Wicked Racial Profiling Trick

5 04 2017

Fort Worth, Texas

This would ordinarily speak all:

But it gets better, if you can believe that:

“I couldn’t understand why Paul was sentenced to death. When you think of the death penalty, you think of serial killers. You don’t think of a robbery-murder, like my son committed,” she said.

Unless the robbery-murder was heinous.  Before that, we read:

Her son, Paul Storey, and an accomplice were convicted in the 2006 shooting death of 28-year-old Jonas Cherry during a robbery. Storey is scheduled to be executed on April 12.

“Jonas.”  Kinda sounds like a white name.

Thankfully, I have access to internet search engines, something that is apparently not available to those that write for the NYDN.  And Mr. Internet Search Engine leads me to this, just to prove that Jonas Cherry was white and the murder was heinous.

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6 responses

5 04 2017
Sy

“A tipster contacted Hurst police and told them that the vehicle belonged to Storey, a former Putt-Putt employee.”

You hire street dindus for minimum wage at your place of business at your peril. Youre supplying them with good m.o.’s is all youre doing.

5 04 2017
Alex the Goon

“You hire street dindus for minimum wage at your place of business at your peril.” — This will be a quantifiable downside of Operation Wetback Part Deux.
When you think of the death penalty, you think of serial killers. You don’t think of a robbery-murder, like my son committed”
Black Lives Math: you can only execute one, if they’ve killed several humans. For the record, bitch, I don’t think of serial killers. In your son’s case, the “robbery-” part qualified him for The Chair. To hell with your entire species.

5 04 2017
Nicholas Stix

If Storey had been sentenced to life until parole, she’d also have said,
“I couldn’t understand why Paul was sentenced to X.”

And if he had been sentenced to spend five days in jail, over the course of three weekends, she still would have complained,

“I couldn’t understand why Paul was sentenced to X.”

Robbery-homicide used to routinely get you a date with Ol’ Sparky.

Oddly enough, the Daily News published no picture of victim Jonas Cherry, and did not talk to his family about the injustice being done to Paul Storey.

I’m sure they must have accidentally deleted the section of the story where Miss Marilyn Shankle-Grant apologized to the Cherry family.

Jonas who?

5 04 2017
Stan d Mute

Only a dindu would utter the words, “only a robbery murder” and believe that somehow minimized the severity of a crime. And still they wonder why when they move into a neighborhood it becomes a mad race among white residents to see who can sell and move out first.

“But mah son only tortured dat boy fo an hour befo dey kilt him. It ain’t like dey rape dat boy befo dey kilt him, he be dead already when dey rape him. I jes doan no why he ain’t get probation fo dat when he ain’t been fown guilty a murder befo…”

6 04 2017
Olorin

This is so far out there even for Dindustan, comment evades me.

13 04 2017
Truth-hammer

These two shit-beasts are on the way to hell. Good riddance.




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