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ARCHIVE for 23 February 2017
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.

    Police: (Black) Man, 62, arrested after shooting (White) victim following fight at Md. apartment
Richard Jerome HarridayZachary WintersZachary WintersFREDERICK, Md. — Police are investigating the shooting death of a man at an apartment complex in Frederick, Maryland on Wednesday night. The suspect, Richard Jerome Harriday, 62, was taken into custody after locking himself in a garage for nearly two hours, according to Frederick Police. Officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 400 block of W. South Street and determined a fight took place inside an apartment and continued outside, according to police. Harriday was pounding on the door of an upstairs apartment and Zachary Winters, 28, came out of his apartment. Harriday walked up to Winters, and police say Winters punched him in the face. Moments later, Harriday went to his apartment and grabbed his gun and shot Winters in the chest. Police say Harriday then locked himself in a garage off of Hoffman’s Alley for about two hours. - (Black-on-white)

    (Worthless black) man shot his (White) neighbor to death when black was caught burgling the victim's apartment
Anthony D. BoyingtonAnthony Wayne "Tony" McIntyreA man charged in the fatal shooting of his neighbor on Sunday was arrested early Friday when a woman called police, saying the man attacked her after admitting he committed the murder. Anthony D. Boyington, 38, is accused of killing 60-year-old Anthony McIntyre at his home last weekend in the 900 block of East St. Catherine Street. He is charged with one count each of complicity murder and first-degree burglary. Louisville Metro Police previously said that a neighbor discovered McIntyre at about 8 a.m. inside the apartment. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Newton man gets 38 years for stabbing a (White) man to death
Kevin Jamal HaqqWeeping AngelKevin Jamal Haqq, 38, of Newton, will spend 38 years in prison after a Catawba County jury found him guilty of second-degree murder on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. Haqq was found guilty of the July 24, 2014, stabbing death of 20-year-old Jason William Margarita of Sherrills Ford at a Balls Creek residence. Following the jury’s verdict, the Honorable Daniel A. Kuehnert, Superior Court Judge from Burke County, gave Haqq an active prison term of 38 to 46 years in custody of the North Carolina Division of Adult Corrections. After closing remarks by Prosecutor Sean McGinnis and Defense Attorney Ken Darty, the jury deliberated for about three hours. - (Black-on-white)

    Should a demonic psycho black youth get away with murder of a White teacher just because he was only 16 years old when he killed?
Byron TruviaByron TruviaTodd Roberts HenrySMITH COUNTY, TX - A hearing was held today in Smith County for the man who is accused of fatally stabbing a teacher at a Tyler high school. Byron Truvia is currently in a state hospital and charged under a juvenile petition in the 2009 death of John Tyler High School teacher Todd Henry. Due to his commitment to a state hospital, Truvia was not in the court hearing in the 114th District Court on Thursday. He has been at a state hospital since being found "incompetent with probability of attaining competency." The hearing Thursday centered around the issue of the juvenile petition still pending and an indictment which was returned in 2011 for murder. The petition and the indictment could potentially result in different punishments if the case were to reach trial. If Truvia were convicted and sentenced under the juvenile petition, he could be sentenced up to 40 years in prison. The murder indictment could result in a life sentence if a trial were to occur under that charge. - (Black-on-white)
  • Should Teachers Be Warned About Students' Criminal Histories?
    Todd Roberts Henry was never told about 16-year-old Byron Truvia’s troubled past. At the age of 10, the boy’s mother had him committed to a psychiatric hospital. At 14, Truvia stabbed his sister, and was detained by the Texas Youth Commission for two years. He was released in the fall of 2009—just in time to start the school year in Mr. Henry’s class. On that fateful September morning at 8:50 a.m., Truvia attacked 50-year-old Henry, stabbing him repeatedly in the neck and shoulders. The beloved music teacher died later that day.
  • Todd Roberts Henry Obituary

    (Black) Man pleads guilty to killing (white) girlfriend in 2014 - he shot, burned and stuffed her body into garbage bags
Antoine Bosley SrAmy Ndao Antoine Bosley Sr. praised the woman he shot, burned and stuffed into garbage bags in October 2014. He told the mother that her daughter had helped him get his life together and he thought he was doing well enough to stop taking his medications. Bosley, originally charged with murder, pleaded guilty last week to an amended charge of first-degree manslaughter and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. He also pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, unauthorized use of a vehicle and abuse of a corpse. Bosley, who previously has been treated and medicated for mental illness, was ordered to have no contact with Ndao’s family. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) El Dorado man arrested in connection to murder (of White man)
Brian SmithCurtis LumseyEL DORADO, Ark. - An El Dorado man has been arrested for what police say is the town's first murder this year. Thirty-seven-year-old Curtis Lumsey is charged with killing 27-year-old Brian Smith of Crossett. Police say it happened around midnight Friday at a home on W.1st Street. They found Smith lying in the front doorway with two wounds. One on the upper left shoulder and the other in the abdomen. "It's tragic, you know, we nearly went two months before we had our first one, and anytime you have a homicide, it's a tragedy for all sides," Captain Kevin Holt, El Dorado Police Department said. "Not only the victim but the suspects." - (Black-on-white)

    Hearing-impaired (White) man shot after not understanding (black) gunman's demands
Joel Rivera (L) Antonio ThomasJohn KellyMILWAUKEE — A violent trio of criminals has been terrorizing innocent people and businesses across the city. They even shot a man who is hearing impaired because he couldn't understand what they were saying, authorities said. John Kelly was taking out money at an ATM just down the street from his south side home when he was approached by two people. "I wasn't quite sure what was going on it was a total surprise," Kelly said. Kelly said he couldn't understand what Joel Rivera, 29, and his girlfriend were saying to him because he's hearing impaired. Then all of a sudden he was down on the ground bleeding from four gunshot wounds. "They'd would make a decision to try and kill me for a couple of hundred dollars," he said. According to court documents, after shooting Kelly just three days before Christmas, Rivera, his girlfriend, and Antonio Thomas, 24, went on a rampage, robbing businesses all over the city at gunpoint. They hit up family-owned Taqueria Los Gallos on the city's south side. Surveillance video showed Thomas pointing a gun in families' faces, including children. Owner Francisco Hernandez said he was fearful for everyone's lives. - (Black-on-white)

    Low-life scum cowardly black parasite tries to rob a BLIND WHITE man - Video helps link suspect to attempted armed robbery
Harry PalmoreMatthew HartmanNEW ORLEANS -- Police have linked the attempted hold-up of a legally blind man in Mid-City to a suspect already in custody for a string of brazen armed robberies. Harry Palmore, 29, has been booked with the attempted armed robbery in the Jan. 24 hold-up of Matthew Hartman. Hartman was using his cane to walk to work at 8 a.m., when police said Palmore jumped out of a stolen car and pointed a gun at Hartman’s chest, demanding his wallet. The gunman can be seen racking the slide of his semi-automatic pistol in an attempt to fire at Hartman at point-blank range. Even more stunning is what happened next: Hartman strikes the would-be robber three times with his cane, at one point hitting him on the wrist and almost causing him to drop his gun. With that third whack of the cane, the robber can be seen retreating back into the car and driving off. Hartman said it was pure instinct that led him to resist the gunman by lashing out with his cane. “I just said no and decided make a stand for myself,” Hartman said. “Split reaction, immediately.” Watching the video of the attack, including a clear sequence of the gunman racking the slide of his semi-automatic pistol, made Hartman realize how close he came to getting shot at point blank range. His sister, Liz Hartman Lawson, is still shaken by what could have happened had the gun not misfired. Days after the would-be robbery, a detective called Hartman and told him that his suspected robber had been caught after pulling two similar hold-ups. Hartman shuddered. He realized he had seen Palmore on the news: He was the suspect captured during a dramatic arrest in which a second man, Arties Manning, was fatally shot by police. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect was holding his (white) 'girlfriend' hostage at knifepoint - SWAT team terminates dark suspect
Christopher CarterChristopher CarterAmber WeathersKENT - Officials have identified the suspect involved in a Kent apartment standoff as 27-year-old Christopher Carter. Police were called to the Villages at Franklin Crossing apartment complex to check for a “suspicious person" around 12:30 p.m. Sunday. When officers approached the man, he barricaded himself inside of the building’s basement laundry room while holding a woman captive with a knife. After roughly seven hours of negotiations, officials were able to safely rescue the woman around 9 p.m. Carter was shot and killed by police. The victim has been identified as 23-year-old Amber Weathers. Police say she was not injured. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    2 (black) brothers, woman arrested in Saturday's High Point murder of (White) man at his Army Navy surplus store - weapons stolen
3 black killersJack Carter LittleHIGH POINT — Police today arrested three people in connection with Saturday’s killing of a High Point businessman. Police arrested brothers Kemione Grady, 18, and Larento Grady, 23, and Shirley Harrington, 24, all of High Point in connection with the death of 65-year-old Jack Carter Little. A customer found Little, of 1905 Wakefield Place shot about 1:50 p.m. in his business, Whetstone Surplus, an Army Navy surplus store at 1222 S. Main St. Numerous weapons were taken from the store. An exact list is not yet available. The U.S. Marshals Office, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are helping with the investigation. The ATF took out search warrants that led to the arrests, according to High Point police Capt. Mike Kirk. Kirk said some of the stolen weapons were recovered, but he did not know how many. - (Black-on-white)

    Demonic black man tortured 3 of 4 homicide victims – (2 of the victims were White)
Winston Bernard Black JrAnn Marie Dozier GilkersonJames David Gough JrPORTSMOUTH -- He is charged with killing four people on three days in two cities, according to court documents. But to Winston Bernard Black Jr.’s accomplices, it isn’t so much the number of people he killed, it’s how he killed them. Court documents say one of Black’s alleged victims was stabbed more than 100 times in her home, and the other two were gruesomely slain in bathtubs for little or no reason. Black, 35, is awaiting trial in Portsmouth and Henrico County circuit courts on four counts of murder and a host of other crimes. Black worked with a violent drug ring in Port Norfolk – a group whose membership includes at least three convicted murderers. Other members included Brian Townes and Keonte Key. A fourth member is identified in the transcripts by the street name “Life” (aka) Cameron Lamar Parker, who is incarcerated in North Carolina for murder. Detectives suspect members of the group killed at least nine people over the years. The three Portsmouth killings for which Black is charged happened in the span of about three months. Samuel L. “Jersey“ Martin was found dead on Nov. 14, 2011, in Cradock; James David “Scooter Dave“ Gough and Ann Marie Dozier Gilkerson were found dead in two locations on Feb. 7, 2012, in Port Norfolk. Black’s fourth murder charge stems from a June 10, 2016, homicide at the Motel 6 on Williamsburg Road in Henrico. Walter Adams, 20, was shot to death, and another man was seriously injured. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    Wilmington, NC WF cyclist, 24 slaughtered negroid hit-and-run * Worthless black man accused of killing White woman in hit-and-run
Jamell RolandApril Marie Daugherty WILMINGTON, NC — The man charged with killing a cyclist then leaving the scene of the crime had his first appearance in court today. Jamell Roland of Wilmington is charged with felony hit-and-run in the death of April Marie Daugherty, 24, on Jan. 20. According to the police report, a 2002 Mercedes hit Daugherty while traveling west on Shipyard Blvd. Daugherty was thrown from her bicycle. The car continued to drag the bike down the road. Police found the car abandoned at Cobblestone Apartments. A judge today raised Roland’s bond from $75,000 to $500,000. - (Black-on-white)

    Arrest warrants issued for (black) ex-boyfriend 'baby daddy' suspected of kidnapping (white) Streator woman
Clarence MerritteKayla StrattonSTREATOR, Ill. - Arrest warrants have been issued for a man suspected of kidnapping a woman in LaSalle County, police said. Kayla Stratton and her 11-month-old son disappeared on Friday. The child has been found and is safe, but Stratton remains missing. Police are now looking for the baby's father, Clarence Merritte. The LaSalle County State's Attorney's Office has issued arrest warrants for Merritte on charges of unlawful restraint, driving while license revoked, domestic battery and aggravated assault. The LaSalle County Sheriff's Office said a man forced a woman into his car after ramming the woman's car from behind and running her off the road at the end of East 1st Street on Friday. The male driver of the suspect vehicle then took a woman and child from the crashed vehicle and forced her into his car. The suspect's car was found a few blocks away, the sheriff's office said. A family member said Stratton had dyed her hair black the day she went missing. Police say about 10 p.m. Sunday, Streator police received a phone call from the baby's grandmother, who told them a friend of Stratton's had found the baby outside her home. The friend then called the grandmother. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Pure evil black serial sex fiend predator) suspect accused of killing (White) woman, burning body
Markius Rashad YearginHenrietta CrawfordGREENVILLE, SC - The Greenville County Sheriff's Office said a sexual assault suspect is now facing charges in connection with a woman's homicide. Deputies identified the suspect as 28-year-old Markius Rashad Yeargin. Yeargin is charged with murder, kidnapping and obstructing justice after 34-year-old Henrietta Crawford's body was found behind a Waffle House on Fairmont Avenue. The coroner said Crawford's remains were located in a wooded area, severely burned and decomposed. Yeargin is accused of violently killing Crawford after kidnapping her between Oct. 20 and Nov. 6. He is also accused of burning her body to destroy evidence. Yeargin was arrested later in November in connection with a sexual assault on Fairmont Avenue on Oct. 17. Deputies said Yeargin used a knife to coerce a victim into sex. He also reportedly sexually assaulted a second victim at gunpoint in October. He is currently being held at the Greenville County Detention Center and is awaiting a bond hearing on Tuesday morning. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Woman charged with first-degree murder in Ashland Walmart shooting (death of White woman)
Brittany WigginsAshley FrickeASHLAND, VA - An arrest has been made in the shooting death of a 25-year-old woman in an Ashland Walmart parking lot. Brittany Wiggins, 24, faces first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of Ashley Fricke. Fricke, 25, of Woodford, was found shot dead inside a car in the Walmart parking lot in the 100 block of South Hill Carter Parkway around 11 p.m. Saturday. Police said a verbal fight between Wiggins and Fricke may have led to the shooting. Officers say Wiggins was captured on surveillance video at the Walmart. Wiggins also faces charges of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and shooting into an occupied vehicle. She is being held at Pamunkey Regional Jail. - (Black-on-white)

    (Retarded-looking evil black mouth-breathing predator) arrested in West Palm Beach fatal shooting (of White man)
Javon CharlesNicholas Edward OlsonA 21-year-old man was arrested in the February fatal shooting of a man in West Palm Beach, according to city police. Javon Charles, 21, faces charges of first-degree murder with a firearm, robbery with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a felon. On Feb. 7, 31-year-old Nicholas Olson was found shot in a blue Mustang parked along Alpha Street, just south of South Australian Avenue and east of Interstate 95. Charles was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Service at his home in West Palm Beach Monday morning, according to police. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Teen killed in shooting was reportedly standing up for a friend
Philemon JacksonClyde Austin WeeksThe victim in Wednesday’s shooting at Eagles Landing Subdivision is described as a fiercely loyal teen who "loved those around him with all he had," and gave up his life while standing up for a friend. The victim, Clyde A. Weeks, 19, was killed after a fight outside a home on Jubail Drive, according to Hinesville Police. He leaves behind parents, grandparents, brothers, a young daughter and an unborn child. Hinesville police have charged Philemon Jackson, 21, with murder for the shooting, which occurred shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday. Weeks and the friend had just left the Jubail Street home when a blue Dodge, allegedly driven by Jackson, pulled up across the street and he and Weeks’ exchanged words. At some point during the argument, in which it was claimed Jackson robbed the friend earlier, Jackson allegedly put a gun to the friend’s head and Weeks told him to put the gun down and settle the dispute like men. They fought, then the friend told Menges as he and Weeks began to run he heard four shots, turned around and saw Weeks on the ground. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Detroit man charged with murder of (White) woman found in garbage bag in garage
Carissa Nicole OakmanAntenidus Montrell CollierDETROIT - A 44-year-old Detroit man has been charged in connection with the death of a woman whose body was found in a garbage bag inside a Detroit garage. Police said they found Carissa Nicole Oakman, 36, of Detroit, in a garage in the 4500 block of 28th Street. Oakman's body was discovered inside a garbage bag. Antenidus Montrell Collier allegedly assaulted Oakman on Jan. 19 and fatally smothered her. Collier is charged with first-degree murder and first-degree felony murder. He was arraigned at 2:30 p.m. Friday. - (Black-on-white)

    Police arrest one of two black men that wore killer clown masks when he murdered a White man
LeAndre Jenningsblack killer in clown maskMichael BrinkmanOmaha police have arrested a 29-year-old man in connection with the slaying of Michael Brinkman in his southwest Omaha home on Dec. 23. LeAndre Jennings was arrested Friday on an arrest warrant on suspicion of first-degree murder, use of a weapon to commit a felony and possession of a weapon by a prohibited person. The arrest was made by Omaha police homicide detectives and officers from the Metro Area Fugitive Task Force. A second suspect, who is considered armed and dangerous, is still at large, police said. Brinkman, 50, was fatally shot on Dec. 23 in his Millard home near 180th and Q Streets during what police say was an attempted robbery. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (black) men arrested in deadly shooting of (White) 18-year-old
Devonta Anderson and Tristan Jewell Brandi McCoy-Key, Josh Evans' mother Joshua EvansLOUISVILLE – The Louisville Metro Police Department made two arrests in the shooting death of an 18-year-old on Feb. 14. Devonta Anderson, 23, and Tristan Jewell, 21, are charged with murder and wanton endangerment. Eighteen-year-old Joshua Evans was shot in the 1500 block of Longfield Avenue around 4 a.m. Tuesday in the Taylor Berry neighborhood. Evans died from multiple gunshot wounds to the stomach. The coroner’s release said Evans had just celebrated his 18th birthday on Monday. Evans was found lying in the street. Another victim’s clothing show a bullet had shot through his shirt sleeve but was not injured. Through LMPD’s investigation, Anderson and Jewell were positively identified as the suspects. - (Black-on-white)
  • Facebook post adds different angle to 18-year-old's murder
    Before Joshua Evans, 18, was murdered, a post was made on his Facebook wall that threatened two individuals who are now in custody.
    The post on Joshua Evans’ Facebook page mentions Tristan Jewell by name. Joshua Evans father, Edward Evans, said the post is not a coincidence because Joshua Evans and Jewell have had trouble with each other before. “We had just got him a Playstation, it was for Christmas or for his birthday, so the guys took that - all his new games, basically all they could carry and that was Tristan,” Evans said. “That’s what started it all.” Edward Evans said that was four years ago and his son and Jewell had butted heads ever since. “The guy kept coming back pulling guns on him, threatening him,” Edward Evans said.
  • Mother of 18-year-old killed: ‘My son helped solve his murder'
    His mother said her son posted on Facebook about 45 minutes before he was killed, naming the suspects who were later arrested. “I'm not proud of the trash he was talking. I used to argue with Josh all the time about saying that kind of stuff on Facebook. She tells us the suspects are no strangers to feuds with her son adding, “Tristan broke into my son's house about a year ago and woke him up with a gun to his head.”
  • Homicide victim killed day after his birthday
  • Josh Evans Celebration Of Life

    (Black) Richmond Heights man gets eight years in wrong-way crash that killed (White) father of two
Collin LovelessJames E. HughesCLAYTON • A Richmond Heights man with traffic offenses and other crimes stretching back more than two decades was sentenced to eight years in prison Friday in a wrong-way crash in 2015 that killed a Maryland Heights father of two. St. Louis County Circuit Judge Joseph Dueker sentenced James E. Hughes, who pleaded guilty of involuntary manslaughter and driving on a revoked license. The wrong-way crash two years ago in University City killed Collin Loveless, 26, capped a more than 20-year chain of recklessness on the St. Louis-area's roads. On Friday, Loveless' father said he forgave Hughes and said he hopes he finds Jesus while in prison. "Your errant choice brought you here today and also ended my son's life," Rick Loveless told Hughes in court. "You are dangerous to us all and I hope you never drive again." - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Girl, 13, killed in Hammond crash following chase that started with beer theft by interracial couple
Julianna ChambersDonnell Howard, of Highland, and Jessica PichonHAMMOND, Ind. -- Dramatic cell phone video shows the aftermath of a crash that killed a 13-year-old girl and critically injured her grandmother when their car was struck by an SUV that was fleeing East Chicago and Hammond police on Wednesday after a theft of beer. East Chicago police said in a statement that the suspects did not just steal beer, but also ignored orders and, in trying to get away, nearly injured an officer. The girl has been identified as 13-year-old Julianna Chambers of Whiting, Ind. She was on her way home from the doctor with her 57-year-old grandmother in a Chevy Equinox when it was T-boned by a Dodge Durango being chased by East Chicago police into Hammond at about 5 p.m., police said.
Hammond police joined the chase after the cars crossed into their jurisdiction. State police said the Dodge ran a red light and hit the driver's side of the Equinox in the intersection of Gostlin and Columbia Avenue. In the cell phone video, the vehicles are left crumpled and several yards from the point of impact. The driver tries to make a run for it, but doesn't get far. State police said the driver of the Equinox, 57-year-old Theresa Paramo of Whiting, Ind., was taken to North Lake Methodist Hospital in critical condition and then airlifted to Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn. Her granddaughter was taken to Saint Margaret's Hospital in Hammond, where she died.
On Thursday, East Chicago police revealed the chase began when suspects Donnell Howard, of Highland, and Jessica Pichon, of East Chicago, tried to run from police after Pichon was caught stealing a case of beer from a store. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Witnesses Helped Des Plaines Police Find (black) suspect in hit and run that killed a White man and injured Latino man
Henry HoustonWeeping AngelDes Plaines police have identified a Chicago man as the suspect in Tuesday’s hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of a pedestrian and injured another on Wolf Road. Police charged Henry Houston, a 66-year-old black male of the 11000 block of Front Avenue, Chicago, with Leaving the Scene of an Accident Involving Death, a Class 1 felony. According to Cmdr. Christopher Mierzwa of the Des Plaines Police Investigations Department, “corroborated witness accounts, along with a collection of evidence” led police to Houston. Police said in a press release that Houston “fled the scene rendering no aid or assistance to the victims that were struck.” Roman Polniak, a 52-year-old white male of the 3000 block of Haussen Avenue, Chicago, and and Joaquin Areilano, a 56-year-old Latino male of the 5000 block of 29th Street, Cicero, were struck by a white panel van at approximately 6:05 a.m. at the intersection of Wolf Road and Jarvis Avenue. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man guilty of murder (of white 'friend'?) in 2013 Waukegan motel stabbing
Kevin Curtis Jacob K. BlumAfter more than two days of deliberations, a Lake County jury found Kevin Curtis guilty Wednesday of first-degree murder for the 2013 stabbing of a 19-year-old former Lake Villa resident in a Waukegan motel room. Curtis, 29, charged with three counts of first-degree murder, was convicted of one count of first-degree murder with the knowledge that his actions could cause great bodily harm. He now faces a mandatory sentencing range of 20 to 60 years in prison, and Judge George Strickland ordered Curtis held without bail until his sentencing. A sentencing date has not yet been scheduled. The sentencing range would not have changed if he had been found guilty of the other two counts. Prosecutors argued during the trial that Curtis purposefully stabbed 19-year-old Jacob Blum, a co-worker, in a Waukegan motel on the evening of July 16, 2013. Curtis, who took the stand during his trial last week, said the stabbing was accidental, occurring after Blum "plowed" into him on a motel bed while Curtis was using the knife to clean his fingernails. He testified the two had wrestled and engaged in horseplay previously.

    Black arrested for shooting death of (White) 65-year-old newspaper carrier
Roger BestWalter “Wes” Scott JrCHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police have arrested a man they said shot and killed a well-known newspaper delivery man in uptown Charlotte. Police were called to the 300 block of West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard near Romare Bearden Park around 2:20 a.m. Wednesday. Investigators said 22-year-old Roger Best shot and killed Walter “Wes” Scott Jr., 65, while he was delivering newspapers. Police believe Best tried to rob Scott, then shot him. As police were responding to the shooting call, another man flagged down officers at the intersection of Martin Luther King Blvd. and South Tryon Street. That man, who police announced Thursday morning was Best, said he was shot and was rushed to the hospital, where he is still recovering.
Police have not said how Best was shot. Once he is released from the hospital, Best will be booked into the Mecklenburg County Jail, charged with murder, attempted armed robbery and possession of a firearm by a felon. Best has been arrested seven times since 2015, according to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Convenience store clerk slain in robbery by (teen criminal parasite with Ebonic name 'Jerrell') at Guess Road Family Fare store
John Wesley Pruitt Jrsuspect with Ebonic nameDURHAM — John Wesley Pruitt Jr., a 41-year-old convenience store clerk, was fatally shot while working Tuesday morning at a Family Fare convenience store at 2918 Guess Road, in what police say was a robbery attempt gone awry. According to family members, Mr. Pruitt exchanged gunfire with at least one robber, hitting him in the exchange that left Mr. Pruitt mortally wounded. Police were dispatched to the shooting at the Family Fare shortly after 7:15 a.m. Tuesday. When they arrived, they found Mr. Pruitt and another person both wounded. Mr. Pruitt was taken to Duke Hospital, where he died a short time later. “The incident appears to have been an attempted robbery,” police spokeswoman Kammie Michael said in an email. “Investigators are working to determine the circumstances at this time.” The second wounded person was taken to Duke Regional Hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound. Police did not identify the wounded person, but a member of Mr. Pruitt’s family later said the family had been told he was a suspect in the robbery. There was no word Tuesday evening on the condition of the second wounded person. “It was a robbery and they shot him,” Solis said of Mr. Pruitt. “But, he shot back and got one of them. He (the wounded person) was just a kid.” - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Daytona veteran beaten up (by three filthy, subhuman, scum demonic blacks) for trying to save turtle's life
Image of Daytona Beach turtleGary BloughRyan Ponder and Johnnie BeverittDAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Three young men were arrested Tuesday after police said they beat up a Navy veteran who asked them to stop torturing a turtle, according to Daytona Beach police. A woman was walking her toddler around a pond at Wedgewood Apartments and told police she saw three men torturing a turtle. She went home and told her husband, Gary Blough, they were “smashing up a turtle.” Blough went outside and said he saw a group of three men repeatedly abusing the animal. "The one had it over his head and he was smashing it down on the sidewalk," Blough said. "I asked them to please leave it alone, just let it go to the lake." One of the men, later identified at Johnnie Beveritt, 18, picked up the turtle and threw it down on the sidewalk; the two other men, Ryan Ponder, 23 and a 16-year-old boy, kicked the turtle toward the apartment building away from the pond, the witness told police. Blough told police that the turtle was trying to crawl away but was seriously injured and unable to walk. He told his wife to call the police after the suspects did not stop attacking the animal. After that, two of the suspects struck Blough with their hands, fists and feet. "They started hitting the back of my head and started punching me. I was able to fend off a little bit but I mean three of them, got the better of me," he said. Blough told them he did not want to fight, one of the attackers said “I don’t give a f—and I don’t care if I go to jail.”. The suspects continued to beat Blough until neighbors came out and the suspects ran away.

A Daytona Beach police officer captured all three suspects and the victim’s wife positively identified them as the attackers, according to the report. Blough told police he is a disabled veteran who was seriously injured in the Persian Gulf War. First responders said the victim suffered injuries during the attack including broken skull and facial bones, internal bleeding and a concussion. Police did not know how the injuries would affect him long term. Blough's wife set up a GoFundMe account to raise money for his extensive medical expenses. She said Blough will need surgery on his eye after the beating. Blough said he hopes the men are punished for what they did and would intervene again, without a doubt. "Yeah, I'd do it again and take the beating again if it meant saving that turtle," he said. Police found the turtle, dead, floating in the pond in a puddle of blood. “The animal likely suffered greatly during the time it was being battered by the three defendants,” the officer wrote in the arrest report. - (Black-on-white)

    Fatal Stanton Street shooting of black (estranged ex-lover) ruled justified
Thomas RomanowskiRobert HoodJacqueline NewtonWILKES-BARRE — Authorities will not file charges in the fatal shooting of a 34-year-old man on Stanton Street last June. The parents of Robert Hood vowed to continue fighting after authorities ruled the fatal shooting of their son a justifiable homicide. Hood died after a shooting at 320 Stanton St. in Wilkes-Barre on June 24. The coroner ruled his death a homicide a few days later. Thomas Romanowski, 67, owned the home at 320 Stanton St. and lived there with Jacqueline Newton, 32, who has a child with Romanowski’s son and was Hood’s estranged ex-lover at the time of the shooting. According to the district attorney’s office, a man at 320 Stanton St. shot Hood after Hood attacked and cut him “with a shiny object.” The man drew a firearm and fired several times, striking Hood. Hood then fled into the yard and “succumbed to his injuries.” The release states Salavantis has ruled “the use of force by the male justified.”
The release does not specifically identify Romanowski, but describes previous incidents between Hood, Romanowski and Newton as an “extensive history resulting” in the shooting death of Hood. Court documents indicate Hood previously harassed Romanowski and Newton for a period of 18 months — police alleged Hood broke into the Stanton Street home and assaulted them in December 2014. In November 2015, Hood beat Newton unconscious by slamming her head off the pavement then tried to drag her away, according to arrest papers and the district attorney’s office. Romanowski shot and wounded Hood then, police said. Romanowski was not charged in that incident, but Hood was charged with assault, disorderly conduct and harassment.
The fatal shooting occurred days after Hood posted bail on those charges, the district attorney’s office said. According to the release, investigators found Hood had been contacting Newton and “threatening to kill her, the male with whom she was living and himself” before the night of the fatal shooting. Authorities said Hood broke into 320 Stanton St. through a rear window that night and made similar threats when Newton returned to the home. Hood attacked Romanowski, leading Romanowski to draw his gun and fire several times, ultimately killing Hood. - (Black-on-white)


Trial starting for black killer of Raymond Burnett, (White) Mayfield man stabbed to death in his neighborhood (by black)
Christopher DicksonRaymond BurnettMAYFIELD, Ky. - A man stabbed to death in the street is being remembered for his kindness, while another faces the highest charge possible. Christopher Dickson learned he is charged with murder in the stabbing death of 65-year-old Raymond Burnett. His court-appointed attorney entered a not guilty plea. Graves County Judge Deborah Hawkins Crooks set his bond at one million dollars, cash, before recusing herself from the case. She went to church with the victim and said she knew him. Police said Burnett got into a fight with Christopher Dickson Tuesday night. Right across the street is where the fight ended when Burnett collapsed on Renee Shaw's front lawn. She said, "I just heard somebody yell. I ran outside, and Raymond was laying in my yard." Toni Montgomery said she jumped into action when Burnett told her he had been stabbed. At the time of this stabbing, Dickson was out on bail. He was arrested and charged with assaulting his grandfather back in August. That case is still pending. His criminal rap sheet shows a list of multiple crimes that have now escalated to a murder charge. Police said they say Dickson and Raymond Burnett didn't even know each other. - (Black-on-white)


    (White) South African mother found naked with her EYES gouged out after being stabbed 21 times as police arrest black beast
Frans MaelaTanya WiersA South African woman who was ambushed in her own home was stabbed 21 times before having her eyes gouged out before her naked body was discovered by her son who arrived home from school. Tanya Wiers, 44, was discovered by her son Rolf lying in her daughter's bedroom after suffering the gruesome attack. The brutal slaying has been described by police as the worst they have ever witnessed. The mother-of-three was attacked at her home in Polokwane, about 150 miles north of Pretoria. Police arrested 25-year-old suspect Frans Maela in connection with the killing. A family friend told the Bosveld Review said she had gone into the house after Mrs Wiers' husband Rolf Snr said he received a disturbing call from her son who was talking incoherently: 'I went into the house, thinking she might have died from a heart attack. What I saw was like something out of a horror movie. She was lying in her youngest daughter’s room covered by a duvet beside the bed. - (Africa) - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man who wounded (White) Williamsport cabbie in $26 robbery draws sentence of 36 to 72 years
Dante Jamile WashingtonEugene PhillipsWILLIAMSPORT - A man who shot a Williamsport taxi driver and robbed him of $26 has been sentenced to 36 to 72 years in prison. Lycoming County Judge Nancy L. Butts on Tuesday, when she sentenced Dante Jamile Washington, 27, compared the lengthy sentence to the life change the crime has had on the victim. Eugene Phillips was critically wounded when shot in the arm about 6 a.m. March 15, 2014. The bullet went into his torso, causing damage to the liver, spleen, stomach and lungs. Phillips, who testified the shooting left him devastated, said: "I would have given him anything he wanted including the cab. He didn't have to shoot me." He was working two jobs at the time to make ends meet, he said. Part of Washington's sentence was restitution of $1,568 primarily to cover Phillips's lost wages. He no longer drives a taxi. The weapon Washington used has not been recovered, causing Butts to comment: "That's a scary thought." Washington was on parole from a 2009 drug conviction when the shooting occurred. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) man wanted in connection with death of (White) woman found dead next to Sumter road
Terrance Kwamaine WilliamsBarbara Lynn GrubbWILDWOOD, Fla. - An arrest warrant was issued Monday for a 21-year-old man after a woman was found dead next to a Sumter County road, officials said. The Sumter County Sheriff's Office said it is looking for Terrance Kwamaine Williams of Wildwood. He's wanted on charges of second-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in the death of Barbara Lynn Grubb. Deputies were called to the 9200 block of County Road 231, in Wildwood at 11:18 a.m. Sunday and found Grubb, 35, dead on the side of the road. Deputies said Grubb suffered upper body trauma. Grubb had been arrested several times in Marion County, where she lived, for petit theft, grand theft auto, prostitution and violation for probation, officials said. Her most recent arrest was in 2015, records show. - (Black-on-white)

    (LGBT-Queer dirty deviant black) man sentenced to life for 2014 murder denied relief by state Superior Court
Vandy BlankenshipWeeping AngelA City man sentenced to life in prison for the 2014 murder of his roommate is not getting relief from the state Superior Court. Vandy Blankenship, 54, challenged whether Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas inappropriately denied a pretrial motion to supress evidence in the homicide case. Blankenship was found guilty of killing (LGBT-Queer) Donald Reinmiller, 60, in his home at 814 N. Lime St. on Sept. 3, 2014. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Homeless man with HIV rapes (White) woman near Chattahoochee River, police say
Joseph Lee SimsA homeless man with HIV raped a woman on Feb. 3 near the Chattahoochee River at the intersection of First Avenue and 17th Street, according to testimony Monday in Columbus Recorder’s Court. Joseph Lee Sims, 55, pleaded not guilty to rape, sodomy, reckless conduct HIV and giving false information to police. Columbus Police Officer Christina Lombardo said she was called to the Homeless Resource Network at 2221 Second Ave. around 9:20 a.m. Feb. 3 to investigate a sexual assault. Lombardo said as Sims was being transported to the jail, he denied raping the woman. When he arrived, he allegedly made another statement to detectives about the incident. “He stated that he ‘had the white b---- without a condom,’” Lombardo testified. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man Gets 39 Years For Humboldt Park Fatal Shooting In 2015
Ladarren M. BallCHICAGO — A man has been sentenced to 39 years in prison for a fatal shooting in the West Side Humboldt Park neighborhood in 2015. Ladarren M. Ball, 32, was found guilty of murder Dec. 20, 2016 after a trial before Judge Vincent Gaughan, according to Cook County court records. About 6 p.m. on Sept. 19, 2015, Zika Urosevicwas standing with a group of people in the 1200 block of North Keeler when Ball walked up and started shooting, authorities said at the time. Urosevic, 38, was shot in the back of the neck and died at the scene, authorities said. He lived in the Humboldt Park neighborhood. Judge Gaughan sentenced Ball to 39 years in prison Tuesday, according to court records. - (Black-on-white)

    (Evil black sex-beast) Convicted sex offender charged with kidnapping, (defiling) and murdering (White female) Ohio State student
Brian GolsbyReagan TokesGROVE CITY, Ohio – A convicted sex offender released from prison in November has been charged in the shooting death of a 21-year-old Ohio State University student. Grove City police say 29-year-old Brian Golsby was arrested Saturday on charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery in Reagan Tokes' death. Her nude body was found Thursday near a park entrance. She was last seen leaving work at a Columbus restaurant Wednesday night. Tokes grew up outside Toledo and was a fourth-year psychology major at Ohio State. Police say they arrested Golsby after finding Tokes' car near his Columbus residence and matching his DNA with evidence gathered in and around the car. - (Black-on-white)

    (2nd Black) Jacksonville man arrested in connection with shooting death of (White) homeowner
Jamar ThompsonMaleek Williams Kyle SimpsonJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 20-year-old man faces charges in connection with the shooting death of an Oceanway homeowner. Jamar Thompson was arrested Tuesday on allegations of knowingly driving with a suspended license, improper backing, and crash - no proof of insurance. The teen, who police said admitted to shooting and killing veteran, Kyle Simpson appeared Wednesday morning before a judge. Maleek Williams, 19, was charged with murder and armed burglary. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Buffalo man who tried to shoot cop sentenced to 19 years in prison
Andre Fuller Officer Anthony FanaraBUFFALO, N.Y. – 19-year-old Andre Fuller is heading to prison for the next 19 years of his life. That was the sentence handed down by Erie County Judge Thomas Franczyk Friday morning for the man who tried to shoot a Buffalo police officer in June, 2016. Andre Fuller pleaded guilty in November to 2nd degree attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon. On June 15, he was running away from the scene of a robbery on Doate Street, when Officer Anthony Fanara caught up with him and wrestled him to the ground. Fuller, who was 18 years old at the time, pressed his loaded handgun into Officer Fanara’s chest and pulled the trigger. The gun did not go off. Two other officers quickly came to Fanara’s aid, wrestling the gun away from Fuller and putting him in handcuffs. “I think everybody is grateful - (Black-on-white)

    Retired (black judge) Herbert Curtis III (69) killed his (white female) partner Patricia Payne (54) in a murder-suicide
Herbert Curtis IIIPatricia PayneA Ventura woman died from multiple gunshot wounds Monday morning after a domestic dispute in which the shooter, identified as a retired judge, turned the gun on himself and was found dead by police. Police and other sources said the gunman was former Ventura County Superior Court Judge Herbert Curtis III, 69. Authorities also identified the woman as Patricia Payne, 54, of Ventura. Police confirmed that the two were in a relationship. Police had been called to the residence several times in the last two years for disturbances and alleged fraudulent credit card activity, according to Arroyo.Curtis was the county's first and – to date — only black judge. - (Black-on-white)

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    Round Rock gas station murder suspect driven to jail by his mother
Kendrick NewmanJohn Lawrence AmmonROUND ROCK, Texas — The suspect charged with shooting a man to death outside a Round Rock gas station on Wednesday was driven to the sheriff’s office by his mother after the shooting. Police say the shooting happened at the Wag-A-Bag convenience store located at 1490 E. Old Settlers Blvd. around 9:20 p.m. Officers originally responded to multiple calls of shots fired. When they arrived, 43-year-old John Lawrence Ammon of Round Rock was found dead in the parking lot. A witness told officers that Kendrick Newman, 40, got into an altercation with Ammon inside the Wag-A-Bag that continued outside. Police say Newman pulled out a handgun and shot Ammon multiple times, before riding away on a bicycle. His mother later drove him to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office to turn himself in. She told deputies her son confessed to shooting Ammon. Newman, who is is from Round Rock, has been charged with murder and is being held in the Williamson County Jail. Police say they have also identified Newman in surveillance video and photos as the man who shot Ammon. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged with murder in deadly November assault (on a White man)
Reginald CarrWeeping AngelPolice have charged a suspect with murder in connection with the November assault of David Bray, who later died from his injuries. Reginald Carr, 36, was arrested Thursday and charged with one count of murde. Carr was identified as the person who assaulted Bray near the Taylor Berry-South Louisville neighborhood border. Bray, 65, of Louisville, was found near the intersection of Algonquin Parkway and Rodman Street around 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 21, police said. He was transported to the University of Louisville Hospital for treatment, where he died Dec. 1, said Jefferson County deputy coroner Jim Wesley. An autopsy determined that Bray died of complications from blunt force abdominal injuries, a result of injuries suffered during the assault. - (Black-on-white)

    Abducted Off Sidewalk And Beaten For Hours by two black crack heads and white whore, (White) Wicker Man Wants Story Told
nigger suspectdirty blonde crack whorenigger suspectDan LiptonWICKER PARK — A Wicker Park man, snatched off the sidewalk and forced into a car where he was beaten and robbed by three attackers last month, says he wants to warn others about the harrowing four-hour experience that has left him partially blinded in one eye. "I am known as street smart, tough, aware and well traveled, yet I was kidnapped in my neighborhood in a well-lit crowded location. Our city is slipping into the type of society that is the likes of Third World countries," said Dan Lipton, a 46-year-old real estate agent. Lipton, who has lived in Wicker Park since 1997, says he was kidnapped at approximately 12:15 a.m. on Jan. 8 while he was standing in the 2100 block of West Division Street, a block packed with bars and restaurants. The man who pulled Lipton into the car was described as black, between 6-foot-2 and 6-foot-4, weighing up to 240 pounds and about 25 years old, Lipton said. Another black man, about 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds, also in his early 30s, was driving the car. A white woman, estimated to be between 30 and 35, was in the backseat with the larger offender. Lipton said the woman's hair was "dirty blonde." Lipton said the three attackers told him they were "on crack" and were passing around a little glass tube and smoking from it. They offered him some crack but he said no. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Drunken black muslim african alien Taxi cab driver charged in vehicular homicide (of White passenger) released from jail
Mohamed Said DiriyeShawn T. KoltiskaA Polk County District Court judge this week lowered the bond for the taxi cab driver who officials say was intoxicated and driving recklessly in January when he crashed his vehicle, killing one passenger and injuring another. Mohamed Said Diriye, 29, was released from Polk County Jail early Thursday evening after posting a $125,000 surety bond. Diriye had been held on a $550,000 cash-only bond. Roger Owens, Diriye’s court-appointed attorney, in court documents, argued that “due to the lack of certified language interpreters” it has been difficult for Diriye to participate in his defense while in jail. Diriye, who has lived in Des Moines two years, faces five charges including vehicular homicide-operating while intoxicated, homicide by vehicle-reckless driving, operating while intoxicated-second offense, and two counts of serious injury by vehicle. His driver’s license has also been suspended. The crash occurred around 3:40 a.m. on Jan. 19. Diriye, who was driving a United Taxi Cab vehicle, crossed N.E. 22nd Street, failing to stop at a stop sign and drove into a ravine, according to court documents. A passenger, Shawn T. Koltiska, 49, of Kansas was killed in the crash. Another passenger, Joseph Brian Foster, 48, also of Kansas, was injured, records show. Diriye was transported to a Des Moines hospital where a Polk County sheriff’s deputy asked the cab driver to take a breath test. Diriye continually stuck “his tongue into the tube preventing a proper test result.” A search warrant was obtained to get blood sample from Driye. Diriye was convicted of drunken driving in Minnesota in 2012. - (Black-on-white)

    Police Release Sketch Of (worthless evil black) Deep Ellum Suspect in shooting of White playwright - shot twice in face
black shooterMatthew PoseyDALLAS – Authorities in Dallas are still searching for the suspect who shot Ochre House Theatre founder Matthew Posey as he and a friend were leaving the Cold Beer Company in Deep Ellum last month. The shooting happened on January 30 at about 10:15 p.m. in the 3600 block of Main Street. Police have now released a sketch of the suspect, hoping that it will help bring that man to justice. Posey and his friend were getting into a truck in the bar’s parking lot when the suspect approached with a handgun. Posey was shot twice in the face. The young suspect then jumped into a silver four-door car with others and fled from the scene. Nothing was taken from Posey during the shooting. Police have described the suspect as a young black male, and released a sketch based on Posey’s description. - (Black-on-white)

    (Savage black sex beast) Accused Of Targeting Seniors In Robberies, Sexual Assault of (White) 90-year-old woman In Long Beach
White rape victimnigger rapistLONG BEACH — A woman was injured Thursday after being robbed at her home in Long Beach. Police believe the crime was committed by the same man, who is wanted for series of robberies and a sexual assault in and around a senior housing complex. The latest crime occurred about 7:25 a.m. Thursday when officers were dispatched to the 3700 block of Pacific Avenue, said Marlene Arrona of the Long Beach Police Department. Police said the man forced his way into a 90-year-old woman’s house, tried to sexually assault her then robbed her. As she fought him off, she was punched in the face, one neighbor said. The suspect is black, between 25 and 30, 5 foot 5 to 5 foot 11, with a thin to medium build. - (Drudge) - (Black-on-white)

    (Worthless black negro) Proctorville man who was driver (who murdered an innocent White couple) has criminal past
Broderick Lamont JonesRyan Michael Menke and Dana Michelle WilsonLUMBERTON — The Robeson County man who was driving a vehicle involved in a Monday morning accident that killed two teenagers has a history of run-ins with the law, according to law enforcement records. Broderick Lamont Jones, 38, of Proctorville, was once accused of attempted murder. He is suspected of being under the influence of alcohol early Monday morning when he was driving in the wrong lane, traveling an estimated 85 mph in 70-mph zone and collided with the car being driven by Dana Michelle Wilson, according to Lumberton police. Wilson and her boyfriend, Ryan Michael Menke, died in the wreck. Both were 18 years old and had graduated together last year from Wilmington Laney High School. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Gadsden man who shot at a (White) cop back in jail
Danny Christopher Lipscombofficer Byram HammondsNine days after his 10-year sentence for shooting at a Gadsden police officer was diverted to Community Corrections, a Gadsden man is back in jail, and prosecutors are asking that the diversion be revoked. Danny Christopher Lipscomb, 31, had been charged with attempted murder after a 2009 incident when he fired on Gadsden police officer Byram Hammonds. Hammonds returned fire, and Lipscomb was shot in the head. He pleaded guilty last year to the lesser included offense of attempted first-degree assault and was sentenced Jan. 30 to 10 years with the diversion to Community Corrections. Etowah County Chief Deputy District Attorney Marcus Reid filed a motion Wednesday asking Etowah County Circuit Judge David Kimberley change the sentence. "Although only a week has passed since the defendant was placed with Community Corrections, he has already violated the terms and conditions of his diversion and proven himself unworthy of the opportunity afforded to him by this Court," Reid's motion states. Lipscomb was administered a routine drug screen by his Community Corrections supervisor and tested positive for both marijuana and cocaine, according to the motion. "Under the circumstances, it is indisputable that the defendant has ingested controlled substances during his placement with Etowah County Community Corrections," Reid wrote. "This diversion represented an opportunity granted by the dourt for the defendant to remain in the community and prove himself worthy of a second chance. He has utterly failed to avail himself of this opportunity," Reid said in the motion. The prosecutor asked that Lipscomb be jailed immediately pending a hearing on his motion to revoke the diverted sentence. - (Black-on-white)
  • Would-Be Cop-Killer Danny Lipscomb’s Plea And Sentence A Mockery Of Justice For Gadsden Lt. Byram HammondsDanny Lipscomb Gets Away With Shooting Cop Gadsden, AL – Police Officers across the nation are troubled and angry after the light sentence for Danny Lipscomb was handed down on Monday, January 30. According to The Gadsden Times, more than 30 Officers waited to hear the sentence which resulted from a 2009 incident where Lipscomb repeatedly shot Gadsden Police Lt. Byram Hammonds. The officers were all upset when they discovered that the initial charge of Attempted Murder had been reduced to Attempted First Degree Assault, in exchange for a guilty plea. The guilty plea resulted in a sentence of 10 years of community corrections, which means no prison. Lt. Hammonds’ brother Wayne Hammonds, said that the plea sends a clear message, that “we don’t matter.” Wayne said, “Byram and me, we’re fourth generation (law enforcement officers) and that they understood the dangers of the job. He also said “when we’re attacked, all we have is the court system. When it fails us, who else do we have?” Lt. Hammonds said that he feels like the law has betrayed him according to WVTM 13. He said that the last word he had from the District Attorney’s Office was that “they would never make a deal with anyone that would try to kill a police officer. So that was really upsetting.”
    “I looked him in the eye as he looked down the sights of his gun and he kept coming directly at me, firing and looking down the barrel of that gun.” Lt. Hammonds said that he started moving back and got his gun out, but he was shot at least three times before he was able to return fire.  The lieutenant said that he knew he was going to die and that he had to do something to stop the attack. Lt. Hammond shot Danny Lipscomb in the head. Lipscomb was arrested and released the same day. Danny Lipscomb was about 7 inches taller and 100 pounds heavier than him, and that if just wanted to assault him, then he could have used his size.  Lt. Hammonds said “If he’d had his way, I wouldn’t be here today.”

    Fremont Police Release Name Of Officer Who Fatally Shot 45-Year-Old (black African) Suspect
AfricanFremont Police Department K9 teamsFREMONT, CA — Fremont police on Wednesday released the name of an officer who fatally shot a suspect on Sunday afternoon. Police had released only limited information before Wednesday on the shooting that killed 45-year-old Fremont resident Nana Adomako, but have now released a detailed description of an incident that began with a 911 call at 4:02 p.m. from a business in the 39000 block of Argonaut Way. An employee at the business said a man came into the store, “attacked” employees and was rude to customers. When the employee asked the man to leave, he took the employee’s cellphone, hit him and threatened to kill him, according to police. The suspect, later identified as Adomako, was last seen walking on Argonaut Way toward Mowry Avenue. Officer James Taylor and his police canine were nearby and at 4:10 p.m. spotted someone in the area matching the suspect description, police said. Taylor got out of his patrol car and asked Adomako, who he recognized from three prior non-violent contacts, to sit on the curb, police said. Adomako asked why he was being stopped and allegedly talked about being the “King of Fremont” and the “chief of police” and refused to sit on the curb, according to police. Taylor, who police said is an eight-year veteran of the department and has crisis intervention and defensive tactics training, then tried to put Adomako in a control hold but he pulled away. Adomako had on a jacket and the officer determined his Taser stun gun would be ineffective on Adomako and his bulky clothing so he didn’t fire it, police said. While a struggle ensued between the pair, Taylor pushed the door release button on his duty belt, freeing the police canine from the patrol car. However, the dog came up and mistakenly bit the officer, according to police. Adomako then allegedly punched Taylor on the left side of his head, and a witness told investigators they heard the impact of the punch to the officer’s head, police said. Fearing for his life, Taylor fired three shots from close range, striking Adomako and causing him to fall to the ground. A second officer, Grant Goepp, pulled up to the scene just as the shooting occurred and helped handcuff Adomako, police said. The officers called for an ambulance but Adomako was pronounced dead at 4:22 p.m. Taylor was taken to the Police Department and then to a hospital where he was treated for a mild concussion, a contusion on the left side of his face, a broken finger, scratches and abrasions and a dog bite, police said. He was released from the hospital on Sunday night and has been placed on paid administrative leave, according to police. Investigators have interviewed several witnesses in the case and both patrol cars at the scene were equipped with in-car video, with Taylor’s in-car camera capturing the majority of the incident although without audio, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) 22-year-old NY man faces multiple charges after allegedly resisting arrest, fighting with (White) Mo. state trooper
Jonathan TimmonsTrooper B. RyunLAYFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. -- A New York man who allegedly fought with a Missouri state trooper during a traffic stop along I-70 Tuesday now faces several charges in connection with the incident. Jonathan Timmons, 22, was charged with second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer, third-degree assault, attempting to disarm an officer, possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabioid and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with the case. Tuesday, Feb. 7 around 11:13 a.m. Trooper B. Ryun pulled Timmons over for a lane violation. When Trooper Ryun approached Timmons' window he noticed that Timmons was breathing heavily and the smell of marijuana was coming from inside of Timmons' vehicle, so the trooper asked Timmons to step out. Trooper Ryun says as Timmons walked to his patrol car he began to reach for something near his waist, so he decided to frisk him and found a pair of scissors. Court documents say when Trooper Ryun attempted to put handcuffs on Timmons, Timmons refused and began fighting him. Trooper Ryun says the fight lasted nearly five minutes. During that time two people stopped to help the trooper including a 74-year-old woman. Timmons kicked her in the face and caused her nose to bleed when she attempted to restrain his legs. - (Black-on-white)

    (white) Mom describes 'terror' with (mixed-race) child at drive-thru window when attacked by her black 'baby-daddy'
Levenski Crossty Jessica Wilson"Mudshark sunglasses"Surveillance video from outside a McDonald’s drive-thru window showed Jessica Wilson rush from a car to try to hand her 2-year-old daughter to an employee. The employee can be seen reaching out the window with both arms. “Hand the child to me,” the employee said, according to prosecutors. But Levenski Crossty, the child’s father, managed to pull the child away from Wilson. Crossty got back in the car with the child and drove away, leaving Wilson, prosecutors said, stranded and “desperately asking someone to call 911.” That July 2016 incident is at the center of Crossty’s trial, which began Tuesday with opening statements before Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Jody Luebbers. Assistant Prosecutor Matthew Broo called it “a night of sheer terror” for Wilson that began when Crossty broke into the house where she was staying with her four children. The 27-year-old Delhi Township man is the father of the youngest, the 2-year-old girl. When Crossty drove away from the McDonald’s, all four children were inside the Pontiac Grand Am. Wilson was left badly beaten, with two black eyes, bruises, a cut on her head, and a bite mark on her hand. Earlier at the house, Broo said Crossty climbed in through a window after pushing in an air conditioning unit. He confronted Wilson about being unfaithful.“He was ranting and raging,” she said. Crossty is charged with felonious assault, theft and multiple counts of abduction and kidnapping. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Worthless black 19-year-old parasite charged with murder of White man in burglary shooting
Maleek Williams Kyle SimpsonJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A 19-year-old has been charged with murder after a homeowner was shot and killed Monday afternoon when he interrupted a burglary at his home, police said. Maleek Williams is also facing an armed burglary charge, police said. Lt. Steve Gallaher said 50-year-old Kyle Simpson returned to his home on Native Dancer Court about 2:30 p.m. Monday and walked in on Williams and another man burglarizing his home. Simpson's family and friends said he was a veteran of over 20 years in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany. “It's so sad he can go to war, not get injured, but come home and get shot and left for dead," Simpson's nephew, Brandon Engle, said. "It blows me away.” A neighborhood mail carrier told detectives that he saw Simpson open his garage door before he was met by two men coming out of the home. Williams shot Simpson, and the two left him for dead and drove away in a 2010 black Ford Escape, Gallaher said. Surveillance video from a neighbor's home showed what appeared to be the suspects' SUV leaving the home after the shooting. During his interview with detectives, Williams confessed to the burglary and to shooting Simpson, Gallaher said. He also gave police the name of the other man who was with him during the burglary. Police have found the second man, whose name has not been released, and are questioning him. - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Man in ‘wrong place, wrong time’ when shot at Gwinnett gas station by cold-blooded black killer
Vitali Mialikblack killerNickolas YoungThe sister of a man killed Friday in a gas station shooting says he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Lena Mialik said that her brother, Vitali Mialik, “was the kindest person ever.” He was found about 11:15 p.m. in the parking lot of the Valero station in the 1700 block of Beaver Ruin Road in unincorporated Norcross. The 34-year-old, who had been a Suwanee resident for nine years, was trying to earn enough money to bring his wife and two children to the United States from the eastern European county of Belarus. The couple have a 4-year-old son and a 2-month-old daughter. “We are trying to get her a visa so she can come and say goodbye to him,” Mialik told the television station. One of two armed black men grabbed an assault rifle from an SUV and shot Mialik in the neck after the men left the store, Pihera said. The men then drove away. - (Black-on-white)

cliche - a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought - the old cliché ‘wrong place, wrong time
synonyms: platitude, hackneyed phrase, commonplace, banality, stock phrase, trite phrase - About 38,800,000 results
More accurately stated as 'unfortunately being in the proximity of a feral criminal black predator at the time'.

  • Psalm 140:1 - Deliver me, O LORD, from evil men; preserve me from violent men

    Syracuse police charge (cowardly criminal worthless black) teenager with murder (of White man) - shot in the back
Khani JohnsonJason M. DavisSYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A teenager has been charged in Syracuse with murder. Khani Johnson, 18, was arrested by the Syracuse Police Department and charged with second-degree murder and first-degree robbery. He was also arrested by the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office and charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Syracuse police asked the public for help in January finding a suspect named Khani Johnson, a 17-year-old Syracuse teenager suspected of shooting Jason M. Davis to death on Dec. 14, 2016. Johnson was wanted on a warrant for second-degree murder and first-degree robbery. Davis, 39, of North Syracuse, was shot in the back in the 100 block of Ballantyne Road near Ballantyne Garden Apartments. He later died at Upstate University Hospital. - (Black-on-white)

      (White) Daughter of knife rampage victim Darlene Horton demands (black muslim African Somalie) killer is locked up indefinitely
Darlene HortonZakaria BulhanThe daughter of a US teacher stabbed to death during a mentally ill teenager’s rampage through Russell Square today called for her killer to be locked up indefinitely. Darlene Horton, 64, was knifed in the back by 19-year-old Zakaria Bulhan as he roamed through central London armed with a kitchen knife while in the grip of a psychotic episode. She suffered wounds to her lung and heart and died in the street, on August 3 last year, just a day before she and her husband were due to return home to Tallahassee in Florida. Today at the Old Bailey, Bulhan pleaded guilty to manslaughter by diminished responsibility and charges of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm of five other victims. He gave his father the slip at a mosque hours before going on the rampage. A police officer said he was "very close" to shooting Bulhan dead, saying: "It had to be a pre-emptive strike. We could not let him get around the corner." - (Black-on-white)

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    Black boyfriend murders his (white) girlfriend and the innocent (White) daughter of the miscegenous mudshark
Veartis Tyrone WallaceMarissalynn Grace TaylorJennifer TaylorFITZGERALD, GA - A mother and her nine-year-old daughter were shot and killed in Fitzgerald before 6:00 p.m. Thursday night. It happened in the 400 block of West Orange Street. Chief Bill Smallwood said police made an arrest early Friday morning. The suspect is Veartis Tyrone Wallace, 38, who reportedly was Taylor's boyfriend. "He was located at a relative's apartment at Pine Point Apartments on Perryhouse Road," said Chief Smallwood. Chief Smallwood identified the mother as Jennifer Taylor, 33, and the daughter as Marissa Lynn Taylor. Wallace will make his first court appearance Friday or Saturday, when he will be charged with two counts of murder. The shooting happened just yards away from Fitzgerald High School. - (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)


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George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
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