Sunday, September 25, 2011

Christian Hate Crime Victims Carissa Horton and Ethan Nichols were Fed to the Lions in Tulsa’s “Colosseum”


Murder victims Carissa Horton,18, and Ethan Nichols, 21 are seen here during an event at Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow.

Racist confessed murderer, Darren Price.

Racist confessed murderer, Jerard Davis.

The interview with Darren Price begins at 6:09.


“Racial Atrocity in Tulsa: Two Black Men Confess to Murdering Young White Couple, Execution-Style”;

“Videos on Tulsa Hate Crime Murder of White Couple Carissa Horton, 18, and Ethan Nichols, 21, by ‘Remorseless’ Blacks Darren Price and Jerard Davis, Including Crime Scene Interview with Price Posing as a Passerby!” and

“Now Multiculturalists Praise Even Racist Black Murderers: ABC News Blogger Christina Ng Calls One of the Killers of White Couple Carissa Horton and Ethan Nichols ‘Gutsy’ and ‘Bold.’”
Police now say the victims, Ethan Nichols, 21, and his girlfriend, 18-year old ORU [Oral Roberts University] freshman Carissa Horton arrived at Hicks Park near 41st and Mingo around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday the 18th. Police believe the couple was walking around the trail when they were ambushed.

Police think Darren Price, 19, and Jerard Davis, 21, ambushed the couple to rob them, made them get on their knees and shot them execution style. Police say the suspects then ran off, discarding the couple's belongings along the way.

Auster: "Walking around the trail" in a park at 9:30 at night in a city with a 16 percent black population. Presumably no one in their world told them that this might be dangerous, because that would mean talking about black violence.

Lawrence Auster, “Two More whites Pay the White Man’s Tax”

Victims’ lives filled with love>One's mother says they had nothing but great things in their present and future.
By Amanda Bland
Published: 9/22/2011 2:31 AM
Last Modified: 9/22/2011 8:23 AM
Tulsa World

Ethan Nichols' and Carissa Horton's lives were filled with love - love for each other, love for God and love for a new life in Tulsa, Nichols' mother, Teresa Nichols, said.

The young couple were found shot to death Monday morning in a Tulsa park.

Ethan Nichols, 21, an aspiring graphic designer, and Horton, 18, a music major at Oral Roberts University, were at Hicks Park, 3443 S. Mingo Road, on Sunday evening doing another thing they loved to do together - jogging, Teresa Nichols said.

Police described the crime as senseless.

Teresa Nichols and her children, Shawn Clark, 30, Leanne Clark, 27, and Ethan Nichols, moved to Tulsa in March from the small town of Keokuk, Iowa, where they were all born and raised.

There were no opportunities for her children there, and unemployment was high, she said at the family's home Wednesday. Ethan Nichols' father and Teresa Nichols' husband, Scott Nichols, joined them in April after Teresa Nichols and the children found jobs, she said.

Ethan Nichols has another sister, Scott Nichols' daughter, Ann Fraise, who still lives in Iowa.

The family spent their first months in town trying out the disc golf courses in the area and enjoying Tulsa's restaurants.

Teresa Nichols said her son wasn't always a fan of cities but fell in love with Tulsa and was excited to explore it with Horton, who also was from Keokuk.

Teresa Nichols was in the choir with Horton and knew her mother, Susan Gardner, from the church both families attended in Iowa.

Ethan Nichols and Horton began Facebook messaging one another after Horton decided to move to Tulsa to attend ORU, where she began her freshman year in August.

Facebook messaging turned into texting - almost constant texting, Teresa Nichols said, and before long, while Horton was still in Iowa, the two were counting down to 7 p.m. each night, when their cell phone plans allowed them to talk for hours.

They watched podcasts of sermons, which they discussed during their lengthy phone conversations, from the Nichols' new church home, Destiny Church in Broken Arrow. They prayed together each night before saying goodbye, Teresa Nichols said.

Ethan Nichols was compassionate and funny, she said.

His sister Leanne Clark remembered him and one of his childhood friends quoting "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" when he was 7 years old.

Teresa Nichols laughed as she recalled her son's having called her "rhinoceros mom" on Sunday afternoon when she inadvertently pushed her short hair into a gelled point.

"He would do anything for you," Teresa Nichols said.

The family received a package Tuesday. It was Ethan Nichols' gift for his girlfriend's upcoming birthday.

He also was saving money to take her to London as a graduation present, Teresa Nichols said.

Two men - Darren Price, 19, and Jerard Dwaine Davis, 21 - were arrested Monday on first-degree murder and robbery complaints in the case.

Price and Davis told police that they ambushed the couple, intending to rob them, but then decided to kill them, according to police reports.

Teresa Nichols and Leanne Clark said it's not in their hearts or in their Christian faith to be angry.

Teresa Nichols said she hopes that the men who killed her son and Horton find God.

She also hopes that Tulsans will take a stand and watch out for one another, she said.

The Nichols family is planning a memorial service for 11 a.m. Saturday at Destiny Church.


Anonymous said...

Your report has all of the information now available. I haven't seen any news concerning an arraignment and the exact charges.

We can guess how it will play out. If there is a trial, how long before members of the "Community" say "What were they doing there at night?" and "I bet there is more to this story."

Will there be a plea to Life Until Parole with a tearful courtroom ceremony? Will the parents of the victims embrace the killer's parents saying "We've both lost our children?"

David In TN

Nicholas said...

Oh, God. That’s the formula, alright. You’ve reduced it to news producers’ boilerplate. So, are the reporters and producers stage-managing these scenes? Do they have anything to do with the real sentiments of the victims’ families?

With the Knoxvillle Horror, you could see the reporters fingerprints on the show, because they would ask leading questions, like “What do you think about the white supremacists coming to town for this spectacle.” But with these Christians, and their trigger-happy forgiveness, it doesn’t seem as if the reporters have to work nearly so hard. It seems to me that the Christians who built this country were made of much sterner stuff.

Anonymous said...

I know you have a story here that you feel like you can exploit but what is really sad is for us, the family, to come across this. We all want to see justice done for their murders. Carissa's death took the air out of my lungs and left me in shock for a week and still even over 2 years later I mourn her loss daily. But I don't feel hate along side that pain and sadness. I cannot change the fact they are dead, hating the ones that did it does nothing for my mental state. You may think I'm one of those trigger happy quick to forgive christians but I'm not. I'm atheist and deal with death in my own way. I would like to see them die for what they did but spending the rest of their lives in a concrete cell will have to do. However coming across this blog that is exploiting my cousins murder makes me angry. For the family's sake, leave it the fuck alone.

Anonymous said...

This murder had nothing to do with Christian oppression. It's disgusting that you would try to make it about that.