Friday, November 6, 2015


Four sub-human negroid animals murder unarmed white man in racially motivated hate crime

From the time he was a little boy with that trademark red hair, Joshua was a helper. His aunt says he was a sweet man who worked in landscaping and liked to write music, that he never hurt anyone. 

Joshua Heath Chellew

36 year old Joshua Heath Chellew from Cobb County, Ga was murdered in cold blood by four sub-human negroid animal gang members in a black on white hate crime. The racially motivated attack occurred on June 30, around 1 a.m. 

Just as Chellew entered the parking lot of a Chevron gas station he was attacked and beaten mercilessly by the four animals. While attempting to escape, Chellew backed into the center five-lane highway when was pushed to the ground and knocked unconscious. As he lie there beaten and bleeding they then walked away from Chellew, leaving him helpless, and he was eventually run over by a car and killed.

Witnesses on the scene told police that “at no time did the four black animals attempt to aid Chellew, or to stop the approaching vehicle.

A 19-year-old black female witness, who was fiends with Chellew and asked not to be identified, said she was sitting in the car waiting on Chellew to get something from inside the gas station when everything unfolded.

“He was coming outside of the store talking to himself like he always does and one of them asked him what he was talking about,” she said.

She isn’t sure what, if anything, Chellew said to the suspects, but for some reason they jumped him and started punching and kicking him. “I don’t know them and have never seen them before,” she said. “They were hanging out by the gas station, getting gas.”

She didn’t see any weapons used in the beating, but said the entire incident occurred in just under two minutes.

“He was unconscious after he got hit by the car and he was taking his last breath when I got to him,” she said, adding that she thought he was probably dead before he was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, where he was pronounced dead.

She said Chellew lived less than a mile away on Lone Oak Drive, and she wasn’t aware of him ever being married or having children. They had only been acquaintances for about two months.

“He was a good person, one of them funny, outgoing kind of people,” she said.

Jekari Oshay Strozier, 19; Antonio Shantwan Pass, 18; Kemonta Bonds, 18; and Johnathan Donald Anthony, 18; all from Mableton, are in the Cobb County jail without bonds on charges of felony murder, aggravated assault and violation of the Georgia Street Gang Act.

Antonio Shantwan Pass

Johnathan Donald Anthony

Kemonta Bonds

Jekari Oshay Strozier

Where is the outrage? Will we get justice? When will our leaders take a stand?


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