It won't come out for a few days, but the reality of who/whom is responsible for Tech Sgt. Joshua Kidd's murder won't surprise anyone who reads SBPDL.
Though no suspect is known to police, Kidd was shot early in the morning of September 24 in front of his home. ['He loved his family deeply,' uncle says of slain Barksdale airman, Shreveport Times, 9-26-18]:
Kidd, 30, was shot and killed Tuesday morning in the GreenAcres Place subdivision in north Bossier City.
A rash of vehicle burglaries has occurred in the neighborhood recently, and residents have speculated that Kidd was confronting a burglar when he was shot. Police have said they don't know but haven't ruled out that idea.
He leaves behind a wife and young son. [He was Captain America': Metro East native remembers husband murdered outside home, KMOV.com, 9-27-18]:
From the Metro East to Louisiana, the friends and family of a murdered US Airman are rallying around his family.
Tech. Sgt. Joshua Kidd was murdered outside his home in Bossier City, LA Wednesday morning. His wife, Alyssa Kidd, is from Edwardsville and spoke with News 4 by phone.
"The best way to describe Joshua was he was Captain America. He was protecting us and on top of that, he was protecting our whole entire neighborhood and that's just who he is, he doesn’t think twice, he just takes charge. He literally is real world captain America, unfortunately it didn’t end like it does in the movies," she said.
Kidd said there were recent car break-ins in their neighborhood and they believe he was trying to stop the thieves when he was shot. No arrests have been made.
The 2 met overseas in Korea. Tech. Sgt. Kidd was assigned to Barksdale AFB Louisiana.
"He woke up every single day to serve this country and love that boy," Kidd said about her husband's love for his job and their son.
Kidd leaves behind his wife and their 2-year-old son Beckham.
Already, the community in Louisiana and in Illinois have helped raised $31,000 for the family through a GoFundMe page.
In a few days, police will arrest a black suspect for the murder of Kidd. He'll have an unpronounceable first name, and be just another black male who was "turning his life around" (he might even be an 'honor student').
But for Kidd's young son, he will grow up without a father.
If white privilege was real (and a 'white power' structure existed in the USA, as we're constantly lectured by black power politicians/academics and their woke white allies), this story would be front page news nationwide. Instead, few outside of Kidd's family and friends will ever read about his murder, and once a black suspect emerges, the story will be dropped from news coverage completely.