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  25 May, 2015

    (Black man) Darrell Lee Broxton sentenced to over 55 years of prison for killing (White) dog trainer
Darrell BroxtonPeter BelmontKANSAS CITY, Kan. - The man who was convicted of murdering Peter Belmont has been sentenced to 667 months (or 55 years) in prison. Darrell Lee Broxton, 52, was sentenced Friday for the December 2012 murder of Belmont. Police found Belmont's body in his bed on Dec. 16, 2012. Belmont had been dead for several days when he was discovered by police. Broxton was convicted of intentional second degree murder, burglary and two counts of theft. He was found guilty following a seven-day trial in February 2015. Belmont, 69, was a retired teacher from Kansas City, Kan. He was also a nationally known dog trainer. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Local (black) woman charged with setting man on fire - fleeing in victim's van
Christina LeachA Dauphin County woman is under arrest, and accused of dousing a man with a flammable liquid, then setting him on fire. It happened around 3:30 Saturday afternoon. Police say 27-year old Christina Leach agreed to give the man a massage at a home on the 7100-block of Wertzville Road in Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County. They say Leach tied the man to a bed, poured the liquid on his upper body and then set the man on fire. She then fled in the victim’s white Chevrolet Express 1500 work van. The victim met Christina Leach a few days ago

    Janice Dickinson Suing Bill Cosby for Defamation After Response to Rape Allegations
Bill CosbyJanice Dickinson Janice Dickinson is "seeking justice" and suing Bill Cosby for defamation and emotional distress, her attorney Lisa Bloom tells E! News. "Janice is not only alleging that Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1982, but he re-victimized her in 2014 by sending out his representatives to publically ridicule her. That's called defamation." "I would like Cosby to come out and at least acknowledge that he is a pig, he is a monster, and he raped me," Dickinson said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    DA: Attempted Rape Suspect Asked Female Student For ‘Math Help’
James Alphonso HolmesDENVER – A man police believe is responsible for a violent attack on the Auraria Campus has been formally charged. According to the Denver District Attorney’s Office, James Alphonso Holmes, 54, has been charged with criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree, criminal attempt to commit sexual assault, criminal attempt to commit assault in the first degree, and two counts of crime of violence. The attack happened at midday on May 9 on the second floor of a classroom building.

    Sarasota PD: Man breaks into home, sexually batters, robs deaf woman
Herbert Earl Stilley, IIISARASOTA COUNTY, FL - A suspect in Sarasota broke into a deaf couple's home and sexually battered the woman at gunpoint when her husband was just outside the house. Herbert Earl Stilley, III, 27, of Sarasota, got into the victim's home at about 2 a.m. on Feb. 10. The woman was in the room, her husband was outside and their children were sleeping in the bedroom. Stilley pointed a small firearm at the woman's face and demanded money. Both the woman and her husband can read lips. In fear for her kids' safety, the woman took Stilley to her bedroom and gave him her purse. He sexually battered her at gunpoint. She was scared and couldn't fight him.

    Black Sports: Rutgers Football Player Charged With Robbery
Darian Dailey A Rutgers football player was arrested Sunday after he and another man allegedly robbed a bicyclist in Sarasota County, Florida. Sarasota County police say 19-year-old Darian Dailey, a cornerback for Rutgers, and 20-year-old Trazelle Johnson, got out of a vehicle around 2 a.m. Sunday and approached a bicyclist while armed with a gun. The men then demanded money, took the cash and fled the scene, police said. The bicyclist was not hurt during the incident. The bicyclist reported the vehicle’s tag information to police who eventually tracked down Dailey and Johnson. The bicyclist then identified the two as the men who robbed him. - (Black Sports)

    (Black) Jail inmate gets $1 million worth of medical care for eating metal
Lamont CatheyCHICAGO — An inmate is costing the Cook County Jail more than $1 million in medical bills. 17-year-old Lamont Cathey has been in jail for 16 months since he was arrested for robbing a pizzeria. A plea deal was in place to put Cathey in boot camp, but that fell through. Since then he has been swallowing metal objects that have put him in the hospital. They include screws, needles, a thumbtack, strips of leather, and parts of a medical device. Cathey has needed multiple operations to remove those things from his body.

 
  • Armed Robbers Steal 15 Pairs of Air Jordans During Home Invasion: Police
    One suspect is described as a dark-skinned man standing 6-feet with facial hair and weighing 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans and was armed with a silver handgun, police said. A second suspect is described as a thin dark-skinned man standing 5-foot-8. Police did not release descriptions of the other three suspects.

 
  • UK: Illegal immigrant facing deportation after revenge attack on landlord
    Rashid Bomedian punched and kicked the owner of the house he was staying at in Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton, before hurling a bowl of spaghetti at his head, a court heard. The Moroccan national carried out the attack because his landlord had reported him to police after he had returned home with a stolen bicycle. 30-year-old Bomedian was sent to prison for eight months and told by a judge that he would be deported on his release. - (UK)

 

 

 

 


    Cleveland protester arrested for throwing sign through restaurant window - knocking White man unconscious
a Cleveland protester arrestedvictim of Cleveland protester assault
    Three people were arrested after a demonstrator threw a sign through a restaurant window, injuring a patron.
Two of them were detained for trying to interfere with the arrest of the person who threw the sign, Chief Williams said.
 
    Police Chief Calvin Williams: 71 people arrested in protests following Michael Brelo acquittal
Calvin WilliamsCLEVELAND - Police Chief Calvin Williams said in a press conference Sunday morning that 71 people were arrested during protests over Cleveland Police Patrolman Michael Brelo's acquittal. The charges they face include aggravated rioting, felonious assault and failure to disperse, among others.
   

 

   

 


    (Black) Man sentenced to life in prison for Westfield murders (of White mother and daughter)
Christian Rene HaleyKelly ErbMarylyn ErbHAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. — Christian Haley will spend the rest of his life in prison. A judge sentenced him to a life sentence without the possibility of parole Friday afternoon. In March, Haley pleaded guilty to the 2013 murders of Marylyn Erb 52, and Kelly Erb, 23. The mother and daughter were killed inside their Westfield home. According to a probable cause affidavit, Haley worked for Todd Erb’s landscaping business. Todd was Marylyn’s husband and Kelly’s father. Investigators say Haley became angry when Todd fired him, so he broke into Todd’s home and killed the two women. Shortly after the sentencing, Todd read part of his victim impact statement. He also shared with reporters that he had a sense of relief that the case did not have to go to trial. Since the murders, Todd expressed how he’s been able to cope during one of the darkest moments of his life. “God allowed me the grace to step back, and say there were one of two things I could have chosen to do,” said Todd. “I could of ran as far (and) as hard away from God, or run quickly to him and allow him to embrace me. I chose the latter.” - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Parolee charged in (White) Ark. teen's murder convicted of capital murder
Darrell DennisForrest Henry AbramsLITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- A man charged in the 2013 death of an Arkansas teen was convicted of capital murder, two counts of aggravated robbery, and kidnapping on Thursday. He was a parolee at the time of the teen's death. According to officials, Darrell Dennis was sentenced to automatic life without parole for the murder of 18-year-old Forrest Abrams. The judge also sentenced Dennis to life on four other felonies. In all, he's said to have been sentenced to five life sentences. Abrams was found dead at 11th and Woodrow streets in Little Rock in May of 2013. Police said the teen had been refueling his car with a friend when three black men demanded a ride at gunpoint. Dennis should have been behind bars instead of walking the streets the night Abrams died. Mayor Mark Stodola was quoted at the time as saying, "This is a horrible tragedy. A young man has lost his life because of, what I think, is a dysfunction in the system in terms of our parole system and monitoring." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Jury convicts (black) man of killing (White) Holy Cross graduate in Gentilly home invasion
Joshua LeeChristopher LeeChad HuthAn Algiers man on trial this week for his alleged participation in a 2010 Gentilly home invasion that left a 24-year-old Holy Cross graduate dead and his friend injured was convicted Friday (May 22) by an Orleans Parish jury. Joshua Lee, 23, was found guilty of second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder and aggravated burglary in connection with Chad Huth's death, according to court records. Huth's friend, Chris Wells, was shot in the April 22, 2010, home invasion. Two other friends escaped. New Orleans police said Lee and his brother, Christopher Lee, led an armed group of intruders into Huth's home in the 5300 block of Cameron Boulevard just after 1 a.m. Christopher Lee, 24, is awaiting trial on the same charges as his brother. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Teen May Plead Guilty in Temple Student Hit-and-Run: Lawyer
Rashan “Robert” RobertsRachel HallA Philadelphia teen has waived his preliminary hearing and will likely plead guilty in connection with the hit-and-run accident that critically injured a Temple University lacrosse player. The case for 18-year-old Rashan Roberts will proceed to trial, but his attorney says he hopes to negotiate a guilty plea. He surrendered to police May 6 after his parents contacted authorities and told them their son was driving the 2012 Mitsubishi Gallant that hit 22-year-old Rachel Hall. Roberts only had a learner's permit. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Cleveland officer not guilty in killing unarmed pair (of blacks)
Timothy Russell and 30-year-old Malissa WilliamsMichael BreloYes, Cleveland police Officer Michael Brelo stood on a car and shot the unarmed black occupants 15 times just after officers first riddled it with bullets. But a judge ruled Saturday that, partly because Brelo reasonably believed he was in danger, he's not guilty of a crime. Concluding just one of several police use-of-force cases prompting outrage in Cleveland, a Cuyahoga County judge decided that Brelo was not guilty of voluntary manslaughter and felonious assault in the 2012 deaths of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams following a 22-mile car chase. Emotions among people upset at the verdict ran high outside the Cleveland courtroom. Some held up signs and chanted "no justice, no peace," words heard in recent months in places like Ferguson, Missouri, and New York, where massive demonstrations sprung up after African-Americans died at the hands of white police officers.
   

    (Black pimp) Wanted For Escorting (white whore), Stealing Money Drives Over Officer’s Foot
Mark BriggsJanna TardifMILFORD — A Rhode Island man wanted for escorting a prostitute and stealing money from her clients drove over a detective’s foot while trying to flee police, authorities say. Mark Briggs, 28, was allegedly escorting Milford woman Janna Tardif, who Milford police say was advertising as a prostitute online and stealing money from the men she met. Police said the pair planned to steal money for the fourth time Monday when they were foiled by an undercover officer. Briggs fled the scene as police approached, driving directly at an officer who tried to stop him, Milford police said. He was caught about a half-mile away after abandoning his car and taking off on foot. Briggs faces several charges including assault to murder and conspiracy. Tardif, 24, is charged with sexual conduct for a fee and conspiracy.
   

Dangers of interracial dating

Bible
  • Lev 19:29 Do not prostitute thy daughter, to cause her to be a whore; lest the land fall to whoredom, and the land become full of wickedness.

 

   

   

Plan to use rocket launcher on Eustis police, church foiled, officials say
Christopher Michael Conger and Jeremy RobertsonEUSTIS, Fla. - Marion County sheriff's deputies seized 22 firearms after receiving a tip that a rocket-propelled grenade launcher and missiles would be used against Eustis police, St. Mary of the Lakes Catholic Church and a local Elk's Club. The weapons, along with several containers of black powder, marijuana, powdered and crack cocaine, prescription pills, scales, other drug paraphernalia and two bulletproof vests were found in a Marion County shed. Deputies received information that the occupants of the shed intended to use the rocket launcher on the Eustis Police Department on Monday because of recent run-ins with officers. Eustis Police Chief Fred Cobb said that he was blindsided by the threat because his department had little to no contact with two men arrested in the case. Cobb said Christopher Michael Conger was arrested by Eustis police on a violation of probation warrant.  Cobb said that his department knows about Jeremy Robertson only because his staff received a tip notifying them that he was in the area and was known to carry drugs and weapons.


   

Three lowlifes busted in ‘prostitution scam’ death
Roderick L. GoodwinChristine O'BrienGabriel PenaJennifer RodriguezThree lowlifes have been charged with murder for beating a man to death and leaving him under a mattress in a hotel near Penn Station in what NYPD detectives describe as a “prostitution scam” gone wrong, authorities said Friday. Gabriel Pena, 27, and Jennifer Rodriguez, 28, were busted Friday for the May 18 death of Roderick Goodwin, 28, cops said. Christine O’Brien, 31, was collared Thursday. Rodriguez confessed that she went to the hotel with the others planning to beat up someone and rob them and that accomplices carried out the hotel safe from Goodwin’s room, court papers say. The victim had a record of 22 arrests.

   

 

 
Bible
  • 1Ki 14:24 And there were also sodomites in the land: and they did according to all the abominations of the nations which the LORD cast out before the children of Israel.

 

 


22 May 2015 archived - (click at left for full coverage)
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    State Seeks Death Penalty in Trial of Black Man for Murder of White Couple
Barry DavisJohn “Greg” HughesHeidi Ann RhodesWALTON COUNTY-- Wednesday began the three-day penalty phase in the Barry Davis murder trial. Monday, a jury found Davis guilty on 14 counts for murdering John Hughes and Hiedi Rhodes in 2012. During the penalty phase, jurors will hear from Davis' family and the victims' families, who will recommend or not recommend the death penalty for Davis. The judge will make the final decision. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Witnesses Testify in Day Two of Barry Davis Trial - May 01, 2015
  • Attorneys open their cases in Davis murder trial - April 30, 2015
    DeFUNIAK SPRINGS — Barry Davis killed John “Greg” Hughes and Heidi Ann Rhodes on May 7, 2012 at Hughes’ home in Santa Rosa Beach. “Evidence will show he disposed of the bodies. Evidence will show they are dead. Death isn’t a body. It is the absence of life,” he said. “Their lives were ended by Barry Davis.” Tiffani Steward was Davis’ girlfriend on the day almost three years ago that Hughes and Rhodes were last seen, and she has told Walton County sheriff’s investigators she saw him kill them. Davis had made statements about disposing of the bodies by cutting them up and burning them.
  • Man Arrested in Murder of South Walton Couple - Feb 13, 2013

    Quadruple-murder suspect faces arraignment in Washington, D.C * More people suspected in DC quadruple murders
Daron Dylon WintA man accused of killing a Washington businessman, his wife, son and housekeeper faced arraignment on Friday after authorities tracked him down overnight in the U.S. capital. The suspect, Daron Dylon Wint, 34, of Lanham, Maryland, faces a charge of first-degree murder while armed at his arraignment some time after 1 p.m. EDT in District of Columbia Superior Court. Members of the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force had tracked Wint to a Howard Johnson hotel in College Park, Maryland, just outside Washington, late on Thursday, only to see him leave as they arrived. Officers and a helicopter pursued Wint, who was in a car, and a small moving truck that was traveling with him. "We did a vehicle pin maneuver on both vehicles and we were able to arrest everyone," Commander Robert Fernandez of the U.S. Marshals Service told CNN. Besides Wint, police arrested three men and two women in the vehicles, Fernandez said. - (Black-on-white)
   
    Manhunt for (black immigrant) DC murder suspect moves to Brooklyn
Daron Dylon WintSavvas Savopoulos, 46; Amy Savopoulos, 47; their son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57,The manhunt for the quadruple murder suspect believed to have killed a Washington executive, his family and a housekeeper before torching their mansion and escaping with $40,000 in cash is now focused in Brooklyn, police said Thursday. Daron Dylon Wint, who Washington police said previously worked for Savvas Savopoulos at American Iron Works, is believed to be hiding some 230 miles northeast of the crime scene, which he fled in Amy Savopoulos' Porsche after committing the murders and setting their home on fire. "We have information that we believe Mr. Wint is currently in the Brooklyn, N.Y.," said Washington Police Chief Cathy Lanier. Police reportedly believe Wint, a career criminal who has been arrested for assault and rape in the past, held the family over a period of several hours, forcing them to have a parcel of cash delivered to their home. Savvas Savopoulos, 46; Amy Savopoulos, 47; their son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57, were found dead on the second floor of their burning home. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Canada: (Black) Man accused of killing (White) Surrey hockey mom pleads guilty to lesser charge of manslaughter
Yosef Jomo GopaulJulie PaskallSURREY, B.C. — A man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection with the death of Surrey’s Julie Paskall, who was attacked outside the Newton Arena in December 2013. Yosef Jomo Gopaul, 28, entered the plea during an appearance in provincial court in Surrey on Friday morning. He was initially charged with second-degree murder. Gopaul also pleaded guilty to robbery in connection with an incident that took place almost two weeks before the attack on Paskall. Shortly after 9 p.m. on Dec. 29, Paskall arrived at the Newton Wave Pool parking lot. She was heading to the adjacent Newton Arena to pick up her son, who was refereeing a hockey game. Paskall got out of her van and walked toward the arena, carrying her purse under her arm. When she was about 85 feet from her vehicle, Gopaul approached her from behind and threw a rock at the back of her head. Paskall fell, landing face down on the ground. Paramedics arrived and rushed Paskall to the hospital. She had no pulse, wasn’t breathing and was “essentially lifeless.” She was resuscitated at the hospital and placed on life support. On the morning of Dec. 31, Paskall was removed from life support and died. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)
   

    (Black) Dallas man gets 23 years in prison for shooting (Whtie) police officer last year
 Rakeem PerkinsJoshua BurnsThe jury deliberated for more than an hour before sentencing Rakeem Perkins to 23 years in prison for shooting former Dallas Police Officer Josh Burns in 2014. Perkins' family and friends became emotional after the verdict was read. Victim impact statements are up next.
A 22-year-old Dallas man was convicted Thursday in the 2014 shooting of a former Dallas police officer at a Far Northeast Dallas apartment complex. It took a Dallas County jury about a half-hour to find Rakeem Perkins guilty on one count of aggravated assault of a public servant in the shooting of 31-year-old former Officer Joshua Burns. On Feb. 15, 2014, Burns and another officer were investigating a domestic disturbance at an apartment complex in the 1300 block of Audelia Road when they encountered Perkins, who was sitting in a vehicle. Perkins began shooting, and the officers returned fire. Burns was hit in the shoulder, chest and legs. A ballistics vest protected him from a shot to the chest, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said at the time. Perkins, who also was wounded in the shootout, fled on foot and was the subject of a daylong manhunt before his mother brought him to police headquarters. He was charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a public servant, but he was tried on only one count.. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) L.A. Firefighter Convicted of Beating (White) Woman Unconscious for Feeding Stray Cats
Ian Justin EulianIan Justin EulianLonieta FontaineRebecca StaffordA former Los Angeles firefighter was found guilty Thursday of beating a woman who was feeding stray cats in their West Adams neighborhood in an attack that was caught on surveillance camera. Ian Justin Eulian, 39, was found guilty of one count each of battery with serious bodily injury and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury, according to a news release from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Eulian claimed the cats the victim was feeding had attacked his dog and were littering his yard, prosecutors said. He confronted the woman as she sat inside her parked car on Sept. 14, 2013. Surveillance video showed Eulian lean into the car and yell at the woman, who then threw cat kibble at him. He then punched the woman twice, pulled her out of her car and hit her again as she fell to the ground unconscious, the release stated. - (Black-on-white)
   

    UK: (Black African) Illegal immigrant sex predator jailed for attacks on lone women after evading justice for four years
Lamin TourayAn illegal immigrant who became a “predatory sex offender” has been jailed for 12 years for three sex attacks on lone women. Lamin Touray, 36, sexually assaulted a woman in the entrance to her flat after following her home in the Leeds area having carried out a similar sex assault on a student in Newport in 2009. It was following his latest attack in December 2013 that he was arrested and brought to justice. He had forced his victim to the ground and attempted to rape her in a car park after following her home from a Christmas party in Leeds. Following his arrest, the Gambian national gave a false name and date of birth to police. He has now been handed a 12-year prison sentence with an extended licence of four years. Touray admitted attempted rape, two offences of sexual assault, and attempting to pervert the course of justice at Leeds Crown Court. Originally granted temporary permission to enter the UK to attend a relative’s wedding, Touray had then failed to return to Africa and was living in the UK illegally. - (UK)

    Wayne County rape suspect arrested in Chicago
Martrail B. BurkeA former Fairfield, Illinois, resident was arrested in Chicago on a felony charge of criminal sexual assault. Martrail B. Burke, 28, is accused of raping a Fairfield woman at her home last January. After the alleged attack, Burke fled from Wayne County, according to police. In late January, a Wayne County grand jury returned an indictment against Burke for rape and an arrest warrant was issued.

    Life sentence for convict in Hyde Park robbery, attempted sexual assault
Lenvert DebardelabenA man already serving prison time for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl was given a second life sentence Thursday for robbing and trying to sexually assault a woman in Hyde Park in 2010, according to prosecutors and court records. Lenvert Debardelaben, 51, was sentenced Thursday by Cook County Judge Timothy Joseph Joyce to serve a life sentence in the July 9, 2010, attack on the woman in the 1200 block of East 54th Street, said Tandra Simonton, a spokeswoman for the Cook County state’s attorney’s office. Debardelaben was found guilty earlier this year, after being arrested soon after the attack.

    Man charged with rape in Colington
Johnathan Alexander BurtonColington, N.C. – A man has been arrested and charged with rape in Colington, according to the Dare County Sheriff’s Office. On January 11, 2015, the Dare County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an alleged sexual assault that had occurred on Seagull Court in Colington, North Carolina. North Carolina Sheriff’s Deputies and Investigators arrived at the Outer Banks Hospital to speak to the alleged victim and investigate the incident. The suspect has been identified as 38-year-old Johnathan Alexander Burton of Seagull Court in Colington, North Carolina.

    (Black) Man wanted for attempted rape in Marigny
black rapistNEW ORLEANS - The NOPD is asking for the public's assistance in locating and identifying a suspect who is wanted for Attempted Forcible Rape. The incident took place May 16. At approximately 2:00 a.m., police say the suspect followed the 35-year-old female victim on foot. When they entered the block, the suspect grabbed the victim from behind and forced her to the ground. Once on the ground, the suspect allegedly attempted to sexually assault the victim. The victim struggled with the suspect who eventually fled on foot westbound on Royal Street. The suspect was described as a thin build dark brown complexion black male, clean shaven, low haircut, approximately 5'10” tall and about 150 to 160 pounds.

    Olympia, Wash. police release video of shoplifting that led to officer-involved shooting (of black stepbrothers)
Bryson ChaplinAndre ThompsonIn the video taken early Thursday morning inside a Safeway store, police say Bryson Chaplin, 21, and Andre Thompson, 24, are seen running from an employee before one of the two men tosses a case of beer at her, causing it to shatter.
   

    (Black rapper) Flavor Flav arrested in Las Vegas on allegations of DUI, marijuana possession, speeding
Flavor FlavFlavor Flav's legal name is William Jonathan Drayton Jr.
   

 

    Ringleader, 20 Others Indicted For Stealing $90K From Atlantic City Casino Banks
Michael WilliamsAttorney General’s Office announced a group of more than 20 people were indicted by a grand jury in a scheme that stole tens of thousands of dollars from banks inside Atlantic City casinos using a popular customer service tactic to their advantage. Officials say 35-year-old ringleader Michael Williams and twenty others stole almost $90,000 from TD Banks using fake checks.

    Delaware Police Seize 591 Bags of Heroin During Raid on Alleged Dealer's Home
Eric GrayDover Police have arrested a man after officers say they saw him conduct two drug transactions. Authorities say a raid on his home netted 591 bags of heroin. Police say about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, officers saw Eric Gray conduct two drug transactions on New Castle Avenue and arrested him.

    High school junior charged with posting threats on Snapchat
Dominique DextraA high school junior is being held without bail after allegedly posting violent threats in a Snapchat video. According to a police report filed after the arrest of 18-year-old Dominique Dextra, the video states, “Meet me at the school at 3:08. I come to murk these n-----. F--- what you talkin about." The report notes that it's unclear whether Dextra said "murk" or "merch," but that both are slang for "murder." Then the video on Snapchat, a mobile photo and video sharing service, shows Dextra holding a handgun and saying “and I’m gonna bring my little friend with me too,” the report states.

 

    Hasan Bruce guilty of aggravated manslaughter in 2012 Atlantic City killing (of 'aspiring rapper')
Hasan BruceMAYS LANDING — An Atlantic City man on trial for murder was found guilty of the lesser charge of aggravated manslaughter Thursday morning. Hasan Bruce, 21, claimed self-defense in the 2012 fatal shooting of aspiring rapper Zachary Taylor, who was known as Zooty Bang. But Superior Court Judge Albert Garofolo found that, because Bruce set up the meeting with Taylor and assumed the man would bring a gun, he could not then claim self-defense.
   

 

 

   
  • Conspiracy to Sell False IDs to Illegal Aliens Gets Mexican Nationals Up to 10 Years
    Four Mexican nationals have been sentenced in federal court for their roles in a conspiracy that produced and sold thousands of false identification documents to illegal aliens. Kansas City, MO - Eriberto Moises Medina-Aranda, 40, of Rayville, Mo., was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Dean Whipple to 10 years in federal prison without parole. Cesar Mujica-Aranda (Medina-Aranda’s half-brother), also known as “Oscar Gomez,” 25, a citizen of Mexico residing in Liberty, Mo., was sentenced to five years in federal prison without parole. Bernardino Bautista-Hernandez, 33, also known as “Brujo,” a citizen of Mexico residing in Kansas City, Mo., was sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison without parole. Ulises Montiel-Lazcano, also known as “Loco”, 35, a citizen of Mexico residing in Merriam, Kan., was sentenced to 11 months in federal prison without parole.

   

24-Year-Old Man Shot Dead After Threatening Police With Meat Cleaver in New Jersey
Elvin DiazA 24-year-old New Jersey man on probation who threatened police officers with a meat cleaver when they came to check on him after missing an appointment was shot and killed Thursday, a law enforcement source said. Elvin Diaz pulled the large knife on the three officers who were sent to his Hackensack home for a probation welfare check around 2 p.m., and the officers opened fire, authorities said. Hackensack police Director Michael Mordaga said. Diaz put the officers in a situation where they had no choice. Mordaga says the three officers were taken to the hospital to be treated for shock and that they were distraught and upset.


   

   

   

SF Robbery (Pacific Islander) Suspects Accused Of Hitting, Killing (White) Woman During Police Chase Arrested
Bridget KleckerHunter Sagaiga, Robert Pelesauma, Faavesi KokaSAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco police arrested three people early Wednesday on suspicion of homicide and other offenses for allegedly striking and killing a woman during a pursuit in the city last month. Robert Pelesauma, 19, Hunter Sagaiga, 19, and Faavesi Koka, 18, all San Francisco residents, were arrested on suspicion of homicide, conspiracy, evading police, possession of a stolen vehicle and multiple counts of robbery, police said. Police said the trio had committed several armed robberies in the days before April 10, when they were fleeing police shortly before 10 p.m. after a robbery at Clay and Larkin streets. The vehicle they were in struck and killed 42-year-old Bridget Klecker at California and Kearny streets in the city’s Financial District, police said.

   

    Minnesota man linked to ISIS threatened to kill FBI agents, prosecutors say
Mohamed Abdihamid FarahAbdirahman Yasin DaudOne Minnesota man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) told an informant he'd kill FBI agents if they tried to stop him, while another told friends he'd "spit on America" at the U.S.-Mexico border.The document reveals new details about Mohamed Abdihamid Farah and Abdirahman Yasin Daud, both 21. They are among six Minnesota men arrested last month for conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
   

    2 Anaheim men identified, suspected of conspiring to provide material support to terrorists
Nader ElhuzayelTwo 24-year-old Anaheim men were arrested Thursday on suspicion of conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization and are expected to appear this afternoon in federal court in Santa Ana. Nader Salem Elhuzayel and Muhanad Badawi were detained in separate locations Thursday night by the Orange County Joint Terrorism Task Force, which includes officials from the FBI, Anaheim Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Why they were suspected of supporting terrorism groups was not immediately released by federal officials. The family admits that Nader Elhuzayel, who is first-generation American, had become a more devout Muslim over the past six months. He grew his hair out and began worshipping at the nearby Islamic Center of Anaheim.

 

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  • Obama bans discrimination by drones
    The Obama Justice Department issued new guidelines Friday for how the government should operate drones, including declaring a ban on flying them “to engage in discrimination,” ticking off race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation and “gender identity” as out of bounds for drone targeting.

   

Local Chinese Professor Accused Of Sharing Sensitive Information With China
Xiaoxing XiPHILADELPHIA — A local professor is facing charges, according to federal prosecutors. Temple University Physics Department Chair Xiaoxing Xi is charged with four counts of wire fraud in an alleged scheme to share sensitive U.S. technology with China. Federal investigators were at the 47-year-old’s home in Penn Valley. He is a naturalized U.S. citizen born in China.


 

 
  • Philadelphia Sues To Shut Down Chinatown Restaurant After Dozens Allegedly Sickened
    Joy Tsin LauPHILADELPHIA – The city of Philadelphia filed a lawsuit this month in an attempt to shut down a popular Chinatown restaurant where dozens of lawyers were allegedly sickened during an event. Owners of the restaurant now say since then, they got a clean bill of heath from the city. Known for its dim sum, Joy Tsin Lau at 10th and Race Streets is a go-to place in Chinatown. But this past February, a dining experience allegedly resulted in days of vomiting and diarrhea for 100 people, mostly lawyers and law students. On May 6th the city sued to shut Joy Tsin Lau down.
  • Temple Univ. Food Poisoning Linked to Joy Tsin Lau - March 28, 2015
    The eight-course dinner was a fund raiser for Temple University’s law students – sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association.


   

Ferguson 'Protesters' Are Now Protesting That They Didn't Get Paid
Ferguson protestersWere the Ferguson protests a spontaneous expression of community outrage or an orchestrated campaign with paid "protesters"? It's looking more and more like the latter. Later, after the riots in Baltimore erupted, Fox News reported that as many as 50 social media accounts were tied to both those and the Ferguson protests, suggesting the presence of "professional protesters." Now some of the "protesters" themselves are complaining that they never got paid. There's nothing wrong with protesters getting paid. It's a free country, and they have to make a living, too. But maybe these protesters should think about joining a union before they hit the streets next time.

   

    (Black) Vehicular homicide suspect has history of reckless, intoxicated driving offenses
Klifford Moss Jr.Marvin DeSellesThe Lafayette man charged with vehicular homicide following yesterday's St. Martin Parish crash has a history of reckless driving and driving under the influence in at least three parishes across the state. Klifford Moss Jr., 24, is accused of crossing the center line on La. 96 to pass vehicles and hitting motorcyclist Marvin Deselles head-on. Moss is believed to have been intoxicated. It's the third time he's been arrested after allegedly driving under the influence. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Hit-and-run victim was retired (White) U.S. marshal
    The man who was killed in a St. Martin Parish hit-and-run motorcycle crash Tuesday morning was a retired federal customs agent and U.S. marshal. Marvin DeSelles, 69, of Broussard, was on his motorcycle heading eastbound on La. 96 near Windy Hill Road when a 2013 Nissan Altima crossed the centerline to pass two vehicles - including a Chrysler 300 - and slammed head-on into Deselles' Harley-Davidson motorcycle. DeSelles was ejected from his motorcycle. The Chrysler 300 ran over DeSelles and left the scene of the crash. DeSelles died at the scene. Family members said DeSelles was born and raised in New Orleans and served three tours in Vietnam. He and his wife Antoinette moved to Broussard after losing their home during Hurricane Katrina. DeSelles was an avid motorcyclist for more than 40 years. He and his wife were about to celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary.

    (White female) Police officer, suspect killed in Omaha shooting
Marcus WheelerErica Coppage-WilliamsOfficer Kerrie OrozcoOmaha's police chief says an officer shot while helping serve an arrest warrant has died, as has the suspect. Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said Wednesday that 29-year-old Officer Kerrie Orozco died at Creighton University Medical Center shortly after the 1 p.m. shooting. Schmaderer said the suspect, 26-year-old Marcus Wheeler, also died at the hospital. The gunfire erupted while officers were trying to serve a felony arrest warrant on Wheeler. He was wanted on warrant accusing him of previous shooting in Omaha. Paramedics performed CPR on both the officer and the suspect as they were taken to the hospital. Schmaderer says Orozco was a seven-year veteran of the department and worked in the gang unit. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • OPD Officer Kerrie Orozco, Suspect Killed In Shootout
    An Omaha police officer and a suspect were shot and killed after a confrontation Wednesday. The officer is identified as Kerrie Orozco. She was a wife and mother. The suspect is identified as Marcus Wheeler, 26.
  • Court Document Sheds New Light on Assault Case
    New information has surfaced on the reason for a warrant issued last month for 26-year-old Marcus Wheeler in connection with the shooting of 27-year-old Antonio Martin. An affidavit outlines that Martin had received a series of threats on Facebook. Martin said Wheeler had shot at him on three previous occasions dating back to 2012.
  • (Black) Woman Arrested In Connection To Shooting of White Officer
    Erica Coppage-Williams, 24, faces charges of aiding in the concealment of a felon, obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct.

    (Black) Man who shot 4 NYPD cops grins at 110-year prison sentence
Nakwon FoxworthAl PizzanoMatthew GranahanMike KeenanKenneth AyalaHe must think he’s going to live forever. An unrepentant thug convicted of nearly killing four NYPD cops smugly grinned as he was sentenced Thursday to 110 years to life behind bars for the wild shootout. Nakwon Foxworth also sneered at three Emergency Services Unit detectives he fired upon on Easter Sunday 2012, who sat among two dozen other cops in the Brooklyn Supreme courtroom for the sentencing. But he showed no remorse. Then, in a boast full of hot air, he said: “I’ll be back.” Injured in the firefight were Dets. Kenneth Ayala, Michael Keenan, Matthew Granahan and Capt. Al Pizzano, who was not in court Thursday. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Authorities: DNA match led police to (black) suspect in attempted murder of (White) Berkeley Co. deputy
Will RogersWill RogersJerome Thomas CaldwellCHARLESTON, SC - The man police suspected in the attempted murder of a Berkeley County deputy was identified through a DNA match, and was fatally shot by police after opening fire on them, authorities say. Jerome Thomas Caldwell, 32, of Mount Pleasant, died after a 10-hour standoff, "Throughout these negotiations, there were discussions about shooting police officers. Caldwell was pronounced dead at 1:59 p.m.. Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said at 1:47 p.m. Thursday, Caldwell came out of the rear of the apartment in which he had been holed up since approximately 4 a.m. and fired multiple shots at police officers. The officers returned fire, fatally striking Caldwell, Mullen said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: (Cowardly black thug) 'Suspect' arrested for attacking 87-year-old (White) woman in Delmar Loop
Angelo ScottWhite victim's injuriesWhite victimUNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. - An 87-year-old woman said she was attacked by a stranger in the Delmar Loop after she refused to give him money. Angelo Scott allegedly yanked the victim's purse then knocked her to the ground, according to investigators. Afterwards, police said he ran away from the scene, but witnesses chased down Scott to retrieve the woman's belongings. “I don't know whether I was scared or not,” the victim said. “I can't tell you what I felt, because it all happened so quickly.” Police said the woman sustained injuries and bruising to her forearm, face, and head. Scott was arrested and faces robbery charges, authorities said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black gangster) arrested, charged with initiating (black) BP mob attack
Cordero RaglandMEMPHIS, TN - The man accused of leading an attack on a good Samaritan at a BP gas station on Poplar Avenue in April is now behind bars. Cordero Ragland, 23, is accused of being the leader of the pack during the mob attack. Ragland is the 12th and oldest suspect arrested in connection to the violent mob attack caught on camera at a BP gas station on April 10. Police say Ragland isn't just the ringleader of the mob that started this attack, he's also a member of a notorious Memphis gang police have been fighting to shut down: the Dixie Homes Murda Squad. It has been about six weeks since victim Orrden Williams was beaten by a mob of teens after he escorted a woman to her car.
   

    4 (feral black youth) arrested in random ( 'knock-out game') San Jose attacks
feral black youthferal black youthferal black youthferal black youthK9 heroesSAN JOSE, Calif. - San Jose police say four young men were arrested for allegedly punching random people Wednesday night. The men, ranging in age from 15-19, are accused of punching a woman in the stomach as she was walking in the area near Piedmont Road and Sierra. Police say 15 minutes after that attack, just down the street; an elderly man was also assaulted. Both victims described the suspects as teenage African American men wearing dark clothing. A couple hours' later people in the Cataldi Park neighborhood reported a suspicious group of young men fitting the description of the assailants. Officers responded to the scene and took one of the suspects into custody right away. K-9s from Sunnyvale and Santa Clara police departments were able to find the other three suspects hiding in the backyard of a home. Two of those men were bit by the K-9s while resisting arrest.
   

    Police Identify (Black) Family of Four Found Slain in South Anchorage - (murder-suicide)
four-year-old Zaiden Young, 27-year-old Desiree Gonzalez, 24-year-old Curtis Young III, and 17-month-old Zarielle YoungAnchorage police, at a news conference on Thursday, revealed the names of the family found dead in their south Anchorage home on Wednesday. They were identified as 24-year-old Curtis Young, 27-year-old Desiree Leandra Gonzalez, 4-year-old Zaiden Young, and 17-month-old Zarielle Young. Police announced on Thursday that the incident was determined to have been isolated in the home and the department called it a “domestic violence related incident.” The father, upon going to the house and finding the door locked, climbed through a window to find his daughter, her boyfriend and two grandchildren dead from gunshot wounds.
   

    Philadelphia Police Searching For 2 (black) Females Who Robbed A Beauty Supply Store
2 black female thievesblack female suspectPHILADELPHIA – Police are searching for two female suspects who robbed a beauty supply store on Columbus Avenue in Philadelphia. On May 19 around 11:45 a.m., the two suspects entered Cosmo Professional beauty supply at 1100 South Columbus Boulevard and tried to leave the store without paying for numerous flat iron curlers. When an employee, a 66-year-old woman, tried to stop the suspects, one of them sprayed her with pepper spray. Both suspects then fled the scene in a white late model Ford SUV. The first suspect is described as a black female between 25 and 30 and about 5’2” and 200 lbs. She walks with a limp and was wearing black capri pants, a black and white flowered shirt and was armed with pepper spray. The second suspect is also a black female between 25 and 30 years old who is about 5’5” and 230 lbs. She was also wearing black capri pants with a black shirt.

    San Francisco Police Ask For Public’s Help In Brutal Attack Of 77-Year-Old Asian Woman In Chinatown by Black Female
black female suspectelderly Asian victimSAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco police are asking for the public’s help in the brutal assault on a 77-year-old woman in the Chinatown neighborhood earlier this month. San Francisco police spokeswoman Officer Grace Gatpandan said the incident occurred on May 10, possibly on Stockton Street. “The victim was getting off the bus when she was assaulted by the suspect. We do believe there is a Good Samaritan who helped assist our victim after she was attacked,” said Gatpandan. “That Good Samaritan helped her off the bus and had her take a seat on the sidewalk while she recovered. Eventually the victim was able to walk home and notify her family.” Gatpandan said the suspect reportedly struck the victim at least twice on the head. She is only described as an African American woman.

 
  • Police: Shoplifter bites store employee
    black female suspectHungry HipposEVESHAM – Three Philadelphia women face charges after an alleged shoplifting incident turned violent in a township store. The women allegedly were working together to shoplift more than $600 worth of merchandise at the Home Goods store on Route 73, when store employees approached them around 2 p.m. Wednesday, said Evesham police. "The group elected to fight rather than surrender," said police, noting two women were still battling store workers when officers arrived at the scene. One suspect, 25-year-old Juanna Taylor, was charged with assault after she allegedly bit a Home Goods employee, police said. She also was charged shoplifting, as were 28-year-old Mahogany White and 25-year-old Shyfeanah Purnell.
 
 

 

   

Illegal Alien Charged With Child Molestation and Pornography Able To Work With Kids Thanks to Obama Amnesty
Edgar Covarrubias-PadillaRecent press accounts have reported that Edgar Covarrubias-Padilla, a night counselor at a popular science camp in California was charged with sexually abusing a 10-year-old boy along with distribution and possession of child pornography. Mr. Covarrubias-Padilla allegedly applied for and received deferred action under the DACA program. On Monday, Covarrubias was charged with four felonies, which included possession and distribution of more than 600 child porn images and a charge for lewd and lascivious act with a child under 14,"

   

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


    Judge declines last-minute request to toss Gentilly home invasion murder charge
Joshua LeeChristopher LeeChad HuthWith a jury waiting in the wings to hear opening statements in a five-year-old murder case and the victim's family packing the courtroom gallery, a New Orleans judge on Tuesday (May 19) declined to grant Joshua Lee's last-minute request to toss out the charges. Lee, 23, is accused in the April 22, 2010, death of Chad Huth and the wounding of Huth's friend, during a home invasion in Gentilly. They were in Huth's home, in the 5300 block of Cameron Boulevard, at about 1 a.m. when gunmen stormed through the front door and started shooting. Huth was shot several times and died in his bathroom. His friend, then 23, was shot but escaped to hide under a neighbor's house, police said. A third person in the house was not injured. A grand jury charged Lee and his brother, Christopher Lee, in September 2010 with second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder and aggravated burglary. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man found guilty of 2014 Gowen murder (of White man)
Jaman ParishBrent LuttrellKENT COUNTY, Mich. — It was a murder that shocked the small town of Gowen in September 2014 and now one of the suspects has been found guilty of actually killing the man. Kent County Prosecuters say Jaman Parish was convicted of felony murder and five other charges in the death of 34-year-old Brent Luttrell. Officials say Parish and a group of men broke into Lutrell’s Gowen area home in September 2014 and when the victim tried to get away he was stabbed and shot, then was dumped in the roadway. Parish also was found guilty on charges of armed robbery, first-degree home invasion, felony firearms and fourth-degree being a habitual offender. One of the other men involved, Christopher Duncan, also was sentenced to prison for his involvement. Kevin Berry, Issac Fezzey and Tyler Rohn await their day in court. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 6 (1 black and six wiggers) arrested in stabbing, shooting death - October 8, 2014
    The cousin, Josh Hanson, was hit in the face with the butt of a shotgun, but was not seriously hurt. Family memberssaid that the intruders then tied up the women and shot Luttrell’s dog. An autopsy found the cause of death was multiple gunshot and stab wounds. The prosecutor’s office did say drug involvement is suspected and that the homicide was not random, saying at least one of the suspects knew Luttrell. That one suspect may be Chris Duncan. He was also the ex-boyfriend of Lutrell’s girlfriend
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    Bond denied for (black, wigger) suspects in Ogden murder
Michael Anthony R. MalloyBrent Thomas James HyattTheio ManleyYancey Martin EdwardsWILMINGTON, NC — The men accused in a deadly shooting from earlier this week appeared before a judge Thursday morning. Sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Jerry Brewer say deputies arrested Michael Anthony R. Malloy, 24, and Brent Thomas James Hyatt, 25, in connection to the on-going death investigation in the 400 block of Point View Court. In court, a judge denied bond for the two suspects. Both Hyatt and Malloy face charges including first-degree murder, assault, burglary, robbery and cruelty to animals. Deputies say Yancey Edwards, 32, was killed along with two dogs who were also shot. Another man, Joshua Roydes, was shot in the arm and taken to the hospital.
   

    (Black) Eldorado man accused of stabbing, killing (white) pregnant woman, unborn child
Rodney Eugene BlackLatisha ReidelbergerELDORADO, IL - An Eldorado man faces murder charges after police say he stabbed a pregnant woman killing her and her unborn child. Rodney Eugene Black, 56, of Eldorado faces three murder charges and three intentional homicide of an unborn child charges. Police say Black stabbed a woman to death on April 17, killing her and her an unborn child. According to court records, Black stabbed Latisha Reidelberger multiple times with a knife. Records show Black knew Reidelberger was pregnant and had intent to cause harm to her or her unborn child. Black was taken to the Saline County Jail. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Cobb County man accused of setting pit bull on fire
Calib Dansel LanierRoyaltiA Cobb County man is accused of setting fire to a doghouse, causing severe burns to the female pit bull that was inside, according to police. Calib Dansel Lanier, of Smyrna, was arrested Monday night at his home and charged with aggravated cruelty to animals and third-degree arson, both felonies, Cobb jail records showed. Lanier was being held Tuesday afternoon on $10,000 bond. No information was released on a possible motive. An arrest warrant stated the dog did not belong to Lanier. Said accused did maliciously cause physical harm to an animal, ‘Royalti’, a 1½ year old female pit bulldog, when he used a flammable accelerant to ignite the dog house that Royalti occupied, causing severe burns and serious disfiguration across the head and body of the dog,” the warrant stated. - (Burned Alive!)

    Sex offender arrested after lurking in children's section of local library
Anthony BriggsKINSTON, LENOIR COUNTY - A sex offender was arrested for being in the children's section of the Kinston/Lenoir County Library, according to the Kinston Department of Public Safety. Anthony Briggs, 29, a registered sec offender, was arrested Tuesday and charged with felony sex offender on a child premises. Kinston police said the incident happened on Saturday, May 16, 2015 and Sunday, May 17, 2015, at the library located at 510 North Queen Street in Kinston. The staff of the library told police there was a suspicious man at the library.

    Man Arrested in Sexual Assault of 12-Year-Old Girl * Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Girl, 12, Arrested
Isiah Tyrek BoganWASHINGTON — Police say they have arrested the man accused of sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl in Forestville. Police identified the suspect as 20-year-old Isiah Tyrek Bogan of the 1900 block of Brooks Drive. He was taken into custody Wednesday after officers spotted him in Forestville. Bogan is accused of sexually assaulting the girl at nearby 2100 block of Brooks Drive on May 13. Police were able to identify Bogan after an updated description of the suspect was given by the victim’s mother who tackled Bogan to the ground last Friday. He also has a birthmark or scar on his face. Bogan is a black male, 5’4″, with shoulder-length dreadlocks and several tattoos, including a star on each shoulder.
   


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  • The Truth of Interracial Rape in the United States
    black rapistIn the United States in 2005, 37,460 white females were sexually assaulted or raped by a black man, while between zero and ten black females were sexually assaulted or raped by a white man. What this means is that every day in the United States, over one hundred white women are raped or sexually assaulted by a black man.
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