"They could be made to accept the most flagrant violations of reality, and were not sufficiently interested in public events to notice what was happening"
- George Orwell - 1984

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Murder of Two Whites in Nashville

And the national media is silent, again. Typical hush crime you’ll NEVER hear about on CNN, Fox, MSNBC, ect. Two blacks, one a female, rob and murder, execution style, two whites. Watch the video HERE and see how the jewish media seeks to mitigate what this female savage did, i.e. 'she was nice,' 'She was quiet,' 'I’m SHOCKED that she was involved,' ect.

'Classmates Describe Suspect In Bellacino’s Slayings As Quiet, Nice' The jewish media always does this. It’s known as media mitigation and whenever a black person murders a white it’s the first thing the media does in an effort to soothe the unhappiness of whites that are beginning to conclude the obvious, blacks are out of control and need to be controlled in one way or another.

Candlelight Vigil For Slain Teenager

A judge postponed the court hearing Friday of two people police believe were responsible killing two Bellacino’s Pizza employees.Jason Bobo, a former employee and Crystle Rutherford were charged with fatally shooting Chris Caris and Joshua Cole at the West Nashville business.

Cole’s relatives and friends gathered outside the business a week after the shootings.

They placed flowers, letters and candles o the pavement to honor the 18-year-old who worked there to earn extra money.

A family’s vigil was the only chance to speak out about the crime because their chance was taken away earlier in the day in court.

“It enrages me that my family is going to have to wait another 30 days to start this process,” his mother Tina Cole.

The first court hearing was pushed back.

“When she walked in that room at Bellacino’s with a gun in her hand and had it on my son while he lay there helplessly,” Cole said.

The crime was caught on tape. It still leaves many questions. Cole’s family is disappointed about another delay in their quest to find answers.

Cole’s family questions whether the crime was a robbery attempted, as police called it.

“My son had money in his wallet,” Cole said. I do not see that as a robbery. We went and picked up his belongings. He had $208 in his wallet that was never touched

One relative said he thought it was a hate crime.

“Our nights have been sleepless, wondering how these people can go and do what they’re doing,” Cole said.

Bobo told police he targeted the business for robbery because he knew the layout.

Police said Rutherford also confessed. Her father said Bobo forced her to participate.

Both will be in court at the end of the month.

Police said Bobo told them he killed Caris because the pair worked together and he feared Caris would be able to identify him to police.
Story Here

Murder Suspects Jason Bobo and Crystle Rutherford

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