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

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

    (White) Baltimore woman's skull fractured in robbery (by brutal black predator)
Lauren Haydenblack attackerBALTIMORE —A Baltimore woman is in the hospital with a fractured skull after she was beaten during a robbery. "It's kind of an unusual thing to happen in that particular area," victim's brother Robert Hayden said. Hayden has gone from brother to caretaker after his sister, Lauren Hayden, was viciously attacked in Upper Fells Point on Friday. "She's always the one who said she never felt unsafe, threatened by anyone, so it's pretty unfathomable," Hayden said. Police said at around 1:30 a.m., Lauren Hayden and a friend were walking home from the bars in Fells Point. When they got to about the intersection of Washington and Bank streets, someone grabbed her around the waist and threw her to the ground. "In the struggle, he took my sister down to the ground by the hair and slammed her face into a car bumper and then tried to drag her across the street," Hayden said. The attacker then ripped her purse away and ran. Hayden’s brother said the injuries were very serious, sending his sister to Shock Trauma for immediate surgery. "The impact fractured her skull and her whole body is just raw, scraped from head to toe," Hayden said. - (Black-on-white)
   

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

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

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

    (Interracial) Gray Court pair face charges in girl's molestation case
Jerry Lewis Sullivan, 56, and Jean Campbell Parker, 58A Gray Court, SC man and woman are facing charges after a man reportedly molested a girl and a woman told the girl not to tell anyone. Jerry Lewis Sullivan, 56, and Jean Campbell Parker, 58, both of 510 Currys Lake Road, Gray Court were arrested Wednesday. Sullivan was charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor, and Parker was charged with unlawful neglect of a child. A woman told Laurens sheriff's deputies that a man molested an 11-year-old girl while she was sleeping, and another woman told the girl not to tell anyone about it, according to a report.
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    Helena-West Helena Police arrest (black) man for raping 15-year-old
William Maylone WatsonHELENA-WEST HELENA, Ark. — A man is behind bars in Helena-West Helena, accused of raping a 15-year-old girl and getting her pregnant. Police starting investigating the case in April while serving a search warrant at a home, where they found the victim pregnant with her third child. There was already an open investigation involving the victim from a previous rape allegation, police said. Police said they used DNA to determine the father of the victim’s infant was 44-year-old William Maylone Watson, who was a suspect. The victim’s mother knew Watson had visited the victim and her infant, police said. Police arrested Watson Sunday. Rape of a minor charges are pending, police said. Rape of a minor charges are pending
   
  • Police: AR Man Accused in Rape Fathered Child with Victim
  • Police: Relative knew pregnant teenager was being raped
    Christine FulmerHELENA-WEST HELENA, AR - Helena-West Helena police have arrested a family member of a teen rape victim that was discovered to be pregnant for the third time. William Maylone Watson, a registered sex offender, was arrested Sunday for the rape of a 15-year-old girl. The victim told investigators that the family member was physically abusive towards her and knew the victim was having sex with Watson. Christine Fulmer, 36, was arrested and charged with three counts of permitting abuse of a minor, endangering welfare of an incompetent person, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Her bond was set at $110,000. The victim, her two sisters, and her two children were removed from the home in April when investigators found the 15-year-old to be pregnant. Watson was charged with rape.
   

Dangers of interracial dating


    (Black) Suspect pleads not guilty in Cotton District rape, assault
Terry Lamont HillJerry Lee Talley JrOne of two men arrested in connection to an alleged Cotton District rape, kidnapping and assault pleaded not guilty to six felony charges Wednesday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court. Judge Lee Coleman set 42-year-old Terry Lamont Hill's bond at $500,000 after he entered not guilty pleas to two felony kidnapping charges and one count each of aggravated assault, rape, robbery and sexual battery. Hill, of West Point, and 29-year-old Jerry Lee Talley Jr., of McCool, stand accused of beating, subduing and locking a man in a Cotton District home's closet and raping a woman on May 1.

    4 (black) men arrested, believed to be responsible for violent S. Tulsa home invasion - sexual assault
suspectsuspectsuspectsuspectTULSA - Four men were arrested Thursday for the home invasion described as violent, says Tulsa police. The suspects arrested, according to Tulsa police, are also thought to be connected to three separate robberies, two of which occurred Wednesday. Maurece Younger, 18, Dashun Mack, 18, James Jones, 25 and another man, who is listed as a minor, were arrested on six counts of armed robbery. Younger was also arrested on one count of first degree rape. Thursday morning, a group of black men allegedly kicked down the door of a south Tulsa apartment at the Yale Towne Apartments at 71st and Irvington, say police. The resident, a woman, was taken to the hospital after the incident. Police say they believe the suspect sexually assaulted her during the break-in.

    Police search for (black) Indianapolis man who is accused of keeping woman chained in basement for sex
Maurice NelsonINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A man kept a woman chained up for days and held her prisoner in the basement of an Indianapolis home, prosecutors say. Indianapolis Metropolitan police are now searching for that man. Maurice Nelson, 28, is accused of kidnapping and raping the woman at a home in the 4500 block of Norwaldo Avenue on the north side. Nelson is wanted on three counts of rape and one count each of criminal confinement, battery by means of a deadly weapon, intimidation, battery resulting in bodily injury, interference with the reporting of a crime and battery by bodily waste. On July 14, a neighbor called police around 6:20 p.m. after hearing the woman screaming. Police forced their way into the home and found the nude woman handcuffed in the basement. She was in shackles and had a chain with a padlock around her neck. Other chains bolted her to the floor and a pole, police said. The victim told officers Nelson stated he was going to find more females during Black Expo and bring them back to his house.

 
  • Police Search For (black) Man Who Sexually Assaulted Teenage Girl On Baltimore Street
    suspectBALTIMORE — After a 16-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on a Baltimore street Wednesday, police are asking for the public’s help with finding the suspect. According to investigators, the girl was walking in the 1900 block of N. Broadway around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday when she was approached by a man, described as a 5-foot-11 black man with a medium complexion. She told police the man pulled out a gun and sexually assaulted her, then fled the scene. The man was last seen wearing black pants and a black hat.

    (Black) Man arrested in connection to sexual assault in Detroit
black rapistAn arrest was made Wednesday in connection to a July 10 sexual assault on the city’s west side, Detroit police said. The man, whom police referred to as a person of interest, is being held on a unrelated traffic warrant, police said. Just hours before the arrest, Crime Stoppers of Michigan circulated a poster about the incident, which allegedly started at Zoom Gas Station on Plymouth and Hubbell before the suspect took the victim into a vacant home on the 10600 block of Foley, then allegedly assaulted her.
   
  • Update: Rape suspect charged with kidnapping, sexual assault
    DETROIT - Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced charges Thursday for a man wanted in connection with the sexual assault of an 18-year-old woman in Detroit. Jovon Boykins, Sr., 35, of Detroit, was charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and kidnapping.

    Canada: two blacks arrested for sexual assaults on underage victims - raped a 3 MONTH OLD GIRL
Ochieng Murray and Jermaine BudgeonIn 2003, a now-38-year-old man sexually assaulted a three-month-old girl in the Jane Street and Trethewey Drive area. On Tuesday, July 12, 2016, Ochieng Murray, 38, of Toronto, was arrested. He is charged with: 1) three counts of Sexual Assault 2) Sexual Interference 3) Forcible Confinement 4) Threatening Death He is scheduled to appear in court at 2201 Finch Avenue West on Monday, July 25, 2016, 10 a.m., room 204. Between 1991 and 1994, he lived in the Keele Street and Lawrence Avenue West area. Police are concerned there may be other victims in this area. On Thursday, July 14, 2016, Jermaine Budgeon, 37, of Toronto, was arrested. He is charged with: 1) Sexual Assault 2) Forcible Confinement He was scheduled to appear in court on Thursday, July 14, 2016, 10 a.m. Police are concerned there may be other victims. - (Canada)

    Prosecutors: (Black female) Stabbing suspect, (white male) victim met through Craigslist ad
Octavia LindseyGREEN BAY -- A De Pere woman was charged Tuesday with attempted first-degree intentional homicide for stabbing a man she met via Craigslist, when he was looking for companionship. Both the victim, Kevin J. Day, and the suspect, Octavia Lindsey, blamed each other for instigating the incident. Day put an ad on Craigslist looking for someone. After contacting Lindsey, he went to a De Pere apartment. After undressing, he got on the bed, she joined him, and then stabbed him, Day said. The two then struggled, and she eventually offered to take him to the hospital. He passed out, but eventually she dropped him off at Bellin Hospital, Day said, according to the criminal complaint. Doctors said Day had several lacerations, including a 7-9" puncture wound just below and to the side of his neck. Lindsey told police she was the victim and she was defending herself. She didn't want to have sex with Day and was resisting his advances when she stabbed him, the complaint states.
   

Dangers of interracial dating


 

 

 
  • Man repeatedly stabbed outside Jack in the Box (by corn-rowed black beggar)
    suspectSAN DIEGO — A patron of a fast food restaurant in the Mountain View neighborhood was repeatedly stabbed early Thursday, police said. The 23-year-old victim and several other people were eating in a vehicle outside the Jack in the Box on South 43rd Street near Z Street when a man walked up and asked for money shortly before 1 a.m., San Diego police Officer Robert Heims said. An argument ensued and the suspect challenged the victim to a fight, according to the officer. However, the suspect stabbed the victim in the stomach multiple times as he got out of the car. The suspect took off, and the victim was taken to a hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries, Heims said. Police described the assailant as a 30- to 40-year-old black man with a thin, muscular build and cornrows. He was clean-shaven and was wearing a white T-shirt, a tan vest and black or brown pants.

    (Black) Man charged in deadly shooting at Memphis business
Charles HammondThe man accused in a deadly double shooting Wednesday afternoon has officially been charged. Charles Hammond, 30, is charged with one count of first degree murder and two counts of attempted first degree murder. Hammond, according to police, committed the crimes around 1 p.m. in the 2800 block of Farrisview Boulevard. According to an arrest affidavit, Hammond walked into JARS Delivery, which is next door to Hammond Transportation, Inc. The suspect then shot two men and fired gunshots in the direction of another, police said. The victims were identified as Michael Osborn, who was pronounced deceased on the scene, and Michael Hansbro, who survived but was transported to Regional One.

    (Black accused of murdering his black military wife) found dead after standoff with Phoenix police, FBI
Jason Earl Armstong JrIris ArmstrongA man accused of killing his wife, a Fort Bragg soldier, was found dead in a Phoenix apartment Wednesday night after an hours-long standoff, according to Phoenix police. Phoenix Police Sgt. Vince Lewis identified the man as Jason Earl Armstrong Jr., 26, He said police had been assisting the FBI in negotiating with Armstrong, who had holed up in an apartment. "After hours of negotiations, officers located the suspect alone in an apartment, unresponsive with an apparent gunshot wound," Lewis said. "The suspect has been pronounced deceased and Phoenix police will begin a death investigation." Lewis said the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office would determine a cause of death.
   

    Volleyball Player Stabbed Repeatedly (by black man) While Leaving North Avenue Beach
Michael CurryLINCOLN PARK — A man is facing criminal charges in the stabbing of a volleyball player on his way home from North Avenue beach, according to Chicago police and the victim's account on social media. On the night of July 17, the 46-year-old volleyball player said he was walking to his car after playing at North Avenue beach when a man threw a "liquid substance" at him, according to Chicago police and the victim's Facebook post. When the victim asked the man why he threw something at him, the man pulled a knife and stabbed him multiple times before running away, police said. In a Facebook post, the victim said he was stabbed five times and taken to Northwestern Hospital, where doctors stitched and stapled him up until 3 a.m. "i was released two days ago, but still can't lift my left arm," said the Facebook post, which was posted to Reddit over the weekend. Using the victim's description, responding officers were able to arrest Michael Curry, 27, of the first block of South Kedzie Avenue. Curry faces a felony count of aggravated battery and use of a deadly weapon, police said. 

    (Black) Leader of identity theft ring that targeted Saks gets at least 2 years in prison
black accomplicesThe leader of an identity theft ring that used stolen credit card info to charge over $400,000 in designer duds at Saks Fifth Avenue was sentenced Thursday to two to four years in prison. Tamara Williams, 38, copped to grand larceny, identity theft and scheme to defraud as part of a plea deal she took in Manhattan Supreme Court last January. “She’s satisfied with the resolution,” said her defense lawyer Frank Rothman. “She got the minimum allowed.”
   

 
 

    (Black) Brooklyn inmate Antwon Dennis slapped with second life sentence
Antwon DennisA Brooklyn inmate already serving life in prison for a 1988 murder was slammed with a second 25-years-to-life term Wednesday, when an appeals court reinstated a previous slay conviction against him that was tossed last year.
   

    (Black) Teen caught trying to join ISIS with 'step-by-step' terrorist guide in rucksack and beheading videos on phone jailed
Cubeyda JamaA 19-year-old London resident caught trying to join the Islamic State in Syria with a "step-by-step" guide was sentenced Thursday to 3½ years in jail after pleading guilty to the preparation of terrorist acts, London's Metropolitan Police said. Cubeyda Jama was arrested in February at Stansted Airport in London on his way to Bucharest, Romania. Jama had planned to then cross the Syrian border into territory held by the Islamic State, also known as ISIL or ISIS, according to the Belfast Telegraph.
   

 

   

  Ingmar Guandique

Illegal immigrant convicted of murdering Chandra Levy in 2001 will be RELEASED and WON'T be retried as prosecutors drop the charges based on new leads in death of Congressman's mistress

   
  • Ingmar Guandique will not be retried and will be released from prison
  • Guandique will be released to the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, where he faces deportation proceedings.
  • He was convicted in 2010 of murdering Washington intern Chandra Levy
  • She was 24 and about to graduate college when she disappeared in 2001 while in Washington DC where she worked as an intern
  • Guandique was granted a retrial in the case last year, as his lawyers alleged a key witness, Gary Condit, lied on the stand during his first trial 
  • Condit, a former Democratic Congressman, knew Levy but refused to answer questions about the nature of their relationship while under oath
  • Though at the time Condit admitted to police he had an affair with Levy
  • Guandique's attorney, Eugene Ohm, accused Condit of lying on the stand citing notes from police interview and how it conflicted with his testimony
  • Guandique's defense team reportedly planned to introduce evidence at the retrial implicating him in Levy's death 
  • Prosecutors said they couldn't convict Guandique 'based on recent unforeseen developments that were investigated over the past week' 
  Gary Condit Just in May, the intern's mother, Susan Levy, was shocked to learn that her daughter allegedly had rough bondage sex with Condit

   

Woman runs into street naked to escape (short Hispanic) would-be rapist
Miguel FelipeA Staten Island woman fought off a would-be rapist after he attacked her while she was in the shower Tuesday morning, police said. The suspect, Miguel Felipe, 30, broke into the locked bathroom at around 9:15 A.M. where the victim, 22, was showering. When she tried to fight him off, he threw her to the ground. Felipe choked the victim while she was on the floor, but let her go, and the victim was able to coerce him to let her out of the bathroom. She ran through the hallway and out of the apartment naked, begging for help from passersby near the apartment. She was treated and released from an area hospital. Felipe is described as being 5-foot-4 and 150 pounds. He also goes by the name “Tino” or “Constantino.”


   

(Foreign) man Walid Mitwalli sent to prison for ‘horrific’ fatal stabbing of his wife
Walid Esmit MitwalliNORRISTOWN >> Calling it a “case of horrific domestic violence,” a judge sent a Hatfield man to prison for up to four decades for fatally stabbing his wife during an argument that occurred in their home as their marriage unraveled. “This is a case of horrific domestic violence…power, authority, control. You had an extreme indifference to the value of human life. That human life had extraordinary value until you took it away,” Montgomery County Judge Steven T. O’Neill addressed admitted killer Walid Esmit Mitwalli on Monday.

   

 

 

 
  • Guam man: ‘My brother was raped’ by archbishop
    “Senators, I know my brother was raped by Archbishop Anthony Apuron. He was sodomized. He was only 9 years old,” John Michael “Champ” Quinata said as he testified on a bill that would lift the statute of limitations, allowing victims of child sex abuse to sue their alleged perpetrators at any time. Apuron also has been accused of molestation or rape by three other former Agat altar boys

  • Waterloo man faces charge in boy's molestation case
    Joseph Darrell SmithJoseph Darrell Smith, 28, of Waterloo, S.C. was arrested Wednesday and charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor. Laurens sheriff's deputies were told in April that a man molested a 4-year-old boy by touching him in the shower and forcing him to perform oral sex, according to a report and arrest warrant.

 

 


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    3 (black) Suspects Plead Guilty In Shooting Death Of (White) Baseball Prospect In Yonkers
4 black killersMichael NolanWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Three men have pleaded guilty in connection with the killing of a promising baseball prospect at a Burger King parking lot in Yonkers last year. Acting Westchester County District Attorney James A. McCarty announced the guilty pleas Wednesday of Nashaun Hunter, Darren Dawson and Tejmitra Singh in the shooting death of 23-year-old Michael Nolan. Hunter pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of first degree manslaughter while Dawson and Singh each pleaded guilty to one count of assault in the first degree, McCarty said. All three are set to be sentenced in October. Hunter’s manslaughter plea is expected to come with a 25-year prison sentence, avoiding the possibility of life in prison. Dawson is expected to get 9 years while Singh is expected to receive 11 years. A fourth suspect, Garth O’Neil Cole, is charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon. He pleaded not guilty in March and is due back in court in August. Nolan was shot in the head, authorities said. He was taken to the hospital where he remained in a coma until he died from his injuries on October 9. - (Black-on-white)
   

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    Three people stop rape in progress in Burlington - (by black man with African name and tribal scars on his forehead)
Garang AyangGarang Ayang - tribal scarsThree people driving on Monroe Street this weekend discovered a man allegedly raping a woman near the driveway of a home, stopped the act and called the police, the Chittenden Unit for Special Investigation said in a news release. Garang Ayang, 37, of Burlington appeared in Vermont Superior Court this week and denied a charge of sexual assault. A Burlington judge ordered the man held without bail pending a bail review hearing on Aug. 5. Ayang and the female victim had been downtown earlier in the evening on July 22 and had been introduced by mutual friends, according to an affidavit. The group, including Ayang and the female victim, had been drinking, and the woman was in and out of consciousness when discovered by the three passersby, Holden wrote.
   

    Accused (short black) pimp forced girl since age 13 to walk Bourbon Street, soliciting sex: warrant
Anfernee "Nine" EddingtonThe arrest warrant for a 19-year-old Slidell man says he is a pimp and drug dealer accused of sex trafficking a girl since she was 13-year-old, raping her, giving her drugs and forcing her to pose naked for ads on Backpage.com. Anfernee "Nine" Eddington is being held on a $1 million bond for several charges outlined in a warrant signed by a New Orleans Police Department sex crimes detective in August 2015. Court records show he was booked Friday (July 22) on charges of first-degree rape, sex trafficking of a child, aggravated assault, second-degree kidnapping, contributing to the delinquency of juveniles, illegal use of drugs in the presence of juveniles under age 17, theft and pandering. He's also being held on two unspecified municipal charges. The warrant says since the age of the 13, the victim "has been forced into prostitution."

    Police: (Black) AR Man Accused in Rape Fathered Child with Victim
William WatsonHELENA WEST HELENA, Ark.-- -- A man is jailed on a rape charge after police investigate the pregnancy of a 15-year-old girl. The Helena West Helena Police Department (HWHPD) says officers arrested William Watson, 44, on Sunday. The HWHPD began its investigation on April 22 when it learned that the 15-year old was expecting her third child. The teen was discovered after a search warrant was executed at her home. When the rape investgation was begun, police say they discovered that the victim was also involved in a previous rape allegation. At that point, officers removed all minors from the home. Green reported officials received consent to get DNA from the victim’s 6-month-old infant as well as from Watson, which proved he fathered the baby. The HWHPD says the teen's mother knew of the relationship Watson had with her daughter, which Chief Green described as disturbing.

    (Black) New Orleans man sentenced to 20 years in Gretna rape case
Tyrone BrownA New Orleans man pleaded guilty Monday to entering a woman's Gretna home and raping her. Tyrone Brown, 26, was sentenced to a total of 20 years in prison without the benefit of probation, parole or suspension of sentence. Brown had been accused of following a 32-year-old woman home from a bar in New Orleans on July 4, 2015, breaking into her house and sexually assaulting her. He pleaded guilty before Judge Ellen Kovach of the 24th Judicial District Court to forcible rape and aggravated burglary as part of a plea agreement. The victim told investigators she lost consciousness during the rape and woke to find her attacker gone. The man stole her laptop computer, an ATM card and cash.

    Cellphone video shows (black) sexual assault
Gerald B. Jackson Jr., left, and Markel BrownURBANA — An Urbana teen said she had no memory of what happened to her at an Urbana home last winter but a cellphone video showed her being sexually assaulted by two men as she lay apparently passed out. A Champaign County jury of three men and three women viewed two pieces of video in the trial of Markel Brown, 21, of the 900 block of South Lierman Avenue, Urbana. The first video lasted 2 minutes and 14 seconds and showed a man believed to be Gerald Jackson Jr., 20, also of Urbana, assaulting the woman. The second video lasted 1 minute and 16 seconds and showed a man believed to be Brown assaulting the teen.
   

    (Black) Brooklyn home invasion rapist let himself in with a spare key
black rapistPolice have released a sketch of the suspect who raped a woman during a horrific home invasion in Brooklyn early Monday. The man gained access to the 29-year-old woman’s home when he found a spare key hidden outside the front door and stormed into the apartment near the corner of DeKalb and Wilson avenues around 1:30 a.m. The victim awoke to find the strange man pointing a gun at her and was told that she was about to be raped. The creep then tied her arms and legs and sodomized her, cops said.
   

    Black pimp sentenced to 32 years in sex trafficking case
Andrew GayotLINDENHURST - Andrew Gayot is accused of torture and forcing a girl and a young woman to be prostitutes. A Lindenhurst man who held young women captive and forced them into prostitution was sentenced Wednesday to 32 years behind bars. The judge said she observed no regret or remorse in Gayot's face as she sentenced him on 34 counts, including sex trafficking, promoting and compelling prostitution, rape and strangulation. The cases involved three young women, at the time 15, 21 and 26 years of age. The then-21-year-old victim read a letter in court, saying in part "I wake every day with nightmares. I almost died due to this monster. He ruined me." Officials say Gayot held the victims at a home on North Greene Avenue, using drugs and physical abuse to make them comply.

    Raleigh police hope public will help identify (black) sex-assault suspect - "Jamal"
JamalRALEIGH Police have been unable to find a man suspected in a May 1 sexual assault of a woman walking on New Bern Avenue, and they are turning to the public for help in identifying him. The man, of whom police are distributing a sketch, was described as about 6 feet tall, weighing 200 pounds, black, wearing a New York Yankees baseball cap and having the name “Jamal” tattooed on the right side of his neck. The woman told police she encountered four men in the 4100 block of New Bern Avenue about 8:45 p.m. Two of the men forced her into a nearby tree line and assaulted her, she told detectives.

    (Black) Cook County Jail inmate charged with (homo) raping cellmate
Gerrod GreerCHICAGO -- A Cook County Jail inmate awaiting trial for rape and kidnapping has been charged with sexually assaulting a cellmate, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting. Gerrod Greer, of Gary, Ind., attacked the man while the pair were in custody together in late April, Assistant State's Attorney Liam Reardon told Judge Laura Sullivan on Tuesday. The victim, 27, had been rejecting advances Greer had been making to him when they were in their cell alone. But later that evening, Greer, 27, woke the then-sleeping man up and asked that he perform a sex act on him, Reardon said. The victim, who had been sleeping on the lower bunk, eventually complied because Greer threatened to beat him if he refused, Reardon said. Greer allegedly continued to rape the man.
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    (Black non-citizen) Hit-and-run driver who killed photographer Guler Ugur-Yaacobi, takes plea deal - may be deported
Prezidor PorbeniGuler Ugur-YaacobiA hit-and-run driver who fatally struck a photographer in Morningside Heights took a plea deal Tuesday in Manhattan court as the victim’s friends watched from the gallery. Prezidor Porbeni, 29, copped to leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in exchange for one to three years in prison. Porbeni had a green light when he mowed down beloved shutterbug Guler Ugur-Yaacobi, 44, as she crossed Amsterdam Avenue at 113th Street on New Year’s Eve over two years ago. He fled but later surrendered to authorities. Porbeni, who is not a U.S. citizen, may face deportation after his term in prison. He remains out on bail until he’s sentenced Oct. 17.
   

    Black Sports: Philadelphia Eagles Linebacker Arrested Following Assault Outside South Beach Hotel Over Umbrella
Nigel BradhamA Philadelphia Eagles linebacker and former Florida State University star was arrested after an incident involving him and several friends on Miami Beach. Nigel Bradham, who lives in South Florida during the offseason, turned himself into Miami Beach Police on Monday, charged in the beating of a worker at the Hilton Bentley hotel last Thursday. - (Black Sports)

    Prosecutors say (black) Missouri mom asked relatives to kill witnesses in son’s murder trial
Tyrell DavidsonLatasha MopkinsFredrick MopkinsCortez McClintonTravon KnightenST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office has filed charges against five people in connection with a conspiracy to kill key witnesses for a woman’s son on trial for murder. A St. Louis teen is accused of murder, and his mother is accused having two witnesses killed, to keep her son out of jail. This started with the murder of a 16-year-old almost three years ago. Police arrested a suspect, but prosecutors dropped the charges last year. "We had a mom who wanted to make sure her son did not go to jail, wasn't found guilty of his murder charges. So, she started this plan. That's what set it off. She used relatives and other people that she knew to make sure that they were quieted." said Assistant Circuit Attorney Beth Orwick. In September 2013, 16-year old Chauncey Brown was gunned down near Club 187 in north St. Louis. Homicide detectives with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department believed Brown, a student at Sumner High School, was killed over a long-standing feud. During the course of their investigation, detectives learned Brown was outside the club—which was hosting a teen party—with a friend, identified as James Moore. A white Dodge Charger chased the two teens into a nearby alley and several shots were fired from the vehicle. Brown’s body was found the next day.
Police arrested Tyrell Davidson in connection with the murder. Several eyewitnesses had given statements to police. In November 2013, Davidson was charged with first-degree murder, first-degree assault, two counts of armed criminal action, and shooting from a motor vehicle. He was jailed pending a trial. Less than a month after Brown’s murder, James Moore was gunned down in Barrett Brothers Park. Moore was waiting at the bus stop with his brother on the morning of October 22, 2013 when a silver Charger pulled up and the driver pointed a handgun at the two siblings. Moore and his brother went running through the park, but the driver only chased after James. James Moore was shot several times and collapsed in died in a baseball field in the park.
In April 2014, another witness, identified as Noah Barnes, was killed. Prosecutors and law enforcement said Barnes was inside the Dodge Charger with Davidson when he killed Chauncey Brown. Barnes’ body was found lying in the street in the 1900 block of Clara Avenue on April 22. He’d been shot in the head, torso, and extremities. Other witnesses in the case were no longer willing to testify in court against Davidson. Prosecutors eventually had to drop the charges and Davidson was released on October 26, 2015.
According to prosecutors, further investigation revealed
Tyrell Davidson’s mother, Latasha Mopkins, had asked relatives, identified as Frederick Mopkins and Cortez McClinton, with killing essential witnesses to ensure her son’s release. Frederick Mopkins is accused of enlisting the help of Travon Knighten in the killing of James Moore. Travon Knighten, Cortez McClinton, and Frederick Mopkins have lengthy criminal histories, prosecutors said.

    Caught on camera: (Feral black 'youth') Flash mob theft at Roslindale convenience store
The mob rushed into Alfa Auto Fuel on Washington Street around 12:30 a.m. Sunday, the family that owns the store said. The family said police responded within minutes and the owners filed a police report. FOX25 has blurred the video, as most of the apparent thieves appear to be minors. The entire theft lasted barely 20 seconds.

    IMPD officer released from hospital after chase leads to shooting; suspect dead
Jeff TysonINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An officer with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department who was shot during a pursuit that started on the city's northwest side Monday has been released from the hospital. Around 6:37 p.m. Monday, the one-year veteran officer reportedly stopped the suspect’s vehicle at the Marathon Gas Station at 7100 Georgetown because he had recognized it from criminal activity from earlier in the week. The officer requested backup and approached the vehicle. Police say that’s when the driver, Jeff Tyson, became “belligerent,” would not identify himself and began rolling up his window, ignoring the officers’ commands. Officers broke the window and fired pepper ball rounds into the vehicle in an effort to gain compliance. The passenger in the vehicle then got out of the vehicle and Tyson sped off and the chase began. The female passenger is either the girlfriend or wife of the suspect, police said. She was taken into custody to be questioned. Police have not said if she's been arrested or charged. After a short distance on Georgetown Road, police say Tyson made a U-turn and began firing at the officers. That’s when the officer who initiated the stop was hit in his lower right ankle and also suffered a graze wound to the back of his head. The officer riding with him was also struck and injured by debris, but did not require any medical attention. The pursuit eventually ended on the city’s east side near Rural Street and Newton Street, where police say Tyson continued to shoot. Police returned fire, killing the suspect.
   

    California Double Homicide Suspect Caught in AR
Marlon JohnsonLITTLE ROCK, Ark.-- The local U.S. Marshals Service has made an arrest in a double homicide cold case. The killings didn't happen in Arkansas but more than 14-hundred miles away in San Diego, California. The lead investigator is sharing details about how Marlon Johnson was found in Maumelle. "A lot of the cases that we take have to be of a violent nature," explains Brent Troyer, with the U.S. Marshals Service Eastern Fugitive Taskforce. The next call came in early July from San Diego about a crack in a cold case. Police believe they knew the name of a man who shot and killed a father and son more than six years ago. Troyer was assigned as lead investigator to help find the suspect, Marlon Johnson.

 
  • Basketball Legend Michael Jordan Donated 2 Mil To Support Police, So BlackLivesMatter Responds With THIS
    While many celebrities have stay quiet, Michael Jordan has just come forward to show his support for our police officers. “As a proud American, a father who lost his own dad in a senseless act of violence, and a black man, I have been deeply troubled by the deaths of African-Americans at the hands of law enforcement,” Jordan said in a statement shared by The Undefeated yesterday morning. “And angered by the cowardly and hateful targeting and killing of police officers. I grieve with the families who have lost loved ones, as I know their pain all too well.” I am making contributions of $1 million each to two organizations, the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s newly established Institute for Community-Police Relations and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
    Black Lives Matter protesters didn’t see it that way. They were quick to call Jordan “Uncle Tom” on Twitter.

    Manassas 'Doctor' Touting Cure for Cancer Faces Drug, Money Laundering Charges
Peter Bodunrin AdenijiMANASSAS, VA — An apparently phony doctor who told patients he had a "cure for cancer" was arrested Monday following a two-month investigation by the Prince William-Manassas-Manassas Park Narcotics Task Force. Peter Bodunrin Adeniji, 67, of Bristow, was charged with seven counts of operating a medical practice without a license, five counts of obtaining money by false pretenses, four counts of dispensing drugs without a license and one count of money laundering. The arrest was announced Tuesday. Working out of the Integrated Health and Wellness Medical Practice on 9300 Forest Point Circle in Manassas, Adeniji told an undercover agent in June to eschew traditional cancer treatments and instead buy his apparently home-made medication — for approximately $1,200 per bottle.
   

    Officer Shot, Wounded During Gun Battle That Left 18-Year-Old Dead in Watts
Richard RisherA Los Angeles police officer was shot and wounded during a gun battle in Watts that left an 18-year-old man dead Monday night. The incident was reported about 11:10 p.m. near the intersection of 111th and Antwerp streets. Officers were conducting an extra patrol in the Nickerson Gardens housing project when they went to disperse a group of people who were described in initial reports as being disruptive, said Lt. Chris Ramirez with the Los Angeles Police Department. While officers were dispersing the group, "a suspect fled on foot" and officers gave chase, Ramirez said. At some point, the man took out a handgun and shots were exchanged between the suspect and at least one officer, Ramirez said. An officer was shot during the incident and was hospitalized in stable condition. The officer was later released from the hospital and was going to be OK, Ramirez said. The man was struck during the shootout and died at the scene, said Ramirez, who added that a weapon was found. The mother of the man who was killed said her son was only running across the street when he was shot for no reason. She identified him as Richard Risher, 18. "The police killed my son for nothing. He was running across the street and they killed my son," Lisa Simpson said through tears. The shooting was under investigation, Ramirez said. Sgt. James Linder told the Los Angeles Times that an “agitated” crowd gathered after the shooting, but the group eventually dispersed.


   

Hearing Delayed For 2 Hispanic (illegal alien?) Men Charged With Murder for Violent Attack on (White) Santa Maria Woman
Victor MartinezJose VillagomezMarilyn PharisA preliminary hearing has been delayed until August for two men charged in connection with the death of an Air Force veteran in a violent home-invasion attack last summer. Victor Martinez and Jose Villagomez appeared in Santa Barbara County Superior Court on Monday morning. The men are accused of killing Marilyn Pharis, 64, after breaking into her home on the 900 block of North Dejoy Street on July 24. Authorities say they sexually assaulted the Air Force veteran, strangled her, and then beat her on the face and head with a hammer. Pharis died at a local hospital eight days after the attack, police said.  The case drew national headlines when it was revealed that Martinez is an undocumented immigrant with prior arrests. He had been released from the Santa Barbara County Jail five days before the attack since he had not been flagged by federal authorities as someone to detain for possible deportation.

   

   

   

US Marshals looking for (Hispanic) vehicular homicide suspect across Alabama
Alejandro HernandezMONTGOMERY, AL - The US Marshals Fugitive Task Force is searching for 35-year-old Alejandro Hernandez. He’s described as a Hispanic male, 5’7” tall, weighing around 150 pounds. Marshals believe he was behind the wheel of a vehicle that struck and killed someone in Jefferson County. His last known address is in Jefferson County, but marshals think he could be anywhere in the state. He may be working in the construction business under an alias. Keep an eye out for Alejandro Hernandez. The tip that leads to his arrest will earn a cash reward. Call CrimeStoppers at 215-STOP if you have any information.


   


   

Attorney likens accused Alka-Seltzer smuggler Abdulkarim Altareb to drug mule
Abdulkarim AltarebA lawyer for a Harlem dad charged with trying to smuggle more than $776,000 hidden in boxes of Alka-Seltzer and Dove soap to Yemen likened his client to a clueless drug mule Monday in Brooklyn federal court. Attorney Robert Feldman put on an entertaining opening statement as the trial for Abdulkarim Altareb got under way.


 

 
  • The 'Gayest' (Hillary DNC) Convention in History
    There are more members of the LGBTQ community taking active roles in the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia than any other political convention in the party's history. More than 11 percent of the delegates this year identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer. Twenty-eight of them are transgender.
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  • 1Ki 14:24 - And there were also sodomites in the land: and they did according to all the abominations...

 

 

 

 

 



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

    (Black) Lansing man, woman charged in home invasion 'brutal murder' of elderly (White) man
Andrew Mack Johnson Jr., left, and Dymond Leana SquiresJohn R. Abraham, Sr.CHARLOTTE, Mich. — A Lansing man and woman have been charged with murder in the death of an elderly Delta Township man earlier this month. Police called it "a targeted crime and not a random act." Dymond Leana Squires, 25, and Andrew Mack Johnson Jr., 26, were arraigned this afternoon in Eaton County District Court on charges of felony murder and breaking into a safe. They face up to life in prison if convicted. They are accused of murdering John Abraham, 78, during a robbery or larceny at his home in the 4000 block of Oakcrest Drive. A family member found Abraham injured and unresponsive on the night of July 5, according to the Eaton County Sheriff's Office, which opened a homicide investigation. The medical examiner determined Abraham suffered blunt force trauma to the head and neck injuries caused by a knife, Eaton County Sheriff Tom Reich said during a news conference. The suspects broke into a safe inside his home and took cash, he said. "The investigation has now determined that Mr. Abraham had a connection to at least one of the suspects and that this was a targeted crime and not a random act," - (Black-on-white)
   

    Worthless black criminal soulless parasite murdered a White woman during robbery of gas station - shot in head
Susan Seelblack killerINDIANAPOLIS -- A gas station clerk was shot and killed early Friday morning during a robbery of the business on Indianapolis' west side. The shooting happened around 3 a.m., at a McClure gas station near the intersection of Lynhurst Drive and Rockville Road. Police found 52-year-old Susan Seel suffering from a bullet wound to the head. She was taken to Methodist Hospital, where she died a short time later. She was first discovered by somebody who comes to the gas station frequently to get coffee. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Worthless black scum sentenced to (only) 70 years in Belhaven homicide of a White woman during purse-snatching
Antwain DukesAntreal JonesJerome MooreCarolyn Temple Antwain Dukes, charged along with two others in the January 2015 shooting death of a northeast Jackson woman, pleaded guilty Monday to several charges, including her death. Court officials confirmed that he was sentenced to at least 70 years in prison on multiple counts. While the breakdown of sentences for the charges is not yet in the system at the Hinds County Courthouse, a court administrator said Dukes pleaded guilty in several cases in which the initial charges were capital murder, armed robbery, house burglary, escape, felony malicious mischief, and second degree arson. The file has not been updated with yesterday's pleas, officials said, but should be sometime Tuesday. Dukes, who was 17 at the time of Carolyn Temple's death, was charged in the crime along with Antreal Jones and Jerome Moore, also 17 at the time. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Fourth suspect in Augusta homicide (of white man) arrested in New York
Joseph MarceauAubrey ArmstrongDamik DavisA New York man who’s been wanted in Maine the last five months in connection with a homicide in Augusta late last year has been arrested in New York City. Aubrey Armstrong, 27, was arrested Friday morning in a home in Queens, charged with being a fugitive from justice. Armstrong, who is also known as Aubry Armstrong, was arraigned on Friday in criminal court in Queens and is next due in court Oct. 3 in New York state. Armstrong is the fourth person to be charged in connection with the death of Joseph Marceau, 31, of Augusta. Marceau was beaten to death Nov. 23 in a Washington Street apartment in what authorities said was a drug-related homicide. Three other people were charged with murder previously in the Marceau case. On Jan. 26, Zina Marie Fritze, 27, and Michael Sean McQuade, 45, both of Augusta, pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder. A day later, Fritze died after she was found unresponsive and hanging from a bed sheet in her cell in the Kennebec County jail. She had not been considered to be a significant threat to herself, jail officials said. In February, Damik Davis, 26, of New York, pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (Black) Repeat offender charged in murder (of White man) Daniel Rowe
Daniel RoweErron ColemanJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - One year and two days after 20-year-old Daniel Rowe was shot and killed while taking out the garbage at a Riverside restaurant, Jacksonville police announced an arrest in the case. Rowe was shot July 22, 2015, in an alley behind the Blind Rabbit, near the intersection of King and College streets, during what police described as a robbery attempt. Monday afternoon, standing with Rowe's parents, JSO Director Tom Hackney announced an arrest in the case. "It's taken a while, but I've got some answers," Hackney said, adding police took their time to build their case. "We don't want an arrest, we want a conviction." Erron Coleman, 25, was charged with murder, plus armed robbery, burglary and weapons charges. Coleman has 12 previous felony convictions and was a suspect in a 2015 strong-arm robbery when a tip from an inmate led police to investigate his connection to Rowe's death. Hackney said tips were key to breaking the case, but the investigation will not end until Coleman's accomplice is also in jail.  - (Black-on-white)
   

    Police: 2 wanted for questioning in Bellevue apartment murder
Billy Ray Plunkblack suspectNASHVILLE, TN - Metro police have obtained surveillance photos of two men wanted for questioning in the fatal shooting of a man at the Iroquois Apartments in Bellevue on Saturday. The two men were captured by security cameras at a west Nashville convenience store where several cases of beer were stolen and placed in a silver SUV. That SUV was used as a getaway car after Billy Ray Plunk, 29, was fatally wounded around 5:30 a.m. Saturday. Police said Plunk had just arrived at the apartment complex where he lived when he and his brother were approached by a gunman demanding money. Plunk complied, but the gunman shot him moments later and fled to the SUV, which appeared to be driven by a white man. The gunman is described as a black man wearing a red bandana. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Assault victim speaks out after jury's sentence for the rape of 82-year-old woman
Edward ChandlerRoger LambJOHNSTON, S.C. -- Edward Chandler faces 60 years in prison for robbing and raping an 82-year-old woman, and just a few years ago, he was in court for a similar incident, but found not guilty. News 12 sat down with the man that first accused Chandler back in 2012. "My life is a lot better today than it was this time last week," said Roger Lamb. When Roger Lamb woke up this morning, he felt different. "I feel like a 100lb weight has been lifted off my shoulders," said Lamb. The feeling came from hearing a jury sentence Edward Chandler to 60 years in prison after he robbed and raped an 82-year-old woman. "I still cry when i think about what he did to that poor lady though. That did not have to be," said Lamb. The case hit Lamb hard. Chandler is the same man he said robbed and assaulted him. He knew Chandler because he was his yard man, but the jury found Chandler not guilty. - (Black-on-white)
   

    62-year-old man’s ear partially punched off in Federal Way assault by demonic black thug
Jevon R. PinesA Federal Way man is facing second-degree assault charges after allegedly punching a 62-year-old man's ear so hard it lacerated. Jevon R. Pines, 31, is being held on a $75,000 bail and will be arraigned Aug. 4 in King County Superior Court. Federal Way police arrested Pines on July 20 after the victim identified him in a photo montage. The 62-year-old victim was walking his dog at about 8 p.m. on Monday, July 18, in the 1500 block of South 356th Street, between Lowe's and the Park 16 apartments, when Pines allegedly came up from behind and yelled in his ear in "an apparent attempt to startle him," charging documents state. But as he leaned over, the suspect punched him on the right side of his head, which caused a "severe laceration that cleanly bisected his outer ear and exposed cartilage underneath," the documents continue. The victim was knocked unconscious but awoke a few minutes later to see the suspect walking away and laughing. - (tag - 'knockout game')

    (Black) Jamaican student says he groped white women on the subway as ‘a prank’
Damario JohnsonA Jamaican student accused of groping five women on the subway during rush hour allegedly told police it was a prank, according to a law enforcement source. Damario Johnson was held on $10,000 bail by a criminal court judge Tuesday on charges of forcible touching, menacing, sexual abuse and harassment. Johnson, 19, who arrived on a student visa two months ago, allegedly told police he groped women once on Monday and twice on Thursday, officials said. He told investigators he "did it so many times, (he) cannot remember. It was a prank," according to a law enforcement source. He did not explain how it was a prank. Police caught Johnson red-handed on Monday as he put his hand up a woman's skirt and grabbed her private parts, officials said. He told cops then he grabbed his victims because he’d never seen white women before and they were “absolutely beautiful,” sources said. - (Black-on-white)
   

    Darkest Africa: HIV-positive ‘hyena man’ arrested for having sex with kids
AfricanAn HIV-positive Malawian sex worker has been arrested after a BBC profile reported he had sex with young girls. Eric Aniva is known as a “hyena” in his remote village in southern Malawi. Traditionally a “hyena” is paid to have sex with girls after their first menstruation. If a girl refuses, it’s believed her family will be cursed with disease. “Hyenas” are also hired to have sex with widows or women that have abortions, as a means of “sexual cleansing.” “Some girls are 12 or 13 years old, but I prefer them older,” Aniva, who said he’s had sex with 104 women, told the BBC’s Ed Butler. “All these girls find pleasure in having me as their hyena.”

 

   

 

   

Red Bluff City Council member (and motel manager) Suren Patel arrested on fraud charges
Suren PatelRED BLUFF, Calif - The Brevard County Jail in Florida confirms that Red Bluff city council member Suren Patel, 43, has been arrested on fraud charges as an out-of-state fugitive. He is being held on no bond. Red Bluff city manager Rick Crabtree noted from his understanding this arrest is related to last year's search warrant.



   

 
  • Lebanese man Louay Ibrahim Hussein accused of selling counterfeit US currency abroad
    A Lebanese man has been busted for allegedly selling hundreds of thousands of dollars in counterfeit US currency to a global network of clients in Iran, Malaysia and elsewhere, authorities said Tuesday. Louay Ibrahim Hussein and his cohorts sold more than $620,000 in high-quality bogus $100 bills — as well as $150,000 in fake Euros — to undercover agents between 2012 and 2014, court papers allege. Hussein, 42, was arrested in Malaysia in 2014 and extradited last Thursday to the US to face charges in Brooklyn federal court. He was held on $500,000 bond following a brief court appearance Tuesday. Hussein allegedly claimed to undercover agents that he had access to as much as $800 million in “high-quality” counterfeit currency, the complaint says. He also is accused of offering to ship weapons, drugs and fake money through US ports. His two co-defendants, Nazer Al Shekh Mosa, 29, of Syria, and Mouafak Al Sabsabi, 68, of Garden City, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute counterfeit currency charges.

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  • Court won't reinstate church official's conviction
    PHILADELPHIA — The first U.S. church official convicted over his handling of priest abuse complaints could leave prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court agreed his conviction was flawed. Monsignor William Lynn has served nearly three years of a three-to-six year sentence for child endangerment. Prosecutors say he helped the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia transfer known pedophile-priests as secretary for clergy from 1992 to 2004.

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    (White female) Shooting victim responsive; (demonic black male) suspect faces grand jury
Kevin Q. MathisKelly Kiper LongoriaTwo days after Kelly Kiper Longoria was shot and abandoned outside a Winnsboro cemetery, the Baptist Message called her improvements "miraculous." One week later, hundreds have joined in as Longoria has continued to reach new milestones on her recovery journey at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Monday, Longoria's mother, Lisa Knight Kiper, said her daughter would be moved to her own room and is "lethargic, but responsive." "Please continue to pray for the same things as before and continued progress," Kiper said on Facebook. "She said 'Mama' yesterday...made my heart smile. She makes gestures with her hands." Kiper said the gestures indicate "I love you," "Bye," "a little bit" and "thumbs up." Longoria was able to breathe independent of the ventilator on Sunday, a milestone her family had been asking those including her in prayer requests to focus on. A second is the safe dissipation of two blood clots in Longoria's arm that she cannot receive medication for. "Pray, please, for her to have strength, comfort, patience and no blood clots," Kiper said in a Sunday message. "She is opening her eyes. Sometimes briefly, sometimes for about five to 10 minutes but not focusing her eyes yet, but that is normal at this stage." Longoria was on her way to work the morning of July 16 when she stopped at a convenience store. She was abducted at the store and taken to outside Gesthemane Cemetery, near Terry Wallace Memorial Park in Winnsboro, where she was shot in the head. Kevin Q. Mathis, 35, was booked into the Franklin Parish Detention Center on charges of attempted first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping in connection with the case. Bond was set at $1 million. - (Black-on-white)
   

    (White) Deaf couple recovering after beating, robbery (by 3 cowardly black thugs)
Charles Gayles Jr., Jeffrey Richardson, Charlontae SmithJimmy KelleyDiann KelleyOLIVE BRANCH, MS - A deaf Olive Branch couple was terrorized, beaten and robbed. The couple said it was God that helped get them through. Through sign language and translation help from their son, Diann and Jimmy Kelley said they were in their kitchen when three men—Charles Gayles, Jeffrey Richardson, and Charlonte Smith—broke through a back bedroom window, entered their home, shut the lights off and attacked them. 68-year-old Diann Kelley said the men flipped over the kitchen table, tied her up with duct tape over her mouth, wrists, and ankles, and beat her husband over and over with the ends of their rifles. "He says they just kept beating him with the guns. He can’t count how many times they hit him," the Kelley's son, Kevin, said through translation. "His hands are all swollen they hit his hands because he was trying to cover his head. They broke that finger. They broke his ribs." When the men left with duffle bags worth of their belongings, Diann was able to rip the tape off her mouth, find a knife to cut the tape from her ankles, and run for help. Jimmy is now back at home after suffering two broken ribs, an ear that had to be stitched back together, and gashes in his head. - (Black-on-white)
   


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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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