Wednesday, January 06, 2016
Black, Active-Duty, Marine Corporal Arrested After He Allegedly Sexually Harassed, then Murdered Unarmed, White, Female Motorist, in Possible Hate Crime
Suspected war criminal Cpl. Eric Johnson
By Nicholas Stix
I thank all of the friends and reader-researchers who have sent me articles on this racist atrocity. A police spokesman said, “Words were exchanged.” Here’s the English translation: A black driver in an SUV pulls up next to a car with some white sorority girls and a couple of fellas. The 5-6 black men in the SUV start shouting lewd propositions at the white girls, and who tell them they’re out of line, and probably tell them to go screw off. One of the black men responds by shooting sorority sister and designated driver Sara Mutschlechner dead.
The moment I heard who the suspect was, I recalled the Winchester Atrocity (here and here, in which four gang-banging, black supremacists decided to rape the black wife, Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak, of their white, Polish immigrant Marine sergeant, Sgt. Jan Pawel Pietrzak, and torture and murder the newlyweds. Those were racist black monsters who earlier would never have been taken by the Marine Corps. And so it is with Cpl. Eric Johnson.
Marine Arrested in Slaying of Student Shot While Designated-Driving on New Year's
By Emily Shapiro
Jan 5, 2016, 1:15 P.M. ET
A U.S. Marine has been identified as the man taken into custody today in Arizona in connection with the slaying of a 20-year-old University of North Texas student who was shot in the head while designated-driving early New Year's Day.
The Marine Corps identified him as Cpl. Eric Johnson of Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron-1. Johnson was stationed at the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma, Arizona.
Johnson "was taken into custody at approximately 6:30 a.m. at the North Gate of the installation in fulfillment of a warrant issued in connection to an alleged shooting in Denton, Texas," the Marine Corps said. "MCAS Yuma Provost Marshall's Office and Naval Criminal Investigative Service assisted the US Marshal Service and the Yuma Police Department in the detainment of Johnson and remain in support of the US Marshal's ongoing investigation."
The Denton, Texas, Police Department said today that Johnson, 20, was found in Yuma, Arizona, and was served with an arrest warrant this morning.
Denton police said this afternoon that they are still in the early stages of the investigation.
The victim, Sara Mutschlechner, was the designated driver for her friends in Texas in the early morning of New Year's Day when men in a black SUV pulled up next to their car and exchanged words with them, Denton police officer Shane Kizer told ABC News this weekend. The exchange was "peaceful at first," but the suspects then "made some comments towards the girls, and it escalated from there," Kizer said.
Family, Friends Remember Texas College Student Killed in Apparent Road Rage Shooting
[Maybe “road rage” is another phrase that needs retiring.]
College Student Shot, Killed While Serving as Designated Driver on New Year's Eve
Two or three rounds were fired at the young woman's car, and Mutschlechner lost control and crashed into an electrical pole in Denton, Kizer said.
Police were called to the scene just after 2 a.m. and responding officers found Mutschlechner lying on the ground with a gunshot wound to her head. She was taken to the hospital where she was on life support. She died the evening of Jan. 1, Kizer said.
Sara Mutschlechner is pictured in this undated photo.
Mutschlechner, of Martindale, Texas, was a junior at UNT. She described herself on her LinkedIn page as an "avid movie-goer" and majored in radio, television and film with a minor concentration in theater, according to a university spokeswoman.
She was also a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, according to its Facebook page.
Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity
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· January 1 at 10:31pm ·
Our thoughts are with the sisters, family and friends of Gamma Phi Chapter (University of North Texas) member Sara Mutschlechner, who was tragically killed this weekend.
“Each and every one of our lives at the Gamma Phi Chapter of ZTA has been touched by the spunky, selfless attitude of our beloved sister, Sara,” said chapter president Jordan Roberts. “She is by far one of the most spirited, honest and fun-loving people I ever had the privilege to know. She will truly be missed.”
Sara was a junior from San Marcos, TX, majoring in radio, TV and film studies and had recently been appointed the Greek Philanthropy Chair for the chapter.
The chapter’s Province President is working with the Office of Greek Life and university counseling services to provide support for North Texas Zeta Tau Alpha.
“There are so many people that knew her, that she touched their lives,” said her father, Clay Mutschlechner. “She never met a stranger.”
“She was friends with everyone,” added her mother, Gloria Mutschlechner.
“She was just one of those people that always had a smile on her face, never said no to an adventure," said Chris Challiot, a friend.