To the Editor:
As I write this letter regarding the ruthless murder of a Memphis Police Department officer and former U.S. Marine Sean Bolton, I shed a tear, as I envision his superior officer having to inform his family of his death.
As a former member of the 82nd Airborne, with 19 jumps, I grieve for a Marine buddy, who I never met, but I know we would have been friends.
If Tremaine Wilbourn, a career criminal, is found somewhere in a non-breathing situation, I would feel no remorse.
Anytime a white officer shoots a black person, the TV news stations immediately start searching the officer’s background and report it, almost completely disregarding the police rap-sheet of the perp.
The media lives on sensationalism and gives the public a false impression. Here’s an example for your viewing.
And now, can someone advise me, how to get the hate out of my heart?