Treating with respect those who help you is a trait shared by all civilized peoples in the world. Disrespecting such helpers shows a crisis of society’s values. If such a person is killed by those who received his help, it is a sure sign that the laws of the jungle have taken over the country.
That’s exactly what happened in supposedly the most civilized country in the world, the USA. A few days ago, the press reported the arrest of Deon Frasier, 17, and Michael Dupree-Tyler, 19, in connection with the murder of Chadwick Garrett, 45, all from South Carolina. The duo robbed and killed Mr. Garrett right after he helped them haul their vehicle out of a ditch. All three of them were black.
Yesterday, further details about the case emerged after the murderers appeared in court.
It was late evening when the two scumbags somehow got their Dodge Durango in a ditch. Garrett saw them and stopped his car there at 11 p.m. and offered to help them for $20. They agreed. After he removed the vehicle from the ditch, he inquired about the money. At that moment, Frasier pulled out gun and fired multiple shots at Garrett who soon died. Needless to say, the gun was stolen.
After that, both drove away to their apartment without any remorse. A witness who identified the car helped the police to track and arrest them.
Frasier has a long rap sheet of arrests for theft, burglary, and assault. At the time of the murder, he was free on $10,000 bail for possession of a stolen vehicle.
The victim, Chadwick Garrett, was an ordinary working man who lived with his family and have been working for years for a temporary staffing service providing skilled and unskilled labour. Apparently, permanent jobs for common people are quickly disappearing in South Carolina, as everywhere else.
The newspaper covers a conversation initiated by Chadwick’s father during the court hearing:
His father, Moses Garrett, spoke at the teens’ bond hearing with several family members behind him to show support.
“It’s so sad; these young babies here, they’re getting more and more terrible out there on the streets,” he said.
“You guys killed a man. Only cowards carry guns.”
Dupree-Tyler briefly responded to the family before being cut off by the judge. Frasier, whose hearing was after his co-defendant’s, tried to respond but was not permitted to speak.
“With all due respect to the family, they coming at me the wrong way because I haven’t murdered anyone,” Dupree-Tyler said.
Garrett said he took pity on the teens because of their age.
“I don’t think it was so much (a) robbery as it was hatred of your own brother,” he said, adding that he wished he could have had a better father.
It was well put – “hatred for your own brother” means complete breakdown of the moral code of a society.
Unfortunately, this will receive very little attention from the press and the elites. If one of the sides were a policeman or a white person, the usual suspects would have been all over the case. Obama, Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers will be frothing about the “unfair system”, “systematic racism” or the “nasty crackers” who mistreat the “brothas”.
Since all players here are black, the social justice warriors are not interested. For sure, none of these problems will be resolved in the foreseeable future…
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