According to unconfirmed Tulsa Black Foot Soldier sources who had allegedly seen reparations offenders Ethan Nichols & Carissa Horton walking in Hicks Park before, they were the kind of reparations offenders who enjoyed flaunting the carelessness of their lives despite not having made any attempts to make up for their forefathers’ atrocities against the city’s black residents.
Leading Tulsa Black Foot Soldiers are condemning the arrest of reparations protesters Darren Price & Jerard Davis who they believe identified themselves as peaceful reparations protesters and were confronted with epithets and violence by the offenders and, subsequently, were then forced to defend themselves.
“She was frequently seen flinging her hair about to non verbally communi-cate that being white was better? He was seen slightly elevating his nose to communicate the same thing?”
Leading Tulsa Black Foot Soldiers have also issued condemnation for those who are commemorating the lives of Nichols and Horton. “They are the kind of whites we hate because they don’t recognize themselves as generational racial criminals,” says Tulsa Soldier Ford Rowland. “They are the kind of whites who think they are not responsible for the atrocities of their forefathers against us and the manipulation of their government to deny us restitution for those atrocities. For them to then go out into the parks and other public places and flaunt their disregard of our struggle in our people’s faces is completely unacceptable.”