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  ARCHIVE for 15 August 2015

    More charges filed in June slaying of White man by 3 blacks
Maurice Anthony Williams JrKadarius Kipree FerrellEvin Javahn ShawBennie Wesley SigmonMore criminal charges have been filed in the June 4 shooting death of Bennie Wesley Sigmon, 48, of Danville. Police announced Tuesday that they had secured petitions for felony homicide, breaking and entering, and petit larceny against two teens — both were 17 years old at the time of the incident. Charged are: » Maurice Anthony Williams Jr., 17, of Danville was arrested without incident and is currently being held at the W.W. Moore Jr. Juvenile Detention Home. » Kadarius Kipree Ferrell, now 18, of Danville was arrested without incident and is currently being held in the Danville City Jail under no bond. “Pursuant to Virginia State Code 16.1-301, the following juvenile arrest information is being released for this particular incident due to the seriousness of the offense and age of the defendants at the time of the offense,” the release stated. Williams and Ferrell were with Evin Javahn Shaw — and in the act of committing a burglary on Rocklawn Place, the street where Sigmon lived. Shaw has previously been charged with first-degree murder on June 9; according to court documents, he has already confessed to the shooting. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Woman Charged With Murder (of White Woman) In Deadly Hit-And-Run
Alzada Elyse Dolencic Onika FieldsWAYNE – Murder charges have been filed against a woman involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident in Wayne. Onika Fields was arraigned Friday in 29th District Court on charges of second degree murder and driving while license suspended causing death. She pleaded not guilty to the charges and was ordered held. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said cars can be a murder weapon, just like a gun or knife. “The alleged defendant’s conduct in this case was dangerous to everyone who was on Wayne County roads” said Worthy. The incident began when Fields, who was driving even though her license is suspended, allegedly ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle. After the collision, police say Fields continued driving westbound. She allegedly ran another red light striking two vehicles — one driven by a 67-year-old Romulus woman who had to be cut out of her car with the Jaws of Life. That woman, identified in reports as Alzada Dolencic, was airlifted to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Promiscuous miscegenous black) Murder suspect's (white) ex-girlfriends testify
Norman ClarkZeke aborted by black fatherBrittany Eldridgeone of many white women screwed by Norman ClarkTory HurstKNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- On the fourth day in court for Norman Clark, the jury heard from several of Clark's ex-girlfriends. Clark is accused of killing his estranged girlfriend, Brittany Eldridge and her unborn son, Zeke. Eldridge was found in her Knoxville apartment, laying in a pool of blood in December 2011. DNA evidence does prove that Clark was the father of Eldridge's baby. The judge had to dismiss the jury and tell the two to behave. Tory Hurst, one of Clark's ex-girlfriends, worked with both Clark and Eldridge. She admitted she was having a sexual relationship with Clark during Eldridge's pregnancy. She said Clark accused Eldridge of saying bad things about him, claiming the child was his and ruining his life. Hurst said Clark denied the child was his. She said Eldridge compared her relationship with Clark similar to the one in the movie "Knocked Up." One woman dated Clark on and off for nine years. The only child she says she knew about was a daughter Clark had a few years ago. She said she didn't have a completely exclusive relationship with Clark. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Murder charges for (black) man accused of killing (white) woman in Murfreesboro
Brandon Richmond BowlingHeather MaplesMURFREESBORO, TN - Murfreesboro police have charged Brandon Richmond Bowling, 22, with first degree murder in connection to the death of Heather Maples. Bowling, who is listed as a resident of Bradyville Pike in Murfreesboro, was booked into the Rutherford County jail just before 3 a.m. Saturday. The arrest comes a week after Maples' body was found in her apartment on Brown Drive. Police have not said how the 22-year-old woman died. According to police, Maples visited at least two bars the night that she was killed. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Murfreesboro Man Arrested In Death Of Heather Maples
    MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – An arrest has been made in the homicide case of a 22-year-old woman who was found dead in her Murfreesboro apartment. A warrant was issued for 22-year-old Brandon Richmond Bowling in the murder of Heather Maples. Bowling was taken into custody and booked into the Rutherford County Jail around 3 a.m. Saturday. He was formally charged with first degree murder. Maples’s body was found at The Cove Apartments by a friend after she failed to show up for work at the front office of the complex. Investigators said they believe she was at Gentleman Jim's Bar on Greenland Drive from 10:00 p.m. until midnight the night before. From there, Maples went to The Handlebar on East Main Street until 12:45 a.m. and then went back to Gentleman Jim's. Around 2:00a.m., she returned to her apartment on Brown Drive. Detectives said it was not a random crime and that she knew her attacker. It was not clear how she knew Bowling. She had recently moved to the area from Texas.
  • Murfreesboro PD seeking information about 22-year-old homicide victim - Aug 10, 2015
    The victim and suspect likely knew each other. “We just know they weren’t total strangers.” “This wasn’t just a random act of violence. We believe there was a type of relationship. To what extent, we are still investigating.”
   

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    (Black ex-con) Arrested For (White ex-girlfriend's) Murder
Renese BramlettMichelle SpenceTULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police have made an arrest in the death of a Tulsa woman. Homicide detectives said a man is in custody in connection to the death of a mother at the Stonecrest Apartment back in March. Renese Bramlett is a suspect in the death of 34-year-old Michelle Spence. Bramlett, 45, fled to Illinois and was arrested there. Spence was found dead inside her SUV on March 20 at the apartments at 41st and 129th East Avenue. Her two sons, ages 10 and 14, discovered her body. Police say they first grew interested in Bramlett as a suspect because as he was the last person to Spence alive. Bramlett was arrested just outside Chicago and is being held in the Tulsa County Jail without bond on complaints including first-degree murder. - (Black-on-white)
   
  • Man charged in March strangulation of Tulsa woman arrested in Illinois
    Police said they considered Bramlett to be the suspect all along. He had a previous relationship with Michelle Lynn Spence, and after interviewing him in Illinois, Tulsa police felt there was enough evidence to make an arrest, Walker said. He has previous convictions in 2003 for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and domestic assault and battery. He served nearly four years in prison before being released in 2007.
   

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    Las Vegas Metro arrests white mother and black man in 2014 baby death
Jurissa A. Ballance and Jonathan ViningMetro arrested a man and a woman in connection with the December death of a 4-month-old baby. The baby, identified by the Clark County coroner's office as Aralee Jo Ballance, and her family were the subject of an earlier abuse allegation reported the day she was born. Family Services said the allegation was unsubstantiated and the case was closed. Four months and 27 days later, Aralee died of "complications of non-accidental injury," the coroner's office said in July. Jurissa A. Ballance, 20, and Jonathan Vining, 23, face one count each of first-degree murder and two counts each of child abuse or neglect, according to Clark County Detention Center logs. Metro alleges that around Dec. 12, Aralee was shaken and/or struck directly or against an object, causing brain bleeds, according to a Las Vegas Justice Court criminal complaint. The pair failed to "seek prompt medical attention" resulting in the infant's death. One of the child abuse counts on the complaint explains that 4-month-old "A.B" suffered "unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering." The other count explains that Aralee was injured in a non-accident form striking her or against something causing multiple rib fractures. Las Vegas police on Friday did not disclose the relationship between Ballance, Vining and Aralee.
   

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    Family Of 8 Slain In Houston, Tx. Seek Help For Burial Costs
David Ray Conley III Valerie JacksonLast week, David Conley killed his ex-girlfriend, her husband and six children inside their home in Houston, Texas. One of the victims was Conley’s own son. The family of his ex-girlfriend, Valerie Jackson, lives in La Crosse, Wisconsin. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    Metairie man booked with rape of 3-year-old girl, JPSO says
Eron DavisAuthorities arrested a Metairie man accused of raping a 3-year-old girl. Eron Davis, 22, was booked Wednesday (Aug. 12) with aggravated rape, according to a Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office arrest report. The girl's mother contacted authorities in November after her daughter complained of hurting "down there" following an afternoon away from home, an incident report said. She took the little girl to Children's Hospital in New Orleans to be examined. When asked if someone hurt her, the little girl told officials she couldn't talk about it, the report said.

    Man arrested for public lewdness on NY Megabus
Mario HarrisonVERONA, N.Y. – Early Wednesday morning, NYS Police responded to a call at a thruway service area to help a Megabus deal with a rider acting inappropriately and showing his private parts. Police removed the "patron", Mario Harrison, 24, of Maryland, from the bus for performing a lewd act. Harrison admitted to police that he was masturbating in front of other riders. Harrison was taken to State Police headquarters in Syracuse and charged with public lewdness, a misdemeanor. He is due to appear at the Town of Verona court on August 25.
   

    Police: (Black) Teen accidentally shot (white) friend in head
Christopher WatleyJoshua Wilson and black buddyJoshua WilsonA 19-year-old man is dead and his 18-year-old friend is in jail after an accidental shooting in Springfield Township on Wednesday. Police said Christopher Watley, 18, was "playing around" with a .32-caliber revolver when the gun fired and a bullet struck Joshua Wilson, 19, in the head, according to court records. Watley and Wilson were sitting in Wilson's home in the 1300 block of Woodland Avenue watching television around 3:15 p.m. when the shot was fired, police said. Wilson was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead. Watley and Wilson had been friends since their early teen years and Watley had been staying with the Wilson family for a few days before the incident, police said. Now, Watley, of Springfield Township, faces a third-degree felony reckless homicide charge related to the death. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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Arrest made in killing of woman in Cordova
Anthony OlivoSusan McDonaldMEMPHIS, Tenn. - A 36-year-old man was arrested early Saturday in the Aug. 1 killing of Susan McDonald in Cordova. McDonald, 55, was shot in the driveway of a friend's home. A witness identified Anthony Olivo and he gave a statement that he and someone else "had planned to commit a theft and were in the act of attempting the theft" when McDonald was shot. Family members say McDonald had gone to the house to pick up a friend. Officers found McDonald around 6 a.m. lying in the friend’s driveway next to her vehicle. She had been shot in the face and died on the scene. Olivio is charged with first-degree murder

   
   
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  • Prosecutors: South Jersey Man HomoSexually Assaulted Boy Scout In 1990s
    CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. — Authorities say a southern New Jersey man sexually assaulted a teenage boy more than 20 years ago, while both were involved a church’s boy scout troop. Cape May County prosecutors say 57-year-old Vincent Watkins, of Middle Township, was arrested Friday. The alleged assault occurred in July 1991. At the time, the boy was between the ages of 13 and 16. Authorities say the boy was a member of Bethel Commandment Church’s boy scout troop. Watkins also was a member of the church in Whitesboro and was involved with the troop. Bail was set at $100,000 for Watkins. He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
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    (Black) Arrested in connection with murder of (White) pizza delivery driver
Sir Jeffrey Scott CarrollJames FlanneryCOLUMBUS — Police have arrested a man in connection with the shooting death of a Papa John’s delivery driver in July. According to court records, 18-year-old Sir Jeffrey Scott Carroll was arrested Wednesday and charged with aggravated murder. According to Sgt. Jeffrey Strayer, the Columbus police gang unit arrested Carroll early Wednesday morning. Strayer said the effort to find Carroll was a collaboration between several units and involved searching through many social media pages. According to court documents, a check of Papa John’s phone records showed the call for delivery came through an online text-and-talk service. The call was eventually traced to a specific email address, which led to Carroll’s Facebook page. Investigators then subpoenaed Google for Carroll’s phone information and matched the serial number of the phone with the phone used to place the order, according to court documents. Police were called on July 30 to the intersection of South Hamilton Road and Kimberly Parkway after a report of a minivan crashed into a pole. Officers discovered 59-year-old James A. Flannery inside the van with a gunshot wound to the chest. Flannery was taken to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man arrested in 2005 Phoenix saloon murder (of White man)
Jerrold Micah BurnettChad CassidyA man was arrested Wednesday in a murder that occurred a decade ago, authorities say. The man, Jerrold Micah Burnett, 39, was arrested on one count of armed robbery and one count of first-degree murder stemming from an incident that occurred July 1, 2005, court documents say. Police say Burnett shot 29-year-old Chad Cassidy outside Wild Bill's Saloon in Phoenix. Cassidy and a friend, identified as Henry Hiter, were leaving the saloon when they were approached by two armed men. After the armed men demanded money, Cassidy was shot, but Hiter was able to get away, police say. When police arrived on scene, they found Cassidy dead in the parking lot. He suffered a gunshot wound to the head. Police say they found DNA on a cigarette butt at the scene and matched the DNA to Burnett. Police say the DNA was also connected to a July 25, 2005, robbery and murder case out of Mesa, in which a man was found dead of a gunshot wound in a motel parking lot. Burnett served 3.5 years in prison for a 2006 aggravated assault and 1.5 years in a 2001 drug case, court documents say. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Second (black) arrested in Powder Springs double homicide (of White couple)
3 year old daughter of victimsAnthony Costner and Catherine CostnerDemarco ThomasRoy HicksPOWDER SPRINGS, GA - Powder Springs police have arrested a second suspect in connection to the double homicide in which two people were found inside a vehicle, shot to death in front of their 3-year-old girl. Demarco Thomas, 22, was arrested Friday for the death of Anthony Costner and Catherine Costner. He will be housed at the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. He has been charged with conspiracy to commit a violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act, concealing the death of another, and hindering the apprehension of a felon. Roy Hicks, 39, was arrested by the U.S. Marshals August 8 and charged with murder, aggravated possession of a firearm by a felon, and cruelty to a child. Anthony Costner was pronounced dead at the scene. Catherine Costner later died at an area hospital. Their vehicle was spotted in a ditch by passersby near the intersection of Sharon and Parks drives in Powder Springs. Their 3-year-old daughter was also in the car at the time of the shooting but she was unharmed. Powder Springs police believe the shooting was not a random attack. - (Black-on-white)
   
   
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

    (Black) St. Louis man sentenced in gruesome death of (White) woman
Raheem ThorpeLauren BachLauren BachST. LOUIS, Mo. - A 43-year-old man who strangled a woman last year and left her to die in a bathtub admitted to the crime on Monday. Raheem Thorpe appeared in St. Louis Circuit Court where he was sentenced to 13 years in prison. In early June 2014, Lauren Bach was found dead in a bathtub with blunt force trauma to her head, neck and back in the 6100 block of Alaska. Thorpe was arrested shortly after on charges of first degree murder. “She was a lovely girl and fun and she belonged to something much bigger than her drug addiction: a family. She had nieces and nephews and she didn’t deserve to die in this way,” said Bach’s relative Thorpe's first court appearance. Thorpe had been held without bail when he was first arrested, but in January, St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Mullen lowered the bond. - (Black-on-white)
   

    'Today I Die': (Black) Bloods Gang Member Who Shot (White) Firefighter Is Dead After 6-Hour Standoff
James HayesGarland TyreeThe high-ranking member of the Bloods street gang who shot a firefighter in a Staten Island home Friday died in a gunfight with police following a tense six-hour standoff that had an NYPD helicopter flying down to Delaware, law enforcement officials said. Garland Tyree, 38, was found dead in the home on Destiny Court in Mariners Harbor after a shootout at about 11:45 a.m., police said. Police officials said that his death came sometime after he ascended the stairs from his girlfriend's basement apartment and opened fire with a fully automatic AK-47 assault rifle. Tactical police squads returned fire, but it wasn't entirely clear if Tyree was killed by officers' bullets or if he took his own life. A 6 a.m. post on Tyree's Facebook page included the message "Today I die." Police said writings about gang activity were also on the Facebook page. yree, a member of the Nine Trey Gangsters chapter of the Bloods, had been barricaded in the home since about 6 a.m., when he shot FDNY Lt. Jim Hayes, who had responded to the residence after U.S. Marshals tried to execute a parole violation warrant for the convicted felon. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Pistol-Whipped (White) Police Detective Didn’t Shoot (black) Attacker Due to Headlines, Union Says
Basically, the detective didn’t want to be the next (White) police officer accused of needlessly killing a (black) unarmed man. The Birmingham, Alabama, cop who was pistol-whipped unconscious last week didn’t shoot the motorist who attacked him because of the outcry surrounding the recent spate of police shootings, the head of the local police union said Thursday.
“We should be thanking the good Lord because he could be dead right now.”
    (Black) Man charged in (White) Birmingham detective's beating; outrage follows support of attack on social media
Janard Shamar CunninghamBirmingham detectiveBirmingham detectiveA Center Point man with a violent past is now charged with attempted murder in the pistol-whipping of a Birmingham police detective during a traffic stop Friday morning. Police today identified the suspect as 34-year-old Janard Shamar Cunningham, also known as Janaris Shavar Cunningham. He has at least a half dozen convictions dating back to 1999, and as many arrests in which charges were dismissed during the same time period. Cunningham is charged in the beating of a detective who is a six-year veteran of the force. Authorities said Cunningham stole the detective's gun and then repeatedly hit him in the head until the detective stopped moving.
Not long after the attack, photos began to surface on social media showing the detective lying face down on the pavement. Another photo showed him bloody and kneeling, but awake. In some cases on Facebook, the photos were accompanied by words of support for whoever beat the detective. That, police say, is outrageous. Officers are angry that any photos were shown at all, but even more so that there were some who mocked the incident. "He was laying there lifeless and people were standing around taking pictures,'' said Birmingham police Sgt. Heath Boackle, president of the Fraternal Order of Police. "If the tables were turned, and that was a suspect lying there, they would be rioting." "If the officer would have shot him, then he would have shot an 'unarmed man.' Instead, he took the gun from the officer,'' Boackle said of Friday's incident. "The officer had every right to shoot him. We're lucky we're not talking about him killing the officer." - (Black-on-white)

    (White) Former North Carolina Officer Defends Fatal Shooting of (black) Ex-Athlete
Jonathan FerrellRandall KerrickThe former police officer charged with voluntary manslaughter in the 2013 fatal shooting of unarmed ex-football player Jonathan Ferrell testified today in a North Carolina courtroom that he was "in a fight for my life" that night. "As he charged towards, he got within arm's reach and I discharged my firearm. ... I didn't know if he had a weapon on him at that time. I didn't know if he had a weapon anywhere at all," Randall Kerrick said during his second day on the stand, according to the Charlotte Observer. "He could have gotten to my weapon and taken it from me."
   

    Police: (Black) Homeless Man Sold 2 Rifles to (White) Boy
Reginald SiscoChris AltstatdBRISTOL TWP., Pa. - Bristol Township police say a homeless man sold two riffles to a 9-year-old boy in West Bristol. "He says, ‘Do you go hunting and stuff?’ And like what kind of guns do you use to hunt and stuff? I say, 'Rifles and stuff.'" Chris Altstatd said . "I felt sorry for him.” When asked if the boy thought the man needed money for food, Chris said, “He did.” His grandmother was stunned. Bristol Township police say the sale took place across from the 7-Eleven on Veteran's Highway Wednesday evening. Reginald Sisco claimed to have found the 22 Caliber semi-automatic rifle and Beeman pellet gun in a wooded area, according to investigators. "It was crazy. I didn't know if they were used to kill somebody or what?" his grandmother said. Police say the rifles were stolen the night before from R and D Automotive in Croydon where Sisco used to work; however, cops say Sisco denied stealing them. According to police, the guns were hidden around the house after the deal.

   

   

Illegal Immigrant Allegedly Slaughters Three People and Unborn Child, Leaving Behind Unimaginable Crime Scene
Brian Omar HydeAn illegal immigrant in Lee County, Florida, allegedly slaughtered three people and an unborn child in a shocking act of violence that left behind a crime scene that was “almost unimaginable,” police said. The suspect, Brian Omar Hyde, has been charged in the killings of Dorla Pitts, 37, her 17-year-old daughter Starlette Pitts and 19-year-old Michael Kelly, Jr. Police only said the victims were hit several times with some type of sharp object. Hyde reportedly crossed the southern border into the U.S. earlier this year. Police said he had blood on his clothes at the time of his arrest.

   

   

   

Diverse trio arrested in murder of White man
Arrested: Peter Jay Gould, Tardra Eterell Bouknight and Daniel Demetrius BlakeneyDavid DoyleCHARLOTTE, NC Charlotte, NC police have arrested a 3rd suspect, Daniel Demetrius Blakeney, in connection with David Doyle's July murder. Blakeney is also facing murder charges alongside Peter Gould, Jr and Tardra Bouknight. Doyle had lived in the Charlotte area for about six years and was co-owner of Tyrrell-Doyle Chevrolet here in Cheyenne. Dave Doyle’s body was found in his home on July 19 when police responded to a welfare check at a home in the 16500 block of Plantation Woods Drive. Police said Doyle had "lacerations" on his body when he was found, but have not released a cause of death. Police think Bounight, Blakeney and Gould tied Doyle up, stabbed him and stole his SUV. They're now looking into a possible connection between the four men.

   

 

 
  • New York Man Who Allegedly Plotted to Wage Jihad for ISIS Pleads Guilty
    One of three Brooklyn men charged with allegedly plotting to wage war for the terror group ISIS pleaded guilty Friday and faces up to 15 years in prison, federal prosecutors said. Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, 25, also allegedly discussed assassinating President Barack Obama in a post to a pro-ISIS website, according to a criminal complaint. Juraboev, a citizen of Uzbekistan living in Brooklyn, pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York said in a statement.
  • Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev: 5 Fast Facts

 
  • Judge seals file in Somali-Muslim suspect's murder trial
    Mohamud MohamedOsman SheikhAuthorities in Portland, Maine, have arrested three Somali-American men in connection with the brutal killing of a man inside his apartment, then moved quickly to seal the case from public view. Police arrested Abil Teshome, 23, Mohamud Mohamed, 36, and Osman Sheikh, 31, on Thursday. All three are charged with the murder of 49-year-old health-care worker Freddy Akoa.
  • Leader of Islamic State raped (female) American hostage
    The family of Kayla Mueller said in an interview Friday that the FBI had informed them that the emir of the self-proclaimed Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, had sexually abused their daughter, a humanitarian worker.

 

 

 

 


    Connecticut court bars execution of 11 (mostly black) death row inmates
HARTFORD, Conn. — Three years after Connecticut abolished the death penalty for any future crimes, the state's highest court on Thursday spared the lives of all 11 men who were already on death row when the law took effect, saying it would be unconstitutional to execute them. A look at the inmates on Connecticut's death row:
    Lazale AshbyLazale Ashby: Condemned to death in 2008 for the 2002 rape and murdered of his neighbor, 21-year-old Elizabeth Garcia, in her Hartford apartment, and was subsequently convicted of the crimes.
    Jessie Campbell IIIJessie Campbell III: Convicted and sentenced to death for the shooting deaths of 20-year-old LaTaysha Logan and 18-year-old Desiree Privette; and the shooting of Privette's aunt, Carolyn Privette in Hartford in 2000.
    Sedrick "Ricky" CobbJulia AsheSedrick "Ricky" Cobb: A former delivery man from Naugatuck, was convicted of capital felony, kidnapping, murder, sexual assault and robbery in the Dec. 16, 1989, attack on 23-year-old Julia Ashe of Watertown. Connecticut psycho, posing as good Samaritan, rapes and murders college student days before Christmas in 1989 Cobb flattened one tire of her car using a valve stem remover and, when she returned, offered to help her change the tire. When he asked her for a ride to his car, she obliged. He then forced her at knifepoint to drive to a secluded road and raped her. He then bound and gagged her with fiberglass tape and carried her to a concrete dam. He pushed her and she fell 23 feet into the shallow, icy water below. She managed to free her hands by rubbing the tape across wire mesh protruding from the concrete and gouged her face trying in vain to remove the tape across her mouth. When she tried to crawl up the bank to freedom Cobb forced her, face down, back into the water. Her ice-encrusted body was found Christmas Day. - (Black-on-white)
    Russell PeelerRussell Peeler: Convicted and sentenced to death for ordering the murder of Karen Clarke and her eight-year-old son, Leroy "B.J." Brown Jr., in their Bridgeport, Conn. home in 1999.
    Richard ReynoldsWalter T. Williams, IIIRichard Reynolds: The Brooklyn, N.Y., crack dealer was convicted in the Dec. 18, 1992, murder of Waterbury police Officer Walter T. Williams. When Reynolds determined that Patrolman Williams was in fact wearing body armor, Reynolds produced a Bersa .380 caliber pistol and shot Patrolman Williams behind his right ear. - (Black-on-white)
    Daniel WebbDiane Gail GellenbeckDaniel Webb: Convicted of kidnapping and murder for the 1989 slaying in Hartford of Diane Gellenbeck, a 37-year-old Connecticut National Bank vice president. Webb kidnapped Gellenbeck from a downtown Hartford parking garage on August 24, 1989. He drove her to Keney Park attempted to rape her, and then shot her five times when she broke free and tried to run. Witnesses testified that the last shots were fired at close range as Gellenbeck crawled across the grass. Webb fired the final shot point-blank into her face." - (Black-on-white)

    Target Stabbing Suspect Sentenced To 10-20 Years
Leon WallsAllison MeadowsPITTSBURGH – Leon Walls was sentenced to 10 to 20 years for his role in an East Liberty Target stabbing in 2013. Allegheny County Judge Donna Jo McDaniel recommended a long term mental health facility, but criticized the mental health aspects of Pennsylvania’s criminal justice system, saying she doesn’t believe there is an appropriate mental health facility that can house him long-term. The judge was also critical of Target’s naming Michael Turner as a defendant in a lawsuit claiming he helped cause the attack by bringing the encounter with Walls into the store from outside. Judge McDaniel said Turner and others helped save the teenaged stabbing victim’s life and are heroes in her eyes. The judge said she thinks Target went after the “heroes” to make the victims back down from their own lawsuit against the store. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Suspects in (black-on-White) Applebee's attack surrender
Daryon S. Jones, Jr. and Eric L. DavisWhite victimWinter Haven, Florida -- Two men surrendered on Wednesday as they were being sought in connection with the beating of another man Tuesday morning at an Applebee's. Daryon S. Jones, Jr. and Eric L. Davis were identified by a tip received through Heartland Crime Stoppers. This tip confirmed the identities of Jones and Davis after credit card information was obtained through Applebees. They surrendered in Bartow and are facing misdemeanor battery charges. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Former deputy charged in hit & run death of (white former) girlfriend
Brian KnightAshley WassilchalkA former deputy sheriff has been charged with hitting his former girlfriend with a vehicle, killing her. Wilson police say the hit and run happened around 3:00 a.m. Sunday in the 2600 block of Airport Boulevard. Ashley Wassilchalk, a mother of two boys, was killed in the crash. Police say Brian Knight has been charged with felony death by motor vehicle, involuntary manslaughter, felony hit and run, and DWI. The 27-year-old Knight was a deputy for the Halifax County Sheriff's Office, but resigned earlier this year. Police say an autopsy on the victim and a search warrant on the man's vehicle is being conducted today. Police have not said how they tied Knight to the woman's death. Knight has since been released from jail, while Wassilchalk's funeral will be at 2:00 p.m Thursday at Joyner's Funeral Home in Wilson. - (Black-on-white)
   

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    Parents fear their boys were homosexually molested by black mentor
Ernest GreenDALLAS — Two women trusted Ernest Green with their sons. He was a father figure and self-described mentor to many boys in a West Dallas housing project — a trust the mothers and police say Green violated. Green, 61, was booked into the jail Wednesday night on two counts of indecency with a child and one count of sexual abuse of a child under 14 in connection with allegations that he molested three brothers. “When you do something like this to innocent little boys, he deserves what he gets. ” Both mothers said their sons routinely spent the night at Green’s home. Most of the alleged incidents occurred while the boys were sleeping in Green's bed.

    Gulfport man sentenced to 45 years for raping, threatening to shoot woman
Kuren Cordell KeysA Gulfport man will serve 45 years day for day in prison for sexually assaulting a woman he also threatened to shoot. A jury Wednesday convicted Kuren Cordell Keys, 27, of two counts of forcible sexual assault in the Nov. 29, 2013, attack. Circuit Judge Chris Schmidt sentenced Keys to 15 years on one count to run consecutively to a 30-year sentence on the second count. The victim testified at the trial. She said Keys drove her to County Farm Road in rural Harrison County, pulled out a box cutter and also threatened to shoot her before assaulting her. The woman managed to escape after the sexual assault, running into traffic on County Farm Road, where a passer-by picked up her up and called for help. "Although Keys fled the scene, first responders were quickly on scene to provide medical care for the victim and preserve evidence that could be submitted for DNA testing."

    Indianapolis man arrested in connection with four sex crime investigations, including one near Circle Centre Mall
Randy PittsINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis police arrested a man in connection with his alleged involvement in the rape or attempted rape of four victims in July. Randy Pitts, 22, of Indianapolis, is accused of raping three females while armed with a handgun in the area of 1600 Bellefontaine Street. He is also accused of attempting to rape a fourth victim near Circle Centre Mall. Court documents reveal Pitts waited in the women’s bathroom for more than 20 minutes before attacking his victim. He allegedly shoved her in a stall and held her at gunpoint trying to get her to perform sexual acts. The victim pushed the gun away and told Pitts, ‘I’d rather be shot than raped.’ Investigators say the woman then screamed and Pitts took off.

    Police: Woman wakes to man raping her
Jerome JeansA 49-year-old Memphis man has been arrested after police say he raped a woman while she slept in her South Memphis home. Jerome Jeans was charged with rape Wednesday. He is in jail on a $40,000 bond. The sexual assault occurred Wednesday afternoon in the 100 block of E. Fernwood near Florida Street, according to an arrest affidavit. The victim called 911 to report the assault. When officers arrived, the woman told police that she was asleep and woke up to find the suspect raping her. After the attack, the suspect left the home walking and the victim pointed him out to officers.

    Know him? Police want to ask him about a rape.
black rapistPolice want to question this man in connection with a rape that occurred July 26, 2015 at the North Avenue MARTA station, 713 West Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta. A woman who was visiting from out of town said she fell asleep and woke up to find the man on top of her, assaulting her. The man is described as black male in his late 40s.

    Man Who Squirted Bodily Fluids at Women Arrested Again
Michael Wayne EdwardsMichael Wayne EdwardsA Virginia man who previously pleaded guilty to squirting semen from a bottle onto women in stores is now accused of taking photos beneath a woman's clothing at a supermarket in Northern Virginia. Michael Wayne Edwards, 33, of Centreville, was arrested Aug. 6, Fairfax County Police said Wednesday.
   

 

   
   

 

 

 
  • The Center for Medical Progress
    Watch the summary videos of specific undercover meetings from CMP’s Human Capital project documenting Planned Parenthood’s sale of baby body parts. Full footage for each encounter is also available. Intact Fetuses “Just a Matter of Line Items” for Planned Parenthood TX Mega-Center Press Release Full Footage Planned Parenthood VP Says Fetuses May Come Out Intact... Investigative Footage

 
  • Savages: American Indian Warfare on the High Plains
    In no movie of the past, and certainly in no movie of the politically correct present, have I ever seen an accurate depiction of Indian warfare and especially, of Indian torture, as it really occurred in the Nineteenth-Century.


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    Plea deal in Elyria murder case upsets defendant, family
Michael C. StumpBrady PhillipsELYRIA — Brady Phillips was not happy with his plea deal Monday, cursing in court and insulting a prosecutor, but he still went through with a deal that calls for him to serve 14 years in prison for his role in a botched 2009 robbery that left two men dead. Phillips, 44, has long insisted he shouldn’t be facing murder charges for deaths of Hermino Serrano and Michael Stump, who were killed after Serrano and Phillips forced their way into Stump’s David Drive apartment Dec. 20, 2009. The pair had planned to rob Stump of cash and prescription drugs that they thought were in a safe there. According to Elyria police, Serrano pistol-whipped Stump and, during the ensuing struggle, shot him in the head. David McDonough, who was in the apartment when the robbery began, managed to get a gun and shoot Serrano. McDonough was shot in the stomach but survived. During the gunfight, Phillips and others in the apartment fled, but Phillips was arrested within days of the killings and charged with murder. Although Phillips didn’t actually kill anyone, he faced felony murder charges because he was involved in criminal conduct that led to a killing. - (Black-on-white)
   

    'Ridiculous' cable bill dispute leads to prison time for shooting cop
Marvin Edward Ware Officer Andrea CarlsonGRAND BLANC TWP, MI -- An elderly man may end up serving the remainder of his life behind bars after what the judge called a "ridiculous" argument over an unpaid cable bill that resulted in him shooting a police officer. Marvin Edward Ware was sentenced Tuesday, Aug. 11, by Genesee Circuit Judge Joseph J. Farah to nine years and 10 months to 20 years in prison after he pleaded no contest to assault with attempt to murder for shooting a Grand Blanc Township police officer who responded to his home for a domestic dispute Officer Andrea Carlson was shot June 17, 2013, when she responded to Ware's Georgetown Road home after Ware attacked his wife for failing to pay the cable bill. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Two (black) suspects in attack (on White man) in Applebee's arrested; police chief credits video, tip
Daryon S. Jones, Jr., 31, and Eric L. DavisWhite victimTwo suspects who were wanted following an attack on a customer at an Applebee’s restaurant in Winter Haven early Tuesday morning have been arrested. They are Daryon S. Jones, Jr., 31, and Eric L. Davis, 31, both of Winter Haven. The two were charged after turning themselves in to authorities in Bartow Wednesday afternoon. - (Black-on-white)

    Armed teenager shot by police in Ferguson on anniversary of Michael Brown's death called himself 'Glocks', posed with guns and boasted of being a gangster
Tyrone HarrisTyrone HarrisTyrone HarrisTyrone HarrisThe alleged gunman who is accused of opening fire in Ferguson on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death posed holding guns on Facebook and bragged about being a gangster. Tyrone Harris called himself 'Ty Glocks' after the gun maker and claimed he was part of a group called 'Pistol Gang'. He posed in multiple photos on Facebook with pistols and rifles whilst his friends waved wads of cash in front of the camera. Harris also bragged in one post that he would 'do da hit by myself' and made gang signs for the camera.
   

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  • Bill Cosby in the news
  • 3 New White Female Accusers Speak Out Against (black serial rapist) Bill Cosby In LA
    Colleen HughesLOS ANGELES — Three women came forward for the first time on Wednesday to accuse Billy Cosby of victimizing them. The women shared their allegations against Cosby during a news conference alongside attorney Gloria Allred. One of the victims, Colleen Hughes recalled she met Cosby while working as a flight attendant heading to L.A. in the 70s. “He flirted with me the entire flight,” says Hughes. According to Hughes, the comedian offered to take her to a nice lunch in Beverly Hills at the Miramar Hotel, now known as the Fairmont. After arriving to the hotel, she took a shower in Cosby’s hotel room while he watched television. She exited the bathroom fully dressed and shared a glass of champagne with the comedian. She said he also drank champagne from her shoe. Hours later, Hughes said she found herself waking up in a confused state and realized she had been sexually assaulted.

    Linda Ridgeway WhitedearAllred said the two other victims were actresses who appeared in feature films or television and theater. Linda Ridgeway Whitedear was an actress in the 1970’s and says Cosby used the guise of interviewing her in the director’s office to make his advances. She claims he blocked the door then forced her to perform a sexual act. “He took out a Kleenex to try to wipe off my face. I was bordering between vomiting and passing out,” she said.

    Eden TirlThe third accuser, Eden Tirl, was a model and actress who appeared on “The Cosby Show” in the 80’s. Cosby, 78, has been accused by nearly 50 women of sexual misconduct. - (Black-on-white)

  • 3 more women detail disturbing sexual assault accusations against Bill Cosby
    "Bill obviously did not use a condom," she said. Ewww, don't do that, that's gross...


    Man, 21, Suspected Of Raping 72-Year-Old Woman In Huntington Beach
Ahkail DemyersHUNTINGTON BEACH — A 21-year-old man is in custody Monday on suspicion of raping a 72-year-old woman in Huntington Beach, police said. Ahkail Demyers was arrested on suspicion of several sex assault charges in connection with the rape of a woman at a senior living apartment complex in the area of Main and Yorktown. Officers were sent to the complex at about 7:50 p.m. Sunday and found the woman, who said she had been raped by a man who was still in the area. The woman said she came into contact with the suspect in the complex and had a conversation with him. When she went back to her apartment, she told police the suspect followed her inside and sexually assaulted her.

    Man charged after woman abducted, sexually assaulted, stuffed in trunk of car
Antwon Marcees RogersPICKENS COUNTY, S.C. —Deputies charged a man after they said he abducted a woman at gunpoint and sexually assaulted her, the Pickens County Sheriff's Office said. Creed Hashe, of the Sheriff's Office, said Antwon Marcees Rogers, 28, of Greenville, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct, grand larceny, kidnapping, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, armed robbery and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Authorities said Rogers abducted a woman at gunpoint in the parking lot of the Dollar General Store on Farrs Bridge Road after midnight on Sunday. Hashe said Rogers sexually assaulted her in her vehicle and forced her inside the trunk of her car, drove her to Greenville County, and once again sexually assaulted her at gunpoint.

    Alameda: (Black) Teen arrested in sexual assault of girl during burglary
black teen rapistALAMEDA -- Police have arrested a 17-year-old boy in connection with a string of burglaries in the city's West End, including one Sunday in which the suspect allegedly sexually assaulted a juvenile while she slept in her bedroom. The teenager turned himself in at the police station about 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, just a day after investigators distributed surveillance photos of him, describing him as a "person of interest" in one of the burglaries. The Alameda resident, whose name was not disclosed because he is a minor, was booked on two counts of burglary and on a sexual assault charge, police said. He remains in custody at Juvenile Hall.
   

    Case dismissed for men charged in Detroit rape and robbery
Antoine Orr and Jordan ReeseChico Lee BruceThe case has been dismissed for three man who had been charged in a Detroit rape and robbery last month. Antoine Orr, Jordan Reese and Chico Bruce were in court Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing. The prosecutors stated that the accusors did not wish to pursue charges and did not wish to testify, and asked Judge Kenneth King to drop the case.
   

    Bucks County Dad Charged in Overdose Death of Toddler
Coco WallaceOfficials have charged a father in the 2014 overdose death of his 2-year-old son in suburban Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Levittown resident Coco Wallace was charged with a general count of criminal homicide in his son Sebastian's death at their Middletown Township apartment. Officials say Sebastian ingested a fatal dose of prescription painkillers while in his father's care. Police say an informant in the Bucks County jail told officers that Wallace admitted to killing his son to get back at the boy's mother. The informant said Wallace believed the woman was cheating on him when they were dating and wasn't sure if Sebastian was actually his son.

    Father accused of beating his 4-month-old baby boy to death while he drove in car
Daniel CoxKentucky doctors removed a 4-month-old baby from life support Saturday, and now his father is charged in his death. According to court documents, Daniel Cox, 35, was seen hitting Jayceon Chrystie while he was driving Thursday in Radcliff, about 40 miles southwest of Louisville. A witness told police Cox hit the child, who was in a car seat in the front passenger seat, several times with his hand. 'You just can't imagine someone beating a child like that while they are driving,' Dena Stevenson said. Stevenson, her husband and her daughter were among those traveling behind Cox on Thursday. 'He would hit the child. Turn around and bounce to his music. Twist his hat and hit the child again. He was hitting hard, swinging hard and, you know … he was literally hitting the baby in his head or in his chest or something,' Stevenson said.

    Friends, Family Remember Man Killed by Rifle-Wielding (black) Gunman
black riflemanFriends and family gathered in West Kensington Tuesday night to honor a Philadelphia man who police say was shot and killed by a gunman who was caught on video carrying a rifle in the middle of the street. A vigil was held around 7 p.m. for 46-year-old Jose Perez on E Street and Allegheny Avenue, the same area where he was shot and killed over the weekend. On Saturday around 2:30 p.m. an unidentified man walked into a barbershop on the 600 block of East Westmoreland Streets, police said. A witness said the man was carrying a large box. The man sat down as if he was going to get a haircut but pulled out a rifle from the box minutes later, according to the witness. The man then allegedly started an argument, ran outside the barbershop chasing a 33-year-old man and opened fire.
   

    Black Sports: Geno Smith gets his jaw broken in locker room over $600 debt
"IK Enemkpali"The hapless Jets lost starting quarterback Geno Smith to a locker-room “sucker-punch” Tuesday by (black Nigerian) teammate IK Enemkpali over a measly $600 debt, sources told The Post. - (Black Sports)
   

   
   

 
  • Minister who ejected naked men from home acquitted of hate crime
    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane minister has been acquitted of a hate crime charge after convincing a jury he was acting in defense of his home when he allegedly used a gay slur while throwing out his estranged son and another man. 51-year-old Derrick G. Moore physically removed the two naked men from a shower in his home.

 

 
 


    (Black) San Bernardino Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Murder (of White Man)
Travon JenkinsMario GeomettiSAN BERNARDINO — A San Bernardino man remained in custody on Tuesday for allegedly killing a 62-year-old man during an altercation. According to the San Bernardino Police Department, 26-year-old Travon Jenkins was arrested on July 27 for assault with a deadly weapon. Just after 4 p.m. on July 26, officers were sent to the 1500 block of East Highland Avenue for report of a possible strong arm robbery that had just occurred. Upon their arrival, authorities learned an altercation occurred between Jenkins and another man, who was later identified as Mario Geometti, of San Bernardino. A preliminary investigation revealed Geometti fell as a result of the altercation, and struck his head on a cement curb. Paramedics transported him to a hospital where he was admitted in critical condition. Geometti was then transferred to another medical facility for hospice care. Hospice officials said he passed away on Monday. - (Black-on-white)

    Fayetteville police ID dead homeless White man found in parking lot, arrest homeless black man
Darrell Edward JohnsonLinwood Scott BoahanFayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville police late Monday afternoon identified the man found dead in a Ray Avenue parking lot as Linwood Scott Boahan and arrested Darrell Edward Johnson on a charge of first-degree murder. Passersby discovered Boahan's body about 9:40 a.m. Sunday in the 300 block of Ray Avenue. Police said Boahan, who was 60 years old and homeless, appears to have died of blunt force trauma. Police used surveillance video from the Dream Center off Ray Avenue to investigate the crime. In video recorded at about 3:30 Sunday morning, a man, shirtless and with his face covered, can be seen walking around the parking lot, carrying what police called "some type of masonry block." Johnson, 36, who is also homeless, was charged Monday with first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon. He was being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center without bond. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man pleads guilty in murder of (White) cab driver, sentenced to life in prison
Dyshawn SimpsonAlisa N. DejesusJames WellsHANOVER COUNTY, Va. — One of the two suspects accused of murdering a local cab driver has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. Dyshawn Simpson, age 20, pleaded guilty Tuesday to the first-degree murder of James Wells. Simpson was sentenced to life in prison. Simpson’s charges for arson, malicious wounding, and abduction were dropped. Last August, Simpson stabbed wells multiple times because he didn’t have the money to pay for a cab fare from Hopewell to Hanover. After that he set his cab on fire with a road flare. Hanover investigators said Wells drove his 2004 gray Chevrolet minivan taxi from the Econo Lodge on Colonel Corner Drive in Hopewell to Mechanicsville where he was found dead. The other suspect in this case, Alisa Dejesus, 19, will go to trial later this year. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man accused of shooting, killing (White) boss appears in court - after shaving head and beard
Willie E. ParkerWillie E. ParkerMichel ZiadeKANSAS CITY, Kan. — A man who is accused of shooting and killing his boss appeared in court on Monday. Willie Parker was arrested on August 6 after a standoff that lasted nearly six hours. Parker is accused of killing his boss Michel Zaide on July 28 outside a medical clinic in Kansas City, Kan. after the two had an argument. Initially, the FBI, which was also involved in the standoff, did not confirm that the person they arrested was Willie Parker. But, Kansas City, Kan., police tweeted that Parker was in custody. Parker’s bond was set at $1 million. He is due back in court on August 18th. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Man sentenced to death by lethal injection for murder of two White men at auto parts store
Lee Turner Jr.Randy Leo ChaneyEdward GurtnerBATON ROUGE, LA - After being found guilty for a 2011 double murder at an auto parts store in Baton Rouge, a judge has sentenced Lee Turner, Jr. to death by lethal injection. Turner and his attorney were in court Monday and filed a motion for a new trial. The motion for a new trial was denied and the sentencing phase continued. "In my opinion, based on what this person did, this is the only appropriate, just decision," said East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore. In May, Turner was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two men during a robbery at CarQuest Auto Parts on Airline Highway in 2011. A few days later, a jury recommended he be sentenced to death. "This defendant has never accepted responsibility, never reached out whatsoever to this office or the victims’ families and now seeks again to blame everyone else for his behavior, which is completely unacceptable," Moore said. Edward Gurtner, 43, and Randy Chaney, 54, were found dead in a back room of the store on March 27, 2011. Both were helping out at the store, but worked at other CarQuest locations. Coming out of court Monday, members of Gurtner’s family described the last four years as very long. "We all miss him tremendously, we always will," said Gurtner’s step-father Nick Dunman. "I don’t know if we ever will have closure, but we will start healing now." - (Black-on-white)
   

    Second suspect named in slaying of elderly woman
Timothy ColemanMargarita BalandovaMary LuebeckThe husband of a woman facing felony murder, robbery and home invasion charges in the slaying of an elderly Las Vegas neighbor will also face prosecution in the case, a chief deputy district attorney said Tuesday. Timothy Coleman is jailed in an unrelated felony vehicle vandalism case, and prosecutor David Stanton told a judge that he'll seek an indictment against Coleman in the slaying of 84-year-old Mary Luebeck. Stanton spoke before Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa postponed until Wednesday an initial court appearance for Coleman's wife, Margarita Balandova, to determine if Clark County public defenders can represent her. Luebeck was stabbed to death early July 29, and items including a purse, credit cards, jewelry and cash were stolen from her home near Desert Inn Road and Decatur Boulevard. Outside court, Stanton said Tuesday the brazen smash-and-entry through a glass back door and the bloody stabbing of an elderly grandmother in the head, neck and chest could qualify the case for the death penalty. Balandova's fingerprints were found on vertical blinds near where Luebeck's daughter found her body surrounded by bloody footprints on the tile floor of her neatly kept home, Stanton said. - (Black-on-white)
   
   

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    DNA test sought in 1986 murder case
Arthur MorganThe Calhoun County prosecutor said Thursday he wants a judge to decide if DNA testing should be conducted on hair found in the bloody grip of a murder victim 30 years ago. David Gilbert said Thursday the courts must rule on a request from defense attorneys to test DNA which might free a man imprisoned for the stabbing death of Vera Arms, 69, of Battle Creek. “I want the court to decide if it should be done,” he said. “There has to be some finality in cases.” On Friday the Michigan Innocence Clinic at the University of Michigan filed a motion asking Circuit Judge Sarah Lincoln to order release to the FBI of hair samples which were introduced in the trial of Arthur Morgan, 66, of Battle Creek. Gilbert was aware of the clinic’s intentions before the formal filing of the motion. Morgan is serving a sentence of life without parole after his conviction by a Calhoun County Circuit Court jury of felony murder in the death of Arms. He was sentenced March 20, 1978. Arms’ body was found Feb. 25, 1986, in her home at 215 Calhoun St. She had been stabbed three times in the chest. A knife was found next to the body. Morgan was arrested after he sold jewelry -- which police said had been taken from Arms -- the same day to a woman at a bar.

   

A 19-year-old woman stood in front of police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, Monday night as a symbolic gesture
Lexi Kozhevskyto protect cops from rocks and bottles being hurled at them by unruly demonstrators. Lexi Kozhevsky, who attends St. Louis University, told TheBlaze that she ventured out into the streets of Ferguson to support local law enforcement.



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