‘Missing white woman syndrome’ | Media outlets suggest interest in Petito case is racist

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The recent disappearance and subsequent murder of blogger Gabby Petito has prompted a number of media outlets to suggest the massive interest in the case was down to the fact the victim was white. RT speaks to New York State gubernatorial candidate Derrick Gibson, who says ‘race’ should not be the main issue here.

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