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Monday, June 18, 2012

More on Racist Black Cop-Killer Dejon White: Officer Jeremy Henwood Died as a Direct Result of Police’s Pandering to Minority Crime Supporters’ Demand

That Cops Stop Chasing Speeding Crooks; MSM Cover Up Contents of Killer’s Long Suicide Note, Lie about His Motive
 

San Diego Police Officer Jeremy Henwood survived combat in Afghanistan, only to fall to an ambush by unlawful combatant Dejon White at home
 

War victim Martin Hanna survived having his face blown off

 

“San Diego Police officers stand at the ready with their weapons outside of the home where a suspect was holed up. He had allegedly shot a San Diego Police officer on 45th and University. — John Gastaldo” [Nothing “alleged” about it.]
 

Racist terrorist, Dejon Marquee White

 

Flowers placed on the San Diego Police Officers Memorial at the San Diego Police Department Headquarters in memory of San Diego Police Officer Jeremy Henwood, shot and fatally wounded Saturday afternoon while on patrol in City Heights. His assailant, Dejon Marquee White, was later killed by police. — Howard Lipin
 

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“San Diego: Black Terrorist Dejon Marquee White, 23, “Assassinated” Police Officer Jeremy Henwood in His Squad Car, Just After Shooting Raceless Victim Martin Hanna, in the Latter’s Vehicle.”]

By Nicholas Stix

Note that LAPD Chief William Bratton threw his considerable prestige and influence behind the movement to stop cops from chasing speeding bad guys.

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Saturday, August 20, 2011
White police officer killed in unprovoked racially motivated double shooting
White Information Network (WIN)
News for Whites Worldwide

White police officer killed in unprovoked racially motivated double shooting.

This McDonald security camera photo shows officer Jeremy Henwood buying lunch for a ten year old boy minutes before he is murdered. Photo from Fox News.

Jeremy Henwood, a white police officer in San Diego, California was murdered in an unprovoked attack by a black thug. The thug, Dejon White, is suspected of critically wounding another white police officer one day earlier. The only motivation appears to be racial hatred of white people.

Henwood was a captain in the US Marine Corps, who had recently returned from active duty in Afghanistan.

There has been a shocking rise in anti-police spree shootings in 2011. In every case that has been made aware to the staff at cofcc.org, the killer is black and the victims are white.

Officer Henwood was constantly trying to help the local community. Just minutes before he was killed he bought lunch for a young black child, whom he thought was being neglected by his parents.

After leaving McDonalds, a car pulled behind Henwood’s patrol car and flashed his lights. Henwood pulled over and rolled his window down.

Officer Martin Hanna was parking his car when a man walked up to the driver side window and shot him in the face. Dejon White is believed to be the perpetrator. Photo from NBC San Diego.

[This was a mistake by NBC San Diego, which I also re-posted. Martin Hanna wasn’t a cop.]

Dejon White, a local black male gangbanger pulled up next to Henwood and shot him to death.

As police hunted for Dejon White, he waited in the parking lot of another burger joint with his girlfriend and a shotgun on his lap. He was killed in a shoot out with police.

Officer Martin Hanna was maimed by a shotgun blast in the face at pointblank range. He is fighting for his life at a local hospital. Police believe the same thug shot him.

POSTED BY MICHAEL WEAVER AT 11:39 AM 0 COMMENTS

[N.S.: Michael Weaver is political prisoner Michael Carothers.]

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Minutes Before Ambushing White Officer Jeremy Henwood, Dejon White Ambushed White Civilian Martin Hanna, Blowing the Man’s Face Off; As of August 11, Hanna Had Undergone 14 Reconstructive Surgeries to His Face, with Many More to Come
By Nicholas Stix

“Gunfire has forever changed Martin Hanna’s life….

[N.S.: Make that: Black racism has forever changed Martin Hanna’s life.]

“And still, no one really knows why he was targeted at this In’n’Out Burger by Dejon White Saturday night.”

[Make that: Everyone knows why he was targeted.]

As for this investigation, police say they are getting conflicting reports from witnesses. Some say

So now, they are also trying to flush through everything, to find out exactly what happened, and of course, why.

[The last thing police want to “find out” is why White shot Hanna. Besides, they already know.]

KSWB/Fox5 “reporter” Juliet Vara

 


 

'In-N-Out' shooting victim undergoes 14th surgery
Comments 0 [Yeah, right.]
KSWB/FOX 5 San Diego Staff
8:53 a.m. PDT, August 10, 2011

SAN DIEGO - An El Cajon man was recuperating Wednesday in a trauma center after his 14th reconstructive surgery since Saturday, when he was shot in the face during [sic] two-city shooting rampage that also left a policeman dead.

Martin Hanna, 22, underwent extensive reconstructive surgery and was expected to recover, according to police.

"[Hana] is a good kid and has a long way to recover," his sister told Fox 5 News. Hana has lost his teeth and other identifying characteristics of his face, according to his sister. He communicates by writing and other non-verbal cues, she said.

Hana was sitting in his vehicle outside an In-N-Out fast food restaurant on North Magnolia Avenue in El Cajon when 23-year-old Dejon Marquee White approached and opened fire on him for unknown reasons shortly before 5:30 p.m. Saturday, according to police.

The community instantly came together when word spread of the shooting.

"Immediately, I went to church and started to establish prayer service," said Father Michael Bazzi of St. Peter Caldhean Catholic Cathedral. "We feel like family, when one person hurts – we all hurt."

"We don't know what's going on in the investigation," his sister said. "We are learning more through the news."

Less than 15 minutes after Hana had been shot, White pulled up next to a San Diego police patrol car stopped at a traffic light at University Avenue and 45th Street in City Heights and allegedly shot the officer behind the wheel, 36-year-old Jeremy Henwood.

Henwood, a four-year member of the SDPD, was mortally wounded. He was pronounced dead of a head wound at Scripps Mercy Hospital at 1:40 a.m. Sunday.

The rampage ended shortly after 6 p.m., when police found White's vehicle near his apartment in the 4000 block of 48th Street. When confronted by officers, White allegedly grabbed his shotgun, prompting them to shoot him.

White died on the spot. A suicide note was found in his apartment, but it did not contain any mention of what he planned to do and no possible motive for the rampage, police said.

[So, what did it say? I don’t believe this part of the report.]

The alleged gunman's mother, Tamica Berason, expressed sorrow and regret over the shootings.

"I just want to apologize to the two other families, and (say) I'm sad that this happened,'' Berason said.

Berason described her son's actions as shocking and completely out of character.

[Well, at least the mother’s not a monster. She didn’t try and excuse his crimes.]

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Video with Interview with Racist Killer’s Mother, by Juliet Vara

Suspected cop killer's family baffled by rampage
By Juliet Vara
9:05 a.m. PDT, August 9, 2011
KSWB/Fox5 San Diego
Comments 0 [Another big story with no comments; what’s the likelihood of that?]

SAN DIEGO -- The mother of a 23-year-old man killed by police after a shooting rampage that left an officer dead and another man shot in the face said she is struggling with make sense of the violence.

Tamica Berason said she saw her son, Dejon White, Saturday morning, just hours before police say he shot a man in the face in the parking lot of an El Cajon In-and-Out restaurant, and minutes later, pulled up next to a San Diego police squad car and shot Office4r [sic] Jeremy Henwood in the head.

"He came the day it happened," Berason said. "He watered my grass. he [sic] washed his brothers [sic] car, he washed his car, and told me he'd be back."

But White never came back. A couple that witnessed White shoot Henwood rushed to aid the mortally wounded officer. As the husband tried to administer first aid, his wife used the police radio to call for help.

"There's an officer shot. There's an officer shot. He's still breathing," she said.

The woman also radioed a description of the gunman's car, which helped police track [sic] When he refused to surrender and instead grabbed his shotgun, several officers opened fire, killing him, police said.

"I'm so sorry for everybody for this whole thing happening," Berason said Monday through tears. "I don't understand. He was always never giving me any trouble."

White had a series of minor run-ins with the law, but his mother said he seemed to be pulling his life together.

[“Minor” means he never killed anyone before. He was just getting his life together is a classic, remembrance-of- thugs-past line.]

"He wasn't drinking or doing any drugs or anything,'' Berason said. "He was getting his life on track. He was working, and he had his own apartment.''

White had been working with the Urban Corps since January, learning construction skills. The group's CEO, Sam Duran, released a statement Monday expressing shock and sadness about White's deadly rampage.

[“Urban Corps” means for blacks and Hispanics; no whiteys permitted, though whiteys must pay for it. Your trillions of tax dollars at work.]

"There was no indication that Dejon had anger or other issues. He got along well with his fellow Corpsmembers. He had applied to City College and had recently been scheduling and attending job interviews. He was a hopeful applicant to a construction apprenticeship and was on the waiting list for our solar panel installation crew," Duran wrote. "It seemed that Dejon had goals and was making real strides in his life."

[Everything White was in line to get, he was getting due to black racial privilege.]

Duran said that White suddenly stopped work and training sessions last week, which was out of character.

"The events that transpired came as a total shock to all of us. The Urban Corps mission is to provide a second chance to young people and instill the importance of civic responsibility, and so it terribly heartbreaking for us that this young man went down such a sudden, violent path, taking an innocent civil servant with him and causing pain to so many," Duran said.

[“The Urban Corps mission is to provide a second chance to young people and instill the importance of civic responsibility…”

English translation, from a former member of such a program: The Urban Corps mission is to provide a second chance to young black and brown offenders, and draw them away from a life of crime. Unfortunately, as I learned both first hand and through my research, many such programs are run by genocidal racial supremacists who lead their charges right back to racist violence.]

Police said they found a rambling suicide note in White's apartment, but it didn't provide a motive for the shooting spree. Investigators did not know if White knew Martin Hanna, the 22-year-old man he allegedly shot in the face.

Hanna underwent extensive reconstructive surgery and was expected to survive, police said.

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Cop killer left two-page suicide note
By Kristina Davis, Debbi Baker , and Susan Shroder
August 7, 2011, 3:43 p.m.; updated at 7:28 p.m.
San Diego Union-Tribune

[The headline is of a story about the killer’s long suicide note, but the story tells us nothing about it. Talk about a bait-and-switch!]

Donations

Donations to the family can be made to the Officer Jeremy Henwood Family Trust.
Checks can be made out to the San Diego Police Officers Association, with “Jeremy Henwood” written in the memo line. Donations can be sent to: Jeremy Henwood Family Trust, care of San Diego Police Officers Association, 8388 Vickers St., San Diego, CA, 92111. Donations can also be made online at sdpoa.org.

If you knew San Diego police Officer Jeremy Henwood and would like to share memories of him, please e-mail breaking@uniontrib.com or call the breaking news line at (619) 293-1010.

We are also seeking information about Martin Hanna, who was shot and is hospitalized.

SAN DIEGO — A two-page suicide note was found in the City Heights apartment of a young man suspected of shooting a customer in the face at an In-N-Out parking lot Saturday, then pulling alongside a San Diego police officer and shooting him in the head, authorities said Sunday.

The first victim is expected to survive his injuries, but the shotgun round fired at Officer Jeremy Henwood proved fatal. Both appear to be random victims of violence at the hands of Dejon Marquee White, a 23-year-old with a record of minor offenses, who was later shot dead by police, authorities said. [English translation of “random victims of violence”: Racially targeted victims of violence.]

“This officer had no contact with the person who shot him before the incident occurred. He apparently had no indication of danger,” Police Chief William Lansdowne said at a news conference Sunday afternoon. “This was an assassination.”

[Graphic: Map and timeline of shooting events]

Henwood, 36, was a captain in the Marine reserves who had just returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan. He was hired by the San Diego Police Department in 2007 and worked patrol in the mid-city division.

The officer is the second in the department to be shot and killed in the line of duty in 10 months.

“On behalf of all San Diegans, I offer my deep condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Officer Jeremy Henwood, who was killed in the line of duty yesterday,” San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders said Sunday in a statement.

“This tragedy is another grim reminder that our police officers put their lives on the line every day to protect our community, and we are grateful for their courage and sacrifice,” said Sanders, the city’s police chief for six years during the 1990s.

As many as 15 doctors and nurses worked to save the life of Henwood at Scripps Mercy Hospital in Hillcrest, but “it became very clear later in the night that there was nothing they could do,” Lansdowne said.

Henwood’s patrol team rotated sitting at his bedside. His parents and brother flew in from Texas Sunday, while his sister traveled from Canada. Henwood died at 1:42 a.m. Sunday.

The family was sequestered at a hotel and asked for privacy, the chief said.

The suicide note found in White’s apartment on 48th Street, not far from where the officer was shot, indicated he was going to kill himself but did not detail the methods or his reasons, said homicide Capt. Jim Collins.

Investigators could not provide any other motive for the shootings, and said White was believed to have been acting alone.

Sheriff’s Department records show a misdemeanor arrest warrant for evading a payment of a public transportation fare was issued for White on Friday. The bail amount was set for $1,156.

White’s probation on a theft conviction ended in 2009, said county Probation Chief Mack Jenkins.

The fatal series of incidents started at 5:22 p.m. on the outskirts of El Cajon.
Martin Hanna, 22, and a female acquaintance had just left the burger restaurant near Magnolia and Bradley avenues and gotten into their car when a man, later identified as White, parked a few spots away. He walked to their car, armed with a shotgun, and immediately fired a round, striking Hanna in the face.

“It was quick and it was direct,” said sheriff’s Capt. Tim Curran [sic]
White then drove away in his black Audi with paper license plates.

Sheriff’s investigators said there is footage of the incident captured on surveillance cameras.

Hanna was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive, Curran said.

A few minutes later, an El Cajon police officer with no knowledge of the In-N-Out shooting saw a black Audi speeding west on Interstate 8. The officer, who was working a gang detail, gave chase. As the driving became more erratic and the speeds topped 100 mph, a lieutenant monitoring the pursuit called it off for the public’s safety and because the only violation as far as they knew was speeding.

The car was last seen going south on state Route 15.

One minute after the chase was terminated, at 5:29 p.m., dispatchers put an alert out over the radio to San Diego police to look for a black sedan wanted in connection with the In-N-Out shooting.

Three minutes later, “a female citizen got on the radio of one of our police officers and said an officer had been shot at 45th and University,” Collins said.

Collins said Henwood was on routine patrol, heading east of University Avenue, when a car came up behind him and the driver flashed its headlights at him. Possibly thinking it was a motorist in trouble, Henwood pulled into the right lane, and the black Audi came alongside him. The occupant then pointed a shotgun out the passenger’s window and fired one round, hitting Henwood in the head.

A couple with a baby were driving behind Henwood when the shooting occurred and stopped to help.

As the husband tried to render first aid, the wife got on the officer’s radio and reported the shooting. They were able to provide a detailed description of the driver and the car.

Councilman Todd Gloria, who represents that area, called the couple’s efforts “heroic.”

“They helped us to bring justice to this terrible crime,” he said.

Police officers from San Diego and surrounding cities rushed to the scene. A police helicopter circled the neighborhood, broadcasting a description of the car and driver.

About a half-hour later, a woman at an apartment complex on 48th Street called police, saying she’d just had a run-in with a man who indicated to her that he was the suspect. The black Audi was also parked in front.

When the helicopter got overhead, the crew spotted a man armed with a shotgun getting into the car and beginning to drive away. As he headed south on 48th, officers were heading north toward him and blocked the road.

As police approached the vehicle, he grabbed the shotgun, and seven officers fired their weapons, Collins said. The amount of shots fired was not immediately known.

The black car rolled backward down the street and crashed into a wrought iron fence.
White, who was behind the wheel, died at the scene.

Initial witness statements indicated there might have been a second suspect, and a SWAT team surrounded and eventually entered White’s apartment but found it empty.

After further investigation and intensive witness interviews, authorities now believe White acted alone.

Several of White’s family members arrived at the crime scene Sunday morning, visibly upset. They declined to speak with reporters.

Since 1913, 32 San Diego police officers have died in the line of duty.

Before Henwood’s slaying, the last officer killed in the county was San Diego police Officer Christopher Wilson, 50. He was killed in an Oct. 28 shootout after being called to a Skyline apartment to help arrest a man during a probation check.

Three people were charged last month in connection with his death. Alex Charfauros, 27, Patrick Luangrath, 20, and Melissa Ortiz, 22, have pleaded not guilty in San Diego Superior Court to felony charges including murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and other drug- and gun-related charges.

Henwood is also the third San Diego officer to die in as many weeks.

Veteran child abuse Detective Donna Williams, 52, and her 18-year-old daughter, Briana, were stabbed to death in their Rancho Peñasquitos home on July 18, allegedly by a family member suffering from mental illness.

On Aug. 1, Officer David Hall, who was facing trial on DUI and hit-and-run charges, committed suicide at his Clairemont home.

“This has been a very difficult time for us in the San Diego Police Department,” Lansdowne said. “We’ve had several tragic incidents come our way, but I believe a brave department and a brave organization is not judged by the tragedies and difficulties we encounter every day ... but how we handle and manage a situation like this. This department is pulling together once again.”

Staff writer John Wilkens contributed to this report.

2 comments:

PDK said...

My condolences to the Jeremy Henwood family. Apperently yours, a captain no less, was an American patriot.

I can only imagine your loss.

Dejon, you know the name Dejon comes from the mustard bottle don`t you?, and probably from a mustard bottle bought with welfare money or just plain clipped.

It is clear to anyone who pays the minimal attention, that when black people are given irregular names, non traditional white or biblical, but rather African or made up names, many times borrowed from refrigerator products, they usually have a penchant for anti establishment, anti white, socio pathic behavior.

I am glad to hear the cops did what was right, did the world a favor, saved the taxpayer some dough and justly, summarily executed the sub human POS.

Trayvon is one of those FU names blacks give their child, who then goes out into the world starting, and looking for, trouble.

Simply because his parents relagated his life to anti establishment, anti white, anti social behavior by choice of name, his parents, IMO, are quilty and complicit in Trayvons death. The Zimmermans should be sueing the Martins for breeding, feeding and then unleashing him on an unsuspecting society.

I have learned these things on my own simply living my life in the big city. I personally understand the reasoning behind white flight.

The Negroes, as I started calling them a year or two ago, are just to screwed up to be worth dealing with. Thank you.

nana delgado said...

This was a veeeeeeeery rude and racial comment. Dejon was a very intelligent man. This still kills me til this day. Just wish my cousin was still here and yes this situation was all bad but my condolences go out to the officer. #RIPDEJONWHITE your truly missed cousin /-\ I'll see you soon