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ARCHIVE for 7 July 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

 Ibn HunterCasser WilliamsTravis LaneJames HeywardChristian LoganJeremy CarmichaelGeorge Williams Jr.

  7 July, 2016

    Third (black) suspect caught — Three charged in death of (White man) Larry Weaver
Larenzle ColemanRonnie Carl Robinson SrElsie M. ColemanLarry WeaverPittsburg, Kan. SIKESTON, Mo. — The third suspect in the murder of Larry Weaver, 66, of Pittsburg has been arrested. According to a release from the Sikeston, Missouri, Department of Public Safety, Larenzle Coleman, 35 of Oakfield, Tennessee, was arrested this week after allegedly attempting to sell Weaver’s 2013 Harley Davidson Street Glide motorcycle. He, along with two others, Ronnie Carl Robinson Sr., 49, of Sikeston, and Elsie M. Coleman, 40, of Little Rock, Arkansas, have been charged with first degree murder, first degree robbery, kidnapping and first degree tampering.
Weaver had arrived arrived in Sikeston on June 26 at approximately 8 p.m. After he arrived he contacted his wife and relayed to her he was OK and was planning on leaving Sikeston the next morning to return to his home in Pittsburg. On the morning of June 27, Weaver’s hotel room door was found ajar and opened slightly by the cleaning crew but no report was made to local authorities. On the morning of June 28, 2016 at approximately 6:30 a.m. the Pittsburg Police Department contacted the Sikeston Department of Public Safety and asked for officers to check the Days Inn for Weaver. Upon checking Weaver’s room and finding he was not there and his motorcycle was missing, Sikeston DPS detectives and the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigators started investigating a missing person and the missing motorcycle. During the investigation surveillance video was gathered from several businesses in the area. The surveillance video showed a dark colored Chevrolet Avalanche pulling a single axle trailer into the parking lot on June 27 around 2:40 a.m. This same vehicle was seen leaving the parking lot at a high rate of speed approximately 14 minutes later. Officers located a delivery driver who was making deliveries in the area just north of the hotel who also reported seeing the truck and trailer leaving at a high rate of speed. - (Black-on-white)
  • Two in custody; missing Kansas' man's body found
    SIKESTON - Two people are in custody in connection with the death of a Kansas man and a third person is still being sought. Elsie M. Coleman -- Hamilton, 40, of North Little Rock, Ark., and Ronnie Carl Robinson Sr., 49, of Sikeston are facing charges in connection with the disappearance of Larry Weaver of Pittsburg, Kan. Weaver, whose body was discovered Saturday morning in a cotton field in New Madrid County, was reported missing along with his motorcycle on Tuesday from a Sikeston motel.
  • Police Release New Lead In Disappearance Of Pittsburg Man - Jul 01, 2016

    (White) Vet beaten (by racist black) after saying he was voting for Trump
racist blackCharlie DanielsCharlie DanielsJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 68-year-old Vietnam veteran was beaten Sunday afternoon at a Jacksonville gas station after telling a clerk of the food store that he was going to vote for Donald Trump, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. Charlie Daniels said he got into a profanity-laced dispute with a man who, once they were both outside near the gas pumps, pushed Daniels, punched him in the face and kicked him several times. The man left the scene in an older-model Chevrolet Suburban. Rescue personnel were called to the Shell station but Daniels refused treatment and drove himself home. Officers said security video shows the confrontation and violence. Daniels said that he was in line to pay for gas and began talking about the upcoming election. The clerk, whom he knew, asked him who he planned to vote for, and Daniels said, "Trump." The man behind him became irate, using racial slurs and expletives, authorities said. Daniels said the abusive man left the store first, but waited for him outside and picked up where he left off. "He said, 'Hey, I need to talk to you.' I said, 'Partner, I don’t want to talk to nobody. Look, that stuff is over with. I was just voicing an opinion. So were you,' and I said, 'Come on, let me get some gas,'" Daniels said. "He reached over, grabbed me by (the) arm, turned me around and came down with his left hand. (He) knocked me down, and when I hit the ground, he said, 'What do you think about Trump? Know you white mother (expletive).' And then he started kicking me.”
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said the attacker was described as a 25- to 35-year-old black man, at least 6 feet tall and weighing 210 to 230 pounds, with long dreadlocks and a beard. “I hope he goes to jail. I want him to make restitution for all my injuries and the pain I’m going through right now," Daniels said. "I don’t see why it’s not a hate crime with all the words he was saying. It was all about me being a white man and supporting Trump. If that’s not hate, then I don’t know what is." - (Black-on-white)

    UK: Life sentence for (black) man found guilty of (white female Polish) sex worker's brutal murder
Lewis PierreDaria PionkoA man has been sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 22 years, for the murder of 21-year-old sex worker Daria Pionko in Leeds. Leeds crown court heard how 24-year-old Lewis Pierre wore steel-capped boots when he carried out a “sustained and forceful” attack on Pionko three days before Christmas last year in the UK’s first managed red-light district, in the Holbeck area of the city. The scheme introduced by Leeds city council in 2014 allows sex workers to operate in a designated area on the edge of the city centre between 7pm and 7am without fear of being arrested. Following the verdict, a community safety partnership spokesman said the project was under review. Pierre was captured on CCTV walking towards an area of wasteland with Pionko at around 10.40pm, before being spotted leaving the scene alone less than five minutes later. Blood matching Pionko’s was later discovered on a pair of steel-capped boots and a cardigan found at Pierre’s home. Although Pierre admitted robbery and manslaughter, he denied murder, but the jury of 10 women and two men took less than two hours to find Pierre guilty of murder on Monday.
Pionko, who had moved to the UK from Łódź in Poland 10 months previously, was found lying face down and lifeless by her housemate Karolina Znajda, who was also a sex worker. Pionko had suffered serious injuries to her face, head, neck and body. Znajda described her friend’s face as having been “massacred” and the postmortem concluded that Pionko had died within 30 minutes of the attack. Pierre, who was working as an assistant to a heavy goods driver, bought a meal of kebab meat and chips, four cans of drink and cigarettes with the £80 he stole from Pionko. Colleagues say he also turned up to work the next day in possession of cannabis. - (UK) - (Black-on-white)

    (White female) Victim in random face slashing in east-end Toronto turns to social media to find (black) attacker
suspectAlicia Taylor Ontario, Canada -- Life-long East York resident Alicia Taylor was out with a few friends early Saturday, June 25 when a man she didn’t know slashed her twice on the left side of her face. Taylor, 24, wanted to get a bite to eat and was walking eastward along Danforth Avenue near Pape Avenue around 3:15 a.m. when she said a man who “wasn’t all there” randomly started yelling at her. “I didn’t even respond to him. I just kept walking,” said Taylor, a Canada Post mail carrier whose route is in Forest Hill. She said the man told her he had a knife and moments later slasher her in the face near her temple area and chin. “I just kind of blacked out and I woke up in hospital,” she said in an interview with Metroland Media Toronto. Police and paramedics were on the scene within minutes of the attack and Taylor was rushed to St. Michael’s Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Taylor said the friends she was with started chasing after the man but came back to help her as she was bleeding. “I lost about a litre of blood and needed three blood transfusions,” said Taylor, who spent the weekend in hospital and was discharged on Monday. She’s currently off work until her stitches come out next Wednesday. In the days since the incident, Taylor, who has a five-month-old son, has spoken out on social media and asked people to help her spread the word so her attacker can be apprehended as soon as possible. “I want anyone with information to contact police,” said Taylor, who said the unprovoked attack has left her feeling anxious and looking over her shoulder more than ever before. “I grew up in the (area) and I know the area very well. I’m always out at night and I never ever once felt like I was in danger,” she said. Police said the suspect was last seen fleeing westbound. He is only described as black, and was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. - (Canada) - (Black-on-white)

    Police charge (black) Pittsburgh woman in fatal McKees Rocks hit-and-run that left (White) man dead in street
Deria MahoneNikkolas PoliakAllegheny County police on Wednesday arrested a woman from Pittsburgh's North Side in connection with an April hit and run in McKees Rocks. Deria Mahone, 20, is charged with involuntary manslaughter, court records show. McKees Rocks police found Nikkolas Poliak, 23, lying on Vine Street shortly before 8 p.m. April 9. He was taken to Allegheny General Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Mahone was charged in June with reckless driving and was found guilty in December of failing to stop at a stop sign. A preliminary hearing for the involuntary manslaughter charges is scheduled for July 13. - (Black-on-white)

    1 (black) arrested in fatal Tyler shooting
Jared WilsonWeeping AngelTYLER, TX - Police have arrested one person in connection with a fatal shooting in Tyler. Tyler police say Jared Wilson was arrested near Anderson County. Earlier, police said Wilson was believed to be armed and dangerous following a shooting in Tyler. At 9:09 a.m. Tuesday, Tyler Police Department officers and Tyler firefighters were called to the Royal Inn and Suites in the 2600 block of Loop 323 in Tyler. The FBI and the U.S. Marshals Office also responded to the scene. When officers arrived, they learned that a man had been shot. The man was transported to a hospital, where he later died. Police say they believe the incident started with an altercation in the parking lot. Officers are searching for Jared Eugene Wilson, 30, of Houston, who fled on foot, heading south on Gentry Parkway. - (Black-on-white)

    (Drunk black) Man accused of causing crash that killed (White) nightclub owners indicted
Lisa Gayle “Hootie” & Michael Shawn “Mooch” RichardCosme Agustin UrbinaCOPPERAS COVE, Texas -- A man accused of causing a highway crash on February 27 that claimed the life of a Harker Heights nightclub owner and his wife was named in an indictment Thursday and charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter. Grand jurors named Cosme Augustin Urbina, 26, in connection with the February 27 deaths of Michael Shawn Richard and Lisa Gayle Richard, owners of the Twisted Wrench nightclub. Michael Shawn Richard was pronounced dead at the scene and Lisa Gayle Richard died later at Scott & White Hospital, in Temple. They left behind four adult children and a 7-year-old daughter. The couple was on their way home after closing the club when their motorcycle was involved in a crash with a 2001 Acura and a 2013 Honda Pilot. Urbina, who was driving the Acura, was not injured, according to an arrest warrant affidavit, but had a blood-alcohol level of .186, which is more than twice the legal limit. The officer who investigated the accident said in the affidavit that Urbina admitted to have been drinking before the crash. - (Black-on-white)

    Neighbor arrested in 'suspicious death' of 54-year-old Roselawn woman
Kayle TaylorTammy WileyCINCINNATI -- A neighbor was arrested Monday night in the "suspicious" death of a 54-year-old Roselawn woman who friends say was terminally ill with cancer. Officers found Tammy Wiley dead at 8:42 a.m. Monday in her apartment at 1502 Section Road. Police arrested Kayle Taylor, 27, at about 11:30 p.m. the same day and charged him with aggravated burglary and aggravated murder. Police said Wiley had duct tape over her mouth, eyes and nose. They also said they found belongings from Wiley's apartment in Taylor's apartment. - (Black-on-white)

    PD: 3 teens arrested, charged in 18-year-old Brenner Anderson's shooting death in Glendale
Brenner "Justin" AndersonSalem OrnelasTalmontrai TaylorGLENDALE, AZ. - Glendale police have arrested three teens in the shooting death of 18-year-old Brenner Anderson , officials said Tuesday. According to police, Salem Ornelas, Talmontrai Taylor, both 18 years old, and a 17-year-old girl were arrested Friday and charged with murder. Investigators, who tracked down the suspects via social media, said Anderson met up with the girl to sell marijuana to her on June 29. When he arrived to the area of 43rd and Glendale avenues for the exchange, he was robbed and shot, police said. Brenner was taken to a hospital by a friend, where he later died. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    Police investigating apparent (black-man - white woman) Bushwick murder-suicide
Christopher Pickering and Elizabeth ThompkinsBUSHWICK, Brooklyn -- Police are investigating an apparent murder suicide in Brooklyn. Officers responded to reports of a man and a woman shot at a home on Central Avenue in Bushwick on Sunday evening. Inside the home, they found 22-year-old Elizabeth Thompkins and 37-year-old Christopher Pickering each with gunshot wounds to the head. Investigators say a gun was found at the scene. - (Black-on-white)
  • (Black) Brooklyn killer, (white) girlfriend found dead as cops eye murder-suicide
    A father of four and his 23-year-old girlfriend were found shot to death in a Brooklyn home Sunday afternoon, in what police are investigating as a murder-suicide. Police believe Christopher Pickering, 37, blasted Elizabeth Thompkins in the head in their Central Ave. home near Hancock St. in Bushwick, and then turned the gun on himself. When a relative arrived home to find the bloody scene at about 5 p.m., a 9-mm. handgun was resting on Pickering’s chest, police said.

Dangers of interracial dating

    Family: (Black) Robber pointed gun at (White) child at Lenox Square
black suspectJenna White and baby and boyfriendATLANTA – Relatives of a tourist shot at Lenox Square said the robbers pointed a gun at the woman’s 2-year-old son and demanded jewelry. Jenna White, who is from South Carolina, was visiting Atlanta with her boyfriend and her 2-year-old son Wednesday. According to investigators, two men approached them as they got into their car. Police believe two suspects targeted them because they had been seen inside of a jewelry store at the mall. White's stepfather said that White stepped to fight the suspects after they put a gun to the child’s head. She was shot once in the stomach. The two attackers ran away, and the man inside the car began driving the woman to Piedmont Hospital, almost getting there before having to pull over at Benihana Restaurant near the hospital. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black man) gets 55 years for murder (of his white girlfriend)
Anthony Octavius JoyceShelly Dawn GravelyA judge in Patrick County Circuit Court on Friday sentenced a Spencer man to a total of 55 years in prison on charges of first-degree murder, grand larceny and concealment of a dead body. Anthony Octavius Joyce, 37, was charged in the strangulation death of Shelly Dawn Gravely, 34, of South Mayo Drive, Stuart, on Nov. 15, 2014. At a hearing in April, Judge Jonathan Apgar accepted Joyce’s guilty pleas to first-degree murder, an amended charge of grand larceny and concealment of a dead body. Under a plea agreement, the commonwealth amended a charge of robbery to grand larceny. The plea agreement did not specify what the sentences would be and left that up to Apgar. Gravely and Joyce had been involved in a romantic relationship on and off for about five years. Most recently, Gravely broke up with Joyce on Nov. 14, 2014. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Macomb County Sheriff's Office says (mixed-race) girl lied about (White) man throwing her into Clinton River
Star DulaneyStar Dulaney's white motherFrank SmogerMT.CLEMENS, Mich. - Star Dulaney, 9, says she made it all up. Back on June 22, the girl told police that she'd been thrown into the Clinton River by an intoxicated man. She said that she hit her head while she was in the water. She claimed her 14 year-old friend jumped in the river to rescue her. Frank Smoger, who Star had accused of throwing her into the river, was later arrested and charged with felonious assault. Star now says, "It was really stupid of me to put that guy in jail." She had tearfully shared her original story but soon after that, police spoke with an independent witness who came forward. They also talked to the family again and that's when Star admitted that she had lied. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (black) men charged with murder of 71-year-old (White) woman
Robert Lavar LewisEdward Percy GarrettMarilyn R. NobleKINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) – Two men are now facing murder charges for shooting and killing a 71-year-old woman in Lenoir County. The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office says it arrested Robert Lavar Lewis, 32, of Kinston and Edward Percy Garrett, 36, of Greenville on July 1st and 2nd. Both are charged with First Degree Murder and Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon in connection with the June 12th murder of Marilyn Riley Noble. Noble was killed during a robbery of a business located at 2358 Hwy. 11/55 in Kinston. During the investigation, the Sheriffs’ detectives recovered numerous pieces of evidence and assistance from the public that aided in identifying the individuals who committed the crimes. - (Black-on-white)

    4th black arrested in stabbing death of (White female) fast food manager
Ariana Yanni RunnerGregory Donald, JrJoshua EveryMark Crocklen Jrblack killer - a fifth person, a femaleTaylor FrilouxKENNER, LA - A woman was arrested Friday in connection with the June 29 stabbing death of Taylor Friloux, 21, a fast food worker in Kenner. Ariana Yanni Runner, 22, of Reserve is the fourth suspect arrested in the case. She faces second-degree murder, conspiracy-armed robbery, armed robbery (3-counts), and aggravated burglary. The other suspects are Gregory Donald, Jr., 18, of Kenner; and Joshua Every, 23, and Mark Crocklen Jr., 24, both of LaPlace. Investigators said they learned that Runner actively recruited suspects who committed the robbery at Raising Cane's but was not inside the getaway vehicle at the time of the robbery. Kenner Police are trying attempting to identify a fifth person, a female, who was inside the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing. Kenner Police Chief Michael Glaser urges anyone with information to call Kenner Police Detective Brad Ricke at (504) 712-2214 or Crimestoppers at (504) 822-1111. - (Black-on-white)
    Kenner Police: Raising Cane's manager stabbed repeatedly after surrendering cash, collapsing; 4th suspect arrested
Was race a factor in brutal stabbing of this white woman by a black male ex-coworker?
The level of violence involved had police groping for a motive beyond simple robbery. Kenner Police Chief Michael Glaser even suggested the suspects could be charged under hate crime statutes if the attack had something to do with the victim’s race or gender, and he said he had contacted U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite’s office about the possibility. Friloux was a white woman, while Every and Crocklen are black. Personal animosity may also have played a role, given that Every had worked at the restaurant with Friloux until about eight months ago. Glaser said former co-workers told police that Every has a dislike of “certain people,” adding, “I don’t know if it was the white race, the female race.”

When Friloux refused to open the back door of the restaurant, police said, Joshua Every stabbed her once. At that point, police said, she let him and the other man inside the store, where they forced her to open the safe and took about $1,000. While his accomplice fled, Joshua Every paused and repeatedly stabbed Friloux, who had collapsed, police said. One wound pierced her aorta, according to Glaser.

Mack KeysTaylor Friloux’s (black) boyfriend, Mack Keys, said Wednesday that he believes Joshua Every may have resented Friloux from their time working together. It was the only reason he could conceive of for the stabbing. “He never said anything to me to make it seem like he hated women (or white people),” said Keys, who worked with Every at the restaurant. “I honestly don’t know if he hated women or white people, but he probably just hated (Friloux).”


    Police Identify Santa Rosa Theater Stabbing Suspect, Victim - berserk black in butcher knife attack on White man
Delonte Anthony HartAdam LuceroSANTA ROSA — Santa Rosa police have identified the victim and suspect in an unprovoked stabbing at a Santa Rosa movie theater Wednesday afternoon. Delonte Anthony Hart, 23, a homeless man originally from Baltimore, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder for allegedly stabbing 21-year-old Adam Lucero, 21, of Southern California, multiple times inside the Roxy Stadium 14 theater at 85 Santa Rosa Ave. around 4 p.m. Wednesday, police said. Lucero was watching a movie when Hart allegedly approached him from behind and stabbed him. It appears Hart and Lucero did not know each other, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Black Man wanted after home invasion death (of White man) in north Harris County - Deputies consider man armed and dangerous
Frederick Donnell FosterMichael BrownWeeping AngelHARRIS COUNTY, Texas - Investigators need help finding a man wanted in connection with a home invasion death in north Harris County. Frederick Donnell Foster, 36, was charged with capital murder and is considered armed and dangerous. Harris County Sherif's Office homicide investigators said Foster and Michael Jerome Brown, 26, killed Robert Russo, 64, while trying to rob him. The incident happened on June 25 at the Copper Lodge Apartments on Cypress Station Drive. Deputies said they found Russo shot to death on the first floor patio of his apartment. A trail of blood led deputies to Michael Brown, who had been shot. He was transported to the hospital and is in custody. - (Black-on-white)
  • (Black) Man charge of murder (of disabled White man) during apparent armed robbery at apartment complex - June 27, 2016
    On Saturday, June 25, about 5:40 a.m., deputies with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office responded to an in progress “Man Down” call at the Copper Lodge Apartments, located at 1000 Cypress Station Drive. When deputies arrived on the scene, they located the complainant, Robert Russo, a 64-year-old white male, shot to death on the first floor patio of his apartment. Sheriff’s Office Homicide Investigators responded to the scene. Evidence at the scene indicated that Russo was shot and killed while the suspect(s) were attempting to rob him. Homicide Investigators located a blood trail leading from the apartment, to the rear fence line of the apartment complex. Homicide Investigators followed the blood trail until they located Michael Brown, a 26-year-old male, lying on the ground, next to a ski mask. Brown was suffering from a gunshot wound to the side. Brown was transported to the hospital, where he is in stable condition. Murder charges are pending against Michael Brown.
  • Victim, suspect in deadly N. Harris County shooting identified - June 26, 2016
    the victim -- identified as Robert Russo, 64 -- was shot and killed right outside his patio door. “(He) appears to have suffered at least one gunshot wound. He is deceased at
  • Robert Russo, a 64-year-old gunsmith, was found shot to death on the patio of his home - June 26, 2016
    Home invasion suspect shot in the chest by victim

    2 (black) Men Plead Not Guilty in Connection With Glendale Homicide (of White man)
Brandon Perkins and Laquan ParkerPhillip Niles Jr.Two men have pleaded not guilty to murder in connection with the shooting death of another man in Glendale, officials said. Brandon Perkins, 26, of Suisun City, and Laquan Parker, 24, of Stockton, and are each charged on suspicion of one count of murder, possession of a firearm by a felon with priors and carrying a loaded stolen firearm, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Phillip Niles Jr., 25, a recent transplant from Daytona Beach, was apparently shot outside an apartment along Verdugo Road near Glendale Community College and stumbled a short distance before collapsing on the front lawn of a home in the 1600 block of The Midway Street, police said. His body was discovered Saturday morning. Parker and Perkins were later found at a Comfort Inn in Monrovia and were arrested. Dezerea Lyons, 18, of Napa, was also arrested in connection with the incident and police believed she orchestrated the shooting because she was insulted by something Niles said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect kills himself after shooting (White) manager dead and ambushing another freight worker
Alfred TankersleyMarty CoffeyA (black) man fired over a year ago from a trucking company has been identified as the suspect in the shooting death of a (White) freight company manager in Jacksonville and the critical wounding of a second worker in Mississippi. Police said Alfred Tankersley, 50, then killed himself in Richland, Miss., after an employee of Southeastern Freight Co. was shot there Tuesday night. Tankersley also was suspected in the death of Marty Coffey, also 50, at Old Dominion Freight Line in Jacksonville Monday morning. In Mississippi, the wounded man worked for Southeastern Freight, the company Tankersley was fired from. Coffey also previously worked for Southeastern. “We believe it is due to his being fired from Southeastern Freight,” said police spokeswoman Allison Clark said of Tankersley. She said Coffey and the man wounded Tuesday, whose name has not been released, were instrumental in the termination. Tankersley fired about nine shots Tuesday into a vehicle at the Mississippi yard. In Jacksonville, police said multiple shots were fired after Coffey got out of his car Monday about 6:30 a.m. In the Mississippi shooting, police said Tankersley waited for the victim to stop and then shot him. The victim drove to the police station for help and was taken to a hospital. Clark said the man was in stable condition Wednesday. - (Black-on-white)
  • Workplace murder at Westside trucking company linked to attempted murder-suicide in Mississippi attempted
    Tankersley was fired from Southeastern Freight in 2015, and police believe he targeted both victims because he held a grudge.
  • Marty Deane Coffey Obituary
    COFFEY Marty Deane Coffey, 50, of Callahan, passed away June 27. He was born September 25, 1965 in Orlando, Florida. He proudly served his country in the US Army. He had been in the trucking business most of his life and was currently employed with Old Dominion Truck Lines in Jacksonville. Marty was the kind of person that would help anybody, anytime, whether they were family or not. He never met a stranger

    (Black) Sicko shoves bag of poop down (White) woman’s shorts in street attack
black poop attackA man attacked a woman on the Upper East Side by bizarrely stuffing a bag of feces down her shorts, police said. Surveillance video shows the 27-year-old victim on her cellphone on East 74th Street near First Avenue at about 6 p.m. Monday when the attacker approached her from behind. Wearing gloves, he grabbed the woman’s shorts at the waist and shoved the bag of excrement down the back. After a brief struggle, he peeled off his latex gloves and tossed them into the street as he fled. - (Black-on-white)

    Caught on video: (Savage black) Assailant beats, robs 87-year-old (White) man
James Hayes Sr attacked by savage blackCincinnati police said it happened around 5 a.m. on June 24. behind the Larosa’s Pizza restaurant at 2717 Vine Street in Corryville. That is where the 87-year-old victim works. The video shows the 87-year-old man being attacked by an unknown black male wearing dark clothing. The victim was struck with a large rock and knocked to the ground by the assailant. The suspect then used the victim’s cane to strike him, breaking the cane. The robber stole the victim’s vehicle, a white Hyundai Accent hatchback with Ohio tags and other items, including the man's cellphone. The car was found the next day a few blocks away from the scene in Corryville. - (Black-on-white)
  • Surveillance: 87-year-old man beaten with own cane outside LaRosa's
    CORRYVILLE, OH - Cincinnati Police Department has released surveillance video of the attack of an 87-year-old man outside the Corryville LaRosa's last week. James Hayes Sr. said he was attacked with his own cane before being robbed of his car and wallet last Friday. Hayes has worked at the LaRosa's for the last 20 years. The video shows the attacker throwing two rocks at Hayes. Once Hayes is on the ground, video shows the suspect hitting Hayes with his cane. "When I got out to get my stuff...from the car...that's we he came out and ran over, punched me, knocked me down, took my cane, beat me with my cane, turned me over, got my wallet out of my back pocket, taken my car and drove off," recalls Hayes. The suspect took off in Hayes' car. Authorities found the car but not the suspect. He is described as a black male, in his late 20's, 5'9" and around 190 pounds.

    Court affirms death sentence in San Marcos rape and murder of White woman by black beast
Willie Roy JenkinsSheryl Ann NorrisThe state’s highest criminal court on Wednesday affirmed the murder conviction and death sentence for Willie Roy Jenkins in the 1975 sexual assault and murder of a 20-year-old San Marcos woman. Jenkins was identified in 2010 when his DNA profile — uploaded to a federal database after several rape convictions in Texas and California — matched a rape kit sample collected from the body of Sheryl Ann Norris. He was convicted and sentenced to death by a Hays County jury in 2013. - (Black-on-white)

    2 blacks indicted in murder case of murder of White Desert Storm veteran and cancer survivor thanks to CrimeStoppers tip
Devonta VaughnDeMarco McKinleyblack killerblack killerLonnie Lee LudvigsonMEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two people are charged with murder, accused of killing a man whom they tried to rob at gunpoint in January. On Tuesday, a Shelby County grand jury indicted Devonta Vaughn and DeMarco McKinley on charges of first-degree murder, criminal attempted first-degree murder and employment of a firearm with intent to commit a felony. Police nabbed the men thanks to a tip sent in anonymously to the CrimeStoppers hotline, 528-CASH. The caller said Vaughn was one of four men involved in killing Lonnie Ludvigson. Police investigated and confirmed the information. The investigation also led to McKinley as a suspect. Police arrested Vaughn Tuesday. McKinley is in custody in Dallas and will be extradited to Memphis, police said. The caller will receive a $13,500 reward for the successful tip. An anonymous donor and U-Ship contributed to the reward. Ludvigson, who was a Desert Storm veteran and cancer survivor from Iowa, was traveling on business and only planned to be in Memphis for less than 24 hours. Police said he was sitting in his car near the home he was staying at in the 700 block of Prescott Street when four masked men came up to him and demanded money at gunpoint. He tried to run but was shot and killed. A pedestrian witnessed the crime and exchanged gunfire with the suspects, who then fled the scene, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Emotional second day of Benny Brown trial draws to close in Laurens Co.
Benny Brown JrNicole KingsboroughDeputy Roger RiceLAURENS, SC - A Laurens County man is on trial for the shooting deaths of his longtime girlfriend and a Laurens County deputy in 2011. Benny Brown Jr. is charged with two counts of murder, five counts of attempted murder, and weapons offenses for the July 13, 2011 killings. Brown is charged with two counts of murder, five counts of attempted murder, and weapons offenses for the July 13, 2011 killings. Investigators said Brown killed Nicole Kingsborough, 38, in the parking lot of the Fehrer plant in Fountain Inn, where the victim worked. Family members said Brown and Kingsborough had been in a relationship for more than 20 years and that Brown had prior arrests for domestic violence. Laurens County deputies began searching for Brown after the Fehrer shooting and said they tracked him to a home on Barrel Stave Road in Clinton. After a brief standoff, investigators said shots were fired. Brown, Deputy Roger Rice and another person were all wounded in the exchange of gunfire. Rice, 29, died from his injuries at the hospital. The young deputy had only worked for the department for about a year and a half and had only recently completed his training at the state’s Criminal Justice Academy a few months prior to his death. Rice left behind a wife and two children. Kingsborough left behind three children. The youngest was only three-years-old at the time of her death. Prosecutors announced in November 2011 that they would seek the death penalty against brown but trial Judge Frank Addy ruled earlier in June that the death penalty was not a viable option due to mental competency issues involving Brown. - (Black-on-white)

    Third (black) suspect arrested in connection to LR diner shooting that killed an (elderly White) man
Harold Donald ByrdMarquis Parker (from left), Adrian Avery and Corey Lamonte Eskridge, all 21LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A third suspect has turned himself in after a shooting at a diner that claimed the life of a man. According to Little Rock police, Corey Eskridge turned himself in on Monday at the Little Rock Police Department 12th street location. He was taken in without incident. The shooting took place on Thursday at the Frontier Diner around 12:30 p.m. Harold Byrd, 77, died as a result. According to the original story, several people were inside the restaurant at the time of the shooting but were uninjured. Two other suspects, Adrian Avery, 21, and Marquis Parker, 19, were arrested and charged with capital murder and aggravated robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    Father of 14-year-old animal - one of motley group charged with murder of (White man) claims he is not a 'monster'
Steve GereckeJeremiah KingALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Matthew Baldonado had a rough childhood. So did many of the six teens who are accused of killing 60-year-old Steven Gerecke. He has also had other contacts with the police as a youth, according to the reports, dating back to 2012. Baldonado, 14, is one of the six teenagers charged with killing Gerecke on June 26 while the group was allegedly out in the Northeast Heights “mobbing” – breaking into cars and houses as a group. Enrique Palomino, 14, Andrew Hubler, 15, Jeremiah King, 16, Christopher Rodriguez, 16, and Ryan Archibeque, 17, are all also facing murder and other charges. (black boy) Jeremiah King is alleged to be the shooter. - (Black-on-white)

    (Pack of savage black female) Attackers pull (White female) Wendy’s worker from drive-thru window, pummel pregnant woman
Victoria RepinesuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectINDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- A mother is furious after someone attacked her pregnant daughter while she was working at the drive-thru of a metro fast food restaurant. The assault happened at a Wendy's on 40 Highway near Blue Ridge Cutoff at about 3 p.m. on Sunday. Victoria Repine, 19, was working when her mom says three people dragged her daughter through the drive-thru window and beat her up at about 3 p.m. Victoria's mom said the attack started over a couple of straws. Heather Salcedo said two women and a man attacked her daughter in broad daylight. “One of the girls had gotten out of the vehicle and was standing at the window with her arms crossed, and she said, ‘you forgot to give us our straws,’ and she said, ‘ma`am they`re in your sack,’” Salcedo said. “Before she could get those words completely out, the girl was pulling her out of the window, and another girl was beating her up.” Victoria has severe head trauma, cuts and scrapes on her scalp, lots of bleeding, a gash on her face, and black eyes. - (Black-on-white)
  • Wendy's worker assaulted at drive-thru
    Independence Police are investigating an assault Sunday afternoon in which angry customers allegedly pulled a pregnant Wendy's worker through the drive-thru window and kicked and punched her. According to a police report, Tori Repine, 19, was working at Wendy's at 9022 E. U.S. 40 (just west of Blue Ridge Cut-off) shortly before 3 p.m. when the black female driver of a vehicle at the drive-thru window became angry, left her seat started to pull Repine through the window. A second black female then exited the passenger door and, with the driver, pulled Repine through the window, letting her fall straight on her front side. Repine, who is four months pregnant, said she was punched and kicked an unknown number of times in her face and stomach and could only try to protect her head and stomach. A witness said she tried to pull Repine back inside but was unable to do so. She also saw a third black female exit the vehicle and join in the assault. A fourth suspect, unknown if a male or female, also exited and assaulted Repine. The suspects ignored pleas that Repine was pregnant. The suspects reportedly had been upset they didn't receive enough straws and sauces with their order.

    Missing (white) Red Lion woman found dead in Maryland; Police charge (black) boyfriend with first-degree murder
Michael Morant Rebekah StrausbaughBALTIMORE, Md. —A Red Lion, Pennsylvania woman who was recently reported missing has been found dead in Maryland. Police say Rebekah Strausbaugh, 30, traveled to Baltimore over the weekend. At some point, her boyfriend, 48-year-old Michael Morant went there to look for her. After he found her, an argument ensued that lead to her death, according to police. Strausbaugh was the mother of two young boys. Police report: "He [Morant] located her at the Shake Shack on Pratt Street and they both got into his car and drove north-bound on I-83. While they were in the car, they began to argue. He pulled off of I-83 to the area around Ensor Mill Road and Belfast Road in Sparks, MD. They got out of the car and continued to argue. The argument turned physical resulting in injuries to Strausbaugh that left her unresponsive. When Strausbaugh did not respond to Morant, he drug her body into the woods and covered her with a blanket." - (Black-on-white)

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    Coroner: (White) Pelzer man killed (by black) in shooting after crash, argument
Dmarrion GilmoreTerry Lee LollisPELZER, SC - One man was taken into custody late Saturday night after crashing a car on Highway 418 and then shooting a man on an all-terrain vehicle that came to investigate the commotion, according to Greenville County deputies. Deputies said they were called to the 1700 block of Highway 418 just before 11 p.m. after a vehicle crash was reported. “Witnesses reported that the car struck a telephone pole and caught fire,” according to Sgt. Jennings Autrey. “When deputies arrived, witnesses told them that the driver of the car was able to exit safely and he approached them asking them not to contact the police. The driver was told that the police were already on the way and a verbal altercation ensued.” During the argument between the driver and the witnesses, Autrey said one of the witnesses pulled out a baseball bat and the driver of the vehicle pulled out a gun. “A third party to this incident heard the commotion and rode his ATV to the incident location to see what was going on” Autrey said. “As (the ATV rider) approached the driver of the car, he observed the firearm and started to turn away and go the opposite direction. At that point, the driver of the vehicle shot the operator of the ATV at least one time and then fled into the woods.” Autrey said several deputies and K-9 units were called to the scene and the K-9s tracked down the suspect to a nearby field. The suspect was taken into custody.Lt. Chris. Taylor said the suspect will face attempted murder and additional charges. The suspect was later identified as Dmarrion Gilmore, 19. Gilmore has been charged with attempted murder and fugitive from justice. He was denied bond. Police said he is wanted in different states on various charges and the attempted murder charge is expected to be upgraded on Monday. The gunshot victim was transported to Greenville Health System by EMS. The coroner later confirmed that the victim died while in surgery. The coroner identified the victim as Terry Lee Lollis, 62, of Pelzer. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Husband charged with murder in (white) wife's death
Herman Jared PrestonAmanda PrestonMANSFIELD - Herman Jared Preston, 39, has been charged with murder in the Sunday death of his wife. According to the Richland County Sheriff’s Major Crimes Unit press release, the charge stems from an alleged altercation between Preston and his wife, Amanda Preston, 36, at their residence at 383 Apple Lane in Madison Township Sunday morning. He was arraigned today at 10:30 a.m. in Mansfield Municipal Court, with a $500,000 cash bond set. Preston is currently incarcerated at the Richland County Sheriff’s Jail. Amanda Preston, 36, was found unresponsive in her garage after her husband called for a rescue squad at 9:35 a.m. Sunday. The county coroner pronounced her dead at 10:16 a.m. Her husband told a 911 dispatcher she had been drinking the previous night, became angry with him and cut him on the arm with a knife. He said he locked her in the garage. During the two-minute 911 call, Jared Preston asks for the dispatcher to "please hurry" sending help to the home but never specifies why help was needed. - (Black-on-white)

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    Suspected (black soulless monkey) killer of (White) man walking home from wedding bragged about robbery on Facebook
Steve EsworthySteven EsworthyShamir HunterShamir HunterHarrisburg police have charged 19-year-old Shamir Hunter with robbery and homicide in the death of Steve Esworthy last weekend. Police identified Hunter after reviewing video surveillance cameras from midtown neighborhoods near the site of the killing in the 1200 block of Green Street. Esworthy was clubbed in the back of the head with a piece of wood about 1:30 a.m. Sunday as he walked home from his brother's wedding, where he had served as Best Man. A witness spotted a man rifling through Esworthy's pockets as he lay dying on the ground. Police think the robber zeroed in on Esworthy because Esworthy appeared intoxicated and an easier target. It appeared to be a crime of opportunity, said police Capt. Gabriel Olivera, so detectives searched for other crimes of opportunities in the area that night. Detectives found video images of a man matching the killer's denoscription casing vehicles and stealing from a vehicle, Olivera said. Through tips and other evidence they eventually identified the car prowler as Hunter, who lived in uptown Harrisburg. Police charged Hunter with theft from an automobile Friday night, Olivera said, and began searching for him. They could not find him. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Mayor of town where (black thug) Trayvon Martin died carjacked outside home (by black thugs)
Demarcus Paige and Jermine HorneJeff TriplettSANFORD, Fla. - The mayor of the town that gained international notoriety by the killing of Trayvon Martin was carjacked outside his house early Saturday morning after having a gun shoved in his mouth, according to officials. Two suspects have been arrested, and a third remains at large. Jeff Triplett told CBS affiliate WKMG in Orlando he had just returned from visiting a friend when he was approached by the three men around 2:14 a.m. on Saturday. Triplett said they shoved the gun in his mouth and his ear at one point during the robbery. "This is a very scary situation. I'm the father of two and I've been married for 20 years this year," Triplett told WKMG. "I'm lucky to be standing here having this conversation." Police say the thieves made off with Triplett's wallet and Mercedes Benz. Triplett was able to give enough information on his attackers for police to quickly locate and arrest suspects Jermine Jacques Horne, 18, and 17-year-old Demarcus Paige. A third suspect remains at large. - (Black-on-white)

    One (black) brother acquitted, other gets life in auction house slaying (of White woman)
Raan Henderson Romon HendersonSheila JohnsonFORT WORTH -- Months after his younger brother was found not guilty in a 2014 deadly shootout at a Fort Worth auction house, Romon Henderson has received a far different fate. On Thursday, a jury convicted Henderson, 30, of capital murder in the same case. Because prosecutors had not sought the death penalty, he was automatically sentenced to life in prison without the chance of parole. Romon and Ra’an Henderson had both been accused in the robbery and fatal shooting of Sheila Johnson, a 54-year-old Air Force veteran who worked at the 4A Good Auction House, 3921 Mansfield Highway. Johnson, who sometimes slept at the business because of a string of break-ins, was found dead of multiple gunshot wounds inside the auction house on April 13, 2014. The crime scene indicated she had put up a fight before her death, emptying the magazine of a .22-caliber rifle in a shootout with her killers. - (Black-on-white)

    2 (black) capital murder suspects returned to Montgomery after arrests in NY - suspects in murder of White man
Jordan WilsonKierro Nelson and Cymone ThompsonMONTGOMERY, AL - Two suspects in the shooting death of 24-year-old Jordan Wilson in Montgomery in April are now in Montgomery police custody. Kierro Nelson, 25, and Cymone Thompson, 19, both of Montgomery, have been charged with one count of capital murder each. The U.S. Marshals Service took Nelson and Thompson into custody in Hempstead, NY on May 28. They were returned to Montgomery over the weekend and are being held in the Montgomery County Detention Facility without bond. Wilson was shot in the 3200 block of Virginia Pines Lane on the night of April 27 and died the next day at a Montgomery hospital. - (Black-on-white)

    Two Teens Arrested For Murder In Tulsa, BA Carjacking Spree
Emmitt Sam (and/or) Nathan SimmonsJohnathan StephensTULSA, Oklahoma - Homicide detectives have released the identity of two people arrested for killing a man during a string of carjackings, a news release says. Emmitt Sam, 17, and Nathan Simmons, 16, are in the Tulsa County jail on first-degree murder complaints. Police say the carjackings started in Broken Arrow late Friday and ended in Tulsa early Saturday. Johnathan Stephens, 27, was killed during that series of carjackings. Tulsa Police Sgt. Dave Walker say it all began in Broken Arrow when the two stole a Lexus SUV at gunpoint near 64th and Garnett. From there, the pair drove to the 2700 block of South 90th East Avenue and stole a Ford Focus at gunpoint. At some point after that, Stephens was killed. - (Black-on-white)

    ‘I have been living in fear a lot’; Topeka woman wants justice after Dornwood Park attack (by pack of racist blacks)
Lindsay GannLindsay GannsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectTOPEKA — The Shawnee County Districts Attorney’s Office will decide if criminal charges will be filed in a Dornwood Park softball assault. KSNT News spoke with Lindsay Gann to find out what life has been like for her since the attack. “Emotionally this has really taken a toll on me,” said Gann. “I have been living in fear a lot just because I don’t know some of the other suspects’ names.” It’s been nearly two weeks since Lindsay Gann was attacked at Dornwood Park on the city’s eastside. It started after Gann’s broke up a fight after she saw a group of children bullying another group of younger children. One of the parents then confronted Gann’s. Before the confrontation got any further a TBSA league official told the parent to stop. 24-hours later, a second fight broke out between Gann’s and the same group from the night before. “The minor just all of a sudden just hit me in my face. Honestly there was so many people on me, and they had my hair, slamming me into my truck and my head into my truck. Fists were flying everywhere,” Gann said. - (Black-on-white)
  • 'They had a plan of attack:' Coach details alleged assault after youth softball game - Jun 13, 2016
  • Lindsey's Life Matters! - (gofundme)
    We thank you for your continued prayers for my daughter Lindsey Gann! She coaches a girls 14 and under, softball team that my granddaughter Hailey, 13, plays on in Topeka Kansas. Her husband Jeremy also coaches their sons team. On Thursday 6-09-16, several African American parents made racial comments and threatened to attack Lindsey, after she had confronted several children for hitting and bullying other younger kids, including hitting my granddaughter in the chest! A League official present, commended Lindsey for how well she handled the incident. All appeared resolved! Friday night, at least 1 adult female and three juveniles, viciously stalked, ambushed, and attacked her in the parking lot of the Hudson School, at Dornwood Park, as approximately 25 others cheered them on and yelled racial slurs! After the adult slammed her in her truck door, the others drug her around by the hair, and bashed her head on the truck repeatedly! Police arrived and detained several individuals. Unknown at this time if any arrests were made.

    (White) Folcroft police officer survives being shot 7 times; (black) suspect identified
Donte Brooks IslandOfficer Christopher DormanFOLCROFT, Pa. -- The man who allegedly shot a Folcroft police officer seven times on Friday morning, and opened fire on a second officer, is under arrest. The officer who was shot is identified as 25-year-old Officer Christopher Dorman. He is hospitalized in critical but stable condition. The suspect is identified as Donte Brooks Island, aka Abdul Wahi. He is charged with two counts of attempted murder, two counts of aggravated assault and related offenses. Island was escorted to a patrol car to be taken to his arraignment. He is being held on $1 million bail. Island had been recently released from prison after serving time for drug and firearms violations, District Attorney Jack Whelan said. Clergy, citizens and police held hands in prayer Friday night outside the Collingdale Police Department. Dorman was hit once in the face, four times in the chest, once in the groin and once in the leg. He was flown by helicopter to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in West Philadelphia. - (Black-on-white)

    Police identify suspects in 'Good Samaritan' shooting
Thomas RushworthRoland Hines, Deshawn Poole and Germikia WilliamsGWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Gwinnett County Police have identified suspects, they believe were involved in the shooting of a man outside a restaurant. Detectives said Deshawn Poole, 24, shot Thomas Rushworth in the head outside the Tavern at Medlock last weekend. Witnesses said two couples were arguing outside the restaurant and Rushworth intervened. Officers believe Poole shot him during the incident. They are also looking for three people believed to have accompanied Poole at the time: Germikia Williams, 22, Destiny Lopez, 21, and Roland Hines, 23. Warrants have been obtained against Poole for aggravated assault and weapons charges. The others are wanted on other violations. As of Friday, Rushworth remained at Gwinnett Medical Center in critical condition. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police: Man shot while breaking up argument
    PEAC(H)TREE CORNERS, Ga. - Police and eyewitnesses said he was shot for trying to do the right thing. It happened Saturday morning around one in the parking lot of Tavern at Medlock in Peachtree Corners. Police said Thomas Rushworth was shot once in the head while trying to intervene in between two couples having a heated dispute in the parking lot. Investigators said the 45-year-old man stepped in after seeing one of the men allegedly assaulting the woman with him. “When he interjected himself into the dispute, one of the males involved in the fight pulled out a gun and shot him,” said Corporal Deon Washington with the Gwinnett Police Department.

    (Black) Man who shot at (White) judge sentenced to 343 years in prison
Aaron RichardsonU.S. District Judge Timothy CorriganJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A man found guilty in March of attempting to assassinate a federal judge was sentenced Friday morning to 343 years in prison. A jury found Aaron Richardson guilty of attempted murder and 23 other charges after U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan took the stand to testify about a shot fired into his home in June 2013. Prosecutors said that when Richardson fired a shot through the sliding-glass door of Corrigan's home, he was facing revocation of supervised release on a conviction for attempting to make a bomb. “The attack on Judge Corrigan was not only an attack on the man personally, it was an attack on the entire federal judicial system and the rule of law,” U.S. Attorney Lee Bentley said. "Judges should not fear that their impartial decisions will subject them to threats of reprisal or even worse physical attacks (or) attempted assassinations." “Judge Corrigan was 1.6 inches from becoming the next federal judge murdered,” Bentley said. Prosecutors said that before the assassination attempt, Richardson had forged Corrigan's name on a document ordering all state charges against Richardson be dropped. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man Charged In Wynwood Robbery (of White Swedish exchange student - shot twice) To Go Before A Judge
Frank HammarDevin LewisMIAMI – A man accused of shooting an international exchange student during a violent robbery in Wynwood is currently being held without bond. Devin Lewis, 24, is charged with attempted felony murder and armed robbery. Lewis reportedly robbed 28-year old Frank Hammar on June 7th near NW 2nd Avenue and 26th Street. Surveillance video from the area shows Hammar putting his phone on the ground and backing away from Lewis and another man, according to police. When Lewis and his accomplice reportedly told Hammar to hand over his wallet – he refused. That’s when Lewis pulled a gun, pointed at the Swedish exchange student and told him “Put everything on the floor, I’m not kidding,” according to the arrest report. Shots were fired and Hammar was hit twice. - (Black-on-white)

    Police Make Arrests In Pinecrest Burglary, Still Searching for Another Bragging Burglar on Social Media
Raderius Glenn Collins and Marcus Terrell Parkerhands of White victimTwo burglary suspects have been arrested and a third is being sought after they were seen bragging on social media about stealing and flashing money, Pinecrest Police said. Raderius Glenn Collins, 18, and Marcus Terrell Parker, 27, were arrested on multiple charges including burglary, grand theft, criminal mischief and dealing in stolen property in the crime spree that brought them more than $500,000 worth of jewelry, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman accused in (murder of 71-year-old White woman) crime spree, deadly wreck - spurts spurious excuse
Kristie Renee NesbyLuci James Yarborough TurnerCOBB COUNTY, Ga. — The 43-year-old woman accused in a deadly Cobb County crime spree told a judge Wednesday someone had spiked her drink. Kristie Nesby, 43, allegedly robbed a cleaner at gunpoint in Smyrna, then later that morning drove off Cobb Parkway and ran over 71-year-old Luci Turner, who was walking to work well off the roadway. Turner died in the incident. - (Black-on-white)
  • (Elderly White) Cobb pedestrian, 71, killed in wild metro Atlanta crime spree - May 13, 2016
    Police identified a pedestrian struck and killed during a wild crime spree that spanned two metro Atlanta counties. Luci James Yarborough Turner, 71, of Marietta, was walking on a sidewalk on Cobb Parkway just before 6:15 a.m. Wednesday when Kristie Renee Nesby “intentionally left her lane of travel” and hit Turner without stopping. Nesby, 43, of Fresno, Texas, was caught after a bizarre series of events that began early Wednesday in Smyrna and ended in front of the Majestic Diner in Atlanta. She was arrested on charges of murder, vehicular homicide, hit and run, aggravated assault, armed robbery, vehicle hijacking, reckless driving and failure to maintain lane, police said. “After striking the pedestrian, the suspect carjacked another motorist’s vehicle and fled the scene.

    (Black) Suspect Arrested In Arvada Deadly Shooting (of White male 'acquaintance')
Erik Jamal Newton Zachary GreenstreetARVADA, Colo. :30 p.m. June 17 in the 5200 block of Union Court on a report of shots fired. When they arrived they found the body of Zachary Greenstreet, 27, lying in the driveway of his home. Greenstreet had been shot and was pronounced dead. The investigation led to Erik Jamal Newton as the suspect. On Tuesday, a search warrant was served with the assistance of the Denver Police Department at Newton’s residence in the 5800 block of Ceylon Street in Denver. Evidence collected led to Newton’s arrest. Newton, 21, was an acquaintance of Greenstreet and had previously been a friend of Greenstreet’s girlfriend’s sons. Newton was booked into the Jeffco Jail on suspicion of first-degree murder and remains in custody without bail. - (Black-on-white)

    Cold-blooded murder,' sheriff says of JPSO deputy killing - black thug shot White officer in his back, twice
Jerman Neveauxdeputy David Michel JrJerman Neveaux, 19, was resisting a body search when he fatally shot Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office deputy David Michel Jr. on Wednesday afternoon (June 22) in Harvey, Sheriff Newell Normand said at a news conference later that night. Neveaux, on probation after recently pleading guilty in New Orleans to misdemeanor possession of stolen property, told authorities he didn't want to go to jail for having a gun, Normand said. "So he killed a deputy," said the sheriff. "What do you say about that?" Michel stopped Neveaux around 12:21 p.m. near Manhattan Boulevard and Ascot Road after seeing Neveaux closely following another man, who appeared to be nervous, Normand said. JPSO investigators confirmed the other man's state of mind by speaking with him as well as his girlfriend, who the man spoke to on the phone as Neveaux followed him, Normand said. Michel intervened, told the other man to leave and attempted to search Neveaux from behind against the car, Normand said. But Neveaux "immediately flipped around and went chest to chest" with Michel, reached over Michel's back and fired a shot into the clavicle area, Normand said. They both began to fall, he said, and Michel landed on his chest. "As (Michel) was going down, Neveaux was going down with the gun and fired two shots in his back," Normand said, adding that it was "a cold-blooded murder." - (Black-on-white)

    (Black squatter) charged with murdering (White) maintenance man in apartment complex shooting
Jason T. ShonteeRobert HildebrandDAYTON — An indictment on a charge of murder and other felonies has been returned by a grand jury in the shooting of a maintenance man at the Terrace View Apartments on North Smithville Road on June 14: Jason Shontee, 52, remains in Montgomery County Jail He’s accused of shooting Robert Hildebrand, 47 Hildebrand’s friends say he confronted a squatter Dayton police shot, killed a dog they said attacked a K-9

FULL UPDATED REPORT (June 21): Jason Shontee, 52, is due in a Montgomery County courtroom Thursday to answer charges accusing him of murder, felonious assault and having weapons as a felon. A Montgomery County grand jury indicted him Tuesday in the shooting death of Robert Hildebrand outside the Terrace View Apartments on North Smithville Road. Friends of Hildebrand said he was the maintenance man for the complex who had a problem with a man accused of squatting in one of the vacant units. A neighbor, Larry Boykin, said, “… it just wasn’t right and Bobby confronted [the accused squatter] about it and ever since then they’ve had a problem. He [the accused squatter] was still attempting to come back here after it was discovered by Bobby and that’s when confrontations and stuff like that started.” - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman gets 40 years in Craigslist murder (of White man)
Kayla Dixon Nathaniel VivianDanny ZeitzAn 18-year-old woman was sentenced to 40 years in prison Monday after she confessed to her role in a robbery turned murder. Kayla Dixon pleaded guilty to the 2014 shooting death of Danny Zeitz the same day her trial was set to begin, Channel 2 Action News reported. Zeitz met Dixon and her boyfriend Nathaniel Vivian outside an apartment complex after the couple responded to his PlayStation ad on Craigslist. Zeitz was a semi-professional gamer and was the subject of a documentary “Level Up” following his murder. - (Black-on-white)

    Police Search For (Feral Fatherless Black) Juveniles Accused Of Pelting (White) Homeless Man With Rocks
2 black demon monkeysHomeless White victimPHILADELPHIA — Police are looking for two juvenile suspects who they say assaulted a homeless man in the vestibule of a TD bank in South Philadelphia. On May 29 around 10 p.m. authorities say a 42-year-old homeless man was taking shelter from the rain inside of the bank on the 2600 block of South 5th Street when he was pelted with rocks by two male suspects who opened the door of the bank and then ran away. The incident, all caught on camera, then shows the suspects coming back and approaching the victim inside of the bank and throwing more rocks. They also pushed a shopping cart inside the door, forcefully pushed it into the victim and then ran away. Police say at this point the victim was curled up on the floor of the vestibule, suffering from his wounds, when the suspects came back again and started throwing rocks at him, this time at a closer range. They then fled in an unknown direction. The victim was transported to Methodist Hospital where he was treated for minor cuts to his head, as well as neck pain. He is listed in stable condition. The suspects are described as two black male juveniles wearing dark hooded sweatshirts. - (Black-on-white)

    ‘Wonder Wite Wimman’ strangled, stuffed naked into a city garbage bin, set alight by negro lover
Lance TaylorNoemi VillarrealAwesome, protective and a Wonder Woman. But above all, Noemi Villarreal, 45, was an incredible mother, her sister said Tuesday. Noemi Villarrea was killed June 8. She was strangled, stuffed naked into a city garbage bin, transported to an area near Oso Bay and lit on fire. Lance Taylor, 28, was arrested Monday on suspicion of murder after detectives obtained a warrant. Nydia Villarreal said her sister had known Taylor for several years but started dating him about three months ago. "This is a domestic violence case," Villarreal said. There was an incident between Villarreal and Taylor before her death. "I believe the incident was of a minor nature," Escalante said. "It was being assigned and being followed up on as well." About 10:51 p.m. June 8, a "human body on fire" was reported in the 1900 block of Gaslight Lane. Detectives learned Noemi Villarreal had called and texted Taylor from her cellphone earlier that day, the affidavit states. Taylor provided his cellphone to police for analysis, which revealed the number of a witness who was at the crime scene, the affidavit states. The witness, who was not identified, told detectives Taylor went to an apartment June 8 and asked for a place to dispose of the trash bin. The witness told detectives the bin was in the back of Taylor's pickup. The witness saw Taylor move the bin to where officers found it on fire, the affidavit states. Detectives and the U.S. Marshals found Taylor at an apartment near Holly and Weber roads Monday, where he was arrested. Taylor remained in Nueces County Jail on on suspicion of murder. He is not eligible for release because of a previous parole violation, jail officials said. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Suspect charged in condo fire homicide
Onyale Vantress HughesRobyn S. Furmanski A man is in custody, charged in the death of a woman found dead after a fire at her condo in Cedar Rapids. Cedar Rapids police say Onyale Vantress Hughes, 43, is charged with 1st Degree Murder. He's accused of killing Robyn Furmanski back in March. Furmanski's body was found after a fire in her condominium; police determined she was dead before the fire. Furmanski died from blunt force trauma, smoke inhalation and thermal injuries. Officers say Hughes had prenoscriptions in Furmanski's name in his possession, and DCI says her blood was on his clothing. On top of Murder charges, he's also charged with First Degree Arson and First Degree Robbery. He's currently being held at the Tama County Jail. - (Black-on-white)

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    (White) Woman vanishes after telling police her (black) boyfriend forced her into prostitution
Marvin HousleyKaitlyn Hebert MEMPHIS, TN - Memphis police are searching for a young woman who has been missing for more than 48 hours. She was reportedly last seen with someone she knows. Investigators said Kaitlyn Hebert was last seen in the area of Shelby Oaks Drive. Memphis police classified Herbert as an “endangered person.” Witnesses said Hebert was last seen two days ago around 10 p.m. before being forced into a maroon colored Ford Expedition that belonged to her boyfriend Marvin Housley. She apparently did not go willingly. The incident happened in the 5800 block of Shelby Oaks Drive over off Summer Ave and Sycamore which is not a residential area. Hebert told police she was forced to perform sexual acts at a hotel by Housley on June 16. She said this had been going on since October 2015. Hebert described Housley as her pimp/boyfriend. Hebert said Housley began beating her more often and threatening her if she did not prostitute for him. Hebert is a 22-year-old white woman described as 5'1, 200 pounds, with brown hair. Her boyfriend is black, 27 years old, 5'8", around 140 pounds. If seen you have seen Hebert, or have information on her whereabouts, call Memphis Police at 901-545-2677 or Sex Crimes at 901-636-3737. - (Black-on-white)

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    Wife Of Slain Pot Dispensary Guard Distraught And Angry, Wants Justice - White husband shot dead by two black males
killer black malekiller black maleTravis MasonAURORA, Colo. – A security guard who was gunned down Saturday night at a marijuana dispensary in Aurora was a father of three and had worked at the dispensary for just two weeks. His killers are still on the loose. Travis Mason, 24, was shot and killed and his family and Aurora police are asking for the public’s help with any information leading to the arrest of the two suspects. Mason had just finished his time serving with the U.S. Marine Corps. He moved to Colorado in February with his wife and children and took a job as a security guard. It was around 9:44 p.m. when police responded to Green Heart dispensary where Mason was working. They found him suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. His wife, Samantha Mason, said one of the last texts she got from her husband was that there was a man bothering him and that he would tell her about it when he got home. She said she had a feeling something was not right when he stopped responding to her texts. Police went to the Masons’ home around 1 a.m. to tell Samantha her husband had been killed. She says she was obviously distraught but also angry. She wants the suspects brought to justice. “Justice for him; I want these people to be found and I want them to be punished for what they did,” Samantha Mason said. “He has three kids that were waiting for daddy to come home at 10 p.m., and they stood up to say, ‘Hey mommy, is daddy coming home yet?’ All the way until 1 a.m. until they finally fell asleep. I don’t know what to tell them. They still think that daddy is at work.” The dispensary says police had been in and out all day collecting surveillance and other evidence. They aren’t releasing much information at this point in the investigation but say the suspects are two black males with guns. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (black) men charged with first degree murder in shooting death of (White) Carbondale musician Tim Beaty
John Ingram and Travis TylerTime BeatyJohn Ingram and Travis Tyler have been charged with first degree murder in the death of Tim Beaty, a Carbondale musician who was killed in a shooting on Easter Sunday in Carbondale. - (Black-on-white)
  • Friends remember Tim Beaty
    A house party on the 400 block of West Walnut Street ended in gunfire about 2 a.m. Sunday following an altercation, according to Carbondale police. Beaty, 41, was an uninvolved bystander struck and killed by a stray bullet while in his bed at home.

    Knock-Out Game - (White man) walking down street attacked from behind by four feral fatherless black thug punks
Albany, NY - On Tuesday, June 14th a man wearing a brown tee-shirt, with a red shopping bad slung over his shoulder, while walking southbound on Quail Street toward Central Avenue in Albany, was attacked from behind by four coward punks. The victim was treated for minor injuries at Albany Medical Center. If you recognize any of cowards, contact Albany Police. - (Black-on-white)

    Court upholds murder conviction, throws out death penalty - for black man that shot White police officer
Richard ReynoldsWalter T. Williams, IIIHARTFORD, CT - The Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld the murder convictions of a man who killed a Waterbury police officer in 1992, but has overturned his death sentence because of the court's earlier abolishment of capital punishment. Justices ruled Friday on the appeal of Richard Reynolds and ordered a lower court to re-sentence Reynolds to life in prison without the possibility of release. Reynolds fatally shot Waterbury Officer Walter Williams. Reynolds' appeal said his public defenders failed to question jurors about racial biases and failed to introduce evidence that Reynolds suffers from an anti-social personality disorder. The Supreme Court abolished the death penalty last year. One death row inmate, has already been re-sentenced to life in prison. The 10 men remaining on death row also will be re-sentenced to life. - (Black-on-white)

    “I saw the blood all over my chest,” (White female) Victim robbed, pistol whipped by (cowardly black thug) - another WF robbed
black thugblack thug pistol whips White womanblack thug robs White womanblack victim of black thugOKLAHOMA CITY - It started as a normal day for Alexis but quickly took a dangerous turn. Alexis, a store clerk at Dollar General, was getting cigars for a customer behind the register on Tuesday afternoon. "When I asked him for his ID, that's when he pulled his gun out,” she said. Alexis began to panic when she tried to open the register but was missing the key. "He came close to me, and he asked "Where's your purse, and do you have anything in your pockets?' He put his hand into my apron and took a box cutter out and my cell phone," she said. When the alleged suspect couldn't open the register, he became violent. Police said the suspect then pistol whipped Alexis. "Obviously, very violent in nature, as he hit the woman in a completely unprovoked-type situation," said MSgt. Gary Knight with the Oklahoma City Police Department. At that point, the suspect tried to force Alexis to find her manager. However, the store's alarm system began to sound, scaring the suspect. Alexis was able to run out of the back door to a nearby Whataburger for help. "After I was running to Whataburger, that's when I saw the blood all over my chest, and I didn't know it was that bad," Alexis said. Meanwhile, the thief robbed another woman at the front of the store, stealing her wallet from her purse. Before he was able to make his getaway, he robbed one more innocent bystander. "A citizen in the parking lot saw and began to follow him. This went into Warr Acres. When the suspect turned, he pointed the gun at him and robbed him of some jewelry he had on," Knight said. Police said the suspect fired his gun as he was hopping a nearby fence. The suspect is described as an 18- to 22-year-old black man. He was wearing a black hoodie and black sweat pants. He was also wearing black and red sneakers. "I just hope he gets caught for doing what he did," Alexis said. Alexis needed four staples, but it's not the physical wound that she is worrying about most. "Yesterday, I was in shock, and I was crying. I mean, I'm okay, kind of," she said. - (Black-on-white)

    Brutal black hulk arrested for 'sucker' punching much smaller White man outside Philly club
Darryl Minter punchPolice say they arrested a man who was caught on camera punching and knocking another man unconscious outside of a Center City nightclub last month. Darryl Minter, 30, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person, according to police. Investigators say he punched a man outside Coda nightclub on May 13. In the video the victim approaches a larger man, who police identified as Minter, and asks him a question though it's unclear what exactly he says. He then asks, "Now if you hit me and you swing and you miss can I still go inside?" The larger man then shakes his head. As the victim continues talking the larger man suddenly swings and punches him in the face. The victim falls down on the sidewalk and lies unconscious. - (Black-on-white)

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    Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
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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)


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There are 20,000 black-on-white rapes every year in the US, but fewer than 100 white-on-black rapes.
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