Alex Rowe–the teen mom went to the police to complain that Arron Lewis would not leave her alone
Arron Lewis–the man charged with capital murder in the death of Beverly Carter is clearly shown to be of mixed race in this photo. Looking rather like Barack Obama, it’s reasonable to speculate he’s part African. He reminds me of part African people I knew in New Orleans who were maybe one-twelfth to one quarter African.
Let’s have that honest conversation about race that Attorney General Eric Holder once called for.
It’s doubtful the mainstream media is going to reveal anything about Arron (that’s the spelling of his first name the media have settled on) Lewis’ racial origins. Judging solely by appearances he is a mix of white and black.
Why is that important? Because I’ve had many white women tell me that black, nonwhite, and mixed race men are highly sexually aggressive, refusing to take no for an answer.
I have little experience with black males, but back in the day when I hung out with the vatos from the barrio, I saw that aggressiveness in action.
In fact, a few white girls I knew at the university told me, “I f*cked him to get rid of him. We had a deal. If I f*cked him once, he would stop pestering me.”
White girls know, at least where I live, that the university authorities won’t do anything to stop this sort of stuff because they will be accused of “racism.” The males also accuse the white girls who refuse their advances of racism. Minority males use that race card to harass white women all the time.
The mentality of nonwhite males is easily summarized by this claim that one of them made to me: “She’s talking to me. That means she wants to f*ck me.”
Arron Lewis certainly acted like an aggressive, “god’s gift to women” nonwhite male in his pursuit of white teenager Alex Rowe.
A teenager has told how she was ‘stalked’ by the prime suspect in the murder of Arkansas realtor Beverly Carter just a few months ago.
Alex Rowe said she was so terrified of convicted felon Arron Lewis that she filed a harassment complaint with police.
The 19-year-old told MailOnline in an exclusive interview that Lewis gave her ‘the creeps’ after he repeatedly sent her messages on Facebook.
‘He just would not leave me alone and would keep on sending messages,’ Alex said. ‘It just got all too much and I had to go to the police to file a complaint. I was being stalked and it felt so uncomfortable. I felt like he was watching me all the time.
‘The messages would not stop and it was really creepy. I told him I would go to the police and that’s what I did.’
Rowe said that she believed that Carter thought he could get any woman he wanted.
‘He thought he was so smooth that women would just fall at his feet,’ said Alex. ‘He was always chatting up women and saying that he could have anyone he wanted. He thought women would believe whatever he said.’
Rowe, who works as an Avon beauty sales lady, said she filed the harassment report five months ago shortly before the birth of her first son.
‘It did not surprise me when I heard he was a suspect in the realtor’s disappearance. I would not put anything past him,’ she said.
Lewis has a long criminal history, including charges of felony theft; accomplice to theft; unlawful removal of theft device; obstruction of government operations, and other counts.
Lewis also has rap sheets in Kansas City, Missouri, and in Utah. He was released in Arkansas in August 2013 and was on parole until 2017.
Law enforcement would not release details of Rowe’s complaint to MailOnline.
Alex and Lewis lived next door to each other for several months before the suspect moved to Jacksonville, Arkansas.
Dare I say that if Alex Rowe were properly married, her husband could have taken care of Lewis for her. As it is, it took some courage on her part to go to the police. It’s too bad he wasn’t reincarcerated for violating his parole. Somebody may have fumbled the ball. Which led to grandmother Beverly Carter lying on a slab in the morgue.
Arron Lewis posing shirtless for the ladies
H/T to commenter Dark Side of the Moon for pointing me to this article.