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RACE How Savage Are Blacks In America & Why Is Everyone Afraid To Discuss It?
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  1. #281
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    Here is another one. At least this one has a happy ending!

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    http://www.live5news.com/story/34848...spect-arrested

    BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -
    Police say a fatal shooting Tuesday night at a Moncks Corner home was justified because the homeowner was protecting his family from a home invasion.

    Police Chief Rick Ollic told reporters Wednesday afternoon their investigation revealed a man the Berkeley County Coroner identified as Elijah A. White, Jr., 30, forced his way into a home on Post Oak Court off Highway 52. White was armed with a handgun and wearing a mask and gloves, he said.

    "We also retrieved from him rope, which I believe he was going to tie up the victims if he got into the residence, so there was no doubt he was there to do some serious harm to this family," Ollic said.

    The homeowner fired his gun when White burst into the home, fatally striking him, Ollic said.

    Police also arrested a woman they say went to the door posing as a representative of a homeowner's association and was wearing a fake badge that read, "HOA."

    Juanita Marie English is charged with first-degree burglary and criminal conspiracy, Ollic said. She was in bond court Wednesday night where she received a $125,000 bond.

    Ollic was also present during the bond court hearing and told the judge that he believes English is a "threat to society."

    "[The victims] are absolutely traumatized," Ollic told the judge."The female victim, it's unbelievable what she went through last night."

    In addition, Ollic said the victim's two young children witnessed the home invasion and shooting.

    Police say English spoke to the resident about the neighborhood, then signaled to White, who ran to the door and forced his way in.

    The victim told police he was holding a handgun with a laser pointer.

    As she tried to close the door, White kicked in the door, breaking the door frame and knocking the locking device off and forced his way inside, Ollic said.

    According to court records, the victim's husband then came downstairs armed with a gun and shot White who was found dead in the front yard.

    "The homeowner at that location, protecting his family, returned fire at the subject, and killed him as a result of the incident," Ollic said.

    Berkeley County Coroner Bill Salisbury said an autopsy on White is still underway, but confirmed he was struck four times.

    Salisbury said the manner of death would be ruled a homicide, but added it would be ruled justifiable.
    "In Berkeley County, if you kick someone's door in and you get shot, as long as I'm the coroner, that's going to be a justifiable homicide," Salisbury said.

    Ollic said investigators believe the homeowner acted in self-defense and that the killing was justified.

    Ollic said the residents of the community are safe because the suspects specifically targeted the residents of the home.

    He said police were still investigating whether there was any connection between the residents and the suspects.

    English was connected to the incident because she had been the subject of a traffic stop Tuesday night on Highway 52 after officers saw her driving erratically shortly after the incident.

    Ollic said officers did not know at the time she might have a connection to the home invasion, but said she was positively identified by the homeowner as the woman who had come to the door. Ollic said a search warrant of the vehicle provided evidence that linked her to the address.

    English had an outstanding warrant in Summerville.

    White had what Ollic described as "an extensive felonious criminal record," including drug violations, breaking into motor vehicles, armed robbery, attempted armed robbery and inciting a riot while incarcerated. White's charges were filed by authorities in Goose Creek, Summerville, North Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties and the state Department of Corrections, he said.

    Police said they are continuing to investigate the incident and would increase patrols in the normally-quiet neighborhood to reassure residents they are safe.

    Police responded to 911 call Tuesday night

    Police responded to the home around 8:15 p.m. for a burglary in progress and found White's body outside the home on the sidewalk.

    Authorities say a couple and their child were in the home when they called 911 to report someone had tried to get in their home. Police say shots were then exchanged in the incident.

    Moncks Corner Police are searching for a woman seen at the time of a reported home burglary that ended in a fatal shooting Tuesday night.

    An autopsy for White is scheduled for Wednesday morning, Salisbury said.

    Police say a woman who was seen at the time of the incident left the scene in a dark-colored vehicle.

    MCPD officials are investigating the case with the coroner's office and the solicitor's office to determine if charges will be brought in the case.

    Ollic indicated they are in the early stages of the investigation and are determining what led up to the incident. He said detectives were interviewing the family inside the home.

    Officers were seen taping a portion of the road off as emergency crews worked the scene. In addition, tape was seen being placed around a home.

    Authorities had said earlier they believed it might have been a shooting in a possible home invasion.

    Viewers reported seeing police activity in the area around 9 p.m.

    A witness said emergency crews had arrived on scene and found a body near the front yard of a home.
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    ETA: TB2000 wont let me upload photos again. Anyway guess the race! The girl is a CoalBurner who has ruined her life. Once again this shows why it is dangerous to be in a relationship with them.
    "America is at that awkward stage, to late to work within the system, but to early to shoot the bastards"-- Claire Wolfe

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    "America is at that awkward stage, to late to work within the system, but to early to shoot the bastards"-- Claire Wolfe

  3. #283
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    ok went another route...




    ETA: I give up on the photos...
    "America is at that awkward stage, to late to work within the system, but to early to shoot the bastards"-- Claire Wolfe

  4. #284
    Quote Originally Posted by imaginative View Post

    A 2-year-old girl was playing on a swing at a playground when Bates, as the child's mother told police, began "eyeballing" her children.

    The mother said Bates walked up behind the girl and snatched her off the swing before grabbing the toddler by the hips and pulling down her diaper.

    The mother said she saw Bates lift his shirt, take his pants down and begin thrusting against her daughter.
    Gaaaaaah.

    Well, chances are this guy won't last long in prison.

  5. #285
    http://www.wafb.com/story/34939724/s...tion-rape-case

    PICS AT LINK

    Suspect arrested in LSU abduction, rape case

    Published:Friday, March 17th 2017, 12:25 pm CDT

    Updated:Friday, March 17th 2017, 10:34 pm CDT


    By Rachael Thomas, Digital Content Producer


    By Scottie Hunter, Reporter


    BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -
    One man has been arrested in the case of an alleged abduction and rape on the LSU campus.

    Around 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 17, the LSU Police Department arrested Frank Herrera Jr., 20, of Baton Rouge at his girlfriend's home.

    Lt. Kevin Scott with LSU PD said in a press conference Friday night the victim parked her vehicle behind the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority house on the LSU campus on Wednesday, March 15 when she was forced into her vehicle by an armed man. The victim reported a man wearing all black with a red bandanna over his face grabbed her and forced her into her vehicle.





    Scott went on to say the two drove off campus, where the victim was reportedly forced to perform a sexual act while Herrera held the gun against her. The victim was then dropped off at a convenience store in the 1700 block of Government St. Herrera reportedly told the victim to go inside to buy condoms. She then called police once inside the store.

    LSU PD detectives processed the victim's vehicle, during which clothing and additional evidence was found, leading detectives to identify Herrera as a suspect. Officials then obtained a search warrant for the home where Herrera was staying and for his vehicle. During the search, detectives found an iPhone case in Herrera's bedroom that matched the victim's case. They also located a small safe in Herrera's bedroom closet that contained a small, black 9mm semi-automatic pistol wrapped in a red bandanna, both of which matched the victim's description of the items.

    Detectives were also able to locate the victim's iPhone at a business near Herrera's home. The owner of the store verified that Herrera brought the phone to the store on Thursday, March 16.

    Officials say DNA evidence collected from the vehicle matched Herrera's DNA profile. Herrera was questioned by LSU PD detectives and reportedly confessed to kidnapping the victim and forcing her to perform oral sex.

    Herrera is charged with second degree kidnapping, second degree rape, armed robbery, possession of schedule I narcotics, and possession of a firearm on school property. When taken into custody, Herrera was found to have a small amount of marijuana on his person.

    LSU PD said they believe this was an isolated incident and a crime of opportunity and that the victim and Herrera did not know one another. They went on to say their patrols on campus are sustained and are ongoing 24 hours a day.

    The clerk at the store where the victim was dropped off, Alhassan Murgan, assisted her, giving her his cell phone so she could call police and her mother. Officials reportedly arrived about 25 minutes after the victim called 911.


    Surveillance video from the store of the clearly shaken woman captured the hair-raising moments shortly after she shuffled into the One Stop convenience store on Government St. after the alleged attack.

    The video showed her being ushered in by some Good Samaritans who tried to help. "We're trying to make sure she's good, like we're trying to make sure she's good," Murgan said.

    Murgan was on the register that night and said the look in her eyes as she stumbled into the business sent off a red flag that something was horribly wrong. He said the story she told him that night sent chills down his spine.

    "She said, ‘The guy in the car, he raped me and he said if I tell anybody he's going to burn my car and kill me,'" he added.

    Murgan said he immediately called police, then handed the phone over for the young woman to call her mother, all while giving her a place to hide behind the register.

    "She was crying and shaking you know," Murgan said.

    WAFB’s Scottie Hunter asked the clerk what was going through his mind at the time of the ordeal. "[I thought] like why he do this you know? Like you don't have a heart, you don't have any feelings. It's just sad man," Murgan added.

    The suspect took off before police arrived, but while investigators are still trying to piece together the complete details of the case, Murgan said he will never forget that night and has an important message as to why he chose to help a stranger in need.

    "Anybody that have a problem, we help you know,” Murgan said. “It's all about peace and love."

    LSU President F. King Alexander spoke out following the update from LSU PD Friday night.

    "We received some comments about the minimal amount of detail we released during the investigative process, and I would like to assure you that there was reasoning behind that – there was a preponderance of evidence pointing to the suspect and law enforcement was very close to making an arrest. We could not afford this predator any opportunity to flee or avoid being apprehended because we released too much information," said Alexander.

    Read the full letter below:


    “LSU Police, in conjunction with our law enforcement partners, have apprehended the suspect in the abduction that occurred on the evening of March 15. We are very pleased that the alleged perpetrator has been taken off of the streets and will be held accountable for his actions. Our thoughts continue to be with the survivor and her family during this time.

    I am president of LSU, but I am also a father to three young women. I understand the turmoil this event has caused for our students and their families. And I hear your concerns. Please know that the safety and security of every single LSU student is always our top priority, and necessary for providing the best educational environment possible. We received some comments about the minimal amount of detail we released during the investigative process, and I would like to assure you that there was reasoning behind that – there was a preponderance of evidence pointing to the suspect and law enforcement was very close to making an arrest. We could not afford this predator any opportunity to flee or avoid being apprehended because we released too much information.

    We are thankful to the LSU Police for acting quickly and conducting a swift, thorough investigation leading to today’s arrest. We also would like to thank the campus community for their support and assistance throughout the investigative process. Officers from LSU Police work day and night in an effort to keep our students safe, and we continuously update and enhance our security measures. We are always looking for ways to make our campus an even safer environment for our University community. If you have additional suggestions, please send them to me at alexander@lsu.edu.

    I know that the last several days have been stressful for many on our campus, and I want to encourage you to consider taking advantage of the resources LSU offers to assist you in times of need. The LSU CARE Team is available to help students in distress, and the Student Health Center has licensed counselors ready and waiting for you.

    We will not tolerate any crime on our campus.

    RELATED: LSU Police investigating reported abduction, rape near Kappa Kappa Gamma house

    Copyright 2017 WAFB. All rights reserved.
    "...Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light. See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil." - Ephesians 5:14-17

  6. #286
    Quote Originally Posted by Blacknarwhal View Post
    Gaaaaaah.

    Well, chances are this guy won't last long in prison.
    He should never make it to prison.

    In fact, he should be pushing up daisies right now.

  7. #287
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    Quote Originally Posted by vestige View Post
    He should never make it to prison.

    In fact, he should be pushing up daisies right now.
    You damn skippy!!! That sick f*ck would have died right on the spot. A firearm would probably not be needed because it would be to easy and not painful enough. I have 4 granddaughters and that kinda crap scares the hell outa me. I've become way more protective now compared to when my son and daughter were growing up.

  8. #288
    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndAmendican View Post
    You damn skippy!!! That sick f*ck would have died right on the spot. A firearm would probably not be needed because it would be to easy and not painful enough. I have 4 granddaughters and that kinda crap scares the hell outa me. I've become way more protective now compared to when my son and daughter were growing up.
    re bold: I cannot say that. I have always had zero tolerance for anyone fornicating with my family.

    My offspring are of the same ilk.

    BTW: I too am a 2ndAmerican

  9. #289
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    Quote Originally Posted by vestige View Post
    re bold: I cannot say that. I have always had zero tolerance for anyone fornicating with my family.

    My offspring are of the same ilk.

    BTW: I too am a 2ndAmerican
    Oh I was always a grizzly bear if someone messed with my family. I just meant that back when my kids were growing up, there wasn't as much to worry about as there seems to be today. Hell if someone is stupid enough to try and kidnap/rape a toddler while mom is watching, things have graduated to a whole new level of situational awareness. :-)

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    ok, I didn't wan't to make this it's own "racist" thread and just be piling on but, came across this and just had to share. Its a guy watching a music video. The music video is done to the tune of "What does the fox say" If you don't know the song, you should def watch it once or twice to get the catchy little jingle down.. (whats the fox say here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE)




    then what this next video.. it's just a little too soon, if you know what I mean!! pg17, couple of fbombs and adult themes... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04cXGB0LGIU

    edited to ad, the video is a rendition o what does the black say, to the tune of what does the fox say, complete with video.. pretty good
    If I was born in Kenya, I'd be President by now.

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