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ponedeljek, 17 januarja, 2022

A student shot and killed by black robbers in Philadelphia, U.S.A.

By A.S.

A student of Serbian descend living in the USA was shot and killed by black robbers while walking his dog in Philadelphia. One of the murder suspects was arrested, while the police are still looking for the second thug involved. Nevertheless, there was no public outcry by the mainstream media for another of many victims of black on white crime.

Milan Loncar, a 25-years old student, was walking his dog around 7 p.m. in the Philadelphia neighborhood Brewerytown when he was approached by two black robbers. They went through his pockets and seconds later shoot him. When the police arrived he was found in a pool of blood still holding the leash of his small dog in his hands.

The police have arrested one suspect so far a few days later. A 20-year old will be charged with murder, and the detectives are still looking for the second criminal.

While the mainstream media is quick to report every case of so-called racism against blacks in America, this murder of a young white man was hardly even noticed. There is no public outcry against black on white crime, which remains a taboo topic in American society.

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