Saturday, July 26, 2014

Wichita Horror: Carr Brothers “Exonerated”! Kansas Supreme Court Justices Find Pretext to Thwart Justice for Five Murder Victims; Huffington Post "Disappears" the Victims, and Blocks/Deletes Thousands of Comments


Left: Clockwise from top left: Jason Befort, Heather Miller, Aaron Sandler, Bradley Heyka; right: Ann Walenta. The Carr Brothers murdered them all, as well as gang-raping Miller and another woman who miraculously survived, when the gunshot meant to kill her instead glanced off a steel hairpin. She then lay on snow on a frozen football field, playing dead. As soon as the Carrs drove away, she ran naked through the snow, to knock on doors. When a family let her inside, in spite of her bleeding profusely form her head wound, she insisted that the people wait to listen to her recounting of the Carrs' description and their crimes before going to call 911, because she was afraid she was going to die, and that the could get away with it their crimes. The victim survived and recuperated from her wounds, and later met the only other surviving victim of the Carrs. The two victims fell in love, and married. On a microcosmic level of resurrection following an atrocity, it was analogous to me to Israel arising from the ashes of the Holocaust.

These are the Kansas Department of Corrections mugshots of racist mass murderer/gang-rapists Jonathan and Reginald Carr that the Huffington Post published at the top of the story below, but the HP blew the pictures up to about 20 times the size I'm publishing. You'd think these monsters were heroes.

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thanks to my partner-in-crime, David in TN, for this article.

“Exonerated” alludes to the promoters of the Central Park Five Hoax, who have maintained that, since the five attackers’ convictions and sentences were “vacated,” that they were therefore “exonerated.” Nothing of the sort was true, but in the world of racial socialism, it ain’t over ‘til the black felon wins. The Carr Brothers' sentences were likewise vacated by the Kansas Supreme Court.

Ten years ago, the Kansas Supreme Court illegally “repealed” the state’s death penalty law; the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the KSC. It then took 10 years for six justices on the KSC to find yet another pathetically flimsy pretext to subvert justice by overturning the Carrs’ death sentence. If the case were so obvious, it would have been 14 years ago. Now, they’re claiming that the killers should have had separate death penalty hearings (they had one joint hearing).

The reason the black-robed thugs didn’t come up with this story 10 or 14 years ago, is because then they were banking on abolishing the death penalty, in toto.

It’s all a game to these mooks. Every 10 or so years, they will move the goalposts yet again, so as to waste the maximum amount of taxpayer money, and in the hopes that the racist monsters die in prison, without justice ever being meted out to them.

In reality, these corrupt, racist judges are against the death penalty for blacks who murdered whites.

Note that, as usual, the wikicensors have kept the entry at The Pretend Encyclopedia clean of any pictures of killers or victims. But that won’t satisfy Racist Black Cut-Throat Fan Club at the Huffington Post, so they posted 13 photographs, including huge ones of the killers, at the top of the story, but completely disappeared their victims, who are neither depicted nor even named.

Kansas Supreme Court Overturns Brothers' Death Sentences in “Wichita Massacre”
Reuters/Huffington Post
July 25, 2014 1:20 p.m. EDT; updated July 25, 2014 3:59 p.m. EDT

CHICAGO, July 25 (Reuters) - The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned death sentences for two brothers convicted in the 2000 execution-style murder of four people on a snowy soccer field in Wichita, ruling that the trial judge erred in refusing to conduct separate penalty phases for the two men.

Jonathan and Reginald Carr were sentenced to death in 2002. Their December 2000 crime spree, known as the Wichita Massacre, included the kidnapping of three men and two women in a home invasion that included rape and sexual humiliation.

The five victims were shot in the head; one survived.

The court affirmed some of the convictions against the two brothers, including murder, but vacated the death penalty for both of them, sending the case back to district court for new sentencing.

"The Eighth Amendment was violated in this capital case when the district judge refused to sever the penalty phase of the proceedings," the court wrote in the ruling.

The Supreme Court said the mitigation cases of the two men were at least partially antagonistic, so they should have been treated separately, and said the joint treatment allowed evidence against both of them that might have been excluded in separate proceedings.

Six judges on the seven-member court joined the majority opinion on overturning the death penalty, while one dissented. (Reporting by Fiona Ortiz; Editing by Leslie Adler)

Nicholas Stix

The Carr Brothers violated seven people. They murdered five; committed attempted murder against a sixth; beat a seventh almost to death; and gang-raped two women. Every one of their victims was white. They had no interest in victimizing non-whites. Why are there 13 pictures here, but not one picture of their white victims, none of whom is named?

That was a rhetorical question.

Nicholas Stix, Uncensored
[This was the last of five comments I sought to to post at HP, but the only one the censors didn’t block.]

Jeff Mellott

A day of celebration for the Left. How perverse.

Andrew Steele

Your hatred is more perverse.

Calvin Birmingham

More like a celebration for justice. As MLK said an injustice for one is an injustice for us all.

Thomas Egan

Yeah.. We're totally out partying in the streets, man.

Nicholas Stix
[To] Andrew Steele

What hatred has he shown, as opposed to you? When you racial socialists call your opponents haters, you’re engaging in the purest projection.

Nicholas Stix, Uncensored [Blocked by censors.]

Nicholas Stix

[To] Calvin Birmingham

So, you’re saying that MLK supported racist, black mass murderers? If not, what on earth were you saying, with that idiotic platitude? Are you on auto-pilot? I don‘t know about MLK, but one thing I do know is that YOU support racist, black mass murderers.

Nicholas Stix, Uncensored [Blocked by censors.]

John Hoke

A real credit to their gene pool.
Michael James Allison

It is not their fault they have a extra chromosome...

Savior Jebus Farmer

[To] Michael James Allison hey Mongo looked in the mirror lately?

Susan Layser

These two should never get out of prison. The crime they committed is haunting, in the worst possible way. I believe life in prison is the worst punishment particularly if one is looking at a lot of years to go before being old

Krystel Smalls

Stories like this are why I love living in Texas. The state of Texas would have them turned to dust by now.

There's no reason the taxpayers should be forced to keep these monsters alive.

Michael James Allison

Put them in general pop. problem solved...

David Mini

Too bad the people whos home they invaded werent armed maybe there would be a different ending to the story

Jeff Mellott

Why can't the penalty phase be redone--- just like a retrial/

Patrick Black

This is what happens when you let coons run wild

Vernon Willis

Go burn a cross cretin.

Shwah Kram

^ This is typical shameful conservative America for you. Christians with a unquenchable thirst for violence and strife against all that are not white Christian and rich.

Vernon Willis

Did you read what these two did?

Susan Layser

Racism is now considered to be child-abuse of the worst kind. That baby, if yours, can be confiscated if the State learns about you. I really hope that baby isn't yours.

Linda McNinch Escue

[To] Shwah Kram Race has nothing to do with it unless you are Racist

Nicholas Stix

[To] Shwah Kram

Are you saying that a rich, white, Christian poster (actually you know nothing about his religion or income) committed mass murder and gang-rape against non-whites?

Who might that fiend be?

But this story is about racist, mass-murdering, gang-raping blacks who exclusively targeted whites. Do you really think that you can just reverse the story and the morality, as if no one knew who had committed this racist atrocity, or who the victims were?

Nicholas Stix, Uncensored [Blocked by censors.]

Nicholas Stix

[To] Susan Layser

You’re a bald-faced liar.

Nicholas Stix, Uncensored [Blocked by censors.]


Anonymous said...

The defense will hope that the Carr boys will get life instead of death at the new penalty phase and then will be eligible for parole in a few years. From death to life then parole in a few years. It has happened before.

David In TN said...

I sent you a couple of news items on the SCOTUS affirming the death sentences. The Kansas Supreme Court knew what they wanted when they took up the case, overturning the death sentence. They worked backward to get their desired result.

By the way, Gawker whined about Justice Scalia detailing the crime and evidence while writing the opinion.