Nov 01, 2015

Black man arrested and charged in fires set at black churches | PJ Tatler

Schadenfreude's a bitch, isn't it?After several racial activists -- including the Southern Poverty Law Center -- suggested that a string of fires at black churches near St. Louis were the result of white supremacists egged on by mainstream conservative groups, St. Louis police arrested a man and charged him with two of the arson attacks and named him as a suspect in the others.The suspect, David...

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