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  ARCHIVE for 31 March 2013

    Cannibal Zombie Hooker Priscilla Vaughn Attempts to Bite off Man's Genitals
Priscilla VaughnA hooker went crazy and tried to eat the genitals of the man she had gone to dinner with, it has been alleged. Priscilla Vaughn, 29, gave her client much more than he bargained for after the pair met online and then got together for a meal in Florida. In their hotel room afterwards she began growling and then launched herself on him, bit into his genitals and tried to gouge out his eyes. Police were called by neighbouring guests who heard growls and screams from his room. Detectives found Vaughn with blood smeared around her mouth and face. Her victim had "significant" bites to his penis and testicles.

    African witchdoctor found cooking farmer's body parts
Cannibal KettleA sangoma from Lesotho was caught cooking the body parts of a murdered farmer in boiling water when he was arrested. This transpired at the trial of Moeketsi Hopolong Mokoena, 34, in the Free State High Court on Monday, reported Volksblad. Mokoena stands accused of murdering Jan van Wyk, 82, from the farm Jakkalsfontein in 2009. Court documents showed that some of his body parts were found in a pan in his farmhouse where Mokoena was busy cooking them.

    "Black Jesus' 'Cannibal killer' escapes jail along with 48 followers
Stephen TariA failed Bible class student, the 49-year-old StephenTari proclaimed himself as Black Jesus when he travelled through the highland jungles in 2006. Gathering thousands of disciples. His "flock" traveled with him. He was eventually accused in the rape, murder and cannibalism of three young girls. Villagers eventually captured him in March 2007, beat him into unconsciousness, tied him up and handed him over to police. Convicted of four counts of rape in 2010, he was not charged with murder due to lack of evidence, despite protests by the relatives of three dead girls. Wearing long white robes as he perched on a rock in a jungle clearing, Tari preached his own gospel to his disciples. Jungle communities were horrified to hear that the leader had sacrificed three young women, drinking their blood and eating their flesh as part of his bizarre religious ceremonies.

    Maryland cannibal's would-be victim sues school after they spent MONTHS ignoring warnings
 Alex Kinyua about attacker's 'satanic rants and hints at blood sacrifice' before he killed a man. The first man that a cannibalistic Maryland college student tried to kill and eat last spring is now suing the school saying that they had plenty of warnings and should have stopped the murderer before he had the chance to strike. Alexander Kinyua tried but failed to kill one man, before getting away with it and proceed to kill and eat another. Now the survivor is suing Morgan State University saying that they knew that Kinyua was a danger to others and they did nothing to stop him. In the weeks and months leading up to the first attack, Kinyua had been caught punching out walls at the ROTC office and writing satanic rants on Facebook. He later admitted that he killed and ate a different man.

   

Cannibal cop' Gilberto Valle found guilty of plot to kidnap, eat women
Gilberto Valle"Cannibal cop" Gilberto Valle was convicted today on all charges in what prosecutors called a "heinous plot" to kidnap, cook and eat his wife and several other women. A six-woman, six-man Manhattan federal court jury announced the stunning decision after 16 hours of deliberations. Valle, 28, faces up to life in the slammer for his sickening scheme, which he hatched over the Web with people he met through the darkfetishnet.com Web site.


 

 

 
  • Queer 'Canadian cannibal' who stabbed to death his Chinese lover then had (homo) sex with his corpse on tape
    Luka Rocco Magnottacollapses while video evidence is shown in pre-trial court hearing. Luka Rocco Magnotta, 30, fell to the ground and curled into the fetal position in a packed Montreal courtroom today It is the second week of a pre-trial hearing to determine whether Magnotta will go to trial for the alleged murder of Chinese exchange student Jun Lin. Lin's father earlier said: 'This is the worst thing a family can endure. We are empty'. A Canadian porn actor accused of dismembering his Chinese lover and mailing the body parts to political parties and schools has collapsed in court today, during the second week of his preliminary hearing.

    Jamaican nurse married him for green card – then killed him!
A Jamaican nurse married one of her patients to get a green card — then hastened his death to get his $1.5 million Brooklyn properties, the man’s family charges in a stunning lawsuit. Relatives of Garth Lewis, 67, claim that his marriage to caregiver Janet Lloyd was nothing but a sham — and that she “was directly responsible” for the diabetes-stricken man’s death because she didn’t care for him properly, according to court papers.

    Ex-UW-L student denied new trial; dorm rape conviction upheld
John LattimoreA former UW-La Crosse student imprisoned for raping a fellow student won’t get a new trial. La Crosse County Circuit Judge Todd Bjerke in a ruling issued this week dismissed John Lattimore’s claims that his attorney was ineffective and that the judge erred when he allowed prosecutors to present what Lattimore considered inadmissible evidence. A jury in June 2011 convicted Lattimore of second-degree sexual assault with use of force and false imprisonment after a three-day trial. The case hinged on whether the victim consented to sex with Lattimore. Prosecutors charged Lattimore, now 22, with sexually assaulting two students in his dorm room.

    Former police recruit found guilty of rape, sodomy
Chauncy RhodesA jury found a former Louisville Metro Police Department recruit guilty of sexual assault. Chauncy Rhodes, 25, was convicted of rape and sodomy charges Thursday afternoon after the jury deliberated about two hours. Rhodes sat emotionless as the judge read the verdict. Rhodes took advantage of a then-22-year-old victim following a 2011 Halloween party on West Burnett Avenue. During the penalty phase, the victim's father told the jury how the attack has drastically changed the life of his daughter and his entire family.

    Prisoner linked to 2011 rape and burglary in Federal Way
Daven Lee WhiteA state prisoner accused of raping a Federal Way woman during a 2011 burglary may end up spending the rest of his life behind bars. King County Prosecutors charged Daven Lee White, 39, with first-degree rape and first-degree burglary. White is already incarcerated and faces a possible mandatory life sentence under Washington's persistent offender law, also known as the "three strikes law." He has past convictions related to burglary, robbery and controlled substances. On Oct. 18, 2011, a middle-aged woman reported that she had escaped from an intruder at her home on SW 353rd Place. According to charging documents, an unknown suspect ransacked the woman's home, then beat and raped her. The victim fought her way free, jumped out the bedroom window and called 911 at a neighbor's house. The victim reported that during the assault, the suspect also poured liquid detergent on her and smeared potting soil from a plant over her. DNA evidence was collected from the victim, but no suspect matches were found in the CODIS data bank at the time. Nearly 18 months after the rape and burglary, in February 2013, the Washington State Patrol Crime Lab matched White's DNA to evidence collected from the crime.

    Serial Rape suspect now accused in five attacks in Boston
A “serial predator” is charged with five rapes in a four-month span in a small radius of Boston neighborhoods, authorities said today. Tikee Juan Beverly, 37, was charged in two rapes, and was indicted yesterday for three additional sexual attacks. “The evidence and testimony assembled over the past eight weeks suggests a violent and very dangerous serial predator at work in the area,” Conley said. “These were five cases of chilling sexual violence linked by Suffolk prosecutors and Boston police.” Beverly, a convicted bank robber being held on bail, will be arraigned on rape, aggravated rape, robbery, kidnapping and assault charges prosecutors said stem from sexual assaults on women Sept. 13 on Shirley Street in Dorchester; Dec. 27 on Kenilworth Street in Roxbury; and Jan. 11 on Arcadia Park in Dorchester. In addition, Beverly pleaded not guilty last month to charges he raped two women in a building on Washington Street in Jamaica Plain Feb. 2 and 3 after he charmed them into thinking they were rendezvousing for dates.

    Man sentenced to life in prison for 2008 Oconee Greenway attempted rape
A man who tried to rape a woman on the North Oconee River Greenway five years ago and attacked one of the people who came to her aid will spend the rest of his life in prison. After listening to three days of testimony this week, a Clarke County Superior Court jury late Thursday afternoon took less then two hours to find 42-year-old Gary Gaylord Ford guilty on all seven counts of an indictment accusing him of crimes committed during a spree that started when he escaped from a state correctional facility in February 2008. Western Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Lawton Stephens sentenced Ford to life without parole, plus an additional 40 years in prison without parole.

    Police Arrest Second Suspect Involved In 1991 Rape Case
A second suspect is in custody after being charged with the rape of a Charlotte woman nearly 22 years ago. Police say they arrested, Drayton Lamar Thompson (pictured), in December for his involvement in a 1991 rape case which occurred August 12th, according to reports DNA evidence was used to link Thompson and a second suspect to the crime. Authorities say they arrested the second suspect, Vernon Lamont Wylie. Wylie and Thompson were both charged with two counts of 1st degree rape, two counts of 1st degree sex offense, 1st degree kidnapping and felony conspiracy.

    Arlington ex-pastor convicted of rape denied parole
Terry Hornbuckle Convicted rapist and ex-pastor Terry Hornbuckle isn’t going anywhere right now. The parole request for the once prominent minister, who built a large nondenominational church in Arlington and mingled with celebrities, has been rejected. Hornbuckle, 51, founder of Agape Christian Fellowship, remains in prison serving his 15-year sentence for sexually assaulting three women, two of whom were members of his church. Testimony from his 2006 trial included details about how Hornbuckle drugged some of the women and smoked methamphetamine.

    Grandson charged with fatally shooting, robbing grandfather waiting for ride to dialysis
William D. Strickland A 19-year-old Chicago man has been charged with murder and armed robbery in the killing of his grandfather. The suspect, William D. Strickland, was due in bond court Saturday. Police said he and another man robbed and shot his grandfather, also named William Strickland, as the 72-year-old was in a gangway outside his home on East 95th Street earlier in March. The grandfather was waiting for a driver to take him to a dialysis appointment when he was killed.

    DNA evidence leads to rape, kidnapping charges against suspect
A man sentenced in May to four years in prison for exposing himself to a 12-year-old girl and her 11-year-old cousin in a Middleton nature preserve was charged Thursday with kidnapping and raping a 16-year-old girl in January 2012. Marcus O. Singleton, 30, who was free on bail at the time for the exposure charges, was charged after DNA evidence tied him to the rape. Singleton is charged with kidnapping, second-degree sexual assault and two counts of bail jumping. The girl told police that on Jan. 16, 2012, she was having difficulty falling asleep about 2 a.m., so she went outside on to the back deck of her family’s home. While she was outside, a man walked up, grabbed her and threw her over his shoulder, telling her, “Don’t say anything or I will kill you.” The girl said the man carried her to a car parked on Kottke Drive, undressed her and raped her. She said he then got into the driver’s seat and started to use his cellphone, so she grabbed her clothing and ran home. She said she didn’t tell anyone about the incident until the next day at school. The girl, who has bipolar disorder, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and cognitive delays, told police that she didn’t tell her mother what had happened because she wasn’t supposed to be outside after dark.

 

    Plymouth man threatened to kill cop
 Jimmy Jovan Bell A Plymouth man who police say was shooting a gun by the Susquehanna River on Wednesday evening is charged with threatening to kill a police officer who arrived on the scene. Police say Jimmy Jovan Bell, 20, was found in possession of a 9 mm pistol when police arrived at the levee near the Carey Avenue bridge about 5 p.m. "You're dead, you don't know you're (expletive) with," a police affidavit quotes Bell as saying to Plymouth police Officer Michael Thomas. Bell also made reference to his gang affiliations as he threatened that Thomas would be attacked, the affidavit says.

    FAU professor in 'stomp on Jesus' incident a Democratic Party official
Deandre PooleOn Thursday, we reported that Ryan Rotela, a devout Mormon attending Florida Atlantic University, was suspended for refusing to "stomp" on a piece of paper with the name "Jesus" written on it. The professor involved in that incident, Dr. Deandre Poole, has been identified as the vice chair of the Palm Beach County Democratic Party, BizPac Review reported. According to BizPac Review, Dr. Poole's connection to the local Democratic Party was not revealed by the so-called mainstream media.

    Oreste Perez Arrested in Connection with Sexual Assault
Oreste PerezMetro Police arrested a Las Vegas man in connection with a sexual assault that happened at a hotel near Flamingo Road and South Las Vegas Boulevard. Oreste Perez, 21, of Las Vegas was arrested Thursday afternoon. He is facing charges of sexual assault, battery with intent to commit sexual assault, kidnapping and coercion. According to police, the victim called police at about 7 a.m. March 12 to report the assault. Investigating detectives recovered video surveillance of a person running from the scene where the victim said the assault happened. A concerned citizen called police with information about the person seen in the video. Based on the information, police determined that Perez was the suspect.

   

 

   

St. Paul man Mang Yang gets 25 years in gang rape of 15-year-old girl
To the end, Mang Yang maintained he was "just in the wrong place at the wrong time" in the gang rape of a 15-year-old girl, and he asked the judge for a second chance. If that chance ever comes, it won't be for a long time. Mang Yang was sentenced to 25 years in prison for orchestrating the November 2011 kidnapping and gang rape that prosecutors say turned a vulnerable girl into a pariah in her own community. The sentence was the most severe handed down so far in the case. Mang Yang, 25, of St. Paul was convicted in December of aiding and abetting first-degree criminal sexual conduct, conspiracy to commit first-degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and committing a crime for the benefit of a gang.

   

St. Paul gang rape suspect Van Chai Xiong pleads guilty
Van Chai XiongA defendant in the gang rape case of a 15-year-old girl struck a plea agreement Wednesday, March 27, for a lesser charge. Van Chai Xiong, 19, of St. Paul, pleaded guilty to a felony count of aiding an offender. He will be sentenced May 13 in an agreement prosecutors say will get him 3-1/2 years in prison. Xiong was one of nine people charged in the November 2011 rape of a 15-year-old girl at a vacant home in St. Paul.


   

Man attempts to rape former roommate
A San Luis Obispo man is behind bars accused of trying to rape his former roommate. The assault happened around 9:30 a.m. on Friday in the 1200 block of Manzanita in San Luis Obispo. Police officers arrested 28-year-old Bryan Kim after responding to a call of a possible rape. Investigators say Kim entered the victim’s bedroom while she was sleeping. She woke up to find him naked in the bed. The woman fought back and was able to escape. She was then able to call the police. The victim sustained minor injuries.


    Louisiana man accused of robbing a couple at gunpoint then raping the female
Tyrone Lentrell PopeDetectives with the Baton Rouge Police Department are attempting to locate Tyrone Lentrell Pope, 20, who is wanted for Armed Robbery and Aggravated Rape. Just after midnight on March 23rd, a man and woman were confronted by a black male suspect armed with a gun, according to police. Police say, the suspect robbed both victims and then raped the female. Once he was done raping the female, police say a second suspect arrived and also raped the female victim while his accomplice held both victims at gunpoint. The second suspect is not yet identified, but is described as a dark complected black male.

    (Black) Pimp Forced Girl To Tattoo Eyelids With His Name
Roman Thomas IIIPolice said “Suave”, a Miami pimp, allegedly forced a 13-year-old runaway to tattoo his street name on her eyelids. The pimp, who has a lengthy rap sheet, allegedly forced the girl to a Liberty City flea market tattoo shop to get the ink done after she threatened to leave him. The vicious twist to a human trafficking case surfaced this month when Miami police arrested Roman Thomas III, 26, who was already on probation after serving four years in state prison for having sex with a minor. - (Drudge link)

    (Black) Man wanted for rape * Update: Tifton police arrest rape suspect
Quntavion Dewayne Spivey A local man is wanted by the Tifton Police Department for rape. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of 20-year-old Quntavion Dewayne Spivey of Tifton, who goes by the nickname “Tay.” Spivey has been living in Tifton for a while. He is believed to be in the Tifton area. Spivey is described as being a black male, 5’7” in height and 178 pounds with brown eyes and black hair.
Quntavion Dewayne Spivey has been arrested in connection with three rapes in Tifton. Tifton Police first arrested Spivey on March 2. He was charged with possession of marijuana which police found after they searched his home looking for rape evidence. He did admit to having sex with the first victim but he said it was consensual." The first victim is a minor. When Spivey was asked about the other two victims, police say he did not want to make a statement.

    Barstow police use Taser to subdue expelled legislator
Steven Brooks Hours after his historic expulsion from the Nevada Assembly, former legislator Steven Brooks was arrested Thursday night in California. San Berardino (Calif.) County records confirm that Brooks was arrested on Interstate 15 after taking several law enforcement agencies on a high-speed chase. California Highway Patrol officials say Brooks threw metal objects out of his window at police. Police had to use spike strips to stop the vehicle, after which officials surrounded the SUV. Brooks was placed in restraints and taken away on a gurney. Brooks was arrested for resisting a peace officer with force, willful harm to a police service dog, felony evading and for throwing objects from a vehicle.
Ref: Nevada Assembly ousts Assemblyman Steven Brooks in Legislature’s first-ever expulsion
The Nevada Democrat has been arrested twice since January and is accused of making threats toward his colleagues, including Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick. Brooks banished from Legislature: ‘We did not feel safe’
- a man they had determined is too unstable and prone to violence to continue serving as a legislator.
He attempted — and was denied — to buy a rifle, night vision goggles and body armor at a Sparks sporting goods store.

    Canadian “Most-Wanted” Fugitive Arrested in Newark for Murder of his Girlfriend
Dieuseul JeanFifty-one-year-old Dieuseul Jean was wanted in Canada for the alleged murder of his girlfriend in 1995. Officials from Interpol’s U.S. National Central Bureau in Washington announced Thursday that new investigative leads lead to Jean’s March 22 arrest. Jean faces murder charges in Montreal for the fatal stabbing of 42-year-old Juthlande Pierre stabbed to death on Christmas Day 1995. Prosecutors say Jean stabbed Pierre more than 15 times and hid her body in a basement. She was found later after a friend reporting her missing. - (Canada)

    Rickesha Burns Accused of Shoving Vibrator Into 2-Year-Old Son's Anus
A Phoenix woman is accused of shoving a vibrator into her 2-year-old son's anus, and doctors told police that surgery will be required to remove it. According to court documents obtained by New Times, 21-year-old Rickesha Burns called police Sunday, reporting that her son was bleeding from his anus.

    Brunswick city commissioner arrested in connection to fatal shooting of baby in stroller
Antonio SantiagoJames Henry Brooks Sr. Brunswick City Commissioner James Henry Brooks Sr. has been arrested in connection to the investigation of the fatal shooting of a Brunswick toddler, Brooks (pictured), 59, turned himself into the Glynn County Detention Center. Brooks' wife drove him to jail. He was released Friday morning after posting $5,000 bond on the condition he surrender himself to the Camden County Sheriff's Office by noon Monday to answer a racketeering indictment there. Brooks was charged with willful obstruction of law enforcement and influencing a witness. Tucker also confirmed those charges are related to Antonio Santiago's murder investigation. As for the six-count racketeering indictment, it alleges Brooks was soliciting people to pay him money in return for official acts and influencing others in his role as a city commissioner, including getting people's criminal records expunged so they could get hired by the city, and getting liquor licenses. This isn't the first time Brooks has been in trouble with the law. In January 2012 he was arrested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation on one count of bribery.

    Memphis man convicted of rape, assault and imprisonment of girlfriend
Joseph Jordan,A Memphis man was convicted Thursday of raping, assaulting and imprisoning his disabled girlfriend two years ago, officials said. Joseph Jordan, 47, will be sentenced on May 2. According to officials, Jordan and the woman shared a room in a rooming house in Southeast Memphis. For two days in March 2011, he beat, kicked and raped the woman, officials said. She tried to flee, but he threatened to kill her, then continued his attacks.

    Garland man gets life in fatal shooting of pregnant girlfriend
Ronnie Bass- A Garland man was sentenced to life in prison for the fatal shooting of his pregnant girlfriend and the death of their unborn child. Jurors in Dallas on Thursday convicted 21-year-old Ronnie Bass, of Garland, of murder and capital murder in the July 2011 attack. The body of 19-year-old Decia Hartfield was discovered in her car at an apartment complex. Her unborn child did not survive.

    Detroit police officer Clifton Whatley charged in robberies
Clifton WhatleyA Detroit police officer on the force for more than a decade has been accused of orchestrating a series of robberies in southeast Michigan. 34 year-old Clifton Whatley was arraigned Thursday in a Taylor court on three counts of armed robbery, two counts of bank robbery and other charges. A judge set bond at $1 million and Whatley is in custody. Prosecutors say he doesn't yet have an attorney. Authorities say he organized robberies in numerous Wayne County communities between last May and this month.

 

 

    Former Atlanta school chief Beverly Hall and 34 others indicted in APS cheating case
Beverly Hall Among those named in the indictment just handed down by a Fulton County grand jury looking into the APS cheating scandal is former school chief Beverly Hall. Hall and 34 others were indicted related to a cheating scandal that toppled her regime, sullied the district’s reputation and raised doubts about testing integrity nationwide. In the indictments, there was only one count of racketeering, which carries up to 20 years in prison. But the alleged acts of false statements and writings, influencing a witness, theft by taking were the underlying crimes that supported the racketeering charge.

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Knife-wielding man stabs teenager, 2 others inside East Liberty Target
Leon Raymond WallsAllison MeadowsLeon Raymond Walls charged with attacking 16-year-old Allison Meadows, who was shopping with family in Penn Avenue department store. Pittsburgh police said 41-year-old Leon Raymond Walls entered the store and headed toward the restroom. Shortly after, two men came in looking for him, and one of them followed him into the restroom, where he was chased out by the knife-wielding Walls, police said. (Slideshow: Photos from the scene) "Walls, missing his target, then moved towards the checkout area at the Target store where he began trying to stab additional victims who were in the store.
Walls then grabbed Allison Meadows and held her against her will at knifepoint in one of the checkout lanes to use her as a shield. Victims Hosea Davis, Mike Turner, Jobe Wright and Roland Smith attempted to subdue Walls and to free Meadows when they saw him poke the knife into Meadows' back." A witness told Del Greco, "I went back up the top of the steps, and he had this girl by the top of her hair. He just kept screaming, 'I'll stab her again.' He kept stabbing her. Me and like four or five other guys, they ran and tackled him. He cut the one guy's lip almost off. The other guy's finger was, like, hanging off." Allison Meadows, said she had surgery on her arm and back and to restore air to a collapsed lung. - (Black-on-white)


   

Three (black) Tulsa Teens Arrested For Murder Of (white) Arlington Man
Robert Horton,Jermaine SavoryDamian AndersonFrankie JacksonThree Tulsa teenagers have been arrested and charged with gunning down an Arlington man early Saturday morning. All three suspects are 17-years old and were booked at the Tulsa County Jail on Monday. Police say Jermaine Savory, Damian Anderson and Frankie Jackson admitted they were driving around looking for someone to rob when they saw 53-year-old Robert Horton, a truck driver who was delivering produce to a pizza restaurant. Police believe the teens tried to Robert Horton, then shot him in the chest. - (Black-on-white) Ref: Arlington man slain in Oklahoma robbery


    (Black) Man arrested, charged with capital murder of (Asian) University of Houston student
Rodrick Damion MitchellCharges have been filed on Thursday against a suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a University of Houston student on Dec. 18, 2011 in south Houston, police said. Rodrick Damion Mitchell, 36, also known as Damion Latroy Mitchell, is charged with capital murder in the 338th state District Court. He is accused in the killing of Hao Anh Huynh, 22, a senior biology major at UH.

    Sister of suspect in Brunswick baby murder arrested
Sabrina ElkinsAntonio Santiago Ga. -- The Glynn County Sheriff's Office confirms Sabrina Elkins, 19, has been arrested on a bench warrant for tampering with evidence. She is the sister of De'Marquise Elkins, 17, who is in custody for the shooting death of 13-month-old Antonio Santiago. Sabrina Elkins was booked into the Glynn County Detention Center at 11 p.m. Wednesday. The District Attorney's Office says her case will now proceed to Superior Court.
    Mother, aunt of Georgia baby slaying suspect De’Marquise Elkins arrested for lying to police
Karimah Aisha Elkins Katrina Latrelle ElkinsAntonio SantiagoThe mother and aunt of De’Marquise Elkins — the Georgia teen accused of senselessly shooting a 1-year-old baby to death in his stroller — have been arrested for allegedly lying to cops. Mom Karimah Elkins, 36, and aunt Katrina Elkins, 33, were booked Tuesday for allegedly giving false statements to authorities. Glynn County police wouldn’t detail what the women might have said, but Katrina Elkins has previously claimed her nephew was with the family on the morning of the shooting. Mom Sherry West was injured and her baby, Antonio Santiago, was killed in the shooting in Brunswick on March 21.
   

    (Black) man arrested for murder of his (white) estranged wife and a (white) man * Vigil planned for double homicide victims
 Aaron Powell Christina PowellMario Masciarelli Aaron Powell was arraigned on two counts of murder in the second degree. The County Sheriff's Office found the bodies of Christina Powell, 35 -- Aaron Powell's estranged wife -- and Mario Masciarelli, 24, of Binghamton, dead in a home at 4185 Lisi Lane. Harder said Aaron and Christina Powell have been married for the past seven years and have been separated for approximately three months. Harder had said Masciarelli had been hit over the head with a blunt object, and Christina Powell was strangled. - (Black-on-white)

    Charlotte DJ, Brandon Blakeney, Gets 20 Years In Wife's Death
Brandon BlakeneyBlakeney and wifeCatherine Elizabeth Ahern (maiden name)A Charlotte disc jockey has been sentenced to at least 20 years in prison for the death of his wife more than a year ago. Brandon Blakeney entered an Alford plea in court in Charlotte on Thursday. An Alford plea does not admit guilty, but does acknowledge there is enough evidence for a conviction. Blakeney was sentenced to between 20 years and 25 years in prison. Prosecutors say he strangled 34-year-old Catherine Blakeney in 2011 and lived in their home with her body for several weeks. Her body was found a few days after Christmas. A prosecutor said Blakeney also used a debit card his wife had been issued to collect unemployment benefits. - (Black-on-white)
    Ref: Restraining order obtained, dismissed year before couple's marriage, wife's death

    (Black) man accused of murdering his (white) girlfriend - setting her car on fire - body not yet found
Elijah JamesDanielle Brown Despite no body, the trial against a Tallahassee man accused of murdering his girlfriend will move forward next week. Jury selection will begin Monday in the death penalty trial against Elijah James. James is charged for the presumed murder of his girlfriend, Danielle Brown. In the past deputies have described the pair's relationship as "on-again-off-again." Brown was last seen the evening of Friday, February 5, 2010 leaving her home with James. The following Monday, February 8, 2010, Brown's car was found at a city dump in Pavo, Georgia in Thomas County. Investigators there say Brown's car had intentionally been set on fire. - (Black-on-white)

    Two (black) men charged in (white) student's murder * Two charged in home invasion murder of aspiring opera student
Anthony J. Williams, 21, and Alonzo D. Ruff, 20, (left)Aaron MarkarianProsecutors say two suspects got away with $400, a few cell phones and a little bit of marijuana after killing a UMKC student and left three others wounded. Anthony J. Williams, 21, and Alonzo D. Ruff, 20, each face 10 felony charges, including second-degree murder, armed criminal action and assault. According to police, the two men entered a house in the South Plaza neighborhood about 11 p.m. last Thursday.One was holding a gun and the other wore a red mask and carried a machete. After demanding money, the victim's cell phones and taking a small amount of marijuana, police say Ruff started shooting, killing 23-year-old Aaron Markarian and injuring three others. - (Black-on-white)

 

    Cory Stevens of Akron gets life sentence for rape of 4-year-old girl he was baby-sitting
Cory StevensAn Akron man was sentenced to life in prison after admitting to the rape of a 4-year-old girl. Cory Stevens pleaded guilty to rape. Stevens sexually assaulted the daughter of an acquaintance while he was baby-sitting her. The girl told her parents what happened when she was picked up, and Stevens confessed when he was shown the DNA evidence. Following his guilty plea, the judge sentenced him to life. He’ll be up for parole in 2023.

    Rockford Man Charged With South Loop Rape, Robbery
Deontae LathamCHICAGO – A Rockford man has been charged with brutally attacking and sexually assaulting a woman in the South Loop in January, before breaking into her home and robbing her husband. Deontae Latham, 19, is charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault, home invasion, and two counts of armed robbery for a Jan. 9 attack at a home in the 1400 block of South Clark Street. On Jan. 9, a 56-year-old woman was raped at gunpoint in her car, in the garage of her South Loop home.

    St. Paul man charged in rape witnessed by alleged victim's children
Tyron Joshua ThomasA stranger entered a St. Paul woman's apartment and raped her while two of her children were in the same room, prosecutors say. Now Tyron Joshua Thomas, 25, who lives in the alleged victim's building, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct Tuesday, March 26, in the Dayton's Bluff attack. Police responded on a report of a suspicious man lurking in the area. They found a man matching the description and identified him as Thomas. While officers were speaking with Thomas, a woman yelled from Suburban Avenue, a block north. Officers checked, and found the woman was wrapped in a blanket, "hysterical and appeared traumatized," the complaint said, adding that she indicated she'd just been sexually assaulted.

    UK: Luton man Kelsey Williams-Brown jailed for homo rape of teenage boy
Kelsey Williams-BrownA man has been jailed for eight years for the rape of a 17-year-old boy he robbed and threatened with a knife. Kelsey Williams-Brown told his victim he would stab him in the throat and that it was his "lucky day", Luton Crown Court heard. The 19-year-old, of Vincent Road, Luton, admitted robbery, rape and attempted rape, which happened near a Luton alley at 11:30 GMT on 7 January. Judge Richard Foster said the sexual assault was "despicable". - (UK)

    Macon man charged with rape, auto theft
Shawn Jeremiah Robinson A 19-year-old Macon man has been charged with rape in connection with an alleged assault at a Log Cabin Drive apartment Jan. 29. Shawn Jeremiah Robinson, of White Oak Lane, was arrested Saturday and is being held at the Bibb County jail without bond, according to jail records. A 21-year-old Macon woman called police in January and alleged that her friend forced himself on her while they talked and listened to music on her bed about 4:45 a.m., according to a police report.

    Former Bellflower High School Coach Gets 28 Years For Molesting Teen Girl
Bryan E. Shepherd A former Bellflower High School track and girls’ basketball coach was sentenced Monday to 28 years in state prison for molesting a teenage girl over a five-year span. Bryan E. Shepherd, 49, pleaded no contest in February to one count of continuous sexual abuse of a minor and two counts of forcible lewd acts on a minor. The 28-year sentence was part of a negotiated settlement of the case, officials said.

    Man gets 61 to 122 years for 2012 rapes in Hopewell, Ross Twp.
Arthur HendersonPa. — A man was sentenced Tuesday to 61-122 years for raping and robbing two women outside their Ross Township apartments last year. Arthur Henderson chose to represent himself in court last month. It took a jury less than three hours to convict him of the crimes that happened within three days of each other in January 2012. Henderson, 39, was also found guilty of a similar attack in Hopewell Township.

    Arrest made in Apopka sexual battery (rape)
James JohnsonFla. — A man accused of raping a woman he picked up off the street was arrested Monday night. James Johnson was booked into the Orange County jail, according to investigators. Police said Johnson picked up the victim in Paramore and drove her to Apopka, where the alleged incident happened.

    Man charged with sexual battery
Paul JaliebaFla. - Police arrested a man who they say sexually battered a woman and punched her in the face beforehand. Police arrested 28-year-old Paul Jalieba on Sunday. He was charged with two counts of sexual battery, battery, resisting an officer without violence, and harassing a victim. According to police, before sexually battering the woman, Jalieba punched her in the face, causing swelling and bruising. After hitting her, Jalieba began choking her from behind, police say. The woman stabbed him in the thigh with a kitchen knife and he then took her cell phone so she couldn't call 911.

    Man faces court hearing in rape of acquaintance, break-in at her home
Derrick KingA 54-year-old Ypsilanti man faces a preliminary examination on charges he broke into a woman’s house, raped her and physically assaulted her. Derrick King used a key sometime after midnight on Feb. 3 to enter the home of a woman he had dated. King used to live at the residence in the 700 block of Washtenaw Avenue. King grabbed the woman’s phone away from her as she tried to call police and prevented her from leaving. “He kept her there during the night and sexually assaulted her and physically assaulted her.” King has a long criminal history, dating back to a shoplifting conviction in 1990.

    Indecent exposure in front of children arrest for Roanoke Rapids man
Darrell Lenox Fleming A Roanoke Rapids man is behind bars and facing charges connected to two incidents of indecent conduct in front of minors. Around 10:41 p.m. March 18, a woman reported to police she was inside a local business with her 15-year-old daughter and saw a male exposing and pleasuring himself while looking at the girl. “A man was seen by multiple witnesses in (the yard of a residence pleasuring himself),” Temple said. “He was in fact speaking with two children as he was doing this and was observed by a third child talking with the other two while doing this.” Darrell Lenox Fleming, 47, was charged with two counts of indecent liberties with a child and two counts of indecent exposure.

 
  • South Africa: Outrage at rape, mutilation of teen
    Despite strong condemnation of the abuse and rape of women and children, the scourge of rape in South Africa seems to be getting worse by the day. Shocking statistics show that more than 1 million rapes take place in the country yearly, the People Opposing Women Abuse (Powa) said. The latest victim is 14-year-old Thandeka Madonsela, a grade 8 pupil from Naturena, south of Johannesburg. Thandeka, who was a pupil at Rand Girls High school, was raped and killed on Saturday. Her stomach was cut open and her intestines placed next to her battered body, according to a family member.
  • Angelina Jolie visits Africa on a mission to fight rape
  • Repairing the appalling injuries of warzone rape

  • CHELSEA CLINTON ADOPTING AFRICAN BABY
    Chelsea wed hedge fund execu­tive Marc Mezvinsky, 35, on July 31, 2010, and while sources say they’ve been trying the “old-fashioned way,” she hasn’t been able to get pregnant. ("First Black President" to get black African step-grandchild - oh joy : Þ)

 

    Teen charged with kidnapping, rape in Wayne Co. home invasion
Montrel CrawfordGOLDSBORO, N.C. - The Wayne County Sheriff's Office has arrested a teen in connection with a home invasion and sexual assault earlier this month. Deputies arrested Montrel Crawford, 16, and charged him with first-degree burglary, kidnapping and rape. He is also charged with two counts of second-degree kidnapping. Crawford was arrested on Friday, March 22. The incident happened at a Dudley home on March 8.

    Feds seek 9 years in prison, thousands in back pay, in Michigan case of forced child labor by African man
Jean-Claude ToviaveDETROIT - Prosecutors are seeking at least nine years in prison for an African man who was convicted of forcing children to work as slave labor at his Ypsilanti home. The government also is asking a judge to order $60,000 each to two children who worked for Jean-Claude Toviave, a native of Togo. Four victims last fall told jurors that they were forced to perform household duties for nearly five years until January 2011.

    Man Arrested After Woman Says He Urinated in Front of Her
George CallowayDAYTON -- A 54-year-old man was charged with public indecency after a woman flagged down police about 6:28 p.m. Saturday and told them he was urinating along West Grand Avenue. The woman told police that the man, later identified as George Calloway of 500 Salem Avenue, Dayton, was urinating and that when she noticed him in the act he turned in her direction. Police responded to the area and said they found Calloway stumbling along the street.

 

 

 

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    12 charges filed against man in Tacoma day care sex attack * Day care rape victim speaks about terrifying attack
KelliA Pierce County prosecutor filed 12 charges Thursday against a man who is accused of beating and sexually assaulting a woman at a Tacoma day care. Police said Andrake Morris, 18, is accused of beating and sexually assaulting a woman at the Tender Heart Day Care on Monday morning. Morris was arrested later that evening and made his first court appearance on Tuesday. A police source said Morris was also being investigated in connection to other crimes, including sex crimes. “I didn’t want to come out, but the reality is you have to come out. You have to say something. Because if you don’t, then those people can’t be punished,” said Kelli. Her face, eyes and head are still badly swollen from the savage beating. - (Black-on-white)

    Prosecutor: Man 'brutally murdered' neighbor by dropping TV on her head, stabbing her 54 times
Lashon T. HollmanCassandra Nelson Lashon T. Hollman “brutally murdered” his neighbor by dropping a television on her head and stabbing her 54 times, a prosecutor says. Saginaw County Assistant Prosecutor Paul Fehrman on Wednesday, March 20, told a jury of eight women and six men that Hollman, now 21, killed Cassandra Nelson in early 2012 inside her home at 923 N. Harrison on Saginaw's West Side.

    Man accused of killing 80-year-old Cocoa woman arrested
Marcus Antonio RoyalFaye JonesThe man accused of killing an 80-year-old Cocoa woman and seriously injuring a man who came to her aid Sunday turned himself in to authorities in Virginia on Tuesday. Marcus Antonio Royal, 33, will be charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and burglary with battery under a warrant issued by a Brevard County judge. Royal was released from the Brevard County Jail on Saturday at 10:15 a.m., less than 24 hours before police said he killed Faye Jones. Police described the homicide as "brutal" but did not say how she was killed. - (Black-on-white) Man just released from jail killed woman, 80

    Man Gets 15 To 30 Years For 2010 Murder In Northeast Philadelphia
William Walton Allison Edwards A man has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in the strangulation death of a woman in a northeast Philadelphia apartment more than two years ago. Forty-one-year-old William Walton pleaded guilty earlier this month to voluntary manslaughter and a drug charge in the death of 22-year-old Allison Edwards, who was found strangled in a building in the Juniata Park section of the city in December 2010. - (Black-on-white)
Arrest in killing of woman during 'strangler' scare

    White man shot and killed during a terrifying home invasion
Thomas TefftA man who was originally from the Jamestown area was shot and killed during a terrifying home invasion in Indianapolis early Friday morning. 67-year-old Thomas Tefft and his wife were in their home drinking coffee and heard a disturbance around 6:30 a.m. Friday. Tefft went to go see what was going on. "The wife of the victim grabbed her cell phone and ran into a back room. She described hearing a pop and a scream. She called police. When we arrived here on scene we found the victim deceased." Police are searching for the stolen car and the suspect who is described as a black man in his 20s. The gunman was wearing a black ski mask and a hoodie. - (Black-on-white)

   

TWO members of a notorious Lebanese gang who gang-raped women in racist and violent attacks,
have failed in their bid to have their conviction’s overturned. Gang ringleader Bilal Skaf, now aged 31, and younger brother Mohammed Skaf, who were sentenced to maximum jail terms of 28 years and 24 years, applied to the Supreme Court for an "inquiry" into their convictions in the hope that they would be allowed to appeal to a three-judge appeal court.



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