Thursday, November 29, 2018

Charlottesville "Nazi" Murder Trial: James Alex Fields Argues Self-Defense, as Trial for Killing Heather Heyer Begins

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
The Charlottesville "Nazi" Murder Trial: James Alex Fields Argues Self-Defense, as Trial for Killing Heather Heyer Begins  
Thu, Nov 29, 2018 10:15 p.m.

Man charged in deadly Charlottesville car attack acted in self-defense, lawyer says as trial begins

WASHINGTON — One of the lawyers for the 21-year-old Ohio man charged with murder in the death of a woman during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last summer suggested ...


Anonymous said...

What are the chances of acquittal in the "Era of Get Whitey?"I remember seeing video of blacks on Field's car,at some point,attacking it with bats.That alone would allow the idea of "not guilty" or a much lesser conviction,if not for the era we're in.
Liberals coalesced against Fields and Trump at the time,but since then,I forgot all about the fact that it never went to trial.
There's no way he gets to walk free--other less punitive options seem appropriate,imho.
--GR Anonymous-I'm a white man

Anonymous said...

An employee at Request Foods posted this photo Facebook showing a noose hanging from inside the workplace.
So-called noose found at Holland workplace was actually a hoop used for a game
What appeared to be a noose was actually a part of a game that employees played during their downtime on a shift, the company said.
Author: Staff
Published: 5:50 PM EST November 30, 2018
Updated: 6:01 PM EST November 30, 2018
HOLLAND, Mich. - After a(black)employee at Request Foods in Holland raised the alarm about what looked like a noose she found hanging from the ceiling, the company investigated the claim.

The president of the company Steve DeWitt, said that the so-called noose was actually a makeshift hoop employees hung up to use as a part of a game.

The employee who first reported the hoop said she was extremely disturbed by the image. It appeared to be made out of tape and was found hanging from the ceiling pipes.

In a statement, DeWitt said, "When the team member who constructed the hoop learned how it was perceived by a colleague on a later shift, he was extremely remorseful and distressed."(GRA:I'll bet,his job was on the line).

The employee that hung up the hoop told management that it was not his intention to harm anyone. Employees at Request Foods met to talk about the hoop on Friday afternoon, and an apology was extended and accepted.

DeWitt said even though there was no malicious intent behind the hoop, Request Foods is using the incident as an opportunity to bring attention to unintentional consequences.
GRA:The blacks have the whites on their heels.The "Era of Get Whitey" is in full force.Didn't the woman ask anyone what this contraption was?Obviously she took pics,posted them and media jumped on the story with their usual anti-white bias--assuming guilt--that this WAS a noose.
A lengthy report when it broke earlier this week.Today,a ten second correction--"It was not a noose,but a misunderstanding."
Like the white guy who peed on the black kids.Like the white woman's dog that bit the black girl.Like the white teacher who choked the black 8 year old--all local and all proven wrong.
Riiiight.Lying blacks.
--GR Anonymous--I'm a white man

Anonymous said...

A grand jury on Friday indicted former Dallas, Texas, police officer Amber Guyger on one charge of murder for the shooting of Botham Jean.

Guyger, who is white, shot 26-year-old Jean, an unarmed black man, inside his apartment in September. She told officers that she mistook it for her own apartment one floor down and thought Jean was an intruder. But Jean’s family has said that witnesses described hearing Guyger knock on Jean’s door and ask to be let in.(GRA:My experience,just from witnessing what the blacks have attempted the last year in Grand Rapids,is that the family is probably lying to get the white cop).

The Dallas Police Department fired Guyger, 30, shortly after the shooting in response to intense public pressure.

The Texas Rangers, who led the investigation, initially filed manslaughter charges in the apparent case of mistaken identity. But the district attorney’s office did its own investigation, interviewing over 300 witnesses. Prosecutors came to the conclusion that the shooting was intentional, Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson told reporters at a press conference Friday.
After hearing the evidence this week, the grand jury decided to return a count of murder — a charge that carries much stiffer sentences but is harder to prove at trial.

“We thought that it was murder all along,” Johnson said Friday. “But we didn’t file this case… but we did what we had to get this case ready for the grand jury.”
GRA:How can a a white guy be charged with murder defending himself from blacks,while a white woman cop,obviously tired after a 15 hour shift,accidentally going to the wrong apartment and shooting who she thought was a black intruder,gets charged with murder as well?This was an accident--not murder.
It's called,"Get Whitey".
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Was being attacked by a mob with baseball bats and was fleeing for his life. Hit the woman who was illegally walking with another mob in the street. Self-defense. What occurred prior to that should be of interest too.

Was there ever a change of venue? Man cannot possibly get a fair trial otherwise.

Anonymous said...

I Googled the trial and up came Red Ice on YouTube--which featured a one hour plus,in depth discussion of the Fields trial--with video footage and animated simulations.Well done.