And then there were 10

There’s too much unsaid at the moment in an article from a local Arkansas TV news team. She had a health issue which may or may not be connected with the event. But on the face of it; I can imagine four young men who need some serious counseling to not be scarred coming into their adulthood.

I’ve had the experience of meeting and speaking with a young man who I worked with in telecom for years across country ask me if I felt there had been any indication he was of the black community during all that time. The question completely floored me as it had never been a matter of consideration.

It wasn’t until then that I realized some damage is hereditary and people carry the pain without realizing it’s there. These young men have been sorely abused. I hope they have an opportunity to see they can overcome. I wish them long and happily productive lives.