Dr. Micahel Mammone, a 58-year-old Californian, was just murdered while cycling on the scenic Pacific Coast Highway in Dana Point.
Dr. Mammone was stuck from behind by a Lexus driven by Vanroy Evan Smith a 39 year old from Long Beach, and then stabbed by Smith. Smith then pulled out a gun and fired two rounds from it before he was dissarmed by two passers by.
Fox News Digital, reporting on the murder, noted that “Investigators said there was no known connection between Smith and Mammone.”
So why did it occur? It could have been becuase of anit-white hatred. Adding more details about what happened, Mark Collett claimed on Twitter that the murderer was shouting about “white privilege” when he killed Dr. Mammone, saying:
Dr. Michael Mammone was run over & stabbed to death by Vanroy Evan Smith. As Smith carried out the frenzied attack he screamed about ‘white privilege’. This is the end result of the media & the establishment’s constant anti-white narrative.
Dr. Mammone was white. The suspected murder, Vanroy Evan Smith, is non-white.
The Daily Mail added more details about what happened during and after the attack, confriming Collett’s claim and saying:
Dr Mammone had been cycling along the Pacific Coast Highway in California when he was run over by a white Lexus which sped through a red light at an intersection.
Smith is accused of running over the married father-of-two before getting out and stabbing him and has been remanded into custody with $1 million bail.
He appeared in court shackled to several deputies and only spoke to confirm his name and date of birth.
[…]Witnesses say he was holding a BB gun when he approached Dr Mammone, a married father-of-two, and was screaming racial slurs about ‘white privilege'”
The Mission Hospital, in a statement to Fox News Digital about Dr. Mammone’s passing, said:
“We are stunned by this devastating tragedy. The entire Mission Hospital family is grieving over the loss of an incredible physician and friend. We will honor Dr. Mammone’s dedication to our community and passion for medicine by continuing to provide exceptional care.”
A doctor who new Dr. Mammone, cardiologist Dr. Dawn Aatwal, told Fox11 “That’s the irony of this whole thing. If a patient was brought in his condition he would have done everything he could to save that person. He has saved so many lives here, and he died very close to where he saved hundreds of lives.”
Featured image credit: Dr. Mammone image from Providence Mission Hospital, Suspect image from Orange County Sheriff
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