View Full Version : Black Thug Blames Non-Existent White Man After He Shoots Girlfriend In The Head

05-14-2017, 03:36 PM
Next to cultural appropriation the form of ďracismĒ that drives black people nuts the most is when white people blame non-existant blacks to cover up their stupidity. For example: a dumbass white guy accidentally shots himself and then tells the police that some black guys shot him. Whether this is actually racism or just stupid people trying to come up with a plausible story is debatable, but black people definitely think itís racist so they should be outraged at what happened in Detroit recently. A young black thug shot his girlfriend in the head and then blamed it on a white man who doesnít exist.

On Monday in the Metro Detroit area 17-year-old Marche Lowe was shot in the head. She was taken to the hospital where she is in critical condition. The only other person present during the shooting was her 21-year-old boyfriend Oshae Ricky Thomas. Police didnít initially find a gun at the scene, but they did find credit card skimming equipment, so they arrested Thomas on that.

Thomas told the police that a white man driving a silver Toyota had pulled and and shot Lowe in the head and then sped away. I donít know whether the cops actually believed him, but they looked into it anyway. Neighbors in the subdivision where the shooting took place said they didnít hear any commotion, no car tires screeching, not even the gunshot.

Loweís friends told investigators that the relationship between her and Thomas was a violent one. Also, cops did eventually find the weapon they believe was used to shoot this teenager.

Click on Detroit reports that on Wednesday the cops stopped pretending like they believed Thomasí evil white guy story and charged him with shooting Lowe. More specifically he was charged with assault with intent to murder and felony firearms violations


Police said this story was not adding up. Investigators originally were holding the boyfriend because they found credit card skimming equipment at the crime scene. But he's been in custody for the shooting since Tuesday and could face charges Wednesday