Rev. Al Sharpton said Thursday that he did not protest the murder of an Australian man who was gunned down in Oklahoma because no one called him and there was no racial motive.

“I protest when I’m called in and when there’s an injustice,” Sharpton said on his MNSBC show “PoliticsNation” in response to a viewer’s question of whether he would issue a statement regarding the murder of 22-year-old Christopher Lane, an Australian baseball player, who was shot in the back while jogging near his girlfriend’s home in Duncan, Okla.

Prosecutors say 15-year-old James Francis Edwards, Jr., was in the passenger seat of a car driven by 17-year-old Michael Dewayne Jones, and 16-year-old Chancey Allen Luna shot and killed Lane from the backseat.

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