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kidnap, robbery, gang-rape, executions
Updated Saturday, September 11, 2004
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The Wichita Eagle: Crime & Courts - (link updated 10/10/2002)
(Editor note: thanks very much for readers that have sent in links to stories below)
|NewsMax: Media Keep Ignoring Interracial Mass Murder in Wichita|
Downplay Racial Element in Kansas Murder Trial|
Prosecutors in Wichita, Kan. are seeking the death penalty for two African-American brothers accused of murdering five white people and wounding a sixth in a shooting spree that has become known locally as the "Wichita Massacre" and the "Wichita Horror." "If this had been two white males accused of killing four black individuals, the media would be on a feeding frenzy and every satellite news organization would be in Wichita doing live reports,"
|[Reader reports] More Bang-Up Carr Brothers
Journalism From Mainstream Media-FOX Transposes Photos |
Did FOX get their information off the Court TV website? - 'Wichita Massacre' Trial Underway
"Your only source for the shocking eyewitness testimony of the lone survivor of America's most suppressed massacre. The long-suppressed, horrifying pre-trial testimony of H.G., the heroic survivor of the Wichita Massacre, is now available. The complete 80-page Survivor Testimony file available for $4.95" - (not affiliated with New Nation News)
|Court TV decides not to broadcast Carr trial live - (forum)|
TV to air 'Wichita horror' - (T.N.B.)
The Real 'Wichita Horror': Media-Induced Passivity - by Sam Francis
Wichita Carr Brothers ATM-Kidnap-Rape-Murder Trial Updates
Horror' trial to begin - By Valerie Richardson - THE
Wichita Massacre - The crime-and motive-the media ignored. by Stephen Webster
On September 9, Reginald Carr and his brother Jonathan go on trial for what has become known as the Wichita Massacre. The two black men are accused of a week-long crime spree that culminated in the quadruple homicide of four young whites in a snowy soccer field in Wichita, Kansas. In all, the Carr brothers robbed, raped or murdered seven people.
-- Reposted on Front Page Magazine - (reader link)
Kansas killings revive death penalty furor|
(by Tim Jones - The Chicago Tribune - reader link)
The killings in December of five people in two incidents in Wichita stunned the state's largest city and have renewed focus on capital punishment as prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty for the two brothers accused of the crimes. The defendants also have generated questions as well as a debate about hate crimes because the accused are black and the victims are white.
Late on the night of Dec. 14, three men and two women, all in their 20s, were abducted from a house in an upper middle-class neighborhood on the city's northeast side and forced to withdraw hundreds of dollars from automated teller machines. Then the five were taken to a nearby soccer field, where they were sexually assaulted and shot in the head.
One victim survived and reported
the crime to police, leading to the apprehension of the two brothers. Reginald
Carr, 28, and Jonathan Carr, 21, of Dodge City, were arrested Dec. 15 in connection
with the killings, as well as the Dec. 11 slaying of a cellist with the Wichita
Symphony Orchestra. They have been charged with multiple counts of capital murder,
punishable by death...
Racial motive debated
"The numbers of cruel and callous killings in this crime makes it subject to serious consideration that part of the motive was racial," Louis Calabro, president of the California-based European/American Issues Forum, said in a letter to the Wichita Eagle.
Quadruple homicide defendant wants records kept from public|
Reginald Carr is asking Kansas appellate courts to keep some documents in his capital murder case out of public view. First Amendment experts say keeping court documents open is necessary to retain public faith in the judicial system. "Secret courts don't engender public faith," said Charles Davis, director of the Freedom of Information Center at the University of Missouri. (reader links)
lawyers to argue that charges be dropped|
Judge Rebecca Pilshaw is scheduled to hear arguments today on whether to drop charges against Reginald and Jonathan Carr. The Carr brothers, who face the death penalty, are charged with a combined 113 criminal counts in Sedgwick County District Court. Most stem from Wichita's second December quadruple homicide, in which the victims were found on a snowy soccer field. The Carrs are also charged with killing a Wichita symphony cellist and robbing another man. (reader link)
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