Surprise! All the White People Who Started the McKinney Debacle Are Thugs and Creeps

Surprise! All the White People Who Started the McKinney Debacle Are Thugs and Creeps

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Tawdry Update Dept: It seems Eric Casebolt, the lunatic, Ninja-rolling, now-resigned cop with a history of racial and sexual charges against him, isn't the only bizarro player in the McKinney pool party story. The guy who originally called 911 to complain about black teenagers, later hurled racial epithets and has defended the over-the-top police response as a “good amount of aggression” turns out to be Sean Toon, one evidently sicko guy who at 18 was convicted of vandalizing the agricultural center run by a football rival's high school and painting, torturing and killing farm animals housed there. From the Dallas Morning News, “Cows and pigs were cut and bruised, apparently beaten with wooden boards. And baby turkeys were slain, their limbs torn apart.” After being expelled from school, Toon served over nine months. Less than a year later, he was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; he eventually took a plea deal and served about two months for assault.

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It wasn't hard to identify Toon: He's been enjoying his 15 minutes of fame by doing high-profile interviews and marching with signs supporting Casebolt. But it took an online campaign by activists with Dallas Communities Organizing for Change, which advocates for racial justice and police reform, to name Tracey-Carver Allbritton, the white woman seen screaming at and pulling the hair of an African-American girl on video. The group initially reported that Allbritton was a loan officer with Bank of America, which has its own racist history; in 2011, the Department of Justice settled a $335 million suit against them for discriminating against African Americans and Latinos in home mortgage lending. Bank of America later clarified she works for one of their vendors, the financial data firm CoreLogic Inc; they in turn have said they don't "condone violence, discrimination or harassment," and they've put Allbritton on administrative leave. Dallas For Change wants more: On their "Racists Getting Fired" Tumblr, they've demanded that Allbritton lose her job and "every home loan she's had a part in denying to black people needs to be reviewed."

Using helpful links, Dallas For Change also urged readers to post reviews on Allbritton's online business profile, which is where things got particularly weird. Responses range from giving her five stars for bigotry to, "Tracey is modern-day hero. She refuses to allow political correctness stop her from doing what's right. And what's right is standing up to marauding hordes of negroes trying to harm white children. Tracey stood her ground and slapped down the rampaging negroes..."

Toon has likewise achieved what has to be previously unimagined, if at this point unwanted, online fame. Reporters who tried to get comments about his seriously sketchy past were met with silence except from his wife, who reportedly said in a text message, "In the end you will get what you deserve.” Undeterred, journalist and activist Elon James White created

 From "I'd like to report a negro stealing the sun. He probably wants it dark all the time so he rob us all."

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"This black person keeps winning the French Open."

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