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Dear Stephanie Flowers

Dear Sen. Stephanie Flowers, You recently made national news when you stood up against a Stand Your Ground Law in Arkansas. You verbatim said that daily on the news were stories of black men being killed by white men and this would just give them an excuse to commit murder? Where are those stories? I haven't seen any, and trust me I've looked. I did find the following during my search:In 2017, 40 white persons were arrested for murder, but 92 black people were arrested for murder. 77% of Arkansas is white and only 15% is black. That doesn't really make much sense does it? Shouldn't the black murder rate be reason of logic be 20??? If you are only fifteen percent of the population logic would be that the murder rate would be similar. Instead, the murder rate for blacks is nearly five times what it should be. Call me crazy but I see people saying we should do away with police and monitor ourselves, then people like you come out against stand your gr
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