Were Chris Lane's Teenage Killers Really 'Bored'? (Warning: Strong Language)


Here is his Twitter feed. On August 13 he tweeted this.


That's a Chief Keef lyric, as is the previous Facebook update. They're from the same song, "I Don't Like." Edwards also posted on Facebook about a puppy that he got, which he named Sosa. That's also from the same Chief Keef rap.

Sosa bitch, yeah, I done gon' hype

Pistol toting and I'm shooting on sight

A snitch nigga, that's that shit I don't like

Your bitch want do the team bet she won't fight

Bitch, we GBE -- fuck who don't like

And we ain't gon' fight, our guns gon' fight

On August 9th, Edwards changed his Facebook profile picture to this.


Google "blue bandana gang" and you'll get thousands of hits. Light blue bandanas are typically associated with the Crips gang and its offshoots. The Crips are active in Oklahoma -- four Crips were indicted on drug trafficking charges in Tulsa in June of this year.

Many are already blaming the gun that the teens allegedly used to kill Chris Lane, including members of the Australian government. Guns are inanimate objects.

The "gun culture" didn't kill Chris Lane, but the rap and gang culture may have played a prominent role.

The victim, Chris Lane, was white. Race may also have been a factor.

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