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2 April 2020

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Bible
...we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.

The Slaughter of Innocents - by Morlocks


    (black) Woman booked with murder in fatal French Quarter hit-and-run after surrendering to police
black suspectNew Orleans police have arrested the driver accused of killing a woman by intentionally hitting her with a vehicle on a French Quarter street.

Asrielles Wise, 25, was booked with second-degree murder and obstruction of justice after she surrendered to authorities Thursday, NOPD said. Investigators allege that Wise was the woman behind the wheel of a gray Hyundai Sonata that intentionally backed into Amber Mello, 55, of Massachusetts, as Mello tried to break up a fight in the 700 block of St. Louis Street just after midnight on March 16.
The then-unidentified driver hit another vehicle before speeding away from the scene, authorities said.  Mello, who was vacationing in town with her husband and friends, was pronounced dead at the scene. Three days later, NOPD released images of the suspect vehicle and a woman considered a person of interest. Police did not say whether Wise was the person in photo.  Wise was being held Monday at the Orleans Parish Prison in lieu of a $205,000 bond. - (Black-on-White)




    (black as coal) Man accused of fatally shooting (White) woman in Columbus Co.
black suspectCOLUMBUS COUNTY, N.C. (WECT) - A Chadbourn man is accused of fatally shooting a woman early Monday morning.

Jerald Devon Dennis, 32, has been charged with murder in the death of 23-year-old Emily Ashton Ivey, of Cerro Gordo. According to the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a report of a person with a gunshot wound at a residence on Dessie Road. Upon arriving at the scene, they found Ivey deceased from a gunshot wound.

Deputies located Dennis hiding in a wooded area near the residence and reportedly found a stolen firearm near the area he was located. Dennis then was taken to the hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound. “Columbus County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division executed a search warrant at the Dessie Road residence,” the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post. “Evidence pertaining to the investigation was collected during the search. Dennis was treated and released from the hospital. He was then transported to Columbus County Sheriff’s Office where he was interviewed. At the conclusion of the interview, he was arrested and charged with murder.” - (Black-on-White)


It was not reported if the suspect and victim knew each other or if this was 'domestic violence'


    (soulless black) Round Rock man charged with murder in connection with body found in southwest Austin
black suspectAUSTIN (KXAN) — A Round Rock man has been arrested in connection with a body found in southwest Austin last week. Darcy Deshay McMillian, 33, was arrested in Bell County Saturday, March 28
and charged with first-degree murder for the death of
24-year-old Zach Ledbetter.
Austin police officers responded to a call last Thursday night of a man with obvious injuries lying in the road near the 500 block of Arnulfo Alonso Way, formerly Zilker Clubhouse Road. The man wasn’t breathing when APD arrived at the scene, police say. Life-saving attempts were made by paramedics, but the man was pronounced dead at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
- (Black-on-White)




    (black) Eufaula man arrested in Headland homicide; victim identified
black suspectHEADLAND — A Eufaula man has been arrested and charged in the murder of a Headland woman whose body was discovered in her apartment Sunday with multiple stab wounds after neighbors notified police they were concerned about her whereabouts.

Stephon Arkel Walton, 23, is charged in the homicide of Josie Renee McClenney, 23. Police said McClenney and Walton were involved in an “off-and-on” relationship for a long period of time.

The Headland Police Department and the Henry County Coroner’s Office are still investigating the crime scene at Greentree Apartments after residents notified police about a neighbor’s well-being. According to Headland police Chief Mark Jones, several residents were worried about McClenney, who they had not seen in some time, and a foul odor was reported coming from McClenney’s apartment.

“Officers arrived on scene to find a female victim in her early 20s stabbed to death in her apartment,” Jones said. “At this time, it appears the victim was stabbed multiple times. We believe, at this time, the victim had been dead for three to four days. Additional testing will be conducted, due to the condition of the body.” - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    REFERENCE: One of the black pimps in above story murdered a (White) man in 2011
black suspectMan convicted of 2011 negligent homicide allegedly violates parole
(posted) -
May 29, 2019
A man who was convicted of negligent homicide and sentenced to 15 years in prison with 10 suspended was re-arrested this week for violating the terms of his suspended sentence. According to court documents, Mario Juan Drake, 30, was sentenced in 2013 and released on parole in 2017 in Billings. Since his release, Drake's parole officer has noted several substance use violations and a failure to report a change of address.

Most recently, Probation and Parole reported Drake as an absconder after he "deliberately made his whereabouts unknown...and/or failed to report for the purposes of avoiding supervision."

According to the charging document from 2011, Drake was charged with negligent homicide after he punched Cody Palmer during a party, causing him to fall down a flight of stairs and hit his head on the concrete. Palmer was knocked unconscious and later died.  - (Black-on-White)




    What happened to Hannah? Family shares information on missing Wilmington woman found dead in Hampstead
black suspect PENDER COUNTY — A missing Wilmington woman was found dead in Hampstead Thursday evening by law enforcement, according to the Pender County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO).

Deputies had been looking for Hannah Nicole Faith, 18, since her grandmother filed a missing report on Wednesday. She had last made contact with her family by telephone the previous Wednesday, March 18.

The PCSO believes that Faith was with Micah Me’Nace Howard, an 18-year-old black male, on that date, according to a release sent late Thursday morning.

On Thursday morning the deceased woman’s mother, Monica Faith, said that her daughter had called her own mother, Carolyn Faith, and said that Hannah had been fighting with Howard, her boyfriend, and was planning to break off the relationship.

According to the family, Howard was pulled over while driving Hannah’s 2005 Buick on Sunday, four days after the phone call, but her daughter was not inside the vehicle at the time, according to what a police officer told Carolyn, the grandmother who filed the report.

Possible weekend sighting at Walmart near Jacksonville
This person, according to Hannah, had seen a couple that appeared to resemble her daughter and Howard at a Walmart in Richlands, about ten miles northwest of Jacksonville. This person informed her that the man was yelling at the woman aggressively and that the woman had bruising on her arms and her hair “was in a mess,” according to Monica. “She said she looked scared,” according to Monica. - (Black-on-White)



Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)
Dangers of trying to break-up a degrading and abusive sexual relationship with a black man
    Breaking up is hard to do


    K-9 deputy stabbed in the head, Polk sheriff’s office arrests (drug-crazed black) felon with violent history
black suspect POLK COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – A man is facing multiple charges after he stabbed a Polk County Sheriff’s Office K-9 multiple times in the head and cut a sheriff’s deputy with a kitchen knife while hiding in a closet following a failed burglary attempt.

According to deputies, Carl McHargh Jr, 31, broke into a home in Lakeland on March 28 around 8:30 p.m by smashing the glass on the front door of a home on Grand Pines Boulevard using a tire lug wrench.

Once deputies arrived on scene Deputy Sheriff Scott Cronin and his K-9 partner Vise learned Mchargh Jr. was hiding inside the master bedroom closet refusing to come out. As deputies attempted to get McHargh Jr. to surrender K-9 Vise was sent into the closet to detain him.

Once K-9 Vise was inside the closet, McHargh Jr. began to stab the K-9 with a kitchen knife he had grabbed from the victims’ kitchen. Deputy Cronin was able to rip the knife out of McHargh Jr’s hand but was cut in the struggle.

After McHargh Jr. was taken into custody he suffered what deputies called a significant medical event suspected to be an excitied delirium from a cocaine-induced state. McHargh Jr. was transported to a local hospital, where he tested positive for cocaine and was intubated. He remains in the ICU in critical condition.

K-9 Vise was taken to Parkway Veterinary Emergency Clinic where he underwent surgery for nine stab wounds and an arterial bleed. While Deputy Cronin suffered a laceration while wrestling the knife out of the suspect’s hand. Both are expected to make a full recovery.
- (Black-on-White)




    ("Reckless" black) 53-year-old charged in blunt force trauma death of (White) Birmingham man
black suspectA suspect is behind bars in the blunt force trauma death of a man in Birmingham last month.
Rory Antinio Brownlee, 53, is charged with reckless manslaughter in slaying of 46-year-old Bryan Edward Hooper. Reckless manslaughter is a felony.
On Saturday, Feb. 29, North Precinct officers were dispatched to a fight call at Second Avenue North and 13th Street. Officers arrived on the scene to find Hooper unresponsive on the ground. Hooper was taken to UAB Hospital’s Trauma Center where he remained until his death almost a week later. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office said he died from blunt force trauma. According to court records, Brownlee “recklessly caused the death of Hooper by hitting him in the head.” Authorities have not announced any additional details in Hooper’s death. Brownlee, also charged with drug possession, is being held in the Jefferson County Jail on bonds totaling $185,000. He has a court date set for April 20. - (Black-on-White)




    (black) Suspect charged in armed robbery of (White) woman in Riverchase Galleria parking deck
black suspect A 22-year-old Birmingham man is behind bars and charged in the robbery of a woman in the Riverchase Galleria’s North parking deck.

Hoover police late Friday afternoon announced the arrest of Aiko Nahsima Deonte Mills. He is charged with first-degree robbery.

The holdup happened shortly before 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 13, on the third level of the deck. Joy Geer, a 21-year-old Jefferson State Community College baking and pastry major, was in between appointments so decided to kill some time at the mall. She had just finished reading a text message on her phone and was gathering her belongings together to go inside when she heard, and felt, her driver’s side window glass breaking. “There was a man screaming but I really just saw a gun in my window,’’ she said.

The assailant, described by Hoover police as an unknown black male, had busted her window with his gun and was yelling demands at Geer. She handed him her cell phone and he was screaming for her to give him the code. She told him there wasn’t one.  “He was getting frustrated,’’ she said. He then asked for more. “I kept telling him I didn’t have anything, but he said, ‘I don’t care. Give me everything you’ve got.’’’ Once the suspect got her wallet, he fled to a waiting vehicle and left the scene. “The glass had cut me across the face and arms. There was piece lodged in my cheek,’’ Geer said. “I know I sat in my car for a second in shock.”

“I kept looking around hoping somewhere was there,’’ she said, but she was alone. That’s when she sought help inside the mall. “I needed to get inside and tell someone because I didn’t know what he was going to do to someone else.” She quickly found help inside. Mills had fled the scene. - (Black-on-White)





    (Black) Man charged with murder of (White) woman found dead behind Greensboro church in 2012
Police say 33-year-old Paula Joy Nicks died of blunt force trauma.

black suspectGREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro Police say they've charged a man with the murder of a woman who was found dead behind a church back in 2012.
Police found the body of 33-year-old Paula Joy Nicks on May 25, 2012, behind a church on Randolph Avenue. Investigators say she died from blunt force trauma.  
Detectives working off new information were able to determine 27-year-old Jack Leon Coker, Jr. was involved in Nicks' murder. They say he lived in Greensboro when the murder happened.  Police arrested Coker on Tuesday, February 11 after he was released from the NC Department of Corrections. Police say he was serving a sentence for Attempted Second Degree Rape, which happened in the Kinston, NC area.  - (Black-on-White)



    Killeen: Bond set at $1 million for (black) suspect in deadly local shooting of a (White) man
black suspectKILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) Bond is set at $1 million for a suspect in a deadly shooting late Monday night in in the 3700 block of Dustin Court in Killeen.

Jovino Jamel Roy, 25 of Copperas Cove, was in the Bell County Jail Thursday charged with murder. According to The Department of Defense Manpower Data Center, Roy is an an active army service member.

Police identified the victim of the shooting as Michael Steven Wardrobe, 22.
Records indicate Wardrobe was also an active army service member, but left in January of this year. Officers found Wardrobe lying the front yard of a home after responding to a report of the shooting at around 10:45 p.m. Monday. He had been shot repeatedly. Wardrobe was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers arrested Roy at a nearby convenience store. The shooting occurred after an argument between Wardrobe and another man turned physical, police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez said Wednesday. “During the altercation the suspect fired several shots at the victim and fled the area,” she said. - (Black-on-White)




    (White) Woman found dead at Horseshoe Lake, where mother was killed 24 years earlier by (black) killer
black suspect A man convicted in one of the most infamous murders in recent Mid-South history appears to have killed the daughter of one of his original victims, 24 years later.

Martha McKay — a member of the influential Snowden family that once owned the Peabody hotel — was found dead late Wednesday morning at her home, the historic Snowden House at Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas.

The suspect in the killing is Travis Santay Lewis, according to Crittenden County Sheriff Mike Allen. Lewis was 17 when he pleaded guilty to the 1996 Horseshoe Lake murders of McKay's mother, Sally Snowden McKay, and Sally McKay's nephew, Lee Baker, a popular Memphis blues/rock guitarist.
Lewis, 39, had been paroled in 2018, according to Allen. He had been charged as an adult in connection with the 1996 murders.

"Deputies today responded to an alarm at the historical Snowden House in Horseshoe Lake," Allen said, in a statement. "Two deputies that arrived found an open back door and upon clearing the house located a possible suspect who jumped from an upstairs window and ran to a vehicle that he drove across the yard and got stuck in the yard.

"The suspect then jumped from the car and ran and jumped into the lake. He was observed going under the water and never came back up." According to Allen, rescue teams from the sheriff's department and Arkansas Game and Fish used sonar equipment to locate and recover the body of Lewis, who had drowned.
In addition, "the body of a female was found deceased inside the house." Allen identified the woman as Martha McKay.
Neighbors reported that deputies told them McKay had been stabbed, while others said a hammer was the weapon.

Built in 1919, the Snowden House is located several houses away from the Sally McKay home where McKay, 75, and Baker, 52, were found shot to death on Sept. 10, 1996.  The property also served as a location for the 1994 movie adaptation of the John Grisham murder mystery, "The Client."  Lewis  pleaded guilty to the two murders on April 7, 1998, the day his Circuit Court trial was about to begin in Marion, Arkansas. He was sentenced to (only) 28 1/2 years.  - (Black-on-White)




    Missing (White) woman found in shallow grave was tied up with Christmas light cords - killed by her interracial roommates
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -- Two people have been charged with murder after their roommate was found "tied and restrained with Christmas light cords and tape" in a shallow grave near Reedy River, according to an arrest warrant. The body was found Tuesday in an open field off Dunklin Bridge Road, according to Lt. Ryan Flood, with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office. According to Flood, investigators discovered the body after receiving information just after 3 p.m

Flood said the victim, Carolyn Jackson, had been reported missing.

Flood said Amanda Marie Scott, 36, and Denardis Jamont Kilgo, 39 are facing charges for murder and kidnapping after investigators learned the pair, who was staying with Jackson at the time, killed her using blunt force trauma, bound her and buried her in a shallow grave.
A warrant said Jackson "suffered blunt force trauma and was wrapped in a manner which prevented her from breathing, effectively obstructing her airway." The motive for the killing is still under investigation, Flood said. - (Black-on-White)


  • Greenville County deputies searching for missing 60-year-old woman -  March 21, 2020.
    GREENVILLE COUNTY, SC (FOX Carolina) The Greenville County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in searching for a woman last seen on March 21.  According to deputies, Carolyn Felicia Jackson, 60, was last seen at a Daventon Road residence on sometime Saturday. She does have some known medical conditions.  Jackson stands at 5'2'' and weighs around 110 pounds.  Deputies, along with a K-9 search and rescue team are currently searching for her. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to please call 911 immediately.
Dangers of interracial dating
Hook up with a black man - he is going to commit a crime and you are going to get arrested with him.


    (black) Hope Mills man arrested in Cumberland County triple shooting that killed two, injured one
black suspect HOPE MILLS, N.C. (WTVD) -- A Hope Mills man is behind bars after a man and a teenager were killed in a shooting in Cumberland County on March 21.

Cumberland County deputies arrested 20-year-old Sterling James Straughter, of the 1900 block of Teesdale Drive in Hope Mills in a triple shooting that took the lives of 21-year-old Franklin Monroe of Hope Mills and 16-year-old Cameron Emery of Fayetteville. The third victim, a girl, was taken to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.

Monroe and Emery were found dead Saturday night at the intersection of Ajax Drive and Tower Drive in Hope Mills.
- (Black-on-White)




    (black female) Jayona Brown, teen accused in crash that killed Metro officer, charged as adult
black suspectNASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Jayona Brown, the teenager charged in a deadly crash that killed a Metro police officer, is now facing charges in the adult court system.

She faces several charges, including vehicular homicide, in the death of 28-year-old Officer John Anderson. Metro police say she was booked into jail Monday night. Anderson was killed in an early-morning fiery crash on the Fourth of July. At the time of the crash, Brown was 17 years old. She has since turned 18.

A transfer hearing for Brown was held in early February. During the hearing, the teen told Judge Sheila Calloway, "I’ll do everything in my power to keep me out of trouble. I want to go to school. I want to go to college... I want to get close to my family. My intention is not to get into any more trouble."


Judge Calloway signed the order to transfer Brown into the adult system on March 23. Her bond was set at $100,000.
- (Black-on-White)




    (WHITE FEMALE) Elgin teen found dead at Taylor hospital in apparent shooting - BLACK suspect found hiding in dumpster
black suspectTAYLOR, Texas — The Taylor Police Department (TPD) responded to the Baylor Scott and White Medical Center in Taylor, Texas, on Saturday at around 12:18 a.m. where they found a dead teen who had been shot in the face, according to a TPD press release. Taylor police later identified the victim as 17-year-old Jade Erwin of Elgin, Texas. According to the press release, an investigation discovered that the shooting took place "in a moving vehicle in Bastrop County."

Police say 25-year-old Marquis Wilson of Elgin, Texas, and a female subject then drove to the hospital in Taylor where Erwin was found dead. The vehicle was located on scene and both subjects were later found hiding in a dumpster at a Beall's department store. According to police, both subjects have been apprehended and Wilson has been charged with manslaughter. Wilson is being held on a $50,000 bond. - (Black-on-White)




    2017 Fresno shooting spree - a racially charged shooting spree in which three white men were killed by a black muslim terrorist
black suspectThe shooting spree in Fresno, California on April 18, 2017 was a racially charged shooting spree in which three white men were killed.
Kori Ali Muhammad was the perpetrator and was arrested by police at the scene of his last killing. Muhammad said he went on his shooting spree because of his hatred for white people and particularly white men.
Muhammad fired off 17 shots, shooting and killing three men, shooting and missing at another three men, and shooting at a vehicle with passengers inside.The passengers of the vehicle were unharmed. All of Muhammad's victims were white.Kori Muhammad was charged with four counts of murder and four counts of attempted murder.[8]

Prior to Muhammad engaging in the shooting spree, Muhammad shot a security guard dead at a Motel 6 on April 13. On his social media posts, police stated that Muhammad made posts of him hating white people and expressing anti- government views. Muhammad shouted "God is greatest" in Arabic when he was apprehended, however police determined that the crime was not due to religious extremism and was a hate crime. Muhammad was not affiliated with any terrorist groups. {except for Islam}
- (Black-on-White)
   


    Murder warrant issued for BLACK man in connection to 2019 shooting in Charleston of a (White) man
black suspectCHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A warrant has been issued for a suspect in connection to a deadly shooting that happened in Charleston in 2019.

Charleston Police have issued a murder warrant for Lasalle Javon Burnett, 38, of Charleston. According to police, Burnett is wanted in connection to the shooting death of Adam Swim, 41, of Charleston. To see our previous coverage of the case, click here. Police say Burnett is already in South Center Regional Jail on an unrelated charge.

Swim was killed at his home on Ash Street in June of 2019, according to police. Police say they found Swim with a gunshot wound to the head when they arrived. - (Black-on-White)




    (black killer of White woman) spared by jury from death, gets 2 life sentences plus 63 years for murder, rape
black suspectTrish Anderson spoke for nearly 25 minutes Monday in a Franklin County courtroom to eulogize her “smart, funny, witty, zany, unique” daughter and condemn the man who took her daughter’s life as “an evil monster.”

She told the court about the 24-year-old woman who grew up in Warren in northeast Ohio, graduated with a degree from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and was training to become a funeral director at Shaw-Davis Funeral Homes in Columbus, where she had made countless friends in a short time.

“My daughter is Rachael Nicoletta Anderson,” she said. “She is not case number 18CR00769. That always bothered me.”

After she spoke, Anthony J. Pardon was sentenced to life without parole for raping and murdering Rachael Anderson during a break-in at her East Side apartment.

The sentence, imposed by Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Stephen L. McIntosh, was in keeping with the recommendation of a jury of eight women and four men who spared the 55-year-old Pardon from the death penalty after convicting him of the crimes in February.

McIntosh also gave Pardon an additional life sentence for the physical harm caused during the rape. And he tacked on 63 years for kidnapping, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary, as well as finding that Pardon qualified as a repeat violent offender.


McIntosh admitted that even he was startled by the brutality of the crime when prosecutors first projected on a courtroom screen a crime-scene photo of the victim’s body, gagged and hogtied and stuffed in a bedroom closet.

Prosecutors used DNA evidence and cellphone-tracking technology to help establish that Pardon raped and strangled Anderson and stabbed her in the back of the neck in her apartment in the 3000 bock of Allegheny Avenue on the night of Jan. 28, 2018, her 24th birthday.

Pardon didn’t react as the victim’s mother spoke, nor when her father, Bill Anderson, called him “an animal who stalked and preyed on our beautiful daughter.” - (Black-on-White)




    Black killer of his white 'baby-momma' and his new sexpal charged with murder - black also murdered 2 other white victims
black suspect








BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (FOX 9) - On the 11th anniversary of April Pease's disappearance, two people have been charged in connection to her murder after they allegedly abducted her in 2009 from a women's shelter in Bloomington, Minnesota.

"Our thoughts are with her family as they reflect back on the eleven painful years since she went missing," read a statement from Bloomington Police. "We would like to thank all the local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies that assisted with this homicide case that spanned over four different states. We would also like to recognize our Detectives, both current and now retired, who worked on this missing person case that today lead to murder charges. They never gave up on trying to find April and hold those responsible for her disappearance accountable."

Cedric Joseph Marks, 45, of Belton, Texas and Kellee Kristine Sorensen, 34, of Lynden, Washington, have both been charged with second-degree murder.

Marks became a person of interest in Pease's case in 2019 after he was arrested in an unrelated murder case in Texas. Marks had shared a(n illegitimate mixed race) child with Pease when they lived together in Washington. According to the criminal complaint, Pease had suffered abuse at the hands of Marks. In 2009, Pease left with her four-year-old son and moved to a women's shelter in Bloomington.

According to the charges, on March 16, 2019, Sorensen told police she helped Marks find Pease at the women's shelter in Bloomington and helped with the abduction. She explained they parked across the street of the facility and waited for Pease. When they saw Pease get out of her vehicle with her son, Marks punched Pease and put her in their vehicle. In the meantime, Sorenson dropped the boy off at the women's shelter.

Sorensen and Marks drove off to another area with Pease. At some point, Marks took Pease out of the vehicle, put her in a chokehold and later dragged her out of Sorenson's sight. Marks later returned, crying, saying he killed Pease and removed her teeth and hands to prevent a possible identification. Pease's body has never been recovered. - (DESECRATION OF A CORPSE)

In February of 2020, authorities interviewed Marks' wife Ginell McDonough, who said Marks admitted to her that he killed Pease in order to get custody of his son. She also remembered that Marks gave her a CD, which he made for his son to watch when he turned 18 years old. The CD contained two videos in which he addresses his children and says he is "about to go and do something that could either get him locked away for the rest of his life or get him killed," according to the charges.

He then addresses his son with Pease directly, saying he's going on a road trip to save his life because he claims Pease kidnapped the boy, the charges state. Marks says he's about to go and do something "horrible," but he has to do it because the courts are siding with Pease.  


Marks is currently in custody in Texas, while Sorensen is in custody in Washington.
- (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    (black) 19-year-old gets 50 years in prison for murder of IU med school doctor
black suspectINDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A 19-year-old man will serve 50 years in prison for the home burglary and murder of an Indiana University School of Medicine doctor in 2017.

Devon Seats had tried to back out of a deal with prosecutors, but a judge said upheld the Seats’ original agreement to accept the plea agreement.

Dr. Kevin Rodgers, 61, a faculty member at the Indiana University School of Medicine, was killed by gunfire during the burglary Nov. 20, 2017, at his home in the 7500 block of Ballenshire South Drive. Rodgers served as IU School of Medicine program director emeritus and was also involved with the emergency training program for more than 25 years.

Seats was one of four men charged in the case. - (Black-on-White)





    (defiled white) Rock Island mother, (black) boyfriend charged with murder in infant's death - "FOUL PLAY" skull cracked like egg
ROCK ISLAND, Ill. (KWQC) - A Rock Island woman and her boyfriend are facing a first-degree murder charge after police say her four-month-old son died from blunt-force trauma to the skull.

Tanda M. Allee, 23, and Mateo D. Williams, 20, are both being held in the Rock Island County Jail on a $2 million bond, Rock Island police said in a media release early Saturday. Police responded at 9:10 a.m. Tuesday to the 400 block of 12th Avenue for an unresponsive infant.

The infant, identified as Elias S. Austin, was pronounced dead at the scene. Foul play was suspected after the discovery of multiple fractures throughout the child's body, Rock Island County State's Attorney Dora Villarreal said Saturday.
An autopsy conducted Wednesday in Peoria determined the cause of death was blunt-force trauma to the skull.
The child also suffered multiple skull fractures, bone fractures, and other severe injuries consistent with abuse, according to Villarreal.
Police obtained murder charges against Allee and Williams on Friday, according to the release.
The child’s older sibling has been removed from the home and placed in temporary foster care, Villarreal said. She added that no injuries have been found on the older child at this time, but further examination and medical records are pending. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(the defiled white sex-pocket, her baby or a member of her family...)



    Black male and his defiled white female sex-partner arrested for the fatal stabbing (of White man)
black suspectLincoln Police have made two arrests in connection to a homicide that occurred early March 8 at an apartment in the 2000 block of Orchard Street.

Krysean Reynolds, 19, and Makayla Fell, 20, were arrested and jailed on suspicion of aiding and abetting first degree murder.

Police arrived at the apartment at about 3:30 a.m. Sunday to find a friend performing CPR on Edward Varejcka. Officers took over until rescue workers arrived, but were unable to save Varejcka, who was pronounced dead at 4:09 a.m.

Investigators spent much of Sunday processing the crime scene and talking with witnesses. They also recovered a knife in the apartment.

Chief Jeff Bliemeister said there were at least three people in the apartment, including Varejcka, when intruders came in and attacked him. A fourth man, who lived at the apartment, was outside. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating
Hook up with a black man - he is going to commit a crime and you are going to get arrested with him.


    (black) Teen indicted in 2019 slaying of 78-year-old (White) Birmingham man
black suspectA Birmingham teen has been indicted in last year’s slaying of a 78-year-old man inside his east Birmingham home.

A grand jury on March 6 issued indictments against 19-year-old Eric Kindred for capital murder, burglary and theft of property, according to court records made public Friday. He is charged in the Aug. 29, 2019 shooting death of Louis “Louie” Zicarelli.

Kindred has been in the Jefferson County Jail since Sept. 13. Initially his bond was set at $450,000 but he is now being held without bond.

Zicarelli was shot to death that Thursday night when he opened the front door of his home on Ninth Court Circle South. It was about 9:30 p.m. when he heard the knock and responded.

When police responded to the 911 call, they found Zicarelli unresponsive just inside his home. His wife was also home at the time but was not injured. Kindred lived in the same neighborhood as Zicarelli, who had owned the home for decades.
Police said the teen is responsible for a burglary at the home earlier in the day and the theft of Zicarelli’s black Ford Fusion.
- (Black-on-White)




    (black) Man, (Hispanic) woman charged in fatal shooting of officer - Prosecutor plans to seek death penalty
Capital murder charges were filed Thursday against a local man and woman for the shooting death Tuesday of Hot Springs police Officer 1st Class Brent Scrimshire and the state plans to seek the death penalty on both suspects, Prosecuting Attorney Michelle Lawrence said in a news release.

Kayvon Moshawn Daking Ward, 21, the alleged shooter, who was still being treated Thursday at a local hospital, is charged with capital murder with a felony firearm enhancement, punishable by life in prison or death, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, punishable by up to life in prison, and possession of a defaced firearm, punishable by up to six years.

Coriama Hernandez, 20, who lists a Linwood Avenue address, was booked into the detention center shortly before 3 a.m. Wednesday on a 48-hour hold and was charged Thursday as an accomplice to capital murder and with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, punishable by up to life in prison.

Ward has been sought since Aug. 18, 2019, on unrelated felony warrants for first-degree battery and a misdemeanor count of third-degree battery stemming from allegations he shot Zachary Bennett, 21, following an altercation that day at 315 Grove St. Bennett reportedly sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Hot Springs police had posted Ward's photo and information to the media and on social media, noting he was to be considered "armed and dangerous" after the August incident.

According to a news release issued by Lawrence, on Tuesday, around 6:30 p.m., Scrimshire conducted a routine traffic stop on a red Nissan Xterra in the 100 block of Kenwood Street after noting the vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign at Hobson and Linwood avenues. Scrimshire made contact with the driver, later identified as Ward, and noted there was a small child, approximately 2 years old, in the rear of the vehicle who was not in a child safety seat. Scrimshire asked Ward for his driver's license and current proof of insurance and asked him to contact someone to retrieve the child or bring a car seat for the child.

Ward reportedly provided a false name and date of birth at that time. Officer Anthony Larkin arrived to assist Scrimshire and a few minutes later, Hernandez arrived on the scene. The officers asked her what the driver's name was, but she would not provide his name, the release said.
Ward began attempting to exit the vehicle as the officers were speaking with Hernandez. The officers attempted to stop Ward and handcuff him at that point. Ward allegedly told the officers three different times "they were not going to arrest him" and resisted arrest and began "actively fighting both officers."

Hernandez allegedly began pulling and pushing on the officers and yelling at them to stop and leave Ward alone. Larkin then told Hernandez to get off him and used his arm to push her off.

"Hernandez's actions allowed Kayvon Ward to break free from both officers and run into a fenced-in backyard," the release states.

Once in the backyard, Ward allegedly fired multiple shots at Scrimshire and Larkin and one of the shots struck Scrimshire in the upper torso above his bulletproof vest. Both officers then returned fire striking Ward.

Hernandez allegedly got into the driver's seat of the Nissan and fled the scene of the incident once the shots were fired. A defaced firearm was recovered from underneath Ward.

Both Scrimshire and Ward were transported by LifeNet to local hospitals where Scrimshire was later pronounced dead "as a result of the gunshot wound inflicted upon him by Kayvon Ward," the release states. - (Black-on-White)



    Jury convicts BLACK Shomari Legghette of first-degree murder in killing of (WHITE) Chicago police Cmdr. Paul Bauer
black suspectFrom their initial sprint across Clark Street to the gunshots echoing over the Thompson Center plaza, Cmdr. Paul Bauer and Shomari Legghette’s fatal chance encounter lasted only a few moments.

On Friday, it took about 2½ hours for jurors to find Legghette guilty on all counts of first-degree murder and armed violence in Bauer’s stunning broad-daylight slaying. The conviction brought to a close one of the most high-profile police murder trials in recent Chicago history. And the verdict made Legghette, 46, eligible for life behind bars. Bauer’s family members remained quiet as the verdict was read. But shortly afterward, they were ushered into an empty courtroom nearby, where they erupted into applause that could be heard from the hallway.

Jurors were sent back to deliberate late Friday morning after being instructed by Cook County Judge Erica Reddick. Legghette faced charges including first-degree murder, armed violence and murder of a peace officer.

After two weeks of trial, the story was familiar to jurors and the public: Bauer’s pursuit of Legghette to the top of a stairwell. Their tumble downward. The gunshots that left Bauer bleeding on the landing below. - (Black-on-White)


 
(White) Philadelphia police SWAT officer dies after being shot while serving warrant (on black criminal)
black suspectPHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- A Philadelphia police SWAT corporal was killed in a shooting while serving a warrant on Friday morning at a home in the Frankford section of the city.
Cpl. James O'Connor was 46 years old and was with the police force for 23 years. He was in SWAT for 15 years. He was married with two grown children. O'Connor's son is also a Philadelphia police officer, serving in the 9th District. His daughter is an active duty Air Force member. "There's not a word that you can put on the level of emotion that's being felt right now," Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said during a news conference.
The shooting happened around 5:51 a.m. as officers were serving a homicide warrant in the 1600 block of Bridge Street.
The suspect was being sought for a homicide that occurred in 2019, Outlaw said. The suspect was identified as 22-year-old Hassan Elliott.
Officers entered the property and were met with gunfire from a closed door on the second floor.
O'Connor was hit near the left shoulder blade, Outlaw said.
Another SWAT officer returned fire, striking two males in the lower extremities.
O'Connor was transported to Temple University Hospital and was pronounced dead at 6:09 a.m.
- (Black-on-White)

    Philadelphia officer shot and killed during apprehension of murder suspect -  OFFICERS BLOCK PRO-CRIMINAL DA KRASNER
A  Philadelphia SWAT team officer was shot and killed early Friday as he and other officers were attempting to arrest a murder suspect. Cpl. James O’Connor, 46, is the first police officer killed in the line of duty in Philadelphia in five years, according to reports. The officer was struck by gunfire just before 6 a.m. at a home where the SWAT team was attempting to serve a warrant on the murder suspect. Officers returned fire. O’Connor, a married father of two.

Officers were seen blocking Philly’s top prosecutor Larry Krasner from entering the hospital before leaving, Fox29 reported.
Krasner, who has sued the police department more than 75 times, according to the Wall Street Journal, has a tense relationship with officers, who accuse him of coddling criminals, being soft on crime and demoralizing the police department.
Last year, after six cops were shot, Philadelphia’s top federal prosecutor William McSwain issued a statement charging Krasner with promoting and championing a “new culture of disrespect for law enforcement" in Philly. "I am fed up with it,” McSwain said.




    Deputies arrest BLACK suspect in connection to South Market Avenue homicide (of White man)
black suspectFORT PIERCE, Fla. (CBS12) — A 38-year-old man was arrested in connection to the South Market Avenue homicide near Fort Pierce. St. Lucie Sheriff Ken Mascara announced the arrest of Mikeal Terrell Sapp in a news conference Thursday afternoon.

Sapp was taken into custody Thursday morning at a home in Martin County, according to Sheriff Mascara. He was arrested for first-degree murder and was taken to the St. Lucie County Jail, where he's being held without bond.


“I want to thank the men and women of our agency, the U.S. Marshals Task Force and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office for their dedication in working through this investigation,” Mascara said. “No life should end in violence, but after just 69 hours, the work of these professionals has led to closure for the family and justice for the victim.”
[Richard Eugene Avery]
Deputies were called to 604 South Market Avenue Monday just before 1 p.m. on Monday for a report of gunfire, according to Sheriff Mascara. When they arrived, they found one man dead.
“Avery had been shot,” Mascara said. “A canvass of the neighborhood revealed several neighbors who shared information about a dark colored, newer model car seen leaving the residents in the moments after the gunshot was heard.”

According to the sheriff, a local business nearby provided excellent security camera footage confirming what neighbors said and detectives quickly identified the vehicle, as well as who the car was registered and insured to.

“This information led detectives to Mikeal Sapp," Mascara said. “Today, at approximately 10 a.m., detectives located Sapp in Martin County and arrested him on a warrant for first degree homicide."

It's unclear at this time what the motive for the shooting was. - (Black-on-White)


  • Fort Pierce, FL WM, 45 shot to death by the negro
  • Victim in Fort Pierce death investigation identified
    FORT PIERCE, Fla. (CBS12) — The victim at the center of a death investigation on Monday was identified as a 45-year-old man, St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara said. Deputies were called to 604 South Market Avenue Monday just before 1 p.m. for a report of gunfire, according to Sheriff Mascara. When they arrived, they found Richard Eugene Avery dead.
    “Our deputies arrived on scene and found the victim laying on the floor inside a home,” Mascara said. “Through their investigation of the body, they determined that the victim had been shot and was deceased. Anyone with information about Richard Eugene Avery, who he associated with or any events involving Avery leading up to the March 9 shooting, please contact Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 800-273-8477 or St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Deputies at 772-462-3230."


    Corpus Christi police: Man's death 'not a random act of violence'
black suspectA 21-year-old man was found dead Wednesday at an apartment complex near Carroll High School. Corpus Christi police responded to the 4100 block of Brett Street for a call about an unconscious man. Once there, officers found the man had died, according to a news release from the department.
Family identified the man as Damian Buch. Investigators have said there were no signs of forced entry at the apartment and that at least three people were seen fleeing the scene. "Investigators are still following up on leads and we can confirm that this was not a random act of violence," police said in the release.  It's not clear when on Wednesday the incident occcurred or how the victim was killed.




    (White) Good Samaritan's last words before deadly Deerbrook Mall shooting: 'Someone’s got to do something'
black suspectHARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Megan Marksberry spent Monday planning her husband’s funeral.
Brian Marksberry, 31, died during what was supposed to be a quick trip to Deerbook Mall on Sunday. As the family was driving through the parking lot, police said a man pulled a gun on his girlfriend.
Investigators said that the couple had only been dating for a week. The suspect ran when officers tried to intervene.
Marksberry said she saw both the officers and the suspect had weapons drawn with a crowd of people watching nearby.
“The suspect started to come back. That’s when my husband’s last words were, 'Someone’s got to do something,'” she said. Police said Brian was shot after he tackled the suspect. Officers then shot the suspect.
Megan heard the gunshots. he was in the car with her 8-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter.
“I knew something had happened. I waited and I waited, and my husband didn’t come back,” she said.
Both Brian and the suspect were pronounced dead at the hospital.
Marksberry said she wishes her husband never got out of the car, but she knows that’s the man she married.
The couple were high school sweethearts. They had been married for 10 years.
“He’s my hero. He’s my children’s hero. He will always be remembered as a hero,” she said.
Brian’s family started a GoFundMe page so people can help with funeral costs.
The two Humble police officers involved in the shooting were placed on administrative duty. - (Black-on-White)




    (black) Man fatally shoots (defiled white)  mother of his (mixed-race, illegitimate) infant child, Fayette County sheriff says
black suspectblack suspectWASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — The Fayette County Sheriff's Office says a 20-year-old woman was shot and killed by the father ('baby daddy') of their infant child Monday evening near Washington Court House.

Sheriff Vernon Stanforth said Lilliana M. Null, 20, got into an argument with her ex-boyfriend, Joseph A. Brown, 21, inside an apartment on Joanne Drive around 6 p.m. Monday.  Brown chased Null outside the apartment and fired several shots, striking her multiple times. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Brown remained on scene and was taken into custody and the weapon has been recovered. Brown was taken to the Fayette County Jail and is charged with aggravated murder. The child was taken to the hospital for evaluation and was not injured. It has now been placed in the custody of child services. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    (black) Man charged with murder of his defiled white girlfriend in northeast Alabama
black suspectblack suspectA man is accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend in the tiny northeast Alabama town of Hollywood.

Anna Grogan Brown, a 45-year-old from Scottsboro, was declared dead at the scene on Jackson County Road 36 on Monday afternoon.

Her "boyfriend" ("with friends like these") , 37-year-old Eric Maurice Scott, refused to come out of the home when law enforcement arrived, said Rocky Harnen, the Jackson County sheriff’s chief deputy. Deputies sent tear gas into the home, Harnen said, and Scott still refused to come outside.   - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    (black killer) arrested in connection with triple homicide of three white women - police ID victims
black suspectA Knoxville man has been taken into custody in connection with a triple homicide that left three women dead at two different locations over the weekend.

Desmon Paul Rhea, 24, was arrested for revocation of probation Sunday at a Burbury Lane residence, near the scene where two of the three victims were discovered, according to a Knoxville Police Department news release. Charges are pending against Rhea, who is being held without bond, police said. The case will be handed over to the Knox County District Attorney's office.

KPD identified the victims at a news conference Monday as Juliana White (also known as Juliana Fraley), 29; White's mother, Mildred Blackwell, 55; and Barbara Rogers, 57, Blackwell’s roommate. “We typically don’t do this a ton, but based on the circumstances of this one — having three deceased in a homicide — we felt it important to get it out and let the community and all of you hear from us," KPD spokesman Scott Erland said.

Authorities found White at 4:38 a.m. Sunday, dead in the roadway.  She had multiple gunshot wounds to her torso.
Soon after,  Blackwell and Rogers were found dead from gunshot wounds.

“We grieve alongside you and want to say that the grief and dismay was channeled into a concerted effort to identify and apprehend the perpetrator of this unspeakable act,” Erland said. “We only hope that our work brings justice and clarity and ultimately leads to some semblance of closure for those left behind."

Rhea was arrested for violation of probation, stemming from a Knox County aggravated assault case in 2018. The victim in that case was the mother of his child.  He also has a 2017 conviction in Knox County for unlawful possession of a weapon. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of a black man


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(EVIL BLACK AFRICAN FAG from Guinea ) Suspect accused of stabbing (WHITE) Phoenix man 80 times inside apartment
black suspectPHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A suspect has been arrested in a brutal stabbing that left a Phoenix man dead.

Vamba Mamadee Donzo is accused of stabbing Christopher Charles Mihaylo 80 times at the victim's apartment.   The police report states that the victim and suspect both lived at the same apartment complex.

On Aug. 22, family members of the victim called police to do a welfare check on Mihaylo after he didn't show up to pick up his kids. The family members say they had been unable to reach him all day.

When police arrived at the apartment near Seventh Avenue and Bell Road, they found the victim "naked on the floor in a pool of blood" in the master bedroom, according to the police report.
Police say the victim had "multiple stab wounds and other signs of trauma on his person."
The police report says that the victim "suffered greatly" and calls the stabbing "a brutal and extremely violent homicide."

Mihaylo's family said he own a transportation company and was a gentle soul.
"God was good enough to me as his father to be very involved in his life over the last 60 days," his father said. "He was a great son and I loved him. I’m going to miss him.”

Police say bloody footprints were found in multiple rooms of the apartment, and a blood-stained shirt was found hanging from a light fixture in the dining room. The master bedroom, where the victim was found, appeared to have been ransacked.

Police say they recovered DNA evidence from the apartment, as well as a bloody knife and a used condom. "The evidence would indicate that the suspect may have had sexual intercourse with the victim," stated the police report.

Mihaylo's vehicle, a 2019 Chevy Suburban, was also missing from the parking lot. Using the OnStar system, officers were able to locate the Suburban in Peoria. Inside the vehicle, they found a number of items linking it to Donzo, including Donzo's social security card and a handgun.

Police were able to track down Donzo in Tucson, where he was taken into custody.
But police say he did not go easily.
According to Sgt. Tommy Thompson with the Phoenix Police Department, as Donzo was being taken into custody,
he began kicking the window of the vehicle in which he was being transported. The door was opened so that officers could secure him better. At that time, police say Dozno was able to get out the vehicle and fight with the officers. While doing so, police say Donzo bit several officers.
During a later police interview, Donzo repeatedly denied knowing the victim, acording to the police report.  - (Black-on-White)
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!




    (White) French tourist Gabriel Bascou headed home after slashing by BLACK nightmare negro in New York City
black suspect The French tourist whose neck was slashed by a stranger in Harlem on Valentine’s Day was finally on his way home Saturday, grateful that his attacker remains behind bars — and that he lived to tell the tale.

“American style: the bad guy sleeps in jail, I survived, I have the best sweetheart in the world, the best family, the best friends, I survived and I never felt so loved,” Gabriel Bascou wrote on Instagram.

“I can’t wait to come back to NY to discover this city that I saw only 100m between the place of my Airbnb and my attack.”

Bascou, 28, was ambushed on Day 1 of his dream trip, just as he and his girlfriend Manon Duma walked out of a breakfast date at IHOP on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd on Feb. 14th. Police say Khalief Young — known around the neighborhood for surprise stabbings — slashed without warning, sending the Frenchman to his knees, blood gushing on the sidewalk.  - (Black-on-White)




    BLACK high school student charged for the murder of an interracial couple; a white girl and her AFRICAN lover
black suspectA high school student from Alexandria, Va. was arrested and charged Thursday with the homicides of two Northwest High School graduates, according to a statement from Virginia State Police (VSP).

Mohamed Aly, 18, is a student at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, as was confirmed by Principal Peter Balas in a message on the school’s website. Aly was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

The two victims, Ayanna Munne Maertens Griffin, 19, and Ntombo Joel Bianda, 21, suffered gunshot wounds, said VSP.
Aly is being held in a Halifax County, Va. jail.

On Feb. 8 at 2:51 a.m., VSP responded to a single-vehicle crash in Halifax County near the North Carolina border, according to a statement from police. The bodies of Maertens Griffin and Bianda were found near Bianda’s car, which had run off the road and into a median. Police said they were investigating the deaths as homicides and not as the result of a car accident, but did not state the victims’ causes of death until yesterday.  

Maertens Griffin and Bianda lived in Alexandria and were dating for about one year.
They met as students at Northwest High School in Germantown. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating


    BLACK Murder suspect was driving slain man's car when captured, police say - the negro RAPED the white man's corpse
black suspectDAVENPORT, Ia. — A man suspected of killing a 74-year-old Davenport resident was driving the resident's car when police spotted and then arrested him, court records say.

Charlie Gary III, of Davenport, is charged with murder, robbery and burglary. Scott County court records don't list the name of an attorney who could comment for him. He was arrested Wednesday. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 17.

A criminal complaint says Gary, 19, admitted breaking into the home of Robert Long, intending to steal Long's car. Gary told investigators that he strangled Long and then drove away in the car.  Long's body was found Tuesday. - (Black-on-White)




    Black MONSTER gets two life prison terms for 2012 rape, beating death of Missouri woman
black suspectCLAYTON, MO — A man convicted in January of raping and fatally beating a Berkeley woman in 2012 was sentenced Friday to two life terms in prison.

Circuit Judge David L. Vincent III sentenced Kavion L. Thomas, 30, to consecutive life terms (calculated at 30 years each) in the rape and death of 61-year-old Patti Ann Harvill.

Harvill’s bruised and bloodied body was found by her sister on April 25, 2012, in a hallway of Harvill’s home. Her purse had been dumped out on the floor but no valuables taken. Authorities said a basement window appeared to have been shattered from the inside but was not evidence of a break-in.

A jury earlier found Thomas guilty of second-degree murder and rape but acquitted him of sodomy. Thomas had lived in Harvill’s neighborhood at the time of her death.

Why did this monster choose her?” Victoria McNamee said in court. “Every time I close my eyes, I see my sister’s lifeless body.”
Thomas moved to Kentucky in 2012. Two years later, he was charged with fatally beating a homeless man at a closed-down car wash in Lexington, Kentucky. A prosecutor said Friday he’s serving an eight-year prison term in that case. We’re never going to know what she endured that night.” - (Black-on-White)




    Not smart enough to get an honest job - lazy black man turns to crime and murders an honest hard-working White man
black suspectA man has been arrested on murder charges in the shooting death of a Domino's pizza delivery driver in Sioux Falls.

Jahennessy Deunique LaPaul Bryant, 21, from Sioux Falls, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon in eastern Sioux Falls on charges of first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter, police say.

Casey Paul Bonhorst, 30, was shot to death around 8:45 p.m. on Feb. 26 in the 2800 block of East Bragstad Drive just south of 26th Street near Cleveland Avenue.

Bonhorst had just delivered a pizza to a residence on the street at about 8:41 p.m. After the delivery was made, Bryant allegedly tried to rob him, according to a news release from police. Two minutes later, a caller reported to police that a man was lying in the road. He died at the scene.
- (Black-on-White)




    (White) NoDa restaurant co-owner Scott Brooks was robbed for $100, shot and killed (by a worthless evil black ex-convict killer)
black suspectblack suspectCHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Warrants released Thursday state that NoDa restaurant co-owner Scott Brooks was robbed of $100 when he shot and killed while opening his family business.

A suspect arrested in the fatal shooting was identified Wednesday by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police as 33-year-old Terry Conner Jr. A second person is being sought (because the black cowards most often work in packs - like jackals) in the case, police say, and a $21,000 reward is still being offered for information that leads to the arrest of that person.

61-year-old Scott Brooks was shot during an attempted robbery while opening his restaurant, Brooks’ Sandwich House, early in the morning on December 9. The business was likely targeted because it deals with cash, police said. An arrest was made in the case early Wednesday morning, but police did not provide any names. “We have some very good news,” police said, announcing an arrest in the case. Conner, who police say has a criminal history, was taken into custody in Countryside Drive early Wednesday. Conner faces charges of murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, first-degree kidnapping and possession of a firearm by felon. “We are still looking for a second suspect," police said.

On Thursday, (lying black bastard - although technically 'innocent' until judged guilty by a jury of his peers or the Almighty)
Conner appeared in court and told the judge and Brooks family that he was innocent. - (Black-on-White)




    (SAVAGE negro nightmare)  gets 30 to life for "SAVAGE" Las Vegas rape and murder of a (white) woman
black suspectA Las Vegas man convicted of rape and murder tried to blame the 55-year-old woman’s death on a seizure as he was sent to prison Thursday. Prosecutor Christopher Hamner described the “savagery” of the November 2018 attack on Kelly Deanne Kazoon as senseless. The apartment where she was found was covered in blood, and when police arrived, Charles Talley was inside and naked.

“There was no rape,” Talley said Thursday at a hearing before District Judge Douglas Herndon. “She wasn’t raped. And then I did not beat her. She had a seizure. It was convulsions. I didn’t do that to her.”
Defense attorneys said Talley, a Navy veteran, suffered from brain damage and the effects of drug addiction. He was drunk and high at the time of the attack, they said. At his trial earlier this year, Talley’s attorneys argued that sex between him and Kazoon was consensual.

Prosecutors said Kazoon probably was dragged down a hallway of the apartment as she died bleeding, her fingernails scratching the carpet. Pictures from crime scene investigators showed blood-spattered walls, a blood-covered countertop and bloody handprints on the floor. Kazoon suffered from multiple injuries, including a fractured jaw, a brain bleed, lacerations in her mouth and contusions in her throat.

The judge ordered Talley to serve 30 years to life in prison. “Your complete inability to accept any responsibility for what was done to that woman is a scary thing,” Herndon said. “It’s a scary thing.”

Kazoon’s husband died in early 2016 after a battle with cancer, and she later walked away from the east Las Vegas home she had shared with him near Nellis Boulevard and Desert Inn Road, family members told the Las Vegas Review-Journal at the time of her death. After the attack, Kazoon was rushed to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, where she died from injuries caused by strangulation and blunt force trauma.

Family members and prosecutors said Kazoon had considered Talley a friend.
“Kelly had a way of just making happiness happen in a room. She was very outgoing,” her sister, Alice Garcia, said on Thursday.
“Kelly did not deserve to die.” - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    BLACK 'CELEBRITIES' all come out in support of convicted black criminals - even White 'cop' killers
Prosecutor says (black) Nathaniel Woods should be executed even if he didn't kill police officers

black suspect(CNN)Nathaniel Woods is scheduled for execution Thursday for the slayings of three officers that his co-defendant says Woods did not commit, but Alabama's top prosecutor is not moved by Kerry Spencer's claim that Woods is innocent.

With just hours until Woods is slated to die, his attorneys are petitioning the US Supreme Court to block the execution, citing concerns about the method by which he is to be executed.
In a phone interview from William C. Holman Correctional Facility in Escambia County, Spencer told CNN that he alone fatally shot the three officers in 2004 when they stormed the crack house where he was sleeping. A fourth officer was shot but survived.
Convicted of capital murder in 2005, Woods will die by lethal injection at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. ET) at Holman prison, about an hour's drive northeast of Mobile, unless he is granted a stay or clemency.
Black Activists, including Martin Luther King III, Bart Starr Jr., and Woods' attorneys, have asked Gov. Kay Ivey to commute his sentence, but in a Wednesday statement, state Attorney General Steve Marshall called Woods' punishment just. He took issue with those who say Woods is innocent or that he surrendered to police during the June 2004 drug raid.
"The falsehoods are the descriptors 'surrendered' and 'innocent': Neither apply whatsoever to Nathaniel Woods, whose actions directly caused the deaths of three policemen and injury to another," the statement said. "Justice is set to be carried out tomorrow.
The only injustice in the case of Nathaniel Woods is that which was inflicted on those four policemen that terrible day."
Woods wasn't involved, he said. In fact, Spencer said, Woods ran when the gunfire erupted.  - (Black-on-White)




    Heroic citizens witnesses credited with tackling BLACK murder suspect in gas station stabbing of (White) mother of three childrn
black suspect TOLEDO (WTVG) - Toledo Police say the deadly attack of a woman at a Toledo gas station is random.  The violence happened around 10 p.m. Saturday at the BP at the corner of Douglas and Monroe streets. Bystanders are credited with holding the suspect, Thomas Smith, until police arrived.

Investigators say Danialle Swan was getting gas with her fiance. She was approached by the suspect as she was returning to the car from the convenience store. Moments later, Smith attacked stabbing the woman repeatedly.

That’s when witnesses jumped in. In a video obtained by 13abc, bystanders can be seen taking down the alleged stabbing suspect, right after the crime. A witness is heard asking the suspect, “You stab that girl?” Police are giving kudos to the bystanders who put their lives on the line for justice.
“It’s not something that we would encourage, however, we are eternally grateful to this witness who tackled the suspect and waited for police to arrive. It's unknown if he would've been captured had he not done that,” says Lt. Kellie Lenhardt.
Detectives believe this attack was random.
“This random attack is very rare. Usually victims and suspects know each other, whether it be from an ongoing feud or a past relationship,” says Lenhardt. Swan, 28, died at a local hospital and leaves behind three children.

As for the suspect, Smith is charged with murder. In fact, it's not the only violent crime he's facing. Smith was arrested for assault on February 21 for punching and kicking someone. He appeared in court and was released on an OR bond just five days before allegedly attacking again. Today, he faced a judge for the murder charge. Smith is being held on $1 million bond.  - (Black-on-White)




    3 arrested in (White) Burnsville teen’s killing outside Target in Savage, Minnesota
black suspectblack suspectSAVAGE, Minn. — Three suspects have been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy outside a Target store in Savage, police said.

The boy — identified Wednesday, March 4, as Samuel Alvin Keezer of Burnsville — died Saturday at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, a day after he was found semiconscious and lying in the Target parking lot suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.

Police on Tuesday arrested Taran Cortez Miller, 44, and a 16-year-old juvenile — both of Prior Lake — on suspicion of second-degree murder.
(The white wife of the black killer) Tanya Marie Esthell Miller,
43, also of Prior Lake, was booked at Scott County jail on suspicion of aiding second-degree murder. The Scott County attorney’s office is reviewing the case for formal charging. Police have not released a possible motive for the shooting, which was reported at about 7:30 p.m. Friday. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating
Hook up with a black man - he is going to commit a crime and you are going to get arrested with him.


    (black) Suspect in gruesome 2015 murder and BEHEADING of a (White) woman pleads
black suspectNIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) — The man accused of killing and dismembering a mother from Niagara Falls five years ago has pleaded not guilty.

Police say Yasin Abdus Sabur, 36, killed Terri Lynn Bills.
Her dismembered body was found inside a vacant house in 2015.

Last week, Sabur was locked up in South Carolina, and was being brought to western New York to face charges. “I thought they gave up,” the victim’s nephew, Josh Highway, said. “Five years passed and they’re never going to find them, and then we got word that they found him.” There has been speculation that whoever killed Bills also killed Loretta Gatesa woman whose body was found dismembered in 2012. Since Sabur was incarcerated at the time her body was found, police do not believe the murders are connected. Following Sabur’s arraignment, Niagara Falls police and the Niagara County District Attorney’s office held a conference. - (Black-on-White)




    One of two suspects arrested in killing of NoDa restaurant co-owner Scott Brooks
black suspectCHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - A suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of NoDa restaurant co-owner Scott Brooks has been identified by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police as 33-year-old Terry Conner Jr. A second person is being sought in the case, police say, and a $21,000 reward is still being offered for information that leads to the arrest of that person.

61-year-old Scott Brooks was shot during an attempted robbery while opening his restaurant, Brooks’ Sandwich House, early in the morning on December 9. The business was likely targeted because it deals with cash, police said. An arrest was made in the case early Wednesday morning, but police did not provide any names. “We have some very good news,” police said, announcing an arrest in the case. Conner, who police say has a criminal history, was taken into custody in Countryside Drive early Wednesday.

Conner faces charges of murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon, first-degree kidnapping and possession of a firearm by felon. “We are still looking for a second suspect," police said. Conner was released from prison in September after being charged in a home invasion and shooting. “We are finally getting some peace of mind!! We have a been praying for this day and it’s finally here! We are to blessed to be stressed!” Brooks’ Sandwich House posted on Instagram following the announcement of the arrest.

David Brooks, who ran the restaurant along with his twin brother Scott Brooks, spoke publicly after the announcement of the arrest was made, calling the news “a blessing out of such tragedy.” - (Black-on-White)




    (White) Teen dies from shooting in Target parking lot; 3 in custody
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectA 16-year-old boy who was found shot in the head Friday night in Savage has died, the Savage Police Department said in a news release. The teen, who has yet to be identified, was found lying in a Target parking lot Friday evening.

Officers were called to the 14000 block of State Highway 13 around 7:30 p.m. on a report of someone lying in the northwest corner of the parking lot. When officers arrived, they saw the teen bleeding from the head. He was semi-conscious and breathing. He was rushed to Hennepin County Medical Center, and he died from his injuries on Saturday, police said.
On Tuesday, three arrests were made in connection with the shooting.

Taran Cortez Miller, 44, of Prior Lake has been arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder;
Tanya Marie Esthell Miller
, 43, of Prior Lake, was arrested on suspicion of aiding an offender and second-degree murder;
and an unnamed 16-year-old from Prior Lake was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder.
All three suspects are in custody in Scott County Jail pending formal charges. This case remains under investigation.
- (Black-on-White)




Black-on-White crime news for 3 March 2020  - Archived New Nation News - Archives


    BLACK MAN CHARGED WITH ASSASSINATION OF WHITE CHICAGO POLICE COMMANDER
black suspectOpening arguments are beginning Tuesday in the murder trial of Shomari Legghette, the man accused of shooting and killing Chicago Police Commander Paul Bauer.

Legghette, who allegedly shot Bauer multiple times in a stairwell near the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago, could face a life sentence if convicted in the case. Before opening arguments began Tuesday, a pair of motions made by defense attorneys were denied, including a motion to dismiss the case because of the “lack of a speedy trial” and a motion to change venue because of the publicity the case had generated.

Prosecutors allege that Legghette shot and killed Bauer in a stairwell near the Thompson Center in Feb. 2018. According to witnesses who have testified in pretrial hearings, police originally had tried to stop Legghette after he appeared to be urinating on a wall or pillar on Lower Wacker Drive.

Legghette declined to speak with officers and ran off. A short time later, Bauer responded to a radio call of a fleeing suspect and saw Legghette and tried to apprehend him. The two men began to struggle at the top of a stairwell near the Thompson Center and tumbled down to a landing, where Legghette allegedly shot and killed Bauer.

Legghette is expected to testify that he acted in self-defense, arguing that he did not know that Bauer was a Chicago police officer, according to the Chicago Tribune. He faces charges of first degree murder, armed violence and weapons charges in the case.
- (Black-on-White)




    (A BLACK man's) Reckless Homicide, DUI caused fatal Crash That Sent (White) Woman’s Car Flying Onto Metra Tracks
black suspectAn (African-American, colored, black, Negro, nword) man who went out for drinks on his 25th birthday allegedly crashed into a rear of another vehicle, sending it flying off I-57 and onto railroad tracks below, killing the driver, Cook County prosecutors say.

Tevin Washington is charged with reckless homicide and driving under the influence in the Feb. 28 crash near south suburban Calumet Park, according to a bond proffer prepared by prosecutors.

The victim of the crash was 39-year-old Stephanie Anselmo, according to published reports. She leaves behind a husband and son, according to an online fundraising page. 

Washington was allegedly driving 85 mph in a 55 mph zone when he changed lanes and struck a woman’s Jeep from behind.

The Jeep burst into flames and went through a concrete barrier, landing below on Metra tracks, authorities said. She died at the scene.

An autopsy found she suffered a broken femur, broken pelvic bone and thermal internal damage from heat, prosecutors said.
WAS SHE BURNED ALIVE????
Burned Alive


Washington allegedly walked away, prosecutors said. He returned about 20 minutes later and was arrested.
Washington allegedly failed a field sobriety test and blew a 0.123 blood-alcohol content in a Breathalyzer test, prosecutors said.
He spent the evening drinking at Darrin’s Lounge on the South Side, prosecutors said.
Officers found a label of a Patron (tequila) bottle and an empty container of cannabis flower, prosecutors said.
- (Black-on-White)




    Family Of Brutally Murdered (White) Portrero Hill Man Pleads To Keep (Black) Killer Without Parole
black suspectblack suspect SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Next month, a man convicted of a heinous murder more than 40 years ago will be eligible for parole. But the victim’s family says the mere possibility that could happen is a miscarriage of justice that has victimized the family for decades.

25-year-old Frank Carlson was with his wife Annette in their small house in Portrero Hill in San Francisco when an intruder broke in, tied him to a chair and beat him to death with a hammer and a wooden cutting board.

“…in what is probably one of the most horrific crimes scenes ever encountered by police,” said Carlson’s younger brother Eric at a news conference on Sunday. “After he was dead, he took my sister-in-law upstairs and raped her repeatedly for hours and hours.”

Then, leaving Annette for dead, the killer set fire to the house and left. Miraculously, she survived and a man named Angelo Pavageau, who lived nearby, was tried, convicted and sentenced to death plus 54 years.

But two years later, the (pro-minority-criminal) court struck down California’s death penalty and all condemned prisoners at the time were given life with the possibility of parole. At the time there was no such thing as a life sentence without the possibility of parole.

The victim’s brother, Eric, says because of this, every three years or so Annette Carlson and the family have had to appeal to the parole board to make sure Pavageau stays in prison.

“This experience shattered her beyond words and the process makes her live it over and over and over again,” said Eric Carlson.
- (Black-on-White)




    23-year-old (black) man charged in connection to the murder of his white female sex partner
black suspectA Minneapolis man has been charged in connection to the murder of a 21-year-old mother in St. Paul's Union Park neighborhood early Wednesday morning.

Court documents state 23-year-old Terrion Lamar Sherman has been charged with one count of second-degree murder in Ramsey County.  Authorities identified the victim as Abigail Elise Simpson earlier Thursday.

Shortly after midnight on Wednesday, St. Paul police officers were sent to an apartment building located on the 300 block of Pierce Street on a report of a domestic disturbance, according to the criminal complaint. The 911 caller told police a man and woman were arguing and that it sounded as if it had become physical and very violent. 
Upon arrival, officers were allowed inside the building by a tenant. Once they were upstairs, police heard a small child crying and a man, later identified as Sherman, yelling. Officers also said they heard stomping and they heard Sherman yell, "Stay down or I will kill you." Police announced themselves several times, but no one came to the door. The complaint states when officers heard the child stop crying, they breached the door in fear for the child's safety.

Officers entered the apartment and saw Sherman covered in blood and standing in the living room. Simpson was found lying face down on the floor, covered in blood and had "significant injuries" to her body. The boy was also located next to Simpson, with blood on his face, torso, pants and shoes. Officers found a knife near Simpson's body at the scene.

Sherman followed police commands and allowed himself to be taken into custody. However, while en route to the Ramsey County Law Enforcement Center, Sherman broke out the back window of the squad car that was transporting him. Sherman told police he was on drugs, and medics responded shortly thereafter. Sherman was taken to Regions Hospital and made a statement to police about "hitting the dog" and "punching her head off."

The 23-year-old told investigators his nephew "became possessed as a dog," and then claimed Simpson told him "she was a guy." An argument followed, and Sherman claimed Simpson came at him with a knife, so he "punched her head approximately eight times against the cast iron radiator to defend himself."


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    (African-American) Suspect hit with new charges in Teressa McCoy murder case
black suspectLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – A man charged in connection to a 2017 double murder in Louisville is facing two new indictments.

Jefferson County court documents show Larry Sauer, 35, is charged with one count of complicity to murder and one count of tampering with evidence. Sauer was originally arrested and charged in December 2019 on two counts of murder in connection to the 2017 deaths of Teressa McCoy and Austin Gamez.

On December 26, 2017, McCoy was found dead from a gunshot wound in the parking lot of Bessler Auto Parts of Louisville on Strawberry Lane. Gamez was reported missing a few days later. His body has not been found. - (Black-on-White)




    2 persons killed in triple shooting identified following arrests of 3 suspects
black suspectblack suspect








FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — The two people killed in a triple shooting early Wednesday morning have been identified by the Allen County Coroner’s Office. Fort Wayne police have arrested three people for the crime which left a third person with life-threatening injuries.

Mon Ong, 21, of Fort Wayne died from a gunshot wound to the chest and Brooke J. Wendel, 23, died from a gunshot wound to the head. Both deaths have been ruled homicides.

According to a department spokesperson, a friend of the victims stopped by 2405 Barnhart Avenue around 12:30 a.m. and found them shot inside the home. Police responded and began providing emergency care to the victims. Medics also responded and pronounced one of the men dead at the scene. Medics took another man and a woman to a hospital in critical condition. The woman later died at the hospital according to the Allen County Coroner’s Office. Just after 3 p.m. Wednesday, police announced they’d arrested three people.
Kyaw Hlang, 22, faces 2 counts of Murder and 2 counts of Felony Murder, as well as charges of Robbery, Warrant Probation Violation, and Warrant Violation of Reentry Court.
(drug addled) Kerwins Louis, 20, faces two counts of Felony Murder as well as Robbery and Possession of a Controlled Substance.
Jamesley Paul, 23, faces two counts of Felony Murder and one count of Robbery.
The trio was arrested by Gang and Narcotics officers at different locations on Wednesday.
- (Black-on-White)




    Paranoid black) Miller shooter Anthony Ferrill had job as an electrician at the Milwaukee Molson Coors plant for more than 20 years
black suspectThe man who opened fire at the Molson Coors plant Wednesday, killing five co-workers and himself, had been involved in a long-running dispute with a co-worker that boiled over before he started shooting, according to a law enforcement source.




black suspectAnthony N. Ferrill, 51, was employed as an electrician for more than 20 years, about 17 of them at Molson Coors, according to sources and online employment records.

A co-worker who asked not to be identified for fear of being disciplined said Ferrill believed he was being discriminated against because he was African American, and that he frequently argued with at least one of the victims, a fellow electrician.

The co-worker said Ferrill frequently watched movies on his phone during the day, which the other electrician took issue with, and that the two accused each other of going into each others' offices and stealing tools or tampering with computer equipment.

About a year ago, the employee said, Ferrill started saying he believed Miller workers were coming into his home, bugging his computer and moving chairs around.

"I was: 'Are you serious, Anthony? What?' We all kind of joked about it, saying we should maybe get him an aluminum hat. Things just started getting weird. But he was dead serious about it," the co-worker said. 

Neighbors said he was known to carry guns; some said he always carried a gun.

- (yet another Black-on-White racist mass murder)


AFFIRMATIVE ACTION KILLS



    (black Hispanic) SODOMITE "Couple"  indicted in murder of (WHITE female) addiction recovery advocate found stabbed in park
hispanic black fagsTwo men have been indicted on murder and related charges in the stabbing death of a 31-year-old woman, who was found in a Camden park last year.  Luis Colon-Molina, 36, and Wilfredo Boulones-Cruz, 50, were also charged with felony murder, carjacking, weapons offenses and resisting arrest as part of the recent indictment.

Police found Hayley Steinberg’s body Dec. 2 in Farnham Park, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. She suffered from multiple stab wounds and blunt force traumaColon-Molina and Boulones-Cruz, who were dating and lived together, allegedly killed Steinberg Dec. 1 before taking her car and dumping her body in the park, according to court documents.

About an hour before her body was discovered, Delaware River Port Authority police found the car Steinberg used stopped on the Ben Franklin Bridge, authorities said. Officers found Colon-Molina and Boulnes-Cruz walking in the road, and the duo said they ran out of gas.

As officers helped push the car off the bridge, the pair took off running, according to the prosecutor’s office. They were soon arrested and officers discovered a large amount of blood in the vehicle.  Investigators also recovered security camera footage that showed Steinberg pull up to the couple’s residence and left with both men, authorities said. Footage also showed the car at the park and leave a short time later.

In court papers, detectives said the men carried Steinberg’s purse and used her ATM card at a Chinese restaurant in North Philadelphia. - (Black-on-White)




    (Grotesque black bird's nest haired negro) 15-year-old accused of murdering (White) cemetery employee, bond set at $1 million
black suspectblack suspectNORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — According to NLRPD, on Wednesday, Feb. 26 officers responded to Edgewood Cemetery at 2:25 p.m. and found one victim, later identified as 33-year-old Kristopher Dacus, suffering from gunshot wounds.

Police say that the suspect, 15-year-old Kelton McIntire, and three other unnamed individuals were walking through the cemetery. Dacus was an employee of Edgewood Cemetery and reportedly told the juveniles they couldn't walk through the grounds.
The three individuals began to run to an exit while McIntire reportedly walked slowly across the cemetery, ignoring Dacus's instructions to leave. When Dacus approached McIntire, a struggle ensued.

North Little Rock police say that McIntire then shot Dacus multiple times with a handgun and fled the scene. The 15-year-old was then apprehended at an apartment on Parkway. McIntire is being charged as an adult with first-degree murder. He is set to appear in court Thursday morning around 9 a.m.  During his court appearance on Thursday, Feb. 27, McIntire pleaded not guilty on the first degree murder charge. His bond has been set at $1 million. - (Black-on-White)




    Murder of South Mississippi (White female) teen by pack of five demonic dark devil spawn revealed by doorbell camera, says family
black suspectBILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) - The family of the 16-year-old girl who was murdered in her home Monday say their Ring doorbell shows the five suspects entering and leaving the house.

Madison Harris was shot in her grandparent’s Biloxi home on the afternoon of Feb. 24, 2020. Five teens were later charged with capital murder in her death. 
James Waldeck, who is engaged to Madison’s grandmother and lives in the house where the murder took place, said he learned something was wrong when his Ring Doorbell app showed an ambulance at their home.  According to him, the camera at the garage door revealed much more about what happened in his home. 
“Madison was here with her very good friend Paul, and her dad was in the back yard raking leaves,” Waldeck said. “One girl came in, I saw on the Ring Doorbell about a half-hour before. And then, according to my Ring Doorbell, four of them charged in an unlocked door here at the carport. And within a matter of ten seconds, the shooting and screaming, and then them running out the door being chased by Paul, her friend, and then her dad.”

Madison had lived with in the house with Waldeck, her grandmother, and her dad for the last four years ever since her parents divorced.

Five teenagers between the ages of 15 and 17 were charged with capital murder in Madison’s death.
Waldeck said Madison considered some of those suspects friends. “They were in our house a number of different times, I thought as friends, yes,” Waldeck. “They just lived two or three houses down and across the street.” But Waldeck said something changed.

“We think they were involved in a burglary at the house two weeks ago,” Waldeck said. “Of course, the police were called and we were pressing charges against that first crime, and we’re afraid this may have been retaliation against us reporting their crime.” Waldeck said he thinks the teens came in with the plan to murder Madison. “Premeditation. Definitely. 'Cause the video doorbell lasts 15 seconds or 30 seconds for them to come in, shoot. You hear screaming, then everybody running out the door,” Waldeck said. - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of 'being an acquaintance' of any blacks


    White man fatally beaten by BLACK adult relative of one of the black kids blocking street basketballing - that victim yelled at
black suspect A Columbus man severely beaten Feb. 13 after scolding some neighborhood kids playing basketball in the street died in the hospital after he was taken off life support, authorities said.

Danny Jones, 62, died at Piedmont Columbus Regional at 2:46 p.m. Friday, said Muscogee County Coroner Buddy Bryan. “They took him off life support this morning,” Bryan said.

Police said Jones was driving on Charter Oaks Circle to his Wimbish Court home, in the neighborhood off Weems Road, when he came upon the children playing basketball, and berated them about blocking the street.
The kids reported this to their parents, and a suspect later identified as Darnel Lamar Piett, who is related to one of the players, went to Jones’ home around 5 p.m. and assaulted him, investigators said.

Jones was so seriously injured that he was hospitalized in intensive care with a fractured neck, Bryan said.
Jail records show Piett, 25, was arrested at 4:30 p.m. the following day, and booked into the Muscogee County Jail about 30 minutes later. He was charged with aggravated assault, battery with physical harm and criminal trespass. Piett had a Columbus Recorder’s Court hearing on Monday. His case was sent to Muscogee Superior Court. Police were deciding Friday whether to alter Piett’s charges. “We’re looking into this case being elevated to a higher charge,” said police Maj. J.D. Hawk. - (Black-on-White)




    (black) Reno man sentenced to 40 years in prison for Sparks murder
black suspectRENO, Nev. (KOLO)-- A Reno man must serve at least 15 years in prison before he's eligible for parole, after shooting a man in west Sparks in 2018, the Washoe County District Attorney’s Office said Sunday in a statement.

Kareem Abdul Antwon Thomas Jr., 24, pleaded guilty to second degree murder and to robbery last November in Washoe District Court. Judge Barry Breslow sentenced him February 17, 2020 to up to 40 years in prison.

Prosecutors said on May 11, 2018, a woman who knew Thomas was driving him home because Thomas was too drunk when Thomas began punching her and struggled with her over two guns she had in her car. The car crashed and Thomas fled with the stolen guns, the district attorney’s office said.

On May 14, 2018, Thomas and a woman with him passed in front of a car in which Michael Frost, 31, was a passenger. It was at an apartment complex on Greenbrae Drive at Sullivan Lane. Thomas and his friend walked slowly so the driver of the car with Frost revved the engine, prompting Thomas to yell at Frost. The driver then passed Thomas and the woman with Thomas twice more while driving around the complex and the second time Thomas pulled out a gun and shot several rounds at the car, hitting Frost in the chest.

The gun used in the shooting was stolen three days earlier, and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms recovered it in California in 2019. The second stolen gun has not been found, the district attorney’s office said. - (Black-on-White)




 black suspect   'I've been failed by the system' | Teen walks free after neighbor says he broke her nose, left her in bruises
black suspectblack suspectblack suspect "He comes back with a weapon. He is on top of me. There was blood everywhere. I was literally fighting for my life at that point"
ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis woman feels like the judicial system failed her, after she said her teenage neighbor attacked her and walked away free. Alicia Clarke said exactly a week ago she went for a quick run outside her south city home. When she came back, she noticed her shoes had been moved to a different spot and her cell phone was gone.   From there, she used Find My iPhone to search for it. The location said it was on her property grid. She used her work phone to call it.
"I open my back door to call it and I hear it in my neighbor's backyard behind me," Clarke said.
Clarke said she hopped the fence to get it and jumped back over to her yard. Another neighbor yelled out to her and said, "Hey, I told him, 'I know you did this and I’m calling the police!'"
Clarke said that's when the 6-foot teen jumped the fence and tackled her.
"He knocked me down, pulling my hair, kicking," she recalled.
Before he ran off, she said he grabbed her personal cell phone again. She used her work phone to call police.
"I am on the phone with St. Louis police dispatch, making my way to my backdoor, when he comes back with a weapon. He is on top of me. There was blood everywhere. I was literally fighting for my life at that point." 

Clarke said as he was on her back, he stabbed her in the head and face with a metal rod.
She was able to get the weapon out of his hand and ran inside. He ran away again, taking her second cell phone this time.

Police arrested the teen on charges of first-degree robbery, second-degree burglary and third-degree assault.
Clarke thought the fight was over. But when she went to juvenile court a few days later, she learned his case was dismissed.
"The most hurtful thing of all of this, is the dropped charges. That was much more hurtful than the physical assault," Clarke said.
A juvenile court official said a staff attorney dropped the case before even going to the judge. The courts weren't able to comment specifically on this incident, since it involves a juvenile. Clarke said she was told her accused attacker was found incompetent to aid in his own defense because he has an IQ of 49. - (Black-on-White)



  • 6' 175# 49 IQ Somali youf, 15 walks free after St. Louis WF says he broke her nose, left her bruised
  • This is my sister. On Monday night she was attacked by her 15 year old neighbor. He stabbed her in the head and face with a screw driver. She fought him off and was able to escape to a neighbors house to call the police. The boy was taken into police custody and brought to juvenile detention center. No clear motive was ever established.

    Alicia has a broken nose, staples in her head and stitches to the puncture wound under her eye.

    Hassan is a 15 year old refugee from Somalia who lives with his family. He is 6’ and approx 175lbs, much larger than my sister. He has broken into Alicia’s car 3 different times and broken into another neighbors house. The police were involved every single time and reported that nothing could be done since he was a minor. Surely this time would be different, though.
  • - Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!
  • - "No Justice - No Peace"


    BLACK TERRE HAUTE subhuman SENTENCED TO 55 Years free room and board FOR KILLING HOMELESS (WHITE) MAN
black suspectVIGO COUNTY, Ind – A Terre Haute man has been sentence to 55 years in prison for shooting and killing a homeless man.

49-year-old Clarence Bell Jr. was convicted by a jury of killing 37-year-old Raymond Rose in September 2018, because he allegedly scratched Bell’s classic car. Apparently the two had confrontations in the past.

The defense had asked for a lesser sentence due to Bell’s poor health and leg amputation.

- (Black-on-White)




    Coroner identifies (WHITE female) victim of Pine Ridge Circle shooting, NCPD still searching for (BLACK male) suspect
black suspectNORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – UPDATE: The Charleston County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim as 24 year old Elizabeth Aldridge of Charleston. The coroner advised that Aldridge died on scene from a gunshot wound.
The North Charleston Police Department (NCPD) is searching for a suspect in a homicide that occurred on Pine Ridge Circle Thursday evening.

Initial reports stated that a black male wearing a black jacket fled from the scene.  According to the report, the responding officer was waived down by bystanders and ushered over to a blue sedan sitting in the middle of the road. He discovered the victim (a white female), with another woman on top of her frantically trying to stop bleeding by holding clothing over the gun shot wound. The officer moved the assisting female and noticed that the victim was “bleeding profusely.” Officers removed the victim from the car and laid her on the ground to attempt CPR.
Officers continued CPR until EMS/Fire arrived; the victim died shortly after EMS arrived. NCPD spoke to one witness who (allegedly) said that she let the victim into her apartment to use the restroom and caught her stealing. The witness then told the victim to leave, which she did. A short time later, the witness heard gun shots and ran outside to find the victim shot, according to the report. NCPD is still investigating.
- (Black-on-White)




    Third (BLACK) arrested for the Cedar Falls robbery and  murder of a (WHITE) man
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectCEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KCRG) - Cedar Falls police now have a third person in custody from a robbery in December that led to a murder investigation.

Police said they arrested Marquas Gafeney, 21, of Waterloo, Sunday on a warrant for conspiracy to commit a felony. On Dec. 4, of last year, police said Gafeney and two others went into an apartment, planning to rob 21-year-old Thomas Saul.  During the incident, police say someone shot and killed Saul.

Police arrested James Wright-Buls in January. He faces felony conspiracy charges. Keyon Roby was also arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit a felony, but not for the shooting.  - (Black-on-White)




    (black) 19-year-old connected to Kennewick murder (of White man) arrested
black suspectKENNEWICK, Wash. — Officers have arrested a 19-year-old, who they believe is connected to a murder in Kennewick on Saturday night.

Investigators say 21-year-old Patrick Romero was shot and killed near Bruneau Place and Dennis Street around 6 p.m. Kennewick Police say multiple suspects ran off (like diseased rats or filthy cockroaches).

Kennewick and Pasco officers tracked down Raheem Gregory Mayberry near 19th Avenue and Sylvester Street in Pasco. Two cars associated with Mayberry have been taken and will be searched once a warrant is approved. His home was searched by officers for evidence relating to the crime.
After being questioned, Mayberry was booked into the Benton County Jail for first degree rendering criminal assistance. The murder investigation is still ongoing. No motive has been released.
- (Black-on-White)




    2 (BLACK killer monkey-men) charged in connection with fatal shooting (of a white man) during drug deal
black suspectA man was shot and killed Friday afternoon following an argument during a drug deal, officials say. Around 1 p.m., Allen police were called to the 500 block of E. Exchange Parkway at the Allen Station apartments in response to shots fired. Allen High School and Lowery Freshman Center were both placed on lockout as officers were called to the shooting scene. When officers arrived, they saw four people attempting to leave the scene in a black sedan. Officers were able to take three into custody, as the fourth fled on foot. During the course of the investigation, officers learned that the four suspects came to the location to purchase drugs, when an argument began and led to the fatal shooting.

Allen police identified the shooting victim as 39-year-old Ryan Joseph Kelly of Allen, Texas.

Allen police said 32-year-old Richard Anthony Valentine was arrested and charged with murder, and 22-year-old Leroy Alvin Walls was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. The third person that was taken into custody was questioned and released. Police said Walls also had warrants out of Dallas County.  Police are still searching for the fourth suspect.
- (Black-on-White)


Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks


 black suspect   (BLACK AFRICAN) ‘I hate white people’: Woman (from SOMALIA) charged with bias crime in Portland bus stop attack
black suspect A woman faces hate crime charges after authorities say she pummeled a mother in front of her young daughter at a North Portland bus stop.

Nimo Jire Kalinle, 42, had just exited a No. 4 bus at North Fremont Street and Gantenbein Avenue on Jan. 19 when she started slugging Janae Jordan in the face repeatedly, court records allege.

During the attack, Jordan, who was with her husband and child, asked why the woman was targeting her.
“It’s because you’re white and I hate white people,” Kalinle, who is black, told Jordan, a probable cause affidavit alleges.
Kalinle was arrested and later indicted on multiple criminal counts, including a first-degree bias crime, fourth-degree assault and interfering with public transportation, court documents show. She did not show up for a Feb. 5 arraignment, and authorities issued a bench warrant, according to court records. Police on Sunday arrested Kalinle on suspicion of criminal mischief and disorderly conduct in a separate incident and booked her into the Multnomah County jail. She is scheduled to be arraigned in both cases Monday afternoon.
Court records show Kalinle has previously faced criminal charges for throwing rocks through TriMet bus shelters and damaging other agency property.
- (Black-on-White) - (NNN Hate Crimes)
- Round em up - ship em out! - SEND THEM ALL BACK!




    (white) Athens mother of three dead, (BLACK) boyfriend charged with murder
black suspectATHENS, Texas (KETK) – An Athens mother of three is dead and her longtime boyfriend has been charged with her murder in an apparent act of domestic violence. Ashley Koonce was shot and killed Saturday.

According to family, she was trying to escape an abusive relationship with Dameon Tarrel Williams. On Friday, she took her three (illegitimate mixed-race) children and went to her mother’s home for safety. Koonce’s family said Williams followed her on Saturday and shot her in the front yard. Williams, 29, turned himself in to authorities Saturday. He is in the Henderson County Jail on a charge of murder with bond set at $1 million.
Williams is the father of Koonce’s oldest (illegitimate mixed-race) son, Dameon Jr.
A GoFundMe account has been set up for the family to help with funeral and other expenses. Koonce had no life insurance.

- (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)


    (black) Man charged in death of woman found strangled, stabbed at Indy church
black suspectINDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A man has been charged in the November death of an Indianapolis woman, police say.
According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Robert Burks, 57, of Indianapolis, was charged with murder Friday in the death of Julie Morey, 58.

Morey was found dead at St. Patrick’s church in Fountain Square on the morning of November 3. The Marion County Coroner’s Office says Morey was strangled and stabbed to death. It’s unclear what Morey was doing at the church, or if she was actually killed there.

“After a lengthy investigation, on Friday, February 21, 2020, 57-year-old Robert Burks was charged with Murder for his alleged involvement in the death of Julie Morey at St. Patrick’s church in Fountain Square,” the police department said in a news release sent to News 8 Sunday morning.

Police say an active warrant has been issued for Burks who is currently in custody in Monroe County for a separate case. - (Black-on-White)





    Black and Hispanic killers arrested for (murder of a (white) hat-on-backwards narcotics dealer
 xBAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) — A Panama City Beach man has been arrested on an open count of murder in connection with the Edward Ross murder, according to court documents.

Joshua Campell was arrested Thursday and charged with murder.


The documents go on to say another man was arrested in Tallahassee on Wednesday in connection to the murder. The Leon County arrest report shows that Andre Bivins was arrested in Tallahassee on Wednesday for a warrant out of Bay County for first degree murder.

On December, 29, 2019, the Bay County Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting in Panama City Beach. Deputies found Edward Ross shot multiple times. He was taken to the Bay Medical Center, where he later died.

According to the court documents, witnesses on scene described three men entering the home. Video surveillance shows two white cars at a gas station within two blocks of the home. One man was later identified as a co-defendant to Campbell in this case.

 Through the investigation, deputies received information that Joshua Campbell was bragging about "banging a body," and accurately described of how Ross was found clothes when the initial call came in. On Tuesday, Campbell was interviewed and denied being a part of the homicide. Deputies gathered more information in the case from a co-defendant, and on February 19, that defendant was found in Tallahassee, Florida. During an interview, the defendant identified Campbell as being involved in the shooting, saying he was the one who shot the victim.
The defendant denies being one of the shooters on December 29, but he did admit his role as being a driver for the shooters. - (Black-on-White)


Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks


    (black) Jacksonville man charged in King Street District killing
black suspectJacksonville police have charged a 28-year-old man witrh murder in the shooting death of a Nassau County man in the popular King Street District of Riverside. A Jacksonville man faces murder and firearm charges in the the shooting death a week ago of a Nassau County man in the city’s popular King Street District of Riverside.

Rodney Bernard Braziel, 28, is accused of killing 23-year-old Blake Justin Hendrix of Bryceville, who was found about 2 a.m. Feb. 16 on the road behind a Burger King at 1020 King St., the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said. Braziel was being held without bail at the Duval County jail on charges of second-degree murder and discharging a firearm in public, Sheriff’s Office records showed. The Sheriff’s Office arrested Braziel on Friday after obtaining a warrant. He was booked into the jail at 10:55 p.m., records show

Police discovered Hendrix dead in the roadway after off-duty officers in the 1200 block of King Street heard multiple gunshots. People then directed officers to the Forbes and Downing streets area behind the Burger King, the Sheriff’s Office previously said.

Court records show Braziel has prior arrests for misdemeanor domestic battery in May 2019, as well as in October 2013 for carrying a concealed firearm, resisting an officer without violence and loitering or prowling — all in Duval County. - (Black-on-White)





    Third (negro youth crime demon) suspect charged in Charles County high school student’s killing, police say - they prey in packs
black suspectblack suspectLA PLATA, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the murder of 17-year-old Charles County high school student Bradley Alan Brown, officials say.
A second suspect was revealed on Friday morning, and identified Friday afternoon as Mikayle Tahed Qawwee, 19. He’s been charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery. The initial suspect’s arrest was announced on Wednesday evening, but it’s unclear who investigators believe fired the gun. On Friday afternoon, police announced the arrest of 16-year-old Keshawn Belasco, along with Qawwee, both of Waldorf. Both were charged with first-degree murder. Darryl Edward Freeman, 17, was arrested Wednesday and faces multiple charges including first-degree murder in connection with Brown’s death. He was in Charles County District Court on Friday where he was ordered held without bond.    - (Black-on-White)


Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks


    Suspects in deaths of 3 women found in Hemet home nabbed in Las Vegas
A 20-year-old woman and her 18-year-old boyfriend, suspects in the deaths of three women whose bodies were found in a two-story Hemet home earlier this week, were arrested in Las Vegas, officials said on Friday.

Chief Eddie Pust said the killings were done over a rental dispute. The causes of death were blunt-force trauma and strangulations.

Arrested were Jordan Guzman, who police said recently moved into the house, and boyfriend Anthony McCloud. They were each arrested on three counts of suspicion of murder, with extraditions expected to take place in two to three weeks.

The suspects had taken the youngest victim’s Hyundai Sonata and driven it to Las Vegas, Hemet police said. It was found early Thursday, and the pair were taken into custody. They were being held at Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas on bail amounts of $2 million each.

Police had said on Thursday they had arrested two people suspected of killing the three women the night before, but few details emerged at the time about the case. Police were first alerted to trouble at 8:50 p.m. Wednesday, when they received a call about a woman who reportedly was lyingin a pool of blood. Inside the Hemet home, in the 1400 block of Rabbit Peak, officers found the bodies of the three women:
Wendy Lopez-Araiza, 46; Genesis Lopez-Araiza, 21; Trinity Clyde, 18,
a family friend who was visiting.  - (Black-on-White)


Dangers of interracial dating


    3rd (black) person arrested for murder of (White) University of South Alabama professor
black suspectblack suspectA third arrest was made in connection to the murder of University of South Alabama economics professor Matthew Wiser, police announced Monday afternoon.

Mobile police arrested Curtis Anthony Womack Jr., 23. Womack is being charged with murder of Wiser, as well as possession of marijuana second degree on an unrelated case.

Wiser was found shot dead in his West Mobile home on Gaillard Road November 20, 2019. A little less than a month later, police arrested Tiquez Timmons, 20, and Derric Scott, 20, for the murder. The murder case was sent to grand jury January 16. Investigators were able to link suspects to the murder of Wiser after the Nintendo Switch console that was stolen from Wiser’s home during the home invasion was connected to WiFi at the apartment of Timmons’ sister. - (Black-on-White)





    (black) Suspect, 17, arrested in fatal shooting of (white) Prince George's County police officer's teenage son
black suspectblack suspectCHARLES COUNTY, Md. — A teenager has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old, who was found dead in his driveway Tuesday evening, police said. A neighbor confirmed Wednesday that the victim was the son of a Prince George's County police officer.

Darryl Edward Freeman, 17, of Waldorf, Md., was arrested Wednesday by the Charles County Sheriff’s Office in connection with Bradley Alan Brown's death, officials said. Freeman was charged as an adult with first-degree murder, the sheriff's office said.
While the case remains under investigation, police said they have established the shooting was not random and appears to be drug-related. Brown was found dead in the driveway of a home in Charles County, Md. Tuesday night from an apparent gunshot wound, authorities said.  - (Black-on-White)


Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks


    (POS negro) Luciano Lewis, 14, arrested in killing of (WHITE female) Barnard student Tessa Majors
black suspectThe third and last teen suspect in the fatal stabbing of Barnard College student Tessa Majors has been arrested, law enforcement sources told The Post on Wednesday.

Luchiano Lewis, 14, surrendered to police with his lawyer Wednesday morning and is expected to be arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Court later Wednesday in connection with the Dec. 11 killing of the 18-year-old, the sources said.

Police have previously interviewed Lewis, but he was initially let go uncharged. He will be charged as an adult.

A search warrant had also been executed at his home. The alleged teen knifeman, 14-year-old Rashaun Weaver, was slapped with charges of robbery and second-degree murder last week for the fatal knifing of Majors.

Weaver was indicted by a grand jury and taken into custody last week in the lobby of his home at the Taft Houses project in East Harlem. He has a court appearance later Wednesday in Manhattan.

Police have also previously busted 13-year-old Zyairr Davis in Majors’ killing. - (Black-on-White)

    Second (feral fatherless black subhuman) teen arrested in Tessa Majors murder named as Rashaun Weaver
black suspectTessa Majors scratched and struggled like hell against the teen with a knife who took her life during a botched robbery in Morningside Park last year — and now his DNA, recovered from under her fingernail, has helped implicate the boy who investigators are “confident” is her murderer.

Rashaun Weaver, 14, was indicted by a grand jury and taken into custody without incident Friday at around 10:30 p.m. in the lobby of his home at the Taft Houses project in East Harlem.

He was charged, as an adult, Saturday morning with robbery and second-degree murder for fatally stabbing the 18-year-old Barnard College student steps from her campus, a senseless loss of life that stunned the city.

“What we can do is say that we are confident that we have the person in custody who stabbed her,” NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said in announcing the arrest at a press conference Saturday at police headquarters in lower Manhattan.

“And that person will face justice in a court of law.” - (Black-on-White)

    NYPD Releases Pic Of Suspect In Tessa Majors Killing. Guess What? He's Black - 12/20/2019
black suspectIn the Tessa Majors killing in a park near Harlem, no race of any suspect has been released until now. We know that suspect Zyairr Davis is black, because everyone in the entire United States named Zyairr is black, and so is everyone named Zyairre.(It's a variant of the African country Zaire.)

But now we have an actual picture of an unnamed teen suspect, not Zyairr Davis, and guess what? He's black.
.....
This story does not say the "baby-faced" suspect is black, but the other reason we know he and his accomplices are black is this: the Civil Rights people are rushing to defend them.
- (Black-on-White)


black suspectblack suspect


    (violent, primitive, uncivilized black negro beast) attacks (White) man guilty of provocative 'walking while White' in New York City
black suspectA COWARDLY, RACIST brute cold-cocked and viciously assaulted a 55-year-old (WHITE) man while walking on the Upper West Side, cops said Tuesday.

The violent encounter unfolded just before 2:45 p.m. on Feb. 5 when the unknown attacker ran up behind the 55-year-old and hit him in the head, knocking him to the ground.  The brute then continued the beatdown, punching him and stomping on the 55-year-old as his victim writhed in pain on the ground.  The RABID ANIMAL assailant took off and is being hunted by cops.

The 55-year-old was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for wounds to his head and body before he was released. - (Black-on-White)





    (WHITE) Woman, 89, dies after (BLACK) man fleeing police crashes into vehicle where she was a passenger
black suspectFERNDALE, Mich. (WXYZ) — An 89-year-old woman who was a passenger in a vehicle that was hit by a suspect fleeing police in Ferndale has died, police say.

Mary Lackamp died from her injuries on Feb. 17 after she was involved in a vehicle crash on Valentine's Day. Lackamp was in a car with two other people when an SUV driven by Harris Howard crashed into the car in the area of Eight Mile Road and Wyoming.
Lackamp and the other two passengers were initially listed in temporary serious but stable condition at a local hospital following the crash.
Howard, who fled the scene after the crash but was later captured by Michigan State Police and arrested, is charged with second-degree fleeing and eluding. - (Black-on-White)




    African American nword kidnaps white woman and forces her to watch nine-hour slavery mini-series Roots to 'understand her racism'
black suspectblack suspectAn African American man kidnapped a white woman he'd been in an on-off relationship with for years and forced her to watch nine-hour slavery miniseries Roots so she could 'understand her racism'.

Cedar Rapids police seized 52-year-old Robert Noyes on Monday on charges of first-degree harassment and false imprisonment.  The woman, who was not clearly described in previous reports as being white, was allegedly forced to sit with Noye and threatened when she tried to move from watching the 1977 TV miniseries.   He forced her to watch the nine-hour show, which details the ancestral line of the author Alex Haley, 'so she could better understand her racism', a police complaint said.

Noye threatened to 'kill her and spread her body parts across Interstate 380 on the way to Chicago', when she tried to move away, according to the Gazette.  - (Black-on-White)

"Roots hero" Kinte seeks to retain his African and Islamic (terrorist cult indoctrination) refusing to eat pork.


Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(Sex with a black is SUICIDAL)



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WHITE AMERICANS ATTACKED DAILY IN POST-AMERICAN AMERICA BY NON-WHITES
AND WHITE ELITES IN THE MEDIA AND IN POLITICS DO NOTHING AND SAY NOTHING

by H. Millard © 2014
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    Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
but the Truth Can be Gleaned from Between the Lines By Nicholas Stix

If three white kids had gone hunting a random black, this would be the biggest story in the world for over a year.
As is, it’s just another “dog bites man story” and not even worth mentioning. - (Black-on-white)

 

    Black on White Rapes:
There are 20,000 black-on-white rapes every year in the US, but fewer than 100 white-on-black rapes.
George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
New Nation News can only report a few of these confirmed black on white rapes from local news sites.

    NATION STATES, PATTERN RECOGNITION AND RETRIBALIZATION by H. Millard (c) 2005

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