White Man Turns Self in, Charged with Murder in Road Rage Killing of Black Teen


For political reasons, the man charged with the road rage murder of Bianca Roberson is going to be prosecuted in a very high profile manner, much like the black church shooter Dylann Storm Roof.

The fallout is liable to include black hit squads going out and killing white people in revenge for Roberson’s death. The accused is also going to be under constant threat in prison and will probably be killed there by black inmates.

All in all, although blacks can be annoying, it’s really best to maintain self control, if you’re white.

Since Desper looks nothing like the police sketch of the suspect, he probably should not have turned himself in to police.

There are no reports yet that Despers has a criminal record.

NBC Philadelphia

After a dramatic manhunt that lasted several days and spanned multiple states, Chester County, Pennsylvania, authorities have charged David Andrew Desper, 28, with first-degree murder for the road rage killing of recent high school graduate Bianca Roberson.

Desper, of Trainer, Pennsylvania, turned himself in Sunday morning around 2 a.m., officials said.

Police recovered the defendant’s red pickup truck at a location in Delaware County and Desper’s firearm from his bedroom. He has a license to carry and purchased the gun legally, according to court documents.

He was also charged with third-degree murder, criminal homicide, recklessly endangering another person and possession of an instrument of crime with intent to use it criminally.

Desper is being held at Chester County Prison without bail, and his preliminary hearing is set for July 13.

Roberson’s parents sat quietly in the room, sobbing, while officials announced the arrest. They lost another child, an adult son, four years ago to heart disease.

On June 28, Desper and Roberson played what investigators previously called a game of “cat and mouse” while attempting to merge into the same lane on Route 100 in Chester County around 5:30 p.m., officials said. Roberson was heading home from a shopping trip. She would have left for college later this summer.

Instead, she was shot in the left side of the head in an apparent road rage attack.

Her car was found in a ditch. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

“This is a story of a savage and senseless murder,” Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan said during a news conference Sunday.

The shooter’s car fled the scene “at a high rate of speed on the shoulder of the spur before eventually crossing traffic and continuing southbound on the shoulder of Route 202,” charging documents said.

A witness described hearing a loud noise and then seeing one car, which belonged to Roberson, swerving off the road while another sped away, officials said.

A portion of the round that struck Roberson was recovered from her skull during an autopsy. The bullet’s markings indicated it came from a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun.

A similar firearm was recovered from Desper’s bedroom after he turned himself in to police. Ammunition was found in a nearby trashcan.

Desper reportedly purchased the weapon in November of 2015, according to charging documents.

Using video surveillance from the scene and later recordings of a red pickup truck, police recovered Desper’s car in Glen Mills. It matched the description of the pickup seen moments after the incident.

Desper’s attorney was not available for comment. Roberson’s family declined to comment, but previously told NBC10 the death of their daughter is “surreal.”

“How can you just shoot a baby, an 18-year-old girl, on her way to college and then just speed off like it was nothing? She didn’t deserve to die like this,” Roberson’s mother, Michelle, said.

Roberson’s aunt Joyce Chester said she remains heartbroken but relieved that an arrest was made.

“We just had the graduation for the school and the kids were so full of hope. Hope and excitement,” Chester said. “I said, ‘Are they ever going to get this truck and this guy?’ And my friend said, ‘They’re going to get him. They’re going to get him. They’ll get the truck and they’ll get the guy.’ I said, ‘How do you know?’ He said, ‘They just will.'”

Desper’s neighbor Gerry Szper told NBC10 he heard about Roberson’s murder but was shocked the suspect lived so close to home.

“It’s just crazy,” he said. “I just don’t know. I’m shocked.”

It is shocking when a white on black murder takes place. Now, it’s up to Desper and his defense attorney to concoct a defense for an act that society says is indefensible.

Black Woman Who Bragged About Six-Figure Income on Facebook Shot Dead by Home Invader


The family of a black woman believe her home was invaded and she was killed because she talked about her wealth on Facebook.

Commentary after the story.


A Florida mother-of-three was fatally shot in her home on Thursday just hours after writing on Facebook about her inspirational journey from homelessness to making six figures.

Makeva Jenkins was fatally shot early Thursday morning after a masked suspect entered her Lake Worth home at around 2 a.m., according to a statement from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office obtained by PEOPLE.

“Once inside an altercation took place resulting in the female victim being shot,” police said in the statement. “The suspect fled in one of the family owned vehicle’s which was later found abandoned a short distance away.”

Jenkins died later at a hospital. CBS News reported that Jenkins was shot in the head in front of her children. However, a police spokeswoman could not confirm those details.

The death came just hours after Jenkins wrote in a Facebook post, “We overcame being homeless in 2013/2014 to reaching my six figure mark in 2015 to now making multi six figures.”

Jenkins managed a business consulting company, the Palm Beach Post reports. And in another post, Jenkins showed a receipt for more than $20,000 in deposited checks.

“May deposits were lit,” she wrote. “I can’t make this up. I work hard because I have to. My life depends on it. I don’t ever want to be homeless again. That was a bad feeling. I learned a lot through that storm.”

Although reports have speculated that Jenkins’ newfound wealth played a role in her death, the police spokeswoman says authorities do not believe money motivated the killing.

Patricia Clarke, who knew the woman, described Jenkins as family-oriented.

“She was a very loving person,” Clarke told the Post. “She loved her kids, and loved her family and loved her husband.”

The spokeswoman say the investigation is “very active” and would not say whether police have identified a person if interest in the shooting.

I get a number of derogatory comments from leftists who think that by calling me a coward for using a pen name that my feelings are going to be hurt.

All of us should remain anonymous unless we have a good reason for outing ourselves. Poor Makeva offers a warning to everyone to go stealth on the Internet. Certainly, if you do reveal your real name, then keep your personal information to yourself.

Makeva was likely killed by a black home invader who didn’t care a bit about her inspiration message of self-support. When the cold-blooded murderer is brought to justice, the death penalty should be administered swiftly. By snuffing out her life, he also snuffed out the possibility of some other blacks to be inspired by Makeva’s success.

NYC Mass Shooter Identified as Immigrant Medical Doctor from Nigeria


The link below offers a video report by the local CBS station on Dr. Henry Bello. This info is the latest I could find.

Bello is our new poster boy for the failure of nonwhite immigration to America. We import these low IQ apes who have weak abilities and/or credentials and claim to be able to do jobs they are unqualified to do. This one was fired for sexual harassment.

He also had a substantial record of petty crime. Is that what you expect from your doctor?

Immigration reform, such as barring nonwhite immigrants, is a necessity. Just ask Kate Steinle and the victims of today’s shooting.

CBS Local New York

The gunman who opened fire inside Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, killing a female doctor and wounding six other victims before turning the gun on himself has been identified as Dr. Henry Bello, a former hospital employee.

Sources tell CBS2 he resigned in 2015 amid allegations of sexual harassment. He previously worked in family medicine.

Bello was also arrested in 2004 for allegedly groping a woman in Manhattan, sources say.

Bello entered the hospital wearing what looked like a white lab coat, hiding an AR15 rifle underneath.

Sources say the 45-year-old was searching for one employee before opening fire.

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill said Bello apparently tried to set himself on fire, then died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Witness Dione Morales, who said she has been coming to the hospital for 17 years, told CBS2’s Valerie Castro that Bello was let go “because I guess they figured he was unstable.”

“He said he was going to do this,” she said. “It was said that he said he was going to kill people two years ago when he was let go – two years.”

“Now look what happened,” she added.

CBS2’s Erin Logan spoke with residents near Bello’s last known address on East 2nd Street in the East Village. Some said they recognized him, others did not.

Sources say Bello hasn’t been in town for about a year and was living in California. He just made his way back to the area earlier this week.

One man who has lived in the neighborhood for eight to nine years said he recognized Bello and couldn’t believe the news.

“When things like that do happen, it hits you right at home where you’re like holy smokes, wow,” he said. “By far he does not look like the type of person – all the more reason why it should be more scary.”

Sources Bello had a limited permit to practice as an international medical graduate student and was working in family practice – in effect from 2014 to 2016.

A former neighbor, who did not want to show her face, said she last saw him around that time and was shocked to hear about this tragic afternoon.

“Would never expect something like that from him,” she said. “He was a nice guy — really sweet, really helpful, always happy.”

Sources say Bello was upset after leaving the hospital, alleging racism and discrimination.

Late Friday evening, detectives were spending some time talking to people who may have known Bello while he was living in the East 2nd Street building, while everyone was just trying to make sense of it all.

Heavy offers more details. It seems the ape tried to set fire to himself or the hospital, but the sprinkler system put it out.

That’s reported to be when he turned the gun on himself.

Hospital Panic as Fired Negro Exacts Revenge, Shooting 7 While Killing One


The mainstream media will not ask the obvious question: Was the black shooter who sent a hospital into panic mode an equal opportunity shooter, or did he target just European-Americans?

Another obvious question: Does he have a history of conflict with white people or of expressing hatred of whites on social media?

Whatever the answers to these questions, today’s shootings are a reminder that it’s dangerous to hire black males because the people you hire today are possibly going to be the people you fire tomorrow.

Excerpt from the New York Daily News

A medical worker who was canned from Bronx Lebanon Hospital returned to his former workplace with an assault rifle and a deadly grudge Friday afternoon, shooting seven employees and killing one of them, before turning his weapon on himself after failing to set himself on fire, officials said.

The shooter, Henry Bello, 45, was found dead sprawled out on a hospital hallway from a self-inflicted gunshot wound with the victim he killed nearby, according to NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill. The victim who died was a doctor, according to Mayor de Blasio.

“We’ve had real tragedy here in the Bronx this afternoon,” de Blasio said at a press conference outside the Morris Heights medical center. “It’s something we’ve seen around the country and now we’ve experienced it here.”

Wearing a white lab coat, Bello began his rampage at about 2:45 p.m., opening fire several times at his former colleagues on the hospital’s 16th floor. His shooting spree ended one floor above, police said.

he mayor said five of his victims were in serious condition. Another suffered a gunshot wound to the leg.

“As you know, the shooter killed himself but not before having done horrible damage,” de Blasio said. “Our hearts go out to the family of the doctor who passed away.”

As shots rang out, panicked patients and hospital personnel barricaded themselves in their rooms.

“I was in the middle of getting an X-ray when security alerted us to the active shooter situation and locked us in,” patient Felix Puno, who was hunkered down in the fourth floor radiology department, told the Daily News. “Police are here doing a floor-by-floor sweep.”

Ronald Rogerson, 59, was on the seventh floor of the hospital awaiting an orthopedic appointment when he heard the gunfire.

“The lights started going off, alarms started going off and stuff,” he said.


Bello used to work in the family medicine unit and is a licensed pharmacy technician.

“Active shooting in Bronx Lebanon Hospital … Man dressed all in black. Smoke from the 16th floor,” the NYPD Special Operations Division posted to Twitter.

Police swept the hospital searching for the shooter and found a trail of blood leading from the second to the eighth floor.

ABC7 reported that two of the victims were women and one was dead. The New York Times reported that three of the victims were doctors.

“I heard two doctors got shot 20 times, both of them,” said Jasmine Mercado, 24. “They said the person was going from the ninth floor to the eighth floor shooting.”

The hospital was evacuated, while some people barricaded themselves inside.

At least 20 people barricaded themselves in a lab on the 15th floor — and blocked the door so well they needed the FDNY to help get them out, officials said.

More than 100 cop cars swarmed the hospital and shut the building down.

An FDNY EMS Counterterrorism unit responded to search for victims with the NYPD.

Federal Judge Blocks California Law Ban on Magazines Holding More Than 10 Bullets

Nobody would ever need more than 10 bullets, would they? I’m sure the LA rioters would have waited for gun owners to reload had this law been in effect at the time. Rioters are always so nice and cooperative.

Excerpt from the Sacramento Bee

A federal judge has temporarily blocked a voter-approved California law that would have forced gun owners to get rid of high-capacity ammunition magazines by this Saturday.

U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez, who is based in San Diego, issued a preliminary injunction Thursday that found the law was likely unconstitutional because it prevented people from using firearms that employed “whatever common magazine size he or she judges best suits the situation.” The law would have barred people from possessing magazines containing more than 10 bullets.

“The State of California’s desire to criminalize simple possession of a firearm magazine able to hold more than 10 rounds is precisely the type of policy choice that the Constitution takes off the table,” the injunction read.


Sarah Palin Sues New York Times Over Editorial Linking Her to Violence

The New York Times did not get its facts correct when it maligned Sarah Palin in a recent editorial. A later effort to set the record straight did not even mention her name, according to NBC.

The press (and the rest of us) are entitled to express our opinions about anyone, but we’re not allowed to make up “facts.” Palin will have to prove damages in order for a judge to set compensation if she does win the case. I can’t recall the details, but one case involving defamation saw the plaintiff win, but walk away with a dollar in damages. I’m pretty sure it involved the Rev. Jerry Falwell’s defamation suit against Hustler publisher Larry Flynt.

Unless the lawyers are taking Palin’s case on contingency (meaning they get 30 percent of any payout to her) then she’d better have deep pockets. This type of lawsuit is expensive to pursue.

Most of the time, these cases are settled before going to trial.

NBC News

Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, sued The New York Times on Tuesday alleging that the newspaper defamed her in an editorial that appeared to link her to political violence after the shooting of House Republican Whip Steve Scalise earlier this month.

The Times said it would “vigorously” fight the action.

Scalise, R-Louisiana, and three other people were wounded on June 14 by a gunman who fired a volley of shots at Republican lawmakers practicing in Alexandria, Virginia, for the annual congressional baseball game.

In an institutional editorial titled “America’s Lethal Politics” — an unsigned piece intended to represent the opinion of the newspaper — the Times’ editorial board included rhetoric by a political action committee associated with Palin among examples of “how vicious American politics has become.”

Citing the 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Arizona, in Tucson, the editorial said: “Before the shooting, Sarah Palin’s political action committee circulated a map of targeted electoral districts that put Ms. Giffords and 19 other Democrats under stylized cross hairs.”

Palin strongly objected to the editorial in a Facebook post, calling it “sickening” and characterizing it as an attempt “to destroy innocent people with lies and more fake news.”

In fact, writings by the gunman in the 2011 case, Jared Loughner, made it clear that he’d been planning the attack for a long time before the Palin map was circulated. Moreover, the map didn’t depict Giffords and the other Democrats themselves in cross-hairs — only outlines of their congressional districts.

The Times soon corrected the editorial, saying there was no link between political rhetoric and the 2011 shooting, as well as clarifying its depiction of the map. The correction didn’t mention Palin by name.

In the lawsuit (PDF), filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, lawyers for Palin accused The Times of having published “a statement about her that it knew to be false” and of following up with a correction that didn’t sufficiently make up for “the falsehoods that the paper published.”

“The underlying premise of the Palin Article is that there is a ‘sickening’ pattern of politically incited violence against members of Congress and that this pattern stems from Mrs. Palin’s direct and clear incitement of Loughner’s 2011 shooting in Arizona,” the suit argues.

“But The Times fabricated this supposed ‘pattern’ and Mrs. Palin’s role in it, resurrecting a debunked connection between Mrs. Palin’s political activities and Loughner’s 2011 rampage in Arizona. By doing so, The Times implicitly attacked the conservative policies Mrs. Palin promotes and drove its digital advertising revenues at Mrs. Palin’s expense,” it says.

Breitbart is also covering this story, going into more depth about the evidence than NBC.

Sh*tstorm Brewing as White Cops Shoot, Kill Pregnant Young Negress Holding A Knife



This is an important story because it could be the police shooting incident that race baiters use to set off a long hot summer of race riots.

Unlike many others shot and killed by police, Charleena Lyles is a sympathetic figure. Well, she was except for the knife that police say she was wielding. She was a Christian mother of four. Relatives allege that police shot her in front of her children.

There’s a real possibility that this will be the shooting that will force police to change their modus operandi when dealing with crazy people. Let’s see if President Trump Tweets this or talks about it.


Seattle Times

Seattle police on Sunday shot and killed a 30-year-old old woman who had called officers to report an attempted burglary and then displayed a knife, SPD said. Police took three children from the home; the victim’s sister says the shooting was unnecessary.

Dozens of people attended a vigil Sunday night for a 30-year-old woman fatally shot by Seattle police as department use-of-force investigators probed how officers wound up killing a woman who had called police for help.

Just after 10 a.m. Sunday, Seattle police responded after the woman had called to report an attempted burglary at her Magnuson Park apartment. At some point, police said, she displayed a knife and two officers shot and killed her.

Relatives identified the woman as Charleena Lyles.

Family members said she was several months pregnant and had been struggling with mental-health issues for the past year. They said she was concerned authorities would take her children, one of whom they said has Down syndrome.

Family members arriving about two hours later were distraught and questioned why police had to shoot her. She was “tiny,” they said, and believe her race — she is African American — was a factor.

The SPD has confirmed that both officers were white.

“Why couldn’t they have Tased her? They could have taken her down. I could have taken her down,” said Monika Williams, Lyles’ sister.

Police Detective Mark Jamieson said officers were alerted to “hazard information” in the system after a previous encounter with the woman, which prompted a two-officer response Sunday morning when she called to report an attempted burglary in her fourth-floor unit at Brettler Family Place apartments.

“Officers were confronted by a 30-year-old woman armed with a knife,” the department wrote on its web blotter. “Both officers fired their duty weapons, striking the woman.

“There were several children inside the apartment at the time of the shooting, but they were not injured,” the department said. “They are being cared for by other family members at this time.”

Charleena’s Facebook is a well full of tears waiting to be spilled by liberals and softhearted conservatives.

Charleena was killed while pregnant with her fifth child. That’s really going to draw attention to her death.

Heavy offers more pictures and story background.