Damoine Wilcoxson, a black male, "randomly" killed an 82-year old man during a time period where he fired multiple rounds at two Indianapolis Police Stations.
|John Clements: Just another victim in a war none dare mention involves race|
Police assure us the execution of this 82-year-old man was "random" even though he was a white male and Wilcoxson had written "whites must die" and other anti-white comments (the former comment was found in a note left a police station he shot up with more than 30 rounds). [Zionsville police chief says 82-year-old man's murder seems 'extremely random', TheIndyChannel.com, 11-1-16]:
INDIANAPOLIS -- The family of an elderly Zionsville man gunned down in his own driveway – apparently at random – issued a brief statement Tuesday following the arrest of the man police believe is responsible.
John A. Clements, 82, was returning from collecting his mail when neighbors say a white Impala drove up his driveway. Moments later, they would later tell police, four gunshots rang out. The Impala then sped off.
An autopsy found Clements suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his chest, right arm and right leg.
On Monday, following a tense SWAT standoff in which Indianapolis police came under fire from a barricaded suspect with a rifle, IMPD officers arrested 21-year-old Damoine Wilcoxson at a northeast side apartment.
At the same time, Boone County prosecutors released a probable cause affidavit charging Wilcoxson with Clements' murder.
All mention of the racial angle in the murder of Clements (featured prominently in the news clip) are scrubbed from the printed story
Wilcoxson also stands accused in two shootings that occurred at IMPD's North and Northwest District headquarters buildings last month.
In the probable cause affidavit, prosecutors say bullet casings found at all three scenes – along with DNA evidence found on the bullets and notes left behind – were linked to Wilcoxson.
At a press conference Tuesday, Zionsville Police Chief Robert Knox said he had no idea what, if any, Wilcoxson may have had to target Clements.Strangely absent from this news story is an interview conducted with one of Clements neighbors, who is featured in an Indy Channel (ABC affiliate) news segment. Emory Safford, a white male who was neighbors with Clements, believes the murder was racial in nature because Wilcoxson drove a far distance to find a white person to target:
"Just because why would drive from the East Side to come over here and shoot someone? It just doesn't make any sense."Odd that ALL mentions of the social media posts left by Wilcoxson that were threatening to white people were removed from the article but are still found in the accompanying news clip...
Was the murder of John Clements by a black male just another Black Lives Matter inspired anti-white slaying? Don't hold your breath on the Department of Justice or FBI sending 20 - 30 agents to Indianapolis (as they did to Sanford and Ferguson to see if George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson had violated any civil rights) to ascertain the truth of what is obviously a racial murder.