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Possible Serial Killer Targeting Black Members of the LGBTQ Community

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Police believe that four deaths that occurred in Jacksonville and Orlando, the last one occurring July 19th, are related.

The four victims were each shot and were members of the LGBTQ community, worked in the same drag show, and all were black.

Many in the LGBTQ community are living in fear, not knowing whether this killer is working his way down south or has some other method of planning.

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The murders have not been highly publicized and some are calling on Governor Rick Scott to make some sort of statement and to bring in more state resources and the FBI.

The murders started in February.

Duval County Sheriff’s Office and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the murders separately.

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Kelly Stacy
I have worked in the medical community for over 20 years. I have many interests, including my two wonderful children. I enjoy women's issues, medical issues, crime, forensics, food, and community.


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