Man Says He “Only Shot A N*gger”

August 1, 2012 12:00 AM
Man Says He “Only Shot A N*gger”
" A Florida man is being charged for a hate crime after shooting a black man in the face. 59-year-old, Walton Henry Butler, says after he was confronted by 32-year-old Everett Gant for making some racial remarks, he shot him between the eyes and left him for dead outside his door. The suspect called the police after the shooting and proceeded to make dinner. When the police arrived and questioned him about the incident, Butler acted as if he was being inconvenienced and says he “only shot a n*gger.” To hear more on the story, visit "

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