Mealy-mouthpiece gives syrupy soliloquy in pathetic attempt to blame justice system for muh dickin’ monkey-masher’s TNB.
No info on the race of the victims, but judging by the facts these nigger-bucks rape 100 White women per day in McAmerica, it would come as no surprise that the women were White.
The father and the attorney of a Raynard Coleman, accused of raping several women on the eastside of Detroit, both say the prison system where 31-year-old Coleman spent half of his life may have helped make him “a monster.”
Jan. 25, Detroit Free Press: “He went from kid to adult in prison, probably really quickly, too,” Coleman’s lawyer, James Galen Jr., said outside court while flanked by Coleman’s family. If Coleman is the rapist police say he is, “I have to wonder if we didn’t create a monster by putting him in the Michigan Department of Corrections at such a tender age.”
About 30 relatives and supporters of Coleman packed the courtroom Monday. Since he was freed in January 2009, Coleman had worked hard to get back on track, said his father, Raynard Custard of Bloomington, Ill.
OK, let’s start by pointing out that Coleman is a grown man, wholly accountable for his own actions. If he’s convicted of raping those women — and the Detroit police are contending that DNA evidence says he did — he needs to do every single day of whatever time a judge gives him. This is, in no way, an attempt to excuse an accused rapist.
Mudspace bed-bugs bring us a taste of turd-world chivalry by gang-raping teen. While McAmericans tune into President Bojangles’ Circus of the the Stars in order to be tube-fed their daily dosage of maudlin cry-wire acts and opportunistic center-ring theatrics, the unrestrained crush of non-White immigration continues its ruthless campaign of genocide and terror under the big tent.
Cops: Gang rape of girl, 14, recorded on cell phone
Four Stickney teenagers gang-raped a 14-year-old girl and recorded the attacks on a cell phone, police said this morning.
Alex Picallo, 16, Majeed Khalifeh, 18, and Jonathan Leanos, 19, were charged Wednesday with two counts each of aggravated criminal sexual assault in the incident at Leanos’ Stickney home in the 3900 block of Wesley on Saturday, police said. Picallo was charged as an adult.
A fourth suspect, Vicente Hernandez, 22, of Cicero, was similarly charged today and is scheduled to appear at a bond hearing in the Bridgeview courthouse later today.
Leanos met the victim, who does not live in Stickney, online on the MySpace site last summer, and they met several times before Leanos took the victim to his house Saturday, police said.
When she refused his request for sex, Leanos took her cell phone and forced her to have sex, police said. He then drove her to pick up Khalifeh and Hernandez, and they all returned to Leanos’ house, where they were met by Picallo, police continued. Leanos told the girl to have sex with his friends, and cell phones were used to record the assault.