Below are three recent examples of black on white murder from different parts of the country. We’ve reported before on this but it’s becoming more and more prevalent and more violent. A recent stabbing, a shooting, and an assault rifle murder are all shocking random killings by black teens and young adults. We’re also noticing random assaults by black youth on whites across America. Specifically, the DC Metro Train has seen numerous assaults on white passengers in recent weeks. There’s never been a more important time to buy a gun and train yourself to use it.


A Lexington family is heartbroken after a young man was shot and killed early Saturday morning. The Fayette County Coroner’s Office says 18-year-old Caleb Hallett died at UK Hospital.

Lexington Police say the shooting happened just after 3 a.m. Saturday on University Avenue. Witnesses say two men wearing masks fired the gunshots and then fled the scene in a white Jeep Cherokee.

One person was shot in the hand and Hallett was shot in the chest. He was taken to University of Kentucky Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead.


“It’s was Saturday morning at 8:50. I remember the time because it was just heartbreaking,” said Bryson Hallett, Caleb’s older brother. “Mom woke me up and told me that he was gone, I just wanted him back,” said Bryson.

Bryson said the incident has been a nightmare for his family.

“I just wanted it to be a dream. I just wanted to wake. I didn’t want it to be real. I was honestly hoping it was a joke he was pulling because he was a big jokester,” he said.

Bryson says his younger brother was a good student, had a passion for music and would always think of others before himself.

“He loved everybody. Never hurt anybody, had no enemies. I don’t know why anyone would do something to hurt him. He made friends with everybody, just such a likable guy,” said Bryson.

Police say they have multiple suspects but no arrests have been made yet.

“I want them to go away forever. I don’t want them ever to be released,” said Bryson.
Colin Flaherty’s take on this:

Via: lex18


Two teenagers were shot to death with an assault rifle Friday night at a Tuscaloosa apartment complex, according to the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The shooting happened about 10:45 p.m. at the Aspen Village Apartments at 2201 East 48th Street.

When officers arrived on scene, they found John Tyler Burroughs, 18, and Harlee Joseph Watson, 19.

Officers interviewed witnesses, which led to Orlanda Lamar Johnson Walker, Jr., 23, being identified as the suspect, according to Capt. Gary Hood.

“Several witnesses stated Mr. Walker and the victims were smoking marijuana at Aspen Village apartments. The witnesses stated Mr. Walker grabbed an assault rifle and shot multiple rounds inside the apartment hitting the victims during an argument,” a statement from Hood read.

Colin Flaherty has his take on this:



BALTIMORE (WJZ) — New developments surrounding a brutal attack in North Baltimore. Police have arrested a third teenager who they say confessed to murdering a young man who was biking home from work in Harbor East.

Rick Ritter was at a vigil for the victim and had a chance to speak with his family.

Robert Ponsi, 29, worked at James Joyce Pub. His family says they were supposed to be celebrating his 30th birthday Tuesday, but instead, they’re looking for answers in this senseless killing.


Stabbed and left to die.

“Can’t fathom this kind of action out of boys this age,” said Dawn Ponsi, victim’s mother.

Dawn Ponsi is trying to come to grips with a brutal beatdown that left the 29-year-old dead.

“Was he alone? What was his final moments? Why?” she said.

Saturday night, Robert Ponsi leaves work at James Joyce Pub in Harbor East and bikes home through the Waverly community. There, he’s met by a group of teens.

Ponsi stopped his bicycle in the area of Old York Road and Venable Avenue and some sort of verbal confrontation broke out. Police say that’s when the group assaulted, stabbed and robbed the victim.

Charging documents show the teens yelled “get his [expletive], get his wallet” and that Ponsi tried to get them away by swinging his bike back and forth.

Emergency calls shed light on Ponsi’s struggle just before he died.

The three teens arrested and charged are Antwan Eldridge, Daquan Middleton, and now, Prince Green.

Green is the son of a Waverly activist. Police say he confessed to stabbing the victim.

“You’ve ruined your family, as well as mine. It just… It doesn’t make any sense,” said Dawn Ponsi.

Via: cbslocal

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