Tuesday, May 04, 2021

David in TN Reviews the Third Episode (of Four) in the starz encore network’s Show on black Serial Killer Samuel Little

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starz encore network’s Show on black Serial Killer Samuel Little, and Sifts Through the Mixed Messages.”]

By David in TN
Monday, May 3, 2021 at 12:17:00 A.M. EDT

I saw the third episode (of four) in the starz encore network’s show on black serial killer Samuel Little.

This one starts with Little’s family background, such as it was. His mother was 16, didn’t want him, and tried to kill him. She left him by the side of a country road in Georgia. A peddler picked him up and gave him to his paternal grandparents, who took him to the Cleveland, Ohio area.

Little started in petty crime as a “teen.” Surprise, surprise. He went to a reformatory, and got used to gang rapes. His birth mother asked him to join her in Miami, when Little was 26. He and his mother would go to bed together and have sex. Or so Little said.

He had always wanted to strangle women, and finally started in 1971, age 30.

The best part of the episode is an account of the 2014 Los Angeles trial, in which Little was convicted of three murders from the late 1980s. Little was caught from having to submit his DNA as a sex offender. The left-wing media and politicians had campaigned against this DNA base, without which Little would never have been identified, convicted, and given a “Life” sentence.

The audience isn’t told this.

The host of the program is an oddball of sorts, and says she had been a prostitute/“sex worker” at one time. She is married to a White man, but has two adopted black males, ages eight and 12. At the end of the episode, she is shown telling her eldest about Little. He mumbles something about lack of “empathy,” and doesn’t seem too interested.


By David in TN
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 12:32:00 A.M. EDT

There is something I would add. Little was a typical member of the black criminal class, a fact the starz encore show’s host misses.

N.S.: It sounds like the series is going off the rails.



Anonymous said...

"The host of the program is an oddball of sorts, and says she had been a prostitute/“sex worker” at one time. She is married to a White man, but has two adopted black males, ages eight and 12."

GRA:Imagine putting together a resume like this and being hired!


Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
I'm not sure it was ever even on the rails. First thing that jumps out at you is that he started killing in 1971 but I'd be willing to bet my life savings he started even before that. In any case he's been killing women for at least 49 yrs, which means he'd have to average 1.8 murders a year to reach the 90 victim level. Seriously? A halfway decent serial killer could have 2 victims a month but the countries most prolific ever could only manage a paltry 1.8 per year. I don't believe it for a moment. I've talked before about that absurd 90 women killed figure but I believe it bears repeating because it's so obviously a politically correct, because he black, low ball estimate of the extent of his rampage. The cops and media were afraid they couldn't keep a lid on the hysteria if the true extent of his rampage was exposed so they kept the figure below the magic 100 mark.

If Little had been white, guarantee they'd be doing all they could to inflate the number of his victims.

There's a profit motive with the media though, pushing a black serial killer doesn't sell, a white serial killer becomes a media celebrity, you sell more papers, get more internet hits and there's the possibility of best selling books, movies & TV series. Pushing a black serial killer might result in accusations of racism, so they keep him on the downlow. This Starz cable series is token exposure, I'll give the media some cred when I see a series on network TV or some kind of major movie adaptation. Little still doesn't get remotely the attention Ted Bundy does to this day.

David In TN said...

I have a correction concerning the Starz Encore Network's series on black Serial Killer Samuel Little. It turns out there are five episodes, not the four I had thought.

The fourth episode, which runs dozens of times this week, features a murder Little claimed to have done in Houma, Louisiana in 1996. The victim was a black woman named Daisy McGuire, age 40. She was a drug addict, sometimes prostitute.

Her family members were angry, not at Little, but at law enforcement, even though the town has a black police chief. "They would have solved the case if she had been a white girl! They didn't care!"

A reality check. To solve a murder, you investigate people known to the victim. That's who investigators begin with. If they don't have a name or witnesses, finding the killer is almost impossible.

During the family interviews, the victim's brother upon seeing a photograph of Samuel Little, said, "I know that guy. I saw him with my sister."

Well, WHY DIDN'T HE TELL THE DETECTIVES THIS AT THE TIME? They could have caught Little in 1996 had the victim's brother given them Little's name.

The fifth, and hopefully final, episode is next Sunday, May 16.