After a month news reports still raise a question about whether Brandon McClelland's death was intentional (yeah righ, we just tied him to the back of our truck and dragged him around a little bit to have a little fun. We didn't reckin he was gonna haul off and die on us. Darn nigras, ain't no teling what they'll have a mind to do). This man was lynched last month right here in the town where I live. We need a new definition of hate crimes. To say a man cannot be lynched by friends is like saying a woman cannot be raped by a date. Read the whole story in the Paris News http://theparisnews.com/story.lasso?ewcd=1e587530f40291f6 http://theparisnews.com/story.lasso?ewcd=db75cb35f5cc56d9 and the Chicago Tribune http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/chi-pariskilling,0,977683.story Killing in a small town raises hate crime fears When the mutilated and partially dismembered body of Brandon McClelland, a 24-year-old black man, turned up lying in the middle of a rural east Texas road one morning last month, the police immediately pronounced the case a hit-and-run by an... chicagotribune.com I was getting ready to take my morning walk when I got wind of this story. I decided to stay in the house and dance. When the Shaquanda Cotton story was hot at the Cicago Tribune last year folds were asking how we could live in a place like this. I asked them you mean there's no racism where you live?