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Topic - Danielle Belton
"What I saw were two people who were very angry and frustrated because crime is so commonplace in poor communities," Belton said. "People got stuck on the humorous aspect of it. What happened to Kelly got pushed to the background."
"So many people who have become Internet memes didn't get anything out of it other than grief," she said. "They're spreading awareness, raising money ... taking advantage of this moment."