Kendrex White was taken into custody Monday by police following a machete rampage on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin that left one dead and three injured. In 2012, White, now a student at the university, made a video at his Killeen, Texas home that showed White and classmates reenacting the murders of whites, including with knives.
The grainy, 14-minute video, entitled “Haitian Revolution” shows the 21 year old mass stabbing suspect, who is black, playing Haitian historical figure Dutty Boukman. Boukman was an early revolutionary leader who plotted the mass executions of Haitian whites in the 1790s.
— Scott Presler (@ScottPresler) May 1, 2017
During the Haitian revolution, white women and children were specifically targeted for death.
Though Austin police have not commented about White’s motivations, early campus rumors are that White targeted members of fraternities who were wearing their Greek letters.
Fraternities at the university have been subject to recent vandalism by hysterics who accuse them of furthering white supremacy and enabling rape. A manifesto from the vandals was printed on the website of terrorist front It’s Going Down.
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