19 year-old Zachary Hammond was on a date with his girlfriend in South Carolina when he was shot dead by a police officer.
He was stopped for having 10 grams of marijuana, but was mysteriously shot in the back twice at point blank range by the arresting officer.
The police had two reports of this shooting; the first report, which was publicly released, never mentioned that Hammond was shot to death or that there was any shooting at all. The second report, which does detail the shooting, was never made publicly available.
The Washington Post said that “Hammond’s death has prompted numerous questions, few answers — and almost no national outrage.”
Eric Bland, an attorney representing Hammond’s family said that this shooting is being hushed up because the victim is White.
“It’s sad, but I think the reason is, unfortunately, the media and our government officials have treated the death of an unarmed white teenager differently than they would have if this were a death of an unarmed black teen,” Bland told the Washington Post. “The hypocrisy that has been shown toward this is really disconcerting.”
“The issue should never be what is the color of the victim. The issue should be: Why was an unarmed teen gunned down in a situation where deadly force was not even justified?”
“All people need to be outraged by this. All people need to be asking the hard questions.”
Only 25% of the victims of police shootings have been Black, but of the past few years, the media has completely ignored shootings of White people, to voice an anti-White narrative which casts White people as the ultimate evil.
We are living under an anti-White system where White people’s lives don’t matter as much as other people’s lives.
Anti-Whites have put this system in place by screaming words at people who disagree with them, and this has allowed them to proceed with a program of White genocide, where White neighborhoods are targeted and chased down for “diversity”.