A young black teenager in West Virginia has been murdered in cold blood for bumping into an older white man.
James Means, a 15-year-old black teenager, was murdered Monday evening in Charleston, West Virginia by a 62-year-old white man named William Ronald Pulliam after bumping into the older man outside a store. Pulliam exchanged words with Means a second time outside the store, and shot him twice in the abdomen, leaving him to die.
Pulliam has no remorse for committing the senseless act. After being arrested Tuesday morning, police say he said, "The way I look at it, that's another piece of trash off the street."
Means has been described as a boy who can "light up a room, even on the darkest of days."
Pulliam has a history of harassing young people of color. Police had been notified before of his behavior, but never made an arrest.
RIP James Means