Carlston W. Coleman JrRonald Coleman JrDavid Joseph Easterling
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David Holt

Updated 10 October, 2017

    Prosecutors describe (white female) cheerleader's gruesome burning death - BURNED ALIVE by BLACK 'boyfriend' dope-dealer
Quinton TellisJessica Lane Chambers and friendJessica ChambersMeing-Chen HsiaoThe man accused of killing 19-year-old Jessica Chambers burned her alive in her car after he mistakenly thought he had suffocated her, the prosecution alleged in its opening statement Tuesday.
Quinton Tellis, 29, could face life in prison without parole if convicted of capital murder in the death of Chambers, who was found near the remains of her car along a rural Mississippi back road on Dec. 6, 2014. The defense claims that Chambers told firefighters that she was set on fire by a man named Eric, not by Tellis. She died hours later at a Memphis hospital. The horrific circumstances surrounding the former high school cheerleader's death garnered national attention. The trial in Batesville, Miss., about 50 miles south of Memphis, is the focus of tight security. The jury is being sequestered and spectators are being screened by metal detectors before entering the courtroom. Prosecutor John Champion warned jurors that they will see graphic photos of a burned Chambers and they will hear from about 35 witnesses. Chambers had burns on about 93 percent of her body when she was found. He said Tellis repeatedly lied to investigators about spending time with her in the hours before she was found. He also said that Tellis had repeatedly asked Chambers for sex, and she had told him no. Champion said cellphone records show that Chambers and Tellis — who had met about two weeks before her death and had become friends — were together twice on the day she was burned.
Tellis later acknowledged they were together in the evening, saying he met her to sell her marijuana and had sex with her in her car
Chambers was found walking on the road — wearing only underwear in 40 degree temperatures — when a passing motorist spotted her shortly after 8 p.m., Champion said. Her car keys were later found nearby, and they had Tellis' DNA on them,
Tellis faces another murder indictment in Louisiana, where he's accused in the torture death of Meing-Chen Hsiao, a 34-year-old Taiwanese graduate student at the University of Louisiana at Monroe - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
 
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (African-american, colored and/or black) Milwaukee mother charged with intentional homicide after setting 4-year-old on fire in bathtub
Amelia DistasioAntonio Di Stasio"Mammy"MILWAUKEE -- Amelia Distasio, 23-years-old, is now charged with First Degree Intentional Homicide following the death of her 4-year-old son. Warning: Graphic Details The Milwaukee Fire Department responded to the home in the 1700 block of Grant Street around 7:30 a.m. on September 28 for a report of smoke. Upon arrival, crews located a pile of clothes in the bathtub smoldering. Inside the bathtub was also the body of a lifeless child with his hands bound behind his back with seven belts. The child had a plastic garbage bag over his head and the majority of his body was burned. A pet guinea pig was also found drowned in the cage next to the bathtub. According to the criminal complaint, a resident of the apartment that Distasio and her 4-year-old son lived in told police that she heard yelling on Wednesday evening. She allegedly heard the victim say, "Please mommy, stop! I won't do it again!" She then allegedly heard the suspect yell: "Shut up!" A witness told police that she saw the suspect running away from the home looking "frazzled" on the date the homicide occurred. Distasio was taken into custody shortly before noon on September 28. Officers conducted a search on the suspect's phone and found that she had searched for "Canabsls due." "How do canabals die" and "How to kill a canabal." The suspect's Google searches were done shortly before the homicide. After this search, the cell phone accessed a message board that was dedicated to an online game which is billed online as a horror survival game in which players fight cannibals. Specifically, the message board accessed by this phone detailed the ways to kill cannibals within the game. The message board recommended that the first way to combat a cannibal was to “Kill it with fire!” Additionally, the game message board discussed how in the video game, cannibals often “like to bath in oil.” Complainant finds this to be significant as there was an open bottle of canola cooking oil in the bathroom in which the victim had set on fire. - (Burned Alive!)
   

    Charges: (BLACK) Man doused (white) ex girlfriend in gas as she slept, then set her alight
Wyndale FaysonVanessa DanielsonThe woman who died in a fire at a Minneapolis duplex was set alight by her estranged boyfriend, who doused in her gasoline as she slept, prosecutors say. The horror unfolded at the property on the 2900 block of Taylor Ave. NE Thursday morning, with 36-year-old Vanessa Danielson dying from the burn injuries she suffered in the blaze. Charged with her murder is Wyndale Fayson, 32, an abusive partner who WCCO reports had been ordered not to have contact with Danielson following a felony domestic assault charge in July. According to the criminal complaint released by the Hennepin County Attorney's Office, Fayson had been at Danielson's apartment a few hours before the fire, when he turned up and accused her of cheating on him. He grew angry, grabbed her cellphone and smashed it, before telling her he would kill her by setting the place on fire. Police were called by Danielson's downstairs neighbor when he heard her screaming "he's going to kill me, he's got a gun." By the time police arrived Fayson had gone and wasn't found during a search of the area. Police, however, were called back at 6:40 a.m., along with the fire department. There they found Danielson, on fire, lying on the street outside her home, screaming with severe burns all over her body. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

    (BLACK) Florence man douses (white) wife with gasoline, sets her on fire, deputies say
Charles Durell NethercuttAmanda "Mandie" Brillhart NethercuttFLORENCE, SC – Florence County deputies are searching for a man they say poured gasoline on his wife and set her on fire. According to Major Mike Nunn with the Florence County Sheriff’s Office, deputies are looking for 32-year-old Charles Durell Nethercutt, of Florence. A warrant for attempted murder was issued for Nethercutt after he allegedly tried to kill his wife. Deputies say Nethercutt poured gasoline on his wife and set her on fire on Sept. 19. The report states that deputies were called to the home on Longfellow Drive and found the victim being treated for severe burns to her arms, torso, legs and feet. At the time, the victim was conscious and alert and was able to tell investigators that he husband accused her of cheating on him before he doused her in gasoline and lit her on fire. The incident report also says the suspect left before officials arrived and took the couple’s 1-year-old child with him. Wednesday, Major Nunn confirmed that the child was no longer with the suspect, but would not release where the baby was. Warrants for Nethercutt state that his wife was taken to an out of state burn center to be treated for her injuries. Nethercutt is described as a black man, approximately 6′ tall, weighing about 230 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Investigators say Nethercutt has tattoos on both arms and his last known address is off of Longfellow Drive in Florence. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • Military college alumni rally around SC woman badly burned in domestic abuse case
    A Citadel alumna remains hospitalized after the the Florence County Sheriff's Office says her husband poured gasoline on her, and lit her on fire. Amanda "Mandie" Brillhart Nethercutt is being treated for burns over more than 50 percent of her body following the assault, officials confirm. Florence County Deputies say her husband, Charles Durell Nethercutt, of Longfellow Drive in Florence, is wanted for attempted murder in connection to the Sept. 19 incident.

    White fornicating female is BURNED ALIVE by the BLACK she was sleeping with after saying she was breaking up with him
Derrick GuilderAshley ColtrainHUDSON FALLS - What appeared at first to be a terrible tragedy is now charged as an intentional act. Police have arrested 22-year-old Derrick Guilder, accusing him of intentionally starting the fire that killed his girlfriend, Ashley Coltrain. Guilder lived in the North Street home with Coltrain. Police say he was upset with Coltrain because she was breaking up with him and he started the fire after 4:00 Wednesday morning. Coltrain called 911 to report the fire, but did not make it out. However, Guilder did. He made it to the roof of the second story home, where police and firefighters, with the help of good Samaritans with a ladder, were able to get him down safely. Guilder was taken to Glens Falls Hospital for treatment of minor smoke inhalation. Police say it was there he made admissions about starting the fire. That confirmed police suspicious from the beginning. "Just kind of some inconsistencies in how his version of the events and the remarkable work of the investigators to prove that it didn’t happen the way he said it happened. There were some red flags along the way," explained Chief Randy Diamond with the Hudson Falls Police Department. "He told us he started it with some papers on the couch in the living room." - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Black estranged boyfriend) Charlotte man arrested, accused of setting (white) girlfriend's home on fire
Gregory Carson"Domestic Violence Victim - dramatization from Google ImagesCATAWBA COUNTY, N.C. - A man accused of setting his girlfriend's home on fire with her pets inside has been captured. Authorities said Gregory Carson was arrested in Statesville. Officials said the home on BJ Drive, just north of Conover, was set on fire Wednesday. Deputies returned to the home Tuesday after a message was painted on one of the walls. In the living room, and saw the word “RIP,” with several names listed below it. "He told me I have a surprise for when I got home, that I would never forget," the victim, Angela, said. Sheriff Coy Reid said the woman who lived at the home lost two dogs, a pet flying squirrel and (two) fish. "He knew they were in there,” Angela said. “He could have at least opened the door and let them out, or opened the windows so they could have got out." Last week, she claims, she received a call from Carson, her estranged boyfriend, who she said threatened her by saying, "Whenever you get home, you'll see and remember me." Within minutes of the call, the home was set on fire with the animals inside, police said. Carson, who is from Charlotte, is charged with second-degree kidnapping, arson and cruelty to animals. Deputies described smelling charcoal lighter fluid during their investigation. Carson’s car was found Tuesday morning near Conover. "People, I don't know what's wrong with them,” neighbor James Richard said. “They're not nice like they used to be." - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

    (Black) Man arrested for setting Biloxi tree on fire
Marshall James Point II Oak Tree victim of black arsonistBILOXI, MS - A man is facing charges of arson after allegedly setting a tree on fire in Biloxi early Saturday morning. Marshall James Point II of Biloxi was arrested after police identified him as the suspect in the arson investigation. Authorities say citizens reported a man pouring gas onto an oak tree then setting it on fire. The tree is located in the median of Hwy. 90 at Bellman Street. Police located the suspect on Water Street, a few blocks north of where the tree was burned. He was quickly taken into custody after attempting to flee on foot. He was taken to Harrison County Adult Detention Center, where a $5,000 bond was set. - (Burned Alive!)

    (Black) accused of setting wheelchair-bound sister on fire - famous rappers were attempting to sexually assault him through the couch
Nasif Salaan HibblerShakira HicksMILWAUKEE - A Milwaukee man is accused of setting his wheelchair-bound sister on fire, and killing her, according to a criminal complaint. Nasif Salaan Hibbler, 30, is charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the death of his sister, Sgakira Hicks. Police said Hibbler walked into a Milwaukee police station on Saturday and told officers, “I just set my sister on fire.” Officers went to the man’s home and found a fire inside the home and a woman who had been injured in the fire. Hicks has cerebral palsy and was not able to get out of the wheelchair, police said. The criminal complaint said isopropyl alcohol was found in the area of the fire, and the cause of the fire was determined to be arson. Detectives said Hibbler admitted to setting the fire. “'Peoples' voices' began to talk to him, telling he better do something or they were going to kill him,” the complaint said. “He further indicated that famous rappers were attempting to sexually assault him through the couch he was sitting on. “He went to (a) bathroom and grabbed a full bottle of rubbing alcohol and set it on the kitchen counter. He stated that he wanted to see that if he showed ... that he was willing to use the rubbing alcohol, the ‘people’ would stop talking to him.” - (Burned Alive!)
   

    A (BLACK) Bellefonte man killed his (white) wife and set the house on fire with a child inside, police say - two cats burned alive
Charles McGheeCourtney McGheeA Bellefonte man is facing charges, including first and third degree murder, in the killing of his wife. Police said in a release that Courtney McGhee, 41, was hit with a blunt object several times, though an official ruling has not been made on the cause of her death. Her husband Charles McGhee, 37, became a suspect, police said, because he was witnessed fleeing the home after a fire began in the house. Police believe he intentionally set the fire to destroy evidence. A child was in the home at the time of the fire, woke up to the sound of smoke detectors and went to a neighbor’s house for safety, according to police. The neighbors then called 911 to report the fire. The child was interviewed by officers and said her parents had been arguing. She told police she awoke to the fire alarm at about 11 p.m. The child said Charles McGhee was “startled” when she opened the door, police said, and told her he had to go. She stated she “realized he was going to leave her to die.” Two cats were also found in the house dead from the fire. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Black) Man Receives 15 Years After Killing Woman By Lighting Her on Fire
Kordarro WoodardBLYTHEVILLE, Ark. – A Mississippi County jury found a man guilty of pouring gas and setting fire to a woman in Blytheville back in 2016. Kordarro Woodard, 25, was convicted of first degree murder in the death of Martha George, 37. Woodard went to George’s home after midnight on June 19, 2016 where he argued and fought with her, poured gas on her, then caused her to catch fire with his lighter. During trial, Woodard claimed George set herself on fire in an attempted suicide because he was talking to other women. Judge Cindy Thyer followed the jury’s recommendation and sentenced Woodard to 15 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections. - (Burned Alive!)

    (White) man dies 17 months after being set on fire (by black) in roadside altercation
Christopher Harrison JrShawn Michael ScarinziShawn Michael ScarinziDavid CampbellChristopher Harrison JrWHITE MARSH, Md. – A 25-year-old man has died, 17 months after being inadvertently set on fire during an altercation, police announced on Tuesday. He was one of two victims set on fire on December 4, 2015 in the area of Pulaski Highway and Allender Road, in White Marsh. According to investigators, David Benjamin Campbell and Shawn Michael Scarinzi had run out of gas and were returning with gasoline containers when Campbell and Christopher Harrison Jr., began to argue. During the argument, Campbell punched Harrison, police said. “Harrison doused Campbell with gasoline and lit him on fire,” police described in a release. “Scarinzi, who was standing near Campbell with a container of gasoline, also became engulfed in flames. Both victims remained hospitalized until the time of their deaths.” According to investigators, Harrison and Campbell were involved in an ongoing dispute at work. Campbell, 22, died on January 7, 2017 and his death was ruled a homicide. Scarinzi, 25, died on May 22, 2017. Police say the results of his autopsy are pending. A warrant charging Harrison with homicide was issued on May 16. He was already in custody, as he was arrested at the time of the incident and held without bail. Harrison pled guilty on July 28, 2016 to charges of 1st Degree Assault and Reckless Endangerment, for which he was sentenced to 20 years and 5 years imprisonment, to be served consecutively. - (Burned Alive!) - (Black-on-white)
   

    African-american Suspect arrested for setting (White) Denny's customer on fire
Deshaun Swanger Scott RanstromHAPPY VALLEY, Ore. -- A man suspected of setting another person on fire at a Happy Valley Denny's restaurant was arrested Thursday evening. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office tweeted "We got him!" Thursday night. The suspect was identified as 24-year-old Deshaun James Swanger. He was arrested at a transitional home, located at Southeast 80th Avenue and Sunnyside Drive, just a few blocks away from the restaurant. A neighbor called in a tip to the sheriff's office and told deputies he believed the man they were looking for was Swanger and that he lived at the transitional house with about 18 people. The neighbor said he used to live at the home with Swanger and was surprised by the allegations. "He was really quiet...he stayed to himself," the neighbor said of Swanger. Deputies said that on Wednesday evening, Swanger walked into the restaurant, located at 12101 Southeast 82nd Avenue, at about 9 p.m., sat down, threw gasoline on the customer, then lit the victim on fire with a book of matches.
The victim's family identified him as 69-year-old Scott Ranstrom. He is in critical condition at Legacy Emanuel hospital. “His face was like this big and he’s a skinny guy. And all red, and horrible-looking, burnt to a crisp. He was burnt to a crisp," Ranstrom's sister said. "They did that to my big brother. I don’t think I’ll ever get over it. It’s not fair.” His family has set up a GoFundMe page to pay for his medical expenses. Deputies said Swanger and Ranstrom did not know each other. Detectives are looking into the possibility that this case is related to another incident earlier this week, in which a person threw gasoline on a stranger at the Clackamas Town Center movie theater. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

    He said it was an accident when he burned off his girlfriend’s rabbit’s ears. The jury didn’t buy it - he gets 1 year free room & board
Manasseh Walkerburned rabbit - "Thumper"Sarasota A Englewood man was sentenced to one year in the Sarasota County jail after he doused his girlfriend's pet rabbit with gasoline and setting the animal on fire, burning its ears off. on fire using gasoline in June 2016 burning the rabbit’s ears off. Manasseh Walker, 23, was convicted of aggravated animal cruelty Tuesday after a two-day-long trial. No one said they witnessed Walker light the rabbit, Thumper, on fire on June 12, 2016 but he admitted doing so to deputies with the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, claiming it was an accident. Walker’s account of the incident, however, was inconsistent with Thumper’s injuries, according to the veterinarian who examined the rabbit. Thumper lost their ears and sustained other injuries, and is now cared for at the Wildlife Center of Venice. “This was obviously a heinous thing to do to any living creature, so we are happy that the jury was able to navigate the evidence correctly and that justice was ultimately served,” Assistant State Attorney Dan Yuter said in an issued statement. - (Burned Alive!)
   

    Black Marine sentenced to life in prison for murder of his (NOT-black) 74-year-old wife
Andrew HollisGertrudes "Diana" HollisVISTA - A man who set fire to his mobile home in Oceanside, killing his 74-year-old wife, was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Andrew Hollis, 65, was convicted of first-degree murder and a special circumstance allegation that arson was the cause of the fire that killed Gertrudes "Diana'' Hollis. Deputy District Attorney Natalie Villaflor told jurors that the defendant frequently argued with his wife over money and mounting bills. Villaflor said Hollis threatened to burn down their home at the Lamplighter Mobile Home Park so his wife could not take it in a divorce. The prosecutor said the defendant slept in the living room, while his wife stayed in the master bedroom with the door locked. The victim had limited mobility and was recovering from an October 2014 car crash when the fire broke out on Feb. 22, 2015. The fire started in the living room, on the other side of the wall from the victim's bed, Villaflor told the jury. - (Burned Alive!) Victim sought refuge in the shower with water running while trailor was being engulfed in flames....
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Hispanic arrested for murder of Burney man set on fire and burned alive
Juan Manuel VenegasDavid WicksBURNEY, Calif. - An investigation into the murder David Wicks, a gas station attendant in Johnson Park, has led to the arrest of a Burney man. On Thursday, around 12:30 p.m., detectives with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office, Major Crimes Unit arrested Juan Manuel Venegas, 39, based upon evidence collected and identified during the month long investigation. Venegas was arrested at his residence on Telecaster Lane in west Redding. Venegas was arrested on an arrest warrant for the murder of David Wicks. In December of 2016, David Wicks was lit on fire with a flammable liquid by a suspect wearing a yellow suit while he worked at the Rocky Ledge Shell, Johnson Park. As a result of the DNA analysis of different pieces of evidence, Venegas was identified. - (Burned Alive!)
   

    (Black) 19-year-old arrested for 2015 murder of (White female) Robeson County beauty shop owner - burned alive?
Zabiane Laquris WilliamsPatricia Dawn HillRobeson County, N.C. — Zabiane Laquris Williams, 19, is charged with first degree murder, first degree rape, first degree arson, first degree burglary and felonious larceny in the 2015 murder of 68-year-old Patricia Dawn Hill, according to Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey. Sealey said back in May evidence led to a suspect who was identified as Williams. He added at the time Williams lived on Stackhouse Road in Fairmont with family. Williams was located back in June 2016 at a state prison in South Carolina and Homicide and Major Crimes Detectives went to Trenton Correctional and talked with Williams, according to Sealey. Williams was released from prison Thursday, Sealey said, and turned over to Robeson County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Division. He was arrested and placed in the Robeson County Detention Center where he's being held without bond. His first court appearance was Friday in Lumberton District Court. Hill died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head and suffered extensive burns to her body, according to a medical report from the N.C. State Office of Chief Medical Examiner. She was found dead inside a home on Happy Hill Road in the Fairmont community of Robeson County on August 24 of 2015. The autopsy report says Hill suffered extensive charring to 70 percent of total body surface area with a concentration on head and extremities, along with first-degree burns of the torso. Hill's death shocked many in the community and some are baffled as to who would want her dead. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

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(Worthless criminal black) Driver faces homicide charges in police-chase crash that killed (White) couple, 2-year-old daughter
Demetrius ColemanDavid Bianco.Kaylie Meininger and Annika MeiningerNORTH VERSAILLES, Pa. - A couple and their young daughter are dead and three others were taken to a hospital Thursday after a police chase ended in a fiery crash on Route 30 in North Versailles. Authorities said East McKeesport police made a traffic stop at 2:17 p.m. when a driver made an illegal turn. After receiving the driver’s identification, officers learned a warrant was out for 22-year-old Demetrius Coleman's arrest for a probation violation, stemming from drug charges. When North Versailles police officers responded to the scene to assist, the driver took off, and officers pursued the vehicle until it crashed at the intersection of Route 30 and Route 49, hitting two other vehicles, county police said. A police source told Channel 11 News that speeds reached more than 100 mph during the chase. Authorities said that as per protocol, the East McKeesport police officer who initiated the chase was placed on administrative leave. Police said the three people killed - a man, woman and girl - were inside a vehicle struck by the pursued vehicle. The victims’ vehicle burst into flames after the crash. Officials said the victims had nothing to do with the chase. Police identified one of the victims as 28-year-old David Bianco. Family members told Channel 11 that Bianco's fiancee, Kaylie Meininger, 21, and the couple's daughter, Annika Meininger, 2, were the other two victims. They were headed to Thanksgiving dinner at a relative's house at the time of the crash. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)(?)

   
  • (White) Child, 2 Adults Killed In Crash Following Police Chase (of worthless criminal black)
    The victims’ vehicle burst into flamesNORTH VERSAILLES — Two adults and a child were killed when the car they were in burst into flames and was demolished after it was T-boned by a speeding car in North Versailles on Thursday afternoon. That speeding car — being pursued by police — had major front end damage. The 22-year-old driver, Demetrius Coleman from Pittsburgh, and a female passenger were only slightly hurt.
    Ron Riley, who lives nearby, reacted to the accident angrily. “He killed three innocent people, hang his ass as far as I’m concerned.”
    A Mercedes SUV was also involved in the crash. Three women inside the vehicle were hurt, one suffered a head injury.
  • A Proper Burial - (gofundme)

    Witness describes moment woman set on fire at Golden Corral
Darryl Tyrone WhippleJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Jacksonville woman is in critical condition after being lit on fire in the middle of a Golden Corral restaurant where she works. Officers said a man whom the victim knew walked into the Golden Corral around 5 p.m. Wednesday, doused her with some type of flammable fluid, set her on fire and calmly walked out to wait for police. “She tried to run around the counter and when she was going around he lit her from the back.” The witness said that the employee and the man exchanged words before he came back and attacked her. Patrons and employees tried to put the fire out. Others apprehended the man, who Cooks said was armed with a butcher knife. (She was burned) everywhere. Her skin came off; her hair was gone. It was really bad. She was in so much pain.” Cooks estimates that the victim was on fire for about two to three minutes. The victim, Carol Demmons, 56, is at UF Health in Gainesville for treatment. Police believe that the incident was domestic related. The suspect was found sitting on a curb next to the restaurant. The suspect, 58-year-old Darryl Tyrone Whipple, was arrested and charged with attempted murder, officers said. - (Burned Alive!)

    Black arrested for setting his stepfather on fire
Andrell J. LeppanenSCHENECTADY — Schenectady Police on Sunday arrested and charged a man with attempted murder after he allegedly lit his stepfather on fire. Andrell J. Leppanen, 29, allegedly intentionally threw gasoline on his stepfather and lit him on fire on Friday, causing significant injuries that led to the victim being airlifted to Westchester Medical Center, police said. Leppanen was arrested Sunday and charged with attempted murder, assault, reckless endangerment, arson and criminal mischief, according to police. - (Burned Alive!)

    (Black) Teen charged in burning death of elderly (White) man; police searching for second suspect
Thomas SimsGene Emory DacusBIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Birmingham police say an 18-year-old man has been arrested and charged in the burning death of Gene Emory Dacus. 18-year-old Thomas Sims has been charged with capital murder and is being held without bond. Police say they are actively looking for a second suspect. Early Wednesday morning, Birmingham Police officers responded to a scene on 33rd Ave N to a report of a person on fire. Arriving officers found the victim, later identified as 85-year-old Gene Emory Dacus, lying on the ground in the backyard. His body was severely burned. He was pronounced dead on the scene by Birmingham Fire and Rescue. Witnesses on the scene reported seeing a fire in the backyard and also reported seeing a black male running down the alley with a red gas jug. The witnesses also followed the suspect and notified the police of his location, and he was taken into custody. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • 'Somebody burned up Mr. Gene' -- Community struggles with murder of beloved war veteran
    An 85-year-old Korean War veteran found burned to death in the back yard of his North Birmingham home spent his life taking care of others, friends and family said. Gene Emory Dacus, known affectionately by his neighbors as "Mr. Gene," served his country in the U.S. Army, served his family by loving them, teaching them and taking care of them, and served his neighbors by cutting their grass, picking up trash and being their friend. "He was the most kindhearted gentleman you ever met,'' said Gary Dacus, one of the victim's three sons. " He never met a stranger, and he helped anybody he could."

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

    (Black) Mother Of 7 Doused In Gasoline, Set On Fire In Broad Daylight - by cold-blooded evil black man
"Boo Boo"Tabitha MortonLOS ANGELES — The hunt is on for a man accused of dousing a mother of seven in gasoline before setting her on fire in South Los Angeles. Tabitha Morton remains in critical condition at a hospital with extensive burns following the attack, which unfolded June 12th in an alley in the 500 block of E. Vernon Avenue. “This occurred in broad daylight in front of witnesses and she was critically injured while he simply walked away,” said Capt. Daniel Curry of the Los Angeles Fire Department. Investigators say Morton got into a fight with the suspect before he went to a nearby convenience story to buy the gasoline. “You never know what somebody is capable of. Look what he’s done,” she said. Morton’s family posted photographs of the 47-year-old, who is on life support. Workers at an El Pollo Loco location said she worked for what little money she had, often coming there to clean. Investigators say it’s unclear how Morton knew the suspect, who they described as a dangerous, cold-blooded criminal. He was caught on camera grinning moments before the attack. “To methodically just douse her with gasoline and light her on fire, that’s as shocking as you can get,” Curry said. - (Burned Alive!)
   

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


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    (White) Longtime funeral director dies after being found burned and beaten - black man with foreign name "Jawwaad Ali" charged
Jawwaad AliJohn ConnorsPittsburgh police have charged a man with homicide in the death of a longtime funeral home operator in Allentown. Jawwaad Ali, 24, was arrested Friday in the death of John Connors, 83, in the 200 block of Allen Street. Police said Ali is believed to have been staying in Mr. Connors’ home. City homicide detectives, arson investigators and the Allegheny County medical examiner's office responded Friday morning to the run-down home where the burned body of the elderly man was found in a second-floor bedroom. Mr. Connors was a fixture in the neighborhood, often seen with his dog. The medical examiner's office said an autopsy would be conducted today. Mr. Connors’ brother, James Connors, 80, of Carnegie, said he was told by police that the victim had been beaten up and had head trauma. A 911 call came in around 11:30 a.m. for a man on fire in the 200 block of Allen Street. She did not know who placed the call. Firefighters found the body and paramedics pronounced the man dead at 11:38 a.m. Ms. Toler said the fire was mostly out by the time firefighters arrived. People at the scene said Mr. Connors was known to leave his door open. His brother said there were no valuables in the house since they had been stolen long ago. “People broke in and stole things,” James Connors said. “He would help stray people all the time and the drug people would break in.” Ms. Toler said a dog was taken from the scene. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

    (White) Landlord shot, killed and set on fire (by blacks) while trying to collect overdue rent
Maurice E. WatkinsPierre Williams Joseph P. RemlingerCOLUMBUS –Police have arrested two people after a man was found dead after fire on Lilley Avenue, southeast of downtown. The Columbus Division of Police arrested 33-year-old Maurice E. Watkins and 25-year-old Pierre Williams. Watkins is charged with murder for allegedly shooting the victim, 50-year-old Joseph P. Remlinger. Williams is expected to be charged with arson for setting a fire to cover up the shooting. According to Columbus police, Remlinger was Watkins’ landlord and he was trying to collect overdue rent when he was shot by Watkins. Court records show that Watkins was in the process of being evicted from the home that he rented from Remlinger. Sgt. Dave Sicilian said officers found one of the suspects while executing a search warrant at 2755 Grasmere Avenue. According to police, as SWAT officers were preparing to enter the home, a detective saw the suspect drive by. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • Columbus Division of Police
    LANDLORD MURDERED: On Thursday, at 1:06pm officers were dispatched to a report of a fire at 704 Lilley Ave. (east Columbus) Upon arrival, officers found the detached garage, located in the rear of the location, fully engulfed in flames with a vehicle parked inside. After extinguishing the fire, Columbus Division of Fire personnel found the victim deceased, inside of the vehicle.
    Suspect #1: 33-year-old Maurice Watkins was arrested & charged with Murder, as he shot the victim, 50-year-old Joseph Remlinger (M/W).
  • Landlord killed because he tried to collect back rent, police say
  • About Joe Remlinger

    (Black) Man accused of setting dog on fire
Calib LanierAtlanta: -- A Cobb County man has been indicted on charges that he set a pit bull on fire. Calib Lanier of Smyrna is facing two charges of animal cruelty and criminal damage to property. According to the Cobb County District Attorney's Office, in May 2015, Lanier boarded up a dog house with a one-year-old Pit Bull inside before setting it on fire. The dog, named Royalti, was rushed to the Cobb Emergency Veterinary Clinic with burns over 60% of her body. She has since been adopted by a veterinanrian and nursed back to health. Lanier didn't own the dog and there's no word of any kid of a motive. He was arrested a year ago but has been held in south Georgia on unreleated charges. The suspect will be in court for a hearing Friday morning. - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • VINELINK: Offender Name: LANIER, CALIB DANSEL Age: 23 Location: Cobb County Race: African American

    Man wanted for setting "baby momma" woman on fire caught hiding in her attic
Mervin Woodard ELLENWOOD - A man wanted for burning a woman over 25 percent of her body and landing her in a coma has been captured hiding in her attic. Clayton County Police received a tip from neighbors that spotted the man back at the woman's Ellenwood home Friday morning. Police say Mervin Woodard parked a vehicle he was driving a few blocks away from the home in an attempt to go unnoticed. But neighbors were on high alert after word spread about what he did to the woman who lives at the home. Warrants show Woodard arrived at the home Wednesday with a 2-gallon gas can and a lighter. The woman is in a medically-induced coma. The two had children together, and they are being cared for by other family members. - (Burned Alive!)

    Negro suspected of intentionally setting 2 on fire at South LA homeless encampment - (link fixed)
Phillip Darryl Cole LOS ANGELES >> Detectives asked for the public’s help Saturday to find a transient who is suspected of setting two people on fire at a South Los Angeles homeless encampment and committing several robberies. Phillip Darryl Cole allegedly approached a homeless encampment in an empty lot at 83rd Street and Vermont Avenue at 6:40 a.m. Thursday “and threw a flammable liquid on two victims and lit them on fire, causing serious injuries,” according to a police statement. Cole is also a suspect in several robberies of homeless victims, according to Los Angeles police. No details about the robberies were released by the LAPD. Cole is black, 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs about 260 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. “The suspect is transient and believed to be in the area where the crime occurred,” police said.

    Police: ‘Disturbing’ Action Leads To Deadly Bensalem Motel Fire - black burns girlfriend alive
Kevin SmallBENSALEM, Pa. — Authorities say a Philadelphia man threw a cup of gasoline on his girlfriend while she was smoking in a motel room, starting a fire that killed her after a domestic dispute. Police in Bensalem said in a criminal complaint that 46-year-old Kevin Small bought the gasoline from a convenience store across the street from the suburban Philadelphia motel. Small was arraigned on homicide, arson and other charges Sunday afternoon in the death of 46-year-old Mellissa Bacon-Smith. Bensalem police say Bacon-Smith’s body was found after the fire at the Lincoln Motel in Bensalem reported about 2:30 a.m. Sunday. He said “I’m sorry” when asked by reporters if he had anything to say to her family. - (Burned Alive!)

   

UK: Illegal immigrant Muhammed Hammad who deliberately burned his wife to death jailed for life
Muhammed HammadAn illegal immigrant who murdered his wife by pouring white spirit over her and setting her on fire has been jailed for life. Muhammed Hammad, 30, carried out the killing of Nazia Aktar, 31, following an argument at their home on April 25 last year. The mobile phone shop worker then poured white spirit on himself and set himself on fire in a bid to cover his tracks and make it look like an accident, a court heard. The couple lived together after meeting in 2013 and marrying the year after but Nazia had threatened to divorce him. She claimed Pakistani-born Hammad, who was in the country illegally, was controlling and had only married her to get a British visa. - (Burned Alive!) - (UK)


 

    Police say cats were likely burned alive, man arrested for cruelty to animals
Jacob LamarMORRISTOWN, Tenn. - A Morristown man has been arrested for killing three cats, police say it's likely he placed them inside a hot oven while they were still alive. Jacob Lamar is charged with cruelty to animals. The incident happened in July of 2015 but police just recently were able to track him down. According to the cat's owner, Krystal Purdue, Lamar was left alone with the cats. When she came home she found Lamar outside throwing up and a foul odor coming from the house. He told her had to "scold" one of the cats for going to the bathroom inside the house. Purdue found one cat hiding behind her stove with a bloodied nose but three others were missing. It wasn't until three days later she found them dead inside a trash can wrapped in a Wal-Mart bag. Inside her oven she found seven cat nails and burnt cat hair. It's likely the cats were put into the oven still alive. An autopsy done on the cats shows they died from blunt force trauma and that their bodies and foot pads were blistered. - (Burned Alive!)
   

    Oakland Man Convicted of Burning 8-Week-Old Puppy Alive - burned puppy alive in a cage - like ISIS
Willie Bee TurnerA 21-year-old Oakland man was convicted Thursday of burning his 8-week-old puppy alive after the dog defecated in a friend’s apartment. Willie Bee Turner was found guilty of malicious killing of an animal, animal abuse, and two counts of arson, according to the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office. On Jan. 20, Turner took his female Chihuahua-mix puppy with him on a trip to visit a friend’s apartment in Sacramento, prosecutors said. During the visit, Turner became enraged when the puppy defecated and it became apparent the young dog had worms, according to a new release from the DA’s office. Turner told the animal she had “betrayed” him and began excessive discipline, the release stated. The puppy was soon seen limping badly, and Turner was observed dousing the animal with a bleach cleanser, prosecutors said Witnesses retrieved the puppy and placed it in a neighbor’s dog carrier. Within moments, Turner walked off with the puppy in the carrier. He walked across the street where he ignited the bedding and puppy in the carrier, the release stated. Testimony from a county veterinarian the puppy was burned alive while trapped inside the dog carrier. - (Burned Alive!)
   

    (Black) Woman (named Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier) pleads guilty to setting her newborn on fire in road
Hyphernkemberly DorvilierMOUNT HOLLY, N.J. -- A woman has pleaded guilty to setting her newborn on fire and leaving her in the middle of a New Jersey street. Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier pleaded guilty Monday in Mount Holly to aggravated manslaughter. She had previously pleaded not guilty to a murder charge. Authorities say the 23-year-old Pemberton Township woman doused her newborn with accelerant and set her on fire in January 2015. The baby had third-degree burns over 60 percent of her body. She died two hours after she was flown to a Philadelphia hospital. Prosecutors will recommend that Dorvilier be sentenced to 30 years in prison. She is scheduled to be sentenced April 22. Prosecutors say she hid her pregnancy from her mother and sister. Investigators say the baby was found with her umbilical cord and placenta attached. - (Burned Alive!)

    (Black) Suspect indicted in Jessica Chambers (white female's) burning death
Quinton TellisJessica Lane Chambers and friendJessica ChambersJACKSON, Miss. — A man suspected in another homicide has been indicted in the December 2014 burning death of Mississippi teen Jessica Chambers. Quinton Tellis, 27, originally of Courtland, was indicted on capital murder charges by a special grand jury in Panola County as he sat in the Ouachita Parish Jail in Monroe, La., where he is being held on charges connected to the August 2015 death of a University of Louisiana Monroe exchange student. Tellis is believed to have been the last person to have been with Chambers the night she was killed. The two allegedly had a relationship in the weeks leading up to her death, officials said. While Chambers and Tellis were eight years apart in age, they both went to South Panola High School and grew up in the same neighborhood. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • Jessica Chambers Update: Last Words Of Mississippi Girl Burned Alilve Named Her Killer As 'Eric' Or 'Derrick'? - Dec 23, 2015
    The FBI and local police have started arresting black Mississippi gang members as part of “Operation Bite Back". Part of the reason police suspect that a gang member may be involved is due to reports that Jessica “spurned a relationship invitation by a black gang member” shortly before her death. More than 14 months ago, authorities discovered the blonde ex-cheerleader from Courtland, who had been set on fire. She was found on the road with burns over most of her body. She died a few hours later at a hospital in Memphis. Officials said thermal injury killed her.
  • Former ULM graduate student died from stab wound; homicide investigation ongoing - August 12, 2015
    Quinton TellisMeing-Chen HsiaoTellis was living in Monroe with his new wife when he was arrested by Monroe Police Department and charged with crimes connected to the stabbing death of Meing-Chen Hsiao, 34, of Taiwan. Local media reports say she had been missing for more than a week when her body was found Aug. 8. She had been stabbed to death in her apartment.

   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Teenager Sentenced After Setting Boy on Fire
Rayfiq TiggleA teenager is heading to prison for spraying hand sanitizer on an 11-year-old old boy and setting him on fire last summer in West Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Daily News reports that Judge Benjamin Lerner imposed a 3 1/2 to seven-year sentence Friday on 16-year-old Rayfiq Tiggle. The teen, who was tried as an adult, apologized to the victim's mother and asked the court for forgiveness, calling it an accident. But Lerner said he didn't believe that and it wasn't his job to forgive the defendant. Prosecutors said the youth sprayed hand sanitizer on the left side of the boy's body in July, took out a lighter and lit him on fire, inflicting second-degree burns. - (Burned Alive!)
   

   

(Hispanic) Hubby who set his wife on fire with blowtorch gets 35 years in jail
Carlos DiazA Manhattan judge tossed a jealous husband in prison for 35 years to life for dousing his estranged wife in lighter fluid and setting her on fire with a blowtorch then trying to do the same to his ex-boss. Justice Gregory Carro stopped short of giving Carlos Diaz, 38, the maximum of 50 to life requested by prosecutors who called his crime “brutal” and “cold-blooded.” Diaz was convicted by a jury in December of eight counts of attempted murder, assault, attempted assault and attempted arson for the horrific Jan. 16, 2013 attack on Cathy Zappata and Gerson Marchena. Zappata suffered 2nd degree burns all over her body and was hospitalized for eight days. - (Burned Alive!)


    Disturbing horrific new details emerge in murder of 91-year-old (White) man - (by worthless evil black demon)
black killerblack killerblack killerPaul MonchnikDETROIT - We’re learning disturbing new details about the murder of a 91-year-old man. Testimony is revealing just how awful his final moments alive may have been. A doctor told the judge today that accelerant was found inside the stomach of Paul Monchnik. Prosecutors say 17-year-old George Stewart IV murdered the retired TV repairman back in November. Monchnik was beaten and set on fire in his Detroit home. Stewart had just moved in with his grandparents, who lived next door to Monchnik. An assistant Wayne County Medical Examiner told a judge that he discovered about one-fifth of a cup of some type of accelerant inside the elderly man’s stomach. He said Monchnik may have been forced to drink the accelerant or it may have been forced into his throat. Members of Stewart’s family called police when they recognized his image from surveillance cameras at a nearby gas station – where he purchased gasoline the night of the murder. The judge did find there’s enough evidence to send the murder case to trial. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   

    Baltimore PD Announces New ‘Public Enemy No. 1’ After Fatal House Fire
Alan Lorenzo FloydBALTIMORE — Public Enemy No. 1. City police are hunting down a man they say barricaded two people in a room and lit it on fire. Now a 61-year-old woman is dead in the first murder of the year. It’s a crime the police commissioner calls unspeakable–a woman locked in a burning home and left to die. “Brutal, ruthless, vicious, merciless, sadistic and cruel,” said Commissioner Kevin Davis, Baltimore City Police Department. That is how police describe Public Enemy No. 1 — 59-year-old Alan Lorenzo Floyd. Investigators say Floyd was inside an East Baltimore rowhome on Madison Street on New Year’s Day. He locked two people inside a room, including a 61-year-old woman, then lit the house on fire. “Two people were actually in a room and were barricaded behind a door that he had doused with some type of accelerant and he set fire to that,” said T.J. Smith, Baltimore City Police Department. Neighbors frantically tried to save the people who were trapped. One managed to make it out alive. Firefighters weren’t able to save the other woman. - (Burned Alive!)

    (Black) Pomona Man Charged With Murdering (white) Mother Of His Children On Christmas Day - Burned Alive
Clarence Duwell DearDawn HensleyLOS ANGELES — A 51-year-old man will be arraigned Tuesday on charges related to the murder of the mother of his children that took place on Christmas Day. Clarence Durell Dear, of Pomona, has been charged with one count of murder with the special circumstance of torture and one count of cruelty to a child, their 12-year-old son, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. The special circumstance makes Dear eligible for the death penalty. His fate will later be decided by prosecutors. Dear was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday afternoon in the Pomona branch of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, but the arraignment was postponed until Jan. 28. He was ordered held without bail. Dear is accused of dousing Dawn Hensley, 41, of Pomona, with flammable liquid and setting her aflame by using a cigarette in the 1500 block of Cordova Street on Friday afternoon, according to police. Neighbors reported seeing Hensley appear to be engulfed in flames before she collapsed onto the street. Upon their arrival, paramedics treated her for severe burns and transported her to a hospital, where she later succumbed to her injuries. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


   

(Hispanic) Man accused of burning his girlfriend to death
Carlos Leon PinedaMiriam Velez-SamayoaCarlos Leon Pineda was arrested in the death of his girlfriend, Miriam Velez-Samayoa. Police on Wednesday arrested the man who allegedly burned his girlfriend to death in their Queens apartment in October. Miriam Velez-Samayoa, 28, was found burned in the bathtub of the Jamaica apartment she shared with her unemployed boyfriend and several other immigrants on Saturday, Oct. 17, said cops and witnesses. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Velez-Samayoa’s body had been doused in fuel, and cops found a gas canister in the bedroom.. - (Burned Alive!)

   

    (Black) Suspect Charged After Police Say He Set Co-Workers On Fire
Christopher Harrison JrOne of the victims is apparently WhiteBALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. - Two people remain hospitalized with serious burns after police say their co-worker doused them with gasoline and lit them on fire. The gruesome crime happened in White Marsh. The suspect is under arrest but the investigation continues. Burned asphalt and charred grass mark the spot where police say Christopher Harrison Jr. set two men on fire. Police were called to Route 40 in White Marsh just before 5 o’clock Friday evening. They found the victims running frantically down the road, calling out for help. Investigators say four men left work at a local business in two different cars. When one car broke down, the co-workers went to the White Marsh truck stop for fuel. As they were walking back, they started arguing and fighting. Burned asphalt and charred grass mark the spot where police say Christopher Harrison Jr. set two men on fire. Police were called to Route 40 in White Marsh just before 5 o’clock Friday evening. They found the victims running frantically down the road, calling out for help. Investigators say four men left work at a local business in two different cars. When one car broke down, the co-workers went to the White Marsh truck stop for fuel. As they were walking back, they started arguing and fighting. - (Burned Alive!) - (Black-on-white)
   

    Black ex-boyfriend Dwight Burton pleads not guilty to murder (of two White boys), arson and several other charges
Dwight BurtonJessica BaxterErika Kurtz and (dead) boysErica KurtzMichael And Joshua MaxwellBinghamton, NY - Dwight Burton, the man accused of setting fire to a Johnson City home in October pleaded not guilty to all charges in Broome County Court on Monday. - Arson in the first degree - Murder in the first degree (three counts) - Murder in the second degree (two counts) - Attempted murder in the second degree - Assault in the first degree (two counts) - Aggravated criminal contempt His charges are related to the fire he allegedly started on Oct. 19 at 145 Floral Ave. in Johnson City. Four-year-old Joshua Maxwell and three-year-old Michael Maxwell were killed in the fire. The boys' mother, 27-year-old Erica Lynn and her friend, 28-year-old Jessica Baxter, were seriously injured in the fire. On Monday, Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse said Erica Lynn had been released from the hospital and Jessica Baxter was in fair condition. In Court on Monday, Burton signed two orders of protection in court on Monday, for Lynn and Baxter. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
   

Dangers of interracial dating


   

(Hispanic) Man accused of setting estranged girlfriend on fire
Jose Luis HernandezKATY, Texas — A 41-year-old suburban Houston man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire was in jail Friday on $100,000 bond, authorities said. Jose Luis Hernandez, 41, was charged Friday with aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury and had burns on his hands when taken into custody, according to the Harris County Fire Marshal's Office. He is accused of pouring rubbing alcohol on his 52-year-old estranged girlfriend and set her ablaze. - (Burned Alive!)


    Mom, boyfriend charged in death of toddler burned in oven
Racqual Thompson and Cornell MaloneHOUSTON — A Houston mother and her boyfriend have been charged in connection with the death of her 19-month-old daughter, who was severely burned inside an oven when she and her three young siblings were left home alone, police announced Tuesday. Racqual Thompson and Cornell Malone have each been charged with four counts of endangering a child. Both remain jailed. J’zyra Thompson’s two 3-year-old siblings told Child Protective Services that one of them put J’zyra inside the oven and that they made the oven “hot.” Later that night, Thompson and Malone again left the children alone after putting them to bed to go get some pizza and visit Malone’s brother. The couple was gone for about two hours. “Mr. Malone stated that when they returned and went into the apartment, he could ‘smell something burning,'” She was obviously burned and deceased,” according to the affidavit. The oven had apparently been turned on “all the way.” - (Burned Alive!)

    Black man set to die for burning alive his daughter and two other step-daughters - one of which he raped
Raphael Holiday A district judge has set an execution date for an East Texas man who was sentenced to death for starting a house fire that killed three children in Madison County almost 15 years ago. Raphael Deon Holiday, 35, is scheduled to die by lethal injection on Nov. 18 at the Huntsville "Walls" Unit for the murders of his 18-month-old daughter Justice and step-daughters Tierra Lynch, 7, and Jasmine DuPaul, 5. Holiday was convicted and sentenced to death by a Walker County jury in June 2002. Holiday set fire to the home he once shared with his estranged wife, Tami Wilkerson, the children's mother, on the night of Sept. 6, 2000. Wilkerson was locked inside the home with her daughters at the time the fire was started, but she was able to escape. Beverly Mitchell, the victims' grandmother, testified at Holiday's trial that he held her at gunpoint and forced her to douse the home in gasoline. She said he bent down and that is when the fire began. Wilkerson testified that she had thrown Holiday out of their home in March shortly before Holiday was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting one of the step-daughters. A witness at the scene testified that he heard Holiday say he wasn't going to take the "rap" for the sexual assault and that "he'd burn the house down with everyone in it." - (Burned Alive!)
Bible
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    Homestead Man Allegedly Sets Own Father On Fire
Tabias RollinsHOMESTEAD — The hunt is on for a man who, police say, intentionally lit his father on fire, leaving him in critical condition. Police said it happened Saturday morning at 730 N.W. 17th Street, after an argument between the victim and his son, 38-year-old Tabias Rollins. “During the argument, Rollins decided to douse his father with gasoline and light him on fire,” said Det. Fernando Morales of the Homestead Police Dept. “Fire was able to get here on time, extinguish the fire and airlift the father to Kendall Regional Medical Center.” - (Burned Alive!)
   

    Husband doused wife, set her on fire, Hueytown police say
Manfred McCarrollA Hueytown man doused his wife with a flammable liquid and set her on fire during a fight at their family home, police said. Authorities today announced charges against 38-year-old Manfred McCarroll. He is being held in the Jefferson County Jail with bond set at $180,000. Hueytown police and firefighters were called to the family's house on Newport Drive about 12:45 a.m. on Oct. 28, said Sgt. Mark Didcoct. They were dispatched there on a report of a house fire, but soon learned there was more. Inside they found McCarroll and his wife, both badly burned. Both were taken to UAB's Trauma and Burn Intensive Care Unit. After questioning, detectives learned that the fire erupted during an argument between McCarroll and his 40-year-old wife. The couple's three school-age children were home at the time, - (Burned Alive!)

    (Black) Man arrested for aggravated arson, aggravated murder after deadly house fire (for 75-yr-old White man)
Roma Sparks houseRoma SparksCharles H. DavenportCleveland police have arrested one man following the deadly house fire on West 56th Street Thursday morning. The house was completely engulfed by the time fire crews arrived at about 5 a.m. Thursday. 75-year-old Roma Sparks was located unconscious near the back door and later died at the hospital. Neighbors said while the flames burned, Sparks’ neighbor, Charles H. Davenport, stood across the street confessing that he poured gasoline on the front of the house and lit it. Davenport has since been arrested on aggravated arson and aggravated murder, but has not yet been charged. "The guy knocked on my door, told me to move my truck because he was about to do something to that house," neighbor Ryan Mahone said. Davenport’s mother said he was recently released from the hospital for mental health treatment. - (Burned Alive!) - (Black-on-white)
   
  • If this were not an integrated neighborhood - perhaps the White man would still be alive - ed.

    (Black) Suspect identified in arson fire that killed 2 (White) children
Michael And Joshua Maxwellblack suspectJessica BaxterErika Kurtz and (dead) boysErica KurtzUPDATE: Suspect in Floral Ave Arson is Dwight D. Burton, 38, of Johnson City. He's charged with 1st Degree Murder and 1st Degree Arson. JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. -- A community is grieving after two children died in a house fire early Monday morning. Johnson City Firefighters were called to 145 Floral Avenue at 1:58 a.m. where a fire had engulfed a multi-family home. Two children were trapped on the third floor and were taken to UHS Wilson Hospital where they later died. "It took them a while cause they had to put the fire out to get to the third floor, so it delayed their time to get up there," Johnson City Fire Chief Rob Jacyna said. The children's parents were able to escape the fire, but not without suffering severe burns. They were transported to a burn unit in Syracuse. Investigators suspect it may be arson. - (Black-on-white) - (Burned Alive!)
   
  • You can't replace babies': Vigil held for victims of JC fire
    The early Monday morning fire, which police say was intentionally set, also severely burned two women who leaped from a third-story window, including the boys' mother. They are listed in critical condition at a burn center in Syracuse. "Two beautiful women and two innocent babies," said Patricia Baxter, of Castle Creek, whose daughter Jessica Baxter was one of the two adult victims, during Monday night's vigil. "Who does that to a family? Who tears us apart?" She identified the two boys as Michael Maxwell and Joshua Maxwell and the other female victim as the boys' mother, Erica Kurtz. Jessica Baxter and Kurtz, both 27, have been friends since childhood, Patricia Baxter said.
    Police say Dwight Burton, 38, used an accellerant to start the fire in a hallway outside a third-floor apartment at 145 Floral Ave., as the victims slept. He has been charged with felony counts of first-degree murder and arson
    Court papers identified Jessica Baxter as Burton's intended target.
  • Fire suspect's prior arrests linked to domestic violence
    Dwight Burton, 38, is accused of igniting the third-floor hallway of apartment housing at 145 Floral Ave. while the victims were asleep, killing 4-year-old Joshua Maxwell and 3-year-old Michael Maxwell. Police say Burton’s intended target was Jessica Baxter, who was inside the apartment with the boys’ mother, Erica Kurtz.
  • Memorial outside Johnson City home a day after fire
    I think this guy is a coward. If you are going to burn down a house with little kids in it and hurt their family. I basically think you are a straight up coward.
  • Offender Name: DWIGHT D BURTON Offender ID: 09640342P Age: 38 Race: African American Gender: Male
  • Keekee Motionless is on Facebook
    "There's gonna be a petition at 145 floral Ave to have Dwight Burton sent to consider death penalty we need 1000 ppl to sign. He is the one who caused the fire he pored gas out side my aunts door and lit it because she didn't want him no more. She's fighting for her life in Syracuse hospital so is her friend Erica. Erica is in a coma she had 2 little boys 3&4 and they both passed because of this man. They all lived together and he knew the children were in the house. Some of you may know my aunt her name is Jessica Baxter her and her friend also need prayers. My grandma (her mother) seen her (Jessica) and almost had a mental break down. My family ran to ketch her before she could collapse on to the hospital floor..."
   

 

    MPD: Man lit woman on fire, charged with attempted murder
Terrignon BrownA Memphis man has been charged with attempted murder after police say he lit a woman on fire. Witnesses and neighbors said the burn victim, who was recovering at a local hospital as of Thursday afternoon, was involved in a dispute with a drug dealer. According to the arrest affidavit, Terrignon Brown was threatening a woman because she was unable to pay a $500 drug debt. Witnesses said he poured lighter fluid on the woman's head, then tried to set her on fire with a lighter. When the first lighter didn’t work, the suspect got another lighter from another person to finish the job. Police have not said if they’re searching for a second suspect. When police arrived, the victim's scalp was red, her hair was burned, and she had ashes on her white tank top. - (Burned Alive!)

    Teen Sprays Hand Sanitizer on West Philadelphia Boy, 11, Sets Him on Fire: Police
Rayfiq TiggleAn 11-year-old boy was on the road to recovery after police said a teen sprayed him with hand sanitizer and set him on fire in west Philadelphia. Lt. John Walker told the Philadelphia Daily News the incident happened at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday as the victim and a friend were sitting on a porch of a home along Hazel Street near 60th Street. Police said 17-year-old Rayfiq Tiggle walked by, carrying a bottle of hand sanitizer. The 11-year-old's friend asked if he could have some and Tiggle initially agreed. But he then sprayed it on the victim's torso and told him he's dirty, before setting the shirtless boy on fire. The flames were doused in about 10 seconds. The boy was hospitalized in stable condition with second-degree burns and was able to identify Tiggle as his attacker. - (Burned Alive!)
   

   
  • Previously-Deported Illegal Alien Charged With Murdering Washington Woman And Her Son
     Prudencio Fragos-Ramirez An illegal alien from Mexico who was deported last year is accused of fatally shooting and burning a Washington woman and her son. Prudencio Fragos-Ramirez, 25, was arraigned on Monday and is being held on $1 million bail for the murders of 18-year-old Maria Cruiz-Calvillo and her 3-year-old son, Luis Lopez-Cruz, the Tri-City Herald reports. The pair’s burned bodies were discovered in a remote area on Thursday. The two had gunshot wounds, but the boy was likely still alive when the car was set ablaze, according to Franklin County coroner Dan Blasdel. Prosecutors allege that Fragos-Ramirez had just begun dating Cruiz-Calvillo and killed her out of jealousy. He was last seen by a neighbor after Cruiz-Calvillo and Lopez-Cruz arrived at his house in Pasco, a small town in central Washington. The three drove away in Cruiz-Calvillo’s car, which was found ablaze 30 minutes later in a ravine, according to court documents. - (Burned Alive!) - (Invasion!)
  • Illegal immigrant accused of burning three-year-old alive, killing child's mom
    How many more Americans must die at the hands of illegal aliens before our borders are secured?

  • Connell man charged with murdering girlfriend and her son held on $1 million bail -
    Prudencio Juan Fragos-Ramirez
    , 25, is scheduled to return July 14 to Franklin County Superior Court on the two new counts of first-degree murder. The charges allege that Fragos-Ramirez acted with premeditated intent when he shot Maria G. Cruz-Cavillo, 18, and Luis F. Lopez-Cruz, then set fire to their car in a ravine near Scooteney Reservoir at Scooteney and Ridge roads.

    Cobb County man accused of setting pit bull on fire
Calib Dansel LanierRoyaltiA Cobb County man is accused of setting fire to a doghouse, causing severe burns to the female pit bull that was inside, according to police. Calib Dansel Lanier, of Smyrna, was arrested Monday night at his home and charged with aggravated cruelty to animals and third-degree arson, both felonies, Cobb jail records showed. Lanier was being held Tuesday afternoon on $10,000 bond. No information was released on a possible motive. An arrest warrant stated the dog did not belong to Lanier. Said accused did maliciously cause physical harm to an animal, ‘Royalti’, a 1½ year old female pit bulldog, when he used a flammable accelerant to ignite the dog house that Royalti occupied, causing severe burns and serious disfiguration across the head and body of the dog,” the warrant stated. - (Burned Alive!)

    Homeless black man accused of setting friend's face on fire after argument
Jonathan Bridges MIAMI - A homeless man from Miami was arrested after setting his friend on fire. A Miami-Dade County judge raised Jonathan Bridges' charge to first-degree murder Thursday. Bridges and the victim, who was also homeless, were staying at a mutual friend's home temporarily when they got into a heated argument over "trivial matters." Police said Bridges, 43, threatened the victim, stating, "I'll kill you. I'll set you on fire." Bridges got a plastic bottle and squirted some type of chemical into the man's eyes, blinding him. The victim tried to push Bridges away, but the suspect ignited the victim's shirt with a cigarette lighter, police said. He was taken to Kendall Regional Medical Center with second- and third-degree burns and later died of his injuries. - (Burned Alive!)

   

Florida man sets bouncer on fire after he gets kicked out for hustling pool
Ivan Louis RodriguezA badly burnt bouncer from Florida is fighting for his life as police search for the scoundrel who set him on fire late Sunday outside a Port St. Lucie watering hole. The incident occurred after the punk was tossed out of Neely’s Grog House. The staff refused to accept a personal check from Ivan Louis Rodriguez, 45, because he wrote checks in recent weeks that bounced. Without another way to pay for the two beers and two mixed drinks police said he ordered and imbibed, the man allegedly tried to hustle patrons at the pool table. That’s when the bouncer, Brian Johnston, walked over. The two exchanged words, and the troublemaker was ejected. But Rodriguez allegedly returned a couple of hours later, approached Johnston in the parking lot and tossed a cup of gasoline on him. During the skirmish that followed, the deadbeat used a cigarette lighter and, with a visible flash of light the bouncer was set ablaze. Rodriguez then got into a pickup truck and drove off. - (Burned Alive!)


    Detectives searching for man, 62, accused of setting girlfriend on fire in Seattle
John Turner SEATTLE — A south Seattle woman was hospitalized with severe burns Monday after she was set on fire, allegedly by a jealous boyfriend. Detectives are searching for the suspect who they identified as 62-year-old John Turner. “She was hollering and screaming, running back and forth,” Patricia Workenh said of the attack Sunday night. Workenh could only watch as her good friend, Lisa Cain, screamed in pain, her chest, face and arms engulfed in flames. “I know the fire burned her clothes off,” Workenh said. Workenh said she begged Cain to break up with the boyfriend but never thought he would be capable of this violence. - (Burned Alive!)
   

    Police: Mom Arrested for Setting Daughter On Fire, Attempted Murder
Porche WrightSACRAMENTO- Porche Wright, 27, was arrested and booked into the Sacramento County Jail this weekend. She’s facing felony child abuse and attempted murder charges. The Sacramento Police Department was called to a home on El Camino Avenue and Cantalier street Saturday afternoon. Neighbors say the young mother lit her 7-year-old daughter on fire. “She put gas on her and put a match on her,” said a neighbor. - (Burned Alive!)

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