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    Child abuse under investigation for the death of a (White) toddler, interracial couple arrested in the case including a foster parent
PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) - The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office says two people have been arrested in connection with a child abuse death investigation of a 15-month-old toddler named Aiden. The child was in foster care at a Pueblo West home.

The sheriff’s office says Ramando Jones and Dacey Spinuzzi were arrested and both were booked into the Pueblo County Jail. According to deputies, the two were in a relationship. According to prosecutors who spoke at a court appearance for Spinuzzi on Wednesday, the child had damage to his spine and brain bleeding. Prosecutors added the child had bruising throughout his body and they believe the suspects were trying to keep the injuries hidden before a child services visit. Spinuzzi’s bond was set at $500,000 and if she makes bond she can’t have contact with anyone younger than 18 once released.

The sheriff’s office says Jones was arrested Monday night on a warrant for first-degree murder of a child in a position of trust, but was already in custody at the Pueblo County Jail at the time on an unrelated charge. In a statement released by the sheriff’s office, they add Spinuzzi was taken into custody Wednesday morning on a warrant for child abuse resulting in death.

These two arrests stem from what happened back on Sept. 16, when deputies responded to a home in the 400 block of S. Coral Drive on a report of an unresponsive child. The child was taken to a hospital but died two days later.

At the time of Aiden’s death, he was a foster child in the custody of Spinuzzi. Deputies add there were three other foster children who were living there, along with one (illegitimate mixed-race) biological child she had with Jones. The child had been with Spinuzzi since July 23.

The sheriff’s department adds an autopsy showed Aiden died from injuries from the child abuse.
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Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS

    (Black female) arrested in Mebane mobile home park homicide of a (White) man
black suspect One person has been arrested in connection with a homicide at the Shady Grove Mobile Home Park on Sept. 8.
Ryan Tate Hogan, 22, died of a single gunshot wound, deputies said.
A witness previously told the Sheriff's Office they saw an older model burgundy Honda Accord park near Hogan's home. The witness saw two people get out of the car and walk toward the house, before hearing two loud bangs that sounded like gunshots, according to a press release.   After an investigation, the Sheriff's Office arrested Dazmin Monique Crisp, 18, of Burlington on Sept. 30, the release said.   She's being charged with felony first degree murder and felony breaking and entering. She's being held without bond at the Alamance County Detention Center.  The investigation into Hogan's death is ongoing.
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    Authorities identify (White) female 7-Eleven clerk shot, killed in early morning robbery in Waldorf
black suspectblack suspectWALDORF, Md. - A female convenience store clerk was shot and killed in an apparent overnight robbery in Charles County, authorities say. The shooting was reported shortly before 1 a.m. at a 7-Eleven store on Middletown Road in Waldorf. Charles County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Diane Richardson said a lone male suspect wearing a 'virus' mask entered the store, produced a gun and demanded money.
The clerk, identified as 49-year-old Linda Marie Maher of White Plains, appeared to be complying with the demands and handed over money to the gunman when he shot her, Richardson said. Maher died at the scene. Richardson said there were customers in the store at the time of the shooting and that authorities are reviewing security cam footage at this time.

This is Chris Maher. He’s the brother-in-law of Lynn Maher who was fatally shot inside a Waldorf 7-Eleven. He tell us Lynn was a sweet soul who was passionate about Taekwondo.

The suspect is described as a black male,
5’7” – 5’10” with a slender build. He was wearing a white facemask, a dark-hooded sweatshirt, jeans and dark tennis shoes. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Det. J. Feldman at 301-609-6474.
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    (Black Mexican-surnamed DEMON) Washington state man charged in execution death of (white female) sexual partner
black suspect SEATTLE (AP) — King County prosecutors have charged a man in the death of a woman found with gunshot wounds to the back and chest last week in a South Lake Union apartment.

Joseph Demon Gongora, 33, was charged Monday with second-degree murder domestic violence, The Seattle Times reported. His bail, originally set at $1 million, was increased to $2 million. Police said a man later identified as Gongora walked into the King County Jail on Wednesday around 4:40 p.m., and told an officer on duty that he wanted to turn himself in. Gongora was handcuffed and jail staff called the Seattle Police Department, authorities said. Officers were then sent to the man’s apartment where they determined the woman had died, the charges said. The department received a search warrant and investigators searched the apartment where they found a handgun, ammunition and two spent shell casings, authorities said. Gongora was then arrested and booked into jail.

Police identified the woman as Crystal Rohre, 28. Her relationship with Gongora was not detailed in the charges but police believe they were intimate. “Currently, investigators are not aware of any evidence suggesting there was a physical struggle or verbal argument prior to the killing,” Senior Deputy Prosecutor Jason Simmons said in the charging documents. “Rather, the currently known evidence suggests Gongora retrieved a firearm then executed Crystal Rohre. - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    "COLORED" Ex-convict wanted for shooting 4 people across two counties in jail, his white ex-sex-girlfriend has died
black suspect CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. (CBS46)--A man accused of shooting four people in two counties is now in jail and one of his victims has died, according to police.

Karl Jordan, 26, is booked in the Henry County jail. He's accused of shooting a woman in the head at a Waffle House in Henry County, GA Thursday morning and is also the suspect in a triple shooting in Clayton County Wednesday night.

One of the three people who were shot at a home in Hampton, a woman police said had a prior relationship with Jordan, has died, police announced Thursday afternoon. None of the victims have been identified.

Police and the U.S. Marshals Service Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force worked on leads throughout the night and tracked down Jordan to a home in Stockbridge. He was arrested late Thursday morning without incident.

The U.S. Marshals told CBS46 Jordan was in the car he's accused of stealing from the Waffle House after shooting an employee. He also had a gun with him.

The Waffle House shooting happened around 6 a.m. Thursday off Highway 155 near Eagles Landing Parkway in Henry County. Police said Jordan demanded money, shot an employee and stole her car.

The night before, Clayton County Police said the triple shooting occurred in the 1500 block of Glyn Court in Hampton around 8:50 p.m. There were three victims, a (White) 4-year-old child, the child's (white) mother and (White) grandmother. Police said the mother died from her injuries but the child and a grandmother are expected to survive. U
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Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    Police release photos of BLACK man suspected in 'senseless' killing of (White) Milwaukee immigration attorney
black suspect MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Family members are in disbelief over the death of an immigration attorney who they say always stuck up for the underdog.
The 54-year-old Milwaukee man, identified by family and friends as Jason Cleereman, was shot and killed Tuesday evening, Sept. 22.

Milwaukee police said a bicyclist was involved in an altercation with Cleereman on Tuesday night near Holton and Brady. Officers said the suspect fired shots killing him. Cleereman's wife, Evanjelina, witnessed the shooting.

"(It was) some altercation. I don't know how that deserves a bullet in the head," she said "I can't even like express the rage and all the other feelings that come with it."

Milwaukee police said the suspect is described as a Black man, 30-35 years of age, standing 6'-6'2" and 190-200 pounds with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a black, hooded vest, white T-shirt with a design on front and jeans. He was riding a dark-colored bicycle and was armed with a gun. - (Black-on-White)

  • Milwaukee WM, 54 shot dead in head after altercation with negro
    His law firm worked to support families through the immigration process, and he was never afraid to speak up on their behalf. "He lived in the core of our Latino community."
    Rivera said he also was a leader in the social justice movement and helped the immigrant community at his law firm.

    Cleereman was dedicated to helping the environment, even becoming a beekeeper to help combat a shortage of bees.

    African-american killer of White youth ministers appears to be wearing Muslim terrorist religious garb
  The U.S. government is set to execute a now 40 year old BLACK KILLER for a crime he committed in Texas when he was 19-years-old.  Christopher Vialva, is the first black killer scheduled to die this year as part of the Trump administration’s resumption of federal executions.
Vialva, who was sent to death row for slaying a young white Iowa couple and burning them in the trunk of their car. Prosecutors portrayed the then-teenager as the leader of a Black street-gang faction and alleged he killed the deeply religious husband and wife, Todd and Stacie Bagley, to boost his status within the gang, attorney Susan Otto said. - (Black-on-White)

Christopher Vialva to be Executed September 24 for Murders Committed at 19
Bernard and Brown bought lighter fluid, and, according to court records, the teens drove the Bagleys’ vehicle and Bernard’s car separately to an isolated spot on a small hill on the Fort Hood Military Reservation, which was federal land. Bernard and Brown doused the inside of the car with lighter fluid while the Bagleys could be heard singing and praying in the trunk, according to the case files.

Even though Vialva said he needed to kill the Bagleys because they’d seen his face, according to the case reports he put on a mask before opening the trunk and shooting Todd Bagley in the head, killing him. He then shot Stacie Bagley in the face.

Autopsy findings showed that Stacie Bagley did not die from the gunshot wound but rather from smoke inhalation after they lit the car on fire, according to case files. Brown told investigators the last words Stacie Bagley said were “Jesus loves you” and “Jesus, take care of us.'” She was 28 years old.

    Maplewood police search for 2 (black demon-spawn) suspects involved in shoplifting incident, assault on (White) female employee
black suspect black suspectThe Maplewood, MN Police Department is searching for two suspects accused of assaulting a Burlington Coat Factory employee during a shoplifting incident.

The victim's mother spoke Tuesday, saying her daughter was hospitalized for three days with a punctured lung following the attack.

"I don't know why people would want to hurt somebody who is so innocent and beautiful," said Heidi, the victim's mother, who did not want their last name used. Heidi said the incident happened on Sept. 3 at the store off of Beam Avenue. She said a man and woman were captured on surveillance video entering the front of the store.

"They stole a bunch of clothes. They had suitcases packed with stuff," Heidi said. "And then they ran out the back door to steal what they could."

Heidi said her 21-year-old daughter, who is a manager at the store, heard the alarms going off and walked outside to see what was happening.

"The lady grabbed her by the back of the hair, threw her down to the ground and started kicking her," Heidi said. "The girl kept kicking her. The guy came around the corner and then he pitched in and started kicking her as well. She thought she was going to die and she wishes she never went out that door."

She said the vicious beating continued until another employee heard her calls for help over the store's walkie-talkie system and came to her daughter's rescue, chasing off the suspects.

"They just do what they do because they think it's funny. They left her on the ground and they laughed and ran away," Heidi said.
More photos and the case number can be found at the link here.
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  • Maplewood, MN Burlington Coat Factory WF employee beaten, lung punctured after thieving negro attack
    "I don't know why people would want to hurt somebody who is so innocent and beautiful," said Heidi, the victim's mother, who did not want their last name used. They just do what they do because they think it's funny. They left her on the ground and they laughed and ran away," Heidi said. Heidi said her daughter is still recovering from the physical and emotional trauma of the random attack. "Her spark is not there. They took that away from her and it's not right," Heidi said. "I wish I could reverse time. I just want her back."
    "I want them caught. I can't rest until they're caught," Heidi said. "They're very dangerous. They need to be caught and stopped. They need to be put away. I don't want just a slap on the wrist. They have to be put away.”

    Four-year-old (White) boy is shot dead and four adults are wounded when BLACK gunman barges into Ohio home and opens fire
black suspect Police in Ohio are searching for a man who walked into a family's home and opened fire early this morning, killing a four-year-old boy and wounding four adults.

The mass shooting took place at around 2am on Monday inside a two-story home in the 100 block of Perry Street in Struthers on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border.    

Struthers Police Chief Tim Roddy said during a press briefing this afternoon that the gunman made his way inside the home and began yelling at the people inside. Before the residents had a chance to respond, the intruder opened fire inside the living room.
Roddy identified the deceased child this afternoon as four-year-old Rowan Sweeney. He died in the arms of his mother, 22-year-old Alexis Scheider, who was also shot.   Yarnell Green Jr, 30, and 20-year-old Andre Stephon McCoy Jr were in critical condition at St. Elizabeth Health Center, one of them suffering from two gunshot wounds to the head and the other from two gunshot wounds to the back.  Both Schneider and Cassandra Marsicola, 20, were hospitalized in stable condition after being shot in the legs.   
The suspect ran away from the home on foot. Police said the surviving victims told them they did not know the gunman.
Marsicola called 911 to report the incident, saying that everyone in the house had been shot.
Schneider could be heard yelling on the call, 'My son is dead.' 
Neighbors reported hearing five to eight gunshots but did not see the suspect. 
The two injured women were described as friends. They are cooperating with the investigation.

Meanwhile, Rowan's father, David Sweeney, delivered an emotional statement, calling his son's killer a 'coward' and a 'scumbag,' and urging him to 'be a man' and turn himself in.  'Rowan was the sweetest boy,' Sweeney said in a voice trembling with emotion. 'Rowan was the best. He is so young. He didn't deserve any of this... buddy, I'm so sorry, for you, buddy. I love you.'  Then addressing the killer directly, Sweeney said through sobs: 'you're sick, dude. you're sick. You took my son from me...you can live with that for the rest of your life.' 

Police described the suspect as a thin, light-skinned black man who was last seen wearing a black jacket.

Chief Roddy stressed that it was not a random act of violence but rather a targeted attack.
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WHY don't Whites PROTEST, RIOT, LOOT and BURN DOWNTOWN DOWN when one of theirs is killed by an OTHER?
There seems to be a DIFFERENCE between the White and black races - more than just skin color, hair texture and music.

    (black) Man charged with murder after deadly Horry County shooting
black suspect HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - A man has now been charged with murder in connection to a deadly shooting Horry County last week.

Online records show Shamontae Raqwan Graham was booked into the J Reuben Long Detention Center Saturday afternoon. He faces one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder, along with a weapons charge. No bond has been set. The Horry County Police Department said Graham turned himself in to law enforcement in a different jurisdiction Saturday afternoon. Graham was wanted in connection to a Sept. 12 shooting on D Street and Rose Moss Road that left one person dead. Officials later identified the victim as 19-year-old Jamie Johnson, of Conway.
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    Police identify (black) suspect in murder of (White) Glen Burnie man at family gathering, search for the 21-year-old
black suspect black suspectblack suspectAnne Arundel County police are searching for a 21-year-old man charged in the shooting death of a Glen Burnie man last week. Police obtained a warrant charging Khiry Dewann Queen, 21, with second-degree murder, assault and other charges in the Sept. 12 death of Fillmore James Burriss.

Witnesses told police Burris, 27, was shot at an outdoor family gathering on Kent Road that ended in an argument. As it ended, three men approached them and another fight ensued. Police said Burriss was shot in the upper torso.  Witnesses told police the argument was about being videoed.

Police said they identified Queen as the man who fired the shot and obtained a warrant for his arrest.  Police asked anyone who knows Queen’s whereabouts to call 911. He is considered armed and dangerous.
He leaves behind a fiancee and a young daughter.
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UPDATE: apparent 'random' shooting by black man actually a BLACK SUPREMACIST BLM DOMESTIC TERRORIST ACT
  • Black Lives Matter Activist Wearing ‘Justice for Beonna Taylor’ Shirt Walked into a Louisville Bar and Murdered Three People
    black suspectblack male walked into a Louisville bar owned by a retired police officer and shot three random people at point blank range on Friday night — while wearing a Justice for Breonna Taylor shirt.

    The suspect was smiling from ear to ear as he was arrested for the shooting at Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill.

    Michael E. Rhynes Jr., 33, was arrested just after midnight Saturday after police found him crawling in brush near the restaurant, according to a report from WDRB.

    The shooter was wearing a “Justice for Breonna Taylor” t-shirt. Naturally, the national media has completely ignored this story — which certainly would not have been the case if a mass shooter had been wearing a “Trump” shirt. Taylor became a Black Lives Matter martyr after being killed by Louisville Police during a “‘knock and announce” raid, during which her drug dealer boyfriend shot at police.
    - (Black-on-White)

  • Bungalow Joe’s owner in disbelief after 3 men killed in 'totally random' shooting at restaurant
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Joe Bishop was still in disbelief the day after three customers were killed in a shooting at his restaurant, Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill.
    "I didn't think I'd be scrubbing blood off my patio on a Saturday morning," Bishop told WDRB News. "I thought I was getting ready for everybody to watch the ballgame."
    "Nobody had ever seen this guy before," Bishop said, referring to the shooter. "It was a totally random act."
    A GoFundMe has been created to help cover the victims' funeral expenses.
    For the families of Scott, Steven and Toreon.
    (Black) Arrested in Bungalow Joe's restaurant shooting that left 3 dead
black suspect Police arrested 33-year-old Michael Rhynes on murder charges after three people were shot and killed Friday evening outside Bungalow Joe's in Fern Creek.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — According to LMPD, three men are dead following a shooting in the 7800 block of Beulah Church Rd. Friday evening. The shooting happened outside of the Bungalow Joe's restaurant in Fern Creek.

Police arrested 33-year-old Michael Rhynes on murder charges.

The Jefferson County Coroner's Office has identified all three of the victims as 24-year-old Steven Head, 26-year-old Toreon Hudson and 48-year-old William Smallwood. All three of the men were Louisville residents. Around 11:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of three people being shot, all suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Police say two of the men were pronounced dead on the scene while the third succumbed to his injuries at University of Louisville Hospital.  The two victims who died at the scene are believed to be in their 40's or 50's while the age of the man who died at the hospital is unknown at this time.  The LMPD Homicide Unit is still investigating the triple homicide. - (Black-on-White)

2 (BLACK) men charged in the shooting death of (white) woman at Daytona Beach apartment complex, 2 others still at large
Two men have been charged and two remain at-large in the shooting death of a woman in Daytona Beach on Friday evening, police said.

Rachael Gasparini, 18, was transported to the hospital but died of her wounds, a police report stated. She sustained at least one gunshot wound to the chest, the police report said. Gasparini, police said, lived in Daytona Beach but was from Valdosta, Georgia.

Jaquez Head, 21, and Kimba Kimble, 22, are in custody, police said. They remain at Volusia County Branch Jail without bail. Kimble is from Daytona Beach. He is charged with third-degree murder. Head is charged with murder while engaged in a felony and as the principal to robbery with a firearm.
Late Saturday night, Daytona Beach police released the names of the two suspects still at-large.

Police are looking for Jordan Graham, 18, and Armonta Waters, 20. Graham is wanted for murder and robbery with a firearm. Waters is wanted for murder while engaged in a felony and as the principal to robbery with a firearm. Police warn to use caution if you encounter either man. Graham is 5-foot-9 and 170 pounds. Waters is 5-foot-4 and 250 pounds.

In an email, Sgt. Kelsey Harris said the incident was isolated and was an attempted drug deal that turned into a robbery, then a homicide. Harris wrote that three of the four suspects are from Valdosta, adding that there is some type of acquaintance, that exact nature of which remained unclear. - (Black-on-White)

Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    (White) Bloomfield couple shot, wife killed, during apparent robbery in Indianapolis by ruthless black savages
black suspectblack suspect INDIANAPOLIS — A couple that owns a commercial roofing company in Bloomfield, Indiana, was shot during an apparent robbery early Thursday on the west side of Indianapolis while working on a trailer.

The wife, 40-year-old Wilma Hochstetler, died at the scene. Her husband, Jonathan, survived a bullet through his neck. Their six-year-old son witnessed the incident.  Jonathan’s father, Sam Hochstetler, read a letter Friday afternoon he wrote to the people of Indianapolis.   

"I feel no hatred, bitterness, anger, nor revenge towards the two Black men that murdered my daughter-in-law,” Sam said. “I extend forgiveness for the two murderers. Revenge only begets more violence. My heart's desire for them is that they would repent, to fall on their faces before the Lord Jesus, and cry out for mercy for their own souls’ sake." 

Family and friends say Jonathan stopped at a roofing project on High School Road near 38th Street Wednesday. A tire had blown out on his trailer. Early in the evening, Jonathan sent workers with the truck back to Bloomfield. Wilma then drove the truck to Indianapolis with a spare tire. After replacing the trailer tire, they noticed a problem with the lights on the trailer. It was now well after midnight.

While working on the lights, two men approached, pulled out guns and robbed the couple. They took money and Wilma’s mobile phone, then shot the couple as they left. Wilma died instantly. Jonathan took a bullet through his neck but remained conscious. He went to the truck to retrieve his phone and called 911. The couple’s six-year-old son was sitting in the truck during the incident. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police responded around 1:30 a.m. to the 3000 block of High School Road.

Jonathan’s father Sam said his son underwent surgery Thursday night to fuse three broken vertebrae together in his neck. But he is grateful not to be paralyzed and is expected to recover fully. He also has broken bones in his jaw and face.

"The hardest thing for him is going to be to pick up and go on without Wilma,” said Andrew Yutzy, a friend of Jonathan. “Literally, he didn't he didn't breathe without Wilma being a part of it. That's how close they were. Pray for Jonathan, that he can pick up the pieces. And his children, they're just devastated."
The couple owns J & W (Jonathan & Wilma) Commercial Roofing in Bloomfield. They were actively involved in mission work.
They have four children - three daughters and a son - ages 16, 13, 10 and 6.

"We have the hope and the assurance of eternal life,” said Sam. “We have the confidence that Wilma went to be with her maker. The children know that. They know that if they continue in the Christian faith, someday they'll go they'll go be with mother. That's the best way that we cope with that."
A Go Fund Me account has been set up to help pay for Jonathan’s medical expenses.
There is also a Facebook page with updates on Jonathan’s condition.
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Guilty of riding a bicycle to Walmart while White - in an integrated neighborhood

    Loved one speaks out after 5 blacks arrested for the shooting death of an unarmed (White) bicyclist last year
black suspects JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Helen Ayers fought to hold back tears when reacting to the shooting death of her half-brother and the arrests of five people in the case.

“He was my brother. He had children. And he was somebody’s son, and he was just riding his bike,” Ayers said of her half-brother, Damon Rothermel.

Rothermel, 50, was shot and killed in January 2019 while riding his bicycle on Emerson Street near St. Augustine Road. According to police, Rothermel appeared to have been hit by a stray slug from a shootout between people in two cars.

Several people came to his aid. One even tried to perform CPR, but it was not enough to save him.
Ayers said her half-brother died while completing an errand for his mother.
“He was on his way back from Walmart,” she said.
Ayers said she was on her way home that day when she drove up to the crime scene. “I had pulled up right at the intersection and saw it all taped off. I had no idea it was Damon. I didn’t know until later what had happened," she recounted.

Ayers said it feels like the wheels of justice are beginning to turn now that five arrests were made in connection with the shooting death of her half-brother. Hakeem Robinson, Dominique Barner, Derek Hudson and Christopher Brown were all eventually charged with murder. Janera Smith was charged as an accessory. - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Father, son arrested in investigation of Arlington crime spree
black suspectsJACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on Friday announced that a father and son have been arrested on charges related to a deadly shooting that occurred in Arlington back in January. According to the Sheriff’s Office, an officer on Jan. 15 witnessed a shooting outside at a shopping center on Merrill Road. The man, who police said was in his mid 20s, died at the scene. The officer pursued a vehicle that left the area, which had been reported stolen last year, until it crashed on Townsend Boulevard several blocks away. At least two men inside were said to have fled the vehicle. On Friday, the Sheriff’s Office said Hakeem Robinson, 21, has been charged with second-degree murder.
His father, Abdul Robinson, 49, has been charged with accessory after the fact.

    (black) Man charged with murdering woman outside Brick Church Pike motel room
black suspect NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Metro police have arrested the gunman suspected of murdering a woman and wounding another person in a shooting outside of a motel room on Brick Church Pike earlier this week.

Michael Brigman, 34, was charged Thursday night with criminal homicide and attempted criminal homicide for Tuesday night’s fatal shooting at the Super 8 off Interstate 65 near West Trinity Lane.

When police arrived at the shooting scene around 11 p.m., they said they found Amanda Baucum, 26, and a 35-year-old man, both suffering from gunshot wounds. Detectives said a gunman fired shots at the two during an apparent argument outside of a room on the second floor of the motel.

Metro police said Baucum was taken to TriStar Skyline Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. The male victim was transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he was considered stable.   Hours after the two were shot, detectives released a surveillance photo of the suspected gunman, now identified by police as Brigman. When he was interviewed by detectives, Brigman claimed the shooting stemmed from a dispute over money, according to police. - (Black-on-White)

    Clinton Township Police Department announces arrest of black man wanted for murders of disabled White mother, 11 yr-old daughter
black suspectblack suspect Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan ---  Henry Johnson was taken into custody by Clinton Township Police Detectives, along with the US Marshals Service, at his Detroit residence on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, without incident. 
Johnson was "lodged" at the Clinton Township Police Department until his arraignment on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.  Mr. Johnson was arraigned on a two-count felony warrant for Homicide – Open Murder, in connection to the 2013 murders of Ms. Tina Geiger and her daughter Krissy Geiger. 
Mr. Johnson received a $500,000 cash bond and then was transported to the Macomb County Jail.   -Lt. Dina Caringi, Criminal Investigations Division.  Case #13-29970.
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  • Brutal slicing slayings of Clinton Township, MI white disabled mother, daughter by negro - ARRESTED
  • Arrests Made In 2013 Stabbing Deaths Of Special Needs Mother And Her Daughter
    Two Michigan brothers have been arrested in the 2013 cold case murder of a special needs mother and daughter, who were found stabbed to death in their Clinton Township apartment.

    Henry Johnson was taken into custody at his Detroit home Tuesday without incident for the murder of Tina Geiger and her 11-year-old daughter Krissy Geiger, according to a statement from the Clinton Township Police. He has been arraigned on two felony counts of homicide-open murder. His brother, Tony Johnson, 40, who is facing the same charges, was taken into custody last month after investigators got a hit in the Automated Fingerprint Identification System that allegedly matched a bloody handprint found on the wall of the apartment, The Detroit Free Press reports.

    Lt. D. Caringi of the Clinton Township Police told Oxygen.com that the bodies of Tina and Krissy Geiger, who had both had special needs, were discovered in their apartment on July 30, 2013. A social worker who regularly checked on the women had become concerned when Tina Geiger wasn’t answering the door of her apartment and asked a maintenance worker to check on the family, Caringi said.
    The mother and daughter were both found with “multiple stab wounds” in the apartment. Caringi said there was “no indication” of a robbery at the scene. Neighbors told authorities that they hadn’t seen Tina or Krissy for about four or five days before the bodies were discovered, WXYZ reports. Investigators processed the scene and spoke to witnesses who knew Tina and her daughter at the time, but eventually the case went cold.

    Soulless BLACK beast  charged with murder after body believed to be missing (WHITE)  North Carolina man found
black suspect CHATHAM, Va. – Authorities charged a man with murder in connection with a homicide investigation after they found a body in Pittsylvania County on Thursday.

The Raleigh Police Department believes the body is William Anderson “Andy” Banks, who has been missing out of North Carolina since Saturday.

34-year-old Justin Merritt is now facing a murder charge. Authorities arrested him Monday in Danville and originally charged him with robbery with a dangerous weapon, larceny of a motor vehicle and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  Banks was meeting someone at a shopping center in Raleigh to sell his Range Rover, which was later found abandoned in Danville. Police had help from the Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office and said the body will be sent to the coroner in Roanoke for an autopsy and positive identification. On Wednesday, Raleigh police announced that they were investigating Banks' disappearance as a homicide.
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    Allegheny County homicide detectives charge BLACK man for murder of WHITE woman in McKeesport
black suspect Allegheny County homicide detectives charged a man Thursday in connection with the death of a woman in McKeesport in April.

Gerald L. Walker, 37, of McKeesport is charged with criminal homicide and carrying a firearm without a license, according to court documents.

On April 26, police received a call around 5:30 a.m. about reports of an unresponsive female found at the intersection of Rogena Street and Riverview Avenue, according to the criminal complaint. When officers arrived at the scene, they found Amber Dolby, 38, of Duquesne with a gunshot wound to the head. Authorities pronounced her dead at the scene.
[the gruesome details are just too long to reprint or even condense here - see link for details]
- (Black-on-White)

Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    (black) Appomattox man charged with second degree murder of (white) Lynchburg woman (who wore a lip ring)
black suspect LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET)-- The Lynchburg Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred on Thursday, Sept. 17. LPD says at 11:26 p.m. on Thursday, officers responded to a call for a gunshot in the 2100 block of Pocahontas Street. Officers found a female deceased in the residence with a single gunshot wound.
The deceased was identified as 25-year-old Cansas Carolyn Crotts of Lynchburg.
They say the suspect was identified and arrested on the scene.

36-year-old Kevin O'Neal Allen of Appomattox is charged with second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

A GoFundMe account has been set up following the death of Cansas Crotts. The account is an education fund for the four children Casas left behind.  This is an ongoing investigation.
- (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    (BLACK) Man (with knife) Arrested After Allegedly Attacking (White elderly) Attendees Of Aliso Viejo Trump Rally
black suspectblack suspectALISO VIEJO, CA (CBSLA) — A 33-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly attacking a number of people at a Wednesday night rally held in support of President Donald Trump in Aliso Viejo.

“He took his hand way back like he was going to punch me, and [he] hit me right across the face,” 84-year-old Donna Snow said. “Broke my earrings off.”

According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, a retired police officer then got involved and pulled his gun as the man attempted to run from the scene.

Another person at the rally was knocked to the ground by the man while trying to help others, and a third victim was taken to a local hospital with a neck injury.

According to the sheriff’s office, Alvin Gary Shaw was taken into custody on suspicion of elder abuse, assault with a deadly weapon and assault and battery after allegedly attacking three people in attendance.

Officials said Shaw was armed with a knife, which deputies said they found in a nearby bush, and was fighting with Trump supporters.

“This could have been a very serious incident,” Sgt. Dennis Breckner said. “In this case, this was just two groups that disagree, and while we support people and their using their First Amendment rights to put out their message, we prefer that that remain peaceful.”
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    (black) Man charged in fatal South Bend stabbing - (of white girlfriend)
black suspect SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - Richard Lee Alexander has been arrested and charged in connection with the South Bend stabbing death of 37-year-old Catherine Minix.

Minix' body was found Sunday in the 900 block of Fairview. Alexander was arrested on an outstanding warrant and is being held at the St. Joseph County Jail. He is charged with murder, a felony; and invasion of privacy, a class A misdemeanor. Alexander’s initial hearing and arraignment are scheduled for Sept. 18 at 1 p.m.

Police say the Minix and Alexander had a history of domestic violence issues, and charging documents indicate that a No Contact Order was in place preventing the two interacting. Those documents also allege that after stabbing Minix, Alexander went to his ex-wife’s home and told her he was going to prison. When asked why he said that, Alexander told her “Because I killed the b****".

Bobbi Fein, a friend of Minix, says that (sic) two had been dating at one point but were no longer together and Catherine was ready to move on when Richard Alexander allegedly stabbed and killed her.

.....16 News Now Reporter Mark Peterson covered the story of ‘The River Park Rapist" back in the 90’s when Richard Alexander was the suspect. He was convicted of twice in a series of sexual assaults in the River Park Neighborhood that took place in the summer of ’96. At trial, Alexander was identified by one victim who never saw his face, but by the sound of his voice.
In 2001, DNA testing proved conclusively that someone else was responsible for the crimes and Alexander was released from prison. Court records show that Alexander was charged three separate times this year with violating a protective order in February, April, and May. - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    One killed, another injured in Nashville motel shooting; suspect sought
black suspect NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Police say they are looking for a suspect in connection with a deadly shooting at a Nashville motel. The call came in around 11 p.m. Tuesday at a Super 8 motel on Brick Church Pike, located not far from Trinity Lane.

Metro police say a man and woman were found shot just outside of room 219 on the back side of the motel. Both were taken to area hospitals, where the woman, identified as 26-year-old Amanda Baucum, was pronounced deceased. Police say the man is in stable condition.

Witnesses say they heard gunshots and heard a vehicle speed away. Police have released a surveillance photo of the suspect. Anyone with information should call 615-742-7463.
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    Case of (White) Raleigh man's disappearance now being investigated as a homicide - (black suspect)
black suspect RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- The disappearance of a Raleigh man missing from the Cameron Village area is now being investigated as a homicide, the police department announced on Wednesday. No charges have been filed in the case, but officers said they suspect foul play is involved in Andy Banks' disappearance.

Banks has not been seen or heard from since Saturday when he told friends he was going to the Cameron Village area to meet a man who (said he) was interested in buying his SUV. "Regardless of what state Andy is in, everybody just wants there to be an end to this part of it, to know where he is," friend Cliff Cash said Wednesday. "That really happened pretty fast, so I think that's pretty solid police work and I know the family feels that way." Banks' family did not comment on the latest developments.

Banks' 2011 Range Rover, which he was trying to sell, was found Monday afternoon in Danville, Virginia.
On Tuesday, Justin Fernando Merritt, 34, was arrested and accused of stealing Banks' vehicle.  Arrest warrants out of Wake County released on Monday said Merritt used a gun to threaten Banks and steal his SUV.
Banks has still not been located. It states that Banks' phone was found on the side of a road in North Carolina after he was reported to have met with Merritt. The warrant shows police searched Merritt's home and found a handgun, three phones, boxes of ammunition and two spent shell casings. - (Black-on-White)

    Fort Worth Police Officer Home From Rehab Facility After Being Struck, Dragged By Driver Of Stolen Car In June
black suspect FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A Fort Worth Police officer seriously wounded in June after being struck by a driver in a stolen car, is home after leaving a rehab facility on Friday, September 11.

Back on Saturday, June 13, Officer Matt Brazeal, a three-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department, was preparing to deploy stop sticks on the outside shoulder of 3000 West Loop 820 in an attempt to stop the suspect. Upon approaching Officer Brazeal, the suspect quickly swerved from the roadway toward him.

Police said Officer Brazeal attempted to jump out of the way, “but it was too late and he was struck with such force that the equipment from his gun belt was ripped from his body and scattered throughout the ditch along with freeway as he was caught beneath the vehicle.”

The suspect continued dragging Officer Brazeal beneath the vehicle until he was dislodged as the suspect continued speeding along the service road.

Officers then rushed to Brazeal’s aid. It was apparent that his injuries were life-threatening and CareFlight flew Officer Brazeal to JPS Hospital where he underwent extensive surgery and was placed in the Intensive Care Unit. - (Black-on-White)


  Boys sue ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris in Tarrant County district court, claiming he HOMO sexually exploited them
Two 14-year-old boys and their mother filed suit against Harris and several cheerleading groups.

black suspect A lawsuit filed Monday in Tarrant County District Court alleges that Jerry Harris, the 21-year-old star from Netflix’s docuseries Cheer, sexually manipulated and harassed two underage boys he knew through competitive cheerleading.
Along with their mother, the twin boys, 14, filed suit against Harris, as well as Varsity Spirit, a group that organizes cheer competitions across the country; the U.S. All Star Federation, which oversees competitive cheer and dance nationwide; and Cheer Athletics, a chain of gyms that includes locations in Dallas, Plano, Frisco and Austin. The lawsuit accuses Harris of sexual misconduct and the groups of negligence.

In one alleged incident, detailed in the suit, Harris led one of the brothers to a bathroom in the Fort Worth Convention Center and “proceeded to sexually harass and molest,” him, demanding oral sex, during the American Cheerleaders Association’s national competition in February 2019. Harris also sent sexually explicit messages, photos and videos of himself to the boys — and pressured them to reciprocate — the lawsuit claims. - (Black-on-White)

    Cuyahoga County prosecutors seek to charge teens as adults in fatal shooting of Cleveland police officer, informant
black suspect CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County prosecutors are seeking to charge two teens as adults in the fatal shooting of Cleveland police Det. James Skernivitz and a police informant.
The two teens, ages 15 and 17, are charged in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court with aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and lesser offenses. A third suspect, 18-year-old David McDaniel Jr., is also charged with aggravated murder in Cleveland Municipal Court. A Cuyahoga County grand jury has not yet reviewed his case. Assistant Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Brett Kyker filed the requests to have the teens’ cases moved to adult court. A hearing in front of Juvenile Court Judge Alison Floyd has not yet been scheduled.
McDaniel and the two teens are accused of fatally shooting Skernivitz and police informant Scott Dingess - (Black-on-White)

    18-year-old BLACK arrested in 2016 death of 82-year-old Oklahoma City WHITE woman, police say
black suspect OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City police announced Thursday they made an arrest in the 2016 death of an 82-year-old woman. According to police, on March 7, 2016, officers responded to a check-the-welfare call at a home near South Bryant Avenue and Southeast 59th Street. They found the body of 82-year-old Ikuko George, (no image found) who had injuries consistent with homicide, police said. The case remained unsolved until recently when new information came to light that implicated Antoine Thomas, 18, in the killing of George, according to police.

Thomas was already in jail in connection with the murder of another elderly woman that occurred earlier this year, according to police. On May 22, 2020, the Oklahoma City Fire Department discovered the body of 78-year-old Sara Cleveland while fighting a house fire at near Southeast 44th Street and Sunnylane Road. Cleveland had injuries consistent with homicide, and police said she was killed before the house was set on fire. Police said Thomas was 13 years old at the time of the George’s death, and he is now facing first-degree murder charges in both cases. - (Black-on-White)

    Search ends for armed and dangerous (black) suspect after deadly I-24 shooting, carjackings
black suspectblack suspect The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says the suspect, 29-year-old Dangelo Dorsey of St. Louis, MO, is no longer a threat to public safety after a brief chase along I-24 east.
Dorsey crashed a vehicle he was driving at mile marker 156.
A female hostage in the backseat of the vehicle is safe.
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  • Morrison, TN WM, 23 shot dead carjacking /F, 28 shot dead by suicidal negro on I-24
  • Search ends for armed and dangerous suspect after suspect kills himself, hostage
  • 3 dead, including suspect, following multiple shootings and carjacking on I-24, TBI says
    Rausch said Dorsey eventually carjacked a Ford Mustang and ordered the married couple inside the vehicle to drive him to their home in Morrison, where he took two guns and a blue Toyota Rav 4.
  • TBI identifies two victims killed Sunday in I-24 shootings, kidnappings
    Dangelo Dorsey, of St. Louis, Missouri, opened fire inside a vehicle traveling westbound near Beechgrove in Coffee County -- killing 28-year-old Darcey Johnson and injuring another.  He then approached a nearby truck, and at some point, shot that driver in the face, investigators said. At that point, Dorsey approached another driver and, when she tried to drive away, shot through the car’s window, hitting her in the hand. Investigators said Dorsey drove off in another vehicle and rear-ended a couple's car, at which point they stopped, thinking it was just a fender bender. The TBI says Dorsey then took the couple -- 23-year-old Phillip Jordan Stevens and his wife -- hostage at gunpoint and ordered them to drive him to their home in Morrison, located in Warren County, where he forced them into another vehicle. According to officials, Dorsey later separated the two and shot and killed Stevens in front of his wife. He then reportedly forced her back into the car before crashing during a high-speed pursuit around 3:45 p.m.
    Since the shooting, a GoFundMe account has been set up for the Stevens family.  Dorsey took his own life after the crash. The female hostage was found safe. Stevens' body was later recovered
  • Campaign Church of God
    If anyone would be interested in helping the Stevens family during this difficult time, there are two ways you can help. You can either give to the gofundme account and share the link or call First National Bank of McMinnville at 931-473- 4402 and donate there. Thank you and God bless!

    WHITE Woman killed during robbery attempt at Palm Beach Gardens gas station by worthless criminal BLACK
black suspect A woman was shot and killed Friday night during a robbery attempt at a Palm Beach Gardens gas station. Police responded to a report of a robbery with gunshots fired at the Chevron gas station at 12220 Alternate A1A at approximately 10:58 p.m.

Upon arrival, officers located Jacqueline Rae Barthelemy, 36, who was transported to St. Mary's Medical Center. She was later pronounced deceased. Jacqueline leaves behind a husband and two children. Her husband, Michael Cimbrec, said, "They shattered us by taking that for a little bit of money. Just senselessly for whatever reason - couldn't have let her go."

The suspect, 18-year-old Ezequiel Nunez, was identified as the shooter who was attempting to commit a robbery. Nunez was arrested and transported to the Palm Beach County Jail and is facing multiple charges including murder and robbery with a firearm. - (Black-on-White)

    BLACK Suspect denied bond in deadly Myrtle Beach Cook Out shooting of unarmed WHITE man
black suspect MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WPDE) — The suspect charged in connection with a shooting at Cook Out in Myrtle Beach is denied bond on all charges in his bond hearing on Friday.

Niko Juwan Williams, 23, is charged with murder, attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime in connection to a deadly shooting in Myrtle Beach. Williams' initial appearance court date is set for Nov. 13 and his docket court date is Dec. 4; both at the Horry County Judicial Center. Officers were called to the Cookout in the 1800 block off North Kings Highway just before 1 a.m. Friday after reports of shots fired, according to Cpl. Thomas Vest. Myrtle Beach police said that Williams was in a verbal altercation that became physical in the parking lot. Two victims tried to intervene in the altercation and were shot. The coroner identified one victim as Albert "AJ" Soles, Jr., 24, from Tabor City. Officers said that he died from his injuries.  The other victim was injured but survived. 
Police said the victims were completely unarmed and they believe they posed no threat to the defendant.
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    Charges upgraded against 2 BLACK suspects after WHITE man dies after bar fight
black suspects WENTZVILLE, Mo. — A man has died, and two people have been charged after a fight at a bar in Wentzville. Charges against the two suspects were upgraded Monday, St. Charles County officials said.

Devin Dodson, 24, was charged with second-degree murder and
30-year-old Deangelo Williams was charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. According to the Wentzville Police Department, a 27-year-old man was found in the middle of the street in front of a bar in the 100 block of South Linn Avenue at around 1:30 a.m. on Saturday.
The man, later identified as Chaise Dunlap, was severely beaten and was suffering from a significant head wound. Police said Dunlap was involved in an altercation with the suspects before being attacked. During the attack, Williams hit Dunlap in the head with a metal object, police said. After arriving to the scene and searching the area, officers found the suspects and took them into custody. Police said Dunlap was in “very critical condition” and was placed on life support. Sunday night, 5 On Your Side confirmed Dunlap died from his injuries. Dunlap was a veteran and a father to a 4-year-old girl. - (Black-on-White)

    Police: Black demon arrested for rape-murder of 14-year-old (White) girl - cold case from 1984
black suspect ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Rochester Police have made an arrest in a 35-year-old cold case murder investigation in Rochester.

Police arrested Timothy Williams, 56, on Sept. 9 in the case of 14-year-old Wendy Jerome. The Rochester native, who was living in Melbourne, Florida at the time of his arrest, has been charged with her rape and murder. He was arraigned Friday morning and will be extradited to New York.

According to police, on Nov. 22, 1984, Jerome had been raped about a quarter-mile from her own house. Her body was found in an alcove at School 33 on Webster Avenue.

In November 2019, News10NBC’s Nikki Rudd reported in Inside the Evidence that investigators have kept the suspect's DNA found from Jerome's underwear. Back then officers said they knew the suspect was an African American male.

At the time, investigators were hoping a familial DNA search would provide a lead. This way, the DNA could be submitted to the state crime lab to see if any offenders in the state data bank could be related to the suspect. When the DNA was filed in April 2019, the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services said they process cases on a first-come, first-served basis and Jerome's case would be at the bottom of the list.
After multiple calls and emails from RPD and News10NBC, state police finally gave investigators an answer on where the case stands this past February. They told us then it would be tested within six months. With today's technology, police were able to match the DNA to a family member, leading them to Williams who would have been 20-years-old at the time of the crime.

"I never thought I would see this day and now it's here," Jerome's mother, Marlene said Friday during a news conference. "I just wish my husband had been alive to see this. He passed away in 2011, and I know he's up there with her."
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    Deputies arrest (BLACK) man accused of killing 22-year-old (WHITE) woman whose body was found on U.S. 24
black suspect CASCADE, Colo. --- Deputies arrested a man they said killed a 22-year-old woman whose body was found alongs U.S. 24 in Cascade earlier this summer, authorities announced Friday.

James Maurice Walker, 47, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of first-degree murder in the killing of Dedrea Duncan, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said in a statement issued Friday.

Duncan's body was found early July 31 after a caller reported seeing her body along the roadway, according to the release.

Judy Bartlett, Duncan's mother, called her daughter "the light of my heart," in an interview with Gazette news partner KKTV.  Duncan was a former student at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, a spokesman for the school confirmed. She enrolled in classes during the fall semesters of 2017 and 2018, but had not graduated. - (Black-on-White)

    Waterloo Police arrest three (blacks) in connection to August 15th shooting
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectWATERLOO, Iowa (KWWL) — About a week ago, KWWL was informed of a shooting that took place at 11:42 p.m. August 15th on 556 Adrian Street. The victim was Vincent J. Hemenway (age 49) who suffered a gunshot wound. Hemenway later died and autopsy was completed on August 18th. The cause of death was ruled a homicide.

During the investigation, Waterloo Police have made charges: Ralpheal R. Williams (age 29) was arrested in the area of Lamont and Prince Street on unrelated warrants. Williams has been held in jail since. On August 19th, he was charged with 1st Degree Robbery in connection with the incident.
Ana H. Berinobis-McLemore (age 24
) was arrested and charged with Robbery 1st Degree on August 18th.
During the investigation, Waterloo Police charged Robert Lee Williams Jr. (age 31) in connection with the shooting of Tony Campbell on July 31st, 2020 at 2:20 p.m. in the 900 block of W. 6th St.

Robert was charged with Possession of Firearm as a Felon, Willful Injury and Attempted Murder. Robert was also charged (Possession of Firearm as a Felon and Intimidation with a weapon) in his involvement in shooting that occurred in the 100 block of Argyle on August 2nd, 2020.
All three are in custody at the Black Hawk County Jail.  - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Man charged with shooting, killing (White) man in South City apartment
black suspectSOUTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- A man has been charged for shooting a man in a South City apartment. Earnest Moore, 41, is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action.

Just after 8 a.m. on Sunday, officers arrived to the 3500 block of Bingham Ave in the Dutchtown neighborhood after a man was shot and killed inside an apartment.  The man has been identified by police as 40-year-old Michael Chapman. Officers then thought the suspect was inside the apartment.

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    (black)  Woman charged, accused in fatal shooting of (White) man in Rowan County
black suspectLANDIS, N.C. (WBTV) - The Landis Police Department has arrested a woman who is accused in the fatal shooting of a man in Landis in August 2019.

Law enforcement officials have arrested 60-year-old Elizabeth Raye Freeman in the murder of 51-year-old Timothy Austin Hall that happened on Aug. 16, 2019.

On August 16, 2019, officers responded to a reported shooting at a home on Town Street in Landis. Upon arrival, officers found Hall dead from an apparent gunshot wound.  Freeman was charged with one count of murder for her involvement in the shooting death of Hall. Freeman is currently being held in the Rowan County Detention. Her bond will be set by the court and is to be determined. - (Black-on-White)

    (Black) 17-year-old girl tried to rob pizza deliveryman, charged with 3 counts of murder
black suspectLAFAYETTE, Ind. (WISH) — A Lafayette girl was formally charged Tuesday as an adult with three counts of murder and five other criminal charges after the shooting deaths of two men last week, according to court documents.

Jaelynn Billups, 17, was charged in Tippecanoe Superior Court 2 with killing Joshua L. Ungersma, 37. She also was charged with killing Ungersma while committing or attempting to commit robbery. In the other murder count, she was charged with causing Ungersma to kill Alberto Vanmeter, 19. She’s also charged with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, armed robbery, theft, pointing a firearm, and carrying a handgun without a license.

Two Lafayette Police Department officers responded just before 11:15 p.m. Aug. 31 to a “shots fired” run in a residential area in the 1900 block of North 16th Street. That’s southwest of the intersection of U.S. 52/Sagamore Parkway and Schuyler Avenue.

The officers found Ungersma and Vanmeter dead in the road. Billups was at the scene.
Ungersma, a delivery driver for Domino’s Pizza, was found with “a .38 S&W revolver in his pocket with the rounds fired,” police said. He had a permit to carry a handgun. Vanmeter was found nearby with a Domino’s pizza box, two drinks and cash laying on the ground beside him. Police later confirmed Vanmeter was Billups’s girlfriend.

One witness told police he heard Billups say Ungersma had shot Vanmeter, and the witness was one of two who saw Billups shoot Ungersma. Billups used the same phone number to order the pizza and drinks and to call 911 after the shootings. The address for the delivery was an unoccupied home. A coroner determined Ungersma died of multiple gunshot wounds while Vanmeter died of a single gunshot wound.
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    (black) 15-year-old  suspected of murdering (White) teen appears in court
black suspectblack suspectVICKSBURG, Miss. — The Warren County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal shooting. Several people called 911 late Sunday night and reported hearing gunfire in the 100 block of Abraham Drive in Vicksburg, authorities said.

When deputies arrived, they found 18-year-old Ethan Powell lying in the street suffering from several gunshot wounds, investigators said. Powell was taken to Merit Health River Region, where he later died.

Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace says 15 year old, Kemond Jones, was charged as an adult for the murder of Powell. A judge set bond Tuesday at $1 million. - (Black-on-White)

    Black dreadlocked demon, charged with murdering (White female) Lauren Koffi-n’guessan In Front Of 3 Kids In West St. Paul
black suspectMINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Steven Daniel Buford, 21, is charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of 22-year-old Lauren Summer Koffi-n’guessan last Friday in West St. Paul.

The Dakota County Attorney’s office says Buford shot Koffi-n’guessan in the head during an argument outside of the Eagle Point Apartments on the 2000 block of Oakdale Avenue.

The criminal complaint says police were called to the building right before the shooting after someone heard a disturbance, then saw a man later identified as Buford jump from a second-floor balcony.

As officers and the initial witness were walking around outside of an adjoining apartment building, they heard a gunshot. They then saw Koffi-n’guessan on the ground, and Buford running through the parking lot. A woman just pulled into the parking lot with her two young sons when she said she saw the two arguing. Her sons then witnessed Buford shoot Koffi-n’guessan before he ran towards their car with Koffi-n’guessan’s 15-month-old son in tow.

The woman says Buford then threw the infant at her through the window before jumping into her backseat, sitting on her 7-year-old son, then ordering her to drive at gunpoint — right before officers reached the car and arrested him. Buford, who has a lengthy criminal history, is charged with second-degree murder, first-degree attempted aggravated robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm. He faces up to 65 years in prison.
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Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    (Black) man, two teen delinquents, charged in fatal shooting of (White) Cleveland police officer, (White) informant
black suspectblack suspectblack suspectCLEVELAND, Ohio— Two boys and an 18-year-old man are charged in the fatal shooting of Cleveland police Det. James Skernivitz and a police informant.

Prosecutors filed charges against all three Tuesday, one in Cleveland Municipal Court and two in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court. All three are between the ages of 15 and 18.

David McDaniel Jr., 18, is charged in Cleveland Municipal Court with two counts of aggravated murder. He will make his first court appearance Wednesday.

Two boys, ages 15 and 17, face charges of aggravated murder, aggravated robbery and felonious assault in Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court. The 17-year-old boy pleaded not guilty at his arraignment on Tuesday and a magistrate judge ordered him held in the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center while his case is pending. The 15-year-old boy was arrested Tuesday at a gas station on Broadview Avenue and West 28th Street. He is expected to be arraigned on Wednesday. McDaniel and the 17-year-old boy were arrested late Sunday. Investigators arrested three people on Friday in connection with the shooting. None of the initial three arrests have been formally charged.

The charges filed on Tuesday give the first indication of what police believe is a possible motive, that the shooting is the result of a robbery. A detective wrote in court records that the trio shot and killed Skernivitz and Scott Dingess, 50, during an attempted robbery.  Skernivitz was working undercover and investigating drug dealing in the area. He sat with Dingess in his unmarked car behind a mostly abandoned strip mall, according to law enforcement sources.

Three people walked up to his car opened fire, killing him and Dingess, identified by the sources as a police informant.
A bullet hit Skervenitz in the chest, and several shots hit Dingess, killing both, according to the sources.
Skernivitz, a 22-year police veteran, is survived by a wife and three children.
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    UK: BLACK (African migrant? Muslim?) charged with stabbing death of unarmed White British man - stabbed 6 other civilians
black suspectA man has been charged with the murder of Jacob Billington, who was one of eight people stabbed in Birmingham city centre in the early hours of Sunday. Zephaniah McLeod, 27, of Nately Grove, Selly Oak, Birmingham, is also accused of the attempted murder of the seven other victims of the knife attacks. Earlier today, West Midlands Police confirmed McLeod remained in custody as detectives were given more time to question him.

Birmingham stabbings: Zephaniah McLeod charged with murder of Jacob Billington
Three people arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender were released earlier on Tuesday pending investigation.
A man has been charged with the murder of Jacob Billington - one of eight people stabbed in Birmingham in the early hours of Sunday.
Zephaniah McLeod, 27, of Nately Grove, Selly Oak, Birmingham, is also accused of the attempted murder of the seven other victims. Police have so far not released an image of McLeod but Sky News has tracked down one of the first pictures - showing the accused man against a red background. Mr Billington, 23, was on a night out with school friends from Liverpool, visiting one of their group studying in Birmingham, when he was stabbed in the neck.
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    (black felon) arrested for shooting, killing a (White) 17-year-old in High Ridge
black suspectHIGH RIDGE, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- A man was arrested in Jefferson County for the shooting death of a 17-year-old late Friday night.  Officials with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department said it all started with a confrontation at a restaurant in Fenton.
Dominic Williams-Wood
and two of his friends followed a car from Fenton to a subdivision in High Ridge late Friday night. By the time they approached the person they were following, he was already out of the car and was standing waiting. Police said 30-year-old Cartez McKire Jr. fired shots at the car while Williams-Wood and the others were inside. The shooting happened around 11 p.m. in the area of Sommerville Drive and Woburn Drive. Officers found the car off the road when they got there and Williams-Wood was pronounced dead on the scene.

McKire was charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. He is currently held at the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office jail without bond. - (Black-on-White)

  • WM, 17 shot dead after confrontation with negro at a restaurant in Fenton, MO
  • McKire, who has previous felony convictions, was charged Saturday
    The incident began just before 11 p.m. after Williams-Wood reportedly got in an argument with a man related to McKire at a Steak ’N Shake restaurant in Fenton and followed the man and a woman from the restaurant to the High Ridge subdivision.

    The two men who had been in the Oldsmobile with Williams-Wood told deputies they had been getting food at the Steak ’N Shake drive-thru earlier that night and Williams-Wood allegedly was “harassing and flirting” with a woman serving them. During the exchange, the woman’s boyfriend – the man related to McKire – arrived at the restaurant in a Honda van. Williams-Wood and the employee’s boyfriend reportedly got into an argument, and “challenges to fight each other were discussed,” the probable-cause statement in the case said.
    The woman got into the van with her boyfriend, and he drove the van away from the restaurant. Williams-Wood allegedly followed the van, and the occupants of the car and van continued to yell at each other as they drove through Fenton, the report said.
    The van pulled into a driveway at a home in the 2500 block of Woburn Drive, and the Oldsmobile stopped on the road in front of the home. McKire allegedly was waiting outside the home when the van and car pulled up, and he allegedly fired two to three gunshots at the car. Three .380-caliber shells were found on Woburn Drive, the Sheriff’s Office reported.
  • Dominic Williams-Wood, age 17

    (Black) Man wanted for murder in connection with Huntington shooting
HUNTINGTON, WV (WOWK) – Huntington Police have issued warrants for a man wanted in connection with a shooting in Huntington earlier this week. Huntington police say Devon M. Carey, 25, is wanted for murder in the 1st degree and murder in the 2nd degree in connection with a shooting early Wednesday, Sep. 3, in 2005 10th Avenue.

Shooting at 'public nuisance' (drug house) leaves 2 dead
HUNTINGTON, WV — Two people died early Thursday in a shooting in the Fairfield neighborhood of Huntington.
According to Huntington Police Chief Ray Cornwell, officers responded just after 2 a.m. Thursday to a call of a shooting at 2005 10th Ave. in Huntington, where they found two shooting victims.
Audra J. Perry, 28, of Huntington, was pronounced dead at the scene. Marcus D. Graham, 29, of Michigan, was taken to an area hospital, where he later died from his injuries.
- (Black-on-White)

Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

    Hope, Arkansas Police Investigating (yet another black-on-white) interracial Murder Suicide
black suspectHope, Ark. police are currently investigating.an alleged murder suicide that occurred early Saturday morning. According to Hope Police Assistant Chief Tomlin, on September 5, 2020 at approximately 4:35 am, officers of the Hope Police Department responded to a call reporting shots fired at a residence in the 400 block of Moses Street, in Hope, Arkansas. Officers arrived and located Kayla Banks, 34, of Hope and Ottis Harris, 38, of Hope both deceased.
The incident is being investigated as a murder suicide and is still ongoing.
Anyone with information regarding this or any other crime is encouraged to call the Hope Police Department at 870-777-3434. - (Black-on-White)


  • Hope, AR Kwops Investigating Mudshark Murder Buck Negro Suicide
  • (gofundme) Kayla Nicole Banks Lemley Funeral Fund
    Kayla was a single, loving mom of 2 young boys. Her life was taken unexpectedly by her ex"fiancee" who then took his own life.
  • Facebook extract: "Shelia Livingston Butler
    I took this picture of Kayla Nicole Banks, Maleric Butler, Maleric Butler, and Ottis Harris Jr. AKA Dale Harris at Maleric's 2016 PHS Graduation. Praying that God will Strengthen, heal, and calm all the families involved. I will miss all three of you. Love and peace to everyone connected to these families. We are all mourning."
Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    (Black) Suspect charged in drive-by shooting that killed (White man that he knew) while the man was cooking in his kitchen
black suspectA suspect was arrested Monday in connection with the shooting death of a Jefferson County man who was shot while he was cooking in his kitchen.

Dalen Eliase Gaines, a 23-year-old Sipsey man, was taken into custody in Walker County. He is charged with capital murder in the Aug. 26 slaying of Brandon Thomas. The shooting happened at 12:08 a.m. that Wednesday in the 6500 block of Snowville-Brent Road in Dora. Jefferson County sheriff’s Sgt. Joni Money said multiple shots were fired while Thomas was cooking. A vehicle then sped away from the scene.

Thomas woke up other family members in the home and told them he’d been shot. He was then taken to Walker Baptist Medical Center in Jasper where he was pronounced dead at 1:22 a.m. Money said sheriff’s investigators obtained the warrant against Gaines on Sept. 4. The suspect and the victim knew each other and hung out with the same group of friends. A motive has not been disclosed.  On Monday, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office received a tip from a citizen that Gaines was at a location in west Jasper. Deputies and Jasper police took him into custody without incident. - (Black-on-White)

    UK police arrest (BLACK) man over string of stabbings in Birmingham - MURDER OF WHITE MAN - (MUSLIM TERRORIST?)
black suspectLONDON -- British police arrested a 27-year-old man early Monday on suspicion of murder and seven counts of attempted murder following a string of stabbings in a busy nightlife district in the central England city of Birmingham over the weekend.

West Midlands Police said the suspect remains in custody after being arrested at around 4 a.m.

The arrest follows a large-scale police manhunt in the wake of the stabbings in the early hours of Sunday morning. Police released CCTV footage of the man they said was wanted on suspicion of murder.

A 23-year-old man was killed in the attacks and a man and a woman, ages 19 and 32, remain critically ill in hospital after suffering serious stab wounds. - (Black-on-White) - (UK)

    RACIST BLACK, in prison for stabbing White Autozone clerk - MURDERS ANOTHER WHITE MAN IN PRISON
Muscogee County Jail inmate beaten to death; Inmate incarcerated for alleged racially motivated attack is suspect
black suspect COLUMBUS, Ga (WRBL) – A Muscogee County Jail inmate was found beaten to death early Saturday morning in his cell, according to the assistant coroner.

Eddie Nelson Jr., 39, was pronounced dead at 2:30 a.m., according to Assistant Coroner Charles Newton.

“It was an apparent beating by another inmate,” Newton said. “He had blunt force trauma around the head and neck.”

Jayvon Hatchett, 19, is suspected the in the beating death, Sheriff Donna Tompkins said when contacted by phone. She said the incident was under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office and no additional details would be released at this time.

Nelson was being held on a probation violation, according to jail records.

Hatchett was in jail without bond after being accused in the Aug. 25 racially motivated AutoZone stabbing on 32nd Street.

Columbus Police Sgt. R.S. Mills told a Recorder’s Court judge that when he asked Hatchett why he stabbed the AutoZone employee, Hatchett said he “felt the need to find a white male to kill” after watching videos of police brutality happening across the country.

Hatchett, 19, was charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime in the AutoZone stabbing.
- (Black-on-White)

It is CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT to have racially integrated prisons

    Two (black) teens charged with murder, aggravated assault in shooting death of 57-year-old Shannon woman.
black suspectblack suspectFLOYD County. Ga. (CBS46) -- Two teens have been arrested on murder, aggravated assault charges in connection with the Aug. 24 shooting death of 57-year-old Laura Regina Ross, who was found dead in her Shannon home after calling 911 and hanging up. According to Floyd County Jail records and Sgt. Chris Fincher with Floyd County Police,

Tyree Kozel Daniels (18) of Cedartown, Ga and a 16-year-old Rome juvenile have been charged with Felony Murder (non-family, gun) and Aggravated Assault. Although the jail report lists Daniels of a Lindale address, Fincher confirms he resided at Mulberry Lane in Cedartown, not Lindale.

The warrants by Investigator Jordan Clayton allege Daniels and three suspects went to Shannon on August 24 with the intention of fighting with someone who lives at 126 Baker Street. The group of attackers kicked in the door and started shooting.

Police were sent to Baker Street around 10:30 p.m. following a 911 call for help by the 57-year-old victim Laura Regina Ross. Emergency dispatchers could only hear screaming and when officers arrived they found that Ross had been shot twice. Emergency responders attempted life saving measures but Ross later died at Floyd Medical Center. - (Black-on-White)

    (Tattooed black parolee) David Sowers charged with aggravated murder in the death of his girlfriend
black suspect ZANESVILE - A Zanesville man with a history of criminal activity has been charged with aggravated murder in the death of his 29-year-old girlfriend, Mia Micheli, who was killed early Saturday morning.

According to Zanesville Police Chief Tony Coury, 36-year-old David Sowers was arrested the same day and is being held on $1 million bond in the city jail on two counts of aggravated murder. One count relates to the fact that Sowers was on parole at the time of Micheli's death.

Around 10:30 a.m. Saturday, the Muskingum County Sheriff's Office was informed of a possible deceased woman at Sowers' home located at 908 Turner St.  One of his family member's had called a crisis center in Cuyahoga County about the matter. The sheriff's office then relayed the information to the Zanesville Police Department.  When officers arrived, they found the door to be locked and individuals gathered outside.
Among those was Sowers' mother, who told police he was at her home on Jane Circle.
Police went to that location and arrested Sowers without any issues.  - (Black-on-White)

Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
(consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

    (Black AFRO-headed) Fiend who raped, killed two NY moms was granted parole after admitting he hated women
black suspect A convicted killer who was granted parole after 43 years in prison over the protests of victims was let go even though he admitted that he committed a double rape and murder because he hated women, a transcript of his parole hearing shows.

“I was a young man. I got to the point that I didn’t like women for the reason that I was treated when I was a young kid, especially by my mother, when I was 12 years old,” killer Sam Ayala said at a July 20 hearing, according to records obtained by The Post.

The 68-year-old’s sob story — in which he also claimed he was “rejected” by his sister and “cheated” on by his wife — apparently found sympathetic listeners in the Gov. Andrew Cuomo-appointed state Parole Board, which granted him freedom after the hearing.

One of the Parole Board commissioners who ruled on his release, Tana Agostini, is married to a convicted murderer.

At his Parole Board hearing, Ayala described his feelings on the night that he participated in a 1977 home invasion in the Westchester town of South Salem, in which he raped and killed victims Bonnie Minter and Sheila Watson in front of their four kids, ages 3 to 6, who were on a play date. - (Black-on-White)

    (black) Suspect charged in brutal murder of (White) female truck driver
black suspectA man has been arrested and charged after allegedly beating a veteran truck driver to death outside of her truck on an Alabama interstate earlier this month.

Charles Levester Gipson, 39, has been charged with murder in connection with the death of 53 year old semi truck driver Christine Summers.
Summers was murdered in the early morning hours of August 19.

She had been on the phone with her husband when she pulled over near mile marker 118 on I-59/20 in the Birmingham area because she thought she might have hit something.

Summers hung up the phone and dialed 911, then got out to check for damage.

It was then that Gipson reportedly attacked her while she was still on the phone with the 911 operator. The motive for the attack is unknown.

Summers’ body was discovered shortly after her death by a fellow truck driver, Ozell Johnson, who stopped after seeing her lying on the ground near her truck. He called 911 after seeing her bloody and unresponsive, but Summers was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Alabama State Bureau of Investigation took charge of the investigation.

According to local news outlet AL.com, Gipson was taken into custody within an hour of the murder by the Hueytown Police Department after they received a call about a man in standing in the street.

Hueytown Police knew that Gipson was wanted in connection with a homicide and took him to jail to await questioning by state authorities.

While at the jail, Gipson also attacked two police officers, who suffered minor injuries. He has been issued two charges of aggravated assault against a police officer in addition to the murder charge.

Gipson has been housed at the Jefferson County Jail since August 22. He is being held on a $1.575 million bond.

Summers had been a truck driver for about 30 years and had driven team with her husband Lamar for about 20 years before Lamar developed health problems and Christine went solo. - (Black-on-White)

    Bond denied for (black) man accused of frenzied stabbing murder (of White father)
black suspectCherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith denied a motion to set bond for a man accused of an April 25 murder in Bartow Superior Court Monday morning.

Defendant Chase Dion Smith is also facing one count of aggravated assault stemming from the incident, which transpired off Dripping Rock Trail in Acworth.

Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Rosemary Greene said the victim — 30-year-old Cody Marcus Myers — was allegedly stabbed at least half a dozen times by the defendant.

“There was a verbal altercation between Mr. Smith and the deceased,” she said. “At some point in time, they left the front porch area of the home and went around to engage in what appeared, at first, to be a physical fight.”

Greene said neighbors observed the defendant allegedly fleeing the scene before law enforcement officials arrived.

Smith, 19, turned himself in to the Bartow County Jail on May 4. - (Black-on-White)

    (WHITE) Driver choked, has iPhone stolen (BY BLACK MAN) ALLEGEDLY over fender bender (but really because black was thief)
black suspectA driver who was angry at a man for sideswiping his Chevy Camaro in Queens choked the man and stole his iPhone X before fleeing, video released by the NYPD shows. The incident unfolded just before noon on Saturday, Aug. 1, as the Camaro was double parked in front of 30-90 Steinway Street, cops said.

A 31-year-old man, who was driving a gray SUV, attempted to pass the vehicle but ended up clipping it, cops said. The men got out of their cars and the driver of the white Camaro “demanded money from the bank,” cops said.

When the other man refused, the Camaro driver went into the SUV and took the man’s phone. The SUV driver is seen trying to get his phone back on the video, but the larger man grabs his neck and chokes him, cop said. - (Black-on-White)

    (COLD-BLOODED DEMONIC black) Teen found guilty of murder, robbery of elderly (WHITE) Louisa couple
black suspect LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WWBT) - The Commonwealth’s Attorney office announced 17-year-old Cameryn Dickerson has been found guilty of murder, robbery, felony wounding, burglary and other firearm charges in a home invasion in Louisa County that left a man dead and his wife having to be airlifted to a hospital.

Police say Dickerson - who was 16 at the time - shot 82-year-old Roger Payne Jr. and 73-year-old Nancy Payne inside of their home, and then took off with their car in Gordonsville. Roger was killed.

According to the prosecutor, the teen lived next door to the couple and visited them frequently in the days leading up to the home invasion. The day before, he visited twice, saying his girlfriend was missing. He later came back, armed. The teen then allegedly told the elderly couple get dressed, took all the phones from the house, and brought them to nearby train tracks, where he shot them. Roger was shot in the face; Nancy put her hands up, which resulted in injuries to her hands and throat. Prosecutors believe that she survived by playing dead. The teenager allegedly used a sawed-off shotgun in the crime.

On Aug. 8. Dickerson entered a guilty plea to his charges and now faces three life sentences and an additional 25 years when formally sentenced on November 10, 2020.    - (Black-on-White)

  • Louisa, VA WM, 82 shot dead, his wife, 79 shot survived home invasion; colored boy found guilty
  • Roger Wood Payne Jr, age 82
  • Gordonsville teen to be tried as adult for neighbor’s murder
    Dickerson was apprehended several hours later in Nelson County driving the stolen vehicle.
    Police say he was on his way to see his girlfriend in Lynchburg.

  • ‘This is not my son’: Louisa father reacts to teenage son’s murder charge
    black suspect Andre Dickerson says in the past few weeks, he noticed something wasn't right about his son. He says he asked authorities to intervene but he claims nothing happened and now his son is accused of murder.
    "I lost one of my sons and someone lost a family member,” he said.
    His 16-year-old son is accused of murdering 82-year-old Roger Payne and shooting his wife 73-year-old Nancy Payne before stealing their car and driving it to Nelson County, where authorities pulled him over Tuesday. Dickerson and his son live across the street from the victims in Louisa County. "They’re good people. They always wave at you. We always wave at them…This is not my son. I know that’s not him.
    Authorities plan to try the teen as an adult. "Because he is a juvenile, however, even if convicted, he can not receive the death sentence. He could receive, however, up to life without possibility of parole,” Benjamin added.

        (black) 21-year-old arrested in connection with downtown Austin shooting that killed (White) homeless woman
    black suspectAUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting that killed a homeless woman during a downtown brawl between 60 hurricane evacuees.
    The Austin Police Department says the fight took place early Thursday morning on East Sixth and Brazos Streets between two groups of hurricane evacuees—one from Port Arthur and one from Beaumont. Later, it was reported shots were fired. When officers arrived, APD says they found a woman with a gunshot wound. Austin-Travis County EMS took her to Dell Seton Medical Center, where she later died.

    APD identified her as 51-year-old Amy Lynn Warner. Police say she was just nearby and wasn’t involved in the fight.
    The department says 21-year-old Linton Alexander was arrested in connection with the shooting.
    Jail records say Alexander has a first-degree felony charge, but didn’t disclose what for. He was arrested Thursday evening.
    - (Black-on-White)

        #WhiteLivesDontMatter? Police investigating brutal brick attack on Baltimore man despite missing victim (VIDEO)
    black suspectBaltimore police have confirmed they’re probing a brutal attack on a white man hit in the head with a brick.
    The attacker appeared to have accomplices filming and laughing. However, no victim has come forward, local media report.

    The victim was hit in the head in the Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood of south Baltimore on Sunday evening, police told local media, affirming the content of a disturbing video that went viral on Sunday.  The victim’s assault was filmed by a group who seemed to be in league with the attacker, shooting video from across the street and laughing uproariously as the assailant’s brick connected with his quarry’s skull. - (Black-on-White)

        3 charged with killing man during Chesterfield home invasion
    black suspectsCHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. -- Police have arrested three men who are accused of killing a man inside his home during a January home invasion in Chesterfield County. Police say the men forced entry into a home in the 14900 block of Rowlett Road and demanded money on January 15, 2020.

    After receiving the money, the suspects shot 51-year-old David W. Crostic and fled the scene.
    At about 1:30 p.m., officers responded to a report that a man had been shot during a robbery at the residence. Crostic, who lived at the residence, died at the hospital. With assistance from the U.S. Marshals Service Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, police arrested three suspects in relation to the homicide on August 27.
    Dayomic J. Smith, 41, Kanavis C. Davis, 26, and Joshua M. Cousins, 55, have been charged with burglary with intent to commit abduction with a deadly weapon and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
    Smith and Cousins, of Richmond, are being held at the Chesterfield County Jail without bond.
    Davis, of Richmond, is being held at Riverside Regional Jail without bond. - (Black-on-White)
  • VINE, America’s number one victim notification network identifies the suspects as black

  •     Two (blacks)  indicted for Spring Grove Village murder of a (White) man
    black suspectsCINCINNATI (WKRC) - Two men have been charged in the fatal shooting of a man in Spring Grove Village.

    Dante Walton, 19, and Desean Henderson, 19
    , were indicted on aggravated murder, murder and gun charges.

    Police say Walton and Henderson shot and killed Caleb Luel, 19, on July 21.
    He was found dead on Kings Run Drive near Winton Road. 
    Police have not said if they know what led up to the murder.
    Investigators said both men are in custody.
    - (Black-on-White)

        Texas Rangers arrest 2 blacks and WF sex-pal of one for 2007 death of [WHITE] Universal City man
    black suspect Two arrested in killing of young man 13 years ago in Universal City
    Thirteen years after a young man was found shot to death in his Universal City apartment, police have made two arrests.

    Joseph Selders, 34, was arrested Monday and is charged with capital murder in the death of Blase Allen Wright Jr., who was 21 when he was killed.

    Lara Selders, who told police she drove Joseph Selders to Wright’s apartment, was arrested Friday and also charged with capital murder.

    Wright was found dead with a gunshot wound to the face on Feb. 2, 2007, at the Palisades apartments, 165 Palisade Drive, in Universal City.

    That year, police released a composite sketch of a woman who was seen inside a light-colored sedan alongside two men outside the apartment.
    Over 13 years, with no arrests, the case had gone cold. Until last month.

    On July 15, a Universal City detective and a Texas Ranger, looking through the evidence, identified the woman in the sketch as Lara Selders. She was a person of interest at the time of the killing but was never interviewed, her affidavit states.

    In an interview with detectives on July 20, Lara Selders said Joseph Selders told her he killed Wright.

    She said she didn’t know Joseph Selders had shot Wright when she drove him to the apartment, but realized it later when she saw a composite sketch of herself in the news that year.

    Another man told police that a witness who was with Selders the night of the shooting saw him carrying an Xbox when he returned to the car. The witness was described as being “petrified” when speaking about the incident, according to the affidavit.

    Lara Selders also told police she intended to help Joseph Selders dispose of the gun.

    Selders, who had the gun wrapped in a T-shirt in the trunk of his car, later gave the gun away to someone else, investigators said.
    The gun was used in another shooting but never found, the affidavit states.

    Comal County records show that Lara and Joseph Selders married in April 2012,
    but their arrest warrant affidavits signed last week list separate addresses for them.
    Joseph Selders has a criminal history, including convictions for aggravated robbery in Bexar and Guadalupe counties.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Dangers of interracial dating * Your black lover will involve you in his thug life and you will go to jail

        (black) killer gets 5 life sentences for killing 5 (White) people in south Kansas City in 2014
    black suspectKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office says that convicted murderer Brandon Howell will spend the rest of his life in prison, getting five life sentences on Thursday for a 2014 killing spree in south Kansas City.

    Howell, 38, was convicted in April by a jury on all counts of first -degree murder he faced for beating two people to death and shooting and killing three others on September 2, 2014. His sentences are consecutive, and he’ll never be eligible for parole.

    The killings happened on Woodbridge Lane, near Wornall Road and Blue Ridge Boulevard. The victims were 86-year-old Ann Taylor, 80-year-old George Taylor, 88-year-old Lorene Hurst, her 68-year-old son Darrel Hurst and 69-year-old Susan Choucroun.

    In August 2015 Jackson County prosecutors said they would seek the death penalty for Howell. However, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said in April that her office met with all of the family members and decided it was best to remove death as an option in this case and to see the rest of Howell’s nature life in prison.

    “They are still heartbroken,” Baker said. “They are still heartbroken but they’re elated with the news. They waited so so long to get here. They’ve been very patient so I’m very grateful to be able to deliver that news today.”

    Baker said this was a case that struck terror in a whole community.

    Howell allegedly tried to steal a vintage Jaguar from Ann and George Taylor. Police found the couple badly beaten and barely clinging to life in their basement. They later died at the hospital.

    According to a police investigation, Howell hot-wired the car and tried to get away. But the car didn’t work, and neighbors came outside to try to help. That’s when court documents say Howell allegedly shot at them and killed Lorene Hurst, Darrel Hurst and Susan Choucroun.
    Then, court documents say Howell drove off in another one of the Taylor’s cars, a Toyota SUV. It all happened in broad daylight, around one o’clock. Hours later, just before midnight, police found Howell walking with a shotgun they said he brought to the Taylor’s home and used in the killings, near I-29 and Northwest Barry Road. They said he attacked three people at a Motel 6 after he left Woodbridge. Howell is facing charges in Platte County related to that incident.

    A memorial stands tall at the entrance of the Woodbridge neighborhood in South Kansas City. It’s a reminder of the five victims.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (White) Man murdered this week was not the intended target of the shooting - (A black suspect) was arrested for the murder
    black suspectLUBBOCK, Texas — An arrest warrant released after the arrest of Curtis Smith, 26, of Lubbock describes what led up to the murder of Wade Parramore just outside Lubbock’s western city limits Thursday morning.
    The warrant said Wade Parramore gave Anthony Garza a ride out to the RV park where Parramore was later found dead. The warrant said Smith and Garza had a dispute at the RV park. Garza went out to confront him with a gun, the warrant also said. A witness inside a trailer told investigators she heard shots. “A few seconds later, Anthony Garza began banging on the trailer saying that he ‘couldn’t believe that they shot him,’” the warrant said. “Him” has a reference to Parramore.
    The warrant said, “Curtis Smith later told [the witness] that he did not mean to shoot Wade Parramore but was meaning to shoot Anthony Garza.” Smith was charged with murder.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black 'psychopath') Stabbing Suspect Steve Sinclair, Who Yelled ‘Black Lives Matter,’ Charged With Hate Crime
    black suspect AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — Steve Sinclair, 30, is charged with attempted murder and a bias motivated crime after an attack in an Aurora apartment complex on Tuesday. The victim, who is white, told police that Sinclair, who is Black, shouted “Black lives matter!” before stabbing him. The victim suffered serious injuries, including a collapsed lung.

    A number of witnesses told police they saw Sinclair stabbing the victim, while the victim tried to run away. According to the arrest affidavit, the first officer on the scene found Sinclair with blood on his hands and torso. The officer says Sinclair approached him saying, “Black lives matter,” and would not obey the officer’s orders. Sinclair also allegedly confessed, telling the officer, “I stabbed him, I’m a psychopath,” and “I’m the stabber.”
     Officers were eventually able to arrest Sinclair without a struggle.
    - (Black-on-White)  - (NNN Hatecrimes)

        (black) Teen arrested in connection with killing of (White) Aurora couple
    black suspectAURORA, Colo. — A homicide suspect arrested in Denver Thursday afternoon after a short chase is connected to the deaths of a couple killed earlier this month in Aurora.

    Kyree Brown, 18, was arrested and faces two counts of first-degree murder related to the deaths of Joe and Jossline Roland, according to the Aurora Police Department (APD).

    Officers with the APD SWAT team saw the suspect driving near East 26th Avenue and Elmira Street Thursday and attempted to stop the vehicle but the suspect fled, according to APD. APD said they authorized a chase and the suspect was eventually taken into custody at East 29th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard in Denver's Stapleton neighborhood.  Brown was wanted in connection with the deaths of Jossline and Joe Roland who were killed on Aug. 14.

    Just before midnight on that night, APD officers responded to the 11700 block of East Cornell Circle, which is a residential complex west of South Peoria Street and north of South Parker Road. The Rolands were found shot and were taken to the hospital but could not be saved.

    The family released a new statement Friday following the arrest.
    “The extended family of Joseph and Jossline Roland are still in shock and disbelief about the loss of both Jossline and Joe to a senseless act of violence.  Joe and Jossline are survived by their five children who are being loved and cared for by the extended family. 
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Murder suspect found at Bryan Station Inn
    black suspectLEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — Lexington Police swarmed the Bryan Station Inn Thursday morning in search of a murder suspect before finding him.
    Jameel Cox, 28, is being charged with murder, robbery and evidence tampering.

    Police say Cox shot and killed 32-year-old Aaron Leach at Leach's home on Lindy Lane on Monday. Early on Thursday, officers tried to serve a warrant at the Bryan Station Inn, but Cox wouldn't come out. A special response team was called in, and that is when Cox surrendered.
    Cox is being held in the Fayette County Detention Center.

    - (Black-on-White)

    AutoZone stabbing suspect “felt the need to find a white male to kill,” police say in court testimony
    black suspect COLUMBUS, Ga. (WRBL) – The suspect in the Aug. 25 AutoZone stabbing on 32nd Street made his first appearance in court.

    Jayvon Hatchett, 19, is charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime. Hatchett faces these charges for a stabbing he allegedly committed on Aug. 25 around 8:36 a.m. at the AutoZone. Police said he stabbed a store employee in an unprovoked attack.
    Columbus Police Sgt. R.S. Mills gave testimony in court about the case. Mills told the court that when he Hatchett why he stabbed the AutoZone employee, Hatchett said he “felt the need to find a white male to kill” after watching videos of police brutality happening across the country. Hatchett is being held without bond at the Muscogee County Jail until his case goes to Superior Court.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (White) Father, stepdaughter murdered by (black) man in shooting after vehicle crash in Georgetown
    black suspect An Andrews man and his step daughter were killed in a shooting following a vehicle crash on U.S. 521 Monday evening in Georgetown, authorities said.

    Charles Nicholas Wall, 45, and Laura Ashley Anderson, 21, died after the shooting, said Kenny Johnson, Georgetown County coroner. Autopsies are scheduled Wednesday morning at the Medical University of South Carolina, Johnson said.

    As hundreds of well-wishers posted to her wall on Facebook, Kimberly Wall, wife and mother of the deceased, posted late Monday night:

    “I’m devastated. Heartbroken. Confused. Angry. I don’t understand. Who shoots innocent people? (dark demons)
    Thank you for all the texts, phone calls, and messages. I am overwhelmed. Please know I appreciate the outpouring of love.”

    A third person was injured in the shooting, according to the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office.

    Ty Sheem Ha Sheem Walters III, 23, of Moncks Corner, is charged with two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder in connection to a shooting reported at the intersection of Indian Hut Road and Highmarket Street after 5 p.m. Monday, authorities said.  When deputies arrived on scene, they found “multiple people” with gunshot wounds during an alteration that resulted after a vehicle crash, said Jason Lesley, spokesperson for Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies apprehended Walters around 6:30 p.m. Monday after a foot chase when he fled near the Kent Road area, Lesley said. Walters is accused of shooting three people after a two-vehicle collision on U.S. 521, authorities said.
    - (Black-on-White)

         Low-life black thief steals $2,000 chain from elderly White woman in Manhattan apartment building
    black suspectA thief snatched an 86-year-old woman’s pricey necklace from her neck as she waited for an elevator in a Manhattan apartment building this week, disturbing video released by cops early Thursday shows.

    The suspect and the woman were standing in the lobby, near the mailboxes, inside the building at 1st Avenue and Cooper Road in the East Village around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday when he followed her into the elevator bank area, the clip shows.

    The man appeared to gesture for the octogenarian to go into the elevator first before he grabbed onto the metal chain — worth about $2,000 — and repeatedly yanked at it, the video shows. - (Black-on-White)

        Two (blacks) arrested, charged in Haywood County homicide (of White female)
    black suspects BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. (WMC) - Two men have been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting in Brownsville, Tennessee. Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation joined Brownsville police in investigating the shooting.

    Investigators say a man and woman were found critically injured inside a vehicle in the 1000 block of East Main Street early Monday morning. However, it was determined that the shooting did not happen at that location.

    The female victim, identified as 24-year-old Chelsey Morris of Bells, was pronounced dead at the scene. The male victim, who was from Ardmore, Oklahoma, was rushed to a Memphis hospital in critical condition.

    During the course of the investigation, 36-year-old Tavares Ray and 30-year-old Wylie Ligon III were developed as the individuals responsible for the offenses against the victims during a suspected narcotics transaction and attempted robbery.

    TBI agents, the Brownsville Police Department, and the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested Ray and Ligon on Tuesday evening.  Ray and Ligon are charged with one count of first degree murder, one count of attempted first degree murder, two counts of especially aggravated robbery, and one count of employment of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Editor note: Don't do drugs. Especially don't buy from, sell to and/or share drugs with blacks

        (black 'psychopath') Stabbing Suspect Steve Sinclair, Who Yelled ‘Black Lives Matter,’ Charged With Hate Crime
    black suspect AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) — Steve Sinclair, 30, is charged with attempted murder and a bias motivated crime after an attack in an Aurora apartment complex on Tuesday. The victim, who is white, told police that Sinclair, who is Black, shouted “Black lives matter!” before stabbing him. The victim suffered serious injuries, including a collapsed lung.

    A number of witnesses told police they saw Sinclair stabbing the victim, while the victim tried to run away. According to the arrest affidavit, the first officer on the scene found Sinclair with blood on his hands and torso. The officer says Sinclair approached him saying, “Black lives matter,” and would not obey the officer’s orders. Sinclair also allegedly confessed, telling the officer, “I stabbed him, I’m a psychopath,” and “I’m the stabber.”
     Officers were eventually able to arrest Sinclair without a struggle.
    - (Black-on-White)  - (NNN Hatecrimes)

        Caught on Camera: (BLACK FEMALE) Sumter day care worker arrested, accused of hitting, tossing (White male) child
    black suspect SUMTER, S.C. (WIS) - A former day care worker has been arrested after being accused of hitting and tossing a 5-year-old child.
    Tiana McElveen, 24, has been charged with unlawful conduct towards a child.
    Officials say the incident occurred at a day care facility in the 4200 block of Thomas Sumter Highway.
    Surveillance video shows two children reportedly getting into an altercation over a toy when McElveen appeared to have struck one of the children in the face before tossing him to the ground twice. She has since been terminated from her position at the facility and the Department of Social Services has been notified. McElveen was taken into custody on August 20 and transported to Sumter County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center.   - (Black-on-White)

        UPDATE: (Black) Suspect in 15th Avenue homicide of (White) man arrested at Dodson Avenue home on Wednesday
    black suspectUPDATE: Chattanooga police say the suspect in a deadly shooting on 15th Avenue on Monday night has been arrested.

    Police 21-year-old Brandon Deonte McDaniel was found at a home in the 2700 block of Dodson Avenue on Wednesday, thanks to a tip that was shared with CPD.
    McDaniel is accused of the shooting death of 25-year-old Donald Troutwine on August 17. McDaniel is charged with Criminal Homicide and Felony Reckless Endangerment. He is being held at the Hamilton County Jail. - (Black-on-White)

        2nd (black) suspect arrested in 1996 killing of (White) pregnant woman in Las Vegas
    black suspectblack suspectA second man arrested in the killing of a pregnant woman in 1996 has a history of shootings and armed robberies, according to court records.

    Kareem Brock, 45, who was arrested Thursday, is charged with open murder, manslaughter by killing an unborn quick child, robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary while in possession of a gun and conspiracy to commit robbery. State law defines the charge of “killing of unborn quick child” as a killing “by any injury committed upon the mother of the child.”
    Sara Keynejad, 19, was six months’ pregnant with a boy she planned to name Tyler Matthew when she was shot on Valentine’s Day in 1996 while waiting for her husband to get off work at the 7-Eleven at 3501 E. Bonanza Road, according to Review-Journal reports at the time.

    Brock and alleged co-conspirator Anthony Williams, 48, who was arrested this month on the same charges, are accused of entering the convenience store and shooting Keynejad before making off with $50, according to Review-Journal reports.

    Williams and Brock both had rap sheets in Las Vegas dating to 1991, when they were 19 and 16, respectively.

    Brock served five years in Clark County Detention Center after he was convicted in District Court in 1991 of one count of felony robbery with a deadly weapon, according to court records.

    Brock was also found guilty on two counts of attempted murder with a deadly weapon and served two years after police found a 23-year-old man suffering from three gunshot wounds to the back on May 8, 1996, according to court records.

    The 23-year-old told Las Vegas police that Brock approached and was about to rob him so the man ran away. When police later attempted to pull over the car Brock had been driving at the time of the shooting, he and two other men in the car began firing at officers, according to the police report attached to the 1996 case file.

    In August of the same year, Brock was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit murder, eight counts of attempted murder and 10 charges of a felony committed to promote activities of a criminal gang, but the charges were all dropped and the case never went to trial.
    It is unclear how police tied Williams and Brock to the killing of Keynejad, but the two were charged July 23, according to Las Vegas Justice Court records. Brock is being held without bail and is expected in court Monday. Williams’ preliminary hearing is set for Sept. 2.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Man wanted for questioning regarding fatal shooting (of White man) Aug. 13 on Shelby Ave.
    black suspect black suspectNASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Metro Nashville Police are searching for a man wanted for questioning regarding a murder on Aug. 13 inside a home on Shelby Avenue.

    Police say Evan Smith-Erving, 23, is wanted for questioning in the murder of 23-year-old Robert Coughlin, who was shot and killed inside a home in the 600 block of Shelby Avenue.  Smith-Erving is the registered owner of a silver Mercedes-Benz C320 with Tennessee tag 2U97Y6. The car left the immediate area at the time of the fatal shooting.
    Officers have been working to find Smith-Erving and his Mercedes for several days.
    - (Black-on-White)

        Two (blacks) arrested in fatal Friday shooting of a senior (White) man, police think it was during robbery
    black suspectsPolice have arrested two Baton Rouge people in a fatal shooting on Greenwell Street on Friday, authorities said.

    Derrick Holmes, 20, has been booked on a count of first-degree murder and LaShanta Williams, 18, has been booked on a count of principal to first-degree murder in the death of Donald Carlton, 66, according to a release from the Baton Rouge Police Department.

    Carlton was found sitting inside his vehicle in the 5200 block of Greenwell Street around 1:05 p.m. Friday, suffering from a gunshot wound, police said. He was brought to a local hospital, where he died.  Police believe Carlton was shot during a robbery.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Black 'husband' of (white granddaughter) charged with murder of 80-year-old (White) prison doctor in his own home
    black suspectLAKEWOOD, Ohio (WOIO) - Police have arrested a 28-year-old family member for the murder of an 80-year-old doctor, found dead outside his Lakewood home late Wednesday.
    Domonique "Demonic" Moore was taken into custody early Thursday morning after a more than five hour standoff with police.
    Lakewood police said (black) Moore is the husband of Dr. Craig Cullen-Terzano’s granddaughter and they all lived together in a home in the 14600 block of Clifton Blvd.  Police were called to the home around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday for a welfare check. When officers arrived, they found the doctor’s body lying in front of the home. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner said Cullen-Terzano died of multiple gunshot wounds and he was pronounced dead at the scene. According to police, Moore was inside the home and refused to come outside. Members of the Westshore Enforcement Bureau S.W.A.T. Team were also brought to the home and Moore was taken into custody around 5 a.m. Thursday, said police. Moore is charged with murder and remains behind bars.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL
    and you are endangering your blood relatives and friends who may become victims of your 'domestic' or sexual partner

        (black) Suspect sought after random attack on a (White) homeless man in Twentynine Palms
     The suspect got out of a dark colored Nissan sedan, and for no apparent reason, walked up to a homeless man and kicked and beat the man.

    The victim, Tim Richardson, talked to KESQ News Channel 3 about the attack.
    We asked him why he thought the man attacked him.
     “I have no idea,” said Richardson.
    We asked Richardson if he had done anything to the suspect to prompt the attack.
     “No, I never saw him before.” said Richardson.
    Richardson has lived on the streets of Twentynine Palms for one year.
    He was not seriously injured in the attack, which happened Monday night, just before 7:30.
    It happened behind the 7-11 store on Twentynine Palms Highway.

    The suspect, at the time was wearing a white T-shirt, blue pants and dark colored shoes with white soles.
    He quickly got back into the car, which then pulled away from the scene.
    “How is it that someone can be so heartless to see somebody who is very unfortunate and down on their luck and just pick them out of nobody and attack them that way?”, said Erick Turner, a friend of Richardson’s. 

    Wednesday morning, Richardson provided details of the attack to a detective from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
    People with spoke with who say they know Tim say he is a nice man who does not panhandle.  
    In fact, they saw he helps businesses in the area by sweeping their sidewalks and parking lots.
    Richardson’s friends who gathered near the convenience store are angered and want the attacker to face justice.
    “Tim is just a super nice guy.  He never did anything to anybody.  He keeps the area clean and he keeps the town clean,” said Derrick Seymour. The detective investigating the case is asking anyone with information on the attack, or the suspect, to call him at (760) 365-9413. 
    - (Black-on-White)


        'I've never seen an attack like this, ever' - Solicitor - Unprovoked beating of (White) officer at Walmart; black suspect denied bond
    black suspectSPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) – Solicitor Barry Barnette told a magistrate judge in South Carolina on Friday that he had never seen an attack like the one an off-duty officer who was working in uniform as a Walmart security guard suffered on Thursday.

    Barnette's remarks came during a bond hearing for the supect: James Cunningham, 23, of Woodruff.
    The solicitor played a video of the attack, which happened while the officer was standing near the self checkout area of the Dorman Center Walmart.

    The video shows a man sprint toward the officer and began wailing the policeman with punches and blows.
    Barnette said Cunningham also had a knife in his hand when he charged at the officer.
    Spartanburg police said off-duty officer was taken to the hospital after being attacked. The officer was working in the store as a security guard when the attack happened at the store around 1:30 p.m. 
    Cunningham is also accused of trying to unholster the officer's weapon during the assault.
    Employees and shoppers were able to pull Cunningham away from the officer and Cunningham fled the store.
    During Cunningham's bond hearing on Friday, Barnette revealed that Cunningham was out on bond at the time of the attack for another assault case. The victim in that was was a worker at the McDonald's in Duncan.
    A SLED criminal history report revealed Cunningham has previously been charged with a list of violent offenses, including felony and misdemeanor assault and battery charges, and an attempted murder charge from 2017 that resulted in a non-conviction.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Fugitive wanted in connection with the murder of a (White) man in Jamestown was taken into custody in Buffalo
    black suspectBUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — A fugitive wanted in connection with a murder in Jamestown is now in custody.

    Jason Talley was apprehended Monday by the Violet Fugitive US Marshal Task Force.
    Talley was wanted for hindering prosecution in connection with the homicide of Brandon Holland on July 6. Police say the homicide investigation is continuing and additional charges against Talley are pending. He is being held in the Chautauqua County Jail.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (Berkeley police arrest a (black) man for the 'execution style'  fatal shooting of a (White) male University of California student
    black suspectBerkeley police detectives have arrested a local man in connection with the fatal shooting of a Cal student who was walking on Dwight Way in West Berkeley in June.

    60-year-old Tony Lorenzo Walker lives on Dwight near Acton Street, not far from where the student was shot June 15 on one of his regular nighttime strolls.  Nineteen-year-old Seth Smith was walking on Dwight near Valley Street, which runs just parallel to Acton, when a stranger approached him at about 11:30 p.m. and shot him at close range in the back of the head, according to authorities. Police found no evidence of a robbery attempt or any other crime.

    Berkeley police arrested Walker on Thursday at 1:20 p.m., according to Alameda County jail booking records.
    He was arrested on suspicion of murder. There is no evidence that Smith knew Walker before the fatal shooting.

    Just last year, Police arrested Walker for  trying to break into a fenake neighbor’s place. 
    Walker was on felony probation at the time of the 2019 break-in attempt,
    Walker was placed on probation after a felony gun arrest in South Berkeley in 2016.
    Walker was charged with possession of a firearm by a felon.... etc... etc...
    In 2001, Walker was charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon and was ultimately convicted,
    - (Black-on-White)

    (Assuming UNARMED) City code officer reposting a "CONDEMNED" sign  WHILE WHITE

        (black) Suspect arrested in murder of (White) Augusta code officer who posted sign
    black suspectThe Augusta community continued to reel as police arrested the man charged with homicide in the Thursday slaying of city code enforcement officer and retired Marine Charles “Chip” Case.

    A team of law enforcement officers located and arrested Smitty Oliver Melton, 65, in Aiken County on Thursday afternoon, and he was awaiting extradition to Richmond County on Friday. He faces charges of murder and possessing a weapon in the commission of a crime.

    Case went to Melton’s 13th Avenue residence for the sole purpose of reposting a “condemned” sign on the house, said Augusta Planning and Development Director Rob Sherman.   Case was not looking for Melton – he was only there to post a sign, which lets authorities know no one should be living there, Sherman said.

    “In this case, it was just routine,” he said. “If it seemed controversial or dangerous, they would call the sheriff’s office or the marshal’s office to go with them.”

    After Case posted the sign, he went back to his truck. The shooter came from behind the truck to the driver’s side and fired, Sherman said.

    Besides being condemned, Melton’s house is the target of foreclosure by the Richmond County tax commissioner for not paying property taxes for several years.

    Melton has a long arrest record in Richmond and Aiken counties. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office had 11 different mug shots from each time he was arrested. In the late 1990s, Melton was twice charged with aggravated assault, but neither case appeared to result in a criminal sentence. In 2012, he was indicted for possession of hydrocodone and driving without a license and was sentenced to probation. Most of his other charges were for traffic violations. In Aiken County, Melton was charged several times with driving without a license and once for possessing a weapon.

    Tamekila Walton, a neighbor, said Thursday that she heard four shotgun blasts and ran with others to find Case, who was still alive but died before an ambulance arrived. There were bullet holes in his truck and casings on the ground, she said. 
    Case’s body was taken to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation lab for an autopsy, Richmond County Coroner Mark Bowen said.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (black) Alleged carjacker charged with slaying woman in Staten Island crash
    black suspectblack suspectA man was arrested Wednesday and charged with murder for allegedly crashing a stolen car into another vehicle on Staten Island, resulting in the death of a 32-year-old woman, police said.
    Tashawn Beckford, 23, is accused of killing Christine Dahlstrom and seriously injuring an unidentified man in the April 25 collision on Arden Avenue and Annadale Road in Annandale, cops said. Police said Beckford, of Newark, New Jersey, blew a red light in a stolen Lexus SUV before ramming into a Ford SUV with Dahlstrom and another occupant inside. The alleged carjacker totaled the Ford before crashing the stolen Lexus into a tree and fleeing on foot. Beckford was also charged with manslaughter, assault and leaving the scene of an accident.
    - (Black-on-White)

        4 (blacks)arrested in (White female) Garner teen's death; father says his daughter knew (negro) alleged shooter from school
    black suspectsRALEIGH, N.C. — Four people under the age of 20 have been arrested after the weekend killing of 17-year-old Veronica Baker. The youngest was charged with her murder.

    Police said Devin Cordell Jones, 17, was accused of killing Baker Saturday night at a Bojangles on Jones Sausage Road in Raleigh. Three others — Keyshara Michelle Deans, 19, Nezyiha Zamir Collins, 19, and Tyreek Qumay Rogers, 18 — were charged with felony accessory for helping Jones after Baker's death.

    According to arrest warrants, Deans drove Jones away from the scene, and Collins and Rogers fled the state with Jones in an attempt to avoid arrest. All were arrested Tuesday evening.

    Deans, Collins and Rogers appeared in court Wednesday afternoon. Jones did not appear in court because he is a minor.
    Deans also faced charges in an unrelated case — financial card fraud, financial card theft and conspiracy to commit the fraud. According to warrants, that conspiracy also involved Devin Jones, the man accused of killing Baker.

    Baker's parents have said they believe she was robbed. They said Baker was carrying a $600 Gucci purse when she was murdered.

    Jim Baker, the victim's father, told WRAL News that his daughter knew her alleged killer and that the two went to school together. He believes that is why his daughter would have let the suspect into her car.

    He also said Baker hung out with “good and bad crowds.” He explained Baker had never been in trouble before, but was a teenager and sometimes made poor decisions. He didn’t go into specifics about those troubles.

    He said a video Baker posted on Facebook holding a wad of cash was taken at the family home, and his daughter was holding money he used to buy a car and was taken inside their home.

    “She didn’t deserve to get shot and killed and left in a parking lot," Jim Baker told WRAL on Monday.

    Jim Baker also said they wanted to stop talk of Baker's murder being a hate crime.
    - (Black-on-White)

      As was the case with the murder of Cannon Hinnant in North Carolina, the national media doesn’t seem to have any interest in reportedly on the robbing and murdering of 17 year old Veronica Baker. Four black teenage suspects have been arrested so far, and this begs the question. Are these murders fueled at least in part by Marxist terrorist group Black Lives Matter?
      North Carolina has been circling the toilet ever since they elected Rory Cooper as governor."
    There must be some sort of moral to this story.... posting a video on Facebook flaunting a 'WAD OF CASH"
    is something black 'aspiring rappers' and black thugs do
    also a "
    $600 Gucci purse" is cheap for Gucci purses but might have something to do with something....

        DREADLOCKED Black arrested for the recent east side homicide of a (White) man
    black suspectINDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has made an arrest in an east side homicide. According to the department, 27-year-old Sammy Tinnin has been arrested for his connection an Aug. 12 homicide. Just before 9 a.m on Aug. 12 officers responded to the 2500 block of North Emerson Avenue for a report of a person down in that area. Once on the scene, officers found an adult male dead who appeared to have been shot. The Marion County Coroner’s Office has identified that victim as 24-year-old John Shockley.

    Following the department’s investigation, Tinnin was taken into custody on Aug. 15.
    He faces a preliminary charge of murder. - (Black-on-White)

    (BLACK) Man dead, (white) woman ‘critical’ in attempted murder-suicide in Worcester, police say

    black suspect A 25-year-old man is dead and a 27-year-old woman was in critical condition following what police are saying was an attempted murder-suicide early Monday morning in Worcester.

    Authorities were called a Huntington Avenue home around 12:55 a.m. on a report of two people shot. Police believe the man shot his girlfriend first, and then shot himself,
    (Hmmmmm, that would sort of fit the description of the 'murder suicide' narrative.)

    The man was pronounced dead on scene. The woman was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition. As of Tuesday afternoon, police didn’t have an update on her condition.


    The man was identified as Trey Mahone by a friend. Mahone had reportedly started living with his girlfriend
    after she moved to the Huntington Avenue home a few months ago.  (Parasitic nword sponger)

    Over the last few years, Mahone has faced 13 charges, including an assault and battery charge from January. He had been ordered to wear a GPS bracelet, according to Boston 25. He was a father of five ("five" What?, I wonder...) and worked in construction.
    The 27-year-old woman is a registered nurse and mother to a 5-year-old, the news station said.

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

        Elderly (White) man sweeping path sucker-punched in horrific unprovoked attack (by black)
    black suspectAn elderly man cleaning a path in Chicago was the victim of an unprovoked sucker-punch attack.
    The police in the city - which is experiencing an increase in violent crime - released the footage of the assault.
    The suspect can be seen attacking the victim before fleeing the scene. The incident is said to have taken place in the middle of the afternoon on July 23. Police tweeted the clip, writing: 'Help Detectives identify the subject seen in this video where a Battery of Senior Citizen occurred on the 100 block of West Jackson Blvd on July 23 approx. 2:50PM.'   The clip begins with the cleaner making his way across the path with his broom. A passing man, who is seen wearing a white tank top, blue shorts and blue shoes, then punches him. There does not appear to have been any words exchanged between the two men.
    Police have not released any information on the condition of the victim following the attack or his identity.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (Lying black) Suspect doesn’t remember killing White female attorney inside her Orlando home, police say
    black suspectORLANDO, Fla. – A 33-year-old man was arrested on murder charges in connection with the death of an attorney who was found dead inside her Delaney Park neighborhood home in Orlando.

    Police said Erin Hartigan, 44, an Orange County government attorney who previously worked for the city of Orlando, was found slain Sunday after 4 a.m. inside a home in the 300 block of Jasmine Avenue.
    Police said Hartigan’s mother called 911 and said her daughter had been attacked inside their home. Hartigan was dead and had multiple stab wounds when officers arrived at the home, according to police.

    William Franklin, who police said was found hiding nearby in Lake Lurna, was arrested on charges of first-degree murder and burglary with a battery.

    Detectives said Franklin had been reported missing from Orlando Health Regional Medical Center Sunday before he allegedly stabbed Hartigan. Police could not disclose why Hartigan was at the hospital but he was last seen at ORMC around 2 a.m. ORMC is about .4 miles from Hartigan’s residence.

    At this time, investigators said they cannot find a connection between Hartigan and her accused killer.
    Detectives said Hartigan’s home was likely chosen at random.

    Police said several items of evidence were discovered in the blocks surrounding the crime scene, including two bloody kitchen knives. A third knife was found near the victim’s body, according to the report.

    According to the arrest report, Hartigan’s mother was home at the time of the attack and awoke to the sounds of a struggle. She told investigators she did not recognize the voice of the man involved. “Ms. Hartigan got out of bed and opened her door at which time she saw Erin lying on the floor. She saw an individual standing over her,” the report states. “Once she opened the door, the individual stood up, turned away from her and walked down the hallway.” Hartigan’s mother then called 911.

    Neighbors on East Miller Street alerted police officers searching the area of surveillance video that showed Franklin behind their home. When officers found Franklin he was wet and told officers he had been swimming in the lake, according to the arrest affidavit.

    Franklin was not wearing pants, only boxer shorts and a shirt, according to the report.

    Detectives who spoke with Franklin said he told them he does not remember what happened. Franklin told detectives that while he was at Orlando health he was “given some type of drug which caused him to lose his memory.” He said he could not recall what he had done from the time he left ORMC to the time he was found by police at Lake Lurna, according to the report. Throughout the interview with detectives, Franklin repeatedly said he could not recall exactly what happened after he left the hospital and he could not remember killing anyone, the report shows.
    - (Black-on-White)

        (Black) man wanted for murder of his white ex-"baby momma" sex partner  - arrested in Tennessee after fleeing KY
    black suspect EARLINGTON, Ky. (WFIE) - The suspect involved in the fatal shooting is now in jail. The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office says 32-year-old Dennis Stone, of Madisonville, has been arrested in Davidson County, Tennessee, after turning himself into the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department early Saturday morning. According to authorities, the Sheriff’s Office will begin the process of extraditing Stone back to Kentucky this week.

    The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office previously confirmed that a woman died and a child was taken to the hospital after a shooting that happened at the Earlington Ideal Market. The Sheriff’s Office has identified the shooting victim as 30-year-old Nicole Merrell of Madisonville. Hopkins County Sheriff Matt Sanderson said the toddler-aged child was hospitalized for gunshot wounds but is expected to fully recover.

    Meanwhile, the Sheriff confirmed the alleged shooter and the female victim have children together.
    14 News spoke with a woman who says Stone and Merrell have a daughter.

    Stone is charged with murder, assault and 12 counts of wanton endangerment in the 1st degree.
    - (Black-on-White)

    Dangers of interracial dating * MISCEGENATION KILLS
    (consensual) sex with a black is SUICIDAL

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        Three Media Sources, and NONE Tells the Truth about a Black-on-White Hate Crime,
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    If three white kids had gone hunting a random black, this would be the biggest story in the world for over a year.
    As is, it’s just another “dog bites man story” and not even worth mentioning. - (Black-on-white)


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    George Williams Jr.Editor note: that works out to about 54 black on white rapes per day according to available statistics from 1999.
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