DWAYNE HICKERSON. BLACK LIVES DON’T MATTER TO HIM.
When trannies are butchered, a person might wonder if the killer would have killed a real woman or whether he was acting out the ritual murder of the faggot inside himself.
In the case of black on black murder, the question also arises as to whether the killer would have also killed a white tranny.
Did confessed killer Dwayne Hickerson know he was going into a hotel room with a tranny or did he think he had a real woman? Whatever, his guilty plea will take him off the streets for decades. Given the savagery of his knife attack, the taxpayers would be better off if he had been sentenced to death.
PASCAGOULA — Former Navy sailor Dwanya Hickerson pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder and robbery in the savage stabbing death of a transgender nurse from Hattiesburg.
Hickerson entered the plea before Circuit Judge Robert Krebs.
Jackson County District Attorney Tony Lawrence recommended a sentence of 40 years in prison for murder plus eight years for robbery in the July 23, 2016, slaying of Dee Whigham.
Whigham was butchered to death, with the throat slashed three times in addition to 116 other stab wounds to her face and body.
DEE WHIGHAM. NOT A VERY CONVINCING “WOMAN.”
Hickerson, 23, entered into a plea agreement with prosecutors. Had he gone to trial on a capital murder charge, a jury could have sentenced him to death.
A native of New Orleans, Hickerson was studying to be a weather forecaster at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi at the time of the slaying.
Jackson County investigators tied him to the killing after they found video of Hickerwson and Whigham at a St. Martin hotel around 8:30 p.m. In a matter of 20 minutes, according to hotel surveillance cameras, Hickerson butchered Whigham, cutting her throat three times and stabbing her 116 others times in the face and body.
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Before he left, he jumped in the shower to wash the blood off his body.
Whigham’s purse and cellphone were stolen.
“I think the plea is a slap in the face,” Whigham’s mother, Vickie Blackney Whigham said Thursday morning. “He gets a chance to see his family and I don’t have that chance with my child.”
In one of Dee’s Facebook posts in August 2015, she shared a Facebook post about she’d want after her death.
“Only thing I hope that people will remember of me when I’m no longer in this world is that I loved,” she wrote, before adding the hashtag, “#MyTruth.”
I agree with the mom. This plea bargain and too many others are unfair to victims, their families, and the taxpayers. There’s also the possibility that Dwayne will be released from prison in the future, which will put another generation at risk. He should have been put down permanently. Think about following the example of your Nigerian brothers, muh Niggas.
BLACK ON BLACK LYNCHING IN NIGERIA.