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CLARK STUDENT MURDERED

Clark Atlanta University student James Jones, 21, was killed after he answered an ad on Craig’s List.

“It was an illegitimate ad he was responding to and he did not know the sellers,” Marietta Police officer David Baldwin told ABC News, adding that the posting appeared to be real. “The ad was posted in the hopes to lure somebody in, but obviously the victim didn’t know that.”

Three men were in custody by noon on Tuesday: Jordan Baker, 18; Jonathon Myles, 19; and Kaylnn Ruthenberg, 21. They were charged with felony murder, armed robbery and aggravated assault and were booked into the Cobb County adult detention center, according to police. A judge at Cobb County Magistrate court denied their bond at their first appearance today. They have not yet entered a plea.

For more of the story, video, and photos of the scum that allegedly committed this crime, go here.

A bright light snuffed out by three parasites!  As much as the Left pushes the narrative of indiscriminate death at the hands of white police officers, the truth is that this type of thing is far more prevalent in our communities.  The fact that the bars on the windows are not there to protect anyone from the police gives the lie to that narrative.

The problem is not white police officers, guns, or poverty.  The problem is of a spiritual nature. And until we recognize that the degradation of virtue in our communities is the source of so much of our collective anguish, we will continue to grieve the loss of bright stars like this young man.


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Joseph C. Phillips

Joseph C. Phillips was born on January 17, 1962 in Denver, Colorado, USA as Joseph Connor Phillips. He is an actor, known for General Hospital (1994), The Cosby Show (1984) and Strictly Business (1991). He has been married to Nicole since 1994. They have three children.

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