Wednesday, December 12, 2018

His Name is Gregory Raley: Trying to Protect His Girlfriend During Armed Robbery at Dollar General, White Male Murdered by Two Black Teenagers

Previously on SBPDL: Her Name is Marybeth Gaeng: White Woman "Randomly" Stabbed to Death in St. Louis Family Dollar by Black Woman (Who Has a Lengthy Criminal History)


Cumberland, Indiana is small city of just over 5,100 people, located roughly 24 miles outside of Indianapolis. In 2000, it was 85 percent white (10 percent black). Today, it's roughly 77 percent white and 17 percent black. 

George Raley, a 37-year-old male who lives in Cumberland, was going to a Dollar General with his fiancé to get some toothache relief cream.
Their lives matter, too. Rest in peace Gregory

A car full of black males (all teenagers) descended upon the store and an armed robbery situation ensued. Raley, who had stayed in the car while his fiancé was shopping, entered the store to make sure everything was okay.

He would never leave alive.

Shot. [Cumberland man killed during armed robbery at Dollar General hailed as hero by his family, Fox59.com, 12-11-18]:


CUMBERLAND, Ind. – A Cumberland man is being called a hero by his loved ones after he was shot and killed Monday night. 
Police say 37-year-old Gregory Raley was simply an innocent customer at a Dollar General when he was shot and killed by an armed robber. 
Police arrested two suspects, a 14-year-old and an 18-year-old. Both are facing possible robbery and murder charges. 
Walking into the Dollar General in Cumberland to buy some toothache relief cream, while her fiancé Gregory Raley stayed outside in the car, Andrea Manning found herself in the middle of an armed robbery Monday night.
One of the black suspects who held up the Dollar General and murdered Gregory
Police say two men robbed the store at gunpoint and as one of the thieves tried to leave, Raley went to the front door to make sure Manning was okay. 
“When the suspect opened the door, Greg was standing there like, ‘Listen. Where’s my old lady at?’” said Manning. “And then he got shot. He was standing at the door.” 
Manning says Raley worked as a tree trimmer and did all sorts of odd jobs. She says Raley died trying to protect her from the thieves. 
“I’m angry. I’m angry and I’m sad,” said Manning. “He’s a hero. He died protecting me.” 
Police quickly arrested two teenage suspects as they tried to run away. One local attorney says murder charges against suspects over 12 years of age can be waived into adult court with the potential for much tougher penalties. 
“The person would be treated differently between juvenile court which is a court of rehabilitation versus adult court which is a court of punishment,” said attorney Ralph Staples. 
Chaser. [14-year-old shot and killed innocent man during Dollar General robbery, according to court records, Fox59.com, 12-12-18]:

Police in Cumberland believe a 14-year-old shot and killed a manat a Dollar General store this week. 
Investigators believe the 14-year-old juvenile and 18-year-old Steven Sheppard were robbing the store Monday night when the younger teen shot and killed Gregory Raley. 
"I love him to death and he’ll be missed by everyone. It’s so tragic," said family friend Chad McQueen. 
A probable cause affidavit explains when Raley realized the store was being robbed, he walked to the door with his hands up and confronted Sheppard, asking if his fiancee was okay. 
After Sheppard took off running, prosecutors say the 14-year-old armed suspect shot Raley in the chest. 
The 14-year-old is named in court documents as “E.C.” since he is a juvenile. 
According to the probable cause affidavit, E.C. came out of the business, extended his right arm toward Raley and fired a single gunshot as Raley was backing away. 
Raley was pronounced dead just before 9 p.m. Monday despite efforts to save his life. 
Raley and his fiancee were raising a 9-year-old girl. That girl witnessed the shooting and watched as her mother and police tried to save Raley's life. 
"He was selfless. He was caring. He was making a family and would do anything for them," said Raley's friend Jamie Norris. 
Jamie and Chad both grew up with Raley in New Castle and were friends for decades. They say Raley loved his family so much, he died trying to protect them. 
"When he found out what was going on. He wanted to protect her. He didn’t think about himself," said Norris. 
"You know family was always a big part of him growing up. Anybody close to him, he always stuck up for them," said McQueen. 
The fatal robbery marked the fifth Dollar General robbery in Marion County over three days, although it's not clear if the cases are connected. 
Court records show police arrested Sheppard for stealing from the same Dollar General last month. The courts ordered him to stay away and he was banned from the store. 
CBS4 looked into the criminal history of the 14-year-old, who we’re choosing not to identify because he’s not yet facing charges as an adult. Police reports show he was arrested for several crimes dating back to when he was 11 years old. 
Raley’s friends hope both teens face trial as adults. 
"They should absolutely be tried as an adult. You took someone’s life away," said Norris. 
Gregory and his fiancé were productive citizens, on the verge of marriage and starting a life together. A routine trip to the Dollar General forever altered this plan of happily ever after.

His life was ended by a black career criminal whose rap sheet dates back to when he was 11-years-old.

Rest in peace, Gregory.

Sunday, December 9, 2018

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Saturday, December 8, 2018

New Academic Study Concludes: White People Must Lose Their 2nd Amendment Rights Because Black People Can't Stop Killing Each Other with Guns

PK Note: If you haven't, pick up a copy of Paul Kersey's "Guns, Blacks, and Steel: American Cities After the Civil Rights Era." Makes the perfect Christmas gift!

Somehow, this is all white people's fault... [Black American Life Expectancy Decreasing Disproportionately Due to Firearms, Cost School of Public Health, 12-4-18]:
In 2016, the last year for which the CDC provides numbers, 35,353 people died from gun injuries, the majority of them suicides. In other words, out of every 100,000 people living in the US that year, 12 were killed by a gun, compared to 11 in 2015 and 10 in 2014. 
“But mortality rates don’t show you how much of your life is lost,” says Bindu Kalesan, assistant professor of community health sciences. “Who is dying young, and who is dying old?” 
The answer, she and her colleagues found, is that those who are killed by guns when they are young are much more often Black, while their White counterparts are dying older. 
Gun violence has a color in America...
Their study, published in BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine, found a 2.48-year overall decrease in life expectancy nationally from 2000 to 2016. (Health gains in other areas have hidden this loss: US life expectancy decreased for the first time in half a century in 2015, with a reduction of 0.01 years, followed by the loss of another 0.01 years every year since.) 
When they looked at these lost years by race, they found that White Americans lost 2.23 years, while African Americans lost 4.14. 
This comes down to when and how these deaths are most likely to occur: African Americans are most likely to be shot and killed by someone else when they were around 20 years old, the study found. “Their lives are done with right away,” Kalesan says, and the many decades that they might otherwise have lived are subtracted from the life expectancy of African Americans. 
In contrast, White Americans who die from a firearm are most likely to do so in suicide and at an older age. These deaths are tragic and should be prevented, she says, but they have a smaller effect on life expectancy because they occur closer to what would otherwise be the end of an individual’s life. 
“We want to prevent all of these deaths—and we cannot do that by just increasing policing,” says Kalesan, who is also an assistant professor of preventive medicine & epidemiology at the School of Medicine. 
Funding for public health gun research has long been notoriously limited. Of the funding that is available, Kalesan says she has recently seen a shift toward a focus on how laws and policing can limit gun injuries and deaths. “That’s just not going to fix the problem,” she says. 
For example, Massachusetts has some of the country’s strongest gun control legislation and one of the lowest gun death rates—but one person is shot each day in Boston alone, says Kalesan, who also studies nonfatal gun injuries. “We are a model state only for gun death prevention, because our hospitals are very good at saving people’s lives. It doesn’t mean that people are not getting shot.” 
As long as the nation’s patchwork of gun laws means guns can flow from states with lax laws to states with more gun control—as School of Public Health researchers have found—gun violence will continue to increase across the country, Kalesan says. “I’m not saying don’t push for gun laws that do work. Get them done by all means.” 
But Kalesan says gun laws need to be only one part of a more multidimensional strategy, one that addresses the underlying, varied causes of gun injuries and deaths. The new study illustrates that need: it will take different kinds of interventions to prevent the murder of a Black teenager and the suicide of an older White adult. 
In another recent study of Kalesan’s, she and her colleagues found that the average profile of an American using a gun for suicide is a married, White man over the age of 50 who is experiencing deteriorating health. “In that case, do you want policing, or do you want doctors talking to their patients and saying, ‘You’ve got a gun, but you also are not feeling well. Maybe you’ve been diagnosed with depression. Now, let’s secure your gun and have a plan with your spouse or a family member,’” Kalesan says. “As of now, there aren’t any such programs.” 
The answer to assaultive gun violence, Kalesan says, is not simply more policing, either. Heavily policing—and disproportionately reinforcing gun laws—in Black communities “is just going to create more animosity,” she says. Research by her SPH colleagues has also illustrated how structural racism increases the odds of unarmed African Americans being shot and killed by police, and the wider mental health toll of that form of gun violence. 
Instead, Kalesan says, gun violence should be prevented like any other disease characterized by a wide disparity: social programs to reduce inequities. 
Whether gun suicide or gun assault, Kalesan says, “you can’t just treat the symptoms away. You have to treat the disease from the base.”
White people must surrender their 2nd Amendment rights all because black people can't stop killing one another with firearms.

Here's an idea: the 2nd Amendment shouldn't apply to blacks. If black people use firearms disproportionately to kill one another, perhaps blacks should be barred from gun ownership?


Friday, December 7, 2018

In 70% Black Baltimore, the President of Johns Hopkins University [Located in Blackest Part of the City] Pushes for Campus Police Force to Protect Students from... Black Criminals

In a city nearing 70 percent black (completely run by black elected/appointed public servants), how do you maintain the integrity of one of America's leading citadels of education? 

A militarized police force, inevitably. 

The area around Johns Hopkins University (located in East Baltimore) is occupied almost entirely by blacks, who make this real estate some of the most dangerous in all of America. 

It should be noted, the undergraduate student boy at Johns Hopkins is only 38.2 percent white (23.4% Asian), but the prestige and elite status of the university requires dealing honestly with the dangerous black population surrounding the school, if the school's custodians hope to continue to attract top students. [Hopkins president: 'Brazenness' of crime means university likely to renew push for campus police force, Baltimore Sun, 12-6-18]:
Johns Hopkins President Ron Daniels told members of the Baltimore City Council Thursday that he expects the university to seek authorization from the General Assembly to create its own police force, reviving an effort that failed after community leaders said the school sprang the idea on them. 
“Although we are thinking about a number of different options, I think the high likelihood is that in a month’s time, we will formally petition the assembly once again to create this force,” Daniels told the council at a public briefing about the university’s plans. 
While it’s common for private universities in other states to have police forces, the Hopkins plan faced questions this spring over whom its officers would be accountable to and how they would treat residents — especially those in heavily black East Baltimore neighborhoods around the university’s hospital. 
Since legislation to permit the force failed earlier this year at the legislature, Daniels said Hopkins leaders have been talking to community leaders on and off campus, as well as politicians, about why the university needs its own force of sworn officers. 
Daniels told the council members that it isn’t just the rising crime around the medical and academic campuses that calls for a police force on top of the university’s more than 1,000 security officers. 
“It’s the brazenness of it,” he said, highlighting daytime crimes committed in front of witnesses. 
Daniels said the university expects to release a final report on its consultations before the end of the year, with a draft of the legislation coming soon after.
As America continues to proceed into a majority-minority nation status, paradoxically (to maintain law and order) resurrecting racial policies long ago abandoned because the courts deemed them unconstitutional will be required if some form of civilization is to endure.

Though the white population may be waning, policies long ago put in place to perpetuate so-called 'white supremacy' will slowly infiltrate polite society, ensuring the new elites are able to successful live in major metropolitan areas.

Johns Hopkins already has more 1,000 security officers to maintain safety on a campus surrounded by communities nearly 100 percent black (and, as you may recall already being mentioned, some of the most dangerous in all of the nation), and they need a private police force to deal with the "brazenness" of black crime being committed against the student body.

The 21st century in America will see the elites increasingly embrace ideas - once described as "Jim Crow" in a less progressive epoch of our history - to protect their institutions and communities, a powerful reminder the 'racists were right'.

The black dominated city council of Baltimore can howl, but if Johns Hopkins is going to remain in the increasingly black city, not just a step, but a giant leap in the direction of Jim Crow is necessary.