HEAVY PUT TOGETHER THIS PHOTO COLLAGE OF THE VICTIMS.
Deceased Meredith Hight (bottom row center), the primary target of husband Spencer, who was shot dead by a police officer, counted numerous blacks among her friends. In my experience, the following characteristics define Negro-worshippers like the Hights:
1. No pride in their race, history, or their heritage.
2. Drug use.
3. Irresponsible, unreliable behavior.
4. Sexually promiscuous.
From a cold-blooded perspective, neither the shooter nor his ex-wife are a great loss to the world.
Click on the link to Heavy in the photo caption above to read individual obituaries of the victims pictured.
Excerpt from the Daily Mail
Eight people who were shot dead during a football party in Plano, Texas, have been identified.
Police say Spencer High, 32, burst into the home of his estranged wife, 27-year-old Meredith Lane, while she was hosting a group of friends to watch the NFL on Sunday and opened fire.
Seven people were pronounced dead at the scene, one died a short time later in hospital, while a ninth, who hasn’t been named, is still being treated for their injuries.
Hight was shot dead by a cop shortly after the attack, which unfolded just hours before what would have been his sixth wedding anniversary.
In a state of fury, Hight turned the gun on some of his own friends, such 31-year-old Rion Morgan, who was a groomsman at his wedding to Lane.
The other victims are: Anthony ‘Tony’ Cross, 33; Olivia Deffner, 24; James Dunlop, 29; Darryl William Hawkins, 22; Myah Bass, 28; and Caleb Edwards, 25.
Lane filed for divorce from Hight, citing ‘discord or conflict of personalities,’ earlier in the year.
KILLER SPENCER HIGHT AND WIFE. BOTH DEAD.
Investigators are also working on a motive for the killer, who was shot dead by a police officer responding to a call of gunfire in the home at around 8pm Sunday.
Plano PD Chief Gregory Rushin said the officer saw bodies in the yard and raced into the house, located on the 1700 block of West Spring Creek Parkway, before backup could arrive.
‘When something like this occurs, you can’t wait, you have to go in, ’cause seconds matter,’ Rushin said.
Lane, a native of Georgia, had arranged the party to watch the Atlanta Falcons game; they were viewing the subsequent Cowboys game when the killer entered.
“A BEAM OF SUNSHINE.”
Denton resident Genevieve Morrissy, a friend of Lane’s, said the slain woman was a ‘beam of sunshine’ but had a sharp tongue around her husband – and vice versa.
‘I always felt that their arguing got kind of ugly sometimes,’ Morrissy said.
Normally, for a black person, being in the home of a white person would be a safe place to be. Spencer Hight was an equal opportunity killer though. You have to wonder if he was tormented by thoughts of his wife in a sexual relationship with one of the Negro male victims.