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This might make me lose some followers, so be it.
Does anyone remember this girl? Probably not, but she was murdered in 2012 by two teenagers. Why? They wanted to steal parts from her bicycle. Strange though, I don’t remember seeing the Miami Heat riding bicycles on to the court. I don’t remember seeing any celebrities putting pink streaks in their hair.
The two teens could have easily pushed this girl off her bike and taken it, getting what they wanted. Instead they chose to beat a defenseless 12 year old girl to death and stuff her body in a trash can. One of the murderers is such a complete and utter SCUMBAG that he went to her memorial vigil praying for her safe return and “liked” the Facebook page created for her. Since everyone else is using the race argument the last couple days, enjoy this:
These were two black teenagers that willingly chose to brutally end a 12 year olds life (official causes of death were blunt force trauma and strangulation). She was beat and then strangled until she took her last breath. An innocent 12 year old girl went through an enormous amount of suffering because two wanna be thugs wanted to steal her bicycle.
Where is the justice in the national media? I don’t remember seeing any celebrities showing support. I must have missed the event where Lil Jon wore his “Justice for Autumn” shirt.
If the skin colors were reversed in this incident, Jesse Jackson and the NAACP would have swarmed south Jersey crying “hate crime” until they were blue in the face, but since that’s not the case here, you probably haven’t heard about this case, that happened in October 2012. You didn’t hear about two teenagers luring a girl who was friends with one of her soon to be killers to their house. You didn’t hear about a clear cut case of the 1st degree murder of a 12 year old girl…. somebody’s daughter… somebody’s sister… someone’s classmate who won’t be joining them in 7th grade in September.
Why? Because the media doesn’t want you to. There is more money to be made in overhyping a murder trial where someone is claiming self defense than a little girl’s body in a trash can…. but I guess that’s just the world we live in.
You don’t have to like this.
You don’t have to reblog this.
But hopefully you read it.
Hopefully it opened your eyes.
RIP Autumn Pasquale
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books that make more sense:
- A Guide to Speaking English, by Sofia Vergara
- A Guide to Not Dying, by Dean Winchester
- A Guide to Making Friends, by Sherlock Holmes
- A Guide to Pop Culture Movie References, by Castiel
- A Guide to Dancing, by Stephen Hawking
- A Guide to Singing, by Helen Keller
- A Guide to Driving, by London Tipton
- A Guide to Being Stupid, by Bill Nye
- A Guide to Abstinence, by Tiger Woods
need i go on
- A Guide to Healthy Relationships, by Taylor Swift
- A Guide to News Reporting by Fox
- A Guide to Being Gay, by Straight People
- A Guide to Being Poor, by Bill Gates
- A Guide to Presidency, by Mitt Romney
- A Guide to Being Funny by Seth MacFarlane
A Guide to Being the Best Blog on Tumblr, by TheAbsoluteMostFunniestPosts
- A Guide to Not Losing Companions, by The Doctor
- A Guide to Feminism, by Glenn Beck
- A Guide to Building Bridges, By Bowser
A Guide to Successful Revolutions, by Enjolras
- A Guide to Narcissism by Benedict Cumberbatch with a foreward by Tom Hiddleston
- A Guide to Safe and Christian Language by Martin Freeman
A Guide to Atheism by The Pope
A Guide to Not Being Funny by The Whose Line is it Anyway? Cast
A Guide to Good Music by Justin Bieber
A Guide to Finding Love by Ted Mosby
A Guide to Being Rich by Little Charlie Bucket
A Guide to Successful Sarcasm by Dr. Sheldon Cooper
A Guide to Equal Rights by Fred Phelps
A Guide to Talking to Women by Rajesh Koothrappali
A Guide to Not eating people by Hannibal Lecter
A Guide to Happiness by Derek Hale
A Guide to Accepting People by Westboro Baptist Church
A Guide to Haircuts By Sam Winchester
Burn It Down - Linkin Park
Labyrinth by Kate Nash
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