Equal Justice — Under Obama?

I received the following article via email and thought it worthwhile sharing.  King Hussein makes it a point to make all white-on-black incidents national news.  However I would guess that you never heard of this shooting/murder..?

Focusing on people’s actions is much more important than their words.  Obama should have made several things clear to you by now..?


A Philadelphia man out for a walk last week was gunned down by three Black teens in cold blood. And when police found the man’s body, they made a heartbreaking find right next to it.

According to NBC Philadelphia, the three black teens got “bored” playing basketball and decided to go rob someone. After seeing one man with a large dog, and deciding not to rob him, they then saw 51-year-old James Patrick Stuhlman walking his terrier.

Stuhlman typically walked his dog with his 13-year-old daughter. But on the night of his murder, March 12, he had told her to stay home because it was getting dark out, which very likely saved her life.
As he walked down the street, Stuhlman, who owned a local landscaping company, saw three teens approach him. Then they grabbed and robbed him, and shot him once in the leg. They could have just taken his money and ran at that point. But they did not.
At one point, he did plead for his life,” Captain James Clark said Thursday at a news conference, according to the New York Daily News. “He said, ‘Please don’t shoot me, please don’t shoot me,’ and they still shot him one more time.
That second shot took his life.
So “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” really did happen — not in Ferguson — but in a Black-on-White capital murder in Philadelphia.
So can we expect Barack Obama and Eric Holder to demand a civil right investigation? Don’t bet on it.
On Thursday, 15-year-old Brandon Smith and a 14-year-old whose name has been withheld — because he is supposedly a “child” — were arrested by police. They said they decided to rob Stuhlman because his dog was smaller than their intended first target. The shooter, identified as Tyfine Hamilton, 15, is still at large. Philadelphia police consider him “armed and dangerous.”  Typically, the teens have all been in trouble with the law in the past.

Capt. Clark warned Hamilton at a press conference: “Get with your parent and turn yourself in before we come and get you…We know where you are.”
Philadelphia Police Lt. John Walker said that when police arrived at the scene Stuhlman was laying in a pool of blood and was already unresponsive. The family man still had his flashlight in his hand.
But  what police found next to him was heartbreaking. His dog was pawing him, sniffing at his face, and whimpering.
“The dog was lying next to him — appeared to be scared and in shock,” Walker said.
“His daughter goes for a walk with him almost every night,” added Clark. “For whatever reason, he said to her, ‘it’s a little late tonight I don’t want you walking with me.’ So in effect, he may have saved his daughter’s life.”
Smith has been charged in relation to the murder and is still in custody. But the unnamed teen was inexplicably just charged with robbery despite being an accessory to murder. Police are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Hamilton.
Author’s personal note: I don’t usually do this, but feel I must. The media is censoring this story. You know why. They made the Michael Brown fraud front page news for months. But they will bury this REAL “Hands up, Don’t Shoot” horror. It is up to you to share this article with everyone you know. We can bypass the media censorship and get the truth out there. Thank you. –BB

http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/3rd-Teen-Sought-in-Dog-Walker-Murder-Taken-Into-Custody-296993191.html

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