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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Texas: Horrific Child Abuse Story

 

The victim's aunt turned to social media, in order to save his life
 

By A Texas Reader

"In various videos, the woman can be seen holding a flame to the baby’s hand, tying a plastic bag over his head and stuffing a plastic bag into his mouth, KDAF reported.

Texas Mother Arrested After Videos Allegedly Showing Her Abusing, Burning 1-Year-Old Son Posted on Facebook
ktla.com

"Editor's Note: This story contains graphic and disturbing content. Reader discretion is advised. A Virginia woman's efforts to save her 1-year-old nephew from the hands of his abuser -- allegedly his own mother -- by turning to social media"

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's pure ghetto mayhem.Leave it to the negroes to take an innocuous media toy like Facebook and twist it into a vehicle for showing their sickening crimes.I know in this case,the mother(I use the term very loosely) didn't intend to put them on Facebook(that we know of),but the videos still wound up there.
The gf of the abusers bf couldn't take the camera and videos to a police car or precinct?A hospital or government office?It HAD to go on Facebook?I wonder if her motive was not so much to save the child,but get back at her boyfriend's ex.The brains of blacks just do not function in a normal way.
I will predict that we see this Facebook crime phenomena branching out in the future with gangs,executing a rival gangmember for all to see--just to make a point,to instill fear.A black gang raping a white woman on social media for thrills and publicity.
It only gets worse with every incident of vile black crime that we witness.Murder,torture,rape...all have been downloaded to Facebook by blacks.
What's next?
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

GRA:Another senseless racial attack on a white man by a blackie.I thought Jerry PdX would have heard of this one(his neck of the woods)
Man suspected of setting Denny's customer on fire arrested
Brutal, random gasoline attack

KGW 9:33 PM. PDT April 20, 2017
(Photo: Clackamas County
HAPPY VALLEY, Ore. -- A man suspected of setting another person on fire at a Happy Valley Denny's restaurant was arrested Thursday evening.

The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office tweeted "We got him!" Thursday night.


The suspect was identified as 24-year-old Deshaun James Swanger. He was arrested at a transitional home, located at Southeast 80th Avenue and Sunnyside Drive, just a few blocks away from the restaurant.

Watch: Deputies arrest Swanger


A neighbor called in a tip to the sheriff's office and told deputies he believed the man they were looking for was Swanger and that he lived at the transitional house with about 18 people.

The neighbor said he used to live at the home with Swanger and was surprised by the allegations.

"He was really quiet...he stayed to himself," the neighbor said of Swanger.

Watch: Neighbor talks about calling authorities



Swanger has a criminal history, including charges of robbery, burglary and assault.

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Mugshots of Deshaun Swanger in 2013 (left) and 2011 (right) (Photo: Multnomah County Jail)

Deputies told KGW's Mike Benner that on Wednesday evening, Swanger walked into the restaurant, located at 12101 Southeast 82nd Avenue, at about 9 p.m., sat down, threw gasoline on the customer, then lit the victim on fire with a book of matches.

Watch: Surveillance video of the suspect enter Denny's

Denny's arson suspect video

The victim is a 69-year-old man. His family has identified him as Scott Ranstrom. He is in critical condition at Legacy Emanuel hospital.

“His face was like this big and he’s a skinny guy. And all red, and horrible-looking, burnt to a crisp. He was burnt to a crisp," Ranstrom's sister said. "They did that to my big brother. I don’t think I’ll ever get over it. It’s not fair.”
GRA:The lightskinned blacks are just as bad as the rest of them.