Dandara dos Santos was dragged from her home and dumped in a wheelbarrow before being rolled to a back alley and beaten to death amid cheers and laughter.
It should be acknowledged that this sort of barbarism is going on across our planet and we should be outraged enough to take action, regardless of whether that person being taunted, tormented, tortured and slaughtered is like us on the surface or not.
Are we not all more alike than we are different? Are we not all seeking the same basic things in life; to live and love without fear that our lives will be in danger from strangers who know nothing about who we are and what is in our hearts?
The images and description in this report are disturbing but we need to be disturbed so that we can wake up and feel the compassion that is lacking in the hearts of those who have carried out this attack.
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