Taco Bell Strangler- August  1993: Part Six

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Several weeks after Audrey Spain’s murder and no real suspects, her case became cold. 

On August 9, 1993,  Zachary Douglas was waiting for his date when flames engulfed the apartment of his girlfriend.  What he finds shocked him.

Firefighters found Miss Valencia M. Jumper,  a 21 year old college student majoring in Political Science.   She had two jobs,  one as a cashier for Food Lion and a fashion consultant at the Southpark Hechts before it became Macy’s in 2006.  She was a very ambitious young woman and a serious college student who was very  friendly and hardworking  as well as attractive.  According to the obituary I read online, she was a sorority girl a member of American Association of University Women.

She was murdered by her so called friend whom she knew for three years.  He said that she was like a sister to him.  Brothers don’t murder sisters.  He’s…

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The Buffalo Massacre

Always remember the victims of the racist terror attack of the Buffalo Massacre

Terrorism in America and our society permits this evil because of our tradition of racism.

You can thank the Republicans, Faux news, American Renaissance, Bill Maher, Steve Sailer, all the HBD(Human Biodiversity), VDARE, the newsmedia in general, most Democrats, most Evangelicals, Ann Coulter, Tucker Carlson, and others for embolding this racist POS.

The Foundational Black victims of the Buffalo massacre deserved better. We must honor the women and men who lost their lives to the racist terrorist Saturday afternoon. They were enjoying themselves, shopping for groceries, minding their business. That grocery story is the hub of the Black neighborhood in Buffalo.

Let’s remember the victims of the Buffalo massacre:
Celestine Chaney, 65
Roberta A. Drury, 32
Andre Mackneil, 53
Katherine Massey, 72
Margus D. Morrison, 52
Heyward Patterson, 67
Aaron Salter, 55
Geraldine Talley, 62
Ruth Whitfield, 86
Pearl Young, 77

May the men and women of the Buffalo massacre rest in peace and prayers go out to the families and the Black community in Buffalo as well as the greater Buffalo area. The community needs plenty of help and prayer.

Rest in Power and Say their names!

Abagond

a Bushmaster XM-15 semiautomatic rifle, the sort used by Gendron.

Ruth Whitfield (left), Pearly Young and Aaron Salter Jr.

Payton Gendron (2003- ), a White American gunman, killed 10 and injured 3 last Saturday afternoon, May 14th 2022, in upstate New York at a Tops supermarket in a Black neighbourhood of Buffalo. All but two of the victims were Black. It was shown live on the Internet for a few minutes before the feed was cut.

The dead:

  1. Celestine Chaney, 65
  2. Roberta A. Drury, 32
  3. Andre Mackneil, 53
  4. Katherine Massey, 72
  5. Margus D. Morrison, 52
  6. Heyward Patterson, 67
  7. Aaron Salter, 55
  8. Geraldine Talley, 62
  9. Ruth Whitfield, 86
  10. Pearl Young, 77

Gendron drove for three and a half hours in his parents’s car to get to the place with “the highest black population percentage and isn’t that far away,” according to a 180-page online manifesto that is almost cetainly his. Buffalo…

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A Novena for Betty Jean Baucum and Brandi June Henderson

“With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.  The former things have passed away.”- Revelation 21:3-4

Betty Jean Suzie Baucom 1970-1994

Brandi June Henderson 1975-1994

On March 9, 1994, there was a double murder in the Lake Apartments in East Charlotte. Betty Jean Baucum and Brandi June Henderson lost their lives to a serial killer named Henry Louis Wallace.

Both were young, beautiful, and intelligent young women with full lives ahead of them.

The murder of the eighth victim(Betty Jean Baucom) was one of the saddest. The saddest one of all involves the ninth victim, Brandi June Henderson and her infant son Tyrece Woods. Both lived in the Lake Apartments in East Charlotte. Betty Jean Baucom forgave him after all he had done to his victims. Up to that point, she didn’t thought he was a murderer. Instead, she thought he was a gentleman who wouldn’t harmed anyone, not even a fly. Instead, that devil sadistically murdered her, then stole property from her afterwards. She must have a patience and heart of a saint. Reminds me too much of Maria Goretti.

That devil also murdered Brandi June Henderson, then tried to murder the baby. Miraculously, her son, Tyrece Woods survived the horrific day. The next day after the bodies of Betty Jean Baucom and Brandi June Henderson were found at the Lake Apartments, that devil had the nerve to pretend consoling George Burrell regarding Brandi’s horrific murder. He really didn’t feel sorry for what he had done to the two women at the Lake Apartments. Nor did he feel sorry for the eight other murders preceding those two. The women were killed on the same day. Betty, on Wednesday morning before dawn. Brandi, on the same night between 8 PM and 11 PM. Ms. Betty Jean Baucom’s body was found on Thursday morning. This is when the police were getting serious and to warn women of a serial killer going around preying Black women.

I will always remember the young women Whose lives were destroyed before they were even began on their journeys. They were enjoying the time of their short lives.

May they rest in peace 😥 🙏 🕊

The Taco Bell Strangler- Oct. 1993 to Feb. 1994

At this time period, there had been five deaths/disappearances in 15 months, all within a five-mile radius inside East Charlotte. The predominantly black community was frightened and angry. Black residents accused City Hall of a lackadaisical attitude towards the problems of 31 percent of Charlotte’s population.

The police department held an emergency press conference. Hours before the conference, the department appointed Sgt. Gary McFadden as lead investigator. McFadden had no previous involvement with any of the cases in East Charlotte. But he was black. They needed a fall guy to keep the growing anger and discontent in Charlotte’s Black community at bay. But, with so many deaths of Black women and families in the city where the murder rate in 1993 was unprecedented and an insensitive media, society, and law enforcement, alone with an indifferent Charlotte public, things are not the way they were. The Black community of Charlotte deserve answers and input into why this is happening in their community.

Three things happened in the fall and winter of 1993-94 that may have kept Wallace from continuing his killing spree. In response to the black community’s indignation, the police increased patrols in East Charlotte. A second factor was that three months after raping and murdering Stinson, Wallace fathered a baby girl, although not by McKnight.

Wallace fell off the radar for five months. Biding his time, nursing resentment toward women in general while having an on and off relationship with his then girlfriend and trying to parent his one and only child at the same time. This was also the time when he bounced from job to job, not staying employed at one place for long period of time.

In 1993, Charlotte experienced an unprecedented rise in homicides. 129 people were murdered. Among the murders were at least three young Black women strangled. Another victim initially died in the fire, but wasn’t the case, for she too was strangled but due to the negligence of the medical examiner, she wasn’t listed as a homicide victim.

1994 came along, uneventful except he couldn’t keep any job for long, he lost his car, apartment, and girlfriend. At that time, he also haven’t seen his daughter because of his inner demons and drug addiction.

On February 4th 1994, he was arrested for shoplifting at Belk in the now defunct Eastland Mall. He was released shortly after but was summoned to a court hearing in the following month.

On the one year anniversary of her daughter Shawna’s murder, Dee Sumpter made a plea to the public to find Shawna’s murderer.

A mother’s plea to find Shawna’s murderer

Taco Bell Strangler 🔔-September 1993

Michelle Denise Stinson, 1973-1993

Little more than a month after Valencia M Jumper’s grisly and senseless murder, he turned his sadistic attention to Michelle Stinson.

Barely 20 years old, for she just turned 20 in August, 1993. She was an ambitious college student who studied Graphic arts. Her professors mentored her and had made progress in her college courses. She made A’s and B’s while at the same time was the devoted mother of two toddler sons, Ernee and Nasean, ages three and one, respectively.

The murderer knew her for some time. He helped with her stalled car. They became fast friends.

She was home at the night of September 14 when he came to her residence. His motive was to violate and murder her. He murdered her in front of her oldest son, that’s the saddest and worst part.

Her body was found by a family friend who was alerted by her oldest son the next day.

A week after her murder and a couple of days after her funeral, her family put up a reward in Charlotte Observer, leading up to arrest of person responsible for Michelle’s murder.

Taco Bell Strangler- August  1993: Part Six

Several weeks after Audrey Spain’s murder and no real suspects, her case became cold. 

On August 9, 1993,  Zachary Douglas was waiting for his date when flames engulfed the apartment of his girlfriend.  What he finds shocked him.

Firefighters found Miss Valencia M. Jumper,  a 21 year old college student majoring in Political Science.   She had two jobs,  one as a cashier for Food Lion and a fashion consultant at the Southpark Hechts before it became Macy’s in 2006.  She was a very ambitious young woman and a serious college student who was very  friendly and hardworking  as well as attractive.  According to the obituary I read online, she was a sorority girl a member of American Association of University Women.

She was murdered by her so called friend whom she knew for three years.  He said that she was like a sister to him.  Brothers don’t murder sisters.  He’s just a sadistic psychopath murderer who goes around manipulating women and girls. 

He went to Valencia’s home to talk and check on her earlier in the day.   He returned to her residence that same night on August 9, 1993.  He claimed he got into a fight with his girlfriend, so he told her to call Sadie to make sure he’s alright.   As soon as she reached the phone, he brutally murdered her.    He went into the kitchen, opened up a can of beans to cook on the stove, which he had it on at high temperature.   I’m not going to say what happened,  for it was unspeakable and I’m sparing her family from such gruesome details.

Several days later,  similar to Ms. Shawna’s several months ago, he attended Ms Valencia’s funeral along with his sister.    What’s worse,  he sent flowers and condolences to her parents like nothing ever happened.   The audacity and the nerve of him!

The medical examiner made a very bad mistake.   A mistake that could have cost his career.   He wrote in the autopsy report that she died in the fire. He should have examined her thoroughly to know that she was strangled before someone intentionally set fire upon her lifeless body to destroy evidence. That was his error and should’ve apologized to Valencia’s family for his mistakes and rushed autopsy.

Estevanico

Thank you Abagond for highlighting Estevanico. He played an important part in the settlement of America.

16th Century Explorer Estevanico.

Estevanico (“Little Stephen”; modern spelling Estebanico; c. 1500–1539), also known as Esteban de Dorantes or Mustafa Azemmouri, was the first African to explore North America.

Estevanico was taken captive, enslaved and sold to a Spanish nobleman in Spain in about 1521. In 1527 he was taken on the Spanish Narváez expedition to explore “La Florida“, which at the time was composed of present-day Florida, and all unexplored lands to the north and west, including Northern Mexico.

He has been referred to as “the first great African man in America”

Check Abagond’s post on this remarkable explorer at:

https://abagond.wordpress.com/2022/02/01/estevanico/

Also, be sure to read about Estevanico at Texas history website before it gets banned. Conservatives want to either censor or banned Black history and historical figures.

https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/estevanico

Andre Leon Talley 1948-2022, RIP 🙏

Fashion writer extraordinaire and trendsetter Andre Leon Talley had passed away from this earth at the age of 73. We lost a brilliant star 🌟. He was very influential in both fashion and celebrity worlds.

May he rest in peace and in power.

Rest in power, Andre Leon Talley. Remember him always.

False Narratives Regarding Black Men and Interracial Relationships

A Beautiful Couple.

Black Athletes….White Women (Revisted)

This thread is so loaded with emotion and finger-pointing that I had to respond.

First of all, the media want Americans to think that the majority of successful Black men are with white women, which is not the case. 90% of successful Black men are with Black women. The media is just too lazy to show them prominently as they do with nonblack wives of Black men.

The fact of the matter is that all IRs are stigmatize in various degrees, not just Black men and White/nonblack women. The media just makes a big deal out of it because the society is very obsessed with relationships involving Black men. America is very obsessed with Black male sexuality and their interactions with women, both outside of the community and within. American media and society wants people to believe that Black men don’t treat Black women and children right, that they are obsessed with White women, which isn’t the case, for Black men strongly prefer to be married to or have relationships with Black women. When they do go outside of their race, they prefer mixed race, Latinas, Middle Eastern, South Asian women.

Asian women and white men get stigmatized the least, though some whites and Asians have resentment toward such couples. Whereas Asian men and White women are marginalized and received hatred and violence from fellow White and Asian Americans throughout history and today.

Latino/White and Latino/Black relationships get almost no stigmatization nor they are marginalized, example Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, various Mexican women and White men in the Southwest/West before the Civil Rights movement and during the anti miscegenation laws in America.

Black women and white men relationships are the most stigmatized and taboo, which is why one rarely see such couples in real life. Also, the historic exploitation and devaluation of Black women in America.

I’m just saying.

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