Narrative Collapse reports that a Confederate flag was flying in front of the residence where two Negro intruders stormed the home, then beat and killed an elderly white man and his grandson.
The murders are receiving no national attention. But imagine if the two white men had brought their Confederate flag to the home of a Negro and murdered him. The case would be front page news for months.
Obama may be gone from the White House, but the race war that he fueled continues. Along with the media cover up.
Two men — a man and his grandson — died at their home on Rabbittown Road near Piedmont Sunday morning, apparently after someone broke in the house and shot them, according to published reports.
The two men have been indentified at Travis Frost, 73, and his grandson 23-year-old Joshua Moody, according to Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown. He said the two men were pronounced dead at 5:10 a.m. He said authorities were summoned to the scene a short time after the incident occurred.
The investigation continues into what happened, and why, authorities have said.
Frost’s wife called authorities just after 4 a.m. Sunday morning and reported someone had broke into the house.
Calhoun County Sheriff Matthew Wade told The Anniston Star the two men were shot; the woman hid in a bedroom and was not harmed.
A vehicle stolen from the residence was found abandoned in Piedmont later Sunday morning. Investigators and personnel for the Jacksonville State University’s Center for Applied Forensics were looking for evidence at the crime scene. The vehicle was being checked for evidence as well.
The alleged murderers ran, but not beyond the reach of the arm of the law. Good police work resulted in the capture of two of the three perps seen below.
U.S. Marshals captured two people Thursday night in Virginia, wanted in a July 23 Calhoun County double murder, Sheriff Matthew Wade said.
Jeffrey Jamall Briskey, 32, and Sicondria Michala “C.C.” Carter, 26, both of Anniston, were taken into custody about 9:30 p.m. CST in an Econo Lodge in the Petersburg, Va., area near the intersection of Interstates 85 and 95, Wade said.
Briskey has a warrant for murder, while Carter is wanted for hindering prosecution. The two are being held in connection with the killing of Travis Frost, 73, and Joshua Moody, 23. The two men were beaten and shot to death at Frost’s Rabbittown Road residence in the eastern part of Calhoun County.
The search continues for Rhimington Otarivs Johnson, 25, of Anniston. He is wanted for murder, standing 6 feet 1 inches tall, weighing 185 pounds. Wade said he should be considered armed and dangerous.
In Alabama, its likely the males will face capital murder charges.