Saturday, December 05, 2015
Black Robber-Murderer Uses “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot Defense!” ‘I was Acting in Self-Defense, because the White People I was Robbing and Slaughtering were Using Excessive Force’!
By Nicholas Stix
I thank my partner-in-crime David in TN, for this story.
This reminds me of the black cop-killer whose family claims he only killed a white cop “in self-defense.”
This is the current, black definition of “self-defense”: If a white person tries to defend himself against a black killer, or a white cop tries to arrest a black criminal, the black has a right to kill the white, in “self-defense.” However, no white ever has the same right. Like I always say, as far as blacks are concerned, they have a license to kill whites, while whites have a duty to die at their hands.
One of the She's A Pistol murder defendants claims self-defense
By Andres Gutierrez, Ariel Rothfield
5:19 AM, Dec 4, 2015
5:46 PM, Dec 4, 2015
JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. - One of the suspects charged in the shooting death of She's A Pistol owner Jon Bieker is asking for immunity.
De'Anthony Wiley claims he shot Bieker in self-defense.
Wiley's two attorneys filed a motion for immunity Thursday against the felony murder charge their client faces. In it is the explanation of self-defense laws in Kansas and it lays out why Wiley should be immune.
According to the court document, Wiley claims Bieker continued to shoot at him and the other suspects despite telling Bieker he surrendered.
Wiley said he was shot in the spine and paralyzed, leaving him unable to escape. The attorneys wrote their client had no choice but use force in self-defense.
They also said that the force that Bieker and his wife, Becky Bieker, used was excessive to protect their store.
"De'Anthony surrendered his life, he gave up the first time," said Cedrick Gipson, Wiley's uncle, outside the courthouse Friday. "He told them, 'I give up,' and then you continue to shoot a man, you're shooting to kill. After he gave up the first time they should have left it at that."
In August, Wiley was set to plead guilty.
Wiley's next court appearance is scheduled for January 27.
"We believe the evidence will show that these men entered our business to commit a crime," said Becky Beiker, Jon's widow who was inside of the store at the time of the shooting. "They came into rob our store. They had a plan, they had guns and they were prepared to carry out that plan.”
Andres Gutierrez can be reached at email@example.com .
DeAnthony Wiley’s lawyers got him some phony eyeglasses, to make him look like a rocket scientist. Outfitting a client with the scholar-look is a typical defense lawyer tactic, when defending an evil, racist, black murderer with an IQ in the 70s.