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Police Employee Cheers Black Man’s Murder

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A worker of an authorities division in Maryland has been put on hold for supporting for the murder of a black male on social networks. Cenk Uygur and also Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Tell us just what you believe in the comment area listed below.

" The Anne Arundel County, Maryland, authorities suspended private employee Welby Burgone after a racist remark was made on Facebook about the murder of College of Maryland trainee Second Lt. Richard Collins III.

Collins was stabbed to fatality very early Saturday morning and cops have actually billed College of Maryland student Sean Christopher Urbanski with very first- as well as second-degree murder, inning accordance with the Baltimore Sun.

Urbanski's social networks took off with comments, including one from Burgone, who is likewise a schoolmate of Urbanski's from secondary school. Burgone, that worked in the division's communications, was reacting to one more comment from a good friend of Urbanski's.

" F * ck yeah Sean !!!!!" the various other male posted over an image of a screen capture of a screen shot launched by police, The Sunlight said

" That's what happens when n *** ers attempt and get frosty with an OG! Talk sh * t, get stabbed lol," Urbanski responded."

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