Another White Father Tells What it was Like, Having to Identify His Daughter

Lauren Burk

Lauren Burk was a beautiful young lady that was tending Auburn University. She seemed to be on the path to a decent life, that is until she had the grave misfortune of encountering Courtney Lockhart, another Negro driven by the genetic urge to kill.

The father of this poor girl recalls the agonizing misery that he felt when identifying his daughter.

Eve Carson, another young lady that was tending the University of North Carolina was also murdered by a savage Negro around the same time. Although Eve’s case deserved as much attention as possible, I felt poor Lauren’s case was a bit overshadowed by the Carson case by those of us that report on the rampant epidemic of Negro violence, known by some as “equality.”

Keep telling yourself we are all the same, while the “egalitarians” dig our graves.

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One Response to “Another White Father Tells What it was Like, Having to Identify His Daughter”

  1. Kind of surprised the accused even claims remorse.
    But, of course, that was quickly followed with a flimsy excuse.
    Well shitpile, excuse me! But why was the women you murdered trying to flee?
    Were it up to me your execution would not cost the taxpayers a dime. Yours and hundreds, if not thousands of your cowardly brothers would be auctioned off for execution to a angry mobs who would cherish the moment.

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