U.S. News (SGMAG) The State of Texas has the highest rate of executions of black people of any state in the U.S. And apparently if you’re black and get the Ebola virus, Texas believes you’ll save them money on their electric bills… They let you die! Many are questioning the care of first U.S. Ebola patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, after of the nine people who have been treated for Ebola in the United States, only he has died. Family members of Duncan, who was diagnosed with the virus in Dallas after arriving from Liberia, say Texas health officials did not offer him the proper treatment before he died Oct. 8. The family, community leaders and even health officials are now questioning why Duncan’s care was different from that of other patients treated in the U.S. National civil rights leader Jesse Jackson visited Duncan before he died to see first-hand how.. Read More...
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