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Larry Ace, Emergency Medical Technician-Basic at Commonwealth Health EMS, in Pennsylvania, accuses black people living in cities of hiding like cockroaches and said it would be opening day for buck season if they moved to the country [PHOTO]

Larry Ace is an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic at CHEMS, Commonwealth Health EMS, in Pennsylvania. On Facebook, he is a part of Confederate group. In this group, without calling black people out, directly, he referred to black people as cockroaches, saying they hide like them, living in cities, but if they moved to the country, he would hunt them, making it opening day for buck season, but not the four-legged kind.

Larry Ace is an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic at CHEMS, Commonwealth Health EMS, in Pennsylvania. On Facebook, he is a part of Confederate group. In this group, without calling black people out, directly, he referred to black people as cockroaches, saying they hide like them, living in cities, but if they moved to the country, he would hunt them, making it opening day for buck season, but not the four-legged kind.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

In the aftermath of the George Floyd murder, there has been a fight for equality, fought through the protests. These protests have angered some, allowing them to show their true colors. Many people, who work in very important fields of service have had a lot to say.

Larry Ace works in the health care field, working as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic, at Commonwealth Health EMS, in Pennsylvania. This means he is one of the people on the ambulance. His first vow is to save lives, but in a Confederate group, on Facebook, he alluded to killing.

Currently, there is a push to ban the Confederate flag, which has many “rebels” up in arms. Larry Ace is among those who doesn’t like this push, and he gave his take. Though he didn’t directly say “black people,” he said “they” live in cities, “like cockroaches,” and if “they” lived in the country, it would be opening day for buck season, but not four-legged animals.

Read Larry Ace’s Facebook comment below:

Larry Ace is an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic at CHEMS, Commonwealth Health EMS, in Pennsylvania. On Facebook, he is a part of Confederate group. In this group, without calling black people out, directly, he referred to black people as cockroaches, saying they hide like them, living in cities, but if they moved to the country, he would hunt them, making it opening day for buck season, but not the four-legged kind.

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