Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Attacks on Whites in Oklahoma City by the Nation of Islam

Compiled by Nicholas Stix

Note that these murders and attempted murders were committed during the same period as the NOI's "Zebra Murders" in San Francisco. That was no coincidence.

Murdered: 8
Wounded: 9

June 17, 1973. “A man was fatally shot. Three people were shot and wounded.”

1o:30 p.m. Two black men shoot Edward Norton and his son Robert Norton, 24, in their home in a predominantly black neighborhood. Robert Norton dies.

June 18, 1973. 12:01 a.m. Two men shoot Ryan Caldwell, 32, several times through a door (he refused to open it.). This attack was committed 91 minutes after the one on the Nortons.

1:45 a.m. Three black men shoot Patricia Hall, 14, in the head with a shotgun. She survives.

March 17, 1974. Sharon K. Workman. Two men kidnapped a “woman from an Oklahoma City nightclub, forced her to disrobe and choked or knocked her unconscious.” They ran off when a dog started barking.

June 8, 1974. Lynn Marin Nunn. A black man kidnaps her, forces her to disrobe. She escapes by leaping out of attacker’s moving car.

July 15, 1974. Nancy Lynn Nuckels, 21, kidnapped from a nightclub, and murdered, shot six times.

Aug. 3, 1974. 12:30 a.m. Judy Webb, 18, kidnapped from a nightclub and shot to death.

Aug. 3, 1974. Karen Trantham, 23, kidnapped with Webb and shot; Trantham survived.

August 18, 1974. Sometime after 11:30 p.m., Stephen Ray Wilburn, 20, is shot, execution-style, at a gas station.

August 26, 1974, 12:40 a.m. Carlton Fields, 24, and Jerry Hohne, 23. A black man shot both men dead at a pizzeria. Fields was able to describe the killer before dying.

September 2, 1974. Larry Cox, 19, was “executed” at a second gas station.

Only Alfred Brooks, now app. 66, was convicted of any of the foregoing murders and attempted murders.

On January 21, 1976, Brooks was convicted of Judy Webb’s murder, and sentenced to death. His sentence was commuted the following year.

Source: “Black Muslim killings gain new attention.” By Ken Raymond, The Oklahoman, September 7, 2008.

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