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Her name was Lucia Bremer. She was an 8th grader at Quioccasin Middle School.
Lucia was one of those special girls who was wise beyond her years. She radiated happiness and excelled in sports and academics.
Lucia was loved by everyone who knew her.
She was that perfect all-American girl who had her entire life ahead of her — until around 4:30 pm on Friday afternoon when she was gunned down by a young black male.
Lucia was minding her own business, walking through her subdivision with a friend when she was shot.
Young Lucia was rushed to a local hospital where she later died.
School principal Melanie Phipps had this to say about Lucia:
“Lucia was funny. She loved to tell jokes and made people laugh. She was an amazing public speaker, and you would just listen in awe as she spoke. Lucia was wise beyond her years. Talking to her didn’t feel like talking to a middle schooler. Lucia was exceptional; truly one-of-a-kind. She was brave, hardworking, and kind to everyone. Her smile would light up the entire room. In fact, her mother told me that Lucia’s name means ‘light,’ which is just the perfect way to describe her. She radiated happiness, and she loved our school.” [Richmond Times]
The shooting that claimed Lucia’s young life occurred about 4:30 p.m. Friday outside a home in the 1900 block of Hickoryridge Road in the Gayton Forest West subdivision, near Windingridge Drive and just east of Pump Road.
The shooting led to a temporary lockdown of Godwin, and the school’s home football game Friday was called off.
We know who Lucia is. Her face is everywhere and information about her is all over the internet. However, the young back man who shot and killed her is being “protected” by authorities due to his age.
It’s almost as if Lucia’s story is being ‘whitewashed.”
The media will use race to drive their narrative whenever a white person commits a crime. Lucia’s heart-breaking story is yet another sad reminder of how the media will go to every length imaginable to cover-up the reverse.
When a young white girl, full of hope and promise, is killed by a black man the story details are suddenly hidden and the whole thing is swept under the rug.
Just another day in the Globalist American Empire.