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White people are afraid they'll be called a racist so they keep quiet

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To The Daily Sun,

The incident that happened in Claremont, N.H. regarding the 8-year-old biracial boy is disgusting. I can't help but be reminded of an incident that happened in 2011 in Manchester. A 12-year-old White girl was attacked and punched in the face at school and on the school bus. The punches were so violent they knocked her teeth out, making her mouth gush with blood. The boys who attacked her were Black and they told her they were going to "(mess) her face up so she isn't pretty anymore." According to the girl's mom nothing happened to the boys afterwards. I don't remember there being much of an outcry in the White community and I do not remember any sort of rally. Why is that I wonder? Answer? Because White people are afraid to be called a RACIST.

Why is there no outcry in the White community about the insanely high crime rate in the Black community?.

Ryan J. Murdough

Tilton