War crime victims Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom
Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
I thank my partner-in-crime, David in TN, for this article.
Supremes reject Vanessa Coleman’s appeal bid
By Jamie Satterfield
May 19, 2015
The Tennessee Supreme Court is saying no way, no how to a bid by Vanessa Coleman to convince the high court to review her case.
Coleman was the lone female charged in the January 2007 torture slayings of Channon Christian, 21, and Christopher Newsom, 23. The other three defendants – her boyfriend, his pal and his brother – will never walk out of prison alive.
[That’s almost certainly not true. “Ringleader” Lemaricus Davidson has been sentenced to die, but the chances of that coming to pass are slim and none. And anyone who doesn’t get it, is a candidate for parole. Davidson’s half-brother Letalvis Cobbins was sentenced to life without parole, plus blah-blah-blah. Here at WEJB/NSU, we refer to “life without parole” as “life until parole.” Cobbins is now only about 30, and is likely to be paroled sometime in the next 20 years. If the dictator calling himself “Barack Obama” has his way, Cobbins will be freed, along with a million or so violent, colored criminals in a year or two. “His pal” refers to George Thomas who, according to Coleman’s police interrogation, shot and killed Christopher Newsom with Davidson and Eric Boyd, each of whom fired one shot into Newsom.
I covered Thomas’ May, 2013 retrial for VDARE, at which he was re-convicted, and sentenced to life with the possibility of parole. Officially, he could get out in 43 years. In reality, look for him to be out in 20 years or less.]
Coleman, on the other hand, is serving a 35-year sentence. She’s already been up for parole, though her request was denied. [She’ll be released in a few years, though she should’ve gotten the death penalty.]
Last year, the state Court of Criminal Appeals cast off various legal challenges to her convictions on lesser charges in the horrific crimes. Most were pretty lame, especially when one considers a jury cut her a humongous break despite her callous journal entry calling her time inside the little shop of Chipman Street horrors as “one hell of an adventure.”
War criminal Vanessa Coleman at her sentencing hearing after her first conviction, on May 13, 2010