There’s nothing to be said that hasn’t already been said before about black criminality.
Our forefathers implemented segregation because segregation made everyone safer. If Chelsea Beller’s upscale Atlanta restaurant had the right to bar Negros from entering, she would still be alive today.
Video surveillance shows three masked people responsible for the particularly heinous shooting of an Atlanta restaurant manager Sunday, police said.
Chelsea Beller of Atlanta was forced upstairs to open a safe during a robbery by three masked suspects at Barcelona Wine Bar on Howell Mill Road, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported. The rest of the employees were tied up with electrical tape, police said.
After opening the safe, Beller was shot in the shoulder and later died at Grady Memorial Hospital.
While police know three people are responsible, they are asking for the public’s help in identifying them and have issued a higher-than-usual reward, Atlanta police spokesman Carlos Campos said Monday in a statement.
The usual $2,000 Crime Stoppers reward for information leading to an arrest and indictment is more than tripled at $7,000.
“No crime against our citizens, anywhere in the city, is acceptable,” Campos said. “But the robbery and murder of an innocent restaurant manager doing her job is a terrible crime that has shocked even the most jaded among us here at APD.”
Police are continuing to investigate the shooting and robbery and ask anyone with information to provide an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers Atlanta by calling 404-577-TIPS (8477).
If the Negro worked as hard at education and real work as he does at crime, he might be an asset to society.
As it is, he’s a liability. Even the Great Emancipator Abraham Lincoln wanted him out of the United States.
The best thing we could do short-term to protect the public is to implement judicially administered corporal punishment. Blacks would be whipped when stepping out of line (as would everyone). Pain is the only language they understand. Prison is like a vacation to them.
The death penalty (public hanging) should be imposed on the three killers very shortly after their trial.
“She was just a positive person, fun loving. She didn’t have an enemy to speak of,” said her cousin, Brandi Borgwat. “Everybody that knew her, loved her.”
Friends left flowers and candles outside the restaurant Sunday afternoon.
While the investigation continues, Beller’s family hopes that her killers are not on the streets for much longer.
“She deserves justice for this,” said Borgwat.