Thursday, April 25, 2019

Black Racist Chanel Lewis Sentenced for Racially Motivated Rape and Murder of Karina Vetrano

By "W"
Thu, Apr 25, 2019 2:19 p.m.

chanel lewis sentenced for murder of Karina Vetrano at DuckDuckGo

You may recall that she was raped and murdered in Queens for jogging while white. Blacks are protesting the judge's life sentence w/o chance of parole.


Anonymous said...

These post-conviction 'protests' are so common, they should be trademarked in their 'Social Justice' handbook: you have the outraged, loud-mouthed political hack Charles Barron, the terribly-wronged, grief-stricken mother, and of course the NOI-style retinue of thugs in the background:
Everything you need to know about the environment in which 'Chanel' became a hunter/killer (he left a long digital trail proving such), shows as clear as day in the face of his mother: a barely contained RAGE.
RAGE that her son didn't get away with murder.
RAGE that Vetrano didn't realize that in the face of her son's desire to rape and kill, she refused to accept she had a duty to die.
This killer could have left a mountain of white bodies in his wake, it wouldn't have made a damn bit of difference to anyone in this photo.
In fact, he would almost certainly have become a folk hero if such was the case.
Anyone expecting a drop of real guilt, remorse - introspection, reflection from any of these people might as well try extracting blood from a stone - they could give a fuck.

Note the title of the article: 'Justice in Limbo'.
Justice in this case meaning: 'Blacks have a license to kill - Whites have a duty to die'.

Anonymous said...

(GRA:This occurred very close to my home.I knew it was a blackie all the time.)
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A man is in custody in connection to a string of arsons on Grand Rapids’ northwest side.

Grand Rapids police say 34-year-old Demaar Lee McLaughlin is facing five charges, including two counts of third-degree arson, two counts of preparing to burn property worth between $1,000 and $20,000 and one count of fourth-degree arson.

The charges stem from a series of fires that happened on April 23. Two buildings, five vehicles and three trash/recycle bins were destroyed, firefighters said. The arsons also damaged four additional buildings and two other vehicles.

A motive for the fires is unclear.(GRA:Hint...he's BLACK!!!)

McLaughlin remains in the Kent County jail without bond.
--GR Anonymous