Reginald and Jonathan Carr
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Home invasion, sexual degradation, rape, robbery - then executions.
Dorothy says...
(cornrows - four bodies were actually found in the snow on a soccer field)
Wichita victims
Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, O God: depart from me therefore, ye bloody men. Pro 10:23
I hate them with perfect hatred: I count them mine enemies. Pro 10:23
Woe to the bloody city, to the pot whose scum is therein Pro 10:23
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    Group wants 2 Supreme Court justices removed after Carr sentences overturned
Reginald and Jonathan CarrEric RosenLee Johnson Wichita victimsWICHITA, KS - It was a brutal crime that rocked the city of Wichita and has gone down as one of the worst crimes in state history. Fourteen years ago, two brothers were accused of going on a crime spree of murder, assault, rape and robbery, killing five people in the brutal attacks. Two years later, Reginald and Jonathan Carr were tried, convicted and sentenced to death, but recently the Kansas Supreme Court overturned their death penalty sentences and some convictions. Now there is a movement to have two Supreme Court justices removed from the bench following their decision on the case. "Took our breathe away. We were all completely shocked and devastated again that it felt like we were going back to that day," Amy James said. That day for James dates back to December 2000 and is considered one of the worst in the history of Kansas as the Carr brothers wrapped up the brutal crime spree. Brad Heyka was one of five victims who were assaulted, tortured and taken to a frozen field where they were shot execution style and run over with a truck.

The Carr brothers were convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death. But 14 years after their murderous spree, the Kansas Supreme Court overturned their death penalties, stating the trial judge should have separated their penalty proceeding. Several convictions were also overturned. James and other victims' family members were at the Kansas Supreme Court when the appeal arguments were being heard last December. “What really upset me was how the justices talked about it like they were talking about the weather. They were very arrogant," she said. With the six-to-one ruling to overturn the death penalty, the family and friends have formed the group Kansans for Justice. They are urging voters not to retain Kansas Supreme Court Justices Eric Rosen and Lee Johnson in the Nov. 4 election. "Help us remove those two justices so that we can hopefully put new people in place who will move cases along," James said. James said putting the surviving victim through another trial is criminal itself and believes it's time to focus on the victims who lost their lives and not the monsters who took them. - (Black-on-white)

    (Bleeding) Kansas court overturns black killer-rapist brothers' death sentences - Jul 25, 2014
Reginald and Jonathan CarrWichita victimsTOPEKA, KS - The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned the death sentences of two brothers convicted of capital murder in a crime spree in Wichita in 2000 including robbery, rape, forced sex and four fatal shootings in a snow-covered soccer field. The court also struck down three of the four capital murder convictions each against Jonathan and Reginald Carr. It upheld one capital murder conviction for each of them. Their cases will return to Sedgwick County District Court for further hearings. The court's majority overturned their death sentences because the presiding judge did not hold separate proceedings for each man. In overturning most of their capital convictions, the majority said the instructions to jurors were flawed. The justices on Friday issued a separate ruling for each brother. The Carr brothers' crimes are among the most notorious in the state. The victims in the December 2000 attacks that culminated in a bloody scene in a snowy field were: Aaron Sander, 29; Brad Heyka, 27; Jason Befort, 26; and Heather Muller, 25. Another woman who was shot in the head survived and ran naked through the snow to seek help, becoming a key witness at the brothers' trial. Prosecutors said the five friends were in a Wichita home when two armed intruders forced them to engage in sex with each other and later made them withdraw money from automatic teller machines. The two women were raped repeatedly before the five were taken to the soccer field and shot while they were kneeling. The Carr brothers also were convicted of first-degree murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a 55-year-old cellist, Ann Walenta of Wichita, only days before the spree that left four dead. Jonathan Carr, now 34, and Reginald Carr, 36, were in their early 20s when the crimes occurred. Together, they were convicted of 93 crimes, including rape, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery and sentenced to death. The Supreme Court upheld a total of 57 convictions against them. - (Black-on-white) - (Bloody Witchita)


The Wichita Horror by Denise Noe

Chapter one - The Horror Begins

"At the age of 23, six foot tall, blonde-haired and blue-eyed Andrew Schreiber had reason to be pleased with his life. He had always been an outdoors type so his job as assistant baseball coach at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas, suited him perfectly. He says he has been a baseball enthusiast "since I could walk. I usually play catcher so I can be involved in every play, every pitch." When he's not catching a ball on a diamond field, he's often putting one on a golf course. On the chilly night of December 8, 2000, the strapping bachelor feared his life would come to an abrupt end" ... - more

    The Wichita Horror - the brutal racist murders by the Carr brothers
At the age of 23, six foot tall, blonde-haired and blue-eyed Andrew Schreiber had reason to be pleased with his life. He had always been an outdoors type so his job as assistant baseball coach at Newman University in Wichita Kansas, suited him perfectly.  He says he has been a baseball enthusiast "since I could walk. I usually play catcher so I can be involved in every play, every pitch."  When he's not catching a ball on a diamond field, he's often putting one on a golf course.  On the chilly night of December 8, 2000, the strapping bachelor feared his life would come to an abrupt end....
A hideous sexual orgy began. The women were commanded to perform oral sex and digital penetration on each other.... He asked if she had ever been with a black man before and H.G. said she had not.  Then he asked if the rapist was "better" than her boyfriend was.  Again she said, "yes."
"Relax," he said. "We're not going to shoot you yet." - (reader link)

    Murdering Black Brothers May Get Another Chance by James Buchanan
Reginald and Jonathan CarrThe perpetrators of one of the worst mass murders in U.S. history have had their sentence reduced from death to life in prison. (Ref. 1) Perhaps future liberal activists will try to release one or both brothers so that history can repeat itself. Four White people were murdered in "The Wichita Massacre" and a fifth victim was wounded. The four were killed execution-style in a snow-covered field. One of the killers had just been released from prison. The victims had been tortured, raped and robbed.
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    H.G., the lone survivor of the Carr brothers’ quadruple murder, and Andy Schreiber,
another Carr brothers survivor, are now engaged to be married. The two became close friends during the trial. They started dating a few months after it ended. They’re planning a private wedding ceremony. - (reader) - (forum)


Media Ignore Kansas Interracial Mass Murder
Jonathan and Reginald CarrThis is a 'hot topic' at the 'Freerepublic' as there were 45 links to this NNN file photo.
Also fresh links to NNN from The Wichita Massacre - By Stephen Webster
"I was surprised they covered it, but Dateline just had a full hour dedicated to this case."
- The Bobster
- NNN Editor note: I guess this explains the extra traffic.
Ref: NNN Bloody Wichita


   Families of Carrs' victims win ruling
Reginald and Jonathan Carr
Wichita victims
A Sedgwick County judge ruled Thursday that relatives of four people who were murdered by Reginald and Jonathan Carr in December 2000 can continue their negligence lawsuit against the state of Kansas.
"White citizens of Kansas will pay for negritude" - (Tyrone N. Butts)

   None Dare Call It Hate Crime! - The Tale Of The Brothers Scum - (reader link added 28 Aug 2003)

  Carr brothers' trial discussed By Eric Wilson - February 28, 2003

  Husband of Carr Victim Sues State
Carr Mistakenly Released From Jail Before Murder Spree

Carr Bros.Ann WalentaWICHITA, Kan. -- The husband of a slain Wichita woman is suing the state, claiming it negligently paroled the man who later killed his wife. Don Walenta filed the lawsuit Monday in Sedgwick County District Court. His lawsuit comes three weeks after Reginald Carr and his brother, Jonathan Carr, were convicted of murdering Ann Walenta and four others during a December 2000 crime spree. The brothers received the death penalty. The complaint says that if the state had not mistakenly released Reginald Carr on parole, he would have been in jail the night Ann Walenta was shot. - (forum)

  Wichita: After Carr trial, EMS explains response - victim was breathing more than two hours after shot
EMS officials eventually decided to treat and transport the victim -- who suffered a clearly fatal head wound -- because the body continued to take shallow, intermittent breaths. It was the type of breathing that experts say is a reflex of a dead body, not a sign of life. Still, Lamkey said, the coroner declined to certify the victim as dead because the irregular breathing continued.
Trauma victims sometimes show agonal respiration, but usually it lasts only five to 10 minutes, said Dan Caliendo, a Wichita emergency room doctor. But the irregular breathing had persisted for more than two hours by the time Dudley arrived, and because of it, she could not certify that the person was dead, Lamkey said.

 11/24/02: Word from inside the prison is that Reginald Carr weeps like a baby crying in his cell almost constantly
11/19/02: Carrs' cells are solitary, spartan

  Liberal Law Helped Free Killer in Wichita Massacre by Dr. Hans von Ohain
"It is almost unbelievable, but a new liberal law in Kansas helped to release Reginald Carr
enabling him to team up with his brother to shoot six people within ten days of walking out of jail..."

  The Atrocity in Wichita by James Buchanan
"The Wichita Massacre should be retold to all White people especially the naive liberal types, who say foolish things like "Can't we all just get along?" All White people should own guns to defend themselves and all White people should have their eyes open for minority criminals in their neighborhoods." - (EURO)


11/16/02: Statement from H.G. (the survivor): - "...because of two soulless monsters...."

"Unlike five of the other victims in this case, I'm able to stand here and talk for myself...."
"...It is not vengeance that I seek, it is just justice, and I hope that it comes as quickly as possible in a swift manner. Again, I am not seeking vengeance, I seek justice." - (from Wichita Eagle)

11/16/02: Victims, relatives have their say
Victims of the Carr brothers and relatives of those killed by the brothers spoke Friday in court before the brothers were sentenced. - (from Wichita Eagle)
11/16/02: Newsmax reports: 'Wichita Massacre' Brothers Sentenced to Death
11/16/02: Jurors say deciding on death penalty was difficult
11/15/02: Carrs sentenced for remainder of crimes - by Ron Sylvester - The Wichita Eagle
11/15/02: Gallery fills with tears of joy, grief - by Ron Sylvester - The Wichita Eagle
"A few shook their fists and smiled as the sentences were read."
11/15/02: Wichitans have mixed reaction to verdict
While many call the death penalty the right punishment, others question whether it is harsh enough.

 [A reader comments] - "...These murders have touched me in away I can't describe.
1) WHY hasn't this story been national news?!! As you point out. WHY?!!!!
I read about this horror only today, 2 years later, in an AP article. NEVER heard of it before and I read a lot.
2) I'm a fairly liberal minded person... BUT can anyone explain WHY this is not a hate crime? I applaud your making the info on this available. I want those f***ers dead. NOW! Keep on reporting.
Thanks" - a Reader from Massachusetts
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Link and forum content does not necessarily represent my personal or my NNN editorial positions.)

   Wichita: Carr brothers sentenced to death
Reginald and Jonathan CarrReginald and Jonathan Carr this afternoon were both sentenced to death for four murders in Wichita in December 2000. The jury in the Carr capital murder trial, which last week convicted the two men of the murders and of a long list of other crimes, agreed that both men should be executed for the capital murders. The two will be sentenced by Judge Paul Clark tomorrow on the remaining charges.


None Dare Call It Hate Crime! - [Reader reports] "Excellent website on the Wichita Massacre"

Wichita: Police: Display not a hate crime
Dummies hanging by nooses from a tree might upset members of racial minorities but aren't criminal, police say. Two black-faced dummies hanging by nooses in a Wichita front yard -- one resident's statement against two men convicted of a killing spree -- does not constitute a hate crime, police said Friday.
"As disturbing as it may be to our community, it does not rise to the level of a crime," Deputy Police Chief Robert Lee said at a news conference.

  Michelle MalkinWinona and the Wichita massacre - by Michelle Malkin
Here is a story of two trials and how they were covered in the news. Or not covered. You tell me what it says about the media's twisted values. The first trial was held in Beverly Hills. The accused was Hollywood starlet Winona Ryder, charged with shoplifting at a Saks Fifth Avenue store. A Nexis search turned up more than 500 stories on the trial published over the past week alone.

 Protest Planned - Wichita - KAKE News
The National Socialist Movement could be coming to Wichita to protest the Carr brothers' murder trial. The controversial group is asking the city for a protest permit. Last summer, leaders of the National Socialist Movement met in Topeka to protest the Carr trial. They believe the five murders should be classified as hate crimes because the Carr brothers are black and the victims were white. The group says the Carr brothers should be put to death. The national socialist movement has asked the city for permits to rally at Riverside Park and downtown Wichita on December 15th, the anniversary of the Carr brothers' crimes.
NAACP leaders say they will hold a counter rally
if the national socialist movement comes to Wichita. The Wichita Police Department confirms the group is asking for a permit to protest. If the group does come to Wichita, police say they will monitor the event. City leaders have yet to decide if the group should be allowed a formal protest.

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    State of Kansas Rap Sheet on CARR, REGINALD DEXTER

Carr Brothers’ Sentencing A jury must decide whether two brothers should be sentenced to death or life in prison for five killings, including a quadruple murder of friends who were forced to engage in sex acts with each other before each was shot in the head.

    Carr brothers found guilty of capital murder
Carr BrosJusticeJonathan and Reginald Carr were found guilty this afternoon of four counts of capital murder. The brothers, who now face the death penalty, were found guilty of killing four people in a soccer field near K-96 and Greenwich Road in December 2000. They also were found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Ann Walenta. Reginald Carr was also found guilty in the kidnapping and robbery in the carjacking of Andrew Schreiber, but Johnathan Carr was found not guilty in that crime. The Carrs also were found guilty of attempted first degree murder against the woman who survived the attack in the soccer field. She testified against the brothers during the trial, which lasted eight weeks. The Carr brothers also were found guilty on numerous charges of rape, aggravated robbery, burglary and theft. Prosecutors said the pair sexually assaulted and robbed the four people they later killed.
- as reported by the Wichita Eagle Staff

Ref: Carr Brother Charges
AP: Two Brothers Convicted of Capital Murder in Soccer Field Slayings of Four Friends
KWCH: Carr Brothers Verdict Coverage - District Attorney:"the jury was a thinking person's jury".

  • "Some people are just evil" - Dr. Patricia Farrell PhD, commentator on Jeff Rense show 11/04/02
  • "Some people are defective - flat defective..." - Jeff Rense

 Wichita: Evidence in Carr trial gruesome, unavoidable  - BY RON SYLVESTER - The Wichita Eagle
"The crimes charged in the Carr case are gruesome."
schnauzerDudley found bruises on the bodies of Sander, Heyka and Befort. She said red ridges suggested those injuries came from a golf club -- a driver with a wooden head -- found in the triplex where the men lived. The post-mortem exam on Muller, Dudley said, showed injuries consistent with a sexual assault. At the request of police, Dudley also performed an autopsy on a pet schnauzer that belonged to the survivor of the Dec. 15 quadruple homicide. Dudley said the dog had been bludgeoned, possibly with the golf club, and then stabbed through the neck with something like an ice pick

Heather Muller's life was filled with music - By Ron Sylvester - The Wichita Eagle

Heather Suzanne Muller
lived with the enthusiasm of a voice lifted in song. But the beautiful alto whom friends remember singing from her soul fell silent Friday morning to gunshots that left the 25-year-old woman and three other people dead.

The violent end contradicted Muller's life, described as vivacious and charitable by those who knew her through her talent for music, her dedication to church and a desire to help children.
Excerpt from transcript:
Q: Then what happened?
A: He said something that scared me, and I kind of jerked, and he told me "Relax" he wasn't going to shoot me yet. And I kind of flipped out because he had told me prior to that he wasn't going to shoot me, and he said he wasn't going to shoot me yet. He told me to get down on all fours, and he penetrated me.
Q: Penetrated what part of your body?
A: Vaginally.
Q: With?
A: His penis.
Q: Do you recall if he ejaculated internally into your vagina?
A: He didn't ejaculate internally. He told me to turn around and swallow it, and so I turned around and swallowed it.
Q: Did he place his penis into your mouth?
A: Yes.
Q: Then what happened?
A: I walked in front of him over to the bathroom. He opened the door. I saw the skinny guy raping Heather vaginally. She was on all fours. I started to open the door at the fatter guy's request, and the guy inside said 'Hold on, I'm not done." And then we stood there in the hallway for a minute, and then I opened the door again, and he directed me to come inside, and he raped me vaginally.

  None Dare Call It Hate Crime! - Transcript of Wichita preliminary hearing and more - (forum)

 Bloody Wichita Update: Surprise STD testimony stuns court
Carr BrosStephanie DonleyThe survivor of a multiple homicide reveals that after the attacks, she was found to have the same venereal disease as Reginald Carr, the man accused of assaulting her.
Stephanie Donley (pictured at right) talks about her (sex) life with Reginald Carr during his murder trial in District Court. Carr was arrested in her apartment. Stephanie Donley, who testified Thursday, said she met "Reggie" Carr at a nightclub in Dodge City in October 2000. She said she recognized the presence of the STD when they began seeing each other several weeks later. Carr would stay at her apartment at 5400 E. 21st St. when she wasn't working the night shift as a nurse at a Wichita hospital. She said neither he nor his younger brother, Jonathan, had jobs. - (forum)
Note: Carr's girlfriend Stephanie Donley and estranged wife Mandy Carr may also have been given the same STD that he gave to his rape victim.

District Attorney Nola Foulston Carr sexually molests District Attorney Nola Foulston during trial
Reginald CarrFoulston, meanwhile, said Carr had been getting a little too close, making "knee-to-knee contact" with her under the courtroom table while lawyer Val Wachtel cross-examined witnesses. Wachtel, Greeno's co-counsel, usually sits between his client and the prosecution. Judge Paul Clark ruled that officers would restrain Reginald Carr's legs and hands under the table in a way unnoticeable to the jury.

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"Shut the dog up," the man said. Among the dozens of photos jurors saw was a picture of a dead dog
reconstruction of crimeDorothy and Todo as well as a puddle of blood on a bed and the dog's broken muzzle found in one bedroom. Siwek said a stained golf club and other evidence suggested the dog had been beaten to death with the club.
H.G. got money from the cash machine and adds,
"On the way back, he said he wished we could've met under different circumstances. He said I was cute, and we probably would've hit it off." When the two got back to the house, Reginald Carr raped H.G. and ejaculated in her mouth. Jonathan Carr raped Miss Muller again, and then he raped H.G. one more time.

 New website ""
"Your only source for the shocking eyewitness testimony of the lone survivor of America's most suppressed massacre. The long-suppressed, horrifying pre-trial testimony of H.G., the heroic survivor of the Wichita Massacre, is now available. - (not affiliated with New Nation News)

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Original Sources used for news on Wichita black-on-white deviant sex-rape-murder trial:

[Reader wonders whether castration would be a 'cruel and unusual punisment']
Ref: Cruel and unusual punishment
Ref: He who commits rape, murder and kidnapping shall be put to death. - God
(Deuteronomy 22:25, Exodus 21:12,16)
Ref: Cruel and Unusual Leniency by Robert W. Lee
[further reader comments on Wichita]
"Death would be good, how in the name of God can people rape and kill with not even a thought? Does anyone need a volunteer to pull the switch?"
Ecc 8:11 Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.

Pictures posted on-line regarding the atrocities in Wichita

Wichita references and links: Wizard of Oz - Zardoz - History of 'Bloody Kansas'


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