It is the gritty, real-life interpretation of the comic book character "The Punisher" many long-time fans of the character have wanted to see.
Jane left the sequel to the 2004 movie "The Punisher" during pre-production, because the script was becoming too comic-bookish and not gritty or realistic enough.
For most people, comic book characters like The Avengers or other super-powered heroes battling villains of a similar extraordinary nature is preferable to watching the exploits of a normal guy who has decided to "raise the black flag, and start slitting the throats" of the criminals, murderers, and rapists who populate our nation.
|How White Privilege Ends: Just another one of Obama's sons/daughters, charged with the murder of a white person|
That's what "The Punisher" represents, and with the short-film #DirtyLaundry we are afforded a glimpse of the version of the character Thomas Jane views as realistic -- and yes, all the criminals and thugs in this version are black (mirroring America's major cities criminal profile perfectly).
Toward the end of the short film, Jane's character (Frank Castle) has incapacitated the black gang leader and he asks him the simple question: "What's the difference between justice and punishment?"
As you read the story of 33-year-old Melinda McCormick (just another disposable white person), go ahead and ask yourself the same question. [New Details Emerge in the Melinda McCormick Case, ABC 3 WEAR, 4-9-13]:
We have new details on what happened to a Pensacola woman who was found inside a burning apartment.. Escambia County deputies have released the results of the autopsy.
The autopsy shows 33-year-old Melinda McCormick was brutally beaten with three different weapons, and then her home was set on fire. This weekend, three people were arrested for McCormick's death. Gregory Williams, Keisha Pugh, and Anthony Pressley are all charged with first degree murder and armed robbery.
Channel Three's Christina Leavenworth joins us now live with more on the suspects' motive.
The suspects are now in the Escambia County Jail on no bond. The sheriff says the autopsy pictures are the worst he has ever seen. Investigators say Melinda McCormick let the suspects inside her home because she knew all three of them.
Gregory Williams was her boyfriend, but she had no idea what they had planned. A crime so heinous it brings tears to Serena Semkoff's eyes. Investigators say her neighbor, Melinda McCormick was beaten by a hammer, crow bar and a lead pipe, and then the suspects set her sheets on fire to try and destroy the body, but left the hammer behind. Serena Semkoff "Its a tragedy she was always so bubbly."
What were they after? Investigators say it was a plot to steal McCormick's social security benefits. Serena Semkoff "She would meet people on the bus tell them her business, tell her ...Told her you don't need to tell them all your business."
State Attorney, Bill Eddins, also says it was fueled by hate. One of the suspects says he did it because he hated white people.
Bill Eddins "That aspect should be evaluated as heinous atrocious and cruel and that will be used to see whether or not we seek the death penalty...." It was the surveillance video at the apartments that led investigators to the three suspects. Deputies say all three admitted to the crime.
They also told deputies McCormick was begging them to stop. Hearing these new details make the death even more painful for her neighbors... "We were just next door, we just moved from 7a to here which is right next door, it would have been easily us, ..."Just right next door from a murder, with one of the motives being intense anti-white sentiment, that will never receive any national press coverage.
Here's more on McCormick death, with gruesome details of her autopsy revealing disturbing images of what happened in the room right next door from 7a [State To Seek Death Penalty In Beating, Burning Death, North Escambia, 4-9-13]:
Anthony Lamar Pressley, 26, Kiesha LeShay Pugh, 28, and Gregory Edward Williams, 21, were each charged with homicide and robbery for the March 31 death of Melinda McCormick inside her burning apartment of Mobile Highway. All three have confessed, investigators said.
Deputies say an autopsy shows McCormick was hit 40 times with a hammer, lead pipe and crow bar. She was still alive when her bed sheets were set on fire, according to the State Fire Marshal’s Office. They were caught on video (see below) headed to and away from the area of the apartment.
Williams reportedly told investigators that he hated white people, and that was a partial reason for the crime.The trio allegedly planned to steal Social Security money from McCormick. Officials said arson charges may also be added against the men.
“This was a particular hateful crime,” Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan said. “One of the saddest parts of this story is that the card that they intended to steal was not even in the woman’s residence.”Meanwhile, the Attorney General of the United States of America spends his days and nights entertaining every 'minority' group imaginable
Attorney General Eric Holder began his tenure by calling Americans cowards regarding racial issues. Newly released documents reveal that Holder’s schedule shows a preoccupation with racial issues: he spends an inordinate amount of time meeting with race-centered organizations.
Recently, the Department of Justice began making Holder’s daily schedules available online. Although the schedules are far from complete and heavily redacted, the compiled summary below (links to documents provided) shows how much time and access the office of the attorney general allocates to ethnocentric lobbyists and race-based associations.Melinda McCormick will be a name (and story) few encounter. No member of the Obama Administration will attend her funeral; the First Lady of the United States will not make repeated trips of the gulf coast of Florida to invoke McCormick's memory as a reason why we should black violence.
No 'Made for TV' movie will tell the tale of McCormick's life; no text book young children read will detail her final moments on earth.