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“Its 2010 And We Still Have Black People Hanging From Trees?”|99Problems.org

December 16, 2010 Front Page 1 Comment

The body of Frederick Jermaine Carter was found hanging from a tree and local authorities ruled the death a suicide. His family and Blacks, however, don’t believe the young man took his own life. Click HERE for the Final Call’s take on this unfortunate loss of a life, no matter what the cause.

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    omg this is sooo freaking bad

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