Back in Black
Just missing its chance at a coveted Nappy, this toilet-plunger headed Orc shows its multitasking ability by using both a firearm and bladed weapon in its instinctual rampage of senseless violence.
The town of Seneca is a peaceful farming community with a majority White population. Not much happens in this sleepy little hamlet that finds itself sandwiched between Canandaigua and Geneva. This antagonistic anthropoid seems to have migrated from Geneva, well known for its welfare and social program services, and thus home to an abnormal amount of coon clusters.
Eventually, these darkies encroach into every area we civilized Whites inhabit, inflicting a pandemic of ‘Shine Flu upon the populace. Whites are running out of places to flee. Soon, they’ll have to fight back–or die.
Walter Russ of Geneva has been charged with first-degree assault in connection with a shooting and stabbing incident in the town of Seneca.
A Geneva man was in Ontario County Jail Saturday following an incident at a home in the town of Seneca, where two people were shot and one stabbed in the early morning hours.
Walter Allen Russ, 55, of Geneva, was charged with first-degree assault after deputies tracked him down in a vehicle just after 2 a.m. Saturday. Ontario County sheriff’s deputies said Russ was arraigned and taken to Ontario County Jail without bail.
Deputies said they had responded to 3419 County Road 20 in Stanley, for a report of two people injured. When deputies arrived, they found 47-year-old Maria A. Russ shot in the face and legs, with multiple stab wounds to her chest and neck. A man, whose identity was not released as of Saturday, was shot in the abdomen.
Maria Russ was taken to Strong Hospital in Rochester by Mercy Flight, and was listed in guarded condition Saturday. The man was taken to Strong by ambulance. Both had surgery on Saturday.
About 15 minutes after the initial call, Walter Allen Russ, identified as Maria’s estranged husband, was taken into custody by Geneva police and turned over to the deputies.
Ontario County sheriff’s officials said there was a history of domestic violence between the two, and that Maria had a order of protection against Walter.
There were also others in the house when the incident happened, including children. The investigation is ongoing.
— Includes reporting from whec.com