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Mental state of Midtown
shooting suspect to be evaluated

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, by Marcus K. Garner

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Posted By:Ribicon, 1/31/2013 2:08:20 AM

Former Midtown security guard Nkosi Thandiwe will be evaluated Wednesday night to determine if his mental state during a deadly July 15, 2011 shooting spree was so disturbed that a jury could find him “not guilty by reason of insanity.” Thandiwe’s attorney made the last-minute request Wednesday after his client testified, admitting to fatally shooting Brittney Watts amid a trance-like state. “It was almost like watching myself in action,” Thandiwe told a Fulton County jury on the second day of his murder trial. “I tell her to get out of (her) car. She screams. I fire. She drops

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Black guy all but admits that he went out hunting white people (3 shot, 1 dead, 1 paralyzed), but says this caused by insanity fueled by what he learned in anthropology classes and by the presence of a couple of white people at a meeting about putting the black community on "equal footing."

No mention of "hate crime," no national day of indignation and dialogue. I believe this is the first time I´ve heard about this incident, matter of fact; they hide these so cleverly (example, the headline of the article).

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: LanieLou, 1/31/2013 3:18:11 AM     (No. 9149743)

Yes... Killer is a victim of the Racist mantra promoted by the left every day... white people must pay. This is clearly a hate crime killer... Anthropology class my patootie... he just came from a black power meeting before he shot 3 whites.

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