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Montel Williams Shows No Mercy For Chicago Kidnappers; Tells it Like it is

After video surfaced of the kidnapping of a mentally challenged white man in Chicago by four black young adults, the mainstream media’s typical, racist response has been to ignore it where they can and minimize it as much as possible. Former talk show host Montel Williams took a much different position, however, and it reflects how man of us feel.

Williams wrote in a Facebook post:

Life in prison. No parole. I’m not interested in whether these kids had a tough life, whether their parents loved them enough, I don’t care.

Whether this is a hate crime is a distraction and irrelevant – THIS IS THE COLD BLOODED TORTURE OF AN INNOCENT HUMAN BEING. That’s bigger than a hate crime, it’s bigger than racism (saying F*ck white people is racist by definition), its bigger than politics.

Life in prison. No parole. If you can do this to another human being once, you can’t be trusted to not do it again.

My prayers go out to the young man in this disgusting video.