He was riding a stolen bike and concealing a .40-caliber handgun, the police said. As two plainclothes officers approached, he wheeled around, dropped the bike and fired one shot into the forehead of one of the officers, Randolph Holder, the police said.
Though it isn’t politically correct to point out reality, the simple fact remains that majority of criminal homicides committed in the United States in any given year can be disproportionately traced to young minority males who are members of gangs, and who are typically involved in drug dealing. Tyrone Howard is just one common thug among many.
The gun violence myth is a convenient scapegoat that allows them to blame an inanimate object, and avoid the failures of the mistakes they’ve made in attempting to influence culture with policy over the past century.