I will post updates in this thread as I learn more about this story:
(1) Apparently, Carter Strange would have died, if he had not be found when he was.
(2) The parents figured their son had been robbed because the stupid gangbangers were making calls to strange numbers on his cell phone.
Racial differences in intelligence are a bitch: how do you suppose they got busted? The police called the stolen phone and tracked them down.
(3) The mother doesn’t know if it was a hate crime. Not really surprising. They probably attacked him because he was tall and skinny and alone.
(4) Tyheem Henrey is an unemployed high school drop out with a criminal record. Who knew?
(5) His mother either doesn’t know or doesn’t care that her son is a criminal.
(6) In order to avoid getting angry, I will try to find the humor in this heinous crime: there is a renewed call for a “curfew” in Columbia.
Hold on a minute.
Carter Strange, who wasn’t a threat to anyone, was on his way home to live under his parent’s curfew. The only reason you would need a curfew is to get black teenagers off the streets in the summer.
That is because their black parents who live in the projects don’t care what their thug offspring are doing at night. Oh wait, I am guilty of assuming that black teenagers like Tyheem Henrey have two biological parents.
Their real two parents are the government and the taxpayer. Their foster parents are police officers. Their long term caregiver is the South Carolina state penitentiary system.
(7) This is only the latest in a series of robberies and assaults in Five Points. I wonder who is responsible for those?
(8) The Columbia Chief of Police is “baffled” that 13-year-old black kids would be roaming the streets at night: there is nothing to be “baffled” about here, as there is virtually a 100 percent chance he doesn’t have a father.
(9) A “curfew” wouldn’t do anything about the 18 to 35 year old black thugs who are responsible for most of the assaults and robberies in South Carolina.
Has anyone else noticed that Tyheem Henrey has more than a passing resemblance to Alvin Greene – the 2010 HNIC Democratic Senate candidate – who got over 80 percent of black vote in South Carolina voted on election day?
Update: The black gang is being charged under South Carolina’s anti-lynching law: will the NAACP intervene on the behalf of the Columbia 9?
This could be the beginning of the 21st Century Civil Rights Movement.