In Atlanta this past weekend, four Black people beat a Black kid to death for no apparent reason:
Bobby Tillman went out of his way to avoid conflict, not an easy thing to do at Chapel Hill High School, according to the late teen's friends. Fights are fairly common, and the 125-pound Tillman knew when he was overmatched.
"Bobby knew how to keep his distance, just in case," said Chapel Hill senior Carli Giles, a good friend of Tillman's. "There were certain crowds that were into that, and he'd stay away from them."
But Tillman was oblivious to the circumstances that led to his death following an unprovoked attack at a rowdy house party Saturday night on Independence Drive in Douglasville, witnesses say. A fight broke out between two girls outside the home, one of whom struck a male partygoer, Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller said. He refused to strike a female but vowed to inflict payback on the next male who walked by.
Giles said her friend didn't see the punch coming. She was not at the party but talked to two friends who went there along with Tillman.
One who watched the fight told her that Tillman struggled to keep his balance after being hit but was quickly pushed to the ground by his attacker. Three of the suspect's friends, each of whom was significantly bigger than Tillman, joined the scrum, repeatedly stomping on the slight teen.
"They said it was a ‘regular jump,' " Giles told the AJC. "They didn't think it was that bad. I don't get that at all."
Remember, in the film The Crazies, it took a military pathogen to destabilize a population and induce them to thuggery, murder and anarchy. It is becoming increasingly obvious Black people need no such virus for this to occur.Just look at the violence in Chicago if you have any doubts about this claim.
In Birmingham, two Black people were engaging in innocent flirting with the always sexy bedroom items, such as a hatchet, hammer and a loaded gun and only one came away with their life intact:
A Jefferson County grand jury will consider an intentional murder charge for a case in which a Fairfield man claims he accidentally shot his girlfriend during horseplay between the two.We at SBPDL love Thug Report, a Web site which simply aggregates crime from around the country. It is getting hard to read though, as it enhances and elevates a post we wrote as a joke regarding criminality, Black people and the movie The Crazies to the realm of truth.
Erika Michelle Hall, 23, had a single gunshot wound between her eyes when her body was found Sept. 25 in the bedroom of her home in the 1700 block of 49th Street in Ensley, testified John Tanks, a Birmingham police detective.
Herbert Nelson, 25, told police he and Hall were playing, when she wielded a hammer and then a hatchet at him. Nelson told police he also was playing when he responded by pulling a gun out of his bookbag, extracting its magazine, pointing it at her face and pulling the trigger, Tanks testified.