Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Two Colored Gentlemen Brutally Assault Research Director for ABC-Owned TV Station

By A Longtime Reader
Tue, Aug 27, 2019 9:43 p.m.
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Two Colored Gentlemen Brutally Assault Research Director for ABC-Owned TV Station

Charles Martel

August 27, 2019
Demario Kendrell Johnson, left, and Tewaun Jerrell Beaman-Gerald
A Longtime Reader: I always love it when blacks commit crimes against the people who cover up their crimes.

N.S.: Sometimes, when I'm tempted to say that patriots should harm media traitors, I think of crimes like this. Racist blacks commit crimes against them all the time. By the way, "assault with a deadly weapon" doesn't sound quite as bad as attempted murder, which the charge should have been.

Two men made a first appearance in court Monday in connection with a weekend beating and stabbing of a Raleigh man who invited the suspects in his home before they attacked him, police said.
Demario Kendrell Johnson, 30, of 7801 Stephanie Lane in Raleigh, and Tewaun Jerrell Beaman-Gerald, 22, of 1018 Laurel Lead Road in Zebulon, were being held at the Wake County Jail Monday after they were arrested over the weekend.
Both have been charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Johnson was being held Monday on $100,000 bond, while bond for Beaman-Gerald was set at $250,000, because he was on probation and had a prior record.
The Wake County judge rejected a request to lower the bond amount for the two men.
"The assault in this case was brutal, causing significant injury to the victim," said John Newby, an assistant district attorney. "He had to be rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery."
According to a Raleigh police spokeswoman, officers were called to the 8300 block of Clear Brook Drive at 4:46 a.m. Saturday.
When they arrived, they found a man who had been severely injured and was suffering from multiple stab wounds.
Police identified the man as Glenn Michael Proto, 54, of Raleigh. He works as a research director for WTVD-TV, the market's ABC affiliate.
He was taken to WakeMed for treatment of severe but non-life-threatening injuries, police said. His condition was pending Monday afternoon.
A woman who called 911 told WRAL News that the man was screaming for help before police arrived. She told police dispatchers that the man's pleas woke her up, and he was laying underneath a street light.
Police confirmed that Brook invited the suspects into his home but his relationship with the victims was not immediately provided by police.

Sounds like this TV fag was on the down-low.
Why else would someone invite a pair of virile young black men into his home in the late hours of the night?

Glenn Michael Proto

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Demario and Tewaun. Says it all.