Apr 18, 2014

Resorting to Prayer to Stop the Black Violence


Sandy Hook or the Aurora, Colorado “Dark Knight Rises” mass shootings were perpetrated by white males, who obviously suffered from mental illness.

They were tragedies, but neither city suffered property depreciation from these incidents.

They were abnormal, atypical reminders that crazy people live among us; and that we should bring back state-supported institutions for the mentally ill, to protect society from those delusional individuals. . . . Read more

Black Mob Stomps White Girl at Fair, While She Screams and Begs for Her Life


The headline says it all.

The attack was captured on video. This stuff has been going on a long time you can learn more here: "Black Mob Violence at Local Fairs."

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Two Blacks Arrested for Beating 89-Year-Old White Woman, Leaving Bloody Footprint on Her Face


Two people have been arrested after an 89-year-old woman . . . was beaten so badly a bloody footprint was left on her face. . . .

She had seven broken ribs, a broken nose and bleeding of the brain, according to her granddaughter.

Arrested were Terrio Pope, 19, and Ramon Huntley, 17, both of West Memphis.

Both are charged as adults with Aggravated Residential Burglary, Battery 1st Degree and . . . Read more

Two Black Males Invade Home of 84-Year-Old White Man, Beat and Rob Him


. . . police are investigating a home invasion robbery at the home of a local Seafair icon.

Police say an 84-year-old man was held at gunpoint by two men wearing ski masks, who they say kicked the older man when he was thrown to the ground in a scuffle.

Neighbors say the . . . home is owned by Sven Ellstrom, the owner of Ellstrom Manufacturing.

He’s also . . . Read more

Trial Date Moved for Black Suspect Charged with Murdering His White 'Girlfriend'


A 5th District Court Judge on Tuesday rescheduled a five-day jury trial for a 52-year-old Cedar City man accused of killing his girlfriend to give attorneys more time to prepare for trial.

Judge John Walton agreed to continue Kerry Lynn Richardson’s court date initially slated for May 19 to after the first of July. The change would allow the prosecution and defense . . . Read more