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PC : Robbing Hoods = good, so don’t call the police

July 4, 2007

 Some of our society are so ‘shaped’ by mainstream media they are incapable of making a decision on there own to “live for others”.  Whoever these “five” are . . . they are members of the ‘shaped’ and the ‘victim’ class of our PC society.  A PC (Politically Correct) society is easily offended, cringes whenever the Judeo Christian culture is expressed and revers Robbing Hoods and avoids their collateral damage as seen here.

Kansas Store Video Captures Five Shoppers Stepping Over Dying Stabbing Victim

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

WICHITA, Kan.  —  As stabbing victim LaShanda Calloway lay dying on the floor of a convenience store, five shoppers, including one who stopped to take a picture of her with a cell phone, stepped over the woman, police said.

The June 23 situation, captured on the store’s surveillance video, got scant news coverage until a columnist for The Wichita Eagle disclosed the existence of the video and its contents Tuesday.

Police have refused to release the video, saying it is part of their investigation.

“It was tragic to watch,” police spokesman Gordon Bassham said Tuesday. “The fact that people were more interested in taking a picture with a cell phone and shopping for snacks rather than helping this innocent young woman is, frankly, revolting.”

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Source: FOXNews.com – Kansas Store Video Captures Five Shoppers Stepping Over Dying Stabbing Victim – Local News | News Articles | National News | US News

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