"It was a very unfortunate and senseless thing," said Wilford Penny, 73, who last month completed a 6-year term as Linden's mayor. "But I don't think there was anything racial about it. These guys were drinking, and this guy [Johnson] liked to dance. I'm not surprised when they get to drinking and use the n-word. The black boy was somewhere he shouldn't have been, although they brought him out there."
Don't be saying things like "parts of the South" -- these types of incidents are on the rise all over the country.
Not to mention that the North's cities are, by and large, nowhere near as integrated as those in the South.
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