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ARCHIVE for 16 August 2016
The Color of Crime - "Blacks are statistically 50 times more likely to attack whites than vice versa"

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    Investigation into murder of (White) woman leads to arrest of (black) Hoopeston man
black murder suspectMary ThompsonDANVILLE – A 32-year-old Hoopeston man is behind bars in connection of the fatal shooting of a Danville woman. Johnnie L. Sampson was arrested around 1 p.m. Monday in the 1200 block of Daisy Lane, Hoopeston, on a warrant for the murder of 30-year-old Mary Thompson. Police found Ms. Thompson inside a vehicle at the intersection of Clyman Lane and Fowler Avenue, in the Fair Oaks housing complex, around 9:45 p.m. on Aug. 5. She died from her injuries at 7:35 p.m. the next day at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana. Public Safety Director Larry Thomason said Ms. Thompson was shot as she drove into the housing complex. He said police are continuing to investigate the shooting “and detectives have other persons of interest they are focusing on.” Thomason said Danville police worked with Hoopeston police, the U.S. marshal’s service and officers from the Vermilion Metropolitan Enforcement Group, the county’s multi-agency drug task force to apprehend Sampson. - (Black-on-white)
   

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

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

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

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

Officer Tim Smith

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

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


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

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

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

Dangers of interracial dating


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

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

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

Dangers of interracial dating


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

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

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

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

Dangers of interracial dating


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

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

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

   

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    (Black) Hit-and-run driver gets jail time as (White) victim recalls harrowing scene
Tiffany MurdaughHeather HenslA hit-and-run driver who mowed down a woman on a busy lower Manhattan sidewalk over a year ago was sentenced Wednesday to two to six years in prison after her victim read an emotional statement in Manhattan court. Defendant Tiffany Murdaugh, 35, listened intently as her victim, Heather Hensl, 38, described the April 13, 2015 collision and her serious injuries. “I suddenly felt as if I walked into the largest metal lamppost possible – only the lamppost was not stationary, but instead a moving object,” said Hensl, her voice quavering. “I felt my shoes fly off my feet – I knew I was in trouble.” She continued, “I next felt myself being thrown up into the air then felt another sharp, searing, painful impact to my head.” Hensl, a physician’s assistant, said that despite surgery on her face, a permanent indent remains on her forehead. She also had to endure months of physical therapy for a shattered knee. But Murdaugh’s lips trembled when Hensl recounted the impact of the accident on her two daughters. Murdaugh admitted she was high at the time of the accident. - (Black-on-white)

    Death penalty upheld for (black demon) convicted of murder, rape of 81-year-old White woman and 84-year-old senior citizens
Geraldine Atha MyersBailey Lamar JacksonThe California Supreme Court on Monday upheld the death sentence of a Riverside man convicted of abducting and killing an 81-year-old woman and torturing and raping an 84-year-old woman in 2001. Bailey Lamar Jackson, 45, has been on death row for first-degree murder since October 2005. Jackson also was convicted of other crimes, including attempted murder, torture, rape, burglary and robbery, and was sentenced to 212 years to life for those offenses. While state Supreme Court justices upheld the death penalty, they called for a new jury trial to recalculate the noncapital portion of Jackson’s sentence. That’s because the trial court imposed consecutive sentences for the sex crimes against the 84-year-old woman. A 2001 ruling in a separate case called for sentencing for sex crimes on “a single victim during a single occasion” to result in a single sentence. Geraldine Atha Myers, 81, who lived near Riverside Plaza, disappeared May 13, 2001 – Mother’s Day. The following month, in the same neighborhood, the 84-year-old woman was robbed, tortured, raped and left for dead. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man indicted after stabbing of two White women - one fatally
Robert GambleWeeping AngelA south Georgia man was indicted on several charges after the fatal stabbing of a woman in April. The Lowndes County grand jury indicted Robert Gamble on murder, aggravated assault, home invasion and kidnapping charges. He's accused of attacking Stephanie and Cecilia Whiddon at the Big 7 Motel in the 1800 block of West Hill Avenue in Valdosta. Cecilia died on the scene. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • UPDATE: Valdosta stabbing victim identified - April 19th 2016
    VALDOSTA, GA - About 2:40 a.m. on Tuesday, Valdosta Police officers were dispatched to a stabbing in the 1800 block of West Hill Avenue. They found two white women had been stabbed. A white 50 year old woman, Cecilia Whiddon, from Valdosta, was pronounced dead at the scene. The second victim was transported to South Georgia Medical Center, where she was treated and released.

   

(Black) Tennessee man arrested for trafficking (pimping) 12-year-old for sex
Tavarie Anthony WilliamsWhite victim of black pimpNASHVILLE, Tenn. — Authorities have captured a man accused of trafficking a 12-year-old from Texas to Tennessee for the purposes of commercial sex. The Texas child was reported missing a month ago, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. The U.S. Marshals Service learned she was possibly in the Nashville area. Marshals, TBI agents, and local law enforcement officers located her at an extended-stay hotel in Franklin. According to the TBI, Tavarie Anthony Williams aka Tavarie Alexander Williams, 36, was holding her there against her will. Agents said he took her in San Antonio after offering her a ride home but instead bringing her to Tennessee. - (Black-on-white)

   

    (Black) Bronzeville man charged in fatal hit-and-run - victim was White man
Leonard "Lenny" Joseph OlsonWilson G. JonesCharges have been filed following a fatal hit-and-run Friday. Wilson G. Jones, 27, of the 400 block of East Oakwood Boulevard, is charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving injury or death, which is a felony. Additionally, Jones is charged with felony counts of disobeying a red light and failure to reduce speed. Jones, who did not appear in court Sunday, is scheduled for a bond hearing Monday. The crash happened about 1:50 p.m. Friday. Jones was driving a yellow 2016 Ford Cargo Truck west on 33rd when he ran a red light at Indiana Avenue and hit a 2014 Ford F150 pickup being driven by a 37-year-old man, police said. Jones got out of his truck after the collision and fled on foot. The driver of the pickup, 37-year-old Leonard Olson, was taken to Stroger Hospital and later pronounced dead, police said. Olson lived in the 1400 block of Fair Lane Drive in Schaumburg. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man arrested after human remains found in Point Pleasant
Richard HurtJessica BerryMASON COUNTY, W.Va. - A man has been arrested and charged in connection with human remains found buried near a home in Point Pleasant. West Virginia State Police have charged Richard Hurt, 47, of Gallipolis, Ohio, with concealment of a deceased human body. Hurt was arrested Sunday and is being held in the Western Regional Jail. According to the criminal complaint, State Police went to a house on Abby Lane Saturday evening after getting a complaint about possible human remains on the property. Once troopers arrived there, they say they found human remains in a shallow grave. The homeowner told troopers Hurt had recently done some work in the area where the remains were found. Sunday morning, Hurt was located during a traffic stop. According to the complaint, Hurt then confessed during an interview that the victim, a woman, had died of a drug overdose. He said he then dismembered her body with a saw, put the parts in trash bags. He says he then took the bags to the property on Abby Lane, where he put them in a shallow grave that was covered with dirt and rubble. Hurt is a "person of interest" in the disappearance of Jessica Berry. Berry was last seen July 18. She was reported missing July 24. Berry is 33 years old, 5'4" tall, weighs about 120 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes. Deputies said she has a history of drug use. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Suspect Charged in Death of (white) Ex-Girlfriend
Jonathan AubreySheree Patin WilliamsLafayette, LA - Detectives with the Lafayette Police Department have charged Jonathan Aubrey (33) of Lafayette with 1st Degree Murder. The victim, Sheree Patin Williams (37), had obtained a Protective Order against Aubrey. Detectives were able to place Aubrey at the home prior to Williams’ body being discovered. Aubrey was arrested on Monday, August 1, 2016, at approximately 11:00 pm, for Violation of a Protective Order. The autopsy conducted revealed that Williams’ cause of death was strangulation. Detectives returned to the correctional center, upgrading the charge to 1st Degree Murder. The investigation remains ongoing. - (Black-on-white)
   

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    Family speaks out after apparent (black-on-white) murder-suicide - black ex-cop murdered his white wife
Franklin OsgoodMaryJo OsgoodPROVIDENCE, R.I. — According to police, MaryJo Osgood, 55, was found dead in the trunk of her husband’s car along the New Jersey Turnpike. Investigators believe she was shot and killed Friday in the garage of the home she shared with her husband, former Providence Police Officer Franklin Osgood, 61. Police began their investigation on Saturday after they were contacted by the couple’s children. The children said they received a phone call from their father and he appeared to be in a “disturbed state,” according to police. “He had spoken to another one of his children and had expressed his sorrow and sympathy for what he had done, and expressed every intent to harm himself,” said Providence Police Chief Hugh Clements. Officers responded to the couple’s Eaton Street home, but by that time, police said Osgood was several states away with his wife’s body in the trunk. New Jersey police tried to pull over Osgood’s vehicle, but he took off, crashed, then used a gun to take his own life, according to police. Col. Clements said he was in contact with a friend on the force during his drive south. “He kept shutting his phone off and not indicating his location, and then would call again and have a decent conversation with the officer and indicate his location as well,” the chief explained. “We were working on cellular forensic data to back up what he told us verbally.” - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Two (black) men charged after Shaker Heights home invasion - 79-year-old White woman victim
Brian Williams  and James Austin79-year-old White female victimSHAKER HEIGHTS – Two men have been charged following a home invasion in Shaker Heights on Friday. According to police, a 79-year-old resident said a man who had previously entered her home in June dressed as a utilities worker had broken into her house again. He stole personal items, including credit cards and her car, and tied her up. She told police she was not injured and he was not dressed as a utilities worker on this occasion. The car stolen from the home was spotted near Lee Road and Invermere Avenue in Cleveland on Saturday. Thirty-year old James Austin of Shaker Heights and 35-year old Brian Williams of Garfield Heights were inside the car. They were arrested without incident and a weapon was also recovered. A female was taken into custody later in the day but was later released without charges. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Police: Man poses as utility worker attacks homeowner in Shaker Heights
    SHAKER HEIGHTS- Shaker Heights police are warning homeowners after a man posed as a utility worker and attacked a woman inside her home. It happened Tuesday around 11:12 p.m. in the 3000 block of Palmerston Road when a man claiming to be a water department employee asked to come inside. The victim told FOX 8, "A young man came to the door and he said that he was from the water department.I was stupid enough to just let him in, and not ask for any identification." The suspect then put something to the victim's head and said, "This is a gun, and I'm going to shoot you, if you don't do what I tell you to do." The victim said the man was black, clean shaven, 6 feet tall, thin build. He demanded her credit cards, cell phone, computers and then forced her to lie down, put her hands behind her back and then tied both her wrists and feet together. Once he was gone, the woman was able to free herself and ran to a neighbor's house to call 911. "I didn't know, he said if I started to get out of it, he would shoot me so I didn't start trying to get out of it right away," the victim said. Shaker Heights police said the suspect used the victim's credit card in at least two locations.

    (White) Mother who delivered baby after double shooting (by black woman) taken off life support
Jaquelyn TysonLyric WorkTamara JohnsonGRAND BLANC, MI -- A 20-year-old woman that gave birth via cesarean section after a July 26 shooting at a Grand Blanc apartment complex has died. Grand Blanc Police Chief Brian Lipe confirmed Lyric Work was taken off life support Friday night after she was taken to Hurley Medical Center following the shooting at Grand Oaks Apartments. Tamara Johnson, 45, of Mt. Morris, was also shot and killed during the incident that occurred around 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, July 26 at the complex off Reid Road where both women were employed in the leasing office. Jacquelyne Fay Tyson, 54, was charged today with first-degree murder, assault with intent to murder and two counts of felony firearm before Genesee District Judge Jennifer J. Manley on Friday and is being held without bond. - (Black-on-white)
   

   

2 Indicted In Bellevue Murder, 1 Remains At Large
Billy Ray Plunkblack suspectJosesph WareJamal BekhtyarNASHVILLE, Tenn. - Two men have been indicted in the fatal shooting of a man at an apartment complex in Bellevue. Authorities identified the men as 34-year-old Joseph Ware and 29-year-old Jamal Bekhtyar. They’ve been indicted in relation to the death of 29-year-old Billy Ray Plunk. Officials said Bekhtyar was already in jail in Nashville on beer theft charges. He was being held in lieu of a $750,000 bond. Ware remained wanted and at large. He’s being considered armed and dangerous. Plunk was killed on July 23 after a robbery attempt at his apartment complex, the Iroquois Apartments on Old Hickory Boulevard in Bellevue. - (Black-on-white)

   
  • Police: 2 wanted for questioning in Bellevue apartment murder
    Police said Plunk had just arrived at the apartment complex where he lived when he and his brother were approached by a gunman demanding money. Plunk complied, but the gunman shot him moments later and fled to the SUV, which appeared to be driven by a white man. The gunman is described as a black man wearing a red bandana.

    (White) Man pulled over, robbed by (black) person pretending to be cop
suspecthands of White victimLAS VEGAS - Police are investigating a crime involving a driver who was pulled over by a person pretending to be a police officer. The 23-year-old said Friday afternoon while pulling out of his apartment complex near Tenaya Way and Azure Drive in northwest Las Vegas, a matte black Dodge Charger pulled up behind him. Steve said he was convinced he was getting pulled over by a police officer. “It has the police lights under the rear view mirror; it looked like it could possibly be an undercover police vehicle," he said. Steve says it all happened so fast, he did not hear sirens and he started to get a bad feeling when the fake cop came over the loudspeaker and instructed him to turn down an isolated street, just blocks from where he lived. No sirens was the first clue, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. A routine stop involves the officer activating their siren and red and blue flashing strobe light located on the front and back of the vehicle. Steve said the cop impersonator came over to his car, carrying a gun in a camouflage holster. Steve said he was forced out of his car at gunpoint, hit over the head with the gun, tossed face first to the ground, put in handcuffs and then robbed. He said the crook stole $400 out of his wallet and continued to taunt him as he tossed the dollar bills and change at Steve as he laid handcuffed on the ground. After the imposter took off his handcuffs, Steve says he told him not to follow him and remain on the ground or he would kill him. Steve described him as a black man in his 30s, approximately 6 feet tall, wearing a black polo and black cargo pants with a shaved head and pencil thin mustache with a hint of gray. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Grand Blanc woman charged with shooting 2 (White) women (one was pregnant) at apartment complex
Jaquelyn TysonLyric WorkTamara JohnsonGRAND BLANC - - A Grand Blanc Woman is now charged with the shooting of two other women at the Grand Oaks Apartments. The attack left Tamara Johnson dead and Lyric Work on life support. We got our first look at that woman as she was charged with four felonies, Friday morning. Jaquelyn Tyson appeared in front of judge on first degree murder, assault with intent to murder and two felony firearms charges. The 54 year old was a tenant at the Grand Oak Apartments and allegedly walked into the complex office building and opened fire on the two employees inside - Johnson and Work. Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton tells us investigators believe the two women were targeted. “At some point in time, the defendant said to a person who was not a victim, ‘I'm not here for you, I'm not here for you,’” Leyton said. "Then fortunately 911 was called, the police arrived, one of the Grand Blanc city police officers arrived just in time to see the suspect throw something into a hedge of bushes. What she threw turned out to be the gun and we believe it's the gun used in the murders."
Tyson has no prior criminal record. The gun was legally registered to her, and she had a Concealed Pistol License. Leyton admits this is a very unusual case. "We also have some information that the defendant may have had mental health issues, but we're going to have to look into that further," he said. Forty-five-year-old Johnson died at the hospital and 20-year-old Work, who was pregnant, had an emergency C-section to save her baby girl. Work was eight months pregnant. Because Work is not expected to survive, Leyton says the assault with intent to murder count would be changed to first degree murder. Investigators are also looking into a landlord tenant dispute in the Grand Blanc courts earlier this year as a possible motive in the case. Bond was denied in the case. If convicted of first degree murder, Tyson could face life in prison without parole. Tyson is scheduled to be back in court for a probable cause conference on Aug. 11. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Killer Gets Life Sentence In 2012 Murder Of (two white) Teenage Girls Near Oakland Park
Diantay PowellBobbie Sartain and Raquel GerstelOAKLAND — An Oakland man was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole plus 65 years for his conviction for two counts of murder and the special circumstance of committing multiple murders for fatally shooting two teenage girls near Brookdale Park in East Oakland in 2012. Before he was sentenced, Diantay Powell, who’s now 21 but was 18 at the time, apologized for fatally shooting 16-year-old Bobbie Sartain and 15-year-old Raquel Gerstel in the 2600 block of Minna Avenue near Brookdale Avenue around 5 a.m. on Nov. 25, 2012. Jurors convicted Powell of second-degree murder for the death of Gerstel, who he shot first, and first-degree murder for the death of Sartain, who he shot next as she tried to run away. Powell said he was angry at the time he fired a barrage of bullets at the two girls because he’d been high on drugs for two days . Powell’s lawyer , Darryl Stallworth, admitted during the trial that Powell shot both girls but said he should only be found guilty of two counts of the lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter because he acted rashly and in the heat of passion. Gerstel and Sartain were friends who grew up together in Alameda. Gerstel lived in San Leandro and was a freshman at Arroyo High School in San Lorenzo. Sartain lived on High Street in Oakland, a few blocks from where the shooting happened. Sartain and Gerstel were involved in (statuatory rape) relationships with Powell and his friend Antonio Edwards, respectively.
Edwards is already serving a term of 95 years to life in state prison because he was convicted last year of robbery, rape, assault with a deadly weapon and other sex charges for allegedly assaulting a woman and knocking her boyfriend unconscious in an unrelated incident.
Powell got a call from one of his girlfriends and asked Sartain and Gerstel to leave. Gerstel’s father, Barton Gerstel, said Friday, “I’m glad the trial is finally over but this doesn’t bring Raquel back.” Gerstel said Powell’s apology “kind of counts for something but it doesn’t change the fact that I can never have grandchildren from my daughter and I can never see her smile again.” - (Black-on-white)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Heavily tattooed black) man facing murder charge for death of 88-year-old White woman
Ruby DurhamTerrance AustinJACKSON COUNTY, Ala. Terrance Austin will be extradited back to Jackson County to face a murder charge in the death of an 88-year-old Scottsboro woman. Ruby Durham was found dead in her home on July 22nd. Her car was also missing. The 1994 Cutlass was found on July 25th near Jasper, Tenn. Durham's body was sent for an autopsy. Police have now charged 28-year-old Terrance Austin of Hollywood with murder. He was in jail in Marion County, Tenn. on separate charges. Scottsboro Police are still investigating. If you have any information concerning Durham's death, call the Scottsboro Police Department at 256-574-3333. - (Black-on-white)
   

    2 (Whites) shot, 1 dead, 1 (black) arrested: (Black) man accused of opening fire on crowd outside bar (over parking space)
Ricky Darnell Waiters Robert Charles JohnsonSean Patrick O’BrienAn early-morning drive-by shooting Wednesday outside a Winona bar left one man dead, a second injured, and a lone suspected shooter in custody facing murder charges. EB’s Corner, on the 700 block of West Fifth Street, re-opened for business Wednesday to customers shaken by the incident shortly after 1 a.m., where 49-year-old Winona resident Ricky Darnell Waiters drove up to the bar around closing time, spoke to a group of people gathered outside, left for a short time, and then returned to fire a gun into the group, according to Winona police. Robert Charles Johnson, 53, of Winona, was shot in the torso and pronounced dead shortly after being rushed by ambulance to Winona Health. A second man, Sean Patrick O’Brien, 27, also from Winona, was shot in the leg and in stable condition Wednesday. The motives for Wednesday’s shooting weren’t clear. It wasn’t known Wednesday whether either of the men knew Waiters, or had any involvement with him that night. Friends and a listing for a GoFundMe account set up for O’Brien and his medical expenses, which had drawn more than $800 in donations by Wednesday evening, said he was simply at his favorite bar, in the "wrong place, at the wrong time" - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Man says he forgives (worthless black thug) robbery suspect who has threatened police
Sean CaseyWilliam McLeodDEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A man who said he was robbed by a fugitive, who is the subject of a nationwide lookout following a standoff on Wednesday night, said he forgives his attacker and hopes he turns his life around. Sean Casey, 33, said two men two men pulled a gun on him as he was walking home in Decatur in September of last year. Casey said after the men put a gun to his head and stole his backpack, cellphone and wallet, they forced him to lie on the ground and began kicking him in the head. Casey said he was armed with a strong belief in God, which he believes got him through the attack with only minor cuts and bruises. DeKalb County Police said 24-year-old William McLeod is responsible for that and several other crimes. Investigators said he posted on social media that he would bring harm to police if confronted by them and posed for pictures holding several different guns. It is a threat Public Safety Director Cedric Alexander takes very seriously. - (Black-on-white)

    Father of victim wants to know why (black) sex offender was back on the street
Themba Hasaan KelleyMichael Kiriazis - White father of 12-year-old girl victimWhite teen victimPORTLAND, OR - A local father is asking why a dangerous man was out on the street after learning the registered sex offender accused of groping his daughter in a Baskin Robbins bathroom before committing other crimes was just arrested again. Themba Kelley was supposed to face a judge on his new charges Wednesday, but that court appearance never happened. Kelley refused to leave his cell, and jail staff said they’d have to force him out, so the judge set it over for Thursday. Kelley was in court at that time after approaching a 12-year-old girl at her northeast Portland home, months after he took a plea agreement after being accused of groping a girl working at Baskin Robbins in the bathroom of the ice cream shop. He was also convicted of criminal mischief after breaking into a woman’s apartment in January of this year and picked up again Tuesday after breaking into a southeast Portland home and coming into a 16-year-old girl’s bedroom. Kelley has a long criminal record spanning 27 years and four states, and Michael Kiriazis, the father of the girl at the Baskin Robbins, wants prosecutors to do more. Kiriazis said he was told Kelley would be put away for a long time and is frustrated that not only was Kelley out on the street again but that they had no idea he’d been released. “My question is what does it take to get a guy like this off the street?” Kiriazis said. “It’s just heartbreaking how he is assaulting these teenage girls and nothing happens to him and nobody’s accountable for it. The system’s broken and I’ve lost faith.” - (Black-on-white)
 
  • (Black) Sex offender arrested after breaking into home, confronting (White) teen girl
    PORTLAND, OR - A 16-year-old girl called 911 as she was being confronted by a sex offender who broke into her southeast Portland home, according to police. Officers responded to the 7800 block of Southeast Franklin Street at 2:24 a.m. Tuesday. The teen reported that a stranger was inside her bedroom. The man left before officers arrived. Police surrounded the neighborhood and a K-9 team was called out to search for the suspect. Police said the victim's detailed description of the suspect led them to 47-year-old Themba Hasaan Kelley, who was attempting to walk out of the area. Kelley was carrying items stolen from the home, according to police. Kelley's criminal history includes a conviction on the charge of luring a minor after police said he groped a teenage worker at a Baskin-Robins ice cream shop in southwest Portland in 2014. He was sentenced to probation and ordered to register as a sex offender, however he was arrested again a month later when police said he violated his probation by approaching a 12-year-old girl at her home in northeast Portland. - (Black-on-white)

    Surveillance video shows (black) intruder watching (White) Bucktown couple sleep
"Creeper ghost"Jack MackercherJordan BuranskasCHICAGO -- A home surveillance camera captured an intruder inside a Chicago couple's home watching them as they slept. Jack Mackercher and his girlfriend, Jordan Buranskas, didn't realize that a man had been lurking around their Bucktown neighborhood home in the middle of the night until they noticed that Buranskas' purse was missing. "We actually got into a little bit of an argument about it. He thought I left it at the restaurant the night before," Buranskas said. Monday evening, the couple retraced their steps by scrolling through video recorded by one of Mackercher's surveillance cameras. They rewinded to 3:30 a.m. Monday What they saw terrified them. The thief has been nicknamed the "Creeper Ghost," and is believed to be responsible for other neighborhood burglaries. - (Black-on-white)

    $500K bond for (tattooed black) suspect in armored car shootout in Aurora
Carl Rumph ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. -- Bond has been set at $500,000 for the man arrested after a shootout with an armored car guard. Carl Rumph was initially hospitalized for his injuries, but was treated and released and was booked into the Arapahoe County Jail. Rumph is suspected of trying to rob an armored car outside a Wells Fargo Bank in Aurora on Monday. It happened as a Brinks truck driver was servicing the bank’s ATM. “It was like boom, boom, boom,” said one witness who heard the exchange of gunfire. Rumph is scheduled to be in court Friday. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • 1 detained, hospitalized after bank robbery, shootout with armored truck crew at Wells Fargo
    Amber GalushaTried to take a White woman hostage.... He ran toward a nearby apartment complex and tried to make contact with a tenant who had just exited her car and was walking toward her apartment. “I just felt like someone was behind me,” said Amber Galusha, “so I turned around and there was a man in a long white (lab) coat. He had blood all over his left side.” Galusha said that the man asked her for help. “I looked at his other hand,” she said, “and there appeared to be, it looked like a knife, but he was hiding it, so I couldn’t get a full visual.” She said that’s when she put her hand up and said he needed to stay away from her. “He goes, ‘No, come here.’ And I said, ‘No.’ So I started walking toward my apartment and then that’s when he started chasing after me,” Galusha said. The tenant said she ran up the stairs to her second floor apartment, but was so nervous she couldn’t get her key in the door. “I started pounding on the door,” she said. “My friend let me in.” After shutting and locking the door, Galusha said she called 911, but was so out of breath she couldn’t talk.

    Police Arrest & Charge (black) Suspect In Murder Of 81-Year-Old (White) Man
Donald Ray GilesDonald Wayne St ClairGARLAND – It was July 4th when Garland police received a report about a dead body in a warehouse. Over the weekend, police arrested the man they say committed the murder. It took a few days before police identified the body found in the warehouse in 700 block of Shepherd Drive as that of Donald Wayne St. Clair. Police haven’t verified when or how the 81-year-old man died. A week ago an arrest warrant was issued for Donald Ray Giles, of Dallas. The 53-year old was arrested Saturday and will be charged with Capital Murder. Detectives believe Giles was trying to burglarize the warehouse when St. Clair was murdered. He is being held in the Dallas County Jail on a $1,000,000 bond. - (Black-on-white)
   


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WHITE AMERICANS ATTACKED DAILY IN POST-AMERICAN AMERICA BY NON-WHITES
AND WHITE ELITES IN THE MEDIA AND IN POLITICS DO NOTHING AND SAY NOTHING

by H. Millard © 2014
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    Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
but the Truth Can be Gleaned from Between the Lines By Nicholas Stix

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

 

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

    NATION STATES, PATTERN RECOGNITION AND RETRIBALIZATION by H. Millard (c) 2005

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