Earlier: 24-PLUS BLACK-ON-WHITE HOMICIDES, INCLUDING PRIEST AND ASSISTANT BEATEN BEYOND RECOGNITION: November 2022—Another Month In The Death Of White America
Self-defense experts refer to parking lots as “transitional spaces,” which require special vigilance—you are going from a safe space in your apartment or work to a safe car, but in between you’re a potential target.
Apartment parking lots seem to be dangerous no-go zones these days. In this month’s Death Of White America,
Furthermore, Mark Pappacoda was killed in a New Haven liquor store parking lot, and a chivalrous Marine named Robert Sundin was killed trying to protect a white woman from a robber in the parking lot of a Vallejo restaurant.
Gas stations are also notorious as potentially dangerous transitional spaces—three deaths happened in gas stations this month. But the number of cases of domestic violence show, once again, that one of the most dangerous places for a white woman married to a black man may be her own living room.
Sundin was fatally shot while trying to rescue a waitress from an apparent robbery in Vallejo, California.
The assailant was described as ”a young Black man” by the victim, a fact omitted by most news reports—but it was included as part of the victim statement.
Teresa Brasher had just arrived at her job as a waitress. As she was getting out of her car, she was approached by ”a young Black man.”
According to local news:
”I pulled in to work, Bob pulls in behind me with his truck and I started to get out of my car. I always look around me and I had my purse and my keys ready to open the door,” Brasher said. ”Suddenly I saw a young Black man, probably in his early 30s, came up near me on an electric scooter. He had a ski mask on, but I could see the white in his eyes. He pointed at my purse and that he wanted it and immediately I jumped back into my car, shut the door and locked it. The man was around my car trying to get me to come out.”
”I saw Bob get out of his car and I was telling myself, ’No, no, no, no, don’t get out! Please, don’t get out,” Brasher said. ”Bob is not aggressive or mean—he’s a real sweetheart. But he was just defending me. The man grabbed Bob’s shirt and then it looked like Bob grabbed his shirt. Then I heard a gunshot.”
[Napa County Marine dies protecting others outside Vallejo restaurant, napavalleyregister.com, December 12, 2022]
17-year-old Ian Hagerty was fatally shot while attending a candlelight vigil for Ta’neaious McCune. McCune, 18, was killed by a homeowner during a home invasion.
Police said 23-year-old Kendell Torrence was charged with Hagerty’s murder.
Two others—boys ages 11 and 16—were also shot, but survived.
The vigil was being held in an Atlanta-area apartment parking lot.
[Police arrest suspect wanted for killing teen during vigil in DeKalb County, by FOX 5 Atlanta Digital Team, FOX 5 Atlanta, December 9, 2022]
An unnamed 17-year-old girl was arrested.
Also arrested was a 35-year-old woman named Marshanda A. Paschal, who was taken into custody and charged with Accessory After the Fact to the Murder.
[Teenage girl arrested, charged with murder of woman killed at Anderson apartments, by Janice Limon, wyff4.com, December 14, 2022]
Arrested within just a few weeks of getting his ”get out of jail free card”—being released on a “personal responsibility bond—was 35-year-old George Albert Hodge.
Downs noticed Hodge going door-to-door robbing people. So, he wrote down the license plate number of Hodge’s car. The car had been stolen.
Hodge is accused of stabbing Downs, who died days later in a hospital.
Police apparently found the stolen car along with Hodge, thanks to Downs writing the plate number.
”Basically from 2006 until right now, he’s been in and out of county jails and prisons. He’s got eight prior felony convictions,” according to Andy Kahan with Crime Stoppers.
[61-year-old Good Samaritan fatally stabbed allegedly at the hands of convicted felon free from jail on PR bond, By Randy Wallace, fox26houston.com, November 29, 2022]
The identity of the assailant has not been disclosed. A surveillance camera, however, captured his image.
Reports say the assailant was stealing a cart filled with power sprayers from the store. Rasor, who worked at the store, was reportedly shoved as he attempted to stop the theft.
Rasor died November 30, 2022. The incident occurred weeks earlier.
#SayHisName— VDARE (@vdare) December 28, 2022
His Name Is Gary Rasor: 83-Year-Old White Employee of Home Depot Murdered by Black "Menace to Society" Shoplifter Who Tried to Steal Three Power Washershttps://t.co/uNpS5R6J7w
[’It’s almost beyond comprehension’: Family mourns 83-year-old man killed after being shoved by thief at Home Depot, by Leslie Moreno, WRAL, December 2, 2022]
Arrested was Corey Blueitt, 43.
Public records profile Blueitt as African-American.
[Murder charge filed against man in Newton Drive shooting death, by Dan Claxton and Jennifer Weiser, krogtv.com, December 6, 2022]
Patrick K. McMillan, 47, was charged with second-degree murder.
The alleged killer is reportedly the victim’s stepson.
[Lumberton man charged after stepdad found dead in yard: Deputies, by Courtney Rowles, wpde.com, October19, 20022]
Police are looking for her husband, Antar Antonio Jeter, 46, and the couple’s 5-year-old daughter, Aspen Jeter.
Apparently, Antar stole Crystal’s car and took Aspen.
Reports say the victim had been missing since November 1 and was likely deceased weeks before police were contacted by concerned relatives.
[Aspen Jeter disappearance: South Carolina police looking for child’s father after mom shot dead, car stolen, by Greg Norman, Fox News, December 1. 2022]
Arrested was Markeith Wright, 47.
Reports say two other women were shot but survived. Police “said there is a family relationship between Wright and the victims.” The race of the other victims is unknown.
[One dead, 2 injured in Belleville triple shooting; suspect arrested in Iowa, by Kalie Strain, kmov.com, November 5, 2022]
Arrested was Cadilac Derrick, 35.
Also killed was 22-year-old Lea’johna Sanders.
Court records say Derrick and Sanders had an infant son. Sanders called 911 to report abuse by Derrick. During the call, gun shots were heard.
[Chilling court documents describe final moments of Columbia murder victim’s life, by Brian Hauswirth, 939theeagle.com, November 8, 2022]
Arrested was David Story, 42.
Reports say Story called 911 and could be heard on the phone saying “I shot her in the head.”
Dispatchers asked if the shooting was accidental, but he told them “no, it was intentional.”
The affidavit states that Story claimed he was “tired of her talking [expletive] to him.”
The shooting seems to be an outcome of low impulse control, a mental disorder commonly seen in urban jungles.
According to the National Library of Medicine, ”The DSM-IV [The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition] formally recognizes pathological gambling (PG), kleptomania (KM), trichotillomania (TTM), intermittent explosive disorder (IED), and pyromania as impulse control disorders (ICDs).”
We can conclude that low impulse control may be a trait that results in common urban jungle behaviors such as shoplifting (kleptomania), setting fires during rioting (pyromania), and crimes committed with firearms (intermittent explosive disorder).
No arrest was made, but surveillance video captured images of a likely suspect.
Reports say the victim made a trip to a liquor store to buy lottery tickets, but was encountered in the parking lot. The shooter was apparently attempting to rob him.
[Man Shot and Killed While Out Buying Lottery Ticket in New Haven, nbcconnecticut.com, November 11, 2022]
Arrested on various charges were Imhotep Davis, 25, Tyvel Lampkin-Davis, 28, and Kiwan Dampeer, 25.
Omaha police say the mass shooting was not a random incident.
It is not known if those arrested crashed the party (Steve Sailer has noted that ”Jill Leovy’s 2015 book Ghettoside mentions “unwanted party guests” as a common cause of murder”) nor was it reported which individual fired the weapon that ended Wood’s life.
Seven others were wounded by gunfire.
[Family identifies woman killed in mass shooting near 33rd and Ames, by Abbie Peterson, ketv.com, November 14, 2022]
[UPDATE: Police arrest three in 33rd & Ames shootings, by Geoffrey Roth, siouxlandnews.com, November 13, 2022]
Charged with murder was 46-year-old Anvictor Butler.
“We are not able to use deadly force against somebody if they’re trying to steal property,” explained attorney Mario Massillamany to fox59.com.
Apparently, Phipps drove a stolen car into a gas station, then attempted to steal Butler’s car.
[IMPD: Vehicle at center of deadly car theft shooting was previously reported stolen, by Jesse Wells, fox59.com, Nov 18, 2022]
No suspect has been identified.
Reports say the victim was shot in the head at close range moments after leaving a gathering of friends early Thanksgiving morning. It’s suspected to be a “robbery gone wrong.”
Ahead at 6 on @wjz, loved ones remember the life of Henri Jones, 23, killed early Thanksgiving morning one block from Patterson Park. pic.twitter.com/1vPjfjHJbC— Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) November 29, 2022
[Friends mourn Henri Jones, 23, killed near Patterson Park, by Mike Hellgren, cbsnews.com, November 29, 2022]
Arrested was ”25-year-old Jaylan Noah Davis. He was charged with first-degree murder, two counts of shooting into an occupied dwelling and possession of a firearm by a felon convicted felon,” according to qcnews.com, below.
According to the victim’s obituary, ”He was born in Elk, Poland on June 28, 1980, the son of Franciszka Mikulska, and the late Lech Mikulski.
”Artur enjoyed listening to music, watching movies, playing poker, cars, swimming, camping, eating sushi, and anything sweet.
”In addition to his mother, Artur is survived by his life partner, Amanda Adams; daughters, Elisia and Isabelle Mikulska; son, Jaxson Mikulski; and brothers, Janusz and Marek Mikulski.”
[Man charged with murder after deadly shooting in southwest Charlotte, police say, by Mike Andrews, qcnews.com, December 1, 2022]
Arrested was Damien Davis, who was charged with shooting two people during the incident.
Smock was credited with possibly saving the lives of those who fled the scene during the commotion.
[Flowers, notes honor Jeff City bartender, shot and killed on Saturday, by Bryan Hudnell, krcgtv.com, November 28, 2022]
Arrested was 22-year-old Yahya Abdulkadir—typically a Somali name. He was arrested at a Lithonia, GA “Black Cultural Center,” whose owner is named Kazemde.
Reports say a confrontation led to the murder. Frequently, a ”confrontation” involves a victim resisting an attempted robbery.
[SWAT team captures suspect wanted for the murder of Georgia correctional officer, by Graham Cawthon, wjcl.com, December 19, 2022]
One of two suspects, 15-year-old Nonaisha Jones, was also killed.
The second suspect, Jaylan Dubose, 18, was injured and arrested.
[18-year-old critically hurt in Roselawn triple shooting charged with murdering other 2 victims, by FOX19 Digital Staff and Candice Hare, fox19.com, December 15, 2022]
Sherard L. Wright, 33, and Kali W. Bryant, 29, were charged with second-degree murder. Bryant was also charged with robbery. Natasha R. Winston, 47, was charged with accessory after the fact, reports say.
[3 charged in connection to shooting death of Chesterfield man, by NBC12 Newsroom, nbc12.com, July 11, 2022]
30-year-old Laquan Johnson was charged with first-degree murder.
Reports say the shooting was the result of a domestic dispute.
[Chesterfield man charged with murder in Richmond, by NBC12 Newsroom, nbc12.com, September 24, 2022]
Arrested was 41-year-old Hurley D. Braddy, Jr.
[Woman shot, killed in Kershaw home while 5 children present, authorities say, by WBTV Web Staff, wbtv.com, December 12, 2022]
”Marquan Bryant faces one count of second-degree murder while armed with a firearm, as well as notice of domestic violence allegation with an intimate partner for fatally shooting Rayann Perez,” q13fox.com reported.
The report also quoted the victim’s two moms.
[Suspect in custody after admitting to killing girlfriend in Lacey, deputies say, by Dan Griffin, q13fox.com, December 4, 2022]
Kristopher Jason Brown, 21, was charged with murder.
Apparently, Brown had been ejected from Premier Pub and Grill and retaliated by shooting into the bar.
[Second man charged in shooting outside bar; mayor speaks out about incident, by Alyssa Hannahs, Kim Rafferty and Eric Fossell, wsaz.com, November 4, 2022]
Charged with one count of murder was Shay A. Wilson, 28.
According to fox5atlanta.com, ”Hillman was a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist who joined the Army in February 2015. He had deployed once to Afghanistan and had been awarded two Army Commendation Medals and two Army Achievement Medals.”
Reports say Wilson had never been deployed and was never awarded any decorations.
[Suspect in murder at Fort Stewart identified as Army infantryman, by FOX 5 Atlanta Digital Team, FOX 5 Atlanta, December 16, 2022]
Arrested were Jaylone D. Hines, 21, and Charron Troutman, 19.
Reports say Mehanlic was an innocent bystander who was killed by a stray bullet when Hines and Troutman were engaged in an argument at a nearby gas station.
A second innocent bystander, Betty J. Averytt, age 59, was also killed. Both Mehalic and Averytt were in a bus shelter when they were shot.
A third victim, John Hornezes Jr., was involved in the argument.
Days later, gunfire erupted at Hornezes’ funeral, leaving six people with gunshot wounds [Mass Shooting At 20-Year-Old Man’s Pittsburgh Funeral: Police, Jillian Pikora, Daily Voice, October 28, 2022].
All were black except for Mehalic, who was white.
[2 Pittsburgh men charged in connection with North Side shooting that left 3 dead, by Justin Vellucci and Renatta Signorini, triblive.com, November 2, 2022]
Arrested was her boyfriend, Paris Shaw, 24.
Reports say Baker was killed on Thanksgiving night.
The victim was reportedly shot in the head while sitting on a sofa.
According to ksat.com, ”[Shaw] was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily injury-family/dating, a first-degree felony, and burglary of a building, criminal trespassing and evading arrest.”
“Serious bodily injury-family/dating” refers to a Texas statute which considers domestic violence more serious than non-domestic.
[San Antonio man arrested for fatally shooting girlfriend in head on Thanksgiving night, records show, by Rebecca Salinas and Victoria Lopez, ksat.com, November 28, 2022]
The suspect was identified as 25-year-old Jayquan Phillips.
[Man dead following shooting on 37th St in Newport News, by Courtney Ingalls, Julius Ayo, wavy.com, November 28, 2022]
Held on suspicion of second-degree murder was Mustafa Rahsad Bush, 39.
Reports say Robinson was found by a passerby who was walking a dog.
”Bush was previously convicted in the 2006 murder of Cory Richardson at Richardson’s northwest Rochester home. Bush is on supervised release after serving two-thirds of his sentence in prison,” reports say.
[Minnesota man arrested in death of woman found in ditch, by Abby Sharpe, Mark Wasson, dglobe.com, December 29, 2022]
David Johnson III was booked for two killings. He was released from jail due to ”human error” and went on to shoot Combs while free, reports say.
Combs was attempting to help a friend when he lost his life.
[Man mistakenly released from jail charged with murder in deadly Sunoco shooting, by WSYX Staff, abc6onyourside.com, December 16, 2022]
Arrested were 22-year-old Donovan Crandall and Kenneth Dewayne Jackson III, 39.
Kenneth Dewayne Jackson III
The shootings reportedly stemmed from a $50 debt.
More likely, the shootings stemmed from a congenital lack of impulse control, low intelligence, lack of empathy, narcissism, psychopathy, and inhibited executive function.
[Shooting that killed 2, wounded 2 involved debt of around $50, Wichita police say, by KAKE News, kake.com, December 28, 2022]
Arrested on first-degree murder charges was Aldrick Scott, 47.
Scott had fled to Belize, from which he was extradited to face charges in Nebraska. Reports say the victim had been kidnapped and was later found in a shallow grave.
The two were apparently involved in a romantic relationship.
[Body found in Topeka as authorities continue investigating Cari Allen’s disappearance, by Brian Mastre, wowt.com, December 15, 2022]
Reports failed to provide evidence that the shot was a stray bullet rather than fired intentionally at a random white person. A report did say, however, that Torres was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Apparently, any place and time in Milwaukee is wrong for white people.
[Mother killed in Christmas Eve shooting near 29th and Greenfield identified, by CBS 58 Newsroom, cbs58.com, December 28, 2022]
Arrested was her husband, 36-year-old Jonathan Jiles.
He was also charged with possessing a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon.
[Altamonte Springs police charge man with 2nd-degree murder in death of wife, by Anthony Talcott, clickorlando.com, December 21, 2022]
Robert Wilson, 31, was taken into custody and charged with murder.
[Suspect charged with murder in fatal Gadsden shooting, by Howard Koplowitz, al.com, December 27, 2022]
FBI statistics reveal that more than 50 percent of homicides in the USA are committed by blacks, even though they comprise only 13 percent of the country’s population.
Overall, FBI data suggest blacks are over thirteen times more likely to kill whites than vice versa.
We found no white-on-black homicides in December 2022.
Kenn Gividen [Email him/Tweet him] is a retired direct marketer. He lives in Indiana with his wife. Kenn is the father of two grown children, four grandchildren, and two grand dogs. He publishes dailykenn.com and abatehate.com. In 2004 he was the Libertarian Party’s candidate for governor of Indiana. In 2002 he published The Prayer of Hannah, which sold about 24,000 copies. Kenn is an alumnus of Liberty University.