South African Nigger Killed by Police While Eating Corpse of Woman He’d Beheaded

APHIWE MAPEKULA. HUNGRY, HE WAS.

What’s a poor old Nigra to do when he’s hungry and there are no fast food joints open?

For one South African nog, the answer was easy. Kill another nog who happened to be nearby and then eat her. Raw. Uncooked.

I don’t know, but I’ve heard that Niggers taste like chicken.

Hell, everything tastes like chicken. Right?

Read on for more evidence that South Africa must return to apartheid or else degenerate into cannibalism.

metro.co.uk

A man has died after police reportedly found him eating the corpse of a woman he had beheaded.

Officers shot Aphiwe Mapekula, 23, in the arm, leg and stomach after bursting into his home in Mount Frere, South Africa, as he was cannibalising his victim on September 9.

Police say the victim was a woman called Thembisa Masumpa, 35, who was known to Mapekula. He allegedly beheaded her after a family argument.

Local media reports that he ignored officers’ warning shots that were fired in order to stop him. When he charged at the police with a knife, they opened fire on him.

Mapekula was rushed to Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital, where he attacked a female medic just minutes after he was admitted. He died three days later on September 12.

The cannibal’s mother was the one who first raised the alarm after seeing her son attack Masumpa as she was leaving the house.

‘I never raised a son like this,’ she told The Daily Dispatch. ‘I never imagined this.’

Neighbours claim that Masumpa worked at the family’s home doing odd jobs, and that she was apparently doing some washing in the back garden when Mapekula attacked her.

They also claim that Mapekula had a history of drug addiction, which had forced him to drop out of university.

Police spokeswoman Captain Edith Mjoko said: ‘He killed her with a knife by cutting her throat. When the mother of the suspect saw what was happening she rushed and called the police to the scene.

‘When they arrived the suspect was busy eating the flesh of the deceased.

‘Police ordered him to stop and hand himself over. He went beserk and stormed at them with the knife. Several warning shots were fired to deter him, but in vain.’

Sizwe Kupelo, a local health department spokesman, told Herald Live last week: ‘He was admitted on Saturday after he was transferred from Madzikane KaZulu Hospital in KwaBhaca with gunshot wounds and needed emergency surgery.

‘He unfortunately died in the early hours of this morning at about 4.35am.’

“Unfortunately died?”

St. Louis protest over ex-cop’s acquittal turns violent, 32 arrested, 10 cops hurt

ST. LOUIS MAYOR LYDA KREWSON ISSUED A STATEMENT SUPPORTING THE PROTESTERS.

Burn, baby, burn. The weekend is young. You have Saturday and Sunday to burn down St. Louis. Get to work.

ABC News

Protesters in St. Louis Friday night blocked highways, damaged public and private property, broke windows, threw rocks at the mayor’s house and threw bricks at police officers — who responded by dispersing tear gas — after a white former police officer earlier in the day was acquitted in the 2011 fatal shooting of a black man.

Thirty-two people were arrested, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said. Ten officers were injured — 9 St. Louis Police Department officers and one Missouri Highway Patrol officer — two of whom were transported to a hospital with injuries sustained after being hit by a brick. Some officers were wearing protective gear due to items being thrown at them.

St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson found 36-year-old Jason Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. On Dec. 20, 2011, the then-police officer shot 24-year-old Lamar Smith five times after a high-speed chase and crash.

Watch the entire pursuit and shooting via police dashcam footage and surveillance cameras owned by businesses.

Hundreds of people were part of the massive protest, ABC St. Louis affiliate KDNL reported.

At 10:08 p.m. local time, police declared the gathering an “unlawful assembly,” tweeting, “those refusing to leave are subject to arrest.”

Less than 20 minutes after tweeting that the protest was an unlawful assembly, police announced tear gas had been dispersed, tweeting, “Tear gas was deployed because agitators became violent towards officers and destroyed property at Kingshighway & Waterman #stlverdict.”

Police took to Twitter documenting the violent aspect of the protest, including the blocking by protesters of highways and other thoroughfares and other acts of civil disobedience.

“Agitators have converged on Mayor Krewson’s house,” police tweeted at 9:47 p.m. “Throwing rocks and breaking windows, despite being instructed not to.”

A subsequent tweet read, “Agitators refuse to disperse causing property damage near Mayor’s home. Those who don’t comply w/police orders subject to arrest #stlverdict.”

The violence continued past 11 p.m., with police tweeting at 10:29 p.m., “Destruction of public and private property continues in the #CWE neighborhood. We are doing everything we can to keep you safe #stlverdict.” Then at 11:30 p.m. police tweeted, “Agitators are being warned that this is no longer a lawful assembly. If they do not disperse, they will be subject to arrest. #stlverdict.”

Video from the protests showed demonstrators marching while chanting phrases including “no justice, no peace” and “if you kill our kids, we’ll kill your economy.”

Damone Smith, a 52-year-old electrician who was among the motorists re-routed away from the area, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he believed the verdict to be “disgusting.”

“I’m proud of these people protesting,” Smith, who is black, told the Post-Dispatch. “If you look like me, then you feel like there is no other way to express yourself in this kind of verdict. Time and time again, African-American men are killed by police, and nobody is held accountable.”

Officials also tweeted a video of protesters stomping on the hood of a police car.

Some demonstrators were seen openly carrying rifles on the streets, which is legal in Missouri, according to The Associated Press, but there have been no reports of weapons being fired.

Earlier in the evening, police said the protests have been “for the most part” nonviolent, adding “there have been some tense moments where agitators became destructive.”

Several companies — including Wells Fargo, Stifel and Nestle Purina Petcare — sent thousands of employees home as protests grew Friday morning, the Post-Dispatch reported.

Stockley told the Post-Dispatch on Friday that he “can feel for” and “understand” what Smith’s family is going through. “I know everyone wants someone to blame, but I’m just not the guy,” Stockley told the local newspaper.

Stockley’s acquittal also elicited outrage from several local officials, condemning the anxiously awaited bench verdict.

JASON STOCKLEY.

“This not-guilty verdict of a police officer who violently killed a citizen is another slap in the face to the black community in St. Louis,” Missouri state Rep. Michael Butler said in a statement. “And a shot in the heart to the family of the victim,” he said of Smith.

“This system and all the politicians calling for peace are ignoring the pain this verdict causes our communities,” Butler added. “We will be nonviolent but we will not settle on peace. No justice. No peace.”

St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson offered a more measured response, though equally emotional.

“My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Anthony Lamar Smith, our police, judge, prosecutor, our citizens who find no comfort or justice, and everyone involved in this difficult case,” she said in a statement.

“I am appalled at what happened to Anthony Lamar Smith. I am sobered by this outcome. Frustration, anger, hurt, pain, hope and love all intermingle.”

Stockley and his partner at the time, Brian Bianchi, were trying to apprehend Smith for a suspected drug deal at a Church’s Chicken restaurant, according to court documents.

Stockley was facing up to life in prison without parole had he been convicted of both charges.

And now for the masterpiece of all Tweets:

This live stream was working at 5:32 A. M. Central Time. I’m not 100 percent certain this isn’t a rerun of the live stream, but it’s informative whatever it is. St. Louis is in trouble. The white people who live there are in danger.

Conspiracy or Accident? CIA Files on Oswald Missing from JFK Documents

There must be 100 different theories about who killed JFK. That works to the advantage of the real killers, whoever they may be.

Whatever the truth is, the evidence shows that the Deep State has long done its best to keep the public in the dark by promoting the lone nut gunman theory.

Alternet via Salon

All of the U.S. government’s files on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are supposed to be released by October 26. But one batch of CIA records on suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald has gone missing.

The records were part of a seven-volume file on Oswald held by the agency’s Office of Security. The OS is responsible for protecting CIA property and vetting agency personnel, and maintains a file system independent of the CIA’s Central File Registry. Declassified CIA records show that Volume 5 of the file records existed as recently as 1978.

The disappearance of the records, discovered by JFK researcher Malcolm Blunt, is significant because the Office of Security was the first component of the CIA to open a file on Oswald, an ex-Marine who defected to the Soviet Union in October 1959 and was later charged with killing JFK in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.

The official story that Oswald acted alone is widely disbelieved. President Lyndon Johnson, First Lady Jackie Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, French president Charles DeGaulle, and Cuban leader Fidel Castro all privately concluded that JFK was killed by his political enemies, not by a lone assassin.

As a result, conspiracy theories have proliferated over the years, including President Trump’s bogus claim that Ted Cruz’s father was involved.

New JFK files

The disappearing Oswald file is the latest in a series of remarkable revelations that news organizations have found in long-secret JFK assassination files made public for the first time by the National Archives in July.

WhoWhatWhy reported on documents showing that the mayor of Dallas at the time of JFK’s assassination, Earle Cabell, was a CIA asset in the 1950s. His brother, Charles Cabell, was a high-ranking CIA official until 1962.

While the documents don’t show that Earle or Charles Cabell had any connection to JFK’s assassination, they do illuminate that the CIA’s extraordinary penetration of domestic American institutions extended to the city where JFK was killed. If anyone had said over the last 50 years that the mayor of Dallas in 1963 was a CIA asset, they would been derided as a conspiracy theorist. Now we know for a fact that he was.

Ian Shapira of the Washington Post plumbed the new records to recount the secret interrogation of Yuri Nosenko, a KGB intelligence officer who defected to the United States in 1964. Nosenko was detained without charges for four years in what would now be called a CIA black site.

The Nosenko affair (celebrated by HBO) was a key chapter in the CIA’s reaction to JFK’s assassination. James Angleton, the powerful chief of counterintelligence, suspected Nosenko had been dispatched by the KGB to conceal the Soviet ties to Oswald and the assassination. The interrogation of the “foul traitor” Nosenko failed to confirm Angleton’s conspiracy theory, according to the Post.

Writing for Politico, professor Larry Sabato and journalist Philip Shenon reported that one new CIA file showed that in the mid-1970s, one of Angleton’s top lieutenants came to doubt the Warren Commission’s finding that JFK was killed by Oswald, alone and unaided. Sabato and Shenon argue that the JFK investigation was “botched” and the possibility of a Cuban government involvement was ignored.

On AlterNet, I quoted extensively from the same records to show that the JFK investigation was not so much botched as “controlled’ by top CIA officials, including Angleton. The CIA made at least four false statements to investigators. The effect of these statements was to conceal what top CIA officers, including Angleton, knew of Oswald while JFK was still alive.

Collectively, the new JFK files pour more cold water on the “KGB did it” conspiracy theory, while encouraging questions about the “Castro done it” theory. Mostly, the new files illuminate how the CIA resisted investigation of Oswald after JFK was killed, and why the public, and CIA officials themselves, came to reject the official story of a lone gunman.

Officials of the National Archives have told AlterNet they will release thousands of pages of additional secret JFK records before October 26.

16 Year Old White Girl Who Allegedly Teamed with Two Negros to Kill MMA Fighter Charged as Adult

SUMMER CHURCH, JACE SWINTON, AND ROBERTO ORTIZ. CHARGED WITH MURDER.

Sixteen year old mudshark Summer Church was having a sexual relationship with the Nog in the center photo, Jace Swinton. Police believe she was the brains of the outfit who planned to rob a mystery meat MMA fighter that she met at a convenience store.

Summer’s mother is defending her race-mixing daughter and the ugly ape boyfriend.

Good mothers don’t let their daughters engage in bestiality.

Heavy

Three teens have been charged with murder in the death of a Florida MMA fighter who was killed in July in his Boca Raton home during a home invasion robbery.

Summer Church, 16, Jace Swinton, 18, and Roberto Ortiz, 18, are facing several charges in the death of , Aaron Rajman, 25, including first-degree murder, after they were arrested Friday, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office says. Church was taken into custody while she was being driven to high school by her mother, the Palm Beach Post reports. She is being charged as an adult.

Aaron Rajman, 25, was shot to death after multiple men entered his home about 10:30 p.m. on July 3, the sheriff’s office said. Rajman was shot after a fight broke out, according to police. It is not known if police believe anyone else was involved in the robbery and murder.

VICTIM AARON RAJMAN.

Rajman lived in the 22700 block of Southwest 65th Terrace in West Boca, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Few details about the case have been made public. Charging documents that would reveal more information have not yet been released by the Palm Beach County court.

“When our deputies arrived, they learned that the males entered the home where an altercation resulted in a male being shot,” the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release announcing the arrests.

A Palm Beach County grand jury indicted Summer Church, Jace Swinton and Roberto Ortiz on charges of first-degree premeditated murder and two counts of home invasion robbery with a firearm, according to court records.

According to the Palm Beach Post, Church was dating Swinton at the time they are alleged to have taken part in the robbery and murder. Church’s mother told the newspaper that her daughter had become acquainted with Rajman after they met at a convenience store in Boca Raton in January. Judith Church told the Post that Swinton had also met Rajman and had been to his house.

Detectives have claimed that 16-year-old Summer Church was the “mastermind” behind the plot to rob Aaron Rajman, which led to his murder, Judith Church, the girl’s mother, told WPBF-TV. Judi Church says her daughter has cooperated with police and was forced to be involved. She said her daughter was not at the house when the robbery and shooting occurred.

“I told detectives, I said this out loud: ‘she’s not that smart.’ They said, ‘oh yes, she is, we think she’s the mastermind behind it,’” Judith Church told the news station.

The elder Church claims there are suspects still on the loose. She told WPBF that Roberto Ortiz, who her daughter did not know, and three other men forced Summer into a car at gunpoint and forced her to call Aaron Rajman, because they wanted to see if he would be home so they could rob him. According to Judith Church, her daughter did call and when Rajman said he was out with his girlfriend, she told the men that he wasn’t home and they let her out of the car.

Judith Church says Jace Swinton was in the car, but was also threatened by Ortiz and the other men. She told the news station her daughter thought the men had given up on their plan, so she didn’t call Rajman back to warn him.

JACE SWINTON.

“She was scared to death,” Church said. “They threatened her. They threatened Jace. They know where we live.”

We usually say to mudsharks that associating with Negros is a quick way to become a single mother. Increasingly, it’s also a way to either end up dead or end up in prison.

Mom Judith Church is a POS excuse for a parent. Watch her make a fool of herself in this video. Less than three minutes.

Everyone needs to keep a gun for self defense and keep it close by. And bar the doors and windows from invading apes.

Elderly Belgian Mayor Found Dead in Cemetery by his Wife “with his throat slit open”

ALFRED GADENNE. KILLED BY A KNIFEMAN.

When the police claim that the motive for a political assassination is unclear, then there’s a red flag of suspicion of a cover up of some kind that needs to be raised.

Daily Mail

A Belgian mayor has been found dead in a cemetery with his throat slit open.

The body of Alfred Gadenne, 71, Mayor of Mouscron, was discovered by his wife on Monday evening at Luingne Cemetery, where he was caretaker .

He had been out to close the site for the night when he was murdered.

Mr Gadenne was the conservative mayor of Mouscron, an industrial town of 57,000 just across the border from the northern French city of Lille

His death has shocked the country, with the prime minister expressing ‘horror’ at the death of the retired national lawmaker.

Local news service SudInfo, citing unnamed sources, said a suspect had handed himself in to police and that the motive was unclear.

The case was handed to a local prosecutor rather than to national counter-terrorism investigators.

‘I have learned with horror of the brutal death of Alfred Gadenne,’ Prime Minister Charles Michel, a liberal, said on Twitter. All my thoughts are with his family and friends.’

Among the many others offering condolences was Martine Aubry, the former French Socialist party leader and long-time mayor of metropolitan Lille.

Philippe Courard, president of the parliament for Belgium’s French-speaking south, tweeted: ‘Terrifying. What kind of world are we living in?’

President Courard asks what kind of world are we living in? He and his ilk should know. They, the EU supporting politicians, have created a Europe where no one is safe anymore.

Political assassination is the stuff of which Muslim terrorists thrive on. It’s also sometimes seen as an appropriate response to a political system that doesn’t work very well anymore as diversity and multiculturalism replace civic nationalism and kinship.

Primitive Amazon Tribe Reportedly Genocided in Brazil

INDIGENOUS BRAZILIANS IN 2008.

The existence of primitive Amazon River tribes in Brazil is under threat.

The mineral and timber wealth in the region is a magnet drawing the “civilized” Brazilian, who is generally mixed race, into the rain forests. Miners, loggers, and farmers with modern weapons are a deadly force when the natives have only spears and bows and arrows to defend themselves.

By any standard these primitive tribes are no threat to the West. They aren’t out breeding us like the African. They have no desire to invade the U.S. or Europe like the Muslim.

Like wildlife such as the lion, the giraffe, and the hippopotamus, they have a right to exist. For what it’s worth I oppose the genocide of native tribes in Brazil and applaud any efforts to see to it that these primitives are left alone.

New York Times

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — They were members of an uncontacted tribe gathering eggs along the river in a remote part of the Amazon. Then, it appears, they had the bad luck of running into gold miners.

Now, federal prosecutors in Brazil have opened an investigation into the reported massacre of about 10 members of the tribe, the latest evidence that threats to endangered indigenous groups are on the rise in the country.

The Brazilian agency on indigenous affairs, Funai, said it had lodged a complaint with the prosecutor’s office in the state of Amazonas after the gold miners went to a bar in a near the border with Colombia, and bragged about the killings. They brandished a hand-carved paddle that they said had come from the tribe, the agency said.

“It was crude bar talk,” said Leila Silvia Burger Sotto-Maior, Funai’s coordinator for uncontacted and recently contacted tribes. “They even bragged about cutting up the bodies and throwing them in the river.”

The miners, she said, claimed that “they had to kill them or be killed.”

Ms. Sotto-Maior said the killings were reported to have taken place last month. The indigenous affairs bureau conducted some initial interviews in the town and then took the case to the police.

Survival International, a global indigenous rights group, warned that given the small sizes of the uncontacted Amazon tribes, this latest episode could mean that a significant percentage of a remote ethnic group was wiped out.

“If the investigation confirms the reports, it will be yet another genocidal massacre resulting directly from the Brazilian government’s failure to protect isolated tribes — something that is guaranteed in the Constitution,” said Sarah Shenker, a senior campaigner with the rights group.

Under Brazil’s president, Michel Temer, funding for indigenous affairs has been slashed. In April, Funai closed five of the 19 bases that it uses to monitor and protect isolated tribes, and reduced staffing at others. The bases are used to prevent invasions by loggers and miners and to communicate with recently contacted tribes.

Three of those bases were in the Javari Valley, which is known as the Uncontacted Frontier and is believed to be home to more uncontacted tribes than anywhere else on Earth. Approximately 20 of the 103 uncontacted tribes registered in Brazil are in the Valley.

“We had problems with previous governments, but not like this,” said Ms. Sotto-Maior, the Funai coordinator.

Her agency’s budget this year for the uncontacted tribes department was just two million reais, or about $650,000, down from 7.5 million reais in 2014. “What can I do with two million reais?” she said.

President Temer, who is deeply unpopular, has sought support from powerful agricultural, ranching and mining lobbies to push economic changes through Congress and shelter him from a corruption investigation. Last month, the lower house of Congress voted to spare him from standing trial for corruption in the Supreme Court, but only after the president doled out jobs and agreed to a series of concessions, many of which affected longstanding deforestation and land-rights regulations.

A decree by Mr. Temer that opened up a large reserve in the Amazon to mining prompted an international outcry. After a judge blocked the decree, the government announced that it would revise its decision, but critics are wary.

With land disputes on the rise in many remote areas of Brazil, indigenous groups, rural workers and land activists have all been targeted by violence. More than 50 people had been killed as of the end of July, compared with 61 in all of 2016, according to the Land Pastoral Commission.

The next time some moron professor proclaims the white race to be uniquely guilty of genocide, remember the headhunters and cannibals of the Brazilian outback and the genocide of them by nonwhite Brazilians.

The Black Attack: Two White Sisters Dead, Man Shot in Home Invasion by Negros

SISTERS KIMBERLY LESKO AND MELODY ROBB.

ALLEGED MURDERERS MIRAS KELLY, KYLEE LANKFORD.

Pittsburg Post-Gazette

Two sisters were killed and a man critically injured in a triple shooting in McKeesport early Friday morning.

Melodie Robb, 52, of McKeesport, and Kimberly Lesko, 55, of Versailles, died in Ms. Robb’s home in the 400 block of Gross Street when someone opened fire around 3:30 a.m. Friday. A third victim, who has not been identified, survived and was hospitalized in critical condition.

Ms. Robb’s husband was also in the home during the shooting but was upstairs and was not injured, said Ms. Lesko’s son, 27-year-old Jeromie Anderson, of Versailles.

“By the time he loaded his gun and got downstairs everybody was gone,” Mr. Anderson said.

His mother lived in Versailles and was spending the night at her sister’s home in McKeesport after receiving treatment at a nearby hospital for a deep cut, he said. She didn’t have a vehicle, so Ms. Robb picked her up from the hospital.

Ms. Lesko called Mr. Anderson’s brother around 11 p.m. Thursday and told him she’d decided to stay at her sister’s home in order to get some rest, Mr. Anderson said.

“And then this happened,” he said.

Police said two of the victims were found in the living room and another in a bedroom. Neighbors reported hearing at least four shots.

Mr. Anderson has no idea who would have wanted to kill his mother.

“She was always there for us,” he said. “She worked hard her whole life, worked hard and raised us basically by ourselves because our dad had a drinking problem. He’s clean now, has been for 15 years. But she took us to baseball practices, helped with our homework, worked two jobs.”

He grew up in the Gross Street home where the shooting happened, he said. When his mother moved out of the house, she sold the home to her sister, who has lived there for years.

Mr. Anderson said the house was “pretty beat up,” and said Ms. Robb didn’t have much money.

“She lives day to day,” he said. “They didn’t have the money to fix the house.”

Mr. Anderson said the family is accepting donations to pay for their funerals.

The initial mystery has been solved with the naming of two Negros, one of whom is still on the loose.

WTAE

McKEESPORT, Pa. —
One suspect has turned himself in and another is still wanted in the investigation of last week’s robbery and home invasion that left two sisters dead in McKeesport.

Allegheny County police describe Kylee Lankford, 19, as “armed and dangerous.” He is 5 feet 9 inches tall and about 150 pounds.

Another suspect, Miras Kelly II, also 19, turned himself in Thursday and was taken to the Allegheny County Jail, where he was expected to be arraigned overnight. Calls to his defense attorney, Bill Difenderfer, were not returned.

Both face homicide charges in the fatal shootings of Melodie Robb, 52, and Kimberly Lesko, 55, who were found dead Sept. 1 in a home on Gross Street.

Hopefully, suspect Lankford will resist arrest and pay the penalty for his resistance.