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Monday, January 04, 2016

A Few Hours into January 3, Affluent Prince George's County, Maryland, Already Had Its Second Murder

By Prince George’s County

Two murders already this year in Prince George's County?

And to think I was raised in this county.

But 40 years ago the county was a whitopia, and almost completely free of all sorts of crime, whether personal or property.

N.S.: Note that although PGC is one of the nation’s wealthiest counties, its crime rate is much higher than that of poor, white areas. The notion that crime, like education, is a mere function of wealth, is one of the biggest lies of the day.

“CLINTON, Md. (ABC7) — For the second time this year, Prince George's County Police are investigating a homicide….”

“Investigators spent hours searching for clues, leaving around 9 a.m. Once officers left, that's when ABC7's Sam Sweeney moved in to shoot this story.
“While filming, Sam came across a smart phone, lying in the leaves just beyond where the body was discovered. He called the police and detectives came back out to re-canvas the scene. Police brought the phone in for evidence.

[The negligence and incompetence of “diverse” crime scene investigators has been a suppressed scandal for at least 40 years. In The List, on the so-called Atlanta child murders, veteran lawman Chet Dettlinger (ghosted by Jeff Prugh) observed that under black rule, Atlanta PD crime scene investigators would leave roughly 50% of the evidence behind at a crime scene, in contrast to white-run departments in neighboring counties (which would eventually also be taken over by blacks).]
 

ABC7 reporter discovers phone at homicide scene in Prince George's County
By Sam Sweeney
January 3rd 2016
WJLA/ABC7

CLINTON, Md. (ABC7) — For the second time this year, Prince George's County Police are investigating a homicide.

In a neighborhood where mostly senior citizens live, a man's body was found Sunday morning lying beside a car in a cul-de-sac in Fort Washington, Md.

Neighbors say they didn't recognize the car or the man from the neighborhood.

Resident Valerie Jackson says she was sound asleep between 3 and 4 a.m., when she woke to a strange noise. She initially thought it was her heater but quickly realized the front of her home was a crime scene.

"I looked out, and saw there was a body out there," she told ABC7.

Jackson says the newspaper delivery man first noticed the man lying next to a car in the 3900 block of Kilbourne Dr. this morning. Police say when they arrived, they found the man suffering from trauma to his body. He was pronounced dead on the scene.

"I'm shocked," Jackson said. "I've been here for six years and nothing like this has ever happened."

Investigators spent hours searching for clues, leaving around 9 a.m. Once officers left, that's when ABC7's Sam Sweeney moved in to shoot this story.

While filming, Sam came across a smart phone, lying in the leaves just beyond where the body was discovered. He called the police and detectives came back out to re-canvas the scene. Police brought the phone in for evidence.

Police are still looking for information on this case as the investigation continues. If you have any information, please contact the Prince George's County Police Department at 301-772-4925 or 1-866-411-TIPS to remain anonymous.

This story has been updated

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