by Catherine J. Frompovich, Activist Post:
One of the emails I received recently dramatically pointed out a dichotomy: There was a very serious mass shooting—17 victims shot—in the Bunny Friend Park in New Orleans, Louisiana, by a 32-year-old black man, Joseph “Moe” Allen in the latter half of November 2015—the 22nd, which the emailer can’t figure out why there was no Internet media uproar following the incident like we see when there are similar incidents involving Caucasian shooters. Rather interesting, too, it seems the alleged perpetrator fled a DWI checkpoint 2 days before the park shooting. Hmmm!
Here is The Times-Picayune story “New Orleans playground shooting suspect has long rap sheet.”
Another Times-Picayune story states “Not every mass shooting gets equal billing: Jarvis DeBerry” where some folks posed that very question.
On November 29th USA Today reported “Allen faces 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder, The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune reported.”
The New Orleans Advocate had a follow-up story “Mitch Landrieu: Bunny Friend Park shooting ‘domestic terrorism’; 10 of 17 injured under 21 years old” along with a chart illustrating the extent of injuries to those shot, their ages and there were 10 female and 7 males victims.
Ironically, on November 30, 2015 Sean Brown posted the article “There Was A Giant Mass Shooting NOBODY’S Talking About, Care To Guess Why?” at Mad World News.
In that article Brown makes this point,
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