Yes, Mobile is the city where four Blacks killed Kyser Miree in cold blood (as he plead, begged for his life) and 20 Black people assaulted and hospitalized Matthew Owens. Eric "My People" Holder's address to the NAACP in Houston yesterday didn't talk about the open season on whites by Blacks in Mobile, of which his Department of Justice (DOJ) won't even feign caring about. Hate crime laws only protect non-whites.
No multimillion facility remembering those victims of Black violence will ever have the names Wendy Fisher, Kyser Miree, or Matthew Owens listed -- for the only racialism that can exist in Black-Run America (BRA) is that of white people against... everyone else.
|A Trayon (minus the V) the media won't talk about...|
More Entries For John Derbyshire's "The Talk"
We all remember what John Derbyshire pointed out in his now infamous "The Talk" article at TakiMag. But a recent story published by the Mobile Press Register requires that Derb add another entry to his "The Talk" list, probably directly after this one:
(10i) If accosted by a strange black in the street, smile and say something polite but keep moving.Let's call it 10j: If your beloved pet is nearly run over by a car driven by Blacks, remember the rule 10i.
From the Mobile Press Register,
Woman killed after confronting men in car about speeding in west Mobile,
Sunday, July 08, 2012, Mark Kent
A 40-year-old woman was fatally shot Saturday night after confronting a group of men in a car about speeding through her west Mobile neighborhood, Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich said today.
No one has been arrested. The incident took place in the 5500 block of Racine Avenue in west Mobile about 6:20 p.m.
Mobile police identified the woman as Wendy Fisher, who was shot in the chest by one of several gunshots fired at her, police spokeswoman Ashley Rains said.
Fisher was taken to University of South Alabama Medical Center, where she died, Rains said.
Rains said that an "altercation" took place between Fisher and a group of men who were not known to her. Rich confirmed earlier reports that the confrontation involved speeding on Racine Avenue, a street that connects Overlook Road and Moffett Road and is frequently used as a shortcut by motorists. The shooting scene is located close to the Overlook Road end of Racine.
According to Rains, the car involved was a dark gray or green Honda, Nissan Altima or similarly-styled vehicle occupied by three or possibly four black men. The car sped away from the scene after the shooting, Rains said.
Today, a Black 17-year-old was arrested for the murder of Fisher. He was only a "v" away from being another "Trayvon," but he looks exactly what Barack Obama's son would look like:
A 17-year-old was arrested and charged with murder this morning in the shooting death of Wendy Fisher in her west Mobile neighborhood.
Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich said police apprehended Trayon Omar Washington during an undercover drug operation in the early morning hours today.
Washington will appear in court for a bail hearing Friday.
According to investigators, Fisher yelled at a speeding car driving past her house on Racine Avenue, warning them to slow down.
Police say Washington got out of the car and shot Fisher in the chest.
Rich said no other arrests have been made in the case at this time. She referred questions about the other people in the car that night to Mobile police.
"I'm very pleased with the efforts of the Mobile Police Department to apprehend this particular defendant -- and very quickly," Rich said. "They did an excellent job in determining who the shooter was.
Rob Russo, Fisher's boyfriend for the past year, said he witnessed the shooting and got a call from Mobile police who said a suspect had been detained.
He said he could, "instantly identify" the shooter from a photo lineup.
"I had no idea he was 17," Russo said.
The arrest, he said, "lifted a huge burden off me."
Russo said that after he and Wendy started dating that they never spent a day apart. He called her "a spunky little firecracker" who "spit the truth every time."
He said he and Fisher had talked about buying a boat and visiting surfing spots at different islands.
Now, he said, "everyone is trying to pick up the pieces."
According to online court records, Washington has pending charges against him involving burglary, receiving stolen property and possession of and receiving a controlled substance.One wonders if Trayon Washington was being recruited to play football or basketball for Auburn University or the University of Alabama?
Wendy Fisher is dead, because a Black person shot her -- all because she implored them to slow down in their vehicle and not threaten the life of her beloved pet.
Trayon is just missing a "V"-- or else we'd call him "Trayvon."
"V" is for Vendetta.