Tricia McCauley’s murder was first reported on this site here on December 27.
My story and the comments indicated a high degree of familiarity with black misbehavior, which prompted a response from someone who claimed to know her. Basically, their points are that racism is bad, we are racists, and we have no right to discuss her murder, which now includes evidence of rape. Here’s the comment, which I decided to approve:
Nunya on December 28, 2016 at 12:52 pm said: Edit
Racist dudes, stfu. This woman was my neighbor and a friend of friends. Don’t use her to further your racist agenda. If she was racist, she wouldn’t be living in my neighborhood, which has a lot of black people. And no, I’m not black, dimwits. And if you knew anything about crime, you’d see tons of white people killing people of all races including their own. The worst serial killers are all white men. Why? Because of racist nitwits like you who act like white people are angels and can’t possibly have committed a real crime, so these white murderers go under the radar and aren’t caught for a long time. Congratulations, idiots.
You have an ability to deconstruct this hostile comment. It doesn’t matter whether she was racist or not. We have every right to discuss members of our tribe and issues that affect our tribe. At least he or she didn’t end with the usual line that “You are the problem with America.” Yeah, 100 white women a day are raped by blacks and I’m the problem because I post a dozen stories a day wrapped with brief commentary.
People like the commenter probably aren’t going to live long, healthy lives given their lack of good sense. Even Obama and Jesse Jackson have publicly stated that they are afraid of young black males.
I did not attempt to give a serious response to this comment because it doesn’t deserve one. Here’s what I wrote:
Thanks for helping kill your friend, dimwit, if she was your friend. And I don’t believe you’re not black. Besides, I’m not a racist. I love niggers.
Johnson told police that he met McCauley on or around Christmas, when she offered him a ride. According to the documents, he told police that she offered to have sex with him and that they had sex “on a curb somewhere.” He told police that after the sexual encounter, she became despondent and said she wanted to kill herself.
Johnson told police that McCauley hanged herself inside her car, although he was unable to say what she used to hang herself, the documents show. According to the documents, he also told police that she told him he could use her car, money and credit cards, at one point asking, “If someone is suicidal and gives you all their stuff is that illegal?”
He also told police that he picked up a prostitute and drove around the city with McCauley’s lifeless body in the back seat, the documents state. When asked why he drove around with the woman in the back seat, Johnson said he thought she was sleeping, the station reports. Johnson had injuries to the hands and jaw when he was arrested, police said.
Johnson’s public defender did not immediately return a message Wednesday.
McCauley was reported missing after she didn’t show up to a Christmas party hosted by friends in Washington’s theater community. Ann Norton, the executive director of the Washington Stage Guild, said there was evidence that McCauley had left her apartment with the Brussels sprouts she planned to bring to the dinner.
Police do not believe McCauley and the suspect knew each other.