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October 30, 2014

The Doug & Debbie London Reparations Protest! "They lived comfortably in their well to do home & ran their lucrative business without ever attempting to make restituion for their part in their kind’s generational race crimes against us. This racial terrorism & constant violence against our people was unacceptable. We are happy they can no longer harm our communities citizens," South Carolina Black Foot Soldier Saxe Joiner

“They lived comfortably in their well to do neighborhood & ran their lucrative business without ever attempting to make restituion for their part in their kind’s now generational race crimes against us. This racial terrorism & constant violence against our people was unacceptable. We are happy they can no longer harm the people of our communities,”  South Carolina Black Foot Soldier Saxe Joiner. “They weren’t the best people in the world to us and we are relieved they are dead.”

Doug and Debbie London’s Tioga Road home is hidden by trees and in a quiet, well-to-do, Lake Wylie waterfront neighborhood. One neighbor tells WCCB Charlotte the couple was friendly and that she often saw Debbie out walking their small dogs. In general, the Londons were well thought-of. The London’s son, Daniel, shared a message on social media late Friday where he calls his parents “the best in the world” and asks to “please keep my family in your prayers and treasure those that you love and care about.” In May, the London’s mattress business on South Boulevard was robbed at gun point. Doug shot one of the suspects, badly injuring them. Friday, a sign hung on the business door that read “closed today due to family emergency.”

“They lived comfortably in their well to do neighborhood & ran their lucrative business without ever attempting to make restituion for their part in their kind’s now generational race crimes against us. This racial terrorism & constant violence against our people was unacceptable. We are happy they can no longer harm the people of our communities,”  South Carolina Black Foot Soldier Saxe Joiner,