Monday, May 30, 2016

Henderson, Kentucky: The Usual Suspect is Under Arrest for Celebrating the Holiday by Knocking Down 160 Crosses in the Town’s Memorial Day Cross Display for Fallen Veterans; the Crosses were in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time


Suspected war criminal Anthony Burrus, 27

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thank reader-researcher “W” for the following story.

Note that the suspect is no teenager, but rather 27 years old. White racial socialists typically act as if most crimes by blacks were the product of youth, which the racial socialists currently rationalize via the pseudo-scientific talking point, asserting that the human brain is underdeveloped prior to one turning 25, causing one to have inadequate powers of judgment. If said talking point were true, we’d see whites under 25 running wild, as well, but we don’t see that happening. Blacks commit seven to ten times as many crimes as whites. Besides, judgment has nothing to do with the sadistic nature of so many crimes committed by blacks, especially the racially motivated black-on-white crimes. And increasingly, I see all manner of “youthful indiscretions,” or as the current talk has it, “mistakes” (you know, rapes and murders) being committed by blacks of all ages.

Arrest made in Memorial Day cross display vandalism
May 29, 2016 12:30 P.M. EST
Updated: May 29, 2016 1:59 P.M. EST

A Henderson, Ky. man has been arrested after he allegedly damaged more than 150 crosses in the city's Memorial Day cross display with his vehicle early Saturday, according to officials.

According to Henderson Police Public Information Officer Jennifer Richmond, Anthony Burrus, 27, was arrested in connection with the incident that took place in Central Park at around 6 a.m. Roughly 160 crosses were knocked down and about 20 were destroyed.

The vehicle Burrus was driving, a 1979 Ford Thunderbird, was found with pieces of a cross and ground stake embedded in the tires after he left it at the McDonald's restaurant on South Green Street. Richmond said Burrus denied causing the damage in the park, but confirmed he was driving the vehicle earlier this morning and left it after it stopped working. [I wonder why it stopped working?]

Henderson police officers and deputies from the Henderson County Sheriff's Office investigated the incident.

Burrus was found and arrested at his sister's apartment complex on Zion Road, and is being held at the Henderson County Detention Center. He is charged with first degree criminal mischief and leaving the scene of an accident.

Richmond said a large number of tips, Facebook posts, and vehicle searches helped officers make the connection and arrest Burrus.

Richmond said earlier on Saturday that the damage appeared to be deliberate because the driver had to jump the curb to get to the display. She said the incident took place shortly before 6 a.m. Saturday.

Members of the Henderson Fire Department, the WARM Center, and local residents joined members of the American Legion to repair the display.

"For somebody to do this to a veteran who gave his life, I don't understand. I don't have any words. I'm speechless," Jim Hanley, a member of the Legion, said Saturday morning.

The display in Central Park contains more than 5,000 crosses, each bearing the name of a Henderson resident who served in the military.

Family members arrived to see if any of the crosses that bear the names of their relatives were damaged. Some arrived and were relieved to find certain crosses unharmed, while others were brought to tears by the damage.

Bob Dutton Sr.'s son, Robert K. Dutton, had a cross in his honor displayed in the park, and it was destroyed by the vandalism. [No; the cross was destroyed by a vandal. The operative who wrote this wrote “vandalism,” to depersonalize the crime committed by a black man, in order to make it sound more like a natural act, as if the crosses had been hit by lightning.]

"I lost my son seven years ago, and this is so sad to know somebody would do this without thinking about the consequences," Dutton said.

[Oh, but Burrus certainly did think about the consequences. He wanted to break white folks’ hearts, and he did just that. His victims need to learn to feel hatred, rather than sadness, or this country is finished.]

Kathy Tigue has lost three brothers who have served in the Armed Forces, one of which most recently died in March of this year. While the crosses in their honor were not damaged, she felt the sting that other families were feeling Saturday morning.

"This is heartbreaking," Tigue said. "How could someone be so cruel, so heartless is beyond me. God help whoever did it. It hurts these people, who have worked so hard."

Richmond said as of Saturday morning, Henderson Police only have a vague description of the vehicle, but the department is working with local businesses to see if the incident was captured on surveillance video.

"With so many people going out of town for the holiday weekend, that makes it tough, but we hope we get an answer as fast as we can," Richmond said.

Each cross costs around $90 each, Richmond said. The display is cared for in conjunction with the American Legion Worsham Post No. 40 and the Henderson War Memorial Foundation.

As members of the community continued to file into Central Park, Hanley said he was reminded of the significance of the display. He said the Legion and other organizations will work to make sure all of the damaged crosses are either replaced or repaired by Memorial Day.

"This town loves their veterans, and this is proof," he said, gesturing to the crowd. "We take care of each other around here, and this situation is no different."

WBIR contributed to this story.

[Actually, a WBIR staffer wrote the entire story, and the update. As far as I can see, it is WRCBTV which made no contribution whatsoever to this story.]


David In TN said...

Vandals also attacked a Civil War cemetery in Virginia and a Vietnam Memorial in Venice, California was "tagged" with gang symbols.

Anonymous said...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Police are investigating following a deadly shooting in Grand Rapids early Wednesday morning.
Officers were called to the 200 block of Dickinson Street SE on report of shots fired around 1:45 a.m.
When police arrived, they found the body of Mark Toliver, 27, of Grand Rapids who had died from an apparent gunshot wound in the chest/neck area.
Police on scene said Toliver was shot and killed while sitting on his porch.
The suspect was last seen running south away from the scene. He was described as a black man who was last seen wearing a grey sweatshirt and dark pants.
A K-9 unit was brought in to track the suspect, but was unsuccessful.
Police told 24 Hour News 8 they are working to figure out if the victim in the shooting and the suspect might have a connection or if it was random.
The victim’s brother Eric Talbert told 24 Hour News 8 that Toliver was a good person and has no idea why anyone would kill his brother.
“Everybody’s hurt. It’s still shock right now…I can’t believe it. It’s crazy,” said Talbert.
-----This one no different than all the other "good "gang bangers getting what's coming to them.
If you're sitting on a porch in the GR ghetto at 2am--you're asking to get shot.
I've noticed,the tracking dogs never seem to be able to sniff the black criminals anymore...must be they all SMELL the
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Anything that blacks think is historically assaulted or destroyed.Whites should
see what the attitude is by minorities in the USA and try to fight against it.Do not vote for pro-black liberal candidates,do not watch black TV shows.Do not let blacks get away with everything they're trying to get away with--including black lives matter,food stamp fraud,section 8 fraud.Earn a living instead of feeding off of US!!!
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

"Blacks commit seven to ten times as many crimes as whites. Besides, judgment has nothing to do with the sadistic nature of so many crimes committed by blacks, especially the racially motivated black-on-white crimes"

It is not just the number of crimes but the egregious nature of the crimes. So much more extreme.