So, remember how the black EIGHT YEAR OLD was LYNCHED IN MODERN AMERICA, by white teens he knew. . . ?

As late as Friday, Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase would not comment on the specifics of the case, saying only that they were still investigating and that those involved are juveniles, prohibiting him from specifically making any comment. Chase also said that the kids being investigated (who knows if they’re charged?) should be “protected.”

“Mistakes they make as a young child should not have to follow them for the rest of their life,” Chase said.

I have no words. The actions of anyone who hangs a small child SHOULD follow them for the rest of their lives. Should be a millstone around their neck forever. Because it will be around the victim’s, I promise you that.

Any other time a teen harms a child, there’s outrage and at least a juvie record. SOMETHING that lets the public know that this is less a person and more a rabid dog. A child-killer that, in some countries, would be put down, either by the rule of law, or the will of a mob.

If you’re old enough to attempt to murder a child, you’re old enough to be treated — and tried — as an adult. They deserve decades-long sentences served in adult prisons, not a supposed law enforcement officer protecting their precious and bright futures, to the point of going against his sworn oath to protect and serve the innocent.

These monsters lynched a child. Could have killed him. It was not an accident, and not a crime of passion or insanity. It was a hate crime. One that is spotlighting just how little Black Lives Matter — even the lives of innocent children — in the face protecting snowflake racists and Nazis.

I doubt the law will do its job to get this LYNCHED CHILD justice. But should vigilante justice occur, those same shining lights of law enforcement will no doubt get off their donut-chomping asses to do their jobs, then.

You can be an attempted child-killer in ‘Murrica, and get mercy and fairness. A second chance. You just can’t be black (and eight years old and lynched in New Hampshire) and hope for the same. Even if you haven’t done anything at all except exist.