Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Gonzales Vows Vengeance Against Elderly Whites

Washington, DC
In an unprecedented maneuver designed to persecute and intimidate a number of elderly White people, U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and F.B.I. Director Robert Mueller have teamed up and dug way back into the history books and pulled out about one hundred murder cases, some over 60 years old in which they intend to charge, what are now elderly White people.

"Much time has passed on these crimes," Gonzales told reporters in Washington. "But we are committed to re-examining these cases and doing all we can to bring justice to the criminals who may have avoided punishment for so long."

The announcement followed a decision Tuesday in which a grand jury in Leflore County, Miss., declined to indict Carolyn Bryant in connection to the 1955 Emmett Till case, and is in no doubt a response to that decision.

Although officials declined to comment on which cases have been reopened, they confirmed that the deaths of four negro sharecroppers in 1946 on Moore's Ford Bridge in Walton County, Georgia were among the cases.

It is suspected that other Georgia cases will be reopened including a 1956 case in Molena, Georgia and a 1958 case in Dawson City, Georgia.

Below is an interview in which Gonzales all but admits to Wolf Blitzer that his parents came to this country illegally.

DNA Test Ordered In "Missing And Murdered Children" Case

Atlanta, GA
DNA test will be conducted on evidence from the 26 year old Atlanta child murder case in an effort to clear convicted killer Wayne Williams. On Monday, Superior Court judge Thelma Wyatt Cummings Moore ruled that hair, carpet fibers, a car seat and clothing worn by the victims would undergo testing conducted, at the court's expense, by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Williams, a negro "music producer" was convicted in 1982 of two of the twenty nine murders of young black children grouped together as "Atlanta's Missing and Murdered Children". Although hair and carpet fibers were key evidence used to convict Williams, his attorney's have requested new testing in hopes of proving his innocence.

Williams and his attorney's maintain that investigators originally covered up evidence of Ku Klux Klan involvement in the murders, a claim which investigators have denied. According to this theory, members of the Klan murdered black children to inflame violence within the black community and start a "race war". At the time of the murders several Klan members, all of whom are now believed to be deceased were investigated in connection with the murders and no charges were ever filed against anyone except Williams.

Though prosecutors agreed to the testing, the state has said it doesn't believe the outcome of the testing will prove Williams was wrongfully convicted.

In 2005, negro racist and at that time Dekalb County police chief Louis Graham reopened several of the cases in hopes of charging White people in these 26 year old crimes. However, before his new investigation was completed it was quickly brought to a close when Graham and several of his key staff members resigned in disgrace after audio tapes surfaced showing Graham as a black supremacist and proving he was using his position as police chief to actively discriminate against Whites.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Immigrant Forgery Ring Busted In Carroll County

Carrollton, GA
Three people were arrested in what investigators say was a large illegal identification forgery ring in Roopville, a small town in southwest Carroll County. Police say that Christine Garcia, a 42 year old White woman has admitted to manufacturing hundreds of fake ID's in her home and selling them to illegal immigrants.

Carrollton Police Captain Daryl Diamond said that investigators purchased two fake documents for $130 during an undercover buy. Garcia's sister in law, Elisa Garcia and her husband Hugo Castillo were also arrested. It is believed that the second two individuals sought out illegal immigrants needing false documents as customers.

Police found a computer in the home with evidence that Garcia had manufactured and sold hundreds of state ID cards, social security cards and resident alien cards. Christine Garcia is charged with six counts of forgery. Elisa Garcia and Hugo Castillo are illegal immigrants and remain in federal custody and are expected to be deported back to Mexico.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Gangbanger Invades Clayton County Home, Goes Out With A Real Bang

Riverdale, GA
A known gang member was shot dead on Tuesday after he broke into the home of a White family on Camp Road in north Clayton County, near the Fulton County line.

Marques Karun McGhee, a 19 year old negro gang member, died from multiple gunshot wounds on the floor of the home's garage after being confronted by a 16 year old White male resident, who had been at the home by himself at about 11:30 a.m., when he heard the sound of breaking glass, grabbed his father's semi-automatic handgun and went to investigate.

Upon entering the garage, the 16 year old observed a negro male climbing in through a window that had just been smashed. The young man fired 14 shots striking the intruder at least eight times in the legs, chest and head. The home invader was dead by the time police arrived on the scene.

The shooter's identity is being protected due to his age. Police said that the 16 year old's father had recently withdrawn the teenager from North Clayton High School because of uncontrolled gang violence at the school.

Clayton County Interim Police Chief Jeff Turner stated that this appears to be a case of self defense and that no charges will be filed against the 16 year old shooter.
"The intruder went to some lengths to disguise himself, wearing black clothes and a black bandanna across his face." said Turner. McGhee was also listed in county's "gang member database" as a member of the "Hit Squad", a local negro street gang.

Witnesses said that there had been a second negro who had driven McGhee to the home, but fled the scene when the gunfire began.

Feral negroes in the area have since spray painted gang signs and graffiti threats against the young home defender and his family on street signs throughout the neighborhood. Police are keeping the area under

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Georgia's Illegal Immigrants Responsible For Salmonella Outbreak?

Sylvester, GA
A nationwide outbreak of salmonella has been traced to jars of Peter Pan and Wal-mart "Great Value" brands of peanut butter manufactured at a ConAgra Foods processing plant in an illegal immigrant infested region of south Georgia.

The Center For Disease Control announced last week that between August 2006 and January 2007 almost 300 people in 39 states, including Georgia had contracted the disease. The CDC released a report which can be viewed here.

ConAgra Foods has recalled all containers of this peanut butter with product codes beginning with the numbers 2111, which indicate the product's origin at a food processing plant in the south Georgia town of Sylvester. ConAgra said today that the recall will cost them $50-60 million.

Neither the CDC nor ConAgra Foods have confirmed any source for the contamination of the products at the Sylvester, Ga plant. The plant has been closed until the source of the contamination is determined.

ConAgra, like many other large corporations, participates in a diversity program which can be viewed here. These government sanctioned programs allow companies to openly discriminate against more qualified personnel in favor of less qualified individuals based on that individual's race, religion, national origin, etc. Many of these companies also utilize illegal immigrants as a key element in their labor force as part of their celebration of diversity.

Hiring of illegal aliens in this region of Georgia is an immense and steadily increasing problem. The illegals work for very low wages, saving the corporations big money on payroll. American citizens (i.e. people who pay taxes) can't afford to work for what the immigrants will work for. This means Americans are out of jobs when companies are hiring illegals.

Aside from there being no jobs for Americans when companies employee illegals, there is also a downside that many of the companies may not consider when they employee undocumented workers. A recent government sweep of illegal immigrants in another south Georgia town devastated a poultry processing plant after a large percentage of the company's employees were arrested.

The Crider Poultry plant in Stillmore, Ga was forced to raise wages at least twice in an effort to attract new employees after over one hundred undocumented workers who had previously staffed the plant were deported. Even after raising wages the second time, the Crider plant still was not able to maintain sufficient labor for daily operations and may be forced to close and transfer operations to another plant in Alabama, which means fewer jobs in Georgia.

ConAgra Foods manufactures various food products sold under many national brands including Peter Pan, Reddi-Whip, Chef Boyardee, Banquet, Healthy Choice, Kids Cuisine, Hunt's, Orville Redenbacher's and Hebrew National.

Savage Footballer Faces Animal Abuse Charges

Lawrenceville, GA
An Atlanta football player has been charged with felony animal cruelty following the death of a dog in Gwinnett County.

Jonathan Babineaux, a defensive lineman for the Atlanta Falcons was arrested at an Animal Emergency Center in Lawrenceville on February 18th, after Blair Anderson arrived at the Center with a dead pitbull mix.

Anderson, 24, later told police she had argued with Babineaux earlier in the day and had left their to go and see a movie. While she was out Babineaux called her and told her she should "check on her dog". She said that she had returned from the movies and found "Kilo" in physical distress and that the dog died on the way to the Emergency Center.

Veterinarians at the Center said the dog had suffered extensive head injuries. Police believe that the 25 year old football player, and supposed "role model", acting on savage instincts kicked or punched the animal in the head after arguing with Anderson.

Babineaux arrived at the Center and denied involvement in the crime. He was arrested when police determined that the animal's injuries were not consistent with his account of the incident. He was released the following day after posting $2300.00 bond.

Another pitbull owned by the couple has been taken into the custody of County Officials.