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  ARCHIVE for 3 January 2016

    (Black) Abilene Man Arrested by Hobbs Police Thursday, Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter (of Elderly White Man)
McClellan Calhoun JrMarvin ScarberOn 12/31/15 at 12:55 P.M., Hobbs Police Department officers responded to an unresponsive subject in the 300 block of North Marland. Upon their arrival they observed 74-year-old, Marvin Scarber, of Hobbs, lying on the ground unresponsive. Officers began CPR until paramedics arrived and took Scarber to Lea Regional Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Investigators learned that Scarber and 34-year-old, McClellan Calhoun Jr. of Abilene, Texas, got into an physical altercation over Scarber shoveling snow. After the altercation; Calhoun, his wife 31-year-old Shamika Benton, of Hobbs, and friend, 42-year-old Cleve McKenzie, of Hobbs, fled the scene. Benton was located at a residence in the 1200 block of North Pennington. McClellan and McKenzie came to the Hobbs Police Department voluntarily, where all 3 were interviewed by detectives. At the direction of the District Attorney, Calhoun has been charged with Involuntary Manslaughter (4th Degree Felony). He is currently being held in the Hobbs City Jail without bond. At this time, neither Benton nor McKenzie have been charged with any crime. The investigation into Scarbers’ death is on-going. - (Black-on-white)

    Elderly woman beaten, robbed (by cowardly criminal black) in Lakewood home invasion, deputies say
cowardy criminal black home invaderLAKEWOOD, Calif. -- An elderly woman was beaten and robbed during a Lakewood home invasion on New Year's Day, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Deputies said the home invasion happened at a house in the 4800 block of Obispo Avenue at about 2 p.m. on Friday. The 89-year-old woman was home alone when a burglar broke in and assaulted her, officials said. The sheriff's department said the suspect, believed to be 18, beat the woman then ransacked her home before running from the scene. Witnesses said they spotted a man walking down the street with a crowbar and a purse. Deputies later located the man, and neighbors said the victim positively identified him. The sheriff's department said it believes the robbery was random in nature and that the suspect also broke into the home next door and stole money and jewelry. The man was taken into custody and deputies said he faces several charges. The victim was taken to the hospital with concussion symptoms and injuries to her face. She remains hospitalized and neighbors said she is expected to recover.

    Convicted felon dodges prison — again
Walik WilliamsFrederic BlockSandra Townes The cops found the gun, the feds brought the case, and the judge tossed the evidence — twice. Convicted Brooklyn felon Walik Williams — who avoided up to a decade in prison on a gun charge last month when a federal judge tossed the evidence against him — had a prior firearms case also thrown out in 2008. The Bed-Stuy thug was infamously let off the hook last month after Brooklyn federal Judge Frederic Block ruled that the arresting officers’ story in that case was “far-fetched.” It was the second time that he had dodged a gun charge thanks to a judge who didn’t believe the cops. In 2007, just a month after doing time for attempted murder, Williams was stopped by two Brooklyn officers who said they approached him after seeing him handling a bag of marijuana on Marcy Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. After a frisk, they found a loaded .22-caliber gun in his coat. But Brooklyn federal Judge Sandra Townes ruled that the cops made up the story in order to justify their stop. She suppressed the gun evidence, and the feds dropped the case.


2 Bankers Charged With Creating A.T.M. Cards to Steal From Accounts
Jonathan Francis, Dion Allison and Gregory DesrameauxThe 15 JPMorgan Chase bank accounts had a few things in common: They had high balances, there was little activity on them and they belonged to elderly clients — indeed, at least eight were dead. And all 15 of the accounts got regular cash infusions, thanks to direct deposits from the Social Security Administration. That caught the eye of two private bankers who worked at a Bedford-Stuyvesant branch of JPMorgan Chase, Jonathan Francis and Dion Allison, according to an indictment filed this month in State Supreme Court in Brooklyn. Creating cards for automated teller machines and forged documents, the men and their accomplices withdrew about $400,000 from the accounts over two years, according to the indictment. With two friends, Gregory Desrameaux, 24, and Kery Phillips, 40, the men then withdrew most of the stolen money, about $300,000, by using A.T.M.s around New York City,


    (Black) Phila. City Councilwoman Agrees To Pay $8,000 For Campaign Finance Violations
Blondell Reynolds BrownA Philadelphia councilwoman and her campaign are being fined nearly $10,000 after violating the city ethics code. Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown's campaign has been fined $8,000, while she must pay $1,500 personally, for setting up a second bank account for campaign contributions. Shane Creamer, executive director of the Philadelphia Board of Ethics, said the campaign admitted violating campaign finance rules. "The Friends of Blondell Reynolds Brown approached enforcement staff and told them they had set up a separate savings account into which they had deposited about $25,000," Creamer said.


    Black Sports: Video reportedly surfaces of TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin's bar fight - (Black Sports)
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  • Naked escorts chase (black) gunmen through Buckhead hotel
    ATLANTA -- A bizarre turn of events ended with two naked escorts chasing gunmen through a Buckhead hotel Saturday. The men posed as potential clients and one of the men talked prices with the women for about 10 minutes inside their hotel room. He was on his way out of the room when police said another man with a gun barged in and held the women at gunpoint. This happened around 10 a.m. at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead across from Lenox Mall. According to police, the two suspects had one gun between them and passed it back and forth while the other would search through the women's belongings. In all, the two men stole more than $3,600 dollars from the women. Police said one of the women was already naked and the gunmen made the other woman disrobe. The two left the room and the women chased after them but stopped once they reached the stairs. A hotel guest called 911 when they saw the two naked victims running down the hallway. Surveillance video captures the men running into a parking garage at Lenox Mall but police said the quality wasn't good enough to identify the men. Hotel security is looking through their surveillance. The victims described the men as two black males - one wearing all black with a black scarf and the other wearing a red shirt and grey pants.




(Hispanic) Driver Faces 4th DUI After Driving SUV With Weed in It Onto Delaware Lawn: Police
Ramiro Lopez-CastilloA Delaware driver faces his 4th DUI after police say he ran his sport utility vehicle onto someone’s lawn on Christmas. Elsmere officers approached the Ford Explorer as it sat partially on a lawn along the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue on Christmas Day. They found Ramiro Lopez-Castillo behind the wheel. Lopez-Castillo told the officers he had been drinking and he handed over the keys, said police. The officers then found 22 grams of marijuana in the 38-year-old’s SUV. Lopez-Castillo, who has three previous DUIs, faces another driving under the influence charge as well as careless driving and drug possession counts. Lopez-Castillo was jailed as he awaited arraignment.


Cops hunt for short Hispanic man wanted for raping 10-year-old girl
Edwin P. CaizaguanoCops are hunting a man wanted for raping a 10-year-old girl in Brooklyn last October. Edwin P. Caizaguano, 24, allegedly attacked the little girl in a Moffat Street home in Bushwick on Oct. 19 around 6 p.m., cops said. The victim needed surgery following the brutal attack, police said. Caizaguano has brown eyes and black hair, is 5-foot-3 and weighs about 110 lbs, officials said.


    Mom outraged NYPD is being stonewalled by feds over son’s stabbing
Fareed MumuniJermaine CulverTaina Darby is outraged the NYPD is being stonewalled in its effort to quiz an alleged jihadist in the brutal stabbing of her 9-year-old son in what might have been a botched ISIS audition. “I don’t get it,” Darby said after reading The Post’s exclusive report last week on how the NYPD seeks to question “person of interest” Fareed Mumuni. Mumuni was arrested by the feds in connection with a Times Square pressure-cooker bomb plot five months after Darby’s son, Jermaine Culver, was repeatedly stabbed while walking to his Staten Island school.

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    Priest Convicted of Sex Tour Seeks to Tell His Side of Story
Joseph Maurizio JrA Roman Catholic priest convicted of traveling to Honduras to molest orphaned boys during missionary trips is seeking a public relations firm to tell his side of the story. The Rev. Joseph Maurizio Jr. was found guilty in September of engaging or attempting to engage in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places, as well as possessing child pornography and money laundering. He is being held in the Cambria County prison, where he has been held since his September 2014 arrest, and is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 2. The 70-year-old Maurizio was accused of using a self-run Johnstown-based charity called Humanitarian Interfaith Ministries to travel to an orphanage for several years ending in 2009. Prosecutors said he promised candy and cash to the boys to watch them shower, have sex or fondle them.






    Convicted (cowardly black) killer charged with beating (White) 78-year-old Syracuse woman during robbery
Willie McKee Jr78-year-old White woman victim78-year-old White woman victim's familySYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A Syracuse man who beat a woman to death with a 2-by-4 board in 1990 was charged with brutally beating a 78-year-old woman during a robbery on New Year's Day. Willie McKee Jr., 42, approached the woman just after 8:30 a.m. in the 1600 block of Lodi Street. He repeatedly punched and kicked the woman before making off with with her purse and wallet, Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler said at a news conference this morning. She suffered extensive head and facial injuries and was rushed to Upstate University Hospital, where she's currently in critical, but stable condition. The woman's son, one of nine children, spoke to reporters following the press conference. He held a photograph of his mother. Her right eye was severely bruised and swollen and her head wrapped in blood-soaked bandages. She was bleeding from her head and face when police arrived, Fowler said. Her son said his mother's face was repeatedly stomped on. Her son, who chose not to be identified, said the woman is bleeding from her brain, cannot see and is fighting for her life. "She's in very, very, very bad shape," he said. It all started when the woman, a longtime North Side resident, walked to a neighborhood store to buy a cup of coffee, her morning routine. At some point, McKee demanded money from her. She turned away from McKee, her son said, at which point McKee attacked her. "She's an innocent 78-year-old lady. She's my mom," her son said. McKee and the woman lived about a block away from each other on Pond Street, but had never met before, her son said. McKee was 16 when he and two other men beat Cheryl Coleman to death with a wooden board inside a vacant South Salina Street house. - (Black-on-white)

    Police: (White female) University of North Texas student shot in car (by blacks) after party has died
Sara Mutschlechnerblack killerblack killerblack killerblack killerblack killerDENTON -- A 20-year-old woman who was shot early in the morning on New Year's Day has died after she was taken off life support, authorities reported Friday evening. Friends say Sara Mutschlechner was driving because she wasn't drinking and was the designated driver for her friends on New Year's Eve. Her sedan was traveling in the 1700 block of North Elm at about 2 a.m. Friday when a dark-colored Toyota or Lexus SUV full of five or six men drove up next to them. The occupants in both vehicles exchanged words, police said. As the two vehicles were crossing through the University Drive intersection, someone inside the SUV fired a gun at the sedan, hitting Mutschlechner in the head. The SUV fled the scene as the sedan crashed into another car and then an electrical pole. Mutschlechner was taken to a local hospital where she was placed on life support. Another female inside the sedan suffered minor injuries but has been released. - (Black-on-white)
  • UPDATED - 20-year-old UNT student shot in head on New Year's Day
    Denton Police say a 20-year-old University of North Texas student has died after being taken off life support following a shooting overnight. Sara Mutschlechner was driving along North Elm Street around 2 a.m. Friday when a black Toyota or Lexus SUV pulled up next to her. Words were exchanged and someone in the SUV opened fire, police said. Mutschlechner was shot in the head. She lost control of her car and crashed into a nearby electrical pole. Witnesses told police there were five or six young black men in the SUV, which drove off. They recognized at least two of them from a big New Year’s Eve party on Crisoforo Drive.

    (White) Woman Shoots, Kills (black) Home Invasion Suspect in Trotwood
Azikiwe Presleyblack home invaderblack home invaderWhite victim of 3 black home invadersTROTWOOD -- A home invasion turns deadly when the homeowner takes the safety of her family into her own hands. One of three home invasion suspect was shot and killed during the incident, and has been identified by the Montgomery County Coroner's Office as Azikiwe Presley, 29, of Dayton. Trotwood Police were called to a home at the dead end of Atlas Road around 6:00 Monday morning. Police say three masked men armed with firearms forcibly entered and attempted to rob the homeowner. The homeowner called 9-1-1. "I got my gun and I started shooting and they ran," the female caller told dispatchers. "They all three had guns, I'm confused ... they must not have had bullets because after I pulled the trigger they just took off, instead of firing back. I don't know if I hit one or not, I don't see blood anywhere." The three suspects were caught on home surveillance outside the residence, before they kicked their way inside. Police say two kids were asleep inside the home in the room where the invaders kicked their way in. "Most of them woke up to the sound of them forcing entry into the home they kicked the back door," said Capt. Porter. The suspects headed straight for the female who called 9-1-1. "He hit me in the head with the gun 'cause I was in the laundry room," the caller stated. The victim told Trotwood Police the suspects then demanded she lead them to "the money," and that she complied, leading them into a back room where a safe was located and two other kids were sleeping. Trotwood Police said two of the suspects tried to steal a safe, while the third held the victim and two kids at gunpoint. They say the homeowner was able to get away and grab a gun she had hidden in the room, then started firing shots at the suspects. "I got my gun and I started shooting and they ran!" the homeowner told dispatchers. One suspect was killed by the gunfire, and was later found outside by Trotwood Police. Police say the deceased is a male in his 20s from the Dayton area, and that he was in the yard between the victim's home and another house, still armed with a TEC 9 submachine gun. Two suspects got away, and police are still looking for them. - (Black-on-white)

    Canada: Charges may be raised to first-degree murder for black accused of murder of (gay, white) researcher
Mark ErnstingCalvin Michael NimohA man accused of killing Ryerson University cancer researcher Mark Ernsting may see his charges upgraded from second- to first-degree murder. Homicide Det. Paul Worden of the Toronto Police told Metro News that Calvin Michael Nimoh, 21, will be facing the new charges on Jan. 7, the date of his next court appearance. Ernsting, 39, was walking on McGill St. on Dec. 16 when he was stabbed multiple times by a single assailant around 9:30 p.m. The assailant fled the scene, but was arrested within an hour. Ernsting was rushed to hospital, where he later died. Worden believes the assailant was trying to rob Ernsting before he died. “Through our investigation and evidence gathered, we believe the stabbing occurred first, which fits the definition of first-degree murder when you commit a robbery,” Worden said. - (Black-on-white) - (Canada)

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

    Fight breaks out at Newark anti-violence rally (PHOTOS)
Fight breaks outNEWARK — A skirmish broke out between rival activists on the steps of City Hall during what had been intended as a demonstration against violence in Newark. Police were called to the scene after a small crowd began arguing over escalating violence and the city's attempts to curb it. The noon press conference was called by a group of activists led by Salaam Ismial, co-chair of the New Jersey Study Commission on Violence, and Abdul Muhammad, a longtime Newark anti-violence activist. The two said they planned to ask Mayor Ras Baraka to "unleash his quality of life plan in addressing ongoing violence facing Newark residents." As the group spoke to reporters, however, a group of Baraka supporters including activist Donna Jackson and Tyrone "Street Counselor" Barnes began heckling and shouting from the base of the steps. It soon evolved into an intense face-off between Jackson and Muhammad, which then erupted into a skirmish between members of the two camps. At one point, Barnes put his hands around Muhammad's neck and pushed him to the ground.

    (Black) Victims of Tampa funeral home family shooting identified
Marquise J. NealZarcari NealSha-Mhya TurnerTAMPA, FL — Three people were shot at a Tampa Funeral home on Friday night. It happened around 6:30 p.m at the Harmon Funeral Home. . The people who were shot were attending a wake for 19-year-old Sha-Mhya Turner. Turner was killed in a crash on the Courtney Campbell Causeway on Dec. 14. Turner was driving and became distracted by a text and lost control of her vehicle.The car flipped and Zarcari Neal, age 2, was ejected. Investigators say Friday night’s shooting at the funeral home happened during an argument between the family members. The argument moved outside to the parking lot where somebody pulled a gun. Three adults were taken to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Tampa Police identified the victims as Marquise J. Neal, 20, Henry Taylor, 20, and Modriana D. George, 21.



    Family of unarmed man killed by police speaks out
Keith ChildressKeith ChildressThe family of an Arizona man shot by Metro Police in Las Vegas is demanding answers. Family members identified the victim of Thursday's officer-involved shooting as 23-year-old Keith Childress. Metro Police said they mistook the man's cell phone for a gun and shot him. According to police, Childress was wanted for several violent felonies out of Arizona, including attempted murder. Police were called to help U.S. Marshals who were conducting surveillance on him. According to Metro Police, he ignored several commands to drop the object in his hand and advanced towards officers.


Son 'murders' his drunk father for shooting dead his mother, girlfriend and friend in row over a washing machine on New Year's Eve


  • Isaiah 8:12 - Do not call conspiracy everything this people calls a conspiracy; do not fear what they fear, and do not dread it.


  • Knife-wielding homosexual man shot, killed by police in Hillcrest
    The suspect reportedly held a knife to his boyfriend’s neck. “Commands were given to stop and drop the weapon, but the knife-wielding suspect refused to comply. The suspect aggressively advanced towards the officer with the knife. Fearing for his safety and the safety of the public, the San Diego police officer fired his handgun at the suspect striking him in the chest.” A large kitchen knife was found next to the suspect, he said. The man was taken to a hospital where he died from his wounds. “A preliminary investigation revealed the suspect was wanted for a parole violation and he had a violent criminal history.”





    Two men charged with murder in Meriwether County shooting
Xavier Rashad SlatonKanorris Shakeno Martin2 more black 'persons of interest'John Joseph LameyThe Meriwether County Sheriff's Office and Georgia Bureau of Investigation Crime Scene Unit are investigating a Saturday morning shooting that killed one person and injured another, according to a release. Officials identified the deceased as John Joseph Lamey the release states. The surviving victim is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries, according to the release. Around 10 a.m. Saturday, Meriwether County Sheriff’s patrol deputies responded to the 100 block of Allie Road in Greenville, Ga. in reference to a shooting victim.
Deputies gathered a vehicle denoscription and suspect information from the scene and other available resources that led them to identify 19-year-old Xavier Rashad Slaton of Gay, Ga. as their first suspect, Smith said. Officials obtained warrants for his arrest. "We began to actively pursue Slaton in our attempt to get him in custody," the sheriff said. Over the course of the investigation, officials identified 21-year-old Kanorris Shakeno Martin of Fayetteville, Ga. as the second suspect in the case. Officials then obtained warrants for his arrest. "Our investigation revealed that this matter was not random." - (Black-on-white)

    Homicide ruling in (berserk black's beating death of harmless White man), arrest made
Justin LittleJohnRandy Lee DialFORT WAYNE, Ind. An arrest has been made in the beating death of a 46-year-old Fort Wayne man at a west-side hotel this week. Fort Wayne Police and medics were called before 5 p.m. Monday to the Economy Inn at 3340 W. Coliseum Blvd., and arrived to find a man there beaten. The victim – Randy Lee Dial – was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. On Tuesday, Dial died. Early Thursday then, the Allen County Coroner’s Office ruled his death the county’s 30th homicide of 2015, detailing he died of blunt force injuries to the head. Just after the coroner’s office released their ruling, the Fort Wayne Police Department announced it had arrested a suspect in the case. Justin LittleJohn was arrested and faces a preliminary charge of aggravated battery. He’s being held in Allen County Lockup with no bond. No other details about the incident were released. - (Black-on-white)
  • Court documents reveal gruesome details in Economy Inn beating death
    According to court documents, Dial was in the room he rented at the Economy Inn when he was attacked Sunday. Multiple witnesses say they saw an angry 28-year-old Justin LittleJohn come into Dial's room and beat him in the head and face with a microwave until the appliance's door came off. Court documents also say LittleJohn then took the glass plate out of the microwave and smashed Dial in the face with it.
  • In Memory Of RANDY LEE DIAL

    Three Arrested in Murder of (White) Young Gilmer County Father
Andrew AbernathyJustin HeardGILMER COUNTY, Ga. - Investigators said they have made three arrests in the shooting death of a young Gilmer County father. Joseph Ledford, of Jasper, Tyler Nunez, of Acworth, and Justin Heard, of Marietta, were arrested New Year’s Eve. They have all been charged with murder and armed robbery. Deputies said Andrew Abernathy, 21, was shot and killed inside his home on Brook Hollow Circle around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Sheriff Stacey Nicholson initially said that it appeared Abernathy knew his shooter, but did not elaborate following the arrest of the three men. Abernathy's fiancée, as well as two small children, were at the home at the time of the shooting. Neighbors said Abernathy's fiancée has been writing about the incident on social media. She posted that she and her small boys saw Abernathy killed. All three men remain in jail. Sheriff Nicholson said more charges may be filed as the investigation continues. - (Black-on-white)
  • Police swarm murder suspect in Marietta
    COBB COUNTY, Ga. Dozens of officers were just two blocks away from Justin Heard, 24, when he was spotted hiding. The 5 feet 1 inch tall suspect calls himself "Little Tank." He emerged in handcuffs from the truck wearing only a pair of shorts designed for a much larger man. Police told Cavitt that Heard is a career criminal, who has only been out of prison for two months. He's suspected of shooting Andrew Abernathy in Gilmer County on Dec. 28.
  • Police swarm murder suspect in Marietta murder investigation

    AZ homicide suspect captured in Pennsylvania
Anthony MarksRichard ‘Danny’ WrenPHOENIX - U.S. marshals in Pennsylvania have captured a man wanted for homicide here in Arizona. Anthony Marks, 30, was arrested on Tuesday, Police believe that on September 9, 2015, Marks and Richard Wren, 31, had engaged in a physical altercation at the Vaseo apartments, near Greenway Parkway and 7th Street in Phoenix. After the altercation, Marks is alleged to have shot Wren multiple times with a handgun, killing him. Wren was shot in front of his girlfriend, Kalina Lowe. Lowe was pregnant with their daughter at the time. Dani Rose was born Nov. 30. "I just feel he robbed her of her father, and she's never going to meet him," she said. "I hurt for her. I'm scared to tell her one day about everything. He was just so excited to meet her." - (Black-on-white)

    Minivan passenger pleads to manslaughter of driver someone else shot in Muskegon Heights
Ishmail Autman Peggy Sue EverettMUSKEGON, MI – Ishmail James Autman, the only person charged with homicide in the shooting death of a woman driving a minivan in Muskegon Heights last summer, has pleaded no contest to manslaughter and other charges. Autman, 24, was never accused of shooting Peggy Sue Everett. Everett was the 36-year-old Oakridge schoolbus driver who died after she was shot in the head just after 6 p.m. June 30 at the wheel of her minivan on Eighth Street near Columbia Avenue. Instead, Autman – a passenger in Everett's van – was charged with open murder and other counts on Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson's theory that Autman was the "catalyst" of her death by launching the gunfight that killed her. Autman fired a handgun approximately three times straight up into the air from the front passenger window after the minivan rolled by a group of teens walking on the street. Two of the teens then fired at the minivan. One of the return bullets went through the minivan's back window and struck Everett in the back of the head, mortally wounding her. - (Black-on-white)
  • Droopy-eyed black charged with murder that left his white partner-in-crime dead - July 6, 2015
    Investigators say Autman and Everett were in Muskegon Heights on June 30 to “commit a crime” when Everett was shot in the head as they drove along 8th Street near Broadway Avenue. Everett, a 36-year-old mother of four from Muskegon, was rushed to the hospital and died the next day. Authorities don’t think Autman shot Everett, but because his actions contributed to her death, he is being charged with murder. Investigators did not specify what crime they believe the two were planning to commit.

Dangers of interracial dating

    Violent Rape/robbery suspect arrested
Antawon Stubblefield Highland Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residence regarding a violent sexual assault that had just occurred. Investigation revealed that an unknown suspect forced entry into the 67-year-old victim’s residence and attacked her as she watched television. The suspect then held the victim against her will inside of her home; during which time he sexually assaulted her several times over a four-hour period. DNA evidence was collected at the scene. DNA collected at the scene belonged to a 27-year-old Ontario man identified as Antawon Riley Stubblefield. Stubblefield is currently on felony probation for assault with a deadly weapon as a result of a prior sexual assault investigation. He was also ordered to register as a sex offender as a result of that conviction.

    Punching Off-Duty LA Cop (with African name) Costs (rapper) Game $100,000
GameGame has been ordered to pay $100,000 to the police officer he punched nine months ago.  The Los Angeles cop, Onyebuhi Awaji, won a lawsuit against the 36-year-old rapper after he failed to respond to the filing.  The six-figure default judgement breaks down to $60,000 in damages, and $40,000 to deter Game from punching anybody else, TMZ reports. Awaji and Game got into a scuffle during a charity basketball game. Game has since pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from the altercation. He is due back in court next month.

    The Daily Caller Presents: The Biggest, Dumbest Race Hoaxes And Fake Hate Crimes On Campus In 2015
The year 2015 saw an absolutely bumper crop of fake hate crimes, fictional racist events, bogus claims of anti-gay animus and comically sad misunderstandings about innocent symbols. It’s hard to know where to start. America’s precious-snowflake college students and various hangers-on came up with so many incidents ranging from definitively fake to almost certainly fake. The best thing to do is just kick back, relax and enjoy 2015’s greatest hits of hoaxes in all their dumb glory.


  • Two Illegal Aliens Sentenced to 10 days in jail
    Chief U.S. District Court Judge Nancy Freudenthal sentenced two Mexican nationals on Tuesday for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien into the United States, according to a prepared statement from the Wyoming U.S. Attorney’s Office. Alejo Mijares-Chaves, 44, and Arturor Bustos-Alcantar, 42, both of whom had several aliases, were arrested in Wheatland. Freudenthal sentenced each of them to time served plus 10 days in jail, and they are subject to deportation upon release from custody.



    (Black Muslim terrorist) NY man planned ISIS-inspired restaurant attack on New Year’s Eve: officials - December 31, 2015
Emanuel LutchmanNEW YORK – A New York man is accused of plotting to kill New Year’s Eve revelers inside a Rochester bar, according to officials. Emanuel Lutchman, 25, of Rochester, was arrested and charged with attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Lutchman told FBI agents he was working on orders from overseas, and had “planned to commit an armed attack against civilians at a restaurant/bar” in Rochester as part of his plan to join the terror group, according to a release from the Department of Justice.

  • ... neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination... - Deuteronomy 22:5




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    Berserk naked black with African name attacks (White female) neighbor, dangles his baby over balcony (like Michael Jackson)
White female victim of berserk black attackberserk black African bit the 911 telephone cordberserk black AfricanTUKWILA, Wash. -- Police say a naked man attacked his neighbor, got away, then dangled his 5-week-old baby from his balcony before he was arrested. This all unfolded Sunday morning at the Pacific Court Apartment complex in Tukwila. Both police and the victim described the man as "out of control." "He started choking me," said a woman named Kelly. We won't show Kelly's face or reveal her full name, but her story of survival empowers her, and that part she is willing to share. "I think he would have raped me and then would have killed me," she said. "He smashed this big long mirror," she said. "He had that piece and threatened to cut me with that." It was her neighbor, a man she's known for four years and has always known as Monty. Police identified him as 28-year-old Ifeanyi Chiegbu. Kelly barley managed to reach for the the phone to call 911, but said Chiegbu bit the phone's cord in half before she could make the call. "He goes, 'I'm going to (expletive) you and hurt you now.'" Police heard her screams and found Chiegbu naked, and on top of her. As they pulled him off, court filings say the man's wife showed up and started fighting with officers, allowing the suspect time to jump off Kelly's second floor balcony. - (Black-on-white)

  Bill Cosby - black rapist

    Fayetteville police searching for 27-year-old wanted on statutory rape charge
Terrell GrantFayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville police were searching Thursday for a 27-year-old man wanted on statutory rape and indecent liberties charges. Terrell Grant, of the 100 block of Meadowsweet Drive, is wanted in connection with an Oct. 1 incident involving a 14-year-old victim. Anyone with information about Grant's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 910-483-8477.

    18-year-old arrested for raping girl he met on messaging application
Eddyson PetithommeBelle Glade — An 18-year-old male who had a relationship with an underage girl after he raped her has been arrested and charged on three counts of lewd and lascivious battery, according to a Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office report. Eddyson Petithomme, 18, of Belle Glade, met a 13-year-old Belle Glade girl on a phone messaging application. According to the report, the girl said Petithomme raped her in an abandoned building after he followed her home from school. But after continuing to talk, she developed feelings for him. Petithomme told the girl he was 16, but was actually 17 and recently turned 18. She told him she was 13.

    Fort Wayne man accused of rape
Nathaniel Patten JrNathaniel Patten Jr., 64, of the 900 block of Ridgewood Drive, was charged with rape and felony rape. Patten allegedly sexually assaulted a woman during the night of May 5 into the morning of May 6. Patten allegedly gave the victim a pint of whiskey and she fell asleep in her bedroom. The next morning she awoke in another bed, where Patten was attempting intercourse with her. Her small son was knocking on the door and asking why it was locked. Patten then left in his company's truck. The victim went to the Sexual Assault Treatment Center, where evidence was collected. The DNA analysis of the rape kit came back Oct. 2, matching the victim and Patten.

    Police arrest man who forced victim to call her boyfriend during sex assault
Robert GilesJONESBORO, Ga. -- A quick-thinking 911 operator in Clayton County who was on the phone with a victim as she was being attacked helped put that suspect behind bars, police say. At around 4 a.m. on Monday, police say the suspect, Robert Giles, allegedly kidnapped a woman from Hapeville and brought her to a closed Jonesboro adult store. While in the parking lot, Giles began to sexually assault the woman and, during the attack, ordered the victim to call her boyfriend so he could hear the assault. Instead, the victim called 911. The operator who answered played along and posed as the victim's boyfriend, even convincing Giles to stop assaulting the woman. The operator was eventually able to get enough information to dispatch police to the location, where officers quickly arrested Giles.

    $500,000 bond for Struthers child rape suspect
Devante CorinaldiSTRUTHERS, Ohio - A Youngstown man remains in the Mahoning County jail, accused of sexually assaulting girl he was babysitting. Struthers Police say they charged 21-year-old Devante Corinaldi with rape. Investigators say Corinaldi assaulted the six-year-old at her home while the child's stepfather had left home for an hour. Bond for the suspect is set at $500 thousand. He's scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing on Wedenesday in Struthers Municipal Court.

    Teen’s cellphone photo leads to arrest of alleged subway stalker
Raheen ReidA cellphone photo that a brave 15-year-old girl snapped of a man who allegedly stalked and grabbed her on a Brooklyn subway platform led to the suspect’s arrest Tuesday. Raheen Reid, 29, grabbed the teen’s arm as she waited for a train at the Atlantic Avenue station at about 8:15 a.m. Dec. 9, cops said. Reid, of Crown Heights, allegedly tried again six days later when he saw her. That time, the savvy teen used her cellphone to take his picture, and gave it to police, authorities said. A tipster led to cops charging Reid with attempted kidnapping and stalking.

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    ‘Team USA’-tattooed subway masturbator turns himself in
black masterbaterThe subway perv with a “Team USA” tattoo on his forehead who was allegedly seen masturbating turned himself in to police Tuesday night, authorities said. Michael Pope, 19, of Manhattan, who pleasured himself for more than a half-hour on Sunday while gawking at women on a No. 2 train in Brooklyn, surrendered at Transit District 2 in Manhattan, police said.

    (Promiscuois Negro) Father of 13 kids with 11 women owes $50,000 in child support
Norman BennettWhen Norman Bennett got out of prison, he was supposed to become a productive member of society. This wasn’t what anyone had in mind. Bennett became a reproductive citizen: At age 31, he has at least 13 kids by 11 women. That’s a tentative tally, because various court records seem to indicate that the Omaha man may have 15 kids by 13 women. Or more. That court officials weren’t sure how many children he has speaks to the jaw-dropping nature of his case. So does this: Bennett owes at least $50,000 in child support.

    Radnor Police Offer $7,500 Reward For (Armed and Dangerous) Wanted Robbery Suspect
Kenneth JonesRADNOR, Pa. — Radnor Police are offering a $7,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspected robber. Detectives say 31-year-old Kenneth Jones is wanted in connection with a December 17 armed robbery on Pine Tree Road. Jones is also wanted for other similar offenses in Montgomery County. He is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information should call Radnor police at 610-688-5603.

    Man Torches Girlfriend's Delaware Home: Police
Keith ScottThirty-five-year-old Keith Scott was arrested and charged with arson, strangulation and other offenses. The American Red Cross provided shelter to the woman and her children.

    Marshals Nab Suspect 6 Months After Delaware House Party Shooting
Denzel Braker Delaware State Police say a Dover man wanted in a Magnolia house party shooting more than six months ago has been arrested. Police announced in a news release Tuesday morning that the U.S. Marshals Service's fugitive task force took 20-year-old Denzel Braker into custody on Monday and turned him over to detectives at Troop 3.

    Powerball winner's boyfriend back in jail, given $12M bond
Lamarr McDowBRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC - Lamarr McDow, the boyfriend of Brunswick County’s $188 million Powerball winner Marie Holmes, was arrested again Tuesday and is being held under a $12 million bond. According to jail records, 31-year-old McDow was booked in the Brunswick County Detention Center around 4:30 p.m. According to Brunswick County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Emily Flax, McDow was in violation of a pre-trial release agreement for previous heroin-related charges.

    (Black 'transgender') Woman charged with slashing subway rider
Merci ChrissetteMerci ChrissetteA woman who allegedly slashed a straphanger on a Brooklyn train was charged Wednesday in the attack. Merci Chrissette, 28, is accused of lunging at Victor Ramirez on an A train on Dec. 18 because he mistakenly touched her while grabbing the subway pole, prosecutors said in Brooklyn Criminal Court. Dressed in dark sunglasses and a tan coat, Chrissette, who is transgender, is heard and seen on another passenger’s video telling Ramirez: “Do you know what’s going to happen when I get off this train? I’m going to cut you and I’m going to get away with it.”
  • Woman Who Slashed A Train Riders Turns Herself In
    Chrisette pulls a knife and tells a man, "Do you want a clue of what's going to happen when I get off this train? I'm going to cut you and I'm going to get away with it." She then slashes him and his female companion on their faces before another rider restrains her
  • ... neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination... - Deuteronomy 22:5

    Black Sports: Former NBA Player Tate George Faces Sentence for Real Estate Ponzi Scheme
Tate GeorgeAnother day passed Tuesday without a sentence in the fraud case of a former NBA player convicted of running a real estate Ponzi scheme. Former University of Connecticut and New Jersey Nets guard Tate George appeared in federal court in Trenton on Tuesday for the continuation of a hearing that spanned two days earlier this month. The parties are scheduled to return to court Wednesday morning. - (Black Sports)



  • (Hispanic) Worker in wild party photos sues MTA for ‘depression’
    Alvaro MedinaAlvaro Medina is seen wearing a marijuana face mask — a gas mask with a bong attached — on the public portion of this Facebook page. He is also seen drinking and otherwise living the happy life of any other 26-year-old partier, the MTA alleges. The photos contradict the Queens man’s claims that he was left suffering “depression” when he was pinned to a wall by a drilling machine that slipped in 2012, the agency said.


(Hispanic Republican presidential candidate) Marco Rubio pulled strings for coke-dealing relative
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio used his position in the Florida legislature to help get his coke-dealer brother-in-law a real estate license, a report said Wednesday. While Rubio was majority whip of the Florida House of Representatives, he sent a letter to the Florida Division of Real Estate in 2002, recommending Orlando Cicilia “for licensure without reservation,” according to an investigation. Rubio failed to mention that Cicilia, a former coke dealer, was married to his sister or was living in the same West Miami home as Rubio’s parents.


  • 20 Popular White Celebrities Who Have Black Spouses
    1. Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez
    2. Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower
    3. Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves (never heard of them)
    4. George Lucas and Mellody Hobson
    5. Robin Thicke and Paula Patton
    6. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
    7. Chris Evans and Naomie Harris (never heard of them)
    8. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon
    9. Wolfgang Puck and Gelila Assefa
    10. Iman and David Bowie ... (more if you like

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(Asian) Cop told bosses he had Reserve duty, took girlfriend to Hawaii instead
Donald ChenA rookie Connecticut cop claimed he needed time off from work for US Army Reserve training – when he was really off in Hawaii on vacation with his girlfriend, authorities said. When Stamford police officer Donald Chen was caught in the lie, he resigned — and now faces criminal charges of felony larceny and fraud,

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    Police charge (black) New York man in Manchester homicides (of a White couple)
David W. Marble JrBonnie RoyerEric WilliamsAUGUSTA — A New York man has been arrested on two counts of murder in connection with the shooting deaths of an Augusta couple on Christmas Day, Maine State Police announced Tuesday. David W. Marble Jr., 29, of Rochester, New York, was arrested after Augusta police stopped a car in which he was a passenger near Memorial Circle in Augusta, according to police. He has been charged with two counts of murder related to the shooting deaths of Eric Williams, 35, and Bonnie Royer, 26, who were found dead by police responding to a 911 call one of them made at 3:30 a.m. Dec. 25. The couple was in a sport utility vehicle on Sanford Road in Manchester, not far from where they lived on Easy Street in north Augusta. Detectives said the shootings were drug-related. - (Black-on-white)
  • Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks.

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

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      (Black Muslim) Man who worshipped at mosque set fire to it, cops say
Gary Nathaniel MooreHOUSTON – A man who has been charged with arson in a Christmas Day fire at a Houston mosque told an investigator he worshipped there. 37-year-old Gary Nathaniel Moore of Houston was arrested. Officials don't know a motive but added there's no evidence that it was a hate crime. The blaze at the Islamic Society of Greater Houston had "multiple points of origin." The fire caused major damage to the building, but no injuries. Moore was being held in jail on no bond.

    Grisly evidence leads to (black) bail bondsman's arrest in killing of 2 teens - Blood, brain matter and bone fragments
Kevin WatkinsBlood, brain matter and bone fragments were found at the man's home and business. Blood pooled on the stoop of Kevin Watkins' Eastside home. It was splashed on the grass and leaves, trailing into the backyard, court documents say. There was blood on the seats of the 49-year-old man's SUV. A plastic rake caked with blood was left behind trash cans. A bloody wad of duct tape was crumpled inside the trash cans, the documents say, along with bleach, and a rope. In the front yard, investigators found brain matter spattered near the sidewalk, a probable cause affidavit says. And then, police found the fingertip. Watkins, an Indianapolis bounty hunter who owns Watkins Bail Bonds in the 6000 block of Massachusetts Avenue, is held on two counts of murder in connection with the disappearances of Dionne Williams, 16, and Timmee Jackson, 15, on Christmas Eve.

    Man Charged With Pulling Gun On 2 Teens & Taking Hoverboard
Raequan WannamakerALIQUIPPA – A Beaver County man was arrested in connection with the armed robbery of two teens over the weekend. The incident happened just before midnight on Saturday, the day after Christmas. Two teens, ages 14 and 17, were riding a hoverboard when they were approached by 19-year-old Raequan Wannamaker. Police say Wannamaker was dressed all in black and had a ski mask covering his face. The victims told police that the suspect pulled out a gun and pointed it at the 14-year-old’s head, then stomach, and then demanded the hoverboard. Police say Wannamaker grabbed the hoverboard and ran off.

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    (Black female) charged with assault on a (White female) police officer after south Toledo incident
Nicole CrissmanTherza P. CoxTOLEDO, OH - A Toledo Police officer is recovering after being assaulted during an arrest. The incident happened on Saturday in south Toledo near the 4400 block of Hill Ave. According to court documents, Therza Cox was being arrested for disorderly conduct when she punched Officer Nicole Crissman in the face. Cox allegedly then grabbed Officer Crissman by the hair and slammed her head into a glass door. Cox is charged with assault on a police officer. - (Black-on-white) - (Blue lives matter)

    (White female) Employee robbed, shot (by blacks) outside Macon restaurant
Darlene Logan ConyerMACON, Ga. — A woman has been robbed and shot outside of the Old Times Buffet in Macon. A news release by the Bibb County Sheriff's Office says two men approached 64-year-old Darlene Conyer, a restaurant employee, as she walked to her car Sunday night. The men assaulted Conyer and stole her work apron with money and personal items in it. The men then shot Conyer once in the abdomen and fled on foot. Sheriff's Deputy Clay Williams says Conyer was taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition. The suspects are described as African-American, around 6 feet tall with a medium build and masks covering their faces. The sheriff's office asks anyone with information to call them at 478-751-7500. - (Black-on-white)

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