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    (Black) Man convicted in 1985 murder of (White) LAPD detective granted parole, outraging police union
Voltaire WilliamsDetective Thomas C. WilliamsA state review board has granted parole to the man who planned the assassination of a Los Angeles police detective more than 30 years ago in front of his 6-year-old son in the San Fernando Valley, prompting outrage from law enforcement. Voltaire Williams was one of six men connected to the ambush killing of Detective Thomas C. Williams — no relation — in a hail of machine gun fire in front of a Canoga Park church school on Halloween 1985. He was convicted in 1989 of conspiracy in the plot to kill the 42-year-old detective and acquitted of a first-degree murder charge. The board’s action brought a swift rebuke Wednesday from the union that represents Los Angeles police. “It is outrageous that the Parole Board has once again granted parole to Voltaire Williams who helped orchestrate the murder of LAPD Detective Thomas Williams in front of his son,” according to a statement released by the Los Angeles Police Protective League. “Detective Williams was assassinated because he did his job. The Parole Board’s decision is an affront to every peace officer who risks their lives to protect others on a daily basis.” - (Black-on-white)

    Search On For Suspect In Violent Robbery, Sex Assault Of German Tourist In Harlem
black suspectblack attackNEW YORK — The search is on for the man who police say was seen on surveillance video violently robbing and sexually assaulting a German tourist in Harlem. It happened just before 3 a.m. Thursday on West 146th Street. The graphic video shows the 31-year-old woman struggling with a man for her purse as he repeatedly punches her, police said. When she falls to the ground, police said he sexually assaulted her before running off with her bag. NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said the punches knocked out the victim’s teeth. She was taken to the nearby hospital in stable condition. - (Black-on-white)

    Big burly black robs disabled White woman at Tampa ATM - runs off with her money
Aimee RossCharles McGeeblack attacks White womanTAMPA, Fla – When Aimee Ross went to the Amscot at 8409 N. Florida early Monday morning to conduct a transaction, she felt safe. That particular branch is busy at that time of the day, the parking lot is well lit and there are cameras galore. She didn’t think she would become the victim of a crime. She was wrong. Tampa Police released surveillance video of her being robbed of her cash as at least one other customer watched. The video shows a man in a white t-shirt and a hat with a red rim pacing back and forth. He then approaches and takes Ross’s cash. She remembers the man approach.“Once I got my money out, he was standing behind me, and when I went this way, he went ‘b****, give me your money.’ I had my money like this, and he went ‘b****, give me your money’ and he went this way to grab it,” said Ross. “And pried my hands open…. And I said ‘no…'” The other customer moved out of the way as the two struggled over the money. Ross said the clerk at the Amscot branch also didn’t appear to be taking any action. “They were just standing around. I said, ‘he’s robbing me, he’s robbing me’ and nobody was doing nothing.” Ross is disabled and was relying on that money to pay bills. Now, she doesn’t know what she’s going to do. She’s still bruised from the attack. - (Black-on-white)
  • Anonymous tip leads to AMSCOT robbery arrest
    TAMPA, Fla — The disabled Tampa woman attacked and robbed at an AMSCOT ATM on Monday morning learned on Thursday that the man responsible is now behind bars. Aimee Ross now feels a bit of relief. Police identified the man responsible for the attack as 43-year old Charles McGee. He lives at 8520 Branch Street about three blocks from the AMSCOT store. No one at the home wanted to comment. Tampa Police Lt. Kevin Schoolmeesters explained that shortly after the video was released, an officer patrolling nearby got the tip that led to McGee’s arrest. “An anonymous source who doesn’t want to be identified approached him told him who the subject was, what the name was where he was located,” said Schoolmeesters. “And that he was about to flee town. ” Officers found McGee already had several warrants for his arrest out of Orange County and picked him up at his Branch Street home.

      Feds: DC (racist black Muslim) ISIS Sympathizer Bought AK-47 to Start 'Race War'
Clark CallowayA D.C. resident who sympathized with ISIS bought an automatic weapon that he wanted to use to start a "race war," federal prosecutors say. Clark Calloway, 38, was arrested by FBI agents Thursday after he arranged to buy an AK-47 from an FBI informant, court documents say. He faces federal charges of possession of a firearm by a felon and transportation of a firearm with the intent to commit a felony. "Soon the great killing will commence," Calloway wrote in a Facebook post April 20, prosecutors say.

    Round Lake Beach man sentenced to prison for child sexual assault
Micah WilliamsA Round Lake Beach man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for sexually assaulting a child he knew, officials said. Micah Williams, 27, of the 1600 block of Hickory Avenue, is required to serve 85 percent of the prison sentence imposed in Lake County court Thursday by Judge Christen Bishop. He also must serve a sentence of 3 years to life on parole upon his release from prison, and register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, defense attorney Jim Schwarzbach said. Williams was arrested in March 2015 and charged with four counts of predatory criminal sexual assault and three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

    Man charged with sexual assault after 71-year-old woman's rape
Van Curtis "Jody" MungoSUMTER COUNTY, SC - Sumter County deputies have arrested a man accused of attacking and raping a 71-year-old woman Thursday morning. According to the sheriff's office, Van Curtis "Jody" Mungo, 44, is charged with first-degree burglary and first-degree criminal sexual conduct. An incident report released by the sheriff's office said the woman heard a barking dog at her door around 1:15 a.m. and went to check on it. The woman, the report said, then opened the door and found Mungo standing before her. According to the report, Mungo forced his way inside the woman's home and raped her after she fell to the floor. Mungo, according to the report, ran out of the home while the victim fled to a neighbor's home where she was able to dial 911. Sheriff's investigators say Mungo was quickly identified as a suspect and arrested Thursday evening.

    (Black) Teacher accused of raping student at South Gwinnett High School
Villie JonesGWINNETT COUNTY, GA - A teacher was arrested after being accused of raping a student at South Gwinnett High School. An 18-year-old student told authorities that she was raped by the teacher on multiple occasions, mostly recently in March 2017, according to a police report. Police say the student also provided names of other students who were allegedly involved in a sexual relationship with the teacher. The teacher, identified as Villie Jones, resigned from Gwinnett County Public Schools prior to being arrested, according to a letter sent to parents by the school's principal. A spokesperson with the school district told CBS46 that Jones resigned on May 4, and had been with the high school since July 29, 2014. Jones was booked into the Gwinnett County Jail around 9:35 p.m. Thursday, and is being charged with four counts of sexual assault.

    (Black) Former Las Vegas security guard sentenced for sexual assault
Jerry JohnsonA former security guard was sentenced Friday to 10 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting a female tourist in her hotel room. Jerry Johnson, 48, was found guilty of sexual assault at a trial in February, while being acquitted of another similar allegation. Prosecutors alleged that Jerry Earl Johnson took advantage of two drunken women within a month’s span in 2009. The first allegation was made in February 2009, when a woman said she returned drunk to the Wyndham Grand Desert hotel, near Harmon Avenue and Koval Lane, and a security guard helped her up to her room. She told police the guard then raped her. The jury acquitted Johnson of that charge. A month later, another woman made similar allegations and said her assailant resembled LL Cool J, prosecutors said. Johnson was convicted in that attack, from which DNA evidence was collected.

    San Antonio PD: 58-year-old man arrested in sexual assault at Dominion-area shopping center
Lionel PaynePolice on Wednesday arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a Dominion-area shopping center. Lionel Payne, 58, now faces a charge of sexual assault, a second-degree felony. He remains in the Bexar County Jail on a $20,000 bond. Officers responded to the alleged sexual assault around 3:30 p.m. in the 22200 block of Interstate 10 near the Dominion Ridge shopping center. There they detained Payne, and paramedics with the San Antonio Fire Department checked the victim. Both Payne and the victim were transported to the Special Victim's Unit for further questioning. They also visited a hospital for a sexual assault examination, police say.

    Man charged with sexual torture, police live-stream arrest
Derrick MylesA 31-year-old man from Prichard is behind bars facing sexual torture charges after his arrest was live-streamed on social media late Thursday (May 4) night. The Prichard Police Department took Derrick Myles, 31, into custody just after 9:30 p.m. Prichard police live-streamed the arrest on Twitter and Periscope. In the 32-minute video Myles was taken from a home and investigators searched a vehicle that was parked in the driveway for evidence.

    Rape, unrelated shooting charges added against Elkhart man accused of holding hostages
Derrick GlassELKHART — Criminal charges against an Elkhart man accused of holding four people hostage for five days mounted on Thursday. Jail records show a Level 1 felony charge of rape while armed or by drugging the victim has been added against 31-year-old Derrick Glass, who is accused of holding a 68-year-old man and women ages 64, 26 and 21 hostage inside a house in the 400 block of West Franklin Street from April 28 to the evening of May 2. In addition to the new rape charge, Glass now faces three charges stemming from an unrelated shooting incident that happened nearby on April 22 in the 600 block of West Franklin Street. In the shooting incident, a 24-year-old man told Elkhart police he was arguing with another man police later identified as Glass around 8 a.m. when Glass pulled out a handgun. They continued arguing a little more before he fired multiple gunshots at the victim.

    (Black) Registered sex offender arrested again
Stephan Leon WhiteGASTONIA, N.C. -- A Gaston County man with a long history as a registered sex offender has been arrested again. Stephan Leon White was arrested Tuesday by Gastonia Police and charged with indecent exposure after police say he committed a lewd act at the Target parking lot on Cox Road. "It's sad these days that you have to worry about things like that," said Rebecca Denton who as shopping at the same Target store today. White was first put on the sex offender database in July 2013, when he exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl in a Walmart parking lot also in Gaston County. He was also charged with doing the same thing to a 38-year-old woman in the same parking lot two weeks earlier. Then in February 2015, he was convicted of using social media, something sex offenders are barred from doing. In April 2016, police picked him up for being too close to a child daycare center.

    Mesa police: Woman awakens to sexual abuse on light rail (by ugly vile black pervert)
Michael Earl ChaneyMESA, AZ - A woman, taking a nap on the light rail, woke up to a man sexually abusing her. Mesa police report that on April 22, a woman was sleeping in the back of the light rail and woke up when a man was moving on top of her back while exposing himself. Police say they reviewed surveillance video which reportedly shows 41-year-old Michael Earl Chaney moving from seat to seat before placing himself directly in front of the sleeping victim. He then allegedly exposes himself, and puts himself over the back of the woman and begins thrusting. The woman felt him between her legs, woke up, kicked him and ran away.

    No Charges Against (Hispanic) Philly Officer Who Shot (Black Hispanic) Husband Outside Bucks County Home but Husband charged
David PerezNORRISTOWN, Pa. — No charges will be filed against the off-duty Philadelphia police officer who shot her husband in the driveway of their Bucks County home last month. But the husband is now facing charges of domestic abuse. The April 18 shooting was ruled self-defense. Off-duty officer Caren Perez shot her husband David Perez in the abdomen. He was charged with stalking and simple assault after Northampton Township Police Chief Mike Clark says their investigation turned up a history of abuse.

    Black Officer Accused Of Punching Wife In Head, Chasing After Her In Police Vehicle
Officer Antonio MayhewPHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia police officer has been arrested after being accused of punching his wife in the head and then chasing after her in his police vehicle. Police say Officer Antonio Mayhew, 30, has been suspended for 30 days with the intent to dismiss. Police say around 1:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Mayhew, while on-duty, punched his wife in the head with his fist while she was sitting in the driver seat of her vehicle on the 5200 block of Market Street. Police say the woman left in her vehicle, and Mayhew pursued her in his police vehicle, activating his lights and sirens. Police say the woman then got into an accident with another vehicle at 61st and Walnut Streets. The driver sustained critical injuries in the crash and was admitted into an area hospital.

    Black Paterson Firefighter Faces Murder, Other Charges In Fatal Shooting
Kaheem HuntPATERSON, N.J. — firefighter from Paterson has been arrested and charged with murder. He’s accused of shooting and killing a man in the street in the middle of the day. Surveillance video from a corner deli shows multiple people walking from different angles towards a fire hydrant on the corner of Madison and Essex Streets. They suddenly scattered after shots were fired in broad daylight leaving one dead. Police said a Paterson firefighter was involved in the shooting. “Detectives were able to identify one individual, Kaheem Hunt, 30-years-old, a resident of the city of Paterson as a perpetrator to murder,” Paterson Police Captain Richard Reyes said.

    Police: Black Man Injures 4 Officers During Arrest, Leaves One With Concussion
Dion BrownNEWARK, Del. — A man from Idaho is accused of injuring four Delaware officers while they were trying to arrest him on Tuesday. New Castle County Police say two patrol officers were dispatched to the 1100 block of Janice Drive around 5 p.m. for a suspicious person with a gun. Police say the officers stopped Dion Brown, of Newton, Idaho, who was allegedly soliciting door-to-door and telling people he had a gun in his bag. Police say when they tried to take Brown into custody, he bit one officer, and struck another officer, leaving him with a concussion. Police say officers used their Taser on Brown, but it had little effect.

    Cyber-crime ring used photos of sexy women to lure recruits: officials - NIGERIAN RING LEADER, other AFRICANS from Ghana
AfricanAfricanAfricanThe group’s ring leaders — Oluwarot​​imi Oredugba, Nathaniel Williams, Joshua Best, Jubrim Johnson, Davar Valentine and Dennis Reynolds — oversaw the operation. Kassim Forbes and Marlon Founsette, who worked at two PLS Financial Services check-cashing locations on Staten Island, allegedly stole legitimate account information and routing numbers from customers. Brendon Sarfo and Bryan Sarfo allegedly collected the stolen data and passed it on to “plugs” who used it to create phony checks, officials said.

    Jury Convicts Black Robber of Killing Bucks County Homeowner's Dog
Montel JohnsonA Pennsylvania man has been convicted of killing a homeowner's dog during a botched robbery. The Courier Times reports 23-year-old Montel Johnson, of Philadelphia, was convicted of robbery, attempted burglary, cruelty to animals and related charges by a jury Monday. This is Johnson's second conviction for robbery. Police say in 2016 Johnson threatened a man with a gun outside of his Levittown home when he was confronted while trying to steal the man's motorcycle. Officials say Johnson then fatally shot the victim's mastiff when the dog got out of the house.

    Suspect named in shooting over chicken bones
Gerald GaffneyBaltimore police have named a suspect in connection with a shooting after an argument over chicken bones. Gerald Gaffney, 26, is wanted on first-degree attempted murder charges in connection with a shooting April 15 in the 1800 block of Harlem Avenue. Investigators said a man and a woman were walking down the street, eating chicken and throwing the bones in people's yards. The 90-year-old woman told them to pick up their trash, and others nearby got involved in the argument. The couple left, but police believe that the man came back with a gun. Police said a 90-year-old woman and a 56-year-old man were wounded in the shooting. "Just an absolute heinous act of crime," Baltimore police media relations Chief T.J. Smith said. Residents said they had just cleaned the 1800 block of Harlem Avenue, when the suspect threw the bones in the street. The 90-year-old woman asked him to pick up his trash and things escalated.

    Maryland prosecutors drop rape charges against 2 immigrant HS students
Henry SanchezMaryland prosecutors announced today they are dropping rape charges against two Maryland high school students whose cases sparked a national conversation about U.S. immigration laws. Jose Montano, 17, and Henry Sanchez Milian, 18, who are both undocumented immigrants, were arrested and accused in March of raping a 14-year-old girl in a bathroom at Rockville High School during school hours.


    NJ Man Plotted NYC Bombing in Support of ISIS: Prosecutors - Gregory Lepsky wanted to travel to Syria
A New Jersey man has been arrested for allegedly planning to set off a bomb in New York City in support of ISIS, federal prosecutors said Friday. Gregory Lepsky, 20, will appear in Newark federal court to face once charge of attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. Lepsky was arrested Feb. 21 after a relative called police and said he had threatened to kill the family dog. While being treated for wounds to his arms, Lepsky said he had joined ISIS and had plane tickets to Turkey, according to a criminal complaint. While searching his home, authorities found a brand new pressure cooker hidden in his closet. Lepsky had multiple conversations on Facebook in which he said he had converted to Islam and wanted to go to Syria to fight non-believers

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    (LGBT-Queer) Organist spray painted ‘Heil Trump,’ swastika, gay slur on Brown County church
George Nathaniel StangBROWN COUNTY, Ind. – The organist at a Brown County church is accused of vandalizing the church in order to “mobilize a movement” after he was disappointed by the election results. After an extensive six-month investigation, George Nathaniel Stang, 26, of Bloomington, is charged with institutional criminal mischief in connection with the vandalism that occurred at St. David's Episcopal Church last year. The investigation began on November 13, 2016 when Reverend Kelsey Hutto called police to report that the phrase “HEIL TRUMP” was painted on the north wall of the building, and a swastika and gay slur were on the west side. She said she found out about the graffiti from Stang who is the organist at the church. Officers obtained a search warrant for Stang’s detailed phone records and determined he was in the area of the church from 10:38 p.m. and 10:44 p.m. on the night the vandalism occurred. But when an officer questioned Stang again on April 28, 2017, he admitted to vandalizing the church. Stang said he wanted to “mobilize a movement” after being disappointed in and fearful of the election results. He said his actions were not motivated by “anti-Christian or anti-gay” feelings; rather, they were strictly out of fear. The Brown County Prosecutor’s Office says they do not believe the crime was motivated by hate, which is why he will not be charged with a hate crime.

    Pastor Jacob Malone Admits to Impregnating Teenage girl, Gets 3-6 Year Prison Term
The young woman said Malone, who worked at nondenominational Calvary Fellowship in Downingtown, began to sexually assault her in the fall of 2014, and she gave birth to his daughter a year ago. She said he took advantage of her "mentally, physically, spiritually.''





    AMBER ALERT: One (black) man found after 15-year-old (White) girl abducted by two black men
Cassidy Ann Bottomsblack suspectblack suspectWINSTON-SALEM - One of two men wanted in connection with the apparent abduction of a 15-year-old girl in Forsyth County turned himself in. Forsyth County deputies say DeShawn Townes showed up in Sanford this afternoon, along with the vehicle authorities were searching for. Cassidy Ann Bottoms is approximately 5 feet 1 inches tall, weighing 114 pounds. She has black hair and hazel eyes. Bottoms was last seen wearing a black tube top with a V cut, pink, gray and blue palm tree leggings and black Converse shoes. She has a scar on her left lower lip. Deputies are still looking for Joffey Cutler who is from the Sanford area, as well as Bottoms.
"She has a history of running away from home - she knew abductors"
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The Sheriff's Office says Bottoms was allegedly abducted by Deshawn Dante Townes and Joffey Lee Cutler. Townes is described as a 24-year-old black male, with black hair and brown eyes, approximately 5 feet 11 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a blue button-up shirt and blue hat, wearing glasses. Cutler is described as a 20-year-old black male, approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall. He has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown shirt. - (Black-on-white)

    Serial rape trial: Ikeie Smith pleads guilty after days of court testimony - Police say incidents date back to 2011
Ikeie Ranordo SmithWhite female victimWhite female victimDETROIT - Day five of the trial for a suspected serial rapist accused of committing sexual assaults across Metro Detroit continued Monday, and in a surprising turn of events he pleaded guilty. Ikeie Ranordo Smith, 32, of Redford Township, was facing multiple charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, second-degree criminal sexual conduct, first-degree home invasion and assault with intent to do great bodily harm. He pleaded guilty to all charges. (at least one of the victims was a White woman) - (Black-on-white)

    Utah: Trial continued for black African migrant from Ghana or Nigeria charged with rape of white female student at BYU
Nasiru SeiduMadi BarneyDuring the final pretrial conference Monday for an Orem man charged with rape, the trial date was postponed tentatively to sometime in October. Attorneys for Nasiru Seidu, the defendant, met with prosecutors and Judge Darold McDade in chambers Monday morning. Upon returning from chambers, the defense clarified its request. Seidu’s defense team requested a continuance of the trial for the purpose of rebutting an expert witness for the state, and the scientific basis for that witness testimony, otherwise known as a Rimmasch hearing. The court found that there were no openings before the trial, scheduled to begin May 30, for the defense to do so. The Rimmasch hearing for Seidu, 40, will be at 10 a.m. June 6. The trial will then be scheduled at some time in October. Court documents state that in September 2015, Seidu was in a woman’s apartment. At some point, the woman reportedly told Seidu she did not feel comfortable being with him. Seidu then pushed her onto the bed, then to the floor and raped her, despite her pleas for him to stop, reports state. - (Black-on-white)

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    (Black) Illinois man facing rape charge
Teddy M. MuriithiGREENSBURG – An Illinois man was arrested early Wednesday on the suspicion he raped a woman in a hotel room. Police were called to the Baymont Inn at 2317 N. SR 3 shortly before 1:30 a.m. Wednesday after a report of a sex offense, according to police call records. Law enforcement officials subsequently arrested Teddy M. Muriithi, 38, of Hoffman Estates, Illinois on a preliminary charge of rape. An oral probable cause hearing took place in Decatur County Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon, after which Muriithi was formally charged with rape, a Level 3 felony, according to court records. A Level 3 felony carries a maximum sentence of 16 years in prison in the event of a conviction. Muriithi is alleged to have performed or submitted to a sex act on a young woman while she was “unaware that the sexual intercourse or other sexual conduct is occurring,” according to court documents.

    Columbus man pleads not guilty to statutory rape of 13-year-old girl
Anthony TinsleyA man who authorities said was in a “relationship” with a 13-year-old girl pleaded not guilty to statutory rape Tuesday in Columbus Recorder’s Court. Anthony Tinsley, 19, also pleaded not guilty to interference of custody. He was ordered held without bond in the Muscogee County Jail. Judge Julius Hunter bound the case over to Superior Court. Columbus Police Detective Amanda Hogan said detectives received information on Aug. 10 about Tinsley having a “relationship” with a 13-year-old girl. Several witnesses reported seeing it on social media and in public. The victim told authorities she was “having a relationship” with Tinsley, and they engaged in “sexual intercourse,” Hogan testified.

    Montgomery man charged in home break-in, attempted rape
Anthony Bernard AndersonMontgomery police report that a woman was closing the door of her home when a man allegedly forced his way in, pulled her into a bathroom and attempted to rape her. Anthony Bernard Anderson, 33, of Montgomery, was arrested Saturday and faces a felony attempted rape charge, along with burglary of a residence. Police officers were dispatched at about 2:45 p.m. on April 22 to a home on Bell Road after reports of a disturbance, said Capt. Regina Duckett, a spokeswoman with the Montgomery Police Department. The woman said a man entered her home, grabbed her by the arm and forced her into the bathroom, where he proceeded to attempt sexual contact, according to court documents.

    (Black) Teenager behind bars and charged with track murder is ‘mentally challenged,’ lawyer says
Neven Glen ButlerNeven Glen ButlerFusako Royal PetrusNeven Butler, 18, appeared in Sacramento Superior Court Monday for arraignment on charges he murdered and attempted to rape an 86-year-old woman who was taking an early morning exercise walk last week on the track of Highlands High School. Butler wore a quilted green smock intended to prevent him from attempting suicide. His attorney said he has “significant” mental issues. It was his second appearance in court in the past few days. On Friday, he was charged in a separate assault on a 92-year-old that occurred just hours after Fusako Petrus was sexually assaulted and beaten to death on the high school track where she had been walking with a 61-year-old friend. Authorities allege that Butler attacked the younger woman first, and turned on Petrus when she came to help fend him off with her walking stick.

    Homeless (black) teen to face rape, kidnapping charges connected to attack at TGI Friday’s
Jaquarius EllisonCOLUMBUS, Ga. — A Columbus teenager will appear in court Friday facing charges connected to a woman’s rape and abduction from the TGI Friday’s on Adams Farm Drive. The Columbus Police Department says 16-year-old Jaquarius Ellison faces charges as an adult for kidnapping, rape with a gun, street robbery with a gun, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. A police report says the victim was in her car in the restaurant parking lot Saturday around 1:30 a.m. when Ellison allegedly approached her. The teen told the woman he was homeless and asked for money. The victim reports Ellison then jumped into her car and forced her to drive, at gunpoint, to Peachtree Mall. Police then say when the woman refused to give her car up to Ellison, he raped her at gunpoint. Afterwards, the teen took $4 from the woman’s car and had her drop him at the Chevron Gas Station on Manchester Expressway. Officers arrested Ellison Wednesday afternoon around 1 p.m. He will face charges as an adult since under Senate Bill 440, teens can be charged as adults if a weapon is used during an armed robbery.

    Women testify in rape trial of (black) former nightclub promoter
Frederick RichardsTwo California women testified Wednesday in the rape trial of a former nightclub promoter, and fought back tears as they described similar sexual assaults that occurred in 1997 and 2002. State prosecutors called the women as witnesses in the trial of Frederick Richards, 51, who is accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 25-year-old woman he met at Hyde nightclub in 2014. Authorities who investigated the 2014 case used DNA evidence to identify him as the suspect in the California assaults, which went unsolved for nearly two decades. In all three cases, the women said they met Richards at a club during a night out. All of the women testified that within hours of meeting Richards, they were led out of the club and raped.

    Columbia man faces life for 3rd-strike sentence for rape
Thomas M. MatthewsLANCASTER, Pa. – A Columbia man faces a possible life sentence for raping and beating a woman in 2015. The Lancaster County district attorney’s office says it filed a notice to seek a third-strike sentence against Thomas M. Matthews. Matthews, 37, was convicted in January on charges including rape and aggravated assault. He will be sentenced on May 31. The district attorney’s office filed a motion of intent to seek a mandatory sentence of at least 25 years because Matthews has at least two previous violent crime convictions. The motion says Matthews potentially faces a life sentence. He was convicted in Arizona of aggravated robbery in 2004 and of kidnapping and aggravated assault in 2010.

    (Black) West Baden Man Arrested On Rape, Sexual Misconduct Charges
Duran Orlando Dent(WEST BADEN SPRINGS, Indiana) - A West Baden Springs man was arrested this morning after Indiana State Police say he had sex with a 17 and 15-year-old girl, who were his co-workers at Big Splash Adventure. Duran Orlando Dent, 27, of 7696 Ash Lane, is facing a Level 3 felony charge of rape and a Level 4 felony charge of sexual misconduct with a minor. He is being held in the Orange County Security Center on a $250.000 cash bond. Dent pleaded not guilty to the crime this morning. He was appointed Amber Shaw, as his public defender and is scheduled to appear in court for a pretrial conference on June 12th at 9 a.m. and a jury trial on October 31. On Feb. 15, Master Trooper Henderson interviewed Dent at the French Lick Police Department

    (Pointy-headed) St. Paul serial rape suspect’s trial begins with tearful testimony
Larry Donnell GriffinShe said she just wanted a ride to her boyfriend’s home — before the man who picked her up pulled a gun and raped her. The woman’s tearful testimony Wednesday highlighted the first day of trial for Larry Griffin in Ramsey County District Court. He is accused of sexually assaulting four people in St. Paul last fall, three of them with a gun. Wednesday’s was the first of several trials the 39-year-old St. Paul man faces. The 31-year-old Lino Lakes woman took the stand Wednesday and described what happened after she says Griffin pulled his gun on Aug. 30. “He told me if I screamed, he was going to shoot me,” the woman testified. He ordered her into the back seat of his van and then raped her, she said.

    (Dark brown Hispanic-Afro) Man indicted in March kidnapping, robbery, rape of LSU student abducted from near sorority house
Frank Alvaro Herrera JrA 21-year-old Baton Rouge man was accused by a grand jury Thursday of abducting a female LSU student from the campus in March and raping her at an off-campus location. Frank Alvaro Herrera Jr., 2232 Gen. Adams Ave., was indicted on counts of first-degree rape, armed robbery and second-degree kidnapping by an East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury. The woman had parked her car behind the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house March 15 and was walking toward the house when an armed Herrera forced her back inside her vehicle, LSU police have said. Herrera drove the two of them off campus where he forced her to perform oral sex, police said. The victim then was dropped off at a Government Street food mart where Herrera instructed her to buy condoms...

    Hudson Falls man arrested on rape charges - (no known relation to the O'Bamas)
Julien I. BamaKINGSBURY — A Hudson Falls man was arrested for allegedly raping a woman in Kingsbury, the Washington County Sheriff's Office said. Julien I. Bama, 26, of Deer Run Drive, was charged with felony rape on Saturday after an investigation revealed he forced his victim to have sexual contact with him. Bama was arraigned in Fort Edward Court and sent to Washington County jail. His bail was set at $10,000.

    (Black) Battle Creek men could face trial in 15-year-old rape case
Jeffrey WimberlyLarry Martin Jr.A Calhoun County District Judge said Tuesday he will decide in a few days whether two men should stand trial in a 15-year-old rape case. Judge Paul Beardslee said he will issue a written opinion in the next week to decide if the cases against Jeffrey Wimberly and Larry Martin Jr., both of Battle Creek, should be sent to circuit court for trial. The men are charged with four counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and face up to life in prison for the May 24, 2002, sexual assault of a woman who was then a high school sophomore. Prosecutors have alleged that Wimberly, 33, raped the girl while Martin, 30, held her.
  • Testimony begins in 2002 rape case - two savage predator blacks on trial - March 17, 2017
    She said the sexual assault occurred on May 25, 2002, was when she was a high school sophomore. She told Richardson and defense attorneys Ronald Pichlik and Leslie Kranenberg that she lied to the police about what happened and then lied to a nurse and her parents because she was afraid of threats from the men and the reaction of her father for having the gun and being with two black men.

    Black Sports: Court rejects ex-Packers star Sharper’s rape sentence appeal
 Darren SharperNEW ORLEANS — A federal appeals court has dismissed former NFL star Darren Sharper’s appeal of his sentence for drugging and raping women. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ two-sentence order Wednesday came almost a month after prosecutors filed their brief. The court granted a prosecution motion to dismiss. Sharper’s lawyers contended that U.S. District Judge Jane Triche Milazzo did not adequately explain the consequences of Sharper’s guilty plea.

    Black Sports: Gareon Conley meets with police investigating rape accusation
Gareon ConleyGareon Conley told Cleveland police Monday he had a consensual sexual encounter with the woman who accused him of raping her, but denied assaulting her, the attorney for the Oakland Raiders cornerback told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Conley's attorney, Kevin Spellacy, told Rapoport his client gave a statement to police and provided a DNA sample. Spellacy also said the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office will review the case and it could be 6-8 weeks before a decision is made on whether or not it will pursue charges. The former Ohio State cornerback vehemently denied the accusation, which stems from an incident at a downtown Cleveland hotel on April 9. He has not been charged or arrested and no warrant has been issued.

    Black Sports: Third player in Vanderbilt rape case headed to trial
Brandon BanksBrandon Banks, one of four men charged in the rape of an unconscious woman at Vanderbilt University nearly four years ago, was in court Thursday for a motions hearing, further signaling his case is heading toward trial instead of a plea deal. Banks, 23, and his lawyer, Mark Scruggs, are arguing that some case evidence should not be used against him in trial. Though a plea agreement could be reached at anytime, the motions indicate ongoing preparation for the trial. That's set for June 19. Police say that on June 23, 2013, four then-football players at Vanderbilt raped an unconscious woman in a dorm on campus. The case put Vanderbilt in the national spotlight scrutinizing how colleges respond to sexual assault, and a federal Department of Education investigation was launched. Since then, two of the players have been convicted: Brandon Vandenburg, whom the woman was dating, was sentenced to 17 years in prison; and Cory Batey was sentenced to 15 years.
  • Black Sports: Ex-Vandy Player Convicted On Rape Charges - Apr 09, 2016
    Cory Bateyfootballer rapists (alleged)NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A former Vanderbilt football player has been found guilty of raping an unconscious student in a dorm. It took less than three hours for the jury of nine men and three women to find Cory Batey guilty of aggravated rape, two counts of attempted aggravated rape, facilitation of aggravated rape and three counts of aggravated sexual battery. Batey, a 22-year-old from Nashville, is one of four former football players charged with rape and accused of violating the female student in a dorm room in June of 2013. He was the only one on trial. A jury last year convicted Batey and former player Brandon Vandenburg on multiple aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery charges. The verdicts were thrown out after Davidson County Criminal Court Judge declared a mistrial.
  • Former Vanderbilt football players indicted for rape - August 10, 2013
    Four former Vanderbilt football players have been indicted on five counts of aggravated rape each of an unconscious 21-year-old student at a campus


    Measles outbreak in Minnesota sickens dozens in black African 4th world Somali-American immigrant/refugee community

    (Black) Girls Arrested, Teachers Hurt In School Melee - (Drudge)
monkey fightEight teachers were injured yesterday trying to break up a high school brawl involving a quartet of female pugilists who are now facing multiple criminal charges in connection with the 7:30 AM melee. The fight at Cheltenham High School in Wyncote, a Philadelphia suburb, began as students were headed to their first period classes. As seen in the above video, after two girls began throwing punches at each other, two more students joined the fray. The fight, recorded by several onlookers, prompted one student to offer color commentary on the indignity suffered by one combatant: “Oh, sh*t! Her wig came off!”

    (Black female) Ontario teacher guilty of misconduct for talking about sex and putting her legs behind her head in class - (Drudge)
Leanora BrownA Toronto Catholic District School Board religion teacher was found guilty of professional misconduct after her former students told a tribunal that she went on frequent sexually-laced tirades before demonstrating her flexibility in front of the class by putting her legs behind her head. Leanora Brown did not appear in front of the three-person tribunal at the Ontario College of Teachers on Tuesday, but denied the allegations, including telling students about her sex life, her parents’ sex life and giving advice about what they should do in their own, in a letter to the school’s superintendent. - (Canada)

    Police seek alleged April 28 SECU branch robber Melvin Williamson of Durham
Melvin Andrew WilliamsonDurham police are trying to locate Melvin Andrew Williamson, 50, of Durham, who has been charged with common-law robbery in connection with a robbery at the State Employees’ Credit Union at 3810 Ben Franklin Blvd. on the morning of April 28. Durham Police Department spokeswoman Kammie Michael said Thursday night that Williamson is also wanted for common-law robbery in Davie County. In the Durham robbery, a male -- allegedly Williamson -- entered the SECU branch shortly before 10 a.m. and demanded money. No weapon was seen during the robbery. The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. He was originally described as a black male in his 40s wearing a blue sweatshirt, blue jeans and a blue hat.


    Hispanic Woodburn man arrested on rape, kidnapping charges
Ramiro Garcia-SolanoA Woodburn man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of raping, kidnapping, strangling and assaulting a woman. Ramiro Garcia-Solano, 38, was arrested by Salem police on seven sexual assault and assault charges and held without bail. He is accusing of kidnapping a Marion County woman on Sunday. During the suspected kidnapping, Garcia-Solano allegedly raped, sodomized, choked and injured the woman. Salem police Lt. Dave Okada said the incident remains under investigation.
  • Citizenship status of suspect not reported - ed.

    Longtime Mexican fugitive ordered held without bond on murder, rape charges
Fidel UrbinaA former Southwest Side auto mechanic who eluded authorities for nearly two decades after jumping bail in a sex assault case was ordered held Thursday without bond. Fidel Urbina, 41, was flown back to Chicago this week after his capture in Mexico in September in a tiny village in a remote part of the border state of Chihuahua. Assistant State's Attorney Craig Taczy said Urbina had offered a ride home to a woman who worked in a tavern in March 1998 but instead forced her into a car at knifepoint and repeatedly raped her — first in the car and then in an apartment. She escaped and called police after the attacker fell asleep.
In October 1998, while that case was still pending, Gabriella Torres brought her car to be repaired at the garage where Urbina worked, according to Chicago police. The next day, police found a 1990 Chevrolet Lumina on fire in an alley in the 2300 block of West 50th Street, prosecutors said. Inside the trunk, they found Torres' body, bound with wire and duct tape and severely burned, Taczy said. Nearby was Torres' car, a 1985 Oldsmobile. Prosecutors said fingerprints matching Urbina's were found in or on her car. In addition, semen found in Torres' body matched Urbina's DNA profile, prosecutors said.

    Hermiston Hispanic man arrested on child rape charges
Elias Nava FloresElias Nava Flores, 24, allegedly had sexual contact with a child younger than 12 in Hermiston. He is charged with rape in the first degree, sodomy in the first degree and unlawful possession of methamphetamine. According to the sheriff’s office, Flores was arrested Tuesday after detectives met with the victim’s relative about the alleged sexual contact between Flores and the victim.

    Hispanic Costa Mesa Uber driver Angel Sanchez pleads not guilty to rape charge
Angel SanchezAn Uber driver from Costa Mesa pleaded not guilty Monday to a rape charge stemming from allegations that he sexually assaulted a female passenger who fell asleep in his vehicle. The Orange County district attorney’s office last week charged Angel Sanchez, 36, with one count of rape of an intoxicated victim. If convicted, he could face up to eight years in state prison.


    Hispanic? man accused of raping woman he met on eHarmony * Surname "Lua" most popular in Vietnam, Brazil, Philippines, Mexico?
Robert Diaz Lua Jr.SEAL BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- A Seal Beach man was arrested for sexual assault, accused of raping a woman he met through the online dating site, eHarmony. Robert Diaz Lua Jr. was taken into custody on Saturday. Investigators said the 35-year-old met his victim on eHarmony. They did not reveal where the alleged crime took place. Lua was charged with rape and other related charges. Lua, who used to live in Merced, has since posted bail was released from jail, police said. Authorities said they fear there may be additional victims, and they warned people to be careful when using social media and dating websites.

    (LGBT-Queer) AIDS-infected faggot accused of drugging, raping multiple men pleads not guilty
Joseph CourtneyREDWOOD CITY – A man accused of drugging and raping multiple men over a seven-year period starting in 2007 pleaded not guilty today to 41 felony counts related to the accusations, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors say that Joseph Courtney, 31, of Pacifica, met three different men for consensual sex and allegedly ended up drugging them into unconsciousness before raping them. Courtney allegedly raped the men along with “unidentified male associates,” according to prosecutors. On at least one occasion, after regaining consciousness, the victim was allegedly shown a video recording of multiple men engaged in sex with him while he was passed out, prosecutors said. One of the men who saw such a recording of himself reported the alleged rape to Pacifica police, said District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe. At least 14 additional victims then came forward after media reports of the crimes, Wagstaffe said. Additionally, Courtney allegedly raped the men in full knowledge that he has AIDS, according to Wagstaffe.

    More homo rape charges filed against (LGBT-Queer) Savoy man
David J. "D.J." DunnURBANA — Additional rape charges have been filed against an area first responder in the wake of findings that he allegedly gave an anesthetic to a man before assaulting him. David J. "D.J." Dunn, 43, who listed an address in the 100 block of West Tomaras Avenue in Savoy, has been in the Champaign County Jail since April 2 in lieu of $500,000 bond. Dunn was arrested a month ago and charged with two counts of criminal sexual assault for allegedly committing sex acts on an Urbana man who was attending a going-away party for Dunn on April 1 and 2 at Dunn's home. He committed sex acts on the man after he had given him ketamine, an anesthetic designed to inhibit pain, without the man's consent. Dunn also admitted that he gave the victim Cialis, a drug intended to promote an erection, and that he engaged in the sex acts with him.


    Female school caretaker charged with rape and 'sexual battery' of teenage boy
Jessica GalyonA female caretaker has been charged with raping a 16-year-old schoolboy. After reportedly harassing and pursuing the boy in person and via Facebook, 29-year-old Jessica Galyon allegedly led him into a classroom and took his virginity. She was arrested in February by Tennessee police, and charged with sexual battery by an authority figure, aggravated statutory rape and statutory rape by an authority figure, according to The Knoxville News.
    Tennessee boy's family sue his former high school for $4.5million after the married female janitor, 29, 'pulled the 16-year-old into a room and raped him'




    Rape charges filed against Asian man after missing 14-year-old girl found
Eric Zyn HoRape charges have been filed against two men in federal custody in connection with the earlier disappearance of a 14-year-old Griffith-area girl, according to Clermont County Ohio sheriff's department records. The three men met her through an online chat app, an FBI official said. Eric Zyn Ho, 25, is charged with one count of rape and Bryan Matthew Otero, 27, is charged with complicity to rape, according to Clermont County, Ohio, jail records. Both were found at the suburban Cincinnati, Ohio, residence where the girl was located, police have said.

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    Police Identify (black) Suspect in Fatal South Minneapolis Hit-and-Run that left innocent (White) man prematurely dead
Raheem Quanta MeekinsJason Alexander RitenourMinneapolis police said they are searching for 26-year-old Raheem Quanta Meekins in connection with a fatal hit-and-run vehicle crash on Sunday in south Minneapolis. Meekins also has an active arrest warrant via the state Department of Corrections. The crash happened shortly before 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Minneapolis police say two southbound vehicles on Blaisdell Avenue South failed to stop for a red light at 26th Street West and collided with two westbound vehicles. A male passenger of one of the westbound vehicles, later identified as 32-year-old Jason Alexander Ritenour, was pronounced dead at the scene. - (Black-on-white)
Result of some dumb drag race?

    Warrant issued for 4th Negro in connection to murder of (White) man, 24 shot 36X in front of Guthrie, OK home
Jashawn Bracey PerryReggie Dewayne SmithDerrick Eugene SmithFrederic Lavelle Veasley Jr.Joseph William AngeloGUTHRIE, Okla. – Authorities in Guthrie say a fourth man is wanted in connection to the murder of a man who was shot 36 times in front of a Guthrie home. Police say 24-year-old Joseph Angelo was shot 36 times in the face and torso outside a home in the 300 block of S. Oak St. in Guthrie. “The amount of times that the person was shot was very strange. There were two different calibers of shell casings that were located on scene. …that is odd. That means there’s at least two weapons and at least two shooters,” said Sgt. Anthony Gibbs, with the Guthrie Police Department. Now, investigators are searching for a fourth person in connection to Angelo’s murder. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says an arrest warrant has been issued for 23-year-old Jashawn Bracey Perry for first-degree murder. - (Black-on-white)

    Black 'boyfriend' arrested for shooting his white 'girlfriend'
John FrancisKelly GlasgowGALENA, KANSAS - John Francis was arrested in the Carterville area of Jasper County. Law Enforcement Received tips that Francis was in the Carterville area Tuesday. Officers with the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office, Ozark Drug Enforcement Taskforce, Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the US Marshall Service begin following up on these tips immediately. As a result Frances was arrested at approximately 5:00 am this morning. I would like to thank all area Law Enforcement Agencies for their cooperation this past week for their assistance. Because of the untiring efforts of their officers, this suspect was located and taken into custody. This investigation is still ongoing and as more Information becomes available updates will be released. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating * In too many cases, getting sexually involved with a black man is a form of suicide - "Suicide by N-word"


It is SUICIDAL for a white woman to marry, have sex with, date, be friends with and even 'treat with common courtesy - ANY BLACK MAN

    (White female) Victim's Family, Friends Fill Courtroom for (lighter-skinned Negro "ex-boyfriend") Murder Suspect's Arraignment
Isaiah HaganHalee RathgeberWith his arms and legs in shackles, the man accused of killing a young Warrick County woman late last month made his first court appearance Tuesday afternoon. Prosecutors have filed four charges against Isaiah Hagan, 22, including murder and murder during the commission of a robbery in connection with the death of Halee Rathgeber, 20, near the Alcoa Soccer Fields in late April. Hagan faces charges of murder, murder during the commission of a robbery (felony murder), robbery causing serious bodily injury and obstruction of justice charges. The murder charges carry a possible sentence of 45 to 65 years in prison. At this point, prosecutors have not notified the court that they intend to seek capital punishment. Prosecutors have alleged that Hagan robbed Rathgeber of her phone, wallet, keys and cash. The obstruction of justice charge stems from Hagan's alleged altering or damaging of the phone. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating * In too many cases, getting sexually involved with a black man is a form of suicide - "Suicide by N-word"


It is SUICIDAL for a white woman to marry, have sex with, date, be friends with and even 'treat with common courtesy - ANY BLACK MAN

    (Black) Sex crimes prosecutor accused of committing a sex crime
Chrisny “Chris” SagailleA Brooklyn sex crimes prosecutor who’s previously been busted for DWI is in trouble again — for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman who gave him a lift home, law enforcement sources told The Post on Wednesday. Chrisny “Chris” Sagaille turned himself in to the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit in Harlem early Wednesday for allegedly attacking the woman in her car Sunday night, sources said. The two, who have mutual friends, were leaving a party separately around 11 p.m. when the troubled assistant district attorney jumped into her car and asked for a ride. As the victim drove, Sagaille allegedly grabbed her face and stuck his tongue down her throat, sources said. When she pulled away and screamed at him, he allegedly forced himself on her again, this time forcibly grabbing her breast. The woman then pulled over and demanded he get out of the car. He allegedly told her he wasn’t going anywhere until she gave him a kiss.

    Lehigh Acres (black) man charged with kidnapping, sexual assault of a girl child under 12 years old
William ColeLEE COUNTY, Fla. - A Lehigh Acres man is in jail after police say he kidnapped a young girl in Fort Myers and sexually assaulted her. Lee County deputies and Fort Myers police spent nearly an hour early Wednesday searching several areas of the county for any sign of the child after her family members called 911 as they searched for her. At one point, investigators were also searching for a blue car, which they found. The child was found inside, but the suspect, William Cole, 33, of Lehigh Acres, fled. Officers found him a short time later. He was taken into custody and has been charged with one count of kidnapping/false imprisonment of a child with sexual battery, one count of sexual assault/battery on a victim under 12, and one count of cruelty to a child without great bodily harm.

    Former employee at Marshall care facility charged with statutory rape involving teenage resident
Joshua Adam ReidMARSHALL, Mo. — A staff member at a Marshall, Mo. care facility is now facing statutory rape charges after he allegedly had sexual intercourse with a teenage resident. Saline County prosecutors charged 28-year-old Joshua Adam Reid with two counts of statutory sodomy and one count of statutory rape, amid accusations that he engaged in sex acts with a 16-year-old female resident at the Great Circle – Tom Butterfield campus, a nonprofit provider of behavioral health services, while Reid was employed there. An investigation revealed that Reid and the 16-year-old engaged in sexual intercourse multiple times both on and off campus. Reid was arrested and admitted to multiple acts to investigators.

    Houston pimp sentenced to 30 years
Ronald BlockHOUSTON - A Houston pimp was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Monday after he was convicted of forcing a 17-year-old runaway into prostitution. According to the Harris County District Attorneys' Office, 44-year-old Ronald Block who was known as "Gorgeous Black" pleaded guilty to the charge for compelling prostitution. The victim was among four prostitutes that Block was managing during a two-month period in 2015. He was accused of drugging her, having a sexual relationship with her and taking photos of her for prostitution advertisements. “Jurors have little mercy for pimps,” said JoAnne Musick, head of the Sex Crimes Division at HCDAO.

    Woman assaulted by fake Uber driver; sketch released of suspect
dreadful negro rapistATLANTA -- Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a March 11 sexual assault in Buckhead. The victim was leaving Fado, a popular Irish pub on Buckhead Avenue, around 11 p.m. The woman got into a car with a driver she mistakenly thought was an Uber driver. Police said the woman gave the driver her phone with directions to her home. The suspect drove her around for some time, eventually assaulting her in the back seat. Police said the man then forced the victim to drive to a SunTrust ATM on Roswell Road and had her withdraw money. The suspect then released the woman near her E. Paces Ferry Road home.

    Texas woman sexually assaulted by (black) man she thought was her rideshare driver
black suspectAUSTIN — A woman who thought she was getting into a rideshare vehicle she requested was actually picked up and sexually assaulted by a random person, police say. Austin police say on Sunday March 19 around 1 a.m., the victim requested a ride via an app from The Domain to downtown Austin to meet some friends. The victim said she got into a white van believing it was her ride but soon after the driver took off, she received a text from the actual driver stating they were still waiting for her. The victim said the suspect pulled over and sexually assaulted her in the back of the van. The suspect is described as: Black male, 30-40 years old, Approximately 5’10” 180 lbs,. Athletic build, Bald head, Brown eyes

    Irving police shot dead a black sex offender holding two large knives on a woman after a Taser was tried a couple of times
Rodney HendersonIRVING An armed man shot to death by an Irving police officer has been identified as Rodney L. Henderson, police said. Henderson died at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas Tuesday morning shortly after being shot by the officer, Irving police spokesman James McLellan said in an email. Henderson was holding two large knives on a woman when he was shot, police said. Henderson was a registered sex offender, convicted of aggravated sexual assault of a 20-year-old woman in July 1993, according to Texas Department of Public Safety records. He was sentenced to 45 years in prison and later paroled. One officer shot the suspect after a Taser was tried a couple of times, McLellan said in a Tuesday telephone interview.

    Black Sports: Former La Salle Star Doug Overton Faces Indecent Exposure Charges
Doug Overton Doug Overton, a former star guard at La Salle who went on to play in the NBA and for the Sixers, was charged with indecent exposure this week, according to Lower Merion police. Overton, 47 years old and currently the head coach at Division II Lincoln University, was arrested for exposing himself to both men and women while on the Cynwyd Trail in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, on Sunday afternoon, police said.

    Africans from Ghana - Nonprofit scammers convicted of ripping off the elderly
AfricanAfricanThe disgraced former head of a New York City-funded non-profit, and his wife, was convicted Tuesday of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars intended to feed needy senior citizens. Kwame Insaidoo, former executive director of the United Block Association, and his wife, Roxanna Insaidoo, were found guilty following a one-week federal trial of stealing money they were getting from the city to feed seniors and spending it on clothes, luxury cars and their four-bedroom Long Island home.

  • Trouble-making black blacktivists take over University of California Santa Cruz administration building - Just expell them all
    The group African/Black Student Alliance organized the protest that consisted of students blockading Kerr Hall about 1 p.m.
    The protesters are pushing the administration to guarantee four-year housing at Rosa Parks African American Themed House. The building is a housing option for students interested in "historical, present-day, and future experiences of predominately Black/African American peoples." The protesters also want the house painted red, green and black, and want the university to offer diversity competency training (???????????????) to incoming students.




Prosecutor: Marlboro Jewish school teacher/rabbi homosexually assaulted children
Menachem A. ChinnTRENTON - An East Windsor rabbi who formerly taught at a Marlboro religious school is facing charges of sexually assaulting and endangering two minors. Menachem A. Chinn, 40, of East Windsor is facing two counts each of sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Chinn formerly taught at Shalom Torah Academy in Marlboro. Chinn also taught at the academy's East Windsor location before it closed. East Windsor police first charged Chinn on April 20 for one count each of assault and endangerment after a joint investigation with the county prosecutor's Special Victim's Unit, according to an April 21 announcement. "It is alleged that during one occasion in 2012, when the male victim was 12 years old and at Chinn's residence, Chinn touched the victim inappropriately," according to that announcement. Thirteen days later, Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri and East Windsor police Chief James A. Geary announced the second set of charges. "Onofri stated that following media reports of Chinn's arrest, a second victim reached out to law enforcement," according to that announcement.

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  • Never forget, never again: Keeping Civil War memorials
    At this point, I’m sure those reading this post who know me well are wondering what the heck is wrong with me. I am a 32-year-old African-American man originally from Alabama now living in Louisiana. Many people would assume I am inclined to support erasing these images from an era long past. But I am also a historian who believes that all things of the past can teach in the present: to try to erase negative history is both irresponsible and feeds into denial.



    Iowa: Black-hispanic assassinated White deputy and wounded another during escape from transport from court back to jail
Mark BurbridgePat MorganWesley Correa-CarmenatyPottawattamie County Sheriff Jeff Danker rushed to the jail’s secure inmate entrance Monday morning to see two of his men wounded on the floor. It had been breached from the inside. He found two deputies shot — one of them died soon after. Danker watched as the deputies received first aid from jail nurses and medics. He saw a broken garage door, busted by the van used to transport inmates. He saw blood. “It’s just a shocking scene to walk into,” Danker said just a few hours later. A whirlwind pursuit of an escaped inmate across state lines on Monday morning that lasted less than 30 minutes ended with the man being captured, but heartbreak for the slain deputy’s family and the law enforcement family. Mark Burbridge, 43, a 12-year veteran, died roughly an hour after he was shot. Danker said the loss of Burbridge was something that law enforcement officers hope they never have to experience. “We lost one officer today,” Danker said. “Excellent man. We’re going to miss him.” Burbridge had worked on road patrol, investigations and, most recently, court security. “(He) always was happy, jovial,” Danker said. “He was a good deputy.” Another deputy, Pat Morgan, 59, a 10-year department veteran, also was injured in the shooting, which occurred about 10:55 a.m. Morgan was shot in the lower torso, an injury that officials said was not life-threatening.
The shooting occurred after the two deputies drove inmate Wesley Correa-Carmenaty, 24, back to jail from the courthouse. Correa-Carmenaty had just been sentenced as part of a plea deal to 45 years in prison with no possibility of parole for 29½ years, for voluntary manslaughter in the 2016 killing of Anthony J. Walker. In court, he had acted cold and spoke flatly, according to Pottawattamie County Attorney Matt Wilber. Speaking through a Spanish translator, Correa-Carmenaty directed his words toward his victim’s family: “He died because he was an idiot.” The victim’s mother fled from the room in tears. - (Black-on-white)

    One dead, black arrested in yet another "act of random demonic black violence" (at the University of Austin, Texas)
Kendrex WhiteHarrison BrownWhite male victimUT AUSTIN - One student has died and multiple others are injured after campus police said a 21-year-old student allegedly stabbed them near the Gregory Gymnasium at the University of Texas at Austin campus Monday afternoon. All classes and events on campus are canceled for the rest of the day while police investigate. Austin police said one person -- later identified as Kendrex White -- is in custody after the stabbing which happened at around 1:46 p.m. UT police said that after responding to the scene, they found White with a large "Bowie-style hunting knife." Shortly after that, they detained him. He has not been charged with a crime yet. A search on his criminal records showed that he was arrested in early April for allegedly driving while intoxicated. Austin-Travis County EMS said that three other people were taken to the hospital. An additional one or two people have minor injuries and have not been taken to the hospital, according to ATCEMS. (at least one WHITE male victim) - (Black-on-white)

    Man suspected of shooting Detroit police officer identified as James Edward Ray Detroit officer's condition deteriorating
James Edward RayOfficer downDETROIT - The man suspected of shooting a Detroit police officer Sunday night on the city's west side has been identified as James Edward Ray, police announced Monday. Police said Ray was shot and killed Sunday after allegedly shooting an officer in the head with a .380 nickel plated pistol. The officer was responding to a 911 call about a domestic situation around 11:45 p.m. Sunday in the 10000 block of Joy Road near Wyoming Avenue. According to Detroit police Chief James Craig, the caller said they would leave the door to the apartment building propped open, but officers instead were locked out of the building. Craig said they repeatedly kicked and pounded on the door to get tenants' attention. A resident of the building, not involved with the domestic situation, opened the door and began firing. A 14-year veteran of the force was shot in the head with a .380 nickel plated pistol. EMS was already in route for the domestic situation. The junior officer at the scene fired several rounds from a covered position and the suspect was shot and killed.
  • Officer's condition 'deteriorating'
    The officer was shot once in the back of the head. He said the officer would need another surgery. "We’re going to do everything we can to save his life," Wagner said.

    (Black) Getaway driver takes plea deal in fatal Lincoln drug robbery
Terique Jacksonfamily dogChristopher ColemanJerry GriffisLINCOLN, Neb. - A 25-year-old accused of being the getaway in a fatal Lincoln drug robbery has taken a plea deal. Terique Jackson pleaded no contest Monday to aiding and abetting a felony and being an accessory to a felony. Prosecutors had lowered the charges and dropped a count in exchange for Jackson's pleas. He's scheduled to be sentenced June 2. Prosecutors say Jackson had driven two robbers to a Lincoln residence on April 18 last year. By the time they'd left, 32-year-old Christopher Coleman was shot to death and 21-year-old Jerry Griffis had been wounded. The two people Jackson drove are awaiting trial. One was a juvenile at the time of the robbery. Jackson has been serving prison time for being the getaway in another Lincoln robbery. - (Black-on-white)
  • (Black) Teen faces charges in connection with shooting death (of two apparently white men and family dog)
    Markel SteeleAngelique Fisher and Xheronte LewisChristopher ColemanLINCOLN, Neb. —Lincoln police will charge another suspect in the murder of 32-year-old Christopher Coleman this past April. Markel Steele, 17, will be charged with 1st degree murder, attempted 1st degree murder, robbery, animal cruelty resulting in death, and use of a firearm to commit a felony. The charges stem from a shooting on April 18th that left Coleman dead, and 21-year-old Jerry Griffis seriously injured. Steele has been in custody since May 5 on unrelated robbery charges, according to the Lincoln Police Department. Police have previously made multiple arrests in the shootings. They include: Xheronte Lewis, 20, arrested on April 18thth for aiding and abetting a robbery Angelique Fisher, 18, arrested on April 27th for accessory to felony Terique Jackson, 24, arrested on July 2nd in Aurora, Colorado, on arrest warrants for aiding and abetting a robbery, aiding and abetting 1st degree murder, and accessory to a felony. Steele will make his court appearance this afternoon. - - Apr 28, 2016
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
    Police: 4 (black) Suspects Arrested In Human Trafficking Of 14-Year-Old Girl
Shawn Jackson, Shaikey Copper, Fantasia Gale and Reggie FieldsPHILADELPHIA — Several people are accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl and forcing her to have sex with multiple men for money. Philadelphia police say they arrested four suspects in the alleged human trafficking and sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl. One suspect is still at large. Police say the teen girl ran away from home on April 23 and got into contact with 18-year-old Shaikey Copper, who she considered a friend. The girl told police that Copper said he had some work for her to do, and that when he took her back to his place on the 4200 block of North 8th Street, he sexually assaulted her. Police say Copper then took the teen girl to the home of 23-year-old Reggie Jamal Fields on the 1800 block of North 20th Street where 21-year-old Fantasia Gale posted an ad on a website offering sex with the teen girl for money. Police say the suspects forced the victim to have sex with multiple men for money over the course of two days.

    (Black) Former Bethany Volunteer Coach Arrested For Child Sex Crimes
Calvin RandolphBETHANY, Oklahoma - A former volunteer coach at the Bethany School district is behind bars on child sex crimes complaints. Calvin Randolph faces three charges of lewd acts with a child under 16 as well as sexual battery. Bethany police have been investigating the claims against Randolph since last August. His bond is set at $200,000.

    Kansas City man charged with attempted kidnapping of woman from restaurant
Anthony WhiteheadOLATHE, Kan. — Anthony Whitehead, 30, of Kansas City, Mo., is charged in Johnson County, Kan., with one count of attempted kidnapping. According to court documents, he’s accused of going into a restaurant and dragging the alleged victim out a first set of doors before being stopped by restaurant employees. The incident in question occurred on December 12, 2016, reportedly at a Johnson County Denny’s restaurant.

    Man facing kidnapping, rape charges after breaking into E Portland home Sunday
Sean Leon Lacy, JrPORTLAND, Ore. — A 29-year-old man is facing sodomy, rape and kidnapping charges after police say he sexually assaulted a woman inside a Portland home Sunday night. Officers were called to the MAX platform at East Burnside and 122nd Avenue when two men were holding down another man after some sort of crime. Police found out moments earlier that the suspect had broken into a person's home and sexually assaulted a young woman. Sean Leon Lacy, Jr. is facing kidnapping, rape, sodomy, unlawful penetration and burglary charges.

    Philadelphia: black female Purse-Snatcher Slices Victim’s Arm Attempting To Steal Bag
black female slasherPHILADELPHIA — A woman suffered cuts and severe bleeding after a suspect attempting to steal her purse slashed her arm with a large knife. The suspect is described as a black female, around 40 years old. She is 5-foot-5, with a medium build, and was wearing a dark-colored skirt, brown fur vest, dark-colored pants and knee high boots.

    (Black female) Bronx DA retaliating against cop for writing ticket to council pol: suit
Vanessa GibsonDarcel ClarkHenrietta HippoA city cop says the Bronx DA is retaliating against her for going public about a ticket-fixing scandal. NYPD Officer Michele Hernandez sued the city last year, claiming that police brass forced her to rip up a ticket she gave Bronx Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson for yapping on her cellphone while driving. Hernandez has now amended her $35 million lawsuit to also accuse Bronx DA Darcel Clark and three staffers of misusing their authority to harass and intimidate her as a favor to Gibson — who chairs the council’s Public Safety Committee, which “has jurisdiction and budget control over the Bronx DA,” the suit notes.
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Black unemployment * Black illegitimacy * Black promiscuity * Black paranoia * Black victimhood * Blacktivist agitation by anti-White media

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The 'Back to Africa' movement has failed * "Affirmative Action" has failed * Public school integration has failed
Those illegal aliens have taken all the jobs that African-American's won't do - they must resort to crime to survive because anything other than professional sports, the rap-music industry or politics would be demeaning and seem like "slave labor"

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