Micah Xavier Johnson: Why didn’t the Police buy him a hamburger?

After Dylann Roof, an open white supremacist who plotted to intensify an American race war, was welcomed into Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., with open arms, he prayed with parishioners before, authorities charge, he opened fire on them, killing nine. He was eventually captured, and police officers promptly gave him a bulletproof vest—you know, in case any big, scary black people wanted revenge—and took him to Burger King because he was hungry.

Johnson, however, didn’t “have it his way”; instead, he was blown up with the violent use of remote force.  

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