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  ARCHIVE for 5 December 2015

    (Black) Fresno man sentenced to death for rape, murder of (White) teen girl in 1985
Eddie Ricky NealyJody Lynn WolfeJody Lynn WolfeEddie Ricky Nealy, whom a prosecutor called one of the most dangerous men in Fresno County’s history, was sentenced Friday to California’s death row for the 1985 rape and killing of Fresno teen Jody Lynn Wolf. Judge Arlan Harrell’s voice cracked and he nearly cried in Fresno County Superior Court when he announced Nealy’s death sentence. Nealy, 58, received the death penalty after a jury in September 2013 convicted him of rape and the first-degree murder of 14-year-old Jody, whose nude body was discovered floating face up in a southwest Fresno canal on Aug. 15, 1985. The runaway was wearing only knee-high socks. An autopsy revealed she died of blunt-force trauma to the back of her head and had been dead at least two days. In its decision, the jury said Nealy should be executed for killing Jody. “It was a cold, vicious murder in the commission of a rape,” Harrell said in announcing Nealy’s punishment. The judge said there was evidence presented at Nealy’s trial that showed he had killed Mary Charlotte Barnett in July 1988, but Nealy never was tried for it. Barnett’s nude body was found in a southwest Fresno field. She was hogtied and had a purse strap and brassiere tightly wrapped around her neck. The coroner said Barnett died as a result of ligature strangulation and had cuts, bruises and fractures on her face, as well as on other parts of her body. Nealy’s other convictions included three rapes, one robbery and child abuse. - (Black-on-white)
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    (White) Victim's Mom Finds Peace after (black) gets 'life' for kidnap and murder of her blonde daughter
Kevin BoltonA photo of Carter when she was a little girl... Cassandra Nicole 'Cassie' CarterGURDON, Ark. - Friday (12/4) was the first time Cassie Carter's mom has talked publicly about Carter's death and the criminal investigation. King first reported her 20-year-old daughter missing in March of 2013. The investigation led authorities to Kevin Bolton, the last person seen with Carter. Bolton, 39, was tracked to a Cherokee Indian Reservation in North Carolina where he was arrested after a traffic stop in Carter's car. Police found Carter's body in the trunk. Authorities accused Bolton of kidnapping Carter in Gurdon, choking her twice and putting her body in the trunk. Two years later he pleaded guilty to the crime of Kidnapping Resulting in Death. "For me it's been a very tough road because I miss her so bad and it's been hard," King remarked. "It's been very hard for me." Carter left behind a son, Jaxson. "He was nine months old when she was killed," King said. "He won't ever remember his mother; her touch; her feel." Thursday (12/4) in Federal Court in Hot Springs, Bolton was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Jennings man gets life sentence in fatal shooting (of White man) at St. Charles apartment
Charles Stanley DishmanWardell Davison JrST. CHARLES, MO. • A 22-year-old Jennings man received a life sentence after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a man last February at a St. Charles apartment complex. Wardell Davison Jr., of the 5300 block of Hamilton Avenue, also pleaded guilty to armed criminal action and robbery charges on Monday in connection with the death of Charles S. Dishman, 38, of St. Peters, authorities said. St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar said Circuit Judge Dan Pelikan sentenced Davison to 30 years each on those counts. The three sentences will run concurrently. Davison was among five men charged in the incident in the 200 block of Ameristar Boulevard. Melech Yachin Porter, 18, of the 8700 block of Kendale Drive in Bel-Ridge, pleaded guilty previously to the same charges and will be sentenced Dec. 14. A jury trial is set for Travon Johnson, 22, of the 3800 block of Manola Avenue in Pine Lawn, also for second-degree murder, robbery and armed criminal action. The two others - Lamont D. Ware, 22, of the 3600 block of North 20th Street in St. Louis and Dennis Lamont Baker, 24, of the 4300 block of Melba Avenue in Northwoods - pleaded guilty to robbery last month and will be sentenced Jan. 4. Police said the five went to the Crestview Apartments looking for money and drugs but that Dishman, the shooting victim, wasn't a target. Davison, Baker, Porter and Ware went to a second-floor apartment while Johnson stayed in their car. When a woman answered the door, Davison put a gun to her head and Porter told others in the apartment to empty their pockets. During the robbery, Dishman stood up and Davison shot him, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    Philadelphia Police Searching For Two (Black) Suspects (that murdered a young White man)
2 nigger killersRyan KellyRyan KellyPHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia Police are looking for two men suspected in a Thanksgiving Day homicide as well as a rash of robberies in the area of Port Richmond. Authorities have released surveillance video of the suspects in the hopes that the public can help identify them. Police say 21-year-old Ryan Kelly died after being shot in the chest on Thanksgiving. Kelly was found bleeding, lying on the street in the 3500 block of Almond Street at about 5 that morning. He was rushed to the hospital but was pronounced dead about a half hour later. Police say the suspects should be considered armed and dangerous. - (Black-on-white)
  • 2 suspects wanted after man gunned down on Thanksgiving
    PORT RICHMOND (WPVI) -- Police are searching for two suspects wanted in connection with the murder of a man on Thanksgiving morning. Ryan Kelly, 21, was gunned down around 5 a.m. in the 3500 block of Almond Street in the city's Port Richmond section. Police said Kelly was walking home from Wawa when the two men pulled up in a stolen white Mazda 626. "I don't know if this was an attempted robbery or not, but at this point it seems that he was approached and shot by these males," said Lt. John Stanford. He was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. Philadelphia police are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Homicide Unit at 215-686-3334.

    DNA evidence leads to black man being charged in murder of White man
Robert CarterClaude S. HansonDAVENPORT, Iowa Police say DNA evidence led to a murder charge against a Davenport man. On July 15 Claude Hanson, 62, was stabbed in his home in the 3800 block of Bridge Avenue. He died seven days later. During the investigation officers recovered DNA samples at the scene that led to the identification of Robert Carter, 54. Officers say Carter broke into Hanson's home and waited for him to return. When he did, police say Carter stabbed him and stole his wallet. Carter was already in the Scott County Jail on charges of burglary and public intoxication. On November 25 he was charged with 1st degree murder and 1st degree burglary. He is being held on a $500,000 bond. - (Black-on-white)

    Police arrest (deformed black with foreign name) suspect in connection with homeless (White) man's death
Kak ThoanTimothy RasmussenOmaha police have made an arrest in the murder of a homeless man earlier this year. Timothy Rasmussen, 54, was found dead near 24th and Harney on June 10. Friday, the Omaha Police Department book 42-year-old Kak Thoan in connection with Rasmussen’s death. Thoan was already incarcerated in Douglas County since June on robbery and assault charges. Rasmussen’s family said he struggled with homelessness on and off for years. Thoan was booked for criminal homicide and use of a weapon to commit a felony. - (Black-on-white)

    (Queer black) Manager at halfway house accused of murder - did he homo-rape the white man after he was dead?
Kenny J. TateDaniel B. DubeauEVERETT, Wash. - Everett police say they've arrested a 40-year-old man for the rape and murder of a resident at a halfway house. Detectives say Kenny J. Tate, the manager of the home, admitted to killing Daniel B. Dubeau, who refused his (homo)sexual advances. The two smoked methamphetamine Wednesday afternoon, charging papers say. Tate later used the home's surveillance system to track Dubeau's moves through the house before strangling him with a belt and then raping him. Tate was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for investigation of first-degree murder, first-degree rape, and first-degree robbery. The victim's family and friends filled a courtroom Friday afternoon for Tate's first appearance. "Does the judge even know what he did?" asked one woman, as she wept aloud in court. Officers were initially called to the home, about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday and found a man in his 30s dead in the manager's room. No drugs are allowed at the home, but police found drug paraphernalia at the site. Tate turned himself in at about 2:30 a.m. Thursday, police said. Detectives say Tate admitted being attracted to Dubeau, and that he tried to manipulate the victim with drugs in order to force him to have sex. When the victim refused, they fought. The owner of the home later found the victim dead with a belt around his neck and called 911. - (Black fags) - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.
  • Leviticus 18:22 - Never have sexual intercourse with a man as with a woman. It is disgusting.

    Lengthy Sentence For (Black) Man Convicted Of 2013 Gunpoint Robbery Of (White female cashier at) Montco Bar
Tyrice GriffinWhite female victimJose (aka 'Juan') GarciaNORRISTOWN, Pa. – It’s effectively a life sentence for the man convicted of robbing the Whitpain Tavern in Blue Bell at gunpoint, and then forcing Montgomery County Community College to shut down during his manhunt two years ago. Montgomery County Judge Gary Silow told 43-year-old Tyrice Griffin “you’re a bad dude” as he sentenced him to 60-120 years in state prison for his role in three gunpoint robberies — one of them the Whitpain Tavern in November, 2013. Griffin was convicted of Third Degree Murder and a previous robbery in the 90s. His accomplice in the robberies, Jose (aka 'Juan') Garcia, was previously sentenced to 20-40 years in prison. - (Black-on-white)
  • 2 Men charged in local restaurant robberies - Oct 08, 2014
    Police say Juan Garcia and Tyrice Griffin, both of Hazleton, Luzerne County, held up The Belvedere Inn in Lancaster and Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar in Camp Hill last October.

    Police: Embattled (White) attorney Stan Chesley robbed at gunpoint in Indian Hill home (by three blacks)
Darrell Kinney, Terry Jackson and Demetrius WilliamsSusan J. DlottStan ChesleyINDIAN HILL, Ohio -- Embattled Cincinnati attorney Stan Chesley and his wife, Judge Susan Dlott, were robbed at gunpoint in their Indian Hill home Friday at around 10:40 p.m., according to police. The men broke in through a locked back door and took IDs, credit cards, fur coats, jewelry and other items from the couple at gunpoint, Indian Hill police said. The men were armed with handguns and a stun gun, police said. The suspects -- Terry Jackson, 21, Darrell Kinney, 20, and Demetrius Williams, 20 -- were apprehended by Madeira police following a traffic stop the same evening. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Teen arrested after (white) woman fatally shot near elementary school in Charlotte
Montez Stephon McLaurinAngel Marie CarltonCHARLOTTE, NC - A teenager is now in jail after police say he shot and killed a woman in east Charlotte late Wednesday night near an elementary school. According to police, the shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. along the 4800-block of Shamrock Drive, this is near the Lawrence Orr Elementary school. Initial reports indicate the shooting happened at a basketball court, but police have not confirmed that information. Officers say when they arrived, they found the body of 35-year-old Angel Marie Carlton and she had been shot. She was pronounced dead by MEDIC. Police believe the shooting was not random and say Carlton didn't have any affiliation with the school. According to police, investigators deemed Montez Stephon McLaurin as a suspect in the shooting. Carlton’s family has been notified of her death. Thursday, her sister, Dawn Hollyfield and her mother, Amanda Hill spoke with WBTV by phone. They live in Virginia. They said Angel Marie was a prostitute and the teenager was a John. They said Angel Marie's boyfriend told them what happened. “She went to meet the guy and before he could get close enough to keep an eye on her, to protect her if need be, he heard five shots and seen a man running off. And by the time he got to her she was already dead in the van still holding a cigarette in her hand,” Hollyfield said. Carlton's family doesn't know why she was killed. They say she was a prostitute with an addiction to heroin. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

Dangers of interracial dating

  • Deuteronomy 23:17 - There shall be no whore of the daughters of Israel, nor a sodomite of the sons of Israel.
  • Leviticus 19:29 - Do not prostitute thy daughter, to cause her to be a whore; lest the land fall to whoredom, and the land become full of wickedness.

    (Black) Mid-Missouri man found guilty of killing his (white) wife
Ricky Harding, JrSummer HardingSummer Ann JHickman-HardingWARRENTON, Mo. - An Audrain County man is found guilty of killing his wife last May. Ricky Harding, Jr. was convicted of second degree murder and found guilty of other charges. 12 jurors decided Harding's fate. The trial continued Friday in Warrenton with the defense calling witnesses followed by closing arguments from both sides. Harding had a short outburst in court while the prosecuting attorney described his daughter's testimony during the trial. - (Black-on-white)
  • Friends of the couple tell us the two’s relationship was filled domestic abuse.
  • Preliminary hearing held for Ricky Harding Jr. -Sep. 23, 2014
    Harding was charged with second-degree murder, second-degree domestic assault, armed criminal action, felon in possession of a firearm and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child May 25, following the death of his wife, Summer Ann Hickman Harding.
  • Audrain murder happened during fight for gun - 27 May 2014
    According to court documents, on Sunday afternoon Harding and Hickman were arguing at the home they shared on County Road 923 and began struggling with a Colt .45 pistol. During the struggle, the gun went off, striking Hickman in the pelvic region. Authorities say after the shooting, Harding drug Hickman's body to the garage, where it was later found by police in a pool of blood. He then fled the scene without calling for help, leaving four minor children, ranging in age from six to 12, alone in the residence. Harding has several previous felony convictions for burglary, stealing, and possession of drugs. He was also convicted on two counts of misdemeanor domestic violence in 2006.
  • Ricky Harding Jr., the Mexico man accused in the shooting death of Summer Hickman, appeared in Audrain Co. court this afternoon. According to court documents, the shooting happened while the couple was arguing over the weekend.
  • Preliminary hearing held for Ricky Harding Jr.
  • Summer Ann Hickman-Harding - obituary

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black ex-convict) accused of attacking woman now wanted for aggravated robbery, kidnapping - at Obama Market
Racardo SpencerNASHVILLE, Tenn. – A 29-year-old man accused of attacking a woman as she left a Nashville market Wednesday night is wanted by police for aggravated robbery and kidnapping. According to a release, Racardo Spencer was lying in the front passenger seat of the 46-year-old victim’s car when she exited the Obama Market on 40th Avenue around 11 p.m. Spencer allegedly ordered the woman to drive him to a nearby apartment building where he demanded cash. The victim complied with Spencer’s request before he allegedly struck her in the head when he became upset she only had $15. The victim reported to police that she left the Obama Market around 11 p.m. Police said Spencer was released from jail last month on a $20,000 bond for domestic assault and violating probation. Police added he has previous convictions for reckless homicide, cocaine possession and felon in possession of a weapon.


    Black Crime is a Problem - (website)
FACT: Blacks are 13% of America. Blacks are responsible for over half of America's violent crimes.




    Prosecutors fear ISIS attacks on jurors in (black Muslim) Air Force vet’s trial
Tairod PughLawyers for an Air Force vet charged with trying to join ISIS are fighting a push by prosecutors for an anonymous jury, claiming that the measure would be unfairly prejudicial. Arguing that ISIS sympathizers could target jurors in Tairod Pugh’s Brooklyn federal court proceeding, the feds have asked Judge Nicholas Garaufis to keep their identities confidential. “The possibility that a terrorist organization, the defendant, his associates, or their sympathizers, will target members of the jury in this case is a valid concern for potential members of the jury pool…,” a government submission states.


  • Deuteronomy 22:5 - A woman must not wear men's clothing, nor a man wear women's clothing, for the LORD your God detests anyone who does this.






    (Black) Glen Allen man arrested after (White) woman found dead in woods
Jeffrey L. Michaux JrAshley Marie Davis-WhitersRICHMOND, Va. — A Glen Allen man was arrested in connection with a November 16 homicide that left a woman dead in the woods. Jeffrey L. Michaux Jr., 24, of the 11000 block of Cobbs Road in Glen Allen, was charged with conspiracy to commit murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to a Richmond Police spokesperson. A police officer saw Michaux, who was wanted in connection with the homicide, at a business in Hanover County and took him into custody, police said. Several days after the death of 33-year-old Ashley Davis, police released a photo of a man wanted for questioning. “We don’t have a detailed denoscription of this individual beyond what can be seen in the photograph,” Major Crimes Detective Jamie Baynes said at the time. “But we hope that someone will recognize his distinctive clothing, including his hat, patterned sweater and gold rimmed glasses.” - (Black-on-white)

    Police Arrest Black ex-boyfriend in fatal stabbing of white mother of 4
Dejuan Onza WindomMargaret RecasensPITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Police have made an arrest for a fatal stabbing that happened in Carrick on Saturday. With assistance from the Monessen Police, Pittsburgh Police arrested 25-year-old Dejuan Onza Windom in relation to the fatal stabbing of 28-year-old Margaret Recasens. Windom is being charged with criminal homicide. The victim’s mother says her daughter recently relocated to get away from her abusive boyfriend. Friday would have been Recasens 29th birthday. Rather than celebrating, her mother is mourning the loss of her only daughter. “I’m not doing so great,” said Catherine Heinzelman. “I lost my daughter. She was the best part of my life.” According to court papers, Recasens was stabbed three times last Saturday morning in Carrick – twice in the chest and once in the back. She was found bleeding, lying on the sidewalk in front of Anthony’s Pizza on Brownsville Road. Windom, Recasens ex-boyfriend, was arrested Thursday and charged with criminal homicide. Police used surveillance video and a witness to identify Windom as the suspect. “She had a hard life,” said Heinzelman.“She was out there, but doesn’t give the right to be murdered. Very good girl." - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Barricaded (black) suspect in murder of his (white) 'baby momma' arrested in Detroit
Jermaine Arnet CooperMelissa MooreA man suspected of murdering the mother of one of his children has been taken into custody after a several-hour-long standoff with the FBI at a house in west Detroit. The standoff, punctuated by the firing of tear gas and the explosions of flash bang grenades throughout the morning, ended shortly before 1 p.m. when the man was taken into custody. It wasn't immediately clear if he surrendered or was captured. Family members of the suspect, identified as Jermaine Cooper, had arrived about an hour earlier. A woman who identified herself as Jermaine Cooper 's sister pleaded with him to surrender. "We're here Jermaine," yelled a woman, who said she was Cooper's sister. "Just come out with your hands up, please." Grand Rapids Press reporter Heidi Fenton tweeted earlier that the suspect being sought by the FBI and Grand Rapids Police is Jermaine Cooper. He is wanted in connection with the homicide of Melissa Moore, who was shot and killed on Knapp Street Nov. 6, Fenton tweeted. Police said Moore, 31, was shot "almost execution style," the Grand Rapids Press reported. Moore and Cooper had a child together, the newspaper reported. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    This (white female) music journalist has a big domestic violence problem (with her violent black sex partner)
Ernest BakerLauren NostroErnest Baker, a popular music writer, has been arrested following a domestic violence incident involving his ex-girlfriend, which took place earlier this year. Music journalist Lauren Nostro, managing editor of Complex Music, has corroborated a bombshell claim that Baker sent her to the hospital in May following a heated argument that turned violent. Law enforcement sources confirmed to Page Six that Nostro and Baker were involved in a domestic violence incident on May 5 at 11:30 p.m. at their Bed-Stuy apartment. Nostro fell, hitting her chin on the floor, which caused a laceration requiring her to get almost 20 stitches. Baker is the author of the forthcoming book “How to Date White Women” - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Female rapper's black big) Brother Charged with Raping a Minor
Jelani Maraj(Black female 'rapper') Nicki Minaj's older brother has been accused of raping a child, according to court documents. Jelani Maraj, 37, was charged with first-degree rape of a child younger than 13 and first-degree sexual conduct against a child in a Long Island, New York, court on Thursday. The Nassau County Correctional Center confirmed he was released on $100,000 bond. Maraj is due back in court on Dec. 9, according to the Nassau County district attorney's office. The accusations come mere months after Maraj married fiancée Jacqueline Robinson in Baldwin, New York, in August. His famous sister, 32, attended the nuptials.


    State’s High Court To Hear More Death Penalty Arguments
Russell PeelerHARTFORD, Conn. _ The Connecticut Supreme Court is giving the state one more chance to argue in favor of keeping capital punishment for those already sentenced to die. A divided high court in August ruled the death penalty violated the state constitution and contemporary standards of decency. The state had already passed a law abolishing capital punishment, except for those currently on death row. The court ruled in the case of Eduardo Santiago that because capital punishment is unconstitutional, the ban should apply to everyone. But on Tuesday, the court scheduled oral arguments for Jan. 7 on the constitutional aspects of the death penalty in the case of Russell Peeler. He was sentenced to die for ordering the 1999 killings of an 8-year-old boy and his mother in Bridgeport.





Communist 'Cult Leader' Aravindan Balakrishnan Convicted in Slave Case
Aravindan Balakrishnan LONDON — A communist "cult leader" who brainwashed three women — including his own daughter — and for years controlled every aspect of their lives was convicted Friday of false imprisonment, child cruelty and rape. Aravindan Balakrishnan, 75, was the "charismatic leader" of a political collective he founded in the 1970s named the Workers' Institute of Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong Thought.





    Police seek help ID'ing (black) Calumet City homicide suspect in murder of (White woman)
Samantha Springerblack killer suspectCalumet City police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man wanted in connection with a September homicide there. Interim Police Chief Tom DiFiori released a sketch of the suspect Wednesday morning. Calumet City police responded on Sept. 16 to the 300 block of Pulaski Road for a report of a woman shot multiple times. The woman was later identified as Samantha Springer, 21. Springer was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn where she was pronounced dead. A witness told police the suspect ambushed Springer as she left her vehicle, which was parked in front of her home. The suspect fired four to five times, the witness said, then fled on foot. DiFiori said the Cook County Sheriff's Department assisted in the investigation and assisted with the sketch of the suspect based on the witness' denoscription. Police are asking anyone with information related to the homicide to contact the Calumet City Police Department's Investigations Division at (708) 868-2500. The suspect is described at an 18- to 20-year-old African-American male, 5 feet 9 inches tall with a medium build, mustache and black hair worn in a boxy-style haircut, police said. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Gadsden man pleads guilty to capital murder in 2011 Oxford shooting (of White woman)
Brandon HawkinsBarbara ExumA Gadsden man charged with capital murder in the September 2011 shooting death of a Papa John’s assistant manager pleaded guilty Tuesday, according to online court records. Brandon Vontez Hawkins, 24, was sentenced to 35 years for shooting Barbara Exum while robbing the Oxford restaurant. His sentence will run at the same time as his sentences for a second-degree assault charge and first-degree robbery charge related to the shooting, according to records. Hawkins pleaded guilty to a separate robbery charge in January for an incident that occurred a week after Exum’s death. Donquavious Russell, 21, was also charged with capital murder in the Exum shooting. Russell is set to go to trial January 25, according to records. Hawkins received a credit of time served for three years and 360 days he spent in jail. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Suspect found guilty in murder of (elderly White) furniture store owner
Katron Shawndell WalkerLeon Jerome Hayes and Naomi Nichelle LambertDonald CarterSUFFOLK, Va. – More than a year after the murder of a Suffolk furniture store owner, a jury found the second of three suspects guilty Wednesday. Police found 82-year-old Donald Carter shot to death near Carter’s Furniture, on East Washington Street last September. Officers arrested and charged Katron Shawndell Walker, Leon Hayes and Naomi Lambert in the case. Lambert is currently serving 22 years in prison after pleading guilty to her role in Carter’s death and Hayes will face the same charges as Walker next year. Walker’s three-day trial ended Wednesday. The jury found him guilty of first degree murder, conspiracy, attempted robbery, and two-gun charges after two hours of deliberation. “He admitted in his statement to police that he pulled the trigger.". - (Black-on-white)

    Police Release Video Of Black Man Shooting White Officer During Vehicle Stop
Trev Bowies Jackson Lynn AndersonYORK COUNTY, Pa. – The Northern York County Regional Police Department says they are seeking the public’s help in locating a suspect who shot at a police officer. Authorities released dash cam video of what they say is the suspect shooting at Officer Lynn Anderson. Police say they are searching for Trev Bowies Jackson and have an active warrant for his arrest. Jackson is considered to be armed and extremely dangerous, police say. He may also have a bandage on his left hand. Authorities say the officer is doing well and has returned to duty. Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers has posted up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Jackson. - (Black-on-white)


    Black footballer lied about fatal DUI crash - in which white girlfriend of one of the black footballers died
Tacola SeayMegan C. CarterMarco WrightProsecutors say a former Trousdale County football star lied about claiming he was the driver in a 2013 Wilson County crash that killed one woman in the vehicle, and the state has charged another suspect with driving. Tacola Seay, 23, was indicted in May 2013 on charges that included vehicular homicide by intoxication and vehicular homicide by recklessness for the February 2013 wreck that killed Megan C. Carter, 26. Both vehicular homicide charges have been dismissed, but Seay is now charged with three counts of filing a false report. Marco Wright, 26, who allegedly was in the car at the time of the crash according to initial reports, is now charged as the driver in the case. Seay, a linebacker and running back when he played for Trousdale County, was a Mr. Football finalist in 2009. His case on the original vehicular homicide charges went to trial in October 2014. But a mistrial was declared. Wright’s case is set for trial Feb. 3-5. Wright, who was first charged with DUI by allowance.and vehicular homicide by intoxication, has been in jail since August. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    (White) man pleads guilty to killing (black) ex-girlfriend outside Md. Target
Mariam Adebayo and Donald Bricker JrGERMANTOWN, Md. -- A Hagerstown man pleaded guilty Wednesday to shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend in the parking lot of a Target store in Germantown. Donald Bricker Jr. was charged with one count of first-degree murder for shooting 25-year-old Mariam Adebayo on June 1. The two agreed to meet after Bricker threatened harm himself after Adebayo ended their relationship. Witnesses told police that Adebayo and Bricker 28, were fighting in a car in the parking lot when she got out to get away from Bricker. He then got out of the car, holding a gun, and fired at Adebayo, police said. Adebayo, 24, graduated from the University of Maryland in 2013 with a degree in public health. She also graduated from Seneca Valley High School in Germantown in 2009. Bricker faces in life in prison for the shooting when he is sentenced on February 26, 2016.

Dangers of interracial dating

    (Black) Former Bridgeport cop charged with faking racist letter left in PD mailboxes
Clive HigginsBRIDGEPORT -- After a racially charged letter was sent to the Bridgeport Police Department on February 9, State Police investigators said they found it was all a hoax. Former officer, Clive Higgins, 50, claimed to be a target of the letter, but was arrested Wednesday. Higgins, of Naugatuck, resigned from the Bridgeport Police Department on July 6. Back in February, Higgins said he found a letter that stated, in part, that black police officers belong in the toilet. The letter showed up in several officers’ mailboxes. At the time, it appeared to be an "inside job" because the letter was written on official police department letterhead, which is not available to the general public. The letter, titled "White Power," also referenced a highly publicized case involving three Bridgeport police officers, including Higgins. The officers were caught on camera kicking and stomping a man in Beardsley Park in May of 2011. Higgins, a 12-year veteran of the department, was the only black officer involved, and was the only officer acquitted of brutality charges. The other two officers, Elson Morales and Joseph Lawlor, pleaded guilty to federal misdemeanors. They resigned from the department and face up to a year in jail.

    (Black) NYPD officer accused of exposing himself while drunk near Bronx school
Wayne Roach FOXHURST, Bronx -- A New York City police officer was arrested after being accused of exposing himself by a school in the Bronx Monday. Investigators say parents saw off-duty transit officer Wayne Roach exposing himself in his car just steps from the front door of PS 134 on Bristow Street in the Morrisania section just after noon. They also said he was intoxicated and passed out, and that while his head was completely covered, other parts of him were not. According to the criminal complaint, Roach was sitting behind the wheel of a green 2001 Honda Civic with the engine running. He had his "pants down...exposed, jacked over his face asleep...in public view." Roach, 35, is charged with lewdness and DWI. The 10-year veteran has been suspended from the force without pay. He was released on his own recognizance.

    NC woman fights back during rape attempt, gunman says he’ll ‘blow her head off,’ police say
Phillip Eugene SimmsFAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Fayetteville Police say a man tried to rape a woman at gunpoint and threatened to “blow her head off” if she didn’t take off her clothes during the incident early Wednesday. The incident happened around 6:30 a.m. at the victim’s residence in the 400 block of Ritter Drive, Fayetteville Police say. Police say that the suspect, who is known to the victim, displayed a handgun and then gave orders to the victim. The suspect grabbed the victim and dragged her to the bathroom and told her he would “blow her head off if she didn’t take off her clothes,” police said. “The victim was able to fight back and the suspect fled the area but managed to take the victim’s phone,” police said. The 28-year-old woman identified her assailant as Phillip Eugene Simms, age 33, of the 5800 block of Somerton Place, Hope Mills, police said.

    Wagner Sentenced in Gang Rape Sexual Assault of 15-Year-Old
Gregory Wagner Gregory Wagner was sentenced in the gang rape sexual assault of a 15-year-old West Allis girl. Wagner was found guilty of two counts of third degree sexual assault. For each count he was sentenced to 5 years in prison and 5 years of extended supervision. The terms are to served separately. Wagner will, also, register as a Sex Offender. The victim said she met the defendant through mutual friends. On May 29, she was hanging out with a group of friends including the defendant. She was handed a drink which she drank and was told it was "dirty Sprite." This is cough syrup mixed with Sprite. She told officers she felt like jello and the defendant and a known juvenile took her into the garage. They gang raped her in the garage, and then took her back inside onto the couch and gang raped her. She said she saw a bright light and started screaming. She found out the next day there were several videos made of this incident.

    Prisoner captured after escaping police custody in October
Gerald BrooksPolice have arrested a prisoner who escaped their custody over a month ago. Gerald Brooks, 39, was busted at an apartment in Jamaica, Queens, Tuesday night after trying to jump out a second-story window on Bedell Avenue, police sources said.

    (Cowardly black) Man, 22, charged in violent attack on woman at Birmingham Walmart
Jarod DorseyA 22-year-old has been identified and charged in the violent holdup of a woman in the parking lot of a Birmingham Walmart last week. Birmingham police today announced charges against Jarod Dorsey. He is charged with second-degree robbery and is being held on $75,000 bond. Lt. Sean Edwards said investigators have obtained information on the second suspect, and are following up leads to track him down.

    Jeffco man beat Chihuahua to death with mop handle, authorities say
Marvis RutledgeAuthorities are searching for a 46-year-old Center Point man they say beat a Chihuahua to death with a mop handle. Marvis Rutledge is charged with first-degree cruelty to a dog. He remains at large. Jefferson County sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the 1500 block of Charter East Circle about 9:30 p.m. Nov. 11. A witness told deputies a man had been seen beating a small dog with a mop handle, said Chief Deputy Randy Christian. When the dog stopped moving and crying, the witness said, the man threw the dog into a dumpster. Deputies found and questioned Rutledge, and he told them he had left the dog tied to his back porch, but when he had gotten home the dog was gone. He identified the dog in the dumpster as his, but denied knowing how it had gotten there, Christian said. Rutledge is described as a black male, 5-feet, 9-inches tall weighing 180 pounds. He has previous convictions for burglary and public intoxication.

    Tuscaloosa police ID suspect in cat abuse video, $6K reward offered for info
Brandon Whitecat victimTUSCALOOSA, AL - Tuscaloosa police have officially identified the person shown beating a cat with a belt in a video posted online that sparked an animal cruelty investigation. Police say the person beating the cat is Brandon White, Police Chief Steven Anderson said in a news release on Friday. Investigators want to know the approximate time and date the video was made, as well as where it was taken. The police department says those are crucial pieces of information they need in order to request an arrest warrant. The video was posted to social media around Nov. 2. A total of $6,000 in reward money is now being offered for information in the case. The Humane Society of the United States is offering $5,000 for information that leads to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person who assaulted the cat.





(Hispanic) Ex-Boyfriend Charged With Homicide After Bodies Of Missing Mom, Baby Recovered
Ricardo SantiagoVINELAND, NJ – Police in Vineland, New Jersey say a 34-year-old man has been arrested and charged with two counts of homicide after the bodies of a missing mother and her three-month-old baby were recovered late Tuesday night in Cumberland County. Ricardo Santiago voluntarily turned himself in to authorities yesterday, police say. Officials say 34-year-old Neidy Ramirez and her daughter Genesis were last seen on Friday, November 27. Police say Santiago does have a five-year-old child with Neidy, but he was not the father of Genesis. Ramirez was last seen Friday in an area laundromat, according to police. They believe Santiago is the only suspect.




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    Police arrest black in 37-year-old case of rape and murder of a White woman
James Willie ButterfieldGwendolyn Elain FogleWALTERBORO, SC - Officials with the Walterboro Police Department say an arrest has been made in a case that has been cold for 37 years. According to a news release, James Willie Butterfield has been charged with murder, first degree criminal sexual conduct and first degree burglary. On May 28, 1978, officers with the Walterboro Police Department were approached by two individuals who said they went home to find their roommate lying on the floor, covered in blood. Officers responded to the scene on South Lemacks Street to find the body of Gwendolyn Elain Fogle. Investigator Gean Johnson was assigned to the case in May of 2015, almost 37 years to the date of the incident. After seven months of investigation, James Willie Butterfield -- an original person of interest -- became a primary suspect. - (Black-on-white)

    Tip From Public Leads To Arrest (of Black) In Carrollton Homicide (of White man)
Kedric DeShaun AlexanderSteve LehmanCARROLLTON – Thanks to a tip from the public, Carrollton Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the November 4, 2015 murder of Steve Lehman. Kedric DeShaun Alexander, 35 of Balch Springs is in the Denton County Jail on a charge of Burglary of a Habitation. Charges of Murder or Capital Murder are pending the results of forensic evidence testing. Alexander is suspected in the death of Steve Lehman who was found dead in his home at 2058 E. Peters Colony Rd on November 4, 2015. Investigators believe the suspect broke in to commit a burglary that morning, and encountered Lehman who was still at home. Surveillance video of a suspect vehicle which was made public on November 12, 2015 led to a tip to Carrollton Police. That tip quickly led to Alexander’s arrest. Alexander is being held on $200,000 bond. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man pleads guilty to murder of (White) pro fisherman
Shaun Brown James “Jimmy” JohnsonA man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison in a 2013 shooting outside a Jackson motel that killed a professional bass fisherman, court officials said. Shaun Brown, 19, pleaded guilty Nov. 16 to a second-degree murder charge in Hinds County Circuit Court. He was originally charged with capital murder. Brown was arrested three days after the shooting. Jackson police said at the time that the then-17-year-old confessed to killing James “Jimmy” Johnson in the parking lot of the Motel 6 off Instate 55. But Brown denied the accusations days later as he walked to a court hearing. Johnson was in town to compete in Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open tournament on the Ross Barnett Reservoir. His family said Johnson was killed after he found someone burglarizing his boat. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man arrested after (White) father shot in the back and paralyzed at I-85 rest stop held under $2M bond
Darren Tyron Manuelblack suspectblack suspectGreg McKeeGASTONIA, N.C. — The Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office posted on its Facebook page Wednesday morning that they have arrested a man in the Interstate 85 rest stop shooting that left a father of four partially paralyzed. Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office said Darren Tyron Manuel, 26, of Charlotte was arrested and charged with attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon and assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury. He is accused of trying to rob Greg McKee as he washed his hands in a restroom Saturday night. McKee was paralyzed from the waist down after being shot in the back. Manuel was arrested Tuesday night at his home in Charlotte. He is in the Cabarrus County jail with a $2 million secured bond. He is also awaiting service of a parole violation. - (Black-on-white)

    Black man faces second trial in 2014 homicide
Ahmad DavisJo Lee Van BurenLANSING - The second trial of Ahmad Davis, who is charged with shooting and killing a Lansing man after a home invasion last year, began today. A jury failed to reach a verdict in July. Davis, who is 29 and lives in Lansing, faces murder, armed robbery, first-degree home invasion and two weapons charges in connection with the shooting death of 30-year-old Jo Lee Van Buren in May of last year. Rachel Johnson, with whom Van Buren lived and dealt drugs, earlier testified that Van Buren fought a masked gunman who broke into their home in the 1300 block of Roosevelt Avenue and demanded money. Johnson earlier testified that she heard two gunshots after running outside for help, and found Van Buren bleeding to death on the floor and the suspect gone when she returned. Van Buren later died at a local hospital from a shotgun wound to the chest. - (Black-on-white)

  • Twitter threats to black Kean students made by black alum, police say
    A recent Kean graduate has been charged with being responsible for a series of tweets threatening black students at the school two weeks ago, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced. Kayla-Simone McKelvey, 24, of Union – a black alum who graduated in May – was charged by summons with third-degree creating a false public alarm. - (Drudge)

    Ex-Death Row Inmate Mumia Wins Hearing Over Medical Care
Mumia spent 30 years on death row in the 1981 slaying of a Philadelphia police officer before the sentence was overturned. The former Black Panther is now serving a life sentence at a state prison in Schuylkill County. - (Black-on-white)
  • 4,380 "Fry Mumia" links on Google
    Mao Mao JamalAaniel FaulknerDo you know the twisted story of Mumia Abu-Jamal? - Mumia, as he is called by his adoring legions of left-wing supporters, is a convicted cop-killer serving a life sentence for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer in 1981. He is also an international celebrity. You can find pictures of his dreadlocks wherever angry people gather. Free Mumia! is the cry that is heard from college campuses, the Hollywood left, and the anti-American factions in Europe.
  • Justice For Police Officer Daniel Faulkner - (Black-on-white)
  • Ecclesiastes 8:11 - When a crime is not punished quickly, people feel it is safe to do wrong.

    Trial begins for black man accused of murdering a White couple in their seventies
Helen and Gary WellsJonathan Donell RhodesGREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. —Jonathan Donell Rhodes' double murder trial started Tuesday morning. Rhodes is charged with murder, kidnapping and burglary in the October 2012 deaths of Helen and Gary Wells. The Wellses were found dead inside their Terramont Drive home on Oct. 3, 2012. During opening statements, 13th Circuit Solicitor Walt Wilkins told the jury that Rhodes had help carrying out the crime from the Wellses' housekeeper, Shirley Rogers. The first witness to testify was the son-in-law of the Wellses' next-door neighbor, who was tending to his father-in-law's yard. The neighbor testified that Rogers asked him for help after seeing Gary Wells lying on the floor. The neighbor entered the home through the unlocked front door and called 911 after finding Gary Wells lying in a pool of blood in an office-type room and Helen Wells in a bedroom. A former Department of Public Safety forensics investigator said Gary Wells had deep gashes on his legs and cuts to his abdomen, hands and head. The forensics officer said he also found a blood-covered knife nearby. The same officer said he found Helen Wells in another room. She had multiple wounds to her shoulders and an apparent gunshot wound on her right bicep, the officer testified. The investigator said he found shell casings, an unfired bullet and a second knife in the vicinity of the bodies. - (Black-on-white)
  • Solicitor: Greenville man, ex-housekeeper killed Eastside couple
  • Greenville man nears trial in deaths of Eastside couple
    Gary and Helen Wells were married for 49 years. Gary Wells, 78, worked for 40 years in international textile machinery sales for the John D. Hollingsworth Co. He also served in the United States Army Intelligence as a Russian linguist stationed in Berlin during the Cold War, according to the couple's obituary. Helen Wells, 77, once served as an officer manager for the Greenville Speech and Hearing Center. She was a homemaker and had several other occupations, the couple's obituary said. The Wellses were longtime, active members of Taylors First Baptist Church. They were found dead Oct. 3, 2012, at their house at 10 Terramont Drive in the Terra Pines Estates subdivision.

    Elderly (White) woman recovering after brutal carjacking (by cowardly black man)
Christopher Gregory82-year-old White female carjack victimJEFFERSONVILLE, Ky. – An elderly woman brutally attacked during a carjacking in Jeffersonville is speaking out for the first time. The woman, 82, was attacked and pulled from her vehicle at East Lawn Arms Apartments. She suffered injuries and was in intensive care. One week later, the woman is now recovering at home and is still shaken from the event. She says her attacker beat her and stole her purse. Jeffersonville Police are still searching for the man who is responsible for the crime. Detectives were able to track down photographs and surveillance of a man using the victim's debit card at two locations in Louisville. - (Black-on-white)
  • Bond set for man accused of carjacking
    JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. -- Bond has been set for the man accused of brutally attacking an 82-year-old Jeffersonville woman. 20-year-old Christopher Gregory appeared in court for an arraignment hearing on Friday. He faces 2nd degree robbery charges. Authorities believe on November 12 Gregory approached the woman as she was leaving a grocery store. The victim had her car, purse, and debit card stolen. The woman was beaten so badly, she had to go to the hospital. She now wears a brace around her torso.

    (Black) Condemned for 1993 Slaying (of newlywed White man and rape of White wife) Loses Federal Appeal
Alvin BrazielA federal appeals court has refused an appeal from a 40-year-old man on death row for fatally shooting a Dallas man who was walking with his newlywed wife on a jogging trail at a community college just outside Dallas. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday denied Alvin Braziel's arguments that his attorneys were deficient for not presenting sufficient mitigating evidence during the punishment phase of his 2001 murder trial in Dallas. Braziel was condemned for a 1993 failed robbery attempt where 27-year-old Douglas White was shot dead. White's wife of 11 days was raped during the attack on the trail that circled Eastfield College in Mesquite. DNA tests while Braziel was serving a five-year prison term for sexual assault of a child linked him to the slaying. - (Black-on-white)
  • Offender Information
    Summary of Incident On 9/21/1993 at 9:00 p.m. in Mesquite, Braziel approached a newlywed couple walking on a jogging trail of a community college. Braziel demanded money. When it was discovered that neither of the two had any money in their possession, Braziel shot the 27 year old white male, resulting in his death. Braziel then sexually assaulted the 23 year old white female. Braziel linked to the crime in January 2001 when his DNA was found to match the DNA taken from the female victim.
    Race and Gender of Victim White male

    Arrest made in slayings of homeless couple; deaths shock friends, family
Ricky HathornLara KucharTommy SkeensTAMPA — In the shadow of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, friends and family of a homeless couple forced themselves Monday to look at the dark bloodstains on the pavement of a decrepit carwash, a stark reminder of loved ones lost in a weekend double homicide. Tommy Skeens, 52, and Lara Kuchar, 45, were found beaten to death early Saturday near the abandoned carwash just east of a vacant convenience store on East Hillsborough Avenue, directly north of the casino. Late Monday, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office announced it had arrested a 46-year-old homeless man who had been staying in the carwash with the couple. Ricky Hathorn faces one charge of first-degree murder, one charge of second-degree murder and one charge of sexual battery with a deadly weapon. - (Black-on-white)

    2 (black) Teens Charged In Murder Of (White) Taxi Driver
Dasean Perry and Nicholas McKinney Darren BloomquistDENVER - The Denver district attorney has formally charged two men in connection with the murder of a taxi driver in September. Dasean Perry and Nicholas McKinney have been charged with one count of first-degree felony murder. Darren Bloomquist was driving a taxi on Sept. 5 after receiving a call to 20000 East Mitchell Place in Green Valley Ranch when he was shot and killed in an apparent robbery. The charges allege that Perry, 19, and McKinney, 18, were participating in an attempt to rob Bloomquist, 49, when he was shot and killed. McKinney, who was 17 at the time, is being charged as an adult. - (Black-on-white)

    (Black) Man charged in connection with (white) ex girlfriend's disappearance - dismemberment
Joshua Dow Adelle JensenMINNEAPOLIS -- A Minneapolis man is behind bars in connection with the disappearance of ex-girlfriend Adelle "Addie" Jensen, who has been missing since Nov. 18. Thirty-one-year-old Joshua Dow was charged Monday with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, and interference with a dead body while concealing evidence. According to charges, Dow, who has a 2-year-old daughter with Jensen, went with her parents to the police station when they filed a missing persons report on Nov. 21. After Jensen's parents left, Dow returned to the station and told police that he and Jensen had recently argued because he was seeing someone else. He also told them Jensen "had left like this twice in the past - once in January and once a few week ago," according to the complaint. On Nov. 22, Dow's brother told police that Jensen was dead and that he had assisted Dow in moving her body, according to charges. He told police that Dow put a gun to his head and said he would kill him if he didn't help. He said they took her body to a warehouse in Minneapolis. Dow's brother took police to the warehouse, but was surprised to see the closet where they had put Jensen's body was empty. However, officers "smelled what their experience led them to believe was decomposing flesh," according to court documents. A witness told authorities he had seen Dow at the warehouse on Nov. 22, washing off tarps and putting boxes on a cart. When Dow was arrested, he told officers that Jensen had killed herself in front of him and he panicked. According to court documents, Dow told another witness that he had dismembered Jensen after she died and disposed of her body. He also admitted to police that he had disposed of her body, but did not disclose a location. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    Sacramento: (Black sex offender) faces murder charge in Quality Inn death (of white woman that was a girl-friend)
Fredrick TatumApril Marie Fowler SACRAMENTO, Calif. —A man is accused of physically assaulting a woman -- who died of her injuries -- earlier this week inside a Sacramento hotel room. Officers with the Sacramento Police Department arrested 52-year-old Fredrick Tatum in the death of April Marie Fowler at the Quality Inn, according to a news release. Tatum will face a murder charge. Just after 12:35 p.m. Wednesday, police learned of a possible body found in the third-floor room of a hotel in the 3700 block of Northgate Boulevard. Officers, with help from the Sacramento Fire Department, pronounced Fowler dead at the scene. She was 42 years old. When officers arrived at the hotel room, they immediately detained Tatum. He was taken to police headquarters for questioning, and then booked at the Sacramento County Jail for failing to register as a sex offender. Detectives are awaiting the coroner's report. They said Tatum and Fowler were friends. - (Black-on-white)

Dangers of interracial dating

    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

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