Wednesday, September 25, 2013

18-year-old sub-human drugged up negroe animal charged with beating 70-year-old white man, then celebrates attack at 7-Eleven

Sub-human Godless negroe animal Romeo Williams


SYRACUSE -- A Syracuse negroe zombie thug with a long criminal record was arrested for allegedly beating an elderly man, and celebrating the attack, outside of a convenience store over the weekend.
At a news conference Monday morning, an emotional Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler was joined by Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner to announce the arrest of 18-year-old animal Romeo Williams of Chemung Avenue in Syracuse.
Williams is charged with second degree assault after he attacked 70-year-old James Gifford in front of the 7-Eleven on Valley Drive at South Street early Saturday morning. The Associated Press reports that the attack left Gifford in critical condition.
Fowler says that just after 6:00 a.m., Gifford was leaving the store when he was attacked unprovoked by Williams. Williams allegedly hit Gifford in the face, knocking him unconscious. Williams then went into the store and celebrated his attack before coming back out to resume the assault on Gifford, who was laying on the ground in the parking lot.
Fowler says Williams hit Gifford in the face, knocking him unconscious. Police say Williams then entered the store and celebrated by taking off his hat and holding it up in the air and smiling before going back outside to beat and kick Gifford more.

Attorney James McGraw says he has represented Williams before but hasn't been contacted by him about the assault charge.

Two Syracuse teens were sentenced to prison earlier this year for their roles in the beating death of a 51-year-old man attacked at random.

Fowler says four friends of Williams witnessed the attack and had to pull Williams off of Gifford. They are cooperating with police and will likely not be charged. Fowler says there is surveillance video of the incident.
Williams has an extensive criminal record. According to Syracuse Police, he has been arrested 14 times in his 18 years, including three felony charges (two violent felonies) and two firearm-related arrests.
Fowler said the attack was unprovoked, and Williams and Gifford did not know each other. He says Gifford was a “gentle soul who didn’t bother anyone.” He added that this may appear to be a form of the “knockout game” that caused the death of a Syracuse man in May.
Mayor Miner added that there may be one positive to take away from the incident. “We have seen a community band together to say this is unconscionable,” said Miner. “Violence like this needs a community-wide solution, as it goes to the very fiber of our community.”
Charles Williams, the souless animals father, told CNY Central’s Jim Kenyon, “My son was on drugs, that ‘Molly’ and ‘water.’”* He appeared very distraught and had tears in his eyes as he said he was "very angry" with his son.
Williams was arraigned in Syracuse City Court Monday morning before Judge Vanessa Bogan, who entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. Williams was sent to the Onondaga County jail on $100,000 cash bail or bond and is scheduled to return to court on September 27.

The Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office says the case will go before a Grand Jury and additional charges against Williams may be pending.

*water - Blunts; methamphetamine; PCP; a mixture of marijuana and other substances within a cigar; Gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB)

*water-water - Marijuana cigarettes dipped in embalming fluid, sometimes also laced with PCP


*Molly- the powder or crystal form of MDMA, the chemical used in Ecstasy, Molly, short for molecule, is considered to be pure MDMA, unlike Ecstasy, which generally is laced with other ingredients, such as caffeine or methamphetamine
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