By Nicholas Stix
You’ll never read about this in the New York Times, but on January 7, 2007, Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom were gang-raped, tortured, and murdered by a gang of at least seven racist blacks, in Knoxville Tennessee, in the racist atrocity I dubbed the Knoxville Horror.
Actually, the crime probably began on January 6. Initially, law enforcement believed that Christian and Newsom were carjacked and kidnapped shortly after midnight on January 7, after leaving some friends’ apartment, where they’d had dinner and watched a movie, because Channon Christian had calmly spoken to her father at 12:30 a.m.
Several years after the crimes, however, police concluded that Christian and Newsom were already captives of the gang that would gang-rape, torture and slaughter them, when Channon called the family. The supposed “ringleader,” Lemaricus Davidson, had told Channon that if she submitted, he would release her unharmed. Instead, Davidson and his half-brother, Letalvis Cobbins, vaginally, orally, and anally raped her, again and again and again, and they and Cobbins’ girlfriend, Vanessa Coleman, beat her from her feet to the top of her head, and eventually left her hog-tied, pushed head-first in a big garbage can in the House on Chipman Street, 2316 Chipman, where she slowly asphyxiated. The devils had already fatally shot Christopher Newsom three times, and set his corpse on fire, like a side of beef.
The other rapist-killers were George Thomas, Vanessa Coleman, and two unidentified black males whose semen was found in Channon Christian’s underwear. Eric Boyd is widely believed to have participated in every part of the crimes, but denied doing so, made no self-incriminating statements, and left no evidence of his participation, except for getting caught hiding Lemaricus Davidson after the fact, during the latter’s getaway. Thus, Boyd was convicted of being an accessory after the fact.
All but one of the four convicted killers who were in the House on Chipman Street enjoyed affirmative action justice. Three different judges engaged in judicial mischief, by busing in juries from Davidson County that were stacked with additional blacks, so as to thwart justice. Thus, Cobbins, Thomas, and Coleman all escaped the death penalty (the remorseless Coleman also benefited from being a female.) Thomas and Coleman will both eventually be paroled, and though Cobbins was sentenced to life without parole, in practice that usually means “life until parole.”
Davidson has any shot at receiving justice, because in his pigheadedness, he refused to be judged by a Davidson County jury, and was duly sentenced to die. However, he is no danger of meeting his maker anytime soon.
The MSM have made a point of variously suppressing this atrocity and misrepresenting it as having not been racially motivated.