New Orleans Mother’s Day Parade violence (guess who) has locals worried about Annie Malone this weekend.
New Orleans Mother’s Day Parade violence (guess who) has locals worried about Annie Malone this weekend.
Shown were two teenagers, 16 and 17, being beaten, then humiliated. The young men were tied to chairs with duct tape then thrown down the stairs. They were burned with cigarettes. They were forced to strip naked and shower together, and told to wash each other’s backs and kiss each other. Then they were made to stand outside in little girls’ underwear. All of which went on Facebook, authorities said.
What it really is is Bellcurvii acting particularly Bellcurvey.
And more than that, as one can tell by following this back to an earlier article, is a row over enmity toward LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH. They should pay more attention to their President: This is their Era.
And the St. Louis County Police Department was getting better, too. Until now.
Why fire him, when he was merely performing a valuable public service? That being trying to prevent South County’s major shopping and entertainment venues from becoming too vibrant.
It’s been some time, but he held down 2-4 on KMOX after Rush about ten years ago. During that time, he had on as a guest for one show Jared Taylor.
Gone for good. Suits use the excuse of “journalistic standards” and “appearance of bias.” When that never bothered them before. The reality is that the suits found an excuse to dump a big salary.
Old Slave Road, a residential drive in Wildwood north of Babler State Park, which connects only to Wild Horse Creek Road, will keep its name in spite of threats from the thought police.
If Wildwood does eventually change the name, I recommend Bell Curve Boulevard.
Personally, I blame the whole row on Nelly.
A St. Louisan.
P.S. This is what happens when undocumented dumbasses cross over from a more comprehensive state to a less comprehensive state. The river is wide, both literally in its current over-flood-stage state and figuratively.
What? Expensive electronics.
Where? “Nati” Rent-to-Own, apparently.
The only good news is that Bellcurvius has already pre-shackled his own legs, so even if he takes off on foot, you’ll be able to catch up to him with just a jogger’s pace.
OTOH, and seriously, I worry about walking uniformed cops in these “hotspots” (neighborhoods whose ooks are ookier than usual) — They’ll be slowly moving and easy targets.
“Art” was defaced at a gallery in The Grove, one of the city’s most noted LGBTQMIAPDLOLPLPLTH neighborhoods.
It’s a portrait, which means the (very) young man was real. If he stands up, the photographer is in Federal prison.
But his legs were also hindered.
Which is why I say — Don’t be hatin’ on the saggers. If they voluntarily self-immobilize on the margins, who are we to stop them?
Help a cop, encourage Bellcurvius to sag.
There was a day when Cherokee Street was a legitimate competitor to Downtown for big time shopping. (Yeah, I know, it’s also hard to realize that Downtown had big time shopping). I am just old enough to have seen Cherokee Street as a shopping venue well past its peak, but still functional. But as I got into my early teenage years, Bellcurvius started swarming in from the north, and Cherokee Street died bit by bit.
Now, the comprehensive immigration reform people are moving in and displacing Bellcurvius. Since anything is an improvement over the lowest common denominator that are ooks, it’s just a matter of pure logic that Cherokee Street is better off than it was now that it’s Mexico instead of Africa. Still, it’s not the America it once was.
Yeah, I’ve got to satisfy the “why don’t you ever do white crime stories” peanut gallery.
White man takes his shirt off, so he immediately has to do something stupid. In this case, he did it along with a shirt-wearing friend.
The party I feel the most sorry for in all this? His dog.
Once upon a time, the Normandy district was the most desirable in North County, bar none. But that was a very long time ago, when the district was white and middle to upper middle class.
Now, Normandy HS is “the most dangerous high school” in the metro area, and the second most dangerous in the state, behind only the very misnamed “Central Academy of Academic Excellence” in Kansas City.
What explains the change? That’s what happens when the residential areas in the school district transition from boring to vibrant. Before, students at Normandy High had names like John and Jane. Now they have names like Daija’h and Ta’Darrian.
Chocolate City St. Louis
You wanted your Daily Ook? Now you’ve got it.
The Bellcurvius who goes by “Ledale” was Mario Coleman’s younger accomplice.
St. Louis Radio
“Dynamic women discussing the issues of the day,” they promised.
“It’s about time,” so goes the station’s tagline.
Well, I scanned passed it just a little while ago, and they were talking about boobs and bras.
They call themselves “The Woman,” but they might as well include “and The Gay Man.”
Around the Metro
For those of you troll drive-by e-mailers who wonder why I don’t do white crime stories, today’s your day in the sun. I have two that interest me this evening.
This one is (about to be “was”) a teacher at Soldan, and he was allegedly found to be having a sexual relationship with one of the school’s students who is under the age of consent. Since soon-to-be ex-teach here is 32, i.e. 21 or older, this means the AOC relevant to him is 17, meaning the Soldan student (Soldan’s student body is virtually 100% black) was 16 or younger.
He likes gay sex with black men? He’s about to spend a lot of time in a place where he can get a lot of it, some of it involuntarily.
This one had a hot date for the prom, but he also had nine outstanding warrants for his arrest, and in his attempt to avoid being apprehended on his way to the prom, he allegedly committed a few new felonies. It says he is a 19-year old probably senior, which probably means he flunked a grade or his parents held him back a year before starting school. He might have thought his date was all that and a bag of chips, but I personally would not get too close to a young woman who accepts a prom invitation from a nine times over wanted fugitive. As it is, his hot dates for the foreseeable future…well, you know.
Yeah, I hear you snickering.
So, here we go:
Eight years ago, Bolden signed a $150,000 deal with one of the most successful record labels in history, Def Jam.
The money went as quickly as it came.
“Ten-thousand dollar chains, and jewelry, and things like that,” said Bolden.
But it was only a matter of months until he said his record deal faded. He went from being seen on MTV to working a minimum wage job.
“I was asking myself, ‘Why me?’”
Why you? Because you were a double digit IQ Bellcurvius with almost no sense of future time orientation, and probably very little numerical literacy. After all, $150 thousand is hardly $150 million. Then again, he probably would have blown through $150 million as fast as he blew through $150 thousand.
And with newfound faith, Bolden opened a recording studio in the St. Louis Mills Mall – now called the St. Louis Outlet Mall.
“I have a background from the urban community… since I made it out of that place, it’s only right to go back where I came from,” Bolden said.
You may have “made it out” of the hood, but the hood didn’t make it out of you.
And also, he really didn’t make it out of the hood, because the mall in which he has his recording studio opened only ten years ago this November, yet it’s well on its way to going into DeadMalls.com. Notice that its former name is “St. Louis Mills,” because the Mills company dropped it like a hot potato. Of course St. Louis Mills was probably doomed from the start, even notwithstanding the changing shopping habits of the American retail consumer, because the local public transit was extended to serve the mall once it opened. And when one end of the bus line was at the mall, the other end was in the ghetto. A mall where hip hop recording studios are set up, even if it’s the “good” kind of hip hop, is a mall that’s dying.
“You can become anything that you want to become in life,” he told students.
And whose fault is it going to be when two-digit IQ charter fools don’t become nuclear physicists and neurosurgeons? “You can become anything you want to become in life.” Really? Then why am I already not President of the United States, and never will be? The irony is that reality slapped this Koran Bolden fool in the face, and now after that happens and he sorta lands on his feet in a sane way, he’s turning right around and pumping a whole bunch of pie in the sky “you can be anything you want to be” bullshit into the heads of kids. They might not adjust to reality bitch-slapping them in the face so level-headedly.
Chocolate City St. Louis
What’s that you say? All Bellcurvii are equal, but some Bellcurvii are more bellcurvey than others.
Bosnian-St. Louisans battling County Hall over a new mosque/community center development the former want to build near the old Grandpa’s on Lemay Ferry.
The group was already worshipping at a mosque in south St. Louis. But with many area Bosnians moving from the city to south St. Louis County, the Islamic Community Center’s religious leader, Imam Muhamed Hasic, decided the center should have a presence in the county.
That’s something I’ve been predicting ever since our Yankee government moved the Bosnians here after we oppressed Serbia. They were largely settled in and around the Bevo neighborhood of South City, (and thank goodness for that, because they prevented the Africanization of that general part of South City, which probably would have happened but for the Bosnians). But as they stayed awhile, had kids, and discovered that the St. Louis City Public Schools are mostly black and crummy, they would gradually migrate to South County.
I’m also guessing the “mosque in south St. Louis” was that place on South Kingshighway with that minaret visible from the DOR drivers license office.
St. Louis County prosecutors charged Jeffrey Massey, 20, of the 5800 block of Etzel Avenue on April 18 with misdemeanor sexual misconduct. Police say that on or about Sept. 6, 2012, the victim went to Missouri College for a massage, and that Massey was assigned to her massage, according to court documents.
During the massage at the college at 1405 South Hanley Road, Massey touched the victim’s genitals without her consent, according to the documents.
Or maybe this isn’t a crime, but an example of the modern reversal of gender roles. Maybe he wanted to give her a happy ending.
Chocolate City St. Louis
This is “Freaky.” No mug of “Blood” yet.
St. Louis ATF agent, informants saved when guns wouldn’t fire
Undercover work requires luck as well as skill, and a federal agent here used up a lifetime’s worth when two men buying guns and drugs opened fire inside a car. That is, they tried to open fire. Both their weapons failed, allowing the agent and two informers to escape with their lives last week, officials and court documents revealed.
Federal prosecutors charged Frederick “Freaky” Crayton, 23, and James “J. Blood” Jones, 21, with assault on a federal law enforcement officer with a dangerous or deadly weapon. Prosecutors asked Monday that they be held without bail pending trial. A judge will decide later.
Crayton is from St. Louis; Jones’ home community was not available.
The agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was pistol-whipped in the ensuing fight. ATF spokeswoman Trista Frederick said Monday that the agent was doing “fine.” The officer’s name was not revealed by the agency or in court records.
Frederick could not explain how both guns malfunctioned at the same time. She did say that ATF had neither provided the weapons nor tampered with them.
“Sometimes things just work out better for us than for them,” she explained.
Authorities said the guns were semi-automatic pistols, one a .40 caliber and one a 9 millimeter.
Daniel E. Jackson, a retired St. Louis County police firearms examiner who now serves as a forensic consultant, said Monday that while it was “weird” for both weapons to misfire repeatedly, it is not unusual for a “street” gun to fail.
“There are frequently, frequently bad guys running around out there with guns that don’t work,” Jackson said. Many guns are abused, and bought and sold cheaply on the street, he said. “I’m just amazed that most of them don’t end up in a gunfight and find out the hard way.”
According to an affidavit filed in court by Special Agent Russell G. Johnson, one of the investigators, the undercover agent and the gunmen had had dealings before. The agent first met with them and another man to sell a gun to one of them, Johnson wrote. They met again April 15, and another man sold the agent and the informants crack cocaine. The third meeting was Thursday, in the 3200 block of Henrietta Place, just northeast of Interstate 44 and Grand Boulevard.
The sellers pulled handguns, prompting a “scuffle” inside the car, officials said. The men pulled their triggers over and over but the pistols would not fire.The agent was struck with a gun, “splitting (the agent’s) head open,” the affidavit says. The fight then spilled out of the car. Witnesses saw the men point their guns and pull the triggers again, accompanied by more harmless clicking.
The attackers ran off, only to be caught — with their guns — by other officers nearby.
U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan said, “Obviously, this is a situation that could have ended tragically. It just underscores the … day-to-day danger that law enforcement faces and what you may encounter in these undercover investigations,” he said. Speaking of Jones and Crayton, Callahan said, “In their mind, they were going to rip them off.”
In court Monday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Toni Decker told U.S. Magistrate Judge [*****] the defendants were a danger to the community. “If that gun had not misfired, we would probably be talking about a dead federal agent,” she said. [*****] took the request under advisement. Decker said both men will probably be indicted on Wednesday or Thursday.
Court records show this is the first time either man has faced a federal charge.
In 1998, Crayton was convicted of burglary and theft in St. Louis County. In 2011, he was convicted of misdemeanor property damage in St. Louis.
Crayton’s public defender, Sean Vicente, said his client had served “minor sentences” on both his prior cases. He said Crayton had worked at a diner until it closed.
Vicente pointed out that Jones was the one accused of pistol-whipping the agent.
Vicente noted, “I don’t know what to say” about the faulty guns.
Jones’ attorney, Peter Cohen, said his client was a self-employed tuckpointer whose only prior criminal case was a misdemeanor assault on a law enforcement officer at the age of 19. Cohen asked for Jones to be released on house arrest.
Neither lawyer commented outside the courtroom Monday. Decker referred questions to Callahan.
A mug shot of Jones was not available.
Unfortunately, two ATF informants can no longer be used as they have now been made.
And also, it’s a good thing that black illicit firearms buyers aren’t exactly in it for the quality.
The only good thing is that both Freaky and Blood will be spending a very long time with their Uncle Sam.
The two incidents occurred between May 12 and July 7. After the July incident, a cashier told Maplewood police Det. Adam Fite that Brown gave her a $100 bill to pay for a bottle of water, and then confused her as she was making change for it by giving her additional bills and asking her to break those bills into smaller bills, according to court documents.
Ultimately, she gave Brown $996.02 in cash. During the May incident, a cashier gave Brown $900 in cash, according to court documents.
The only way this scam would have worked is if the cashiers were dim bulbs. I get the feeling he deliberately chose cashiers that looked a lot like him. A cashier with a three digit IQ wouldn’t let him or her self get confused in this manner.
Ever since this story broke, my radar has been going off. Now we have confirmation.
It sounds like something out of a horror film: a young woman, washing her hands in the bathroom sink, suddenly looks in the mirror and sees a stranger behind her, who grabs her and starts to strangle her.
Unfortunately, a freshman at St. Louis Community College – Meramec lived this nightmare.
Nineteen year-old Blythe Grupe was in class in the Communications North building on campus when she got up to use the restroom. Moments later, she was attacked.
This happened Thursday morning, and now she’s thankful to be alive.
“He kinda sneaked past me and stood behind me, and just grabbed me,” Grupe recalls.
As he covered her mouth with one hand and put her in a headlock with the other, Grupe says he was whispering for her to be quiet. Still, the college freshman managed to let out a scream.
Luckily, police were just feet away, responding to an unrelated incident. Campus Police Chief Paul Banta explains, “They heard people calling for police, moved immediately to the location, and actually had him in custody either before he was outside the bathroom or right at the entryway to the bathroom.”
According to Banta, the suspect is an 18-year-old black male, and a student at Meramec.
UPDATE 1 PM
There will be charges.
Everyone is twaddling around with their thumbs up their asses trying to figure out why the cops and admins at Meramec drug their feet. Well duh.
The Chancellor at Meramec resigns. But in doing so, we get to see what she looks like. That ‘splains why there was this big hush hush hear no evil see no evil speak no evil cover up. Circling the wagons around the tribe.
You read that right.
And also…St. Louis has enough Bellcurvius violent criminals without having to import any from Chicago.
Another weekend, another mahogany mob. This time, near Kiener Plaza.
It’s funny. It’s all the fault of “teens” and “young people,” but I don’t remember doing these kinds of things when I was young and in my teens, an increasingly longer and longer time ago. I was too worried about the daily commute to school — Twenty miles, one way, on foot, in a foot of snow, wearing tattered boots.
Local Bellcurvii + Twitter/Facebook + MetroLink stop = Mahogany Mob on The Landing.
They don’t tell us if or how this affected normal people on The Landing on Saturday night for a legitimate good time.
Bill McClellan was a national name last week for his P-D columns, which I think is halfway tongue-in-cheek.
On most Thursdays, he can be seen on Donnybrook, the local roundtable issues show on the local PBS affiliate. Yes, his column was an item of discussion this past Thursday. Here’s the video, but Channel 9 doesn’t leave these videos up forever, so watch it soon.
The first and long time provocateur for Donnybrook was Martin Duggan. Trivia: He, as the (at the time) Editor-in-Chief of the old St. Louis Globe-Democrat, gave Pat Buchanan his first journalism job out of college.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Take it from a St. Louisan: Sometimes, you have to take what Bill McClellan writes as tongue-in-cheek. I take him here with these two columns as more Modest Proposal than anything.