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ARCHIVE for 3 December 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

Joshua ScottEmmanual Lockhart Sherrell McNeill Ibn HunterTravis LaneJames HeywardChristian LoganJeremy CarmichaelGeorge Williams Jr.

    (Black) Suspect in Bear cold case homicide (of White man) arrested, charged
Kevin "Chevy" MillerJeremiah MacDonald, known as “Farmer,”Four years after a man was shot to death in the first block of Heron Court in Bear, New Castle County Police have charged a man with his death. Kevin "Chevy" Miller, who was incarcerated at Vaughn Correctional Center on unrelated charges, will be charged with first-degree murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a person prohibited due to a previous felony conviction, according to Officer First Class JP Piser, a New Castle County Police spokesman. On July 17, 2012, Jeremiah MacDonald, known as “Farmer,” was found by county police suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, Piser said. MacDonald was pronounced dead at the scene. Major Crimes Squad Detectives conducted the investigation until it was eventually turned over to the Cold Case Homicide Squad. Cold Case Homicide Squad Detectives continued the investigation by re-examining evidence and re-interviewing witnesses, Piser said. Through their investigation, Cold Case Homicide Squad Detectives identified Miller as a suspect. On Nov. 21, an indictment was obtained for Miller with the assistance and support of the Delaware Department of Justice and the Cold Case Homicide Squad Detectives by presenting their case to a grand jury. Miller was then arrested on Dec. 2 and charged with the killing of MacDonald. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspects arraigned in 'brutal' Bay City Thanksgiving homicide (of White man that was an 'acquaintance')
Steven A. BouzaDeMarckeon M. "Marcus" Jackson BAY CITY, MI -- On Halloween, a 20-year-old Bay City man was given a year of probation and a chance to avoid having a felony on his record. Less than a month later, police allege he and a teen stabbed a man to death and set his home on fire. Bay County District Judge Timothy J. Kelly on Friday, Dec. 2, arraigned DeMarckeon M. "Marcus" Jackson on single counts of open murder, felony murder, and larceny in a building. The first two charges carry maximum punishments of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. The larceny count is a four-year felony. The day of the arraignment would have been the 60th birthday of Steven A. Bouza, the man police say Jackson and 16-year-old Rodrick Williams killed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 24 or the night before. The larceny count Jackson faces stems from him allegedly stealing a video gaming console, cash, and motor vehicles from Bouza's residence, court records show. Magistrate Doner described the alleged crime to be "a heinous, brutal, and senseless act." An autopsy performed Saturday indicated Bouza had been stabbed multiple times. The fire was then set to cover up the slaying. The crime was not random, the suspects having been acquaintances of Bouza. Bouza's kindness toward kids was well-known. He would have cookouts and play games with neighborhood children. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) ex-con charged with murder of the white woman he was living with - he was convicted in 1996 cell phone murder case
Corey JohnsonCandice WilsonHUNTSVILLE, AL - A man was charged with murder for the stabbing death of a woman in northwest Huntsville Wednesday night. Police responded to assist HEMSI with a cutting victim at about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 2600 block of Del Norte Lane. When they arrived, they found Candice Wilson, 42, in a bedroom with multiple stab wounds. She was transported to Huntsville Hospital where she was pronounced dead. Police took Corey Johnson, 43, into custody at the scene. He was later charged with murder. Police said Johnson was treated for self-inflicted wounds. He currently has no bond and remains in jail. Investigators confirm Johnson and Wilson lived together. Johnson previously finished serving a 15-year sentence for his connection to a 1996 murder where four people were shot and killed over a stolen cell phone. Wilson’s family arrived at the house shortly after she was murdered. When her father, Robert Wilson, walked towards the door, he said he saw Johnson covered in blood, and asked him, "What happened to my daughter?" and all Johnson said was, "I'm sorry." Robert Wilson said he then walked into the house and found his daughter face down on her bed, covered in blood and not breathing. Her father said the two were dating and lived at the home on Del Norte Lane. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Man accused of triple shooting surrenders to Metro police; 2nd (black) suspect sought
Michael Woods and Steven RobinsonChad Steven MillerCharity AdamsKenneth PullensNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Arrest warrants have been filed against two men accused of a triple shooting in North Nashville that let two people dead. Metro police say the shooting on Saint Louis Street last Sunday was targeted. Michael L. Woods, Jr., 24, also known as “Fox,” and Steven L. Robinson, 24, also known as “Cat Daddy,” are each charged with two counts each of murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of unlawful gun possession. Steven Robinson was taken into custody on Friday, according to Metro police. Authorities are still seeking Woods at this time. Both men are accused of fatally wounding Charity Adams, 41, and Chad Steven Miller, 33, outside Miller’s Saint Louis Street home just before 3 p.m. Adams died at the scene and Miller died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center Monday afternoon. Adams’ boyfriend, Kenneth Pullens, 26, suffered a gunshot wound to the back and remains hospitalized. Woods and Robinson also remain under investigation in regard to an October 24 fatal shooting outside the same Saint Louis Street home that resulted in the death of Chad Miller’s co-worker, Robert Richardson, 24. Woods is also wanted on warrants issued November 16 charging him with three counts of felony aggravated assault in regard to a shooting case from August 29 in the 1900 block of 14th Avenue North. Woods has prior convictions for felony cocaine possession and unlawful gun possession. - (Black-on-white)

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    Suspect charged with murder in Autumn Burkhart's death
Elijah RobertsAutumn Rebbeca BurkhartJoshua BumphusHENDERSON, KY - One of the suspects arrested in the shooting death of Autumn Burkhart has been charged with murder. Elijah Roberts was extradited back to Henderson on Thursday for a preliminary hearing, where he was formally charged with murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was involved in a shootout with Joshua Bumphus on November 17 that led to the death of Autumn Burkhart. Roberts was shot multiple times and was treated at St. Mary's before he was taken to the Vanderburgh County Jail. He was booked into the Henderson County Detention Center following the hearing. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Worthless black) Milwaukee man sentenced to 65 years in prison for shooting death (of White 5-year-old girl) Laylah Petersen
Carl Barrett, Arlis Gordon, Paul FarrLaylah PetersenOne of three men responsible for the shooting death of Laylah Petersen has been sentenced to 65 years in prison. The sentence also carries 35 years of extended supervision. A jury in September found Carl Barrett, 21, guilty of first degree reckless homicide and three counts of recklessly endangering safety. Prosecutors said he fired shots at a home near 58th and Fairmount, where Petersen was inside with her grandfather, on November 6, 2014. Petersen was hit and killed by the gunfire. Her family members and friends are still mourning her loss. "I have nightmares after that," said Marquis Bevineau, a family friend. "I spend time just sitting at home, not sleeping for two or three days. My health has deteriorated so much i can't work right now," Bevineau added. Following the arrests of Barrett and two other men, Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said the shooters likely targeted the wrong house. "Both defendants shot at this house from the front, at a time of day when any reasonable person would realize individuals were likely to be inside," the prosecutor said. "Even though the 'wrong house' was shot up, the intent was to shoot at a probably occupied residence." 25-year old Paul Farr, who police said drove Barrett and a second shooter, Arlis Gordon, to the home was previously sentenced to five months in prison after pleading guilty to one count of aiding a felon. - (Black-on-white)

    (Worthless evil black) Arrested in Connection to Suspected Murder of 95-Year-Old (White) Anoka Man
Al LoehleinIsaiah Montrell ThomasAn arrest has been made in connection to the death of a 95-year-old Anoka man. Police say 27-year-old Isaiah Montrell Thomas of Anoka has been arrested but has not been formally charged. The case has been sent to the Anoka County Attorney’s Office for potential burglary and murder charges. Anoka police were called to a home on the 1200 block of Fifth Avenue South at 10:46 a.m. Monday, Nov. 28, after a relative dropping off groceries found the man, who was identified as Al Loehlein. Police say Loehlein was pronounced dead at the scene. Loehlein was last seen alive by his family on Thanksgiving evening when they dropped him off at his home, police say. Police say the home appeared to have been gone through, and someone reported seeing a man in the victim’s driveway on Saturday morning. - (Black-on-white)
  • 95-year-old man found murdered in Anoka home
    Police say the home was ransacked, and Loehlein was the victim of “homicidal violence.” Cmdr. Paul Sommer of the Anoka County Sheriff’s office said based on early evidence, it appears whomever entered the home was looking for an easy target. “He lives alone and someone took advantage of that fact and this gentleman paid the price with his life,” said Cmdr. Sommer.

    Colorado Springs police arrest two (worthless evil BLACK) men in connection with July shooting death (of WHITE mother)
Trevelle Keshawn Johnson, 20 and Corey Malik Bernard, 20Sheree Sophia BarkerColorado Springs have arrested two men four months after the shooting of 24-year-old Sheree Sophia Barker. Trevelle Keshawn Johnson, 20 and Corey Malik Bernard, 20, were arrested Nov. 22 on suspicion of first-degree murder, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department. Police announced the arrest Thursday. Both men are in the El Paso County jail without bond. The two reportedly encountered Barker just before midnight on July 28 in the 900 block of Chapman Drive, west of South Murray Boulevard in southeast Colorado Springs. Barker was shot and later died from the injury; she was the city's 15th homicide. Details about the shooting were not released. According to Barker's obituary, she was a lifelong Fountain resident, mother of a son, and hairstylist. - (Black-on-white)

    3rd (worthless evil black) Suspect Arrested In 2014 Papa Johns Shooting
Majestick Gillespie Kavoyeh PyeDarious FitzpatrickGordon SchafferNASHVILLE, Tenn. - A third suspect has been arrested in a 2014 shooting of a Papa John's employee. According to District Attorney Brent Cooper, Majestick Gillespie was incicted by a grand jury on Nov. 28. The shooting happened in October of 2014 A third suspect has been arrested in the October 2014 shooting death of a Papa John’s employee. He’s along with two others, Kavoyeh Pye and Darious Fitzpatrick, were suspected in the murder of Gordon Shaffer - (Black-on-white)

    Charges preferred against 2 (BLACK) Fort Campbell soldiers (one was her ex-husband) in death (of white female 'soldier') Shadow McClaine
Jamal McCray WilliamsShadow McClaineCharles RobinsonspacerFORT CAMPBELL, Ky – Charges were preferred against two Fort Campbell soldier’s accused in the disappearance and death of a fellow soldier. The soldiers have been identified as Sgt. Jamal Williams-McCray (her ex-husband) and Spc. Charles Robinson, both assigned to the 101st Airborne Division. Army officials said the charges under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) are conspiracy, premeditated murder, and kidnapping. Both men are accused in the disappearance of Pfc. Shadow McClaine, who vanished on Sept 2. While her car was discovered two days later in Nashville, her body has not been found. McCray is McClaine’s ex-husband. She disappeared three weeks before she was set to go to trial for stalking him. McCray was subpoenaed to be in court for that trial. Both McCray and Robinson are in pre-trial confinement, pending a preliminary hearing. Officials say the charges preferred against them will move through the legal process in accordance with the UCMJ. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Man faces murder charge in connection to Abbeville County shooting (of 'livel-in' white female sex partner)
Charles TillmanChristie Lynn StutlerCharles Tillman, 47, of 1083 Bell Road, Iva was arrested today and charged with murder and the possession of a weapon during a violent crime in connection to the shooting death of Christie Lynn Stutler. Stutler, 31, was found dead with a single gunshot wound to the head Nov. 8, according to a release from the Abbeville County Coroner's Office. The arrest was made after a three-week investigation that included the assistance of the State Law Enforcement Division, according to Abbeville County Sheriff Ray Watson. Tillman and Stutler were in a relationship and lived together at 1083 Bell Road, where the shooting happened, Watson said. Tillman was charged today and is currently in the Abbeville County Detention Center, according to a release from the sheriff's office. Tillman has convictions on two counts of assault and battery, one in 1994 and one in 2000, as well as a 1999 criminal domestic violence charge, according to the Abbeville County public index. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Wise County police continue search for (black) ex-husband in (white) woman's slaying
Eric Monroe JonesWeeping AngelAuthorities in Wise County, Virginia, continued to search Tuesday for the ex-husband of an Appalachia town employee who was found shot to death early Monday. Eric Monroe Jones, 46, has been named a person of interest in the death of his former wife, 38-year-old Janina Gina Lorraine Jefferson, according to Wise County Sheriff’s Office Maj. Grant Kilgore. He is wanted for questioning but has not been charged, he said. A police officer found Jefferson early Monday at the town water plant after receiving a request for a welfare check from a family member. Kilgore said Jefferson, the water plant operator, was shot at least once. Jones has a long criminal history. Most recently, he was charged Sept. 8 with assault and battery of a family member, Jefferson, strangulation and trespassing, and the charges are pending in Wise County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. A protective order has been in place against Jones and Wise County Commonwealth’s Attorney Chuck Slemp is asking the court to revoke the man’s unsupervised probation. The probation is in relation to multiple cases, according to a motion filed Monday. Wise County Circuit Court issued a final decree of divorce Sept. 8, the same day the domestic violence charges were filed. They were married in August 2013 and lived in Big Stone Gap, the document states. The couple, who had no children together, separated in 2015. - (Black-on-white)

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    UPDATE: (black home invader) shot & killed attempting to break into home ID'd
Aaron McDuffieBruce Haddix - White son of White female victimLOUISVILLE, KY – A woman shot and killed a man who was attempting to break into her home, according to her son. Louisville Metro police officers were called to the 3800 block of Northumberland Drive in the Worthington Hills neighborhood on a report of a shooting around 3:20 p.m. Friday. The homeowner’s son, Bruce Haddix, said he was at the gym when he got a call from his mom saying people were trying to break into their house. He said he raced home, but by that time he said his mom shot one of the men trying to break in. Haddix said his mother bought a gun last year for protection, and he's glad she did. "They was shaking the doors (for) 30 minutes. They were posted up outside the house, waiting 30 minutes on top of that. So they were here for over an hour probably," Haddix said. "Then they finally broke the window out of the back door (and) tried to come in. My mom stepped out of the hallway with her gun, got one shot off, and she got somebody." Louisville Metro Police Department spokeswoman Alicia Smiley confirmed the men made it inside the home when the shot was fired. Smiley said the Commonwealth Attorney determined no charges will be filed against the homeowner. The surviving suspect, Aaron McDuffie, 23, was charged with murder and burglary. The man killed was 23-year-old Eric Gathwright. He died of a gun-shot wound, according to Jefferson County Deputy Coroner Bob Jones. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman stabbed to death outside Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital (by black ex-boyfriend)
Winston BurtonShelli CrockettNASSAWADOX, Va. – Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital was placed on lockdown Monday morning after a woman was stabbed to death outside in the hospital parking lot. Northampton County Sheriff David Doughty Jr. confirmed the victim is 42-year-old Shelli Crockett. 58-year-old Winston Burton is charged with first degree murder. The victim’s sister said Shelli worked at the hospital and was on her way to work when she was killed. She said the suspect was her sister’s ex-boyfriend. Mindi Crockett said, “I guess he thought that if he can’t have her, no one can.” “She was stabbed multiple times and (the cuts were) so deep,” Mindi Crockett said. “They were trying to keep her living, but they couldn’t.” Sheriff Doughty said Crockett was standing outside of her car when an altercation occurred that resulted in her death. The sheriff’s office says they received a 911 call for a stabbing victim at 7:32 a.m. Deputies got on scene at 7:40 a.m. and found Crockett was being treated by hospital staff. She had been stabbed multiple times. A short time later, authorities learned Crockett had died from her injuries. According to hospital spokesman Peter Glagola, the lockdown went into effect at 8:30 a.m. People could only enter the hospital at two locations: the main lobby entrance and the outpatient entrance. He said there will be security at those locations. The hospital confirmed the lockdown was due to a domestic incident on the property. The lockdown was lifted around 1 p.m. The hospital is located in Nassawadox, in Northampton County. Burton is being held at Eastern Shore Regional Jail. His bond was denied. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating - (With friends like these...)

    Five Suspects Charged In Connection With Death Of (White) Zanesfield Man
Jeffrey BrentlingerMarquevous WatkinsFive (subhuman suspects) have been arrested in connection with the death of a Zanesfield man. 21-year-old (cold-blooded nword) Marquevous Watkins, along with two other adults and two juveniles are charged in the shooting death of Jeffrey Brentlinger during a home invasion early Thanksgiving morning. Authorities say Watkins pulled the trigger. The other suspects are identified as 22-year-old Zachariah Huddleston, 19-year-old Alexus Walton, and 17-year-olds Jasmine Lewis and Tatianna Freeman. - (Black-on-white)
  • Authorities arrest 5 from Lima in Brentlinger murder
    Zachariah A. HuddlestonTwo — Zachariah A. Huddleston, 22, (tattooed, white wigger doper freak) and Jasmine D. Lewis, 17, both of Lima — were arrested Sunday by police in Gary, Ind., on warrants for complicity to commit murder and complicity to commit robbery. Both remain in their custody and await extridition to Ohio.

  • Shooting of Logan County man found dead on Thanksgiving not ‘random’
    Alexus WaltonFive people have been arrested in connection with Brentlinger’s death. Bond was set at $500,000 on Tuesday morning for two of the suspects — Marquevous Watkins, 21, and Alexus Walton, 19, both of Lima. Both were assigned attorneys by Bellefontaine Municipal Court Judge Ann Beck. Their cases were continued until Wednesday morning and neither entered a plea. Watkins has been charged with aggravated robbery and murder. Walton has been charged with complicity to commit robbery and complicity to commit murder. Zachariah Huddleston, 22, and another 17-year-old girl, both also of Lima, have also been arrested in connection with the shooting death. The Gary, Ind., Police Department arrested them on Sunday on warrants for complicity to commit murder and complicity to commit robbery, according to Smith. Both were awaiting extradition to Logan County as of Tuesday evening.
  • Judge orders Lima teen Tatiana Freeman detained in Logan County murder case
  • (White) Zanesfield Man Found Dead In His Home
    Logan County Sheriff's deputies have identified the man found dead in his home on Thanksgiving. 45-year-old Jeffrey Brentlinger's adult daughter called 911 on Thursday to say she had returned home to find her father dead in the Zanesfield house he shared with the woman and her daughter. Brentlinger's daughter told them she left the house Wednesday and found her father upon returning Thursday morning. She said the front door was open and there was mud on the floor. Authorities say there were no signs of forced entry. Investigators say they believe the shooting occurred sometime between Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning. The coroner preliminarily ruled the death a homicide.
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    Deputy US marshal, fugitive killed in Georgia shootout
Dontrell Montese CarterPatrick Thomas Carothers LUDOWICI, Ga. – The hunt for a fugitive accused of shooting at police in South Carolina turned deadly when law officers tracked the suspect to southeast Georgia, where an attempt to arrest him erupted in gunfire. The brief shootout at a mobile home in rural Long County killed a deputy U.S. marshal as well as the man his team was trying to apprehend. The U.S. Marshals Service said Patrick Carothers, deputy commander of the agency's Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, died after being shot twice as the officers entered the mobile home. "Pat is a hero," David Harlow, deputy director of the Marshals Service, said in a statement Friday offering condolences to Carothers' wife and five children. Carothers had served 26 years with the agency. The slain suspect was identified as Dontrell Montese Carter, 25. He had been wanted in Sumter County, South Carolina, since Sept. 18 on charges of attempted murder of police officers, domestic violence and illegally discharging a weapon. The agency said Carothers and his team had tracked Carter to a mobile home just outside Ludowici, about 55 miles southwest of Savannah. Carothers was shot as they were entering the home. Law officers returned fire and shot Carter multiple times, the Marshals Service said. Both men were taken to area hospitals, where they were pronounced dead. - (Black-on-white)

    (Worthless incompetent black) hit-and-run 'suspect' murdered a White woman while trying to escape Justice in stolen SUV
Denzel Michael HillaryRhonda Allison HambrightThe Charlotte man charged with killing a 49-year-old Mooresville woman while eluding police will receive a second competency evaluation after being deemed incapable of understanding court procedures. Denzel Michael Hillary, 23, will undergo the evaluation at Central Regional Hospital in Butner. The first evaluation was ordered after (his female lawyer) noticed Hillary was incapable of understanding the nature of his charges and the court system, which would hinder his help with the defense, she said. Hillary was charged with second-degree murder, felony larceny of a motor vehicle and felony fleeing to elude arrest after police say he crashed into Rhonda Allison Hambright while running from authorities in a stolen SUV on Oct. 12. As he drove away, Hillary struck multiple vehicles at the intersection of U.S. 21, and Connector and Cornelius roads before crashing into Hambright’s 2014 Nissan. She was pronounced dead at the scene.   - (Black-on-white)

    (White) woman accused of the brutal murder of a (black) homeless man gets a new hearing
Duran BaileyKirstin LobatoA woman accused of killing a homeless man, cutting off his private parts and leaving his body in a dumpster will get a new hearing. It's a 15 year old case that shocked people in 2001. Now, the Nevada Supreme Court has ordered an evidentiary hearing on several claims raised by Kirstin Lobato. The court is giving Lobato the opportunity to once again prove her innocence because of new alibis and evidence. Lobato maintains her innocent and so does her friend. "I cannot believe after all this time they still believe she's guilty," said Michelle Revelle, a friend of Lobato. Prosecutors say the July 8th, 2001 incident stemmed from a drug deal. 44-year-old Duran Bailey was stabbed to death, his teeth knocked out, skull cracked, and genitals cut off. During the trial, prosecutors relied heavily on a statement Lobato gave police. She said that a man tried to sexually assault her and she fought back. That attack allegedly happened in late May. Bailey was murdered almost two months later. Lobato claims she was 170 miles away in Panaca the day Duran bailey was found dead. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man resentenced in home invasion and gang-rape attack on (White) students: 'Details would turn stomach'
Rederick Louis MeltonJared Holmes - roommate of victimDylan Vance - White victim of home invasion  in Grand Rapids, 2012GRAND RAPIDS — A Grand Rapids man convicted in a brutal home invasion and assault of college students in which a young woman was raped returned to a Kent County courtroom for resentencing this week, but it did not change the outcome. Rederick Louis Melton received the same sentence he got three years ago; a minimum of 43 years in prison for the June, 2012 attack on college students.Several young men were pistol-whipped; a woman was beaten and raped. “I’ve been on the bench almost 30 years now. Outside of murder cases, this and one other case are the worst I’ve seen,’’ Kent County Circuit Court Judge George S. Buth said.
Melton is one of five people charged in the home invasion, armed robbery and sexual assault. He was resentenced based on the Michigan Supreme Court’s July 2015 decision that sentencing guidelines mandating prison terms are unconstitutional. Judges should use them only in an advisory capacity, justices said. The victims held a party in their home near Grand Valley State University’s Grand Rapids campus. After the party ended, they heard a knock at the door in the predawn hours. Two men came inside, saying they had lost a wallet. Three others came in through a back door. Several men staying at the home were beaten and robbed. “I was figuring to die,’’ one of the victims testified at a 2012 court hearing. The assailants took turns sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman living in the house. Police arrested five people, including a 14-year-old. The adults are all serving lengthy prison terms. The rape “went way beyond what you’d normally see with a sexual assault,’’ Buth said - (Black-on-white)
Dorian Jones, Rederick Melton and Brandon TownsJames Edward HodgesPublished on Jun 9, 2012 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Three men were arraigned for their alleged roles in a brutal break-in and rape at a southwest side Grand Rapids house early Monday. Dorian Jones, Rederick Melton and Brandon Towns, were each officially charged with three counts of first-degree criminal sexual assault, four counts of armed robbery and one count of home invasion. Towns also faces an additional charge for being a fourth time habitual offender. Jones - who has prior record in Illinois - and Melton are each 20 years old, while Towns is 25. They were all ordered held without bond by Judge Jeanine Laville . James Edward Hodges, 19, of Grand Rapids surrendered himself at the Grand Rapids Police Department late Friday afternoon. He faces similar charges as the other three suspects. Hodges will be arraigned on June 11. A fourth person is a 14-year-old who will be processed through the juvenile system. During a press conference on Thursday, Grand Rapids police called them a "dangerous crew" and were looking to connect them to other crimes, including church break-ins. The five suspects allegedly broke into a home on Veto Street, near the Grand Valley State University Pew Campus, hitting victims over the head with a weapon, tying them up, and then repeatedly raping a woman. They could each face up to life in prison if convicted. Court records show four of the five suspects started participating in crime as juveniles, some as young as 14-years-old.


(Worthless criminal black) Driver faces homicide charges in police-chase crash that killed (White) couple, 2-year-old daughter
Demetrius ColemanDavid Bianco.Kaylie Meininger and Annika MeiningerNORTH VERSAILLES, Pa. - A couple and their young daughter are dead and three others were taken to a hospital Thursday after a police chase ended in a fiery crash on Route 30 in North Versailles. Authorities said East McKeesport police made a traffic stop at 2:17 p.m. when a driver made an illegal turn. After receiving the driver’s identification, officers learned a warrant was out for 22-year-old Demetrius Coleman's arrest for a probation violation, stemming from drug charges. When North Versailles police officers responded to the scene to assist, the driver took off, and officers pursued the vehicle until it crashed at the intersection of Route 30 and Route 49, hitting two other vehicles, county police said. A police source told Channel 11 News that speeds reached more than 100 mph during the chase. Authorities said that as per protocol, the East McKeesport police officer who initiated the chase was placed on administrative leave. Police said the three people killed - a man, woman and girl - were inside a vehicle struck by the pursued vehicle. The victims’ vehicle burst into flames after the crash. Officials said the victims had nothing to do with the chase. Police identified one of the victims as 28-year-old David Bianco. Family members told Channel 11 that Bianco's fiancee, Kaylie Meininger, 21, and the couple's daughter, Annika Meininger, 2, were the other two victims. They were headed to Thanksgiving dinner at a relative's house at the time of the crash. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)(?)

  • (White) Child, 2 Adults Killed In Crash Following Police Chase (of worthless criminal black)
    The victims’ vehicle burst into flamesNORTH VERSAILLES — Two adults and a child were killed when the car they were in burst into flames and was demolished after it was T-boned by a speeding car in North Versailles on Thursday afternoon. That speeding car — being pursued by police — had major front end damage. The 22-year-old driver, Demetrius Coleman from Pittsburgh, and a female passenger were only slightly hurt.
    Ron Riley, who lives nearby, reacted to the accident angrily. “He killed three innocent people, hang his ass as far as I’m concerned.”
    A Mercedes SUV was also involved in the crash. Three women inside the vehicle were hurt, one suffered a head injury.
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    Third (worthless black) criminal arrested for murder of (White) 17-year-old Jacob Thomas
Jacob ThomasFabian RussellCristopher LoganDevin CrenshawMOBILE, AL - Another arrest has been made in connection to the shooting at the Exxon gas station on St. Stephens Road over the weekend. Around 2 a.m. on Sunday, police say 17-year-old Jacob Thomas was shot and killed in the parking lot of the gas station. Authorities arrested 17-year-old Fabian Russell for first-degree robbery while 18-year-old Christopher Logan (aka Cristopher Logan) was arrested and charged with murder and first-degree robbery. On Monday, Oct. 24, police also arrested 17-year-old Devin Crenshaw and charged him with two counts of first-degree robbery. - (Black-on-white)
  • In Memory of Jacob Thomas - (gofundme)
    In the early morning hours of Sunday, October 23, Jacob Thomas' life was tragically and senselessly taken during a robbery. He was 17. He was a kind, patient young man who will be missed beyond measure. He is survived by his parents and four siblings.

    Services set for (White) teen killed on Fairview Road (by pack of worthless dreadlocked black demons)
Jordan Shoresworthless pack of black scum killersAIKEN COUNTY, S.C. -- Services have been set for 15-year-old Jordan Shores who was killed in his home on Fairview Road last weekend. There will be a visitation at Woodbridge Baptist Church on Birch Street on Saturday, Nov. 26 from noon to 2 p.m. A Life Celebration service will follow from 2 to 3 p.m. The procession to Pineview Memorial Garden on West Five Notch Road. Dec. 18 would have been Shores' 16th birthday. The community is invited to a candlelight vigil and balloon release at 6 p.m. at Woodbridge Baptist Church.
One of the robbers pistol whipped Artie seven times, breaking his nose. But the wound that will never heal is losing his friend Jordan. "He went down and held Jordan and tried to wake him up and he couldn't get no response," she said, "That's never going to leave his mind." Yesterday around noon, deputies pulled three suspects out of class at Silver Bluff High School. Ronquavis Howard, Raihem McCorkle and a 15-year old juvenile. Deputies arrested three more suspects in connection to the Fairview Road home invasion and murder. Now, deputies have arrested a total of five adults and one juvenile for their roles in a 15-year-old's murder. Around noon Monday, investigators arrested 17-year-old Ronquavis James Howard, 17-year-old Raihem Faisson McCorkle, and a 15-year-old juvenile suspect at Silver Bluff High School. - (Black-on-white)
  • Pair steal PlayStation after SC boy fatally shot while playing game console, police say
    CLEARWATER, SC — Authorities say a 15-year-old Aiken County boy died over the weekend after an early morning home invasion. Coroner Tim Carlton says Jordan Shores of North Augusta was pronounced dead at 9:15 a.m. Saturday at a hospital in Augusta, Georgia. According to a police report, three masked gunmen barged into a Villa K Townhouse unit about 1:30 a.m. Friday through an unlocked front door while Jordan and a 16-year-old were playing video games. One suspect fired at Jordan while another pistol-whipped the other teen, a police report said. On Friday, the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office charged two teens from Beech Island with attempted murder, armed robbery and first-degree burglary. Those charges will likely be upgraded. Undraize Antonio Dixon and Deonte Raequan Schultz, both 17, were arrested.

    Police identify dead (black NIGERIAN) husband as (white) Blairstown woman's killer
Edward Aghahowa and Julie MatteBLAIRSTOWN -- State police have identified Julie Matte's husband, Edward Aghahowa, as the man believed to have killed her before killing himself following a domestic dispute at their home on Cherry Tree Lane early Wednesday morning. State Police spokesman Trooper Lawrence Peele said a motive for the killing has not yet been identified but the investigation is ongoing. Matte was found dead with several gunshot wounds to her torso in the couple's home at about 1:02 a.m. Wednesday by New Jersey State Police, Warren County Prosecutor Richard Burke previously said. Aghahowa, 55, was found at 9:25 a.m. Wednesday near the Johnsonburg Presbyterian Center campground located on County Route 519 in Frelinghuysen, suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, which resulted in his death. There was no history of domestic violence at the residence, according to Burke. Peele said state police have received multiple reports the couple were married and a Sept. 22 post on Matte's public Facebook page said: "It's officially 21yrs together and 15 of them married. Amazing, just amazing." - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Bus driver allegedly does nothing while black teens attack white schoolgirls
two Catholic High School girlssuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectsuspectFour white 15-year-old Catholic schoolgirl friends laughing and chatting on their usual bus ride home were targeted in an unprovoked, racial attack that left them bloody and bruised, the teens told The Post Wednesday. “Oh, white girl got money!a young black man sitting with a friend commented as the girls travelled on the BX8 bus around 3 p.m. Tuesday after dismissal from St. Catharine’s Academy in the Pelham Gardens section of The Bronx. Before they knew it, the boys called up some female friends, who boarded a few stops away — and the girls said the group punched and kicked them while grabbing clumps of their hair. In an exclusive interview with The Post, two of the girls said the trouble began as soon as they boarded the bus to Throggs Neck — with the male riders leering at the 10th-graders and snapping their pictures. One of the victims, who only wants to be identified by the initials LT because the attackers are still at large, said they were in their school uniforms when the young men tried chatting with them and then threatened to “piss on them.” “Oh, you go to St. Catharine’s? What, do you have money? Go drink your coffee, white girl, and go shopping,” one of them said. The girls nervously tried to laugh it off, and the thugs said they were calling friends at the upcoming Westchester Square stop for re-enforcements. Before they knew it, six to eight young black girls got on the bus and all hell broke loose. “All I remember is seeing the bus doors open and these girls have me by the ankles,” LT said. “One of the guys had me by my hair and punched me in the jaw.” - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Woman found dead in central Toledo park was raped, murdered - black confessed to crimes
Trace WilliamsSonja LongA woman found dead Friday in Inez Nash Park was raped and strangled, police said. Sonja Long, 40, was found at about 10:30 a.m. Friday in the park at 206 E. Bancroft Street. Trace Lindell Williams, 37, of the 2800 Block of Warsaw Street, confessed to raping and killing her, according to court documents. Lucas County Deputy Coroner Dr. Cynthia Beisser said Ms. Long died of manual strangulation. An official ruling in her death is pending toxicology reports. Williams was also charged Friday based on a rape accusation from July. According to court documents, a woman wanted to sleep in a vacant house on South Avenue on July 20, when Williams told her she had to pay to stay there. When she refused, he beat her, choked her, and raped her, the woman told police. Court records indicate a DNA test matched Williams to the case. Williams is in the Lucas County Jail and charged with aggravated murder, rape, and threat of rape. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday in Toledo Municipal Court. - (Black-on-white)

    Murder charges re-filed against (black) Springfield man in connection with 2011 shooting death (of white woman he knew)
Terry D. MorrisonPristina TynerCharges have been re-filed against a Springfield man in connection with the shooting death of a woman at a north Springfield hotel in 2011. Terry D. Morrison, 53, was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder and armed criminal action, the Greene County Prosecuting Attorney's office said in a news release. Morrison was originally charged in September 2011 in connection with the death of Pristina Tyner earlier that month. However, the charges were dismissed that December. In the Wednesday release, prosecutors attributed the move to the fact that a key witness gave "ambiguous testimony" in a preliminary hearing. Prosecutors said Wednesday the re-filing of charges was made possible "by the continued investigative efforts of the Springfield Police Department." A female witness, Christine Casper, said she had been staying in a room with Tyner and that they were expecting someone to visit them in the room, according to the statement. Casper said a black male knocked on the door and entered when Tyner opened the door. Casper said the male pulled out a handgun and pointed it at Tyner. Morrison confirmed he knew Tyner. - (Black-on-white)

    (Short racist black) Pair charged in explosive device at elementary school; planned to shoot cops, start race war
Zachary Edwards and Raphel Dilligard Alabama - A convicted felon who claims he wanted to shoot cops is behind bars in connection with the explosives device planted outside of a Trussville elementary school. Authorities today announced state charges against 35-year-old Zachary Edwards and 34-year-old Raphel Dilligard, both of eastern Birmingham. They are charged with possession of a hoax destructive device, rendering false alarm and making terrorist threats, said Trussville police Capt. Jeff Bridges. The warrants were issued this morning after the week-long probe by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Trussville police, the Alabama State Fire Marshal's Office, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. Edwards claimed to be a member of the Black Panthers and the Black Mafia, but authorities have not yet confirmed his reported associations with any organized group. "My guys believe this individual to be a very dangerous person,'' said Dave Hyche, ATF's assistant special agent in charge in Alabama. "He wanted everybody in one place so he could kill cops. He discussed starting a race war. - (Black-on-white)

    James Means: Things to Know About Black Teen Shot and Killed by White Man Who Called Him “Another Piece of Trash”
James Harvey Means accidentally bumped into William Ronald PulliamJust days before Thanksgiving, a black teenage boy from West Virginia was shot and killed by a 62-year-old white man who later referred to him as a “piece of trash.” Police said the shooting happened Monday evening (Nov. 21) outside of a Dollar General Store in Charleston, West Virginia after 15-year-old James Harvey Means accidentally bumped into William Ronald Pulliam. Because Means was black and Pulliam is white, officials are in the process of determining whether the murder meets the definition of a hate crime. Here are some things you need to know about James Means, William Pulliam and the tragic shooting incident. - (Black-on-white)(?)

    Wayne State police shooting suspect has history of assaulting cops - Wayne State police officer Collin Rose dies from gunshot wound
Colin RoseDeangelo DavisA man arrested in connection with Tuesday's shooting of a Wayne State University police officer has a history of being combative with police officers, state records show. Police arrested the 31-year-old man Tuesday night after officer Collin Rose, 29, was shot while on duty near the Lincoln Apartments, on the southern end of the Detroit's Woodbridge neighborhood, west of the John C. Lodge freeway. At a press conference this morning, Wayne State Police Chief Anthony Holt told reporters: "Things are very grave" for Rose, who was shot in head and is on life support. The officer is engaged to be married in early 2017. The man police arrested last night was charged in 2011 with two charges of felony assault involving a police officer, one causing injury, and pleaded guilty, resulting in a 53-day jail sentence, the records show. Wayne State University Police Chief Anthony Holt said in a news conference this morning that he was aware of a previous incident with the suspect in which an officer received minor injuries. - (Black-on-white)

    Interracial couple arrested in connection with (White) Leesville soldier's death - and dismemberment
Jonathan EllisTobias Lamont WilliamsWanda Gail GordonLEESVILLE, LA - Two Leesville residents have been arrested in connection with the death of a Fort Polk soldier missing since September, authorities said. Wanda Gail Gordon, 40, and Tobias Lamont Williams, 27, have been charged with one count each of first-degree murder and one count of obstruction of justice, said Vernon Parish Sheriff Sam Craft. The arrests are the result of an extensive investigation into the disappearance of Jonathan Ellis, 40, of Leesville, who was reported missing by family members on Sept. 23. Ellis was an active duty service member stationed at Fort Polk. His family last reported speaking to him on the evening of Sept. 19, Craft said. During the investigation, Gordon and Williams were identified as persons of interest in the case. Deputies got a warrant for Gordon's arrest for a vehicle theft. She was located and taken into custody in Tyler, Texas and was transported back to Vernon Parish the same day. "Detectives attempted to interview Gordon in relation to the disappearance of Ellis, but she refused to cooperate in the investigation," Craft said. Meanwhile, detectives located Williams and did several interviews with him about the whereabouts of Ellis. "Williams did indicate to investigators that Ellis was, in fact, the victim of a homicide," Craft said. "He lead detectives to a location in the area of East Hawthorne Road where he indicated Ellis’ body was disposed." Detectives, agents and other investigators brought a cadaver dog to the location. It was searched over a two-day period and human remains were located in several areas.

Dangers of interracial dating

    Suspect arrested in death of man at East Atlanta Village apartment complex
Jeffries AndersonJeffries AndersonJonathan Alexander (Alex) NewtonATLANTA - Atlanta Police have arrested a man wanted for shooting another man to death during a burglary attempt at the victim's apartment. Jonathan Newton was killed in October at his apartment at the Alexan EAV luxury complex on Metropolitan Avenue in East Atlanta. Police said Newton came home to find the intruder, identified as Jeffries Anderson inside his apartment. Newton got into a fight with him, and was fatally shot. Anderson then fled the scene and had been on the run for nearly a month before being taken into custody. - (Black-on-white)

    Two Identified In Brevard County Gas Station Shooting - yet another interracial coupld murder-suicide - black man - white woman
Maurice Lavell JacksonKristy Michelle BrunsonMIMS, Florida - Just before 8 p.m. on Sunday, Brevard County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to reports of a shooting at a Raceway gas station located at 2455 North US 1 in Mims, Florida. Upon arrival, deputies discovered 32-year-old Maurice Lavell Jackson, of Winter Springs deceased at the scene from a gun shot wound while his girlfriend, 36-year-old Kristy Michelle Brunson of Altamonte Springs, was in critical condition due to a gun shot wound. Just minutes later, Brunson succumbed to her wounds while being prepared by Brevard County Fire Rescue for a medical helicopter transport from Mims Elementary. After investigating the incident and interviewing witnesses, Sheriff’s Office Agents believe this to be a murder-suicide. Investigators say that the incident appears to be isolated and all parties involved have been identified. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Racist black man accused of trying to push (White) commuter onto tracks for being white
suspectAn unhinged commuter told a fellow straphanger he didn’t like “white people” — and then tried to push the man onto the tracks at a Harlem subway station, sources told The Post. Gary Weeks, 51, was arrested and charged with attempted murder as a hate crime for the Monday afternoon incident. Weeks, who is black, allegedly approached the 28-year-old white man as he was waiting on the northbound 4/5 train platform around 1 p.m. and said: “I don’t like white people.” He then grabbed the victim and tried to force him toward the edge of the platform and shove him onto the tracks, sources said. The victim was able to break away from the crazed man, and called for help. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) San Antonio man says he killed unsuspecting (White) cop because he was 'upset' by a custody battle - and now he wants to apologize
Otis Tyrone McKaneDetective Benjamin MarconiThe gunman arrested for murdering a San Antonio cop 'execution-style' outside a police HQ claims he did so because he was 'upset' by a custody battle, it emerged Monday. Otis Tyrone McKane, 31, told police that he 'lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve it' when he shot Detective Benjamin Marconi, 50. Speaking to press on his way to Bexar County Jail in San Antonio late Monday, he said: 'I've been through several custody battles, and I was upset at the situation I was in, and I lashed out at someone who didn't deserve it.' He also said he wanted to apologize to the family of the slain detective. Marconi, a father of two, was shot through the passenger side of his patrol car Sunday, mySA reported. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man indicted for murder, dumping (white female 'acquaintance') body into neighbor's yard
Darrius AndersonAshley KimesMEMPHIS, TN - A Raleigh man has been indicted on second-degree murder charges after investigators said he stabbed a woman this summer and dumped her body over his backyard fence into his neighbor's yard. Darrius Anderson, 28, had been indicted in the stabbing death of 28-year-old Ashley Kimes on July 6. Kimes' body was discovered in a yard belonging to Anderson's neighbor. According to the autopsy, she died from multiple stab wounds. After Anderson allowed investigators inside his home, they discovered blood on the floor. After he was arrested, he told officers to tell his family that "this was an act of revenge." Anderson and Kimes were acquaintances. They had a falling out not long before her death. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black man) found guilty of 2015 homicide of (white female 'acquaintance')
Nathaniel MingoAmanda CollinsA Bossier Parish jury unanimously found Nathaniel Mingo, 36, guilty of second degree murder for the 2015 killing of Amanda Collins. In May 2015, Bossier Parish Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call reporting an unknown truck located in a pasture in Haughton. Upon arriving to the location, deputies found a maroon Ford F-250 with the body of Amanda Collins inside. Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives and crime scene investigators diligently worked the investigation and were able to identify a suspect and make an arrest within 24 hours of discovering the body of Collins. During the three-day trial, the jury heard testimony from detectives and crime scene investigators from the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, firearms expert Carla White from the North Louisiana Crime Lab, DNA expert Michelle Vrana from the North Louisiana Crime Lab, forensic pathologist Dr. Frank Peretti, as well as witnesses who saw Nathaniel Mingo after the shooting as he was seeking help to dispose of Amanda’s body. Jurors were able to watch the last few hours of Amanda Collins’ life as they were shown surveillance video from the El Dorado casino. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Evanston man accused of shooting (white) woman then going to sleep before calling 911
Robert Acklin JrNina HackerCINCINNATI - Police say an Evanston man, accused of shooting a woman, then had a beer and slept for nearly six hours, before calling for help. Robert Acklin was arraigned on a murder charge on Nov. 21. The prosecutor's office says Acklin and the victim, Nina Hacker, had an altercation over some property on Nov. 20. Acklin is then accused of shooting Hacker. The prosecutor's office says after the shooting, Acklin talked to Hacker as she was laying on the floor. Then he had a beer and went to sleep. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    White female Artist sues (black) ex for harassment that damaged her business
Gary Clare and Virginie Sommet This man is the worst ex ever, a lawsuit claims. Artist Virginie Sommet says that after her split with Gary Clare, he glued the locks of her gallery door and scrawled “bitch” and “slumlord” on the walls; stole her mail; called 50 of her friends and family threatening suicide; used more than 40 pseudonyms to pepper the Internet with defamatory comments; made 25 complaints about her to various city agencies; and, for good measure, sent damning letters to her eye doctor, tailor and bakery. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    3 (blacks) charged in murder of (White) Brookfield man
3 black 'suspects'Michael SmithBROOKFIELD, Ill. -- After an almost year-long investigation, three people have been charged in the murder of Michael Smith, a security guard killed the day he was expected to testify in a criminal case. Smith was shot in front of his home in January. His wife was inside and heard the shots. Police said the gunman, 25-year-old Jermaine Douglas, followed Smith to Brookfield after Smith appeared in court intending to testify against Douglas' friend in another case. "The victim Michael Smith parked in front of his Brookfield residence before exiting his car, Douglas pulled up and fired multiple shots at Michael Smith at point-blank range," said Chief James Episcopo of the Brookfield Police Department. Smith was working security at Shrine Nightclub in Chicago's South Loop several months earlier when he called police to arrest Comfort Robinson. Robinson was charged with several felonies. Police said they believe that was Robinson's motive to kill Smith. Brookfield police arrested and charged Robinson, Douglas, and 29-year-old Dejuyon Johnson. All three are charged with first degree murder. "Michael Smith was a good man, a model citizen, a hardworking family man, who was killed in the prime of his life for doing his job," said Episcopo. - (Black-on-white)

    SAPD officer shot, killed near police headquarters - by black male assassin
black assassinDetective Benjamin MarconiSAN ANTONIO –- An officer was shot outside the San Antonio Police headquarters building in downtown San Antonio late Sunday morning. Authorities responded to the scene at 11:40 a.m. on West Nueva Street and Santa Rosa Street, SAPD Chief William McManus said. McManus said the officer had pulled over a vehicle outside of the Public Safety Headquarters. While the officer was inside his vehicle writing a ticket, a black vehicle pulled up behind him. The driver of that vehicle got out, walked up to the officer’s driver-side window and shot the officer in the head, McManus said. Then the suspect reached into the window and shot the officer a second time, he said. McManus said the suspect is a black male around five-foot-seven to six feet in height, wearing a gray sweatshirt and black baggy pants. The suspect also has a beard. - (Black-on-white)
  • SAPD officer shot, killed near police HQ downtown
    The suspect then drove off, McManus said during a news conference. The officer was detective Benjamin Marconi, and was pronounced dead at San Antonio Military Medical Center. The 50-year-old officer was a 20-year veteran of the force. The suspect is described as a black male, 5′ 7″to 6-foot tall, wearing a gray shirt and black pants. According to police the suspect is driving a black midsize sedan.
  • Detective Benjamin Marconi: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
    Marconi Is the 7th Officer to be Shot & Killed in the Line of Duty in Texas This Year

    (Racist black) Fla. student punches (White) classmate over Donald Trump sign
Andre HudsonPALM BAY, Fla. - A Central Florida high school student got so mad about a Donald Trump sign that he punched one of his classmates in the face and then repeatedly cursed at and fought with school officials, according to the Palm Bay Police Department. The incident began Wednesday afternoon when Andre Hudson, a 17-year-old Bayside High School student, got into an argument with a classmate who was holding a Trump sign during gym class. Tensions escalated and Hudson punched his peer in the side of the face, police said. Hudson was taken to the dean's office. When a school resource officer arrived he was visibly agitated and swearing at school officials, according to an affidavit. The officer tried to de-escalate the situation, but Hudson stuck his middle finger in the officer's face, paced around the room and began punching filing cabinets and knocking things off the desk, police said. "When I see that white boy again, I'm going to punch him in his face," Hudson said. - (Black-on-white)

    Police name (worthless black) suspect in mass shooting near Seattle bus stop - (White woman bystander was shot through the leg)
Alrick HollingsworthTosia KlincewiczSEATTLE -- Police are intensifying their search for a mass shooting suspect who wounded five people in downtown Settle, and on Friday they publicly named him and released his photo. Alrick Hollingsworth, 18, is believed to have gotten into an argument with another man near the corner of 3rd Ave and Pine Street. As the two started walking away from each other, investigators said Hollingsworth turned back, pulled out a gun, and started shooting into the crowd. “I’m mad that someone would do that,” said Tosia Klincewicz, who had a bullet tear through her leg. “It went through the thigh and missed the bone and all the major arteries." Hollingsworth is still on the run, but prosecutors have already charged him with five counts of felony assault. Sources at Seattle police also believe Hollingsworth shot up a car on Olive Way on Friday. No one was hurt. Even with her life turned upside down, Klincewicz is keeping her anger in check. While she calls the shooting “reckless,” she still feels safe in Seattle. However, she realizes there are entire communities that suffer street violence as a sad fact of their daily lives. “I was just standing at the bus stop, and like, i wasn't singled out for this at all,” Klincewicz said. “There are people who live in fear all of the time." - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Man slain, 75-year-old man shot in leg in downtown Little Rock (by black woman)
Harvel Todd Sieberheavyset black womanLittle Rock police are looking for an unknown woman they say shot one man to death and injured another outside a downtown detail shop Tuesday. Police described the shooter as a black woman between 25 and 35 years old who was seen leaving the scene in a four-door maroon vehicle, according to a police report. Little Rock police spokesman Steve McClanahan said officers responded to a report of a shooting shortly before 1 p.m. at Hines Detail at 815 E. Capitol Ave., located just east of Interstate 30. At the scene, police found Harvel “Todd” Sieber, 47, of North Little Rock lying on the pavement with a gunshot wound in his abdomen. Mitchell Hines, 75, of Little Rock was nearby with a wound in his right leg, the police report said. Hines told police he was working on a vehicle when a short-haired, heavyset black woman approached on foot and asked to use the restroom. As he called for an employee to show her where the restroom was located, the woman reached to her left side, pulled out a gun and immediately started shooting, he told police. One witness told police he saw a black male and a black female exit a four-door Scion that was parked on Collins Street, according to the report. - (Black-on-white)

    4 (racist blacks) Charged In Traffic Altercation That Turned Into Attack On (White) Trump Voter
David Wilcox Julian Christian, 26; Rajane Lewis, 21; Dejuan CollinsFour individuals have been charged in connection with an attack on a motorist last week in which witnesses jeered at the victim for being a Donald Trump supporter. The 50-year-old motorist was involved in a traffic accident Nov. 9 in the 1100 block of South Kedzie and says he was attacked when he tried to get insurance information from another driver. He says he was beaten by multiple suspects and his car was stolen On a video posted online, driver David Wilcox was pummeled by several individuals, while onlookers shouted “You Voted Trump!” Chicago police say they took four suspects into custody this week: Julian Christian, 26; Dejuan Collins, 20; Rajane Lewis, 21; and a 17-year-old female police declined to identify. All were charged with one felony count of vehicular hijacking. They appeared in court Friday, but no details were available. - (Black-on-white)

White Man beaten by pack of blacks on West Side while black onlookers yell, 'Don't vote for Trump' speaks out - November 11, 2016

    (Black) Rockford man released from prison after serving only 47 years for execution murder (of White man)
Calvin MadisonJohn HoganROCKFORD - A Rockford man who spent decades in prison for murder is released today. The State Prisoner Review Board granted Calvin Madison parole yesterday, after he served only part of his sentence for the murder of John Hogan. Nearly 50 years ago, Hogan was working at his family's gas station when he was held up by two men. It was then when Madison shot Hogan four times in the back of the head. Calvin was sentenced to death originally, but that was later changed to 75 to 100 years in prison. He only served 47. He'll now stay at a halfway house in Chicago that provides housing for men who have been incarcerated. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (black) men charged in connection with Gaithersburg home invasion homicide (of White man)
Ronald Michael Lone III Mohammed SirleafTimario GreggGAITHERSBURG, Md. — Montgomery County Police have charged two men in connection with an October homicide in Gaithersburg. On October 25, police say they received a call for a shooting around 10 p.m in the 7900 block of Muncaster Mill Road. Upon arrival, they located 23-year-old Ronald Michael Lone III with a gunshot wound. Lone III died at the scene. "Just before 10 we heard two quick shots and then a lot of commotion" said neighbor Michael Muratore. Police said two men dressed in dark clothing with their faces covered, entered the home through an unlocked back door. One of the individuals shot Lone III during an apparent home invasion. According to police, multiple people were in the home at the time of the incident, but no one was harmed. On Nov. 16, police arrested and charged Mohammed Sirleaf, 20, with first-degree murder, armed robbery, consipracy to commit first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree assault in connection with the the homicide of Lone III. He is being held without bond. Timario Gregg, 19, was also arrested and charged with possession of a firearm by a minor. - (Black-on-white)

    Murder victim's boyfriend indicted for murder
Lamont Brandon JohnsonTrina ColemanCINCINNATI - The last person to see a northern Kentucky woman alive was charged with killing her. A grand jury indicted Lamont Johnson Thursday, November 17, for the murder of Trina Coleman. She was found dead in her apartment earlier in the month. Initially they just wanted to talk to Johnson. He was dating Coleman. But investigators said the evidence pointed to him being her killer. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    38 years later, (black) Victoria killer faces murder charge in U.S. - Black serial killer extradited from Canada to U.S.
Tommy Ross Jr.Weeping AngelJanice Aili ForbesAfter nearly four decades in a B.C. prison for the brutal murder of a young Victoria mother, Tommy Ross Jr. faces a first-degree murder charge in the death of a Port Angeles woman. Ross, 58, an American citizen, was released on full parole and deported to the United States last week. He was promptly arrested at the border. The Washington state woman was killed a few weeks before Ross arrived in Victoria in 1978 after being extradited from the U.S. to face charges in the death of Janice Aili Forbes, who was found dead in her Victoria apartment. Canada Border Services Agency officers escorted Ross from the Pacific Institute correctional centre in Abbotsford to the Peace Arch crossing on Nov. 10. U.S. officials arrested Ross there in connection with the death of Janet Bowcutt and took him to jail in Clallam County, where he is being held on $1.5-million US bail and was assigned a public defender. “We were notified of his parole board hearing so we pulled out the file and started to look at the investigation,” said John Troberg, deputy prosecuting attorney for Clallam County. “It’s a pretty gruesome, really sadistic case.” Investigators said the Canadian and U.S. murders are eerily similar. - (Black-on-white)
  • 38 years later, Victoria killer faces murder charge in U.S.
    After nearly four decades in a B.C. prison for the brutal murder of a young Victoria mother, Tommy Ross Jr. faces a first-degree murder charge in the death of a Port Angeles woman. Ross, 58, an American citizen, was released on full parole and deported to the United States last week. He was promptly arrested at the border.
  • Man paroled in Canada arrested for 1978 Port Angeles killing
    PORT ANGELES — Bail was set at $1.5 million Wednesday for a Los Angeles man accused of killing a Port Angeles woman more than 38 years ago. Tommy J. Ross Jr., 58, was being held Wednesday in the Clallam County jail for investigation of the 1978 murder of 20-year-old Janet Bowcutt. He will be arraigned Dec. 2. Port Angeles police said Ross strangled Bowcutt to death in her apartment in April 1978. Ross was convicted of a similar murder that occurred in Victoria in May 1978, Clallam County prosecutors said. He had been serving a life sentence in Canada for the murder of Janice Forbes of Victoria and was granted parole last week.
    During that interview, Ross admitted that he killed Bowcutt, two other females in Anaheim, California, and another female in Los Angeles, Arand wrote in his report.

    Black Georgia pair charged with murder in disappearance of (White former police officer) Timothy Buckley
Timothy F. BuckleyJohnathan Hillary and Bernithia YoungCONWAY, SC – Horry County police say one man has been charged with murder in connection to the body found last week on Rodeo Drive. Timothy F. Buckley was reported missing on Sept. 30. and his remains were found in a field off of Rodeo Drive on Nov. 10. According to Lt Raul Denis with Horry County police, Johnathan Lamar Hillary, 29, of Augusta, Georgia was charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime Bernithia Young, 33, of Atlanta, Georgia, was also charged alongside Hillary with accessory after the fact to a felony murder. Denis says both suspects have been taken into custody in Atlanta, Georgia and will be extradited accordingly. - (Black-on-white)

    (Dope-crazed black killer with stupid haircut assassinated (White) co-worker with shot to the back of his head
Trevon Allridgevictim's mothervictim's family membersWilliam Schmausvictim's sisterANCHORAGE ---Charging documents describe Tuesday’s homicide as an incident of workplace violence, possibly fueled by methamphetamine-induced paranoia. Trevon Allridge, 26, faced a judge Wednesday on multiple charges, the most serious being first degree murder. According to the state attorney general’s office, Allridge and the victim William Schmaus, 51, both worked at Trejohn Auto Sales. While three employees, including Schmaus, were talking with one another in the inner office of the business, Allridge allegedly entered the room and shot Schmaus in the back of the head. The two other employees looked back and saw Allridge standing over Schmaus’ slumped over body. Allridge allegedly had a gun in his hand. The owner of Trejohn Auto Sales, Tracy Morning, called police. Allridge was caught by APD officers walking down the street 17 minutes after responding. He was approximately two blocks from the scene. When questioned by detectives, Morning said Allridge had been heavily using methamphetamines and had been acting paranoid. Allridge was already facing five Class C felonies stemming from an Aug. 22 incident where officials said he rammed multiple police vehicles before leading APD on on a car chase down A street. Allridge was eventually caught when he was boxed in by police cruisers after going the wrong way down C Street. All of southbound C Street at 31st street was shut down during the investigation. The police chase was initiated after officers attempted to arrest Allridge on an outstanding warrant for discharge of a firearm/reckless endangerment. A gun was found in his vehicle at the time. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect fatally shot by ‘Good Samaritan’ during attack on (White) deputy
Edward StrotherDeputy Dean BardesESTERO, Florida - A man who is now being called a “Good Samaritan” saw a Florida deputy being brutally attacked and fatally shot the assailant to stop the assault. According to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, who have termed the man who intervened a “Good Samaritan,” the man saw Deputy Dean Bardes being attacked by Edward Strother. The man informed Strother that if he did not stop attacking the deputy, he would shoot him. However, Strother continued to attack the deputy even as the officer struggled to keep his weapon from Strother. Bardes had been slammed to the ground and pinned down as Strother continued to beat him, until the “Good Samaritan” shot Strother three times. - (Black-on-white)

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

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


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


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