Thursday, December 29, 2022

silver spring man charged with drugging, branding a woman he met on tinder

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
thu, dec 29, 2022 9:00 p.m.

"silver spring man charged for [sic] drugging, branding a woman he met on tinder"


Anonymous said...

You have to wonder,what percentage of the people in this country are pure evil--as compared to 50 years ago.The internet seems to have created a lot of the increase in crime.The decrease in White demographics accounts for a good percentage of it as well.More minorities means more evil.

I'll throw another one out.Abortion getting okayed in 1971. Roe v Wade allowed women to legally kill their kids by the millions.If you can do something like that and excuse it,then your mindset has changed.Something was lost in the country when that case was decided in favor of abortion.


Anonymous said...

I had originally thought the woman was Branded with a red hot iron Branding iron but there was not so he had her tattooed I guess it is also considered a form of branding is Manrico pimp asides crossing interstate lines for moral purposes that is most serious crime but I doubt he will be get a federal offense probably only a state offense Manrico is engaged in the practice of pimping which is almost exclusively a Negro enterprise in the USA maybe rolling with a few exceptions amongst the mex

There are a few crimes committed USA where are almost strictly exclusively committed by Negroes pimping as one of them attacks on white elderly is another attacks and white children also is another very unseemly and bad behavior almost strictly on the part of the Negro

Anonymous said...

Not only egregious form of behavior but behavior that is done for the most trivial reasons I look the glance the stare they perceive look glance or stare cigarette parking spot a quarter almost instantly rage takes hold of some persons resulting in bang bang shoot them up someone day and y’all

Anonymous said...



A suspect was arrested Friday in Pennsylvania on an active arrest warrant for murder in the first degree in connection with the killings of four University of Idaho students last month, documents and sources say.

The man arrested is Bryan Christopher Kohberger, 28, according to the criminal complaint. He was taken into custody Friday in Monroe County, the document states.

Authorities narrowed their focus to Kohberger after tracing his ownership of a white Hyundai Elantra seen in the area of the killings, according to two law enforcement sources briefed on the investigation. Kohberger’s DNA has also been matched to genetic material recovered at the off-campus house where the students were stabbed to death, according to the sources.

Authorities learned the suspect had left the area and went to Pennsylvania, the sources said.

An FBI surveillance team from the Philadelphia field office has been tracking him for four days in the area where he was arrested, according to the sources.

GRA:White,I assume from Kohberger--or Brian.