Friday, April 13, 2018

White Guy was in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time: His Own Home!

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Friday, April 13, 2018 at 6:14:00 P.M. EDT


White man now charged with attempted murder after black 14-year- old knocks on his door in the early morning hours.

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. (WXYZ) - A bond has been set for a man accused of chasing after and shooting at a Rochester teen seeking directions to school.

Jeff Ziegler, a former Lt. in the Detroit Fire Department, was arraigned on felony charges of being in possession of a firearm and assault with intent to murder. His bond was set at $50,000.

According to Assistant Prosecutor Kelly Collins, Ziegler has a previous weapons conviction from 2005.

The judge additionally ordered the Rochester man to not have direct contact with the victim or his family, and to surrender all of his weapons to the Oakland County Sheriff's Department. He must also wear a GPS tether and attend mental health counseling two days a week.

Because the suspect stays within a 10 mile radius of the victim, the judge ordered that if bond is made, he will be required to find another place to live.

High school freshman shot at after stopping to ask for directions to school
When 14-year-old Brennan Walker missed the bus and tried to walk to school Friday morning, he got lost after he couldn't remember the route. That's when Walker attempted to ask for directions at a nearby home.

Zeigler allegedly chased after Walker and fired a shot because he and his wife believed the 14-year-old was attempting to break into their home, according to a press release.

GRA: Probably Lesta's top story tonight… [chuckle]. So, three rules now:

1) If you hit a black with your car, never stop to see how injured they are—you will die. [Or be maimed.]

2) Don't answer your door to a black—nothing good can come of it. This incident will lead to prison for the guy who shouldn't have been bothered in the first place. "Lost my way to school"? How often did he go to get lost? Incredible.

3) The overriding rule: Never associate with blacks, period. You will die earlier than you planned to. If you aren't killed, you will lose money, your sanity, or your freedom.

Sad story of a white guy being in the wrong place at the wrong time—his home.


Anonymous said...

Shoot 'em fo' they run, now!

Anonymous said...
Latest media hoopla story.Blacks go into Starbucks in Philly,say they're waiting for a friend.Want to use the bathroom.Get denied.Told to leave.Won't leave.Cops called.Still won't leave.Cops arrest them while ignorant whites bitch about it.
Non paying customers cannot lounge around an establishment.Blacks included.These rules are obviously going to be changed for the brothas.Let them do what they want--they follow so very few rules and laws as it is,what's one more down the drain.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

It's hard for me to wrap my head around this. The black youth was knocking on doors in the early morning. He claims he was on his way to school. I feel he's lying and barely goes to school. More likely he was casing out houses to rob. Okay, the person who opened the door, shot him. He's not dead, he's not in the hospital. What is the big deal? Sad day when one can not protect themselves.

Anonymous said...

Police were reportedly called to the neighborhood to investigate a person trying to break in houses.The "lost black boy" said he knocked on many house doors before one unlucky white man decided to do the wrong thing--and open his.

Anonymous said...

(CNN) — A Michigan man is out on bail after police said he fired a shotgun at a teenager who had stopped at his house to ask directions.

Jeffery Craig Zeigler, 53, was charged Friday with assault with intent to murder and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

During Zeigner’s arraignment, Judge Julie Nicholson entered a plea of not guilty for him.

The teen’s mother told CNN affiliate WDIV she thought there was a racial component to the case. The teen is black and the man is white.

“It definitely was a hate crime,” she said.

Brennan Walker, 14, said he was walking alone to school Thursday after he missed the bus. As he trekked the 4 miles to Rochester High School in Rochester Hills, he got lost and knocked on the doors of several houses, he said.

The teen said he went up to one home and knocked on the door a few times.

A woman came to the door, yelling at him, he told WDIV.

“I was trying to explain to that I wanted to get directions to go to my school,” he said. The man eventually came out with a shotgun and fired one shot at the teen who was running away.

The teen said he fled when he saw the man with the shotgun. The teen was not wounded.

Deputies responded to a call of a male trying to break into a house, the sheriff’s department said in a news release. Both the boy and Zeigler were taken to a police station and questioned. Zeigler was arrested.
GRA:This "kid" looks like he's 25.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Just want to make one more comment about this case.The black mother reflexively calls this incident a hate crime--setting up a) a civil lawsuit and b)an oversentencing by any judge that hears the case.
My reaction was:What kind of experiences has this firefighter had with blacks over his career to make him instantly reach for a shotgun?One can only imagine.
--GR Anonymous