Friday, November 17, 2017

Racist, Baltimore Murder of White Bartender: Third Suspect in Early Tuesday Shooting Death of Alex Wroblewski Has been Taken into Custody


War crime victim Alex Wroblewski

By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat



War crime suspect Tonya (also spelled Tanya) Hayes


Basso e Grasso said...

I'd sell my services to a foreign power if I thought it would help solve the Negro Problem.

Pax Romana said...

‘Help Me! Help Me! I Can’t Breathe!’: Newly Uncovered Video Shows [Black] Nurses Laugh as Dying [White] WWII Vet Desperately Calls for Help

Hidden camera tells true story of how veteran died after calling for help, gasping for air. The video shows the decorated World War II veteran calling for help six times before he goes unconscious while gasping for air.

Pax Romana said...

'Alabama Judge 'Stunned By Brutality' In [Black] Killing Of 92-Year-Old [White] Woman

"An Alabama judge said last week he was “stunned by the brutality” seen in the murder of a 92-year-old woman who was beaten to death inside her home.

In a preliminary hearing on Friday when the suspect in the murder of Mary Lou Gedel appeared in court, Montgomery Police Detective G. Naquin testified Rodney McQueen's DNA was found throughout her home, WSFA reported.

Naquin said the 92-year-old was found two weeks ago sitting in a chair on with "massive" facial and head injuries, after she was beaten with a tall brass lamp.

“The lamp was caved in on all sides and had been ripped from the wall in the living room,” he told the court.

The assault was so intense, Naquin testified fragments from the broken beer bottles and plastic wrappers were embedded in Gedel’s skull, according to WSFA. Montgomery District Judge Troy Massey said at the hearing he was “stunned by the brutality” after hearing the details.

Officials said they were able to match McQueen to the crime scene after taking DNA samples from a busted window. His profile was already in a database after serving time for a prior crime with the with the Alabama Department of Corrections, according to WSFA."