can see is that our country’s structure of government is founded on racism, and its modern form of it feeds off of encouraging the public to exercise “Intentional ignorance.” This means we should deny there are any racially bias systems, or systems that are corrupted at their head-departments. That, or be judged as ‘throwing the race card.’ Or, ‘too busy blinded by history.’ This is equally as toxic as conspiracy theorist rants I also painfully come across.

            I can also see you as a ‘minority,’ that there is the possibility you would be posting words that support denying any trends or systems of discrimination by use of constructed data as a means building relations with those that run systems of power. This would give you a wider window to be successful in business. Maybe your views are required for you to survive, and if that is the case, so be it. I still respect you; however, for me–it would be nothing short of an intellectual crime against people and social situations I have observed throughout the years, and that is one of many reasons I cannot agree with this trend of denial.

            I have listened to many personal stories of African Americans in many upper, middle and underprivileged communities throughout a few states I have lived in. I as well observed how a 3rd of my family was treated for being African American, vs the “white” and Asian. Tom, no government based agenda-driven data that’s crafted to literally influence and maintain an image is going to tip me to consider forgetting all I have observed. If you don’t believe me, you can talk to a close friend of mine who is apart of the upper-class Caucasian demographic, and a high ranking army official at that. He has told me his experiences with how the government works, and many communities during his world travels being deployed. Things I wish I didn’t know, but glad I do to make better choices for my own life.

            Another critical issue also is the problem of how difficult it is to prove statistics on incidents regarding African Americans/other minorities vs Caucasians using any western-sourced data. A vast number of incidents regarding colored people do not get reported or recorded, vs issues between Caucasians being the victim of other groups which are recorded often. The only non-agenda sources I can find are academic related, since anthropology researchers have not only money, but personal and business credibility to lose using properganda, or agenda based highly controlled data. There are always ‘bad apples,’ here and there, but how those approach and present findings can be obvious.

          • Tom Codie

            You do realize that the report I posted was used as source data for the article right? I mean I posted it to show that she cherry picked the data from it and if you read the whole report the outlook is not a bleak as what is described.

          • Tom Codie

            The data shows very little racial bias is currently going on. If you look at the data as a whole you can see that the major factor in the use of force is your attitude towards the officer.

  • Krissi Healy

    This is so sad. Thank you for bringing this story to light. I struggle with the upheaval in our current day, and I am a believer in statistics. What can I do, as a common citizen, to help?

  • Incorrect. Quit bending the stats. PER PEOPLE KILLED, Whites are killed more by cops. That’s how you do it. not based on the population.

  • Anna

    That’s terrible and I was not aware of it. Whenever there is a police shooting black people march they make videos go viral. We have BLM because of all of the police brutality. They have to speak up for themselves.

  • Rick McCallister

    The 15-19 age group is completely missing for Native Americans, in the report linked by this story. If we’re trying to do an apples-to-apples comparison, we need the information for Native Americans from 15-19.

    As it stands right now, the overall percentage is close enough that a large deviation in that single data point makes a big difference. We’re only averaging over 4 figures here per race, that’s a massive point not to include.

  • Maya R

    What other people classified as a “Race” don’t understand is that when we speak about black injustices we’re really talking about all people of color. Unfortunately other people of color don’t really think of us as their brothers and sisters, the sad part is that they are prejudice against us as well.

    • Robin

      ALL people are brothers and sisters, so I’m white and the enemy? So it’s everyone against whitey? That sounds more like an epidemic against white people. And I’ve experienced it so I really don’t want to hear any lip. Too young, too white, a girl, blah blah blah. Color, white is a color. My best friend for a spell was black, her other friends didn’t much like me, I had no color.

      • Maya R

        Ummmm actually Robin you/your race weren’t/wasn’t even a factor in my comment. I was speaking of other people of color. I’m not your child so me giving you “lip” is not even possible. Furthermore if it were everyone against whitey on my end then that would mean that I was against my grandfather, my sister, my sister-in law and my nieces and nephews. Now how much sense would that make? Lastly, RACIST white people are the only white people I take up issue with.

  • ConsciouBlkMAN

    I don’t like it. I think the article puts natives against blacks instead of dealing with this crisis that the white power structure is putting on native peoples. Also. Native Americans who live in the “RESERVATION” are experiencing different things than Natives living in the general populations. They are not always “NATIVE” looking and self identifying as people of color (similar to Hispanics). This is quite different for African Americans. With that said, instead of writing articles that accuses blacks for getting “TOO” much attention, you should focus on the people you “SUPPOSEDLY” care about. It makes you sound like a DIVIDER and putting NATIVES against blacks. It is a RACIST tactic that many whites used to cause people of color to fight each other instead of addressing white racism and supremacy.

  • ConsciouBlkMAN

    If the author of this article really cared about Natives, he/she would have listed Native organizations that is trying to deal with this issue. That way outside black and white activists would be able to form alliance with them. But this article was not written to address the issue, but to cast blame on African Americans. This is definitive how white supremacist do things.

    • Romi Elnagar

      Why don’t you dig up the names of those organizations yourself and help instead of just sitting around nitpicking?
      And BTW, your idea that this article about casting blame on African Americans shows how little of it you understood.

  • Alan Chandler

    I thought the police on the reservation were Natives? Instead of enforcing drug laws the government should put their resource into treatment and education.

  • RichardfromEngland

    Having seen Sheriff Clark’s views in some video clips, it would appear that Black lives matter isn’t as honest as it may seem.

    As for Natives, they are the biggest losers in the last few centuries, and most Americans don’t care about them.

    Some have the casino business, so there is some progress. But culture and law for Natives is something a lot want.

  • Jordan

    Natives are the filth of society. The government gives the endless supplies of money and they spend it on drugs and alcohol. They deserve to be murdered

    • Faith Breaux

      Your post is an example of the mentality of this country’s ruling class. I have personally witness upper-class Caucasians making six figures a year more active in illegal drug trade and use than underprivileged communities. Why is that?

      My ex-boyfriend was from one of these aristocratic communities, and most of this immediate family died from overdosing on various types of illegal drugs, alcohol and pain-pills to get high. Why is it they never got in hardly any serious issues with the local police or community? When his mother died to an overdose, no one in the community talked about it as if she died naturally. Do they and others as them also “deserve to be murdered?”

      Not to mention the government does not give them enough, and the abusers of drugs do not represent the majority–past or present.

      The types who share your mentality orchestrated the genocide of millions of Natives, and demonized their culture while raping their women. That discrimination dictates any and all present issues. You see that minority of the group you and others purposefully focus on abusing drugs? They do it because your mentality of people removed any options of making a decent life without constantly having to face a lack of options. I don’t believe in giving up and running away from problems by going into drugs, but I can see why some do give up.

      • Jordan

        TLDR – Natives are scum. You are an apologist and a c**t

        • Faith Breaux

          Thank you for proving my previous research correct. Actually I am more like an anthropologist who studies various societies and science to survive. The “TLDR” goes along with the mentality many westerners have online, since there is a movement online against critical thinking. Providing information that can be legitimately supported makes a person a “cunt” with people of your agenda. This is why Trump has so many supporters after his equally racist arguments as yours, because America’s ruling culture is established by people that reflect your words. We can see many who follow your agenda feel overwhelmed whenever someone engages in a fair argument–It is sad all you can do is only harm your image by reducing to juvenile name-calling.

          • Jordan

            TLDR – natives are still scum and you are still a c**t for being a native apologist

          • Faith Breaux

            That is very unfortunate you express that it is too difficult for you to read short messages. You missed all my points, and don’t understand anything I wrote, so why do you reply? You are desperate to maintain this delusional ideal of me being a, “native apologist.” I suppose it’s easier to demonized than to think.

          • Jordan

            Go play with your chief, dumb c**t

          • Faith Breaux

            What is this “chief” you speak of? My boyfriend is Caucasian, and my family does not have any Native Americans. I also don’t know anyone who is Native American. Who are you referring to?

            Also what do you mean “play?” Between classes and work, it is 15 hours a day six days a week, I do not have time for games.

          • Kathy Myers

            This guy writes like an illiterate redneck, and all he can do is just call everyone a “cunt” who he cannot understand. He doesn’t even know how to read like a real redneck. He is “delusional.” so you are just wasting your time writing to him like a human being. Look at his comments, you see he is not (mentality) human.

          • Jordan

            Go throw some spears and drink some lysol

          • Kathy Myers

            Asians don’t do that you illiterate redneck. Next time you are in a hospital, and she is saving your life, lets see you talk your coward bullshit like this again. LOL!

          • Kathy Myers

            You write like a Trump ass-kisser, or the next ISIS member. Scumbags like you can’t even read, so you probably cannot even hold a job. Go back to cleaning your mother’s basement.

          • Kathy Myers

            While you’re at it, use that “lysol” to clean. LOL!

          • Jordan

            I will gently lower my testicles onto your mothers forehead tonight and treat her like the c*mdumpster she is.

          • Kathy Myers

            That’s the best you got? My mother passed away when I was born, so I guess you’re into necrophilia. Thanks for letting me and readers publicly know! Hey, you rednecks love having sex with your brothers, sisters and cousins, so why not necrophilia too? 🙂

          • Jordan

            Soo, you were responsible for killing your mother? How do you live with yourself? You pretty much murdered your mother… You are a terrible daughter – does your dad hate you because you killed his wife?

          • Kathy Myers

            Ah looks like the illiterate redneck is back. Being sick doesn’t make me or anyone responsible, but seeing how anti-science you all are, I’m better off talking to a wall.

          • Kathy Myers

            Totally not creative man, just “dumb” without logic, or supporting my post, That is boring. I guess I hurt your feelings or you gave up. Go back to the name-calling, you were doing better with that, It was more fun.

          • Kathy Myers

            Does your “mother” and “father” hate you because you clearly want sexual gratification in defacing the graves of total strangers, like a savage animal? How about you’re a racist that cannot even read beyond basic writing? At least I can live with both a loving father being proud of me, and my mother would be too. You on the other hand? Who knows, since they’re probably your cousins, really you have no parents. Rednecks only fuck around like rabbits, and don’t give a shit about their kids, so really I feel sorry for you. Poor doggy… 🙂

          • Faith Breaux

            If he’s not trolling, it’s psychotic he would think an infant can consciously murder their own mother during birth. Even that a man should hate his own child for an ill wife passing away to excessive physical stress. Talk about unnatural; I guess that means we should all hate our own children for anything that goes wrong with our mates? We human beings are a strange species. It’s reading comments like this that reminds me of why I gave up understanding many people.

            Although, I do admit I find your story questionable.

          • Kathy Myers

            Does your dad hate you because you prefer fucking corpses and pissing on graves sites like a dog due to sexually starving? There are plenty of redneck women out there, so don’t feel like you’re alone! DON’T GIVE UP! http://www.whitetrashdates.com/

          • Jordan

            My dad was the one that taught me the art of urinating all over corpses. It is called parent bonding 🙂
            But, too bad you cant enjoy that with your mother, since you killed her.

          • Faith Breaux

          • Jordan

            Don’t you mean – “Keep going, still have *bannock* left..”

          • Faith Breaux

            Actually, I had to look that one up, lol! Sorry, I’m ignorant of most cooking outside of Fillpina, Japanese and Korean dishes back home here. I do need to explore more types of food.

          • Faith Breaux

            Huh… For someone who hates the Natives of America so passionately, you sure seem to know a lot more intamate cultural things about them like their food—unlike the common person who doesn’t care and hates them would never bother. Or, like in my case, never was exposed to, or thought to look it up. Ether it’s a “know your enemy” thing, or you’re quick with Google.

          • Kathy Myers

            Wow, I REALLY triggered you, LOL!

          • Jordan

            At least i didnt ‘pull the trigger’ on my mother! hahahahahahaha

          • Kathy Myers

            At least I wasn’t the reason my mother died, so goes to show how stupid you are for getting your feelings so freakin’ hurt—you had to use a tactic of pseudoscience claiming an infant can commit conscious murder against the being that helped developed their functioning form. LMAO!

          • Kathy Myers

            Oh wait, that’s right, God is the reason all life comes into the world you rednecks say?

            Oh wait, you’re into necrophilia, so it’s actually Satan. OH SNAP!

          • Kathy Myers

            Here, I’ll be a nice bitch for a change, and help you feel better. It’s the right thing to do.

          • Kathy Myers

            Hi readers! Jordan is going to attempt to have an orgy with my mother’s over-20s-years old-corpse from the grave, and his mother too! I can see his fellow rednecks drooling right now.

          • Jordan

            I am gonna urinate all over her cheap grave site.

          • Kathy Myers

            A dog does what a dog is. Down boy, down!

          • Kathy Myers

            Come on, bring it on! What, did you ran away and block me? Too busy trying to Google my mother’s grave site I guess… Oh well then, good luck Jordan! 🙂

          • Jordan

            Grave site? Damn, i am going to have to skullf**k her then… This is going to be interesting. Maybe i will change her tombstone to read “This b!tc# just got skullf**ked”

          • Kathy Myers

            I love how you perfectly supported one of my post, LOL! Oh come on! You need to be more creative than that! Don’t support my post. Boring!

  • Jon

    The author is lying check FBI statistics.
    White people are killed more than all other races.
    They’re using independent researches rather than the information collected from the department of vital statistics by the FBI.