|A white man, serving 'his' country, murdered by blacks in Seattle|
A Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier was stabbed to death in Lakewood, Pierce County, early this morning in what police described as a racially tinged confrontation.
The Lakewood Police Department reported that the man, 20, and two other active-duty soldiers were walking at 2:38 a.m. in the 12500 block of Pacific Highway Southwest when someone in a vehicle reportedly yelled something about the soldiers being white.Now comes the back-tracking[Three black soldiers arrested for stabbing white comrade to death 'called him a cracker' - so why are police now so sure it was NOT a hate crime?: Tevin Geike, 20, was left for dead in a parking lot near his base in Lakewood, Washington, in early hours of Saturday morning, Daily Mail, 10-7-13]:
Police today said the stabbing death of a white Army soldier allegedly at the hands of a group of African American comrades was not a hate crime - despite witnesses claiming they called him a 'cracker' during the confrontation.
Tevin Geike, 20, was left for dead in a parking lot near his base in Lakewood, Washington, in the early hours of Saturday morning and three soldiers have been arrested over the killing.
In the hours after the stabbing, police said they believed the attack was racially motivated because it was claimed some of the assailants - a group of five black men - called Tevin a ‘cracker’, a racist term for a white person.
But Lakewood police officers today said they no longer believed the killing to be a hate crime following the arrests and speaking to everyone they believed were involved.
All the suspects are from Joint Base Lewis-McChord and served in the same combat infantry unit as Tevin.
The accused are Jeremiah Hill, 23 - the alleged murderer - Cedarium Johnson, 21; and Ajoni Runnion-Bareford, 21. Two others are still being sought.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Tevin’s mother Jennifer Rose fought back the tears as she said that she had got a text from her son just hours before his death saying he was going to get a tattoo to celebrate his military graduation.
She said: ‘Tevin trusted everybody until they gave him a reason not to trust them. He was really kind-hearted and he would give you the shirt off your back.
'He absolutely loved being in the military and was looking forward to graduating. He wanted to be an oil rigger.’You know who else loved life? Seattle's 'Tube Man', Ed McMichael. He, like Tevin, was murdered by blacks in Seattle [Seattle's Tuba Man dies from beating injuries: To sports fans across Seattle, Ed McMichael was an icon — a gentle giant whose tuba sounds outside area ball parks rang consistent, regardless of the action inside., Seattle Times, 10-5-12]:
|Ed McMichael: his killers, black males, spent only months in jails|
To sports fans across Seattle, Ed McMichael was an icon — a gentle giant whose tuba sounds outside area ball parks rang consistent, regardless of the action inside.
What fans may not have known about the Tuba Man was that for 10 years he was principal tubist with the Bellevue Philharmonic and played with the Cascade Symphony, before growing bored with orchestras and hitting the streets.
He once said his dream was to play "O Canada" and "The Star-Spangled Banner" on the mound at Safeco Field.
McMichael, 53, died Monday, nine days after police say he was kicked and beaten by a group of juveniles near a bus stop in the 500 block of Mercer Street. Police have arrested two 15-year-olds in connection with the assault.
On Tuesday, officials issued a public appeal for help from anyone who may have encountered the teenagers on the night of Oct. 25.McMichael's killers? What happened to them?:
Three teenagers were sentenced to detention in connection with the death of McMichael. One was sentenced to serve up to 36 weeks, and the other two were sentenced to serve up to 72 weeks, including the time already spent in custody (about 24 weeks). The two other suspects have not been found and their whereabouts are unknown. In regard to the two at-large suspects, the Seattle Police Department's morning press release stated: "Unfortunately, the only description that we have is that the suspects were black males in their mid-teens."One of his murderers was Billy Chambers. Only a few years later, he would be sentenced to six years in prison for another crime [‘Tuba Man’ killer: Prison best place for me to be now: Billy Chambers, who as a teenager was involved in the beating death of Ed “Tuba Man” McMichael, was sentenced Friday to six years in federal prison for an unrelated firearms charge., Seattle Times, 5-31-13].
The Negro Intifada continues, with a media only caring about a George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin scenario; Tevin Geike and Ed "Tuba Man" McMichael?
Fuck their memories.
The media only cares about canonizing/lionizing the next Trayvon Martin.