Thursday, December 21, 2017
AFTERMATH: KANSAS CITY KILLER FACEBOOK CONFESSION AFTER TINDER HOOKUP AND MIKAYLA NORRIS MURDER: WHITE GIRL WAS JUST A PAWN!!!
The latest Kansas City murder is a testament to the danger of the digital age and a reminder of the constant danger confronted by women online and in real life.
To wit . . .
KANSAS CITY TEACHING MOMENT: THE SCUMBAG WHO KILLED MIKAYLA NORRIS REVEALED THAT HE REGARDED HER AS NOTHING MORE THAN A PAWN AMID A VIOLENT RAMPAGE!!!
As usual, Fox4 has better journalism than anyone else on this topic . . .
Fox4: Man who allegedly killed 18-year-old woman then himself nearly killed his ex-girlfriend too
Still, there's a lot to unpack here and these DEETS stand out:
Kansas City police confirmed a body found early Wednesday near 85th Street and Hillcrest was that of 18-year-old Mikayla Norris, who was reported missing Sunday after she didn't show up for work at Jack Stack in Overland Park.
Then 22-year-old Kareem McCoy-Lee was found dead in Norris' car behind the Liberty Commons mall. Police believe McCoy-Lee killed Norris and took his own life.
In between their deaths, police believe McCoy-Lee also tried to kill his ex-girlfriend, 22-year-old Bryanna Spencer.
Spencer said she had never heard of Mikayla Norris before but found out the two met on Tinder. In a Facebook post by McCoy-Lee outlining his plan to kill Spencer and her mom, he referred to Norris, saying the “white girl was just a (pawn) for the car.”
Now . . .
Those who would lament the murder of Mikalya as racially motivated violence must also ask why this creep was allowed to repeatedly assault his ex-girlfriend without facing any consequences. If racism is at the crux of this murder then that very same bigotry also devalues the suffering endured by this murderer's previous victim - A just remedy for THAT pain might have prevented human suffering which only worsened. In the final analysis, this horrific story of murder and abuse illustrates the brutal LOCAL reality of threats against women which have far more impact than social media trends or the tabloid confessionals of Hollywood actresses.
You decide . . .