Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Seattle: Nameless, Faceless, Raceless Suspect Arrested for Murder of Faceless, Raceless Victim in Belltown

By Nicholas Stix

Whoever heard of a news story about the arrest of a murder suspect that didn’t name the suspect? Or the cause of death?

Who needs a local paper, when it refuses to give the most basic details of a case over seven weeks after the murder victim has been found?

Local readers, however, would have seen “death of a woman”—no mention of homicide, mind you—and “Belltown,” and said to themselves, “Hmmm. Belltown.”

Or maybe they already knew a lot more about the killing— Michelle Thornton’s murderer had strangled her over seven weeks earlier—no thanks to the only daily newspaper left in Seattle.

I’ll have more to say about this case, but for future reference, my non-Seattle readers would do well to associate “Belltown, Seattle” with violent crime committed by blacks. They’re going to hear a lot about that sort of thing.


Seattle police: Suspect arrested in woman's death
Originally published Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 11:09 a.m.
Seattle Times

Seattle police say a suspect has been arrested in the death of a woman whose body was found last month in a closet of her Belltown apartment.

The Associated Press

Seattle police say a suspect has been arrested in the death of a woman whose body was found last month in a closet of her Belltown apartment.

Michelle Thornton was reported missing a few days after she failed to answer the door when friends showed up for her annual New Year's Eve party. Her body was found inside on Jan. 6.

The Seattle Police Department said in a brief statement that the suspect was arrested on Saturday with help from the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force. No other information about the arrest was immediately available.

[Previously, at WEJB/NSU, on Seattle:

“De-Policing in America’s Cities: Erasing the ‘Thin Blue Line’” ;

“Why is James Paroline Dead?” ;

“Three Race Murders in Seattle” ;

“Race Hustler Alert at Wikipedia! Someone Has been Making Mischief Regarding Maurice Clemmons’ Lakewood Massacre”;

“Seattle: Diversity Trainers Wage War on Policing”;

“Ex-Cons May Gain Affirmative Action Status in Madhouse Seattle”;

“Seattle's Meanest Streets (Updated!) ”;

“Seattle Cop Rails Against Affirmative Action Policing”;

“Seattle: Baby-Faced ‘Tuba Man’ Killer, Billy Chambers, Strikes Again”;

“Stone Killer Billy Chambers, Who Murdered Seattle’s Beloved ‘Tuba Man,’ Edward McMichael, is Undercharged Yet Again in His Newest Alleged Crime”;

“War on Competent, White, Male, King County, WA Prosecutor James Konat Continues Apace: NAACP Demands His Dismissal, and He is Removed from Two Murder Cases”;

“Is It Possible for Blacks to Have a Good Time Without Bloodshed? Seattle Reader Asks if ‘Bite of Seattle’ Festival Could Become Blood of Seattle”;

“A Riot in San Francisco, with More to Come! Cop Shoots Innocent Black Honor Student (from Seattle), Kenneth Wade Harding, 19, in the Back; the Brothers are (as Always) on War Footing”;

“Seattle Blacks Believe That They Can Resist Arrest, and Aid and Abet Those Resisting Arrest with Impunity Against White Policemen…”;

“Billy Chambers, Racist Killer of Seattle’s Beloved ‘Tuba Man,’ Edward McMichael, Pleads Guilty, Gets Minimal Sentence, in Attempted Murder of Witness”;

“One of Tuba Man’s Killers Goes to the Big House, but for a Mere 22 Months for Attempted Murder”;

“For Alleged Reporter Levi Pulkinnen at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, There are No Black Murderers of Whites, Only ‘Accused’ Ones”;

“AOL/Huffington Post and AP Manage the Black Air Jordan Riots Story”; and

“Seattle: Since Blacks Support Black Criminals, City Needs Surveillance Cameras Everywhere.”]

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