Monday, April 19, 2021

Episode One of Series on black Samuel Little, America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer

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By David in TN
Monday, April 19, 2021 at 12:06:00 A.M. EDT

I saw the first episode, better than expected. I’m waiting for the host to tell the au-dience how fraudulent is the “no black serial killers” trope.

Our friend Countenance wrote years ago that the above quasi-official line helped black serial killers evade capture. N.S.: I just remembered my all-purpose explanation for why blacks support black serial killers: Because they don’t care about their fellow blacks, and seek to profit from black evil.

Keep in mind that when David said of Part One, “better than expected,” he expected very little.



Anonymous said...

Such ignorance--you know blacks are never serial killers. All serial killers are young white men. How do I know? TV shows always say so and those TV producers would never lie to us. Would they? Also in the black lie department: when my brother-in-law graduated from Harvard, he refused to believe there was such a thing as a crooked black politician! Harvard had brainwashed him to think that blacks are always looking our for their bros and trying to better their race! So much for the value of a Harvard education.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
If you check out comment fields (the ones that remain that is) in media outlets you'll notice that every time a black serial killer emerges, commenters, usually black, sometimes white, will say things like: "Finally a black serial killer" "First black one ever" "Ok, maybe they caught one, but it's still whitey's game (they say that same about child molestation on that one)" "I never heard of a black serial killer before this one" etc.....
To be fair, black serial killers get cursory mention in the media while white ones are put on heavy rotation 24/7 but it's still a willful ignorance because they do have some vague awareness of the overabundance of black serial killer, they just choose to ignore it.

David In TN said...

I saw the second episode (of four) in the STARZ Encore Network's show on serial killer Samuel Little. Again, the program is better than expected. It was billed as showing the "systematic sexism and racial bias" in the justice system. Actually it shows something else.

A black career criminal murders for decades and gets acquitted in Florida for murdering a white woman. In San Diego for rape and attempted murder, he gets a hung jury, then a plea bargain to four years. He serves two, which was and is standard policy.

Where is this "racist justice system" that oppresses blacks?

The program's host rails against jurors who won't believe female witnesses who were engaged in prostitution. Well, it's usually WOMEM jurors who don't like these witnesses. There are often female jurors who take a pro-defense mindset.

Remember the report I gave you on the first Vanessa Coleman trial in 2010 for her role in the Knoxville Horror? In that one, the jury was allowed to ask questions. I saw white female jurors asking pro-defense questions.

Coleman got a "53 year" sentence in the first trial, "35 years" (actually 29) in the retrial, comes up for parole every six years.