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A white sheriff’s deputy in North Carolina is facing criminal charges after allegedly leading an armed mob to the home of a black teenager and trying to force their way inside as part of a botched vigilante mission.
New Hanover & Pender County District Attorney Ben David on Friday announced the charges against Jordan Kita, a New Hanover Sheriff’s Office detention officer accused of wearing his uniform while leading the group of people—one of whom was allegedly packing an AR-15—to confront a high school student at his home. Kita has since been fired from the sheriff's office.
originally posted by: bastion
I don't see how the media are sparking a race war, the headlines cover pure facts and the story is so backwards that they don't need to embellish or add anything, it ticks all the racist cliches and connotations disturbingly well.
originally posted by: Jaellma
a reply to: Spider879
The uniformed guy was a sheriff's deputy but he was not on the job nor was he in his jurisdiction. He led a band of armed civilians and trespassed at that house with the intent of entering the home.
The girl they were looking for was actually someone who ran away from home.