Letter from D.C.
I THINK I found another black on white murder but can’t be sure because the media is so corrupt…
I first noticed a small article in the local digest of the Washington Post. I have an old fashioned newspaper article from 7/17/2015.
Here is a link to the same article with small changes in online version.
The article says the victim was grabbed. The assailant argued with the victim and the victim was thrown to the ground. Maybe the assailant
didn’t mean to actually kill him. Who knows?
I did look around to see if I could get pictures of the victim or murderer. No dice. I am guessing that maybe years from now we’ll have pictures and somewhat more information about this crime but maybe not. What’s the point of an article that tells you so little? Put this in your files to find out more later.
Hopefully the link below works. It is a Washington Post article from July 7 and if you look at the comments and read Kimberly Altizer Wells comments she says it is her uncle (Caucasian) who was murdered and that the suspect was African American. She says her uncle was robbed and the murdering robber got $95 dollars.
Why do we have to get news from the comment section?
In the July 17 article it says that Kenneth Garner of Southeast, Washington was arrested for the murder and I believe that many blacks live in southeast Washington, DC.
Good luck, Colin!
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