|March 20th, 2008||#1|
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Black Elderly Molesters
As a project with help from the administration, we should compile all the threads here of niggers raping the elderly (70+), who are sometimes as old as 99. As well as any that were never posted on VNN.
This is to show the lemmings it is not just where they are hospital orderlies possibily in the care of your mother or grandmother and just consider it a "perk of the jobs." But it is also where they actually brake into homes and go out of their way to brutalize whites in this especially bestial manner. Lemmings need to see this is almost exclusively a black or Mexican phenomenon that it is - because niggers really are different (noooo??)
(Always try to include a photo unless the description of the perp's race is given - not likely)
I will start by adding this little gem.
Charges Filed Against Rape Suspect
Created: 2/18/2007 8:54:20 PM
Last updated: 2/19/2007 2:27:54 PM
(KSDK) - St. Louis County prosecutors filed charges against a 24 year
old, in connection with a rape and burglary Wednesday.
Tracy Armstrong was charged on Friday with one count each of rape and
sodomy, and multiple counts of robbery and burglary.
Police say the man attacked an 84-year-old woman in her home on Rouvre
The woman also reported money and jewelry missing from her home.
Armstrong was arrested on Friday, following a report of another
|March 20th, 2008||#2|
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Here is another
Original thread http://www.vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=64357
Hemet police capture serial-rape suspect
Kenneth Daniels Jr.
San Jacinto man accused in three attacks; woman died in one of the attacks.
For video footage provided by the Hemet Police Department of officers pursuing the suspect, visit The Valley Chronicle's YouTube account at YouTube - Hemet police capture serial-rape suspect.
Hemet police on Friday arrested the man they accuse of violent, sexually motivated attacks on two elderly women in the same apartment complex, one of whom died. Officers closed in on the man after he tried to break into a third woman's home in the apartment complex on North Santa Fe Avenue, Hemet police Lt. Jeff Pinney reported.
Pinney had reported that the attacker raped one woman twice, first in August, then in October. In the Aug. 21 attack, the attacker allegedly beat the woman so badly, she was taken to the hospital.
The second woman, who was confined to a wheelchair, died from the injuries sustained in the Dec. 11 attack, Pinney reported.
Her death was not reported to police until Dec. 13, after an employee of the apartment complex found her, police Capt. Dave Brown said.
All of the early-morning attacks occurred at the Oak Terrace senior apartments, in the 500 block of North Santa Fe Avenue, Pinney reported.
It was at Oak Terrace at 1:37 a.m. Friday that Hemet police officers working undercover surveillance observed a man enter the complex from the northeast side, Pinney reported, who added that he jumped the fence.
Pinney reported that the man matched the description of the rapist. He generally has been described as a black man with an athletic build in his teens or 20s.
As officers moved in, police dispatch received a call from an elderly woman inside the complex that someone was trying to break into her apartment through a partially open window, Pinney reported.
Police found the man walking quickly away, and when they ordered him to stop, he fled out the front gate, Pinney reported. Officers caught him a short distance south and took him into custody after a brief struggle, according to Pinney.
The suspect was identified as Kenneth Daniels Jr., 21, of San Jacinto. He was initially arrested on charges of attempted burglary and resisting arrest.
He was then booked on charges of murder with special circumstances, two counts of rape during the commission of a residential burglary, two counts of forced oral copulation, one count of causing great bodily injury during a rape, one count of attempted burglary, and one count of resisting arrest.
Daniels is being held without bail.
Anyone with additional information about Daniels is asked to call police Detective scott Jernegan at 765-2421.
|March 20th, 2008||#3|
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Arrest made in 1976 murder
The 85-year-old victim had been raped and stabbed.
By ABHI RAGHUNTHAN
Published July 18, 2007
"He had no idea why we were there," Sgt. Mike Kovacsev, head of
the homicide unit, said as he stood behind a scrapbook with old
newspaper clippings of the murder. "He really hadn't thought about
it in 30 years. His past came back to haunt him."
Alfonzo Austin, 58,
who was never a
suspect in the murder,
admitted killing Barth
and faces a charge
of first-degree murder.
ST. PETERSBURG - For more than 30 years, the gruesome murder of Mary Jane Barth remained unsolved, one of the department's oldest open cases.
She was an 85-year-old retiree who had grown senile and often wandered away from home. On Sept. 17, 1976, police found her facedown inside Greenwood Cemetery. She had been raped and stabbed 27 times.
Police worked overtime following leads. But the trail went cold.
Then, last year, investigator Brenda Stevenson submitted DNA evidence to the state's crime lab, something police do regularly with cold cases in the hope of getting a break.
And they did. Last month, police got word that the DNA from semen on a small piece of Barth's clothing matched a profile in an FBI database: Alfonzo Austin, 58, a convicted sex offender who was living in an apartment just outside Quincy in the Panhandle.
He was surprised when officers showed up to arrest him.
"He had no idea why we were there," Sgt. Mike Kovacsev, head of the homicide unit, said Tuesday, as he stood behind a scrapbook with old newspaper clippings of the murder. "He really hadn't thought about it in 30 years. His past came back to haunt him."
Austin, who was never a suspect in the murder, admitted killing Barth, Kovacsev said, and faces a charge of first-degree murder. Austin also made some comments that could link him to another unsolved murder that took place just four months before Barth's killing.
Police say they are investigating whether he is responsible for the attempted rape and stabbing of Ester Greene, a 67-year-old woman who was found in the Jordan Park housing complex where she lived. Police have submitted DNA evidence, but it has not been processed yet by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. (This woman was a nigress - brutus)
Austin lived just across the street from Greenwood Cemetery in 1976. He did various odd jobs, including working as a day laborer. He told police that he liked to go drink in the cemetery, at 11th Avenue S and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street.
He also has a lengthy criminal record that includes several sexual assaults.
Just a month after Barth's death, he was arrested for burglary and sentenced to one year. On the day he was released, Austin tried to rape another woman, police said. He got a six-month sentence and spent 4 1/2 years on probation for that attack.
He moved to Gadsden County in the Panhandle. Then, in 1990, he was convicted of a felony lewd and lascivious charge involving his stepdaughter, who was younger than 16.
That's when Austin's DNA sample was entered into the FBI's DNA database. And it was that sample that matched the DNA submitted by St. Petersburg police.
Beth Ordeman, a crime lab analyst with the FDLE, said she was very excited after learning about the hit. Recent advances in DNA technology have made it possible to obtain DNA profiles from even minute samples.
The technology used to identify Austin is called short tandem repeat, or STR. It is considered the most powerful type of DNA analysis, and works by comparing replicated genetic markers in DNA samples to those within profiles in the database.
Despite his string of arrests, Austin spent the last few years living just outside Gadsden with a retiree who was on Social Security, Kovacsev said. He said Austin was very nervous while talking about the crime.
Mary Barth was born in 1890, and moved to St. Petersburg with her sister around 1951 after running a guest home in Cleveland that catered to families of patients at the Cleveland Clinic.
In newspaper clippings about the brutal murder, neighbors described her as friendly.
Alice Barth was 78 years old in 1976, and died before Austin was arrested. But after her sister's death, she told a St. Petersburg Times reporter: "I hope they get that man off the streets, the one who killed Mary."
Times researcher Angie Drobnic Holan contributed to this report. Abhi Raghunathan can be reached at [email protected] or 727 893-8472.
|March 20th, 2008||#4|
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Stroke victim, 82, raped in bed
The attacker was discovered by a member of staff
Staff at residential care homes for the elderly are being asked to be extra vigilant after a bed-ridden woman was raped in her room.
A member of staff, at the home in Nottinghamshire, disturbed a naked man attacking the woman in her room at about 0520 BST on Sunday.
The intruder, described as black, slim, aged 20-25 with dreadlocks, ran off.
Det Insp Sean Anderson said the attack against the 82-year-old stroke victim, "defies belief".
Residential home owners and guests were being warned by the police to be extra vigilant, and to close doors and windows at night, until the man is caught.
It defies belief that someone can sink so low as to attack and sexually abuse a helpless old lady who has had a stroke
Det Insp Sean Anderson
Mr Anderson, who is in charge of the inquiry, said: "It defies belief that someone can sink so low as to attack and sexually abuse a helpless old lady who has had a stroke and who is incapable of defending herself."
He added that it had yet to be established how the offender had entered the premises and that the man was very dangerous and must be caught as soon as possible.
The attack took place on the ground floor of the residential care home.
A full search of the area was carried out with police officers and dogs but the man was not found.
Mr Anderson urged anyone who may have seen someone fitting the attacker's description to come forward.
"No-one would want to shield an individual capable of this sort of crime," he said.
The care home's manager declined to comment about the incident other than to say that it was a "sensitive matter".
|March 20th, 2008||#5|
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The victim here was not white but is still worth noting for the great age disparity (it was a teen) and unique savagery.
Teen Charged in Murder/Rape of 99 Year Old
Seventeen-year-old Moise Opont has been charged with the murder and sexual assault of Edith Mecallah his 99-year-old neighbor and with the assault of Mecallah’s 77-year-old daughter. He faces five felony charges in all including battery and robbery.
It is speculated that Opont broke into the house through the back patio. Mecallah's daughter was awakened by strange noises and was able to identify the boy with ease as he pushed her aside to escape. Opont was later arrested at his home.
Police say that Opont has admitted to the crimes but has not confessed. They say that he is fully cooperating. It is expected that he will be held without bond after Friday. Neighbors say they are terrified at the sharp increase of violent crimes.
|March 20th, 2008||#6|
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A man who police believe broke into an 86-year-old woman's house and raped her is in Mecklenburg jail tonight, charged with sexual assault and first-degree burglary.
Sherrod Byers, 37, of 1217 Enderly Road, was arrested by the police department's violent criminal apprehension team. Police haven't said how they connected Byers with the crime in west Charlotte, but a police report says the department's crime scene search unit and crime lab played a big part in solving the case.
Neighbors told WCNC, the Observer's news partner, that the woman was terrified when a man showed up naked in her bed this morning and raped her.
Byers has a long criminal history in North Carolina. He's been found guilty of more than a dozen crimes since 1993 -- but has never been convicted as a sex offender and isn't on the state's registry.
|March 20th, 2008||#7|
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The 16-year-old boy accused of beating, raping and robbing an elderly woman this past weekend has been linked to a similar attack two years ago, also involving an 81-year-old woman, Shreveport police said today.
Investigators also announced that DNA testing has solved a "cold case" involving the rape of an elderly woman 13 years ago.
Calvin "C.J." Breakfield, 16, was already jailed on suspicion he raped an 81-year-old widow this past weekend at her home in Caddo Heights. He has now been charged with a second count of aggravated rape, this one alleging he raped an elderly woman in June 2005 at her home on Jewella Avenue in southwest Shreveport.
Police said strong similarities between the two rapes led them to investigate Breakfield for the attack two years ago. They did not disclose what evidence they have.
Family members of Breakfield said he has a history of psychological problems and they have been trying to deal with him and make him take his medication for years. His mental condition is expected to be an issue as the case moves through the judicial process.
A DNA test of two convicted rapists who were about to be released from prison provided the break in the 13-year-old rape case, authorities said.
Rodney Washington, 39, and Harry Richardson, 36, will be charged aggravated rape, police said.
That case involved the rape of a then-83-year-old woman. She is still alive, but probably will not be able to testify in court, authorities said.
Before they were released from prison for another 1994 rape, Washington and Richardson had to submit DNA samples. Those were entered into a database and DNA checks implicated them, authorities said.
|March 20th, 2008||#8|
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D.A.: Rape of elderly woman led to her death
The Bossier Parish grand jury today charged a Benton man with the murder of a nursing home patient, saying the injuries she sustained when she was raped led to her death.
Derrick Walker, 31, was indicted for first-degree murder of Emma Broghan, 89.
District Attorney Schuyler Marvin said Broghan, who suffered from dementia and was a resident of a Bossier City facility, was taken to the hospital this past October after she started bleeding. An examination determined she had been raped, Marvin said.
Broghan died nine days later. An autopsy concluded Broghan died of pneumonia, but Marvin said there is medical evidence that would prove her condition "was aggravated by the trauma of being raped."
At the time of Broghan's death, Walker -- who police said had a relative living at the nursing home -- had just been arrested for exposing himself to Broghan's next-door neighbor at the nursing home. Police then began investigating him for rape.
Marvin said Walker had a sexual attraction to elderly [White woman] and brought a condom to the nursing home.
The district attorney said he has not decided whether to seek the death penalty, which could apply in this case because of the age of the victim.
Walker has not been arraigned on the murder charge. He is expected to enter a not-guilty plea in the next few days.
-Oh yea, they're equal!
|April 4th, 2008||#9|
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Athens-Clarke County Police said they have arrested a man suspected of raping an elderly woman.
George Holmes, 56, has been charged with rape, aggravated sodomy, and kidnapping with bodily injury. He turned himself in on Sunday afternoon, and remains in the Athens-Clarke County Jail.
Investigators said he knew the 76-year-old woman he is accused of having assaulted on Thursday.
Only a 20 year age gap here.
|April 4th, 2008||#10|
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...unlike with this little asset
He was just 14 when he began breaking into the homes of elderly Greensboro women and trying to rape them.
On Monday, two years later, Tyquan Unikue Deberry learned that he'll remain in prison for the crimes until he is at least 40.
Deberry pleaded guilty Monday in Guilford County Superior Court to 13 charges stemming from six attacks between June and November 2004 -- five of which involved elderly women.
The teen, now 17, made the plea without receiving any concessions from prosecutors.
The charges included one count of attempted first-degree rape, three counts of attempted second-degree rape, three counts of common law robbery, two counts of second-degree kidnapping and four counts of breaking or entering.
Superior Court Judge Vance Bradford Long gave Deberry four consecutive sentences totalling at least 23 years and eight months in prison -- near the 25 years that prosecutors had suggested.
Deberry, who has remained in the juvenile detention center since his arrest about 18 months ago, gave no reaction to the sentence.
According to prosecutors, all the attacks occurred within about a 3-mile radius in the Spring Valley, Southmont and Gate Ridge communities.
The first incident started after Deberry grabbed a 91-year-old woman as she walked into her house on Kirkman Street. He eventually threw her on her bed and tried to pull off her clothes.
The other women were also violently assaulted -- including one hit in the head with a large stepping stone. Deberry also knocked down, choked and robbed a 91-year-old man.
"The state believes he is a predator," Guilford Assistant District Attorney Leah Howell said.
Deberry broke into the home of an 80-year-old widow twice during the spree, pinning her down, choking and gyrating his pelvis on top of her the second time.
"I feared to even go outside my door," she told the judge Monday.
The News & Record does not name victims of sexual assault.
Police connected the teen to the assaults through the elderly man's wallet, DNA evidence and statements he made to investigators confessing to the crimes.
Though originally charged as a juvenile, Deberry was moved into the adult court system last year after a district court judge decided the crimes warranted such treatment.
On Monday, Deberry's attorney, Jack Hatfield, told the judge he had no explanation for his client's conduct. But he did relate Deberry's troubled childhood as a way to understand but not excuse the crimes.
Deberry, who was raised by his grandmother after his alcoholic mother neglected him, was routinely beaten with a belt by his stepgrandfather, Hatfield said. When his grandmother died of breast cancer in 2002, his stepgrandfather told Deberry he did not want him, Hatfield said. An aunt in Greensboro is "probably the only relative who cares about him," Hatfield said.
The judge said he wished he could lock up the relatives who mistreated Deberry but he can't.
"I don't have a choice but to protect the most vulnerable people from outrageous conduct," Long said.
|July 11th, 2008||#11|
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White man defends hi two useless fucking niggers in Louisville, Ky. Way to go White m
Thursday, June 5, 2008
White man blows away two useless fucking niggers in Louisville, Ky. Way to go White man!
The world is a better place today thanks to this man. Leave it to the Jews to mitigate what these niggers did and at the same time to condemn this white man, by referrring to HIM as a "Gunman," a term that is generally applied to a criminal, not a man defending HIS home and protecting HIS wife. Fucking Jewish Media! Video at site.
2 [niggers] shot and killed during an apparent home invasion
12:46 PM EDT on Wednesday, June 4, 2008
|February 11th, 2010||#14|
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Location: Gone to work on the lemming sites against Big Jew.
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New Nation has an ongoing category for just this type of crime. Posting link here for those interested:
Cowardly, craven and cruel black attacks on children, the disabled and the elderly
The average kwan is of such low quality that he'd shoot himself if he had any self awareness.
-Joe from Ohio
|August 11th, 2012||#15|
Teen 'rapes woman, 84, and savagely beats her husband, 93, in brutal home invasion'
By Daily Mail Reporter
10 August 2012
An 18-year-old man nigger has been accused of raping an 84-year-old woman and savagely beating her 93-year-old husband during a brutal home invasion in the middle of the day.
Tony L. Putnam, of Kansas City, Missouri, has been charged with forcible rape, felonious restraint, tampering, resisting arrest and two counts of robbery in relation to the July 31 incident.
He allegedly gained entry into the elderly couple’s Kansas City home through a broken basement window.