Omitted details in media reports cause grave misunderstandings in the reader. It seems the omissions are intentional, with bias according to anti-racist narrative and #PCGagOrder.
‘Why is this black guy running?’: After Ahmaud Arbery’s killing, African Americans reconsider fitness routines [Amren]
Here some lies that need to be exposed, then opposed Omission of highly relevant details with intent to mislead and change the entire meaning. Such planned omissions are lies
The killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a black man who his family says was out for a jog
- Omitted: wearing high boots
- Omitted: walked leisurely into a construction site
- First trespassed onto the garden, then
- second trespass inside the house
when he was chased and fatally shot
- Omitted: trespass as cause for chase
- Omitted: he attacked a man with punches and grabbed a gun as cause for getting shot
by two white men
- And not just an omission, but a couple things that are factually incorrect: “chased and fatally shot by two white men”
- Lie: Just before the shooting, he wasn’t chased. They were parked in front of him, and he ran towards them.
- Lie: And he wasn’t shot by “two” White men. The second White man didn’t do any shooting. Arbery was shot by the shotgun held by one of the White men, and by Arbery himself. If someone is going to say that Arbery was shot by two men, it should be clarified that those two men were Arbery and Travis. 5
in late February, has renewed a national conversation about racial profiling and when black
That discussion is informed by the above lies and omissions
Americans, in particular, are accused of criminal behavior in the midst of routine, everyday activities, such as mowing a lawn or waiting inside a Starbucks.
Omitted: Loitering at Starbucks for half hour or hour Omitted: refused manager’s request to either buy or leave Omitted: refused police order to leave
Here all the lies (by omission) in one piece >
The killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a black man who his family says was out for a jog when he was chased and fatally shot by two white men in late February, has renewed a national conversation about racial profiling and when black Americans, in particular, are accused of criminal behavior in the midst of routine, everyday activities, such as mowing a lawn or waiting inside a Starbucks.
Lie (by omission) Ahmaud is painted as a peaceful jogger, but has some criminal past6