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Parents of Florida hate crime murders speak out.

James Cooper and James Kouzaris were murdered by this self-proclaimed "savage." They were murdered solely because they are white. The parents of the victims sent three letters to Barack Obama. They received no response.

The parents of the two British tourists, that were murdered for being white, sent three letters to Barack Obama. He made gave them no response. He did speak out about Trayvon, saying Trayvon “looks like he could be my son.”

Barack Obama’s outrageous statements about Trayvon were a slap in the face to the family and friends of James Cooper and James Kouzaris. The two men were visiting Florida and accidentally wandered into an all black section of Sarasota. Their killer told a friend “look at those crackers,” and then murdered both of them for the fun of it. He made the victims pull down their pants and beg before he pulled the trigger and killed them.

From UK Telegraph…

Tyson, who has the word ‘Savage’ tattooed across his chest didn’t show a flicker of emotion, slumping in his seat as he was forced to watch a montage of photos showing the victims from early childhood to young men.

Later speaking after Tyson was jailed Davies and Hallett lashed out at Mr Obama saying the deaths of their friends was “not worthy of ten minutes of his time.”

Davies said:”We would like to publicly express our dissatisfaction at the lack of any public or private message of support or condolence from any American governing body or indeed, President Obama himself.

“Mr Kouzaris has written to President Obama on three separate occasions and is yet to even receive the courtesy of a reply.

“It would perhaps appear that Mr Obama sees no political value in facilitating such a request or that the lives of two British tourists are not worthy of ten minutes of his time.”

The rebuke follows Mr Obama’s personal intervention into the shooting in Florida of a young black teenager by a white-Hispanic neighbourhood watch captain.

The death of 17 year old Trayvon Martin has sparked nationwide protests with his supporters claiming he was victim of a racist attack.

Mr Obama entered the controversy last week by saying if he had a son he would have looked like Martin.

The alleged assailant in Martin’s death has not been charged with any crime having claimed he was attacked first and used Florida’s ‘stand your ground’ law to shoot in self defence.

The criticism of the US President was made on behalf of the Cooper’s parents Stanley and Sandy, from Warwicks, and Peter and Hazel Kouzaris, from Northampton by Davies in a statement read outside the courtroom.

The parents of the two victims did not attend the trial but they had access to the proceedings from a live video feed.