12 September, 2009
12 September, 2009
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were sleeping the Supreme Court burnt the Constitution of the United States of
This is no longer the country I was born in and grew up in.
What I learned about the United States Constitution in high school and college no longer applies.
We weren't conquered, we elected our conquerors and they in turn appointed Supreme Court Justices
that instead of interpreting law, mandated law.
The covenant is broken between citizen and government.
We are toast."
- Tyrone N. Butts
|"Late Term Birth Control" Father Accused Of Killing 4-Month-Old Son
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Just hours after a father brought his 4-month-old son to the hospital, that man was charged with murdering the boy. Adrian Phillip Smith, 34, brought his son to Wolfson Children's Hospital late Friday night, and the infant was not breathing. Police say doctors pulled a bloody cloth item from Adrian Smith II's throat. Homicide detectives interviewed the father and gathered evidence at his home on Earnest Street, where they believe the boy was killed, then arrested Smith. One of Smith's neighbors said he didn't think he could hurt his child. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Authorities Arrest Man Accused of Raping a Child
ZEBULON, N.C. -- A convicted sex offender who got out of prison faces more jail time. Bonnie Morris served time in 1997 for indecent liberties with a child. He was recently arrested by Wake County authorities and U.S. Marshals. This time. Morris is accused of allegedly raping a minor in Zebulon. Morris' criminal record spans three decades and includes assault, theft and drug charges. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Education: Vice Principal Charged With Having Sex With Student
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- A high school vice principal has been charged with having a sexual relationship with a student.
Elazzoa McArthur, 32, is charged with two counts each of sexual activity between a school employee and a student and taking indecent liberties with a student by a school employee. McArthur, who is vice principal of Pine Forest High School, first became involved with a now 17-year-old student when he coached basketball at Cape Fear High School and met her at a competition, authorities said. The girl played for a rival team, but authorities haven't disclosed what school she attended. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Education: Former Smyrna High teacher charged in sex with teens
NASHVILLE (AP) -- A former Smyrna High School teacher who was fired from his job after being accused of sending inappropriate messages to a student was arrested. Kenneth T. Anderson, Jr. was charged with statutory rape of the student and another 15 year-old girl. He has been under investigation for two weeks, since a mother told police and school officials that he sent suggestive text messages to her 16-year-old daughter's cell phone. He is now charged with four counts of statutory rape and four counts of sexual battery by an authority figure for his relationship with the student. Anderson is also being charged with three counts of statutory rape of a 15-year-old Nashville girl who was not a student at the school. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Mom Of 9 Arrested After Child Found Brain Dead
A 31-year-old mother of nine children was arrested early Wednesday after one of her children was found brain dead in his room by a family member, according to WKMG-TV in Orlando. Roman Peterson, 6, was found unconscious and in critical condition with a head injury by his aunt Monday night inside an apartment at The Grand Reserve apartments in Orlando. The boy's mother, Andrienne Wilkerson, could not be found. After a 12-hour search, police found Wilkerson at a nearby apartment at the complex. Late Tuesday, the boy's condition deteriorated at Orlando Regional Medical Center and he was pronounced brain dead. - (Newsroom) - (TNB)
|Sports: High School teacher and coach and former College footballer Faces Sex Charges
MARION, S.C. (AP) - A Marion High School teacher and coach and former Wofford College footballer has been charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct with a minor. Shawn Graves turned himself in. He was ordered to have no contact with the 15-year-old girl, who is a student at the school. Graves is a Marion High School graduate and played quarterback at Wofford where he held six NCAA Division II records. Graves has been suspended with pay pending further investigation. This was Graves' first year at the school as a teacher and coach. Graves could face up to 40 years in prison if convicted. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (more sports) - (TNB)
|Man Charged With Rape Of Slain Stepdaughter
SALISBURY, N.C. -- Police charged Reginald Weeks Jr., the stepfather accused of a killing his 18-year-old stepdaughter, with the girl's rape. Back in July, Brittany Loritts' body was found in her home on Scales Street outside of downtown Salisbury. The North Rowan High School graduate was stabbed in the neck. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Court Grants New Trial for Death Row Inmate
The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled that a death row inmate should get a new trial because his original attorney failed to provide an adequate defense. The South Carolina court says that was not the case with Robert Lee Nance's attorney. The court says in some instances the attorney actually bolstered the case against his own client. Nance was convicted in the 1992 slaying of 73-year-old Violet Fraley of Florence. Her husband was seriously injured in the attack. A jury also convicted Nance of rape, attempted murder, burglary and armed robbery. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Fugitive Arrested, Returned to Lexington County
A man who's been on the run for ten years in connection with Lexington County kidnapping and assault has been arrested and returned to Lexington. Michael Golston, 42, of Detroit, was being held on charges of kidnapping, assault and battery with intent to kill and possessing a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. Golston went to the home of his girlfriend, Regina Blasco, and brutally attacked the woman with his fist, feet and a 9-mm handgun. During the attack, Metts says Golston kidnapped Blasco at gun point and held her against her will. After the attack, Metts says Golston went to Detroit, Michigan, where he lived for the past decade. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
Man accused of raping 10-year-old girl arrested in Florida
|Mother of Missing Boy Confesses to Killing Him
There's been a shocking arrest in the case of Ahmad King, the three-year-old reported missing from Jesup. Police now think his mother killed him. It all began around 4pm Tuesday afternoon in the Jesup Wal-Mart parking lot when Ahmad's mother reported him missing. Today, the investigation and search carried over into Bacon County, where authorities updated us on the case at the courthouse in Alma. Police say information they obtained in the Kings' house after a search and countless interviews with the parents have led to this arrest. They believe Mary Jean King, who adopted Ahmad just a few months ago, is guilty of his murder. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Rape Suspect Arrested in Richland County
DNA evidence has led to them to a rapist. Forty-year-old Andrew Hingleton was arrested Friday afternoon. Investigators say he is charged with 4 counts of criminal sexual conduct in the first degree, as well as 4 counts of kidnapping. Police say the assaults happened between September 2005 and January of this year and they say Hingleton indicated there could be more victims. If you are aware of someone who may have been a victim, call the Sheriff's Department at 576-3499. Identities will be protected. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
Sports: Former Heavyweight Boxing Champ Arrested In Nashville
|An African-American Has Special Rights * Black Caucus Supports Sen. Ophelia Ford
Ophelia Ford is not stupid. Nowadays, when an African-American doesn't get what they want, all they have to do is play the "race card." Never mind the silly little facts getting in the way; when "The Card" comes out watch everyone, red or yellow, black or white, Democrats or Republicans cower behind political correctness. Lawmakers were at the State Capitol for a special session on Thursday. Senators were supposed to be talking about ethics, but now every senator is suddenly named in a federal lawsuit by Ophelia Ford. Black members of the House and Senate made it clear they support Senator Ford and her federal lawsuit.
Judge gives Ford week's reprieve Lawmaker gets temporary restraining order to prevent removal from Senate
Federal Judge Blocks Senate From Voiding Special Election Tuesday night, Ophelia Ford's fellow senators voted to void her election because of questions about fraudulent voting. To save her seat, Sen. Ford filed a federal injunction to block the Senate resolution that would have overturned her election. Senate Votes To Void Memphis Special Election Ford won her controversial race by just 13 votes. The TBI is investigating voting irregularities in that special election, including how two dead people, a number of convicted felons and at least one person who didn't live in the district voted in the election. - (Newsroom) - (TNB)
|Garner Police Seek Statutory Rape Suspect
N.C. -- Garner police are looking for a 21-year-old man who they charged on Tuesday with statutory rape. Authorities say Jason McCray is wanted for a sexual relationship he had with a 14-year-old girl in both Wake and Johnston counties. McCray is also charged with statutory rape in in Johnston County. Investigators urge anyone with information on McCray's whereabouts to contact the Johnston County Sheriff's Office at (919) 989-5000 or Garner Police Department at (919) 772-8810. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|Atlanta's Charismatic Black Ex-Mayor Faces Probe
ATLANTA -- Former Mayor Bill Campbell, who presided over Atlanta during its most prosperous period in recent history, a span that included the 1996 Olympics, is returning to defend himself and his administration in a federal corruption trial. Campbell is accused of accepting more than $160,000 in illegal campaign contributions, cash, junkets and home improvements in exchange for city contracts. The 52-year-old charismatic ex-politician -- once considered a rising star in the national Democratic Party -- is charged with seven counts of racketeering, fraud and bribery. - (Newsroom) - (TNB)
|Substitute Teacher Charged With Assault
A substitute teacher at Hand Middle School is out of jail on charges that he assaulted a student. Marvin Price, 37, is charged with one count of simple assault. According to a police report, Price grabbed the throat of a sixth grade student on Monday to see if he had gum in his mouth. - (Newsroom) - (TNB)
|Tattooed Sexual assault suspect pursued
Tarpon Springs police are on the hunt for a man who allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted a teenage girl. Officers say Raymond Ranzy, 35, committed the crime on Oct. 20. They connected him to the case through fingerprints taken from the 18-year-old victim's car. Police say Ranzy has several aliases, including Ramone Dancy, Ray Ramzy, and Raymond Ramsey. He is described at 6 feet tall, 170-190 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, a lazy left eye, multiple tattoos, and a pierced left ear. - (Newsroom) - (crime) - (TNB)
|N.C. -- More than eight years ago, a black named Abner Nicholson gunned down the White police chief of Sharpsburg
Since then, a picture of Abner Nicholson hung in the police department -- until now. The sister of the slain lawman says taking down Nicholson's picture is an insult to her brother's memory. "They've not forgotten my brother, which makes me feel good," said Chief Willard Wayne Hathaway's sister, Monica Worsham. "But I don't want them to forget who took him from us" Worsham is livid that town officials removed the picture of the man who killed her brother in 1997. The snapshot of Nicholson had been posted on the bulletin board in the police station lobby with the captions "don't ever forget this face" and "dead man walking." Sharpsburg's new mayor, Sheila Williams, objected to the picture and the caption. "This was told to me when she first took office -- that picture is coming down," said Worsham. - (Tyrone N. Butts) - (TNB) - (crime) - (Black-on-White)
Ref: Chief Hathaway was shot at point blank range on July 17, 1997, after responding to a domestic dispute call.
|Black with bloody clothes found driving car stolen from murdered 83-year-old * Update: Slain woman was busy elder
South Carolina state troopers say bloody clothes worn by a driver during a traffic stop helped investigators solve the killing of a Sampson County woman before her body was discovered. Christopher Terry was driving erratically when they pulled him over. He was found to be driving a stolen car. Terry's shirt was covered in blood and the officer asked if he was hurt. The guy made a confession at that point," Terry told the trooper he had killed 83-year-old Alice West McNair in her home. He was driving her car and a gun was found under the seat. "The sad part is Ms. McNair had been at church or left church around 1 p.m. with family and friends, and that was the last time they saw her" - (Tyrone N. Butts) - (TNB) - (crime) - (Black-on-White) - (-88-) Alice West McNair was shot in the back of the head.
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"My platform is going to be a big one that floats on the ocean, taking negroes back to Afreaka, the land from which they were stolen and sold into slavery. I'll give Al Sharpton a run fo his money."
NNN Editor note: maybe we could get Clinton for a fundraiser and do up bumper stickers and t-shirts!
Ref: Chicago Rapper Running For President
Ref: Make Your Own President Rap Song * Dear Mr. President - by Master P
Ref: President Bush thanks Africa for rap music, break-dancing - will step aside for Tyrone
Editor note: Prior TNB report links to the forum have expired|
but I may repost them from the archives if I get time.
|This has been pretty good Coontint
of Character month. |
Five or six years ago the newsmedia saturated us with negritude 24/7 during February. The American people aren't as dumb as they look; we can only take so much celebrating the inventions of the biscuit cutter, the door knob, the curtain rod, the door stop and the super soaker water gun. Many of these claims are seen for what they are and other negro claims of invention have been definitively debunked. It became buffoonish after a while and I believe that the newsmedia recognized that. As negroes grasp at straws to find any boost for their fragile self esteem, we simply look to modern Africa or our local newspapers to see the negro in it's natural state: murderous, self absorbed, vicious, incompetent, and always whining that white people don't like them. Well tell me this, what is there to like? Sure, there may exist certain individuals of color who are decent folk, but who has the time and energy to go through city busloads of negroes until you find one like that?
OL' Tyrone, he be tired now. He be taking a sabbatical during the month of March. But befo' he do, dey is sumtin he wants to do. He be going to look at all the Coontint of Character posts and counts da articles by category. Now dis heah might takes him a while so don't be looking fo no TNB reports like you been use to, knowwha'msay'n?
name Tyrone Narcissus Butts. I just gots out of jail, knowwhamsayin.