Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Trial Date for 1999 Alabama War Crime Murders

By David in TN
Tue, Sep 28, 2021 9:11 p.m.

Trial Date for 1999 Alabama Murders

A trial date of May 2, 2022 has been scheduled (https://www.tuko.co.ke/427116-tracie-hawlett-jb-beasley-what-happened-latest-updates.html) for the 1999 murders of Tracie Hawlett and J.B. Beasley. They were 17-year-olds driving around at night after a party and got lost. They were found dead, in the trunk of J.B. Beasley's car, both shot in the head.

The suspect, Coley McCraney, left his DNA at the scene, exactly where and how isn't known. Details are always slow to come out in these cases.


David In TN said...

Another hoax is being pushed for the Tracie Hawlett-J.B. Beasley murders. The defense is going to claim "a White cop did it." You see how that will resonate.

The MSM, etc. have long disliked DNA hits revealing a black suspect killed White victims, females especially. They want to see an acquittal in this type of case.

The trial is still set for May 2. There have been a few recent news items.

David In TN said...

A "big" trial is scheduled (https://www.wtvy.com/2022/07/19/trial-man-accused-killing-dothan-teens-nears/) to begin in a few weeks. It concerns the 1999 murders of Tracie Hawlett and J.B. Beasley, two Alabama 17-year old girls who were driving around at night and got lost. Their bodies were found in the trunk of their car.

The suspect, Colin McCraney, was ID'd by a hit from a DNA database on a relative. The Golden State serial killer was found the same way. Since McCraney is black and the victims White, the MSM coverage was skeptical when he was arrested.

"Instead of disputing DNA results, McCraney's legal team seems content to hinge its presentation on convincing jurors that his DNA discovered on Ms Beasley doesn't prove he is a killer, only that he was in her company and perhaps not even on the night she died."

You have explained how this standard trope for black on White rape-murder works.

The defense is going to claim "a White Cop did it." No evidence exists for this, but the defense is pressing for a ruling allowing them to use it.

Anonymous said...

The semen left behind at the crime scene is the DNA evidence linking to our main mane Coley?