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While America is hung up on the Zimmerman/ Martin case, the British Press is equally outraged over the killing of two white British students. The American press is silent on this. THE TELEGRAPH UK Parents of murdered WhiteBritish students criticise Barack Obama
The parents of two British students murdered in Florida have criticised President Barack Obama for his lack of compassion over their son's deaths.
His failure to respond to three letters sent to the White House was because there was no "political value" and not worthy of a few minutes of his time. The visiting college students strayed into a Miami Black area. The 17 year old powerful built Black kid robbed the students then shot the men as they were forced on their knees with their pants down begging for their lives. The court heard emotional tributes to the two Britons from family and friends.
Paul Davis said: “James Kouzaris and James Cooper chose to smile at life and take advantage of every opportunity. They chose to make friends with people regardless of where they were from or what they looked like. That is what they will be remembered for. You stupitly ended the life of two amazing young men who harmed no one.
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