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Updated 24 August, 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

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    (Black) Trucker sentenced to 20 years in Bradford County school bus crash
Naked (white) wife was in cab when truck driver Shannon Ford, 37, hit bus in 2014

Shannon FordShannon Ford's white wifeJennifer Lynn SwansonLAWTEY, Fla. - The driver of an 18-wheeler that struck a stopped Bradford County school bus on U.S. 301 in September 2014 was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in prison. Shannon Ford, 37, pleaded no contest to four counts of reckless driving with serious bodily injury, but at his sentencing hearing he blamed Mo's Trucking, which owned the truck, for the crash, saying the company did not properly maintain the truck. The judge sentenced Ford to five years on each count, which will be served consecutively. He was given credit for 500 days served. Troopers said Ford was driving a log-hauling big rig about 2:45 p.m. Sept. 29, 2014, when it struck a school bus that was slowing to drop off students at a stop on 301 at NW 183rd Street, just south of Lawtey. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the bus had its flashing yellow lights and stop arm extended when it was struck from behind. An FHP trooper testified Wednesday that eight of the truck's 10 brakes were defective, making it dangerous to be on the road. The school bus was carrying 15 students from Starke Elementary School at the time. Seven of the 15 students, along with the bus driver, 37-year-old Jennifer Lynn Swanson, of Starke, were injured and taken to various hospitals. Authorities said the most serious injury among the children was a leg injury. - (Black-on-white)
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Savage black killer not dead yet for 1990 slaugter of White family, gang rape of 9-year-old girl
Anthony CarrRobert Simon JrBobbie Jo ParkerWeeping AngelWeeping AngelCarl ParkerThe Mississippi Supreme Court on Thursday reversed a decision that one of two men convicted of the gruesome murders of a Quitman County family in 1990 is not mentally disabled and can be executed, sending the appeal back to county circuit court. An attorney for Anthony Carr in May had appealed to the state high court based on 2002 U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that states cannot execute mentally disabled people. During Carr's appeal in 2013, two psychologists disagreed whether Carr was competent, and a Quitman County circuit judge said it was "too close to call" and upheld his execution. Carr and Robert Simon Jr. were sentenced to death for the 1990 murders of the Parker family of Quitman. The Parkers returned home from church to find Carr and Simon burglarizing their home. The two shot Carl Parker, his wife, Bobbie Jo and 12-year-old Gregory and 9-year-old Charlotte multiple times. They raped the little girl and chopped the father's finger off to take his wedding ring. The killers set the house on fire and left the bodies to burn. Charlotte Parker died of smoke inhalation while the others died of gunshot wounds. Quitman County had to raise taxes for three years in a row to pay for the defense of Carr and Robert in one of the longest-running state capital cases. In May 2011, Simon was only four hours away from being executed when a federal appeals court stopped it to consider his claim that he was incompetent to be executed because he fell and suffered a brain injury and had amnesia. A federal judge ruled that Simon was faking amnesia, and the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in March upheld that ruling. Attorney General Jim Hood has called the murders "savage" and vowed to continue to fight appeals of their sentences. - (Black-on-white)
   
    It ain’t Over ‘Til the Racist, Black, Mass Murderer-Rapist Wins: Mischievous Federal Judges, Lawyer, Seek to Save Life of Robert Simon Jr., Who Murdered 4 Members of the White Parker Family in Miss. in 1990, in “Most Heinous Crime in Recent State History” By Nicholas Stix 2012

On Friday, February 2, 1990, Robert Simon Jr. and Anthony Carr raped and sodomized, and then shot nine-year-old Charlotte Jo Parker four times; shot her father, Carl “Bubba” Parker, 58; Parker's wife, Bobbie Jo, 45; and their 12-year-old son, Gregory. But Simon and Carr didn’t shoot any of the Parkers to death. That would have been insufficiently sadistic for their tastes. Instead, they bound everyone, before shooting to wound them, chopping off one of Mr. Parker's fingers, in order to steal his wedding ring, and setting the house on fire, leaving their victims to burn alive. Mrs. Parker’s corpse was so badly burned that the medical examiner couldn’t determine if she had been raped and/or sodomized, but given what Simon and Carr did to little Charlotte Jo, it’s a dead certainty that they did likewise to her mother. In what has become a ritual for racist black felons, they made Mr. Parker watch the whole thing.
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  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.
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    (White female) Delivery driver recounts nightmare of kidnap, escape from savage black kidnapper
Cornelius Ruise IIIWhite kidnap victimBAKER COUNTY, Fla. - A 26-year-old Papa John's driver, who police say was kidnapped at gunpoint Saturday, described the terrifying ordeal that began with a pizza delivery on the Westside and ended with a daring escape from the trunk of a moving car. The driver asked not to be identified, so we're going to call her "Jane." When Jane showed up at the delivery address Saturday on South Lane Avenue, a man was already waiting outside, she said. That man was later identified by investigators as 32-year-old Cornelius Ruise III. He is being held without bail in Baker County on charges of false imprisonment, arson and grand theft. - (Black-on-white)

    Charlotte Municipal Police Department: (at least one white) Victims, (promiscuous black) suspect in shooting in love triangle
Jalen Marquise AndersonMary TarrCHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police have named a suspect in a Monday morning south Charlotte homicide. Police say two women were shot in a vehicle on Pineville-Matthews Road near Carmel Road around 3 a.m. One victim died and the second victim is in the hospital. CMPD says 23-year-old Jalen Marquise Anderson was involved in a personal relationship with both of the victims. The deceased is 20-year-old Mary Tarr, who was also the driver of the vehicle, and the second victim, 24-year-old Tiffany Monique Wallace, is at CMC-Main with serious injuries. Police blocked part of Pineville-Matthews Road near Carmel Road while detectives conduct an investigation to what led to the shooting. Anderson has been charged with murder, attempted murder and discharging a firearm into occupied property inflicting serious bodily injury. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Black) Suspect identified in murder (of White man)
Herbert RobinsonMichael MooreFITZGERALD, GA -- The Fitzgerald Police Department has identified a suspect of a fatal shooting last week. Herbert Robinson is wanted for murder after Michael Moore, 26, was shot outside of his home Thursday night. Moore's wife told officers three people knocked on their door. After her husband went outside to talk to them, she heard a gunshot and her husband stumbled back inside and died. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Fitzgerald Police Department at at 229-426-5000, GBI at 229-987-4545, or Ben-Hill 911 at 229-426-5127. . - (Black-on-white)
   
  • UPDATE: Police identify man killed in Fitzgerald shooting
    FITZGERALD, GA --Officials have identified the man shot outside of his home in the 500 block of East Ohoopee Street at 9:36 Thursday night. In a release from the GBI, the man was identified as Michael Moore, 26. His wife told officers three people knocked on their door. After her husband went outside to talk to them, she heard a gunshot and her husband stumbled back inside and died.

    Verdict: (Black Former security guard) found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in Albion shooting (of White man)
Howard PennHoward F. PennLloyd Thomas WorsterWORCESTER – A superior court jury has found Howard F. Penn guilty of voluntary manslaughter in a fatal shooting at a Main Street rooming house two years ago. Former security guard Howard F. Penn, whose lawyer has argued he acted in self-defense in shooting 52-year-old Lloyd Worster at the Albion, faced a first-degree murder charge. But the 12-member jury went with the lesser charge. The verdict was delivered about 12:30 p.m. Monday. The confrontation was captured on surveillance video. Sentencing of Mr. Penn is scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • (Black) Security guard arraigned in Worcester, Mass. shooting death of (White) janitor
    Two men are arraigned in Worcester District Court in connection to the shooting death of 52-year-old Lloyd Worster, a janitor at the Albion Rooming House in Worcester, Mass. Prosecutors say 53-year-old Howard Penn, a security guard at the same rooming house on main street is alleged to have been in an argument with the victim Friday evening. "When Mr. Worster is walking away, Mr. Penn produced a firearm, fired one shot at the back of Mr. Worster, killing him," said Assistant District Attorney Brett Dillon. "Apparently, the two are known to each other, there's been some long-standing feud between the two," said Worcester Police Sgt. Kerry Hazelhurst. Penn called 9-1-1 himself and admitted to shooting Worster, he claims it was in self-defense.
  • Lloyd Thomas Worster obituary

    (Colored) 16-year-old arrested after (White female) East Kentwood graduate's body found near lake
Savon Eugene SchmusSavon Eugene SchmusSavon Eugene SchmusMcKenna Elizabeth HiltonGRAND RAPIDS TOWNSHIP - Police have a 16-year-old in custody on what they believe is a homicide case after a young woman's body was found near a lake in Grand Rapids Township on Thursday, Aug. 18. The victim has been identified as McKenna Elizabeth Hilton, 18, of Grand Rapids, according to Kent County Sheriff's officials. She is a recent graduate of East Kentwood High School, district officials said today. An autopsy will be conducted this morning to determine the cause of death. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) HPD officer charged with intoxication manslaughter after deadly crash (that killed White man)
Brian ManringJames CombsFORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS - Houston Police Officer James Combs' blood alcohol level was over twice the legal limit when he crashed into a car and killed the driver, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office. Combs, 33, is now facing a charge of intoxication manslaughter for the death of 36-year-old Brian Manring. Deputies said the off-duty cop refused to take a field sobriety test shortly after slamming head-on into Manring's Corvette around 6:30 a.m. Friday. Deputies at the scene said they "detected the presence of alcohol" on him. Combs' wife told investigators he needs help with an "alcohol problem." She told them he'd been belligerent with her on the phone that day and that his credit card statement showed he'd been at a strip club early that morning. Combs was taken to the hospital for a blood draw and minor injuries. His blood alcohol content was .17. He was arrested Tuesday. Combs' bond was set at $100,000. He has been relieved of duty from HPD. "It's a sad day any time you have to take a man in blue in custody," Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls said. Deputies said Combs crashed into Manring's Corvette at the intersection of Westmoor and Beechnut. The investigation shows the officer's Tahoe veered into Manring's lane, colliding with the victim's sports car. Manring died at the scene. Friends say Manring was a devoted dad who adored his 8-year-old daughter. "Everyone who knew Brian, knew that he lived for his daughter. She was his life!!" ," a friend posted on a gofundme page set up to raise money for the daughter's trust. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Let go repeatedly, (black who shot a White police officer) why was this colored criminal allowed to roam the streets?
Kyle Carroll Jacquan CrowleyLOUISVILLE, KY - A man accused of shooting an LMPD officer should have been in jail on a warrant instead of on the streets. The courts let him go time after time. Jacquan Crowley, 22, is charged with shooting officer Kyle Carroll in June, but his history with police began well before then. The Department of Corrections provided Crowley’s mugshots from 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016. Some of his charges include possession of a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, tampering with physical evidence and third-degree assault of a police officer. He was also charged with fleeing or evading police nine times. But Crowley was still able to roam the streets. "It should be shocking to the public," Dave Mutchler, the president of the Fraternal Order of Police. "It's an unbelievably ridiculous revolving door." Mutchler said he's familiar with Crowley’s past. "You've got all the warnings here but nobody's heeding them," he said. One officer drew stars on an arrest report and called Crowley a "known armed police fighter and gang member," and that was three years before Crowley allegedly shot Carroll. "Our members are asking, 'Who is going to stop this?'" Mutchler said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Teen charged in burning death of elderly (White) man; police searching for second suspect
Thomas SimsGene Emory DacusBIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Birmingham police say an 18-year-old man has been arrested and charged in the burning death of Gene Emory Dacus. 18-year-old Thomas Sims has been charged with capital murder and is being held without bond. Police say they are actively looking for a second suspect. Early Wednesday morning, Birmingham Police officers responded to a scene on 33rd Ave N to a report of a person on fire. Arriving officers found the victim, later identified as 85-year-old Gene Emory Dacus, lying on the ground in the backyard. His body was severely burned. He was pronounced dead on the scene by Birmingham Fire and Rescue. Witnesses on the scene reported seeing a fire in the backyard and also reported seeing a black male running down the alley with a red gas jug. The witnesses also followed the suspect and notified the police of his location, and he was taken into custody. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • 'Somebody burned up Mr. Gene' -- Community struggles with murder of beloved war veteran
    An 85-year-old Korean War veteran found burned to death in the back yard of his North Birmingham home spent his life taking care of others, friends and family said. Gene Emory Dacus, known affectionately by his neighbors as "Mr. Gene," served his country in the U.S. Army, served his family by loving them, teaching them and taking care of them, and served his neighbors by cutting their grass, picking up trash and being their friend. "He was the most kindhearted gentleman you ever met,'' said Gary Dacus, one of the victim's three sons. " He never met a stranger, and he helped anybody he could."

    (White female) Cancer patient dies after severe beating (by black male) in Zion
suspectShannon VincelZION, Ill. -- A 46-year-old cancer patient has died after she was severely beaten Monday night in north suburban Zion. Shannon Vincel, of Springfield, Mo., was sitting outside a Cancer Treatment Center of America hotel property when she was attacked. Police said she was struck her in the head with a blunt object around 9:48 p.m. near 27th Street and Gabriel Avenue. Officers arrived on the scene to find Vincel with severe head trauma. She was taken to Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where she died at 11:02 p.m. Tuesday, police said. A man who spoke to her in the minutes before the attack said she had been receiving treatments for breast cancer. "We was sitting out here probably about a half hour or so before it happened. Me and my brother went in. I come back out to smoke cigarettes and seen all the firetrucks and was wondering what was happening," said Charlie Moats, who was visiting his brother. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police Seek Suspect In Zion Beating
    CHICAGO — Police are looking for a person who beat and seriously injured a Missouri woman Monday night in north suburban Zion. Officers were called at 9:48 p.m. about a battery near 27th Street and Gabriel Avenue, according to a statement from Zion police. They arrived to find the 46-year-old woman with severe head trauma. The suspect had approached the woman on the sidewalk while she was sitting outside in the 1900 block of 27th and struck her in the head with an unknown object, police said. She was taken to Condell Medical Center in Libertyville with life-threatening injuries. The suspect was described as a black male wearing dark clothing, according to police. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the Zion Police Department at (847) 872-8000 or Lake County Crime Stoppers at (847) 662-2222.
  • Shannon Vincel is on Facebook.

   

(Black) Little Italy robbers who pistol whipped priest all get prison sentences
Dashaun NewtonJohnchez PhillipssuspectBernie McAniffCLEVELAND, Ohio -- The third and final suspect in a string of violent robberies last month in Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood is behind bars. Police arrested 18-year-old Dashaun Newton of Cleveland on Wednesday. The other two suspects, 20-year-old Johnchez Phillips and 20-year-old David Harrison, were captured earlier this month. All three face charges of aggravated robbery. Phillips remains jailed on $100,000 bond and Harrison is being held on $150,000 bond, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas records show. The three men are accused of pistol-whipping a priest and robbing three other people on Dec. 5. One of the victims, a 61-year-old priest, Father Bernard Mcaniff, told police that he had left the Holy Rosary Catholic Church and was walking to his car when he was approached by three armed men... They approached Mcaniff with four guns -- three pistols and a shotgun -- but the priest refused to hand over his car keys. "I told them I was a priest, which didn't seem to faze them," Mcaniff said during Thursday's hearing.their mid-20s. All of the men had guns. The men attempted to rob the priest and then pistol-whipped him. He suffered minor facial and hand injuries. - (Black-on-white)

   

    Home invasion by three black thieves destroy White family's peace of mind
suspectsuspectsuspectWhite victims of black home invasion robberyBUFFALO, N.Y. - A Buffalo family is looking for help after they say their home was broken into and ransacked, earlier this week. In a security video, taken from across the street, three men are seen apparently entering the home and then leaving with large duffel bags. The Carter family is hoping the video will help police find whoever entered their Ludington Street home: Kristen Carter lives in Buffalo's Lovejoy neighborhood with her fiancé and children. Carter says this happened while they were visiting family in Georgia this past week. While some belongings were taken, her house was trashed, including her daughter's room. “We can't sleep at night. They destroyed everything. It's not so much the belongings. It's the peace of mind,” said Steve Myers, Carter’s fiancé. Carter made a list of all things missing, including a guitar, electronics and prescription medication. “I don't think I'm going to feel safe until these guys are caught,” said Carter. In the video the alleged burglars are seen walking from the back of the house with large bags. Carter and her family hope this video shot by from a neighbor's surveillance system will lead police to an arrest. “I hope that someone sees this and even if it's anonymous call the police, call the news, call somebody - (Black-on-white)

    ("Diverse" black and brown) Arson suspects' charges upgraded to murder, organized crime in burned body case
Jessica Louise EdensRonald JacobsChristopher KineAlejandro MarroquinSAN ANTONIO -- Two men are being held criminally responsible in the murder of Jessica Edens, according to police. The suspects were already in the Bexar County Detention Detention Center in connection with her killing. Their charges were upgraded. Ronald Jacobs, 32, and Christopher Kine, 36, were facing a charge of arson. Now, they face charges of murder, engaging in organized crime and tampering with evidence. Alejandro Marroquin was also arrested in the May 11 Wilson County murder about two weeks after it happened. The three are accused of killing 25-year-old Edens at the home of Jacobs. An arrest warrant states a witness heard the woman screaming. The witness reportedly saw her lifeless, bloody body in a room at Jacob's house. According to the witness, Marroquin and several other men drove the dead woman around in her vehicle. Investigators said the victim's body was dumped on a Wilson County Road and set on fire. A couple walking discovered the gruesome scene. Edens' remains were wrapped in a tarp, according to Wilson County authorities. Her car was also torched. It was found in San Antonio. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) West Plains Suspect Admits to Killing, Dismembering (white girlfriend) Victim
Walter StewartTerri WrightWEST PLAINS, Mo. -- An Ozarks community tries to make sense of a vicious crime. Walter Stewart admitted to killing his girlfriend and getting rid of the body. He's charged with first degree murder, armed criminal action and abandonment of a corpse. Stewart led authorities to the remains in a wooded area off Lanton Road in Howell County. "I was praying she would be found okay," said Neighbor Bill Bales. Residents of Arrowhead Acres are trying to make sense of the tragedy that took place in their own backyard. "She lived with Mr. Stewart." Stewart admits to beating his girlfriend and later stabbing her multiple times-- then dismembering her body. He led investigators to a portion of her remains in a pond in the eastern portion of the mobile home park. Multiple search teams discovered more remains there. As far as a motive, the PC statement says Stewart told police he had not been getting along with his girlfriend for a long period of time and "snapped." - (Black-on-white)
   

    In-home camera captures (black) teen stealing (91-year-old White) woman's purse, police say
91 year old White woman victimKANSAS CITY, Mo. —A camera inside a Raytown home captured a teenager stealing a 91-year-old woman's purse just as she answered the door, police said. The video shows the teen walking into the kitchen. When he hears the homeowner opening the front door, he grabs a purse from a chair at the kitchen table and then goes to another part of the home. The 91-year-old woman, who the family says suffers from dementia, is seen confronting the young man and swatting him with a stick. Roy Callahan, the victim's son, said the teen first started showing up about a year ago and offered to do yard work. The visits became more frequent, he said. - (Black-on-white)

    Investigation into murder of (White) woman leads to arrest of (black) Hoopeston man
black murder suspectMary ThompsonDANVILLE – A 32-year-old Hoopeston man is behind bars in connection of the fatal shooting of a Danville woman. Johnnie L. Sampson Jr was arrested around 1 p.m. Monday in the 1200 block of Daisy Lane, Hoopeston, on a warrant for the murder of 30-year-old Mary Thompson. Police found Ms. Thompson inside a vehicle at the intersection of Clyman Lane and Fowler Avenue, in the Fair Oaks housing complex, around 9:45 p.m. on Aug. 5. She died from her injuries at 7:35 p.m. the next day at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana. Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said Ms. Thompson was shot as she drove into the housing complex. He said police are continuing to investigate the shooting “and detectives have other persons of interest they are focusing on.” Thomason said Danville police worked with Hoopeston police, the U.S. marshal’s service and officers from the Vermilion Metropolitan Enforcement Group, the county’s multi-agency drug task force to apprehend Sampson. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • UPDATE: Murder probe leads to arrest of (black) Hoopeston man
    DANVILLE — A 32-year-old Hoopeston man was formally charged on Tuesday with the fatal shooting of a Danville woman at the Fair Oaks housing complex earlier this month. Johnnie L. Sampson Jr. faces four counts of first-degree murder in connection with the death of 30-year-old Mary Thompson. At his initial hearing in Vermilion County Circuit Court, Sampson hung his head as Associate Judge Derek Girton read the charges, which are Class M felonies. If convicted, Sampson could face 20 years to life in prison.
  • Farewell to Fair Oaks? City to consider demolition of public housing - Aug 22, 2015
  • VINELINK: Illinois Statewide Name: SAMPSON, JOHNNIE LEEJR Age: 32 Location: Vermilion County Jail Race: African American

    (Black) Cleveland man sentenced to 21 years in fatal West Side bar shooting (of White man)
Charles KnippAnthony GrantRobert HicksCLEVELAND, Ohio -- An 18-year-old Cleveland man was sentenced to over 21 years in prison for his role in a fatal May 2015 shooting outside a bar on Cleveland's West Side. Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Peter J. Corrigan sentenced Anthony Grant Tuesday in connection with the death of Charles Knipp. Grant was one of two men charged in the May 11, 2015 shooting outside Frenchie's Escape, a bar located in the 3800 block of Denison Avenue. Robert Hicks pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and was sentenced to 17 years in prison on Aug. 3. Grant pleaded guilty to two counts aggravated robbery and weapons charges. Both were originally charged with aggravated murder. Both men will also serve five years of probation after they are released from state prison. Investigators said that Hicks shot Knipp during an armed robbery attempt as Knipp sat on the hood of a car outside the bar. Police believe the two men planned to rob the bar when Knipp left. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police identify (black ex-convict) suspect, (White) victims in Sunday high-speed chase
Darnell BrowderJason HuntDES MOINES, Iowa —Police have identified the driver killed in a crash during a police chase early Sunday in Des Moines, police said. A patrol officer tried to stop a car without license plates at 12:52 a.m. on Martin Luther King Parkway, the Des Moines Police Department said. The car pulled into the Hy-Vee parking lot and then sped off. The car accelerated to high speeds on Euclid and Douglas avenues before turning north onto Lower Beaver Road. Just north of Douglas Avenue, the car, which was heading north, crossed into southbound lanes and struck an oncoming car. The driver of the southbound car, identified as Jason Hunt, 41, of Des Moines, was killed and his passenger, Angela Denning, 40, of Des Moines, was injured. The pursuit lasted approximately one minute, police said. The driver of the car involved in the chase, Darnell Browder, 34, of Des Moines, and a passenger, Davion Barbar, 18, of Des Moines, in the vehicle were also injured. Officers found a firearm in the Browder's car, police said. The driver is a convicted felon and is prohibited from possessing firearms. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Man killed at Taco Bell drive-thru lane by black predator during armed robbery - (Black-on-white)
   
  • (White) Taco Bell Murder Victim In Lorain Identified
    black murder suspectRobert Gnizak(Lorain, OH) -- The manhunt in Lorain continues for the person who killed a man in the Taco Bell drive-thru lane. Police identified the victim as 49-year-old Robert Gnizak of Lorain. Lorain Police Captain Roger Watkins says Gnizak was found lying in the drive-thru lane of the fast-food restaurant on Oberlin Avenue late Sunday night. The suspect was attempting to rob Gnizak when he was killed. The shooter is believed to a black man around six-feet tall with a medium build. Police say the suspect was wearing a matching outfit of khaki pants and a shirt with a baseball hat.

    62-year-old (White) man found dead in Gastonia home investigated as homicide - two black males suspect...
Tony CooksuspectsuspectGASTON COUNTY, NC - Gastonia Police are investigating after a wife reported she came home and found her husband dead. Detectives confirmed 62-year-old Tony Cook was killed inside his home on North Vance Street in Gastonia. Officials said it appeared to be a violent crime that happened in the middle of the day. Police said Cook's wife was out of the house to run a few errands for about an hour or an hour and half and when she came home, she found her husband dead. Cook's home was surrounded by crime scene tape during the investigation. Neighbor Jerry Brooks said his wife saw people in the neighborhood that don't live here. "She said she seen two gentlemen cut corner after she heard the dogs barking and she couldn’t even give a description on the gentlemen," Brooks said. Police said they are investigating Cook's death as a homicide.

There was a lot of blood in the home and he was beaten, but they don't know how he was killed. They said several witnesses described seeing two black males walking away with a backpack. - (Black-on-white)

    Elderly (White) woman mugged of jewelry outside Pompano Beach Wendy’s - by cowardly black criminal
elderly White victim attackedPOMPANO BEACH, FLA. - A 72-year-old woman was robbed of her jewelry after a strong-armed robbery outside a Pompano Beach Wendy’s, last month. On July 24, a man noticed Margaret Ghee’s gold necklace as he walked into the fast food restaurant on West Atlantic Boulevard and Powerline Road. “As he’s walking into the restaurant, he does a quick double take,” said Broward Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Gina Carter. “He notices a victim standing outside the restaurant, and he notices her gold necklace.” Security cameras captured crisp images of the subject as he entered the restaurant and walked toward the bathroom. He then quickly exited the restaurant, to lay in wait for his victim. Ghee, who was visiting from New York at the time of the mugging, described the disturbing attack. “I walked out of the restaurant, and as I turned around, he grabbed me by the neck and pulled the chain,” she said. “It didn’t come off, so he threw me to the ground.” The surveillance footage showed the robber on top of Ghee. “He hurt my head. He banged my head into the ground a few times until he got the chain loosened up,” she said. - (Black-on-white)

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    Police: Teen suspects in cop shooting are (black) Bloods gang members
suspectsuspectOfficer Scott DavisTwo juveniles arrested in connection with the shooting of an on-duty Marietta cop are Bloods gang members, police said Monday. The juveniles, both 15 years old, face charges of violation of Georgia’s Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act, aggravated assault on a police officer, unlawfully entering an automobile, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and theft by receiving. “MPD will not be releasing the name of the juveniles at this time.” Officer Scott Davis, a 10-year veteran of the force, is expected to recover from a shot to his leg, Wallace told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Davis and two other Marietta officers were responding to a call about people entering cars outside The Gallery Apartments in the 700 block of Franklin Gateway when the shooting occurred before 4:30 a.m. “At least one of the suspects opened fire striking one Marietta Police Officer,” Wallace said. “All three officers returned fire striking one of the suspects.” - (Black-on-white)

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    Accused killer of officer returned to Georgia after arrest - Deputies arrest Royheem Deeds, his sister, her boyfriend in traffic stop
Royheem Delshawn DeedsFranshawn DeedsJamil MitchellOfficer Tim SmithYULEE, Fla. - A central Georgia man accused of killing a police officer Saturday night was returned to Georgia on Monday after being arrested in Nassau County early Monday morning. Patrol Officer Tim Smith was shot to death Saturday night in a residential area of Eastman, Georgia, about 60 miles southeast of Macon. Smith, who had been with the Eastman Police Department since 2011, was responding to a suspicious person call when he was shot. Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper said that deputies knew that 24-year-old Royheem Deeds, who was wanted in Smith's killing, may be in a gold Nissan Altima with Georgia tags driving south on U.S. 1, possibly toward Gainesville. Nassau County deputies pulled over a car matching that description about 1 a.m. Monday in Hilliard on U.S. 1 at County Road 108. Deeds was found in the trunk. Deeds, his sister, 22-year-old Franshawn Deeds, who was driving the car, and a passenger, Jamil Mitchell, 32, were all arrested without incident. Mitchell is Franshawn Deeds' boyfriend, according to authorities. - (Black-on-white)
   
   
  • (White) Eastman officer shot, killed responding to (black) "suspicious person" call
    An Eastman police officer was shot and killed Saturday at about 9:30 p.m. Officer Tim Smith was responding to a suspicious person call near Main Street, according to GBI Special Agent in Charge Scott Whitley. It was reported that a man with a gun was near some residences making people uncomfortable. Smith had a conversation with the alleged gunman while standing outside of his patrol vehicle. The man then shot Smith. Smith called in his injuries and wasn't wearing a body camera. According to Smith's Facebook page, he is a father of two children. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two blacks arrested in Marrero killing of White man
Ridge Fonseca James Boudreaux and Tarrell AllenTwo men were booked Saturday afternoon (Aug. 13) with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting in Marrero of Ridge Fonseca, 24. James Boudreaux, 27, of Marrero and Tarrell Allen, 28, of the Jean Lafitte area were arrested by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. Fonseca was found dead Monday morning on the side of the road in the 4900 block of Leo Kerner Highway. Autopsy results showed Fonseca he sustained five gunshot wounds. His mother was using a GoFundMe account to aid in covering funeral expenses. - (Black-on-white)
   


      Russell Square attack: (Black muslim) London student Zakaria Bulhan named as suspect in stabbing
Zakaria BulhanDarlene HortonThe man suspected of the murder of an American woman in a knife attack in central London has been named locally as Zakaria Bulhan. The 19-year-old, whose home in Tooting was raided by police after his arrest, is "Norwegian" of Somali descent. He moved to the UK at the age of five. Former classmates, speaking to the Standard, said Bulhan was a ‘teacher’s pet’ who was occasionally bullied. A profile on a book rating website in Bulhan’s name showed that he was interested in Islamic theology. He had recently read a biography of the Prophet Mohamed and book of Quran verses and hadiths. Neighbours speaking to the Daily Mail said Bulhan’s family were Muslim - (Black-on-white)
     

    Arrest made in homicide of 19-year-old man, woman shot in face
Quennel YoungZackery David Glenn NapperLOUISVILLE, Ky. —Five days after a Louisville man was found dead in an alley, police made an arrest in his murder. Quennel Young, 25, is accused of killing 19-year-old Zackery Napper on Friday in an alley behind South Third Street. Investigators say they arrested Young Wednesday afternoon as he was walking down South Sixth Street at Jefferson Street. Police had been looking for Young for about 24 hours after finding a car they say was used in the crime. "Any time they can clear a murder and bring it to a resolution it helps out, especially when you have other cases that still need to be worked," Lt. Todd Kessinger said. Kessinger is glad Young is off the streets, but he's also frustrated. He says Young should have been in jail, but was released in November after serving just three years of a 10-year sentence in connection with the beating death of Raleigh Plenty. Police say 29-year-old Plenty was walking near the intersection of Longfield and Wizard avenues in May 2010 when four people in a car started shooting at him with a paint-ball gun. Police say Plenty got angry, threw a bottle at the vehicle and then was beaten. He died from his injuries months later. Now Young is charged with murder for the death of Zackery Napper. When it happened, Napper was Louisville's seventh homicide in seven days. Investigators say he and a woman planned to buy and use drugs with Young. "The suspect picked them up at the location they were staying at and then drove them to that location, where he ultimately shot both of them and ran over the deceased victim," Kessinger said. The woman survived, and helped police piece together what happened. The woman who was shot is out of the hospital. Young is charged with attempted murder in connection with her shooting. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Zackery Napper Obituary
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    (Black) Suspect charged with second-degreee murder in brutal Lackawanna stabbing (of White man)
Christian D. Gillie4 year old nephew of victimRobert J. WheelerA Buffalo man allegedly broke into the Johnson Street home of his brother’s ex-girlfriend through a porch window early Tuesday, then stabbed a man 22 times in the house, killing him, family members of the victim said Wednesday. The suspect, Christian D. Gillie, 20, of Deerfield Avenue, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder Wednesday in the killing, police and prosecutors said. The victim, Robert J. Wheeler, 23, was asleep in a bedroom with his 4-year-old nephew when Gillie allegedly broke into the house. Gillie went upstairs and found Wheeler in the bedroom, stabbing him repeatedly. Gillie fled and Wheeler went to his mother’s bedroom, to tell her he had been stabbed. Leisa Raditic Wheeler, Wheeler’s mother, had slept through the commotion said Sandra Kaminski, a friend of the family. “Once she saw what was happening she pushed him down to a chair, put pressure on his wounds and ran to call 911,” Kaminski said. “She was with him when the firefighters arrived." Lackawanna police on Tuesday found Gillie injured and with a knife behind Global Concepts Charter High School, Kaminski said. Wheeler’s sister, Amanda Wheeler, is the mother of the 4-year-old and also lives at the Johnson Street home. She was not at home at the time of the attack. Neighbors identified the murder suspect as the little boy’s uncle. They believe Wheeler may have been shielding the young child from the knife attack. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Family: Lackawanna murder suspect had history of mental illness, violence
    LACKAWANNA, N.Y. — The family of Robert Wheeler said they had cut off contact with Christian Gillie, or Chris, as he was known to friends and family, about a year ago. They said they hadn’t seen or heard from him since, until he showed up to their Johnson Street home early Tuesday morning, armed with a knife. Gillie’s great grandmother, Francis Carter, said both families have been aware of Gillie’s mental illness for years. “I knew something was wrong with Chris,” she said. “I told the people that he needed help.” Lackawanna police said Gillie, 20, killed Robert Wheeler early Tuesday morning at a home off Johnson Street. In addition to mental illness, Carter said her great grandson had a history of being violent, even against his own mother.
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Savage mannequin-arm beating of (White) ODU rugby player sends (black) Virginia Beach man to prison
Chris Dontay SladeRaymond Devon Brown, Termaine Gregory, and Quameel Tequan HarveyMichael RigualMichael RigualNORFOLK A 21-year-old Virginia Beach man will spend six years in prison for beating an Old Dominion University rugby player with a mannequin arm and breaking several bones in his face, a Norfolk judge decided Friday. Chris Dontay Slade of the 100 block of Majestic Circle sent text messages admitting he was involved in the early-morning attack in November 2014. He said he was sober but got into the fight “to let out the emotion that was already build up in me,” he wrote in a text. Slade pleaded guilty last year to two felonies: malicious wounding and malicious wounding while being a part of a mob. On Friday, Circuit Judge Jerrauld Jones sentenced him to 15 years on the second charge but suspended nine years and six months so long as he behaves. He gave him six years for malicious wounding but took off all but six months on that sentence. Jones ordered him to go on probation when he gets out of prison and forbade him from contacting victims.

The attack happened after 1:20 a.m. on Nov. 2 in the 1500 block of Melrose Pkwy., where the ODU team was having a party. Several men “wanted to come inside but were denied entry because it was a private party,” court documents show. “Glass was heard shattering and several people went outside and observed” the men walking away. Rugby team captain Michael Rigual and several others ran after the men to confront them, and a fight began. During the fight, two or three gunshots rang out. Rigual was hit in the face with a mannequin arm that had been on a nearby porch as a Halloween decoration. The men took off in a car. When police and firefighters responded, they found Rigual on the ground with several broken bones in his face.At first, they thought he had been shot in the face. Paramedics took him to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital. The attackers gave Robert Sokol, another rugby team player, a concussion and broke his eye socket. Player River Piercy was treated at the hospital and released. Termaine Gregory, 23, and Quameel Harvey, 22, pleaded guilty in July 2015 to misdemeanors and to being a part of the group that attacked the rugby players. They were sentenced to a year in jail each but had their sentences suspended, so long as they behave for two years and don’t contact the victims. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Gwinnett police arrest (black) suspect in torture, murders of (White) mother and wanna-be-rapper son
Rickey TaylorJames and Nicola SramekGWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Police have charged a man with the violent murders of a mother and her adult son in Gwinnett County. Investigators say Rickey Taylor of Norcross, age 28, killed Nicola and James Sramek. The victims were found Sunday night at the Barrington Hills Apartments on Chelsea Park Lane. Police said Nicola Sramek, 61, and James Sramek, 29, were tortured and killed. Their injuries included blunt force trauma and stabbing, police said. Police announced the arrest of Taylor Thursday evening. He was linked to the murders through video surveillance footage and physical evidence, according to investigators. Police said they believe Taylor went on a crime spree that included several armed robberies in the Norcross area. Taylor was arrested for one of those robberies on August 6. While in custody, he was later questioned about the murders of the Srameks. Police said Taylor knew James Sramek. Officers said it appears robbery was the motive for the killings. In a statement Thursday, Gwinnett Police said "Taylor is a heinous criminal and exhibited the darkest side of humanity. It is very disturbing to know that there are people in our society who are capable of exacting such levels of violence against others." - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Rickey Taylor: 5 Fast Facts
    1. Authorities Said That James Sramek Knew Rickey Taylor
    2. Friends Say Sramek Received ‘Push Back’ in Atlanta’s Rap Community Because of the Color of His Skin
    5. A Video On His YouTube Page Shows Him Performing Oral Sex on a (colored) Girl at a Party
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    “Still in shock:” 4 (worthless black) men accused of fatally shooting (White woman) during armed robbery got away with $20
Rebecca WoodDeanthony Bradley and three other POS niggersMILWAUKEE COUNTY -- Four men have been arrested and charged in connection with an armed robbery turned homicide. 32-year-old Rebecca Wood was shot and killed on July 13th near 28th and Clarke. Investigators say Wood was shot while in her vehicle. According to a criminal complaint, 21-year-old Deanthony Bradley and three others wanted to rob her. A witness told investigators he saw Bradley with a weapon, and thought this was a drug deal. Authorities say Bradley pointed a gun at Wood's head with his finger on the trigger. He told police when Wood tried to drive away, the gun went off -- and Wood was killed. An autopsy revealed she suffered two gunshot wounds -- one to the back and one to the chest -- wounds caused by one bullet, according to police. After the shooting, Wood's vehicle crashed into a tree in the area. "I had a meltdown. I just started balling," her father Greg Wood said. Four men were arrested over the weekend.
Armed robbery charges for these four (excrement) Deanthony Bradley: William Bounds: Jeremiah Flowers Anton Mukes (more...
According to the complaint, after the fatal shooting, Bradley posted on Facebook that he had to “cut his fro and get low.” Rebecca Wood left behind two children, and an entire family heartbroken over the loss. - (Black-on-white)

    Trial Set for (black) Sulphur Teen Accused of Murder (of White man and stabbing his wife)
Antonieo SmithRobert Carl AndersonA trial date has been set for a Sulphur teen accused of stabbing two people, leaving a man dead and his wife in critical condition. It happened at a home on Majestic Pines Drive in Sulphur on May 16th. 17-year-old Antonieo Smith was found competent to stand trial and plead not guilty Wednesday to charges of second degree murder and attempted second degree murder. Following the crime, Sheriff Tony Mancuso said Smith broke into the home of 69 year old Robert Carl Anderson and his wife, Rita and was lying in wait when the couple returned. Smith fled the scene in the Anderson's truck but crashed the vehicle on I-210 at Broad St. - (Black-on-white)
   

    DNA links (Black) Burton man to 1980 murder, sexual assault, robbery
Isaiah Gadson Jr.David KrulewiczNearly 40 years after a man was shot to death and a woman sexual assaulted and robbed in Beaufort, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a suspect after DNA linked him to the crime. Isaiah Gadson Jr., 63, of Burton, was charged with murder, first-degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and armed robbery Wednesday afternoon in connection with the shooting death of 18-year-old David Krulewicz on Jan. 6, 1980, according to a Sheriff’s Office release. On the day of Krulewicz’ death, deputies were sent to a dirt path off Old Salem Point Road where they found found Krulewicz shot to death. Several bullets had struck his body, the release said. A juvenile female told investigators she and Krulewicz, her boyfriend, had parked his van on the path around 11:45 p.m. on Jan. 5. An African American man approached and fired several shots into the van with a handgun, killing Krulewicz, the release said. The female was then robbed by the shooter and sexually assaulted. The suspect then ran away. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Tattoed black) Ambler man, 19, charged with killing (white) mother, (black) boyfriend - in bed
Joshua TrunkJanice TrunkKevin SmithAMBLER, Pa. -- A 19-year-old man is charged with killing his mother and her boyfriend inside their Montgomery County apartment. Police have charged 19-year-old Joshua Trunk in the murder of his 54-year-old mother, Janice Trunk and 44-year-old Kevin Milton Smith. The victims were found dead at the Forest Garden Apartments in the 100 block of Forest Avenue on Sunday, July 31st. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Black) Man charged in murder of 72-year-old (White) woman - communicated with elderly victim’s ex-tenant
Kwasi SadlerLinda JohnstonWHEATON, Md. — Montgomery County Police have arrested and charged a man, they say, is responsible for killing a 72-year-old woman inside her Wheaton home. On Tuesday, detectives assigned to the Major Crimes Unit arrested Kwasi Sadler, 23, of the 5000 block of Sheriff Road in Northeast D.C., and charged him with one count of first-degree murder. On Wednesday, August 3, police found Linda Johnston dead inside of her modest two-story red brick home along the 2700 block of Arcola Avenue in Wheaton. She was wrapped in a sheet and lying on a bed within a bedroom. There were stab wounds across her body. Based on an askew mattress and blood spatter on the walls, police say it appeared Johnston had fought for her life.

Investigators also noticed the home’s basement door had been forced open. There was dark red blood nearby. Johnston’s purse, wallet and car keys was missing. It’s worth noting, police were initially dispatched to the home after a vigilant neighbor noticed Johnston's gold 2007 Toyota Prius was missing from her driveway. Detectives combed the immediate area, collecting potential evidence and speaking with neighbors. One said he’d last seen Johnston on Sunday, July 31. Another neighbor reported seeing a mysterious black male at Johnston’s home around 6:30 a.m. on Monday, August 1. Police soon discovered that Sadler and his girlfriend, Kali Weber, 32, had allegedly racked up a number of charges on Johnston’s credit card in the days after her murder. Johnston had been renting out her basement to make ends meet. Neighbors also lamented about how the female tenant attracted an unpleasant crowd to the otherwise quaint neighborhood made up of post-war era homes.

According to charging documents, Johnston had recently ordered her tenant, Tonica Hill, 24, to vacate her home. - (Black-on-white)

   

    Five black Negro demons (some used to work for victim) arrested for setting 83-year-old White woman on fire in home invasion
Dorothy DowJustin Grady, Cortavious Heard, and Shanquavious Cameron Mina Christine Ellery and Angel Latrice HarmonMERIWETHER COUNTY, GA - Meriwether County Sheriff Chuck Smith reported that his agency has made several arrests for the home invasion and assault of an elderly female victim that occurred on Aug. 4 in Grantville, GA. Arrests have also been made related to an incident that occurred at the same location on Aug. 2. On Aug. 4, 83-year-old Dorothy Dow suffered two broken arms, lacerations to her face and head, broken fingers, and third-degree burns from the back of her head down her back after she was beaten and set on fire during a home invasion. Dow remains hospitalized at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta in critical condition. The individuals listed are being charged with the following offenses:
Justin Pierce Grady
, 38, of Grantville, GA was previously employed at the incident location. (much more...)
Cortavious Deshun Heard
, 18 Grantville, GA and Hogansville, GA was also previously employed at the location. (much more...)
Shanquavious Keontrell Cameron, 17, of Hogansville, GA has been charged with the offenses of first-degree burglary (much more...)
Mina Christine Ellery, 17, of Newnan, GA will be charged with criminal attempt felony murder, aggravated assault, (much more...)
Angel Latrice Harmon, 17, of Newnan, GA is charged with criminal attempt felony murder, aggravated assault, (much more...)
Sheriff Smith called this a "heinous crime." - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

    1 of 3 suspects in 2013 Decatur homicide pleads guilty to murder
James Patrick Travers IIRyan O’neal Caudle, Dewayne Oneal Hick and Charles K. MakekauOne of three suspects charged with capital murder in a Decatur home invasion that left one man dead pleaded guilty today, the Morgan County District Attorney’s Office said. Ryan O’neal Caudle, 24, pleaded guilty to murder in the 2013 death of James Patrick Travers II and agreed to testify against two other defendants, District Attorney Scott Anderson said in a news release. Caudle, who was set for trial on Aug. 22, was sentenced to life imprisonment by Circuit Judge Glenn Thompson, Anderson said. A trial date hasn’t been set for defendants Dewayne Oneal Hick and Charles K. Makekau, Anderson said. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

If you lie down with dogs, you'll get up with fleas


    Well-known (White) businessman killed at work (by black) remembered by many in River Region
Corwin WalkerThomas Shaw Jr.MONTGOMERY, AL - He was known in many circles in the River Region, and now family and friends are preparing to lay Thomas Shaw Jr. to rest. The local businessman, and active Republican, lost his life in a robbery at his Montgomery office this week, and many have stepped forward to pay tribute to him. Friends like Perry Hooper Jr. are holding tight to the good times shared with Shaw, a well-known and well-liked entrepreneur.

It was at his office on Highland Avenue where tragedy struck this week. On August 1st, Shaw was fatally stabbed by a man loved ones say set him up to rob him, knowing Shaw was collecting rent money since it was the first of the month. Those close to Shaw say he was attacked at night in his car after getting rent payments throughout the day. His attacker then reportedly dragged Shaw's body away from his vehicle searching unsuccessfully for a place to hide it. A tenant found Shaw dead the next morning and called police. Corwin Walker, 21, of Montgomery, is charged with "Capital Murder of a Person in a Vehicle from Outside the Vehicle." He is being held without bond in the Montgomery County Detention Facility. - (Black-on-white)

    Amity police release sketch of (cowardly black killer) sought in homicide (of White man)
black killer Michael Williams ShieldsAMITY TWP., Pa. - Police have released a sketch of the man they're seeking in the fatal shooting of another man in Berks County over the weekend. The gunman has been described by investigators as being a black man who stands approximately five feet, 10 inches tall with light facial hair. They said he was wearing a black shirt, black cargo shorts and white Nike sneakers at the time he shot and killed Michael Williams Shields during the attempted theft of a motorcycle around 9 p.m. Saturday. "He had plenty of time to think about what he was doing before he did it," said Chief Andrew Kensey, Amity Township Police Department. "He clearly looked at that motorcycle, knew what he wanted to do in his mind, left and came back with the intent to take that at any cost." The man originally went to the location around 5 p.m. Saturday to check out the motorcycle, which was listed for sale, police said. He left and returned about three hours later, when the bike was being taken in for the night. The would-be robber pointed a gun at the man with the bike and then hit him in the back of the head, police said. The struck victim began to yell, prompting Shields to run and help. That's when, police said, the assailant fired, shooting Shields in the head. "It was an egregious act. It was a cowardly act," Kensey said, "and I'm going to work day and night with my officers and my counterparts to put him exactly where he needs to be: behind bars." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police arrest black ex-con for early-morning shooting that left one White man dead and another White couple wounded
Devin Carter 20-year-old William Dawson Jr. and 20-year-old Carley ToomeyWilliam Dawson SrDES MOINES, Iowa —Des Moines police said they made an arrest in an early-Saturday bar shooting that left one person dead and two wounded. Des Moines police Sgt. Paul Parizek said that 26-year-old Devin Carter had been taken into custody and was to be transferred to the Polk County Jail. Carter is charged with first-degree murder, two counts of attempted murder, intimidation with a dangerous weapon and felon in possession of a firearm. The shooting happened around 1:15 a.m. near Johnny Mac's Bar and Grill in the 2200 block of Hubbell Avenue. The man who died has been identified as 40-year-old William Dawson Sr. His son, 20-year-old William Dawson Jr. was injured. Twenty-year-old Carley Toomey was also injured. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Man Charged in Fatal Des Moines Shooting
    DES MOINES, Iowa — Authorities have arrested a man after one person died and two people were injured following an early-morning shooting on Saturday that is being considered a homicide. At approximately 1:15 a.m., Des Moines Police Department officers responded to Johnny Mac’s bar at 2279 Hubbell Avenue to investigate a report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located three victims who all sustained gunshot wounds. All three were taken to local hospitals for treatments. One of the victims, 40-year-old William Dawson, was pronounced dead at approximately 10 a.m. The other two victims, 20-year-old William Dawson Jr. and 20-year-old Carley Toomey, are expected to survive. William Dawson Jr. is the son of William Dawson. 26-year-old Devin Carter of Des Moines has been arrested in connection with the incident. He's been charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, intimidation with a dangerous weapon, and felon in possession with a firearm. A witness who was at the bar says the shooting started over a pitcher of beer.
  • Inmate Information - In Custody - DEVIN MARQUES CARTER

    (Black) Man charged with murder of (White) victim found dead behind home
Billy Michael GarlandMichael E. Doertch, JrLOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A man has been arrested in connection with Louisville's latest homicide that happened on Friday morning when a man was found dead in a Taylor Berry neighborhood backyard. Michael E. Doertch, Jr., 33, has been charged with the murder of Billy Michael Garland. Garland was found in the 3300 block of Taylor Boulevard, not far from Churchill Downs. The family, now left speechless after learning their loved one was discovered dead in the backyard behind his apartment. Police were called to the house around 9:30 a.m. when a neighbor found him badly beaten and unresponsive. Upon arriving, officials said they noticed obvious signs foul play and called in the homicide unit. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Detectives investigate homicide near Churchill Downs
    LOUISVILLE, KY - A man was found dead behind a home near Churchill Downs on Friday morning, and homicide detectives said there were obvious signs of foul play. The victim's nephew, Jonathan Garland, said his uncle, Billy Michael Garland, had been homeless and was battling alcoholism. Garland said his uncle had struggled emotionally after his wife of many years died recently.

    (Black) Suspect in fatal stabbing (of White man) near ferry is convicted felon; was once charged with murder
Leonard Evans German PaganSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The St. George resident accused of fatally stabbing a 30-year-old man near the St. George Ferry Terminal on Thursday morning has a history of felony convictions and was once charged with murder nearly two decades ago -- and later released. Authorities allege Leonard Evans, 49, stabbed Midland Beach resident German Pagan multiple times. Pagan's lifeless body was found on a park bench between Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George and the ferry terminal about 2 a.m., said police. Evans is well known to authorities; he's served three separate prison stints dating to 1991 for robbery, sexual abuse and drug sales on Staten Island. Evans was most recently released from prison in August 2014 after serving the maximum time in a seven-to-14-year sentence for third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. Evans was found guilty of touching a 10-year-old girl's breasts, buttocks and private parts on two occasions between June and August 1996, the Advance reported. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Man cut off, followed, then run over by (black) driver in road rage incident
suspectDerrick GremillionTHORNTON, Colo. -- A Thornton man wants your help tracking down the driver who ran him over after following him and his girlfriend home earlier this week. Derrick Gremillion said he was riding in a car with his girlfriend on Monday afternoon when a driver merged into their lane. “And instead of doing the normal courteous thing to do,” said Gremillion,”he decided to basically just push us off the road.” Gremillion’s girlfriend, who was driving, honked at the driver, thinking he may not have seen them. They continued on 112th Street behind the driver who cut them off when he said the driver suddenly slammed on his brakes for no apparent reason. His girlfriend honked again and they continued driving. "Any natural person would probably honk in that sort of situation," he said. Gremillion said the driver began to turn onto another road and so they made their way home. It wasn’t until they pulled up to their driveway, more than three miles from where the incident began, that they noticed the driver had followed them home. “I stepped into the middle of the cul-de-sac,” said Gremillion, “and I put my arms up in the air like this, (puts up both hands), like ‘What’s the problem? Is there an issue? Do we need to talk?’” That’s when he says the driver went around the cul-de-sac, around him and then stopped and rolled down his window. Gremillion went toward the driver thinking he wanted to talk. “The moment I stepped forward to try to speak with him,” he said, “he gassed it and did a sharp left turn and crashed into my right side.” The driver ran over Gremillion’s leg and then took off. He was left lying on the road, his neighbors and girlfriend called police and ran toward him to try to help. His leg was broken in two places and required surgery. Gremillion now has a rod and six plates in his right leg. He caught a glimpse of the driver and describes him as a black male between 35-to-45-years-old. He was driving a navy blue 2015-2016 Toyota 4-Runner with Disabled Veteran Plates ending in 950. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Home health care nurse charged in theft of elderly (White) woman's jewelry
Elizabeth JohnsonRae SilbertRae SilbertSILVER SPRING, MD - A home nurse is facing jail time after Montgomery County police said she stole valuable jewelry from an elderly patient. Thirty-seven year old Elizabeth Johnson, was supposed to take care of 88-year-old Rae Silbert as she recovered from back surgery earlier this year. "I was hospitalized for about 6 weeks," Silbert explained. "I came home and I had to have help." For weeks, one healthcare worker lived with Silbert, but she needed time off - so Silbert's daughter, Marcy, temporarily hired Johnson through a private company. Johnson, by Marcy's account, "said all the right things" and did not have a criminal record. But within hours of leaving the house, Marcy said Johnson violated the trust. As Silbert napped in a TV room, Johnson allegedly snuck into her bedroom and took four pieces of jewelry - including an engagement ring from her late husband. - (Black-on-white)

    One black caught in Lakeside Mobile Home Park homicide of White man
Victor CirelloQuintien Terrell SwannTravis Edward JeffersonQuintien Terrell Swann, the 17-year-old charged with killing 63-year-old Victor Cirello, was arrested by Greensboro police about 5:30 p.m. Friday. Swann was found in the 1400 block of Larson Street. He was returned to Fayetteville, where he was to appear before a magistrate and be taken to the Cumberland County Detention Center for processing, a news release from Fayetteville police said. Earlier Friday, Travis Edward Jefferson, a 22-year-old of the 1000 block of Southern Avenue, became the second named suspect in the case. He's charged with first-degree murder and remains wanted by police. Cirello was found in his office at the mobile home park on Boxwood Lane. The department has not named a third suspect. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police: 3 (black) men robbed a (White) Fayetteville man and senselessly murdered him - August 02, 2016
    suspectsuspectsuspectFAYETTEVILLE, NC -- Police in Fayetteville are looking for three people after a fatal shooting in the 1900 block of Boxwood Lane. Investigators got the call around 2:18 Monday from the Lakeside Mobile Home Park. Victor Cirello, 63, was shot in the chest during a robbery and he died at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center from his wounds. "The suspects senselessly shot him and fled the scene," said the Fayetteville Police Department in a news release. Police released images from a surveillance camera that they say shows the three men. They're now trying to identify them. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Surveillance video released after landlord ‘senselessly’ killed in robbery, Fayetteville police say - August 02, 2016
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Fayetteville police say the landlord killed Monday was robbed before he was gunned down inside his office. On Tuesday, police also released video of three people walking and two people running in the area around the time of the killing. The incident happened around 2:18 p.m. along the 1900 block of Boxwood Lane in the Lakeside Mobile Home Park, Fayetteville Police said. The first responding officers found Victor Cirello, 63, inside of the mobile home park office with a gunshot wound to the chest. Authorities are looking for three black males who fled after Cirello was shot to death during an attempted robbery on Monday afternoon, police say. Police, who said they believe it’s an isolated incident, are relying on surveillance video from nearby businesses to lead them to the suspects. After reviewing all the surveillance video, police hope to have a more detailed description of the suspects.

    (White) Woman, 83, beaten, burned in home invasion - by pack of cowardly predator black jackals
Dorothy DowsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectAn 83-year-old woman was brutally beaten and set on fire by people who broke into her Meriwether County home overnight. Three men and a woman demanded money from Dorothy Dow after they entered her house in the 7000 block of Forest Road in Grantville, Meriwether County Sheriff Chuck Smith said. The break-in occurred between 11 p.m. and midnight. “She pleaded with them that she did not have any money,” Smith said. However, the attackers broke both of Dow’s arms and left cuts and bruises on her face. The people also poured a flammable liquid on the victim and lit it, Smith said. “I can’t believe that somebody would set a grandmama on fire,” said Beth Dow, the victim’s daughter-in-law. Beth Dow said her mother-in-law remembered that she had a gallon of water that she used to fill her breathing machine. “With those broken hands, she took the top off the gallon of water and poured it on her head and put out the flames,” Beth Dow said. Dorothy Dow is being treated at Grady Memorial Hospital. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • Senior fights for life after home invasion
    An elderly woman is fighting for her life after a violent home-invasion robbery. Dorothy Dow, 83, was airlifted to Grady Hospital late Thursday night after sustaining third-degree burns and several broken bones. The incident occurred around 11 p.m. on 7745 Forest Rd. in the Lone Oak community in Grantville. Dow told deputies she was asleep in her bed when four black males and one black female forced their way through her backdoor and roused her from her sleep.

    (Black) Suspect Arrested After (White) Woman Beaten, Robbed in Fells Point
Lauren Haydenblack attackerBALTIMORE — A suspect accused of beating up a woman walking home from the bar in Fells Point and then robbing her has been arrested, authorities said. Kurt Fletcher, 26, of Oakley Avenue, was arrested about 6:45 a.m. Friday. He is charged with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault and robbery in connection with the attack, according to police. The victim was walking back from the Cat’s Eye Pub in Fells about 1:30 a.m. when it happened, police said. The suspect grabbed the victim by her hair and then slammed her to the ground. “Her friend then tried to help her by stopping the assault. At which time, that suspect grabbed her purse and then ran,” said Det. Donny Moses, Baltimore Police Department. Afterward, the suspect, later identified as Fletcher, was caught on surveillance cameras using the victim’s credit card at a store a few blocks away. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • (White) Baltimore woman's skull fractured in robbery (by brutal black predator) - July 27, 2016
    BALTIMORE —A Baltimore woman is in the hospital with a fractured skull after she was beaten during a robbery. "It's kind of an unusual thing to happen in that particular area," victim's brother Robert Hayden said. Hayden has gone from brother to caretaker after his sister, Lauren Hayden, was viciously attacked in Upper Fells Point on Friday. "She's always the one who said she never felt unsafe, threatened by anyone, so it's pretty unfathomable," Hayden said. Police said at around 1:30 a.m., Lauren Hayden and a friend were walking home from the bars in Fells Point. When they got to about the intersection of Washington and Bank streets, someone grabbed her around the waist and threw her to the ground. "In the struggle, he took my sister down to the ground by the hair and slammed her face into a car bumper and then tried to drag her across the street," Hayden said. The attacker then ripped her purse away and ran. Hayden’s brother said the injuries were very serious, sending his sister to Shock Trauma for immediate surgery. "The impact fractured her skull and her whole body is just raw, scraped from head to toe," Hayden said. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police release video of suspect in brutal robbery in Upper Fells Point - July 26, 2016

    (White) Northland woman devastated her only car was torched, police believe it’s work of (black) serial arsonist
black fire bugNancy BeanKANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An arsonist targeting cars in the Northland strikes again –marking the sixth time in the past month he's set a vehicle on fire. In each case, the MO is the same, as the arsonist sets a bag full of trash on the windshield and uses a lighter to set a fire on the hood of the car. “I’m devastated,” said Nancy Bean, the latest victim. “It’s an old car, obviously, but it`s the only transportation I have and I can’t replace it.” Bean has insurance, but she doubts she'll get much for her 1999 Ford Taurus that now has a melted engine, shattered windshield and charred dashboard. “Horror, pure horror,” is how Bean described the aftermath. “Why does somebody do this? I mean, it causes so much grief and so much pain.” Police believe her car fire was the workings of an arsonist, as Bean slept in her apartment on N. Wheeling Avenue just feet away. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman on drugs drove into a White man walking on the sidewalk - killing him
Shakeetrya Lachelle DunwoodMichael Joe WickerHOT SPRINGS, Ark. – On July 29, 2016, the Hot Springs police arrested 24-year-old Shakeetrya Lachelle Dunwood for negligent homicide for the fatal May car accident at Central Avenue and Hobson. Police said Michael Wicker of Hardy was walking on a sidewalk May 28, 2016 on the eastside of Central Ave. near Hobson Ave. when he was struck by a vehicle. Cpl. Kirk Zaner said in a release to THV11 that the driver was traveling southbound when she lost control of her vehicle, also striking the nearby Continental Motel on the 1500 block of Central Ave. Wicker was taken to a hospital where he was later pronounced dead. Dunwood tested positive for Cannabinoids at the time of the accident. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Michael Joe Wicker - obituary
    Michael will be remembered as a talented musician. He played in numerous bands, including Back Flash and Southern Edge.


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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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