Post-Racial Society, Huh? 15 Modern Day Cases of Racial Injustices

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Alfred Wright

Wright, who was married to a white woman with two sons, mysteriously disappeared on November 7, 2013 after his truck broke down. His parents set out to pick him up at a liquor store an hour away. But he wasn’t there. After two weeks, the sheriff told his family his office, “exhausted its resources and funds.” A week later the family found his body with his throat slashed, striped down to his boxers, body injected with drugs and a silver coin. His death was ruled as “no foul play.”

There’s been much speculation, but it’s becoming clear with the Texas rangers and US Justice Department involved and mysterious details, someone was trying to cover up a murder. Jasper, Texas is known for racial injustice. In 1998, James Byrd Jr. was tied to a truck and dragged for miles by white men. For more details on Wright’s mysterious death, read here.

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