The truth is something the main stream media’s having a very difficult time telling. It’s so important to know the description of a suspect and that INCLUDES race. How can anyone look for a suspect if they don’t know his race? I can’t tell you the number of cases I’ve seen that you have to dig and dig to find the facts on. This also goes for the illegal alien criminal. It’s very difficult to find out if a criminal is an illegal which is also a very important statistic. So here we have several cases of RANDOM acts of murder of whites by blacks who’re simply walking on the street or riding the subway:
Black male walks up to random couple walking, takes out a shotgun and blasts the female in the back of the head.
Even though police are desperately asking for help from the public, the article below -and media broadcast- does not give a full description of the suspect. To find that out, yet again, you’d have to scour around:
On July 5, 2015, around 10:12 p.m., Hollywood Area officers responded to a radio call of a shooting in the area of Sunset Boulevard and McCadden Place. Officers found that a female in her 30s had been shot while walking with her companion on McCadden Place toward Sunset Boulevard when an unidentified male Black approached on foot and shot the victim. The suspect left northbound on McCadden Place in a black sedan. (link)
Here is the early morning local report KTLA5 which intentionally avoids the uncomfortable description of the suspect. (Also note there is apparent CCTV video in the vicinity of the attack):
DC MAN STABBED TO DEATH IN BROAD DAYLIGHT
A 24-year-old man was stabbed to death in front of witnesses on a Metro train during an apparent robbery, according to court documents.
The Fourth of July attack happened near the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station just before 1 p.m.
Court documents detail the horrific struggle that resulted in the death of 24-year-old Kevin Sutherland.
Jasper Spires, 18, was arrested Monday and charged with first-degree murder while armed.
KEVIN SUTHERLAND PICTURED BELOW:
According to witness accounts, the suspect reached for the victim’s phone. The suspect punched the victim until he fell to the floor and as the victim cried for help, the suspect stabbed him multiple times.
Witnesses say the suspect robbed two people, a man and a woman, before exiting the train.
The suspect then dropped a book bag and camouflage pants as he jumped the turnstile, according to another witness, who is a Metro employee. Police say they found a health insurance card with the name ‘Jasper Spires’ in the bag.
A small knife was later found in a trash can during a search of the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station, according to court documents.
Police also reviewed surveillance video from the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station as well as the Rhode Island Avenue station, which is where the suspect and the victim both entered.
A police officer who arrested Spires for a separate robbery and assault incident last Thursday in Northwest D.C. identified Spires as the suspect through video from the Rhode Island Avenue station.
Read more: FOX DC
RANDOM ACT OF BEATING ENDS IN GRIM PROGNOSIS BUT NOTICE IN THE VIDEO THEY NEVER GIVE ANY DESCRIPTION OF A SUSPECT:
The sister of a man who police said was robbed at random of $60 while walking through a park in McKees Rocks last month told Channel 11 News he likely won’t recover.
“The doctors tell us there is no hope for his brain. His brain is completely damaged,” said Tina Ernst, the victim’s sister.
According to Ernst, her brother, 44-year-old David Poole, was walking home with a friend near West Park on May 26 when they were surprise-attacked by three men.
Ernst said her brother was hit in the head with an object and taken to the ground, cracking his skull.
She said Poole, who has four children and one stepchild, has been in a coma for nearly a month. Doctors told Ernst that even if Poole survives, he’ll live out the rest of his life as a vegetable.
“The doctors tell us there is no hope for his brain. His brain is completely damaged,” Ernst said. “I just want them to know that they took someone’s life; someone’s son, someone’s brother, someone’s father.”
Ernst said her brother was attacked all for $60 and his phone, which wasn’t found at the scene. The robbers also got away with his friend’s purse.
One eyewitness gave a vague description of the attackers, saying one individual was tall with a large afro and the others were shorter. All were described as being in their 20s.
Authorities said the investigation is being transferred to homicide, but so far, no suspects have been identified.