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Funeral arrangements set for slain (White female) Webster Parish sheriff's deputy - black convicted rapist charged
Jermaine JohnsonSulyn PrinceHOMER, La. - Funeral arrangements have been set for a Webster Parish sheriff’s deputy whose body was found late Monday in a shallow grave near her home in Homer. Visitation for Sulyn Prince, 69, will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in Arcadia, with the funeral service at 2 p.m. Sunday also at the church, according to Webster Parish Sheriff Gary Sexton. Meanwhile, the man accused in Prince’s death, Jermaine Johnson, sits in the Claiborne Parish Detention Center on a $1 million bond. A Claiborne Parish district judge set bond Wednesday for the 35-year-old who is charged with second-degree murder. State police arrested Johnson early Tuesday morning. The convicted rapist lived next door to Prince. - (Black-on-white)

  Arrest warrants issued in Lexington homicide investigation - two dreadlocked blacks wanted for murder of White teen
Caleb HallettKenyon J. HippsMarcus L. SmithLEXINGTON, Ky. – The Lexington Police Department has issued arrest warrants for 5 people in connection to a fatal shooting on University Drive that occurred on January 9th. Police say they are looking for 21-year-old Kenyon J. Hipps (above left,) 18-year-oldMarcus L. Smith as well as three juveniles, two of which are already in custody. Officers say they were called to University Drive around 3:00 a.m. on a report that shots had been fired. When they arrived, police say they found two men with gunshot wounds inside a car. Both men were taken to University of Kentucky Hospital. Later, one of the men, Caleb Hallett, died. - (Black-on-white)
  

  19-year-old (black cold-blooded killer) in custody in homicide, 3 connected robberies
Roderick KingJEFFERSON COUNTY, AL - A suspect is in custody in a homicide at a fast food restaurant in Pleasant Grove and three connected robberies. Roderick King, 19, was detained by officers from the north and west precincts in Birmingham. Pleasant Grove police tell us that they are in the process of filing a capital murder charge against King. Police said King walked inside the restaurant around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, demanded money and told everyone inside to get down. A woman on scene Wednesday night said her son works at the restaurant and said he called her to alert her to what had happened. Pleasant Grove police say Ashton Blake Roberts, a 21-year-old man from Sumiton, was shot and killed during the robbery at Jack's on Park Road. Pleasant Grove Police Chief Corky Knight says he has reviewed surveillance video of the Jack's robbery when Roberts was killed. Knight says Roberts offered no confrontation or resistance. "A person who just walked into the restaurant, into the Jack's as if he was going to make an order. Told the victim to get on the floor or he would kill him and eight seconds later he killed him. He just murdered the guy in cold blood as it could possibly be," Knight said. - (Black-on-white)
  

  (Black) Man facing charges in Jacksonville double-murder expected in court
Willie Alexander George JrCarl EisertKhalil KirklandJACKSONVILLE, Onslow County - An arrest has been made in the double homicide which happened in Jacksonville on January 3. According to a press release from the Jacksonville Police Department, Willie Alexander George Jr., 31, is charged with two counts of second degree murder in the deaths of Khalil Kirkland, 17, and Carl Eisert, 72. The preliminary investigation revealed the deaths of both Eisert and Kirkland were the result of the assault by George. George was charged and arrested by Jacksonville Police Detectives Wednesday night at the Onslow County Jail, where he was being held on assault charges for a separate case.
  

  Trenton (black-on-White) murder trial ends in shocking acquittal despite DNA evidence
Aaron Marshall is a person of interest.George Hite TRENTON, Mich. - George Hite and Aaron Marshall met at Greektown Casino a few days before the murder, which was their only meeting, according to Marshall. "Cellphone records showed that he had multiple phone calls between his cellphone and the victim's," said Sgt. Mike Oakley, a Trenton police detective. The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office ruled 65-year-old Hite, who was found killed March 11, 2015, was strangled to death. He was a beloved figure in the Downriver community and a well-known youth league baseball ump. Marshall said he had never been Downriver. However, on the suspected day of the murder, Marshall's cellphone pinged a tower near the Woodhaven and Trenton area, which is far from his Detroit home. Marshall's DNA was on the cable used to bind the murder victim. That's something the defense never discredited. "Kind of a slight suggestion that maybe there was some DNA transfer from a couple days prior to the victim's death," said Oakley. No defense witnesses were called. Yet, after 2 and 1/2 hours of actual deliberation on Tuesday, the jury returned a not guilty verdict. "Complete shock. We thought it was a slam-dunk," said Oakley He believes Marshall is a murderer and is concerned that he's "out walking among us." - (Black-on-white)
  

  Man called ‘white boy’ before brutal attack in South Memphis
Graham Pattonbrutal black racistbrutal black racistMEMPHIS, Tenn. -- A 23-year-old, Graham Patton, has both eyes blacked out, his nose swollen and bandages all over his face following an attack in South Memphis. "I mean he doesn't even look like the same person at all," Neysa Anderson, the victim's stepsister, said. Police said the attack happened on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at the Pendleton Pines Apartments near Pendleton and Ketchum. According to officers, Patton took a walk outside around 11 p.m. when two men he did not know came out of nowhere. "Something along the lines of 'hey white boy what are you doing around here? You're not supposed to be here' or something and that was it," Anderson explained. Anderson said Patton was knocked to the ground and severely beaten. "It completely crushed his entire sinus cavity. Like his -- all the bones under his eyes, his face were all completely crushed," Anderson said. Police said the bad guys who did the crime are still out there on the streets. "I was just very afraid," Michael Patton, the victim's father, said. Michael Patton lives in East Tennessee but said over the phone he has one question for his son's attackers. "Why? Why would you do something like that to somebody that had no reason to be attacking? Doesn't make sense," Michael Patton asked. The allegedracially motivated attack also did not make sense to people who live in that community. Neighbors said although crime happens there, people do not usually beat up others because of their skin color. "He wasn't robbed. There was nothing taken. It seemed to be just a violent hate crime," Anderson concluded. - (Black-on-white) - (Hatecrimes)
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  • Psalm 140:1 - Deliver me, O LORD, from evil men; preserve me from violent men


  Italy: A Senegalese immigrant has been detained over the strangulation death of US woman Ashley Olsen
Cheikh Tidiane DiawAshley Olsenjust hours after investigators returned to her Florence apartment to search for clues identifying her killer. The 35-year-old was found nude on her bed in her rented apartment on Saturday after her boyfriend had the owner open the door, alarmed the woman had failed to respond to phone calls. The body had bruises and scratches on the neck, and an autopsy determined she had been strangled with a cord or a rope. The Italian news agency ANSA reported police detained the suspect on Wednesday based on DNA evidence taken from the scene. Investigators had narrowed in on the suspect using surveillance cameras along the route from the nightclub that showed them together Friday morning, a day before Olsen's body was found. The man was known to authorities for being involved in the local drug scene. Authorities released no other details. - (Black-on-white)
  
  • (African) Man arrested in connection with death of American woman in Italy: Prosecutor
    The suspect, Cheikh Tidiane Diaw, was arrested at his home Wednesday night, chief prosecutor Giuseppe Creazzo announced at a press conference. DNA evidence linked to the suspect was found in a condom and on a cigarette at Olsen's house, where Diaw's fingerprints were also found, Creazzo said. Diaw had taken Olsen's phone and put his SIM card in it, and was using the device when he was arrested, the prosecutor said. Police believe that Olsen and Diaw, an illegal immigrant from Senegal who was born in 1988, had met at the city's Montecarla nightclub and left to go back to Olsen's place together, where they had consensual sex, Creazzo said.
  • Illegal immigrant 'screamed "you have treated me like a dog" before punching and strangling American artist to deathin jealous drug-fueled frenzy' after sex in her Italian apartment. An illegal immigrant has confessed to killing American artist Ashley Olsen in her Italian apartment, who was punched and strangled with a USB cord in what police say was a jealous 'drug-fueled' frenzy Cheik Tidiane Diaw, 25, told officers he strangled Olsen after the pair had sex when she told him he had to leave because her boyfriend was coming back. Her beloved dog was at her side in its own urine and feces. It was likely a drug-fueled one-night-stand gone wrong. An autopsy revealed that Olsen had sex before she was killed, and there were no signs on her body that she had put up a fight.
  

  (Black) Attempted murderer sentenced, married (to white woman) on same day
Tyrone Lamonte AllenTrisha RomeroPORTLAND, Ore. — Tyrone Lamonte Allen walked into a courtroom with his hands and feet shackled. He wore the county’s standard blue innate uniform. Friends and family sat in the galley. Two corrections deputies escorted Allen to his seat at the defendant’s table. He sat next to his criminal defense attorney. To his right was the senior deputy district attorney who would soon be asking a judge to sentence Allen to 10 years in prison. The wedding that took place Friday inside the Multnomah County Courthouse was certainly very unusual. In November, Allen, 24, was convicted by a jury on charges of attempted murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm. He is a documented Rollin’ 60’s gang member. After the sentencing, Silver directed the 5-minute wedding ceremony between Allen and Trisha Romero. It was a typical wedding ceremony, except for the fact that Romero and Allen were not allowed to touch each other or exchange rings.
  
  


  (Queer black faggot) , 51, charged in homosexual assault of 14-year-old boy in hospital bathroom
Lorenzo WilliamsA 51-year-old man is charged in the sexual attack of a young boy at a Tuscaloosa hospital. The assault happened Dec. 21 at DCH Regional Medical Center. Tuscaloosa police Lt. Teena Richardson said the assault happened 14-year-boy was visiting a family member in the hospital. The boy went into a restroom in one of the waiting room areas and was followed by Lorenzo Williams, she said. Williams then had forcible sex with the boy. The victim was initially treated to the emergency room at DCH, then transferred to Children's of Alabama. The department's Juvenile Division arrested Williams, of Tuscaloosa, earlier today. He is charged with second-degree sodomy and is being held in the Tuscaloosa County Jail with bond set at $30,000.

  (Black) Suspect accused of raping and kidnapping his former Sunday school teacher slated for hearing
Vasquez Dominique HayesA man accused of raping his former Sunday school teacher at gunpoint during a November break-in at her home in Texarkana, Ark., made a brief court appearance. Vasquez Dominique Hayes, 21, is facing two counts of rape, single counts of kidnapping, aggravated robbery, aggravated residential burglary and two counts of theft of property for forcing his way into a 33-year-old woman's home in the early morning hours of Nov. 22. The woman told investigators she was led to a bedroom where she was raped. The alleged victim said she was forced to ride in her car as Hayes drove to an ATM and ordered her to withdraw $500. After seeing photos of Hayes after his arrest, the woman contacted investigators and told them she had been Hayes' Sunday school teacher though Hayes had not attended services at her church for several years.

 

  Spokane Police: Man arrested for randomly stabbing woman at Goodwill Outlet store
Martin L. Burnell SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police were able to arrest the man they say is responsible for stabbing a woman at the Goodwill Outlet store Wednesday night, but they are still trying to figure out why. Police say the stabbing happened at around 6:00 p.m. when a man who had been walking around the store, walked up to a woman and stabbed her multiple times, while saying "Sorry." The suspect then left on foot. While en route to the call, Officer Amy Woodyard saw a man fitting the description of the suspect sitting on the front steps of a closed business, smoking a cigarette. The officer noticed that despite the rain at the time, his clothes were relatively dry. Officer Woodyard stopped and made contact with the man, identified as 25-year-old Martin L. Burnell, and took him into custody without incident. Witnesses gave the victim first-aid until officers arrived. She was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. The victim told officers say did not know Burnell and had never seen him before. At this time, Burnell's motive remains unknown.

 

 Dark Crimes

  Police: Lansdale stabbing suspect pretended to be twin brother
Lance GreenwoodLANSDALE, Pa. -- Lansdale Police say a suspect is now in custody after stabbing a 16-year-old boy Sunday afternoon, then misleading officers by identifying himself as the suspect's twin brother. 33-year-old Lance Greenwood is awaiting arraignment on charges including simple and aggravated assault and providing false identification. Police say Greenwood and the teen victim were play fighting at a home in the unit block of East Main Street in Lansdale when Greenwood left the room and came back with a knife. He then stabbed the victim once in the chest. Police were called, and arriving officers took the teen to Abington Memorial Hospital in serious but stable condition. Investigators say Greenwood was still in the house when they arrived. When they asked for identification from everyone in the house, police say Greenwood gave them the driver's license of his identical twin brother.

  4 Drunk Driving Arrests, 1 Woman: Police
Tyra MartinDelaware State Police say a woman convicted three times of drunken driving has been arrested again for driving under the influence. Police say 33-year-old Tyra Martin of Dover was arrested early Sunday after a trooper saw a vehicle being driven erratically as it left the parking lot of a Camden restaurant. Authorities say the trooper smelled alcohol after stopping Martin, who was alone in the vehicle. Police say they subsequently determined that Martin had been convicted of DUI twice in 2006 and again in 2013.

  Bronx’s ‘public enemy No. 1’ faces life in prison on murder charge
Ruben PizzaroThe Bronx’s violent “public enemy No. 1” has been taken down on federal charges stemming from a broad-daylight murder of a rival gang member and an armed carjacking on New Year’s Eve. Ruben Pizzaro made a brief appearance in Manhattan federal court Wednesday afternoon as Judge James Francis told the 23-year-old gang member he faces up to life in prison on the pair of charges against him. Pizzaro — who sported a soft cast on his left arm — is accused of gunning down David Rivera around 9:15 a.m. Nov. 24 at 175th Street and Crotona Avenue in The Bronx, according to the federal complaint.
  

  This (dark Hispanic) gang member is actually lucky cops arrested him
Ruben PizzaroAn on-the-lam Bronx killer is lucky the cops found him first, authorities said Tuesday. “We weren’t the only ones looking for him — other gang members are looking for him, too,” said NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce, referring to the capture of accused murderer Ruben Pizzaro, 23. Pizzaro was nabbed nearly two months after riddling a foe with bullets in Tremont and then carjacking a van and robbing and shooting its driver on New Year’s Eve in Inwood, cops said. “This guy will shoot in the middle of the day. He is cold-blooded,” Boyce said.
  


  
  

  Suspeced illegal immigrant pleads in sexual abuse case
Pedro Ramirez RochaRUSSELLVILLE – Authorities said a Franklin County man who is being held by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service pleaded guilty this morning to assaulting a girl in 2014. Franklin County court officials said Pedro Ramirez Rocha, 43, 100 Town and Country Trailer Park Lot A1, Russellville, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault. Rocha was indicted in September 2015 on four counts of sexual abuse of a child under 12. The plea agreement was finalized with the blessings of the victim’s family. He said the girl is now 11, but the family didn’t want to put her through the stress of testimony and going through a trial. 

  

 
  • German Politician Sends Bus With Refugees to Merkel
    A bus carrying 31 Syrian refugees arrived from southern Germany in Berlin on Thursday night as a district councilor in Bavaria followed up on his pledge to Chancellor Angela Merkel that he'd send refugees her way if his district could no longer provide accommodation for them.

  Federal agent says Iraqi refugee wanted to bomb Texas malls 
Omar Faraj Saeed Al HardanAn Iraqi refugee who is facing charges that he tried to help the Islamic State group wanted to set off bombs at two Houston malls and was learning how to make electronic transmitters that could be used to detonate explosive devices, a federal agent has testified. Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, who came to Houston from Iraq in 2009, was indicted last week on three charges, including attempting to provide support to a designated terrorist organization. He pleaded not guilty to all three charges during a court appearance on Wednesday.
  

 
 
 

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  • NYC: Kosher confusion at (new black speaker) Heastie’s breakfast spread.
    New Speaker Carl E. HeastieNew Speaker Carl E. Heastie“For the past decade, (disgraced)(Jewish) Sheldon Silver won high praise for the sumptuous kosher spread he laid out.” Our source fondly recalled that in the past, “People feasted on bagels and lox and talked politics, it was a hoot!” But this time around, “New Speaker Carl E. Heastie served a lavish spread that wasn’t in the kosher tradition . . . Bacon, sausage and ham were on the menu,” said the tref-averse insider. One upstate spy sniffed of the spread, “At least there are bagels and cream cheese.” (Silver, facing up to 130 years in prison, could end up missing the good grub.)
  • (New Speaker) Heastie’s Albany Reception: Not Even a Kosher Table
    Orthodox Jewish leaders attending Gov. Cuomo’s State of the State address were shocked to find that, in addition to a non-kosher meal, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie had not even gone out of his way to set aside a kosher table for them. In contrast to former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s all-kosher reception, Heastie’s breakfast included distinctly non-kosher items such as bacon and ham.

 

 

 
 

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  • Civil War Battle of the Crater turned a brilliant plan into self-inflicted defeat
    Brigadier Gen. James Ledlie had the distinction of being one of the most drunken cowards in the Union officer corps. This was to have terrible consequences. Ledlie was drunk and hiding in a bunker in the rear, and his leaderless division ran into the crater instead of around it.
    The supreme irony of the battle was that despite the efforts to spare the lives of black troops from politically inconvenient slaughter, the utter failure of the lead wave to force the breach lead to terrible casualties for the black units they had replaced.

  Jury will decide fate of Asian cop who fatally shot unarmed black man in stairwell 
Peter LiangA ​Brooklyn jury will decide the fate of an NYPD officer charged with accidentally killing an unarmed man in 2014 while on patrol, the cop’s lawyer said. Peter Liang, 27, will stand trial later this month in Brooklyn Supreme Court on manslaughter and ot
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