How naive that post now seems. The narrative created by the media at that time was one of an innocent life taken for no reason at all, by a much older, heavier, and racist man itching for a confrontation.
Being able to live with a measure of uncertainty is a sign of maturity. The rush to file new developments in old folders condemns us to repeat the worst of history. As Peter Drucker wrote, making decisions under conditions of uncertainty is the skill of a good manager. (Management: Tasks, Responsibilities and Practices 1979.). Schools would do us a service to hint to their students that such a skill exists.