Tuesday, June 05, 2018

More on Black Mass/Spree Murderer Dwight Jones

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU:

“Phoenix: Yet Another White, Racist, Mass/Spree Murderer?! Not Exactly.”]

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Monday, June 4, 2018 at 7:20:00 P.M. EDT

(ABC NEWS) A man is now linked to the killings of six people over several days in Arizona, police said Monday, and it appears the victims were connected to the suspect's divorce.

Dwight Lamon Jones, 56, died early Monday at an Extended Stay America hotel after a police standoff, officials said. Jones, who allegedly fired at officers, was gassed, and a robot was sent inside, where he later was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.

These actions "reflect the worst of humanity," Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone told reporters Monday.

The fifth and six killings, which authorities announced Monday, took place hours before the suspect's death.

PHOTO: Local police block off and surround a local hotel where a suspect wanted in four killings was staying in Scottsdale, Ariz., June 4, 2018.Ross D. Franklin/AP

Local police block off and surround a local hotel where a suspect wanted in four killings was staying in Scottsdale, Ariz., June 4, 2018.more +
PHOTO: Police surround a hotel where a suspect wanted in multiple killings was staying in Scottsdale, Ariz.on June 4, 2018.Ross D. Franklin/AP

Police surround a hotel where a suspect wanted in multiple killings was staying in Scottsdale, Ariz.on June 4, 2018.

Jones' 2011 divorce with his wife involved fights over money and child-custody issues, and Jones was mandated to have psychiatric evaluation therapy, records showed. One of the people ordered to evaluate Jones was well-known psychologist Dr. Steven Pitt, who is also believed to be the first murder victim connected to Jones, officials said.

Pitt, who consulted with law enforcement on a handful of prominent cases, including the JonBenet Ramsey murder and the Jodi Arias trial, was shot and killed outside his Phoenix office on Thursday night. An eyewitness said he heard Pitt loudly arguing with someone followed by gunshots, according to police.

PHOTO: In this Friday, June 29, 2007, file photo, Dr. Steven Pitt poses in Scottsdale, Ariz. Julio Jimenez/East Valley Tribune via AP, File
In this Friday, June 29, 2007, file photo, Dr. Steven Pitt poses in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Jones' next two alleged victims were paralegals at the law firm Burt Feldman Grenier. A partner at that law office, Elizabeth Feldman, represented Jones' wife, Dr. Connie Jones, in their divorce, according to records.

Jones went to that law firm with the "intent of killing" Feldman, police said.

The paralegals, Veleria Sharp, 48, and Laura Anderson, 49, were shot Friday afternoon. Sharp was spotted running away from the scene, and later she collapsed and died, police said. Anderson was found with a gunshot wound to her chest and later pronounced dead, police said.


Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
I did an internet search using Dwight Lamon Jones and various media outlets as names and discovered that many are still using the "white male" composite sketch instead of his real picture. If you just type in his name in a google search that composite is the first thing that comes up. CNN and Washington Times are two notables that are still using the composite sketch even though they have the name of the perp in the articles. Commenter call out Washington Times for it in the comment field:

Anonymous said...

That's true--plus,NNN didn't give it anymore air time today--as they would with a whitey like Dylan Roof or even the whitey in Charlottesville who ran over a woman to save his own life.That went on for weeks.
For THIS case,Lesta said,"No mo' of dat on MY newscast."Hilariously sad and disturbing how these stories get censored and buried.
And you can't blog NBC about it.ABC,at least has an open blogsite for all their stories--last I checked anyways,on Sunday.

--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Trump listens to KK,pardons drug dealing black woman
(VOX)Kim Kardashian West did it: President Donald Trump has commuted the life sentence of Alice Johnson, the 63-year-old great grandmother in prison for drug trafficking, whose cause Kardashian lobbied for in the Oval Office.

The commutation, confirmed by the White House, comes quite quickly after Kardashian’s meeting with Trump in the Oval Office last week, which Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, arranged so the pair could talk prison reform and Johnson’s potential pardon.

Trump’s move is all the stranger because it goes against the broader policy that Trump has been pushing for drug dealers and traffickers. In response to the opioid epidemic, Trump has said that the government should execute drug dealers and traffickers. More broadly, his administration, under Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has adopted a “tough on crime” view toward drugs.
GRA:He couldn't say "no" to the current generation's version of Pamela Anderson or Marilyn Monroe.Hot women(not my opinion of her)--his kryptonite.

[T]he pardon of Johnson has caused consternation in the West Wing, with top advisers — including chief of staff John F. Kelly and White House counsel Donald McGahn — disturbed by the process, according to two people familiar with the discussions.

Kelly has reviewed Johnson’s background and her 1996 conviction — she was sentenced to life in prison on drug possession and money laundering charges — and is not convinced she deserves a pardon, an administration official said. And McGahn has also argued against the possible pardon as an unnecessary action by the president, a second official said.

Who is Alice Johnson?
Johnson has been serving a life sentence for a first-time, nonviolent drug offense. Since there’s no parole in the federal system, she’s not eligible for it. Johnson, who was sentenced in 1996, has already been in prison for more than 20 years.

According to the Associated Press at the time, Johnson helped lead a multimillion-dollar cocaine ring from 1991 to 1994. At her sentencing, US District Judge Julia Gibbons said that Johnson was “the quintessential entrepreneur” in the operation, “and clearly the impact of 2,000 to 3,000 kilograms of cocaine in this community is very significant.” She was tried on cocaine conspiracy and money laundering charges.

Johnson told Mic that she got involved in the drug trade at a particularly bad time in her life.(GRA:Cue violins) Her son had died in a motorcycle crash, and her marriage had ended in divorce. She also had lost her job, causing financial strain. “I couldn’t find a job fast enough to take care of my family,” she said. “I felt like a failure.”
GRA:By selling drugs,she confirmed being a failure--and I consider President Trump pardoning her,a failure on his part,as well.
---GR Anonymous