Brutal murders are becoming all too common in Charlottesville, Virginia. Just this past fall, residents dealt with the murder of 18-year-old college student Hannah Graham by a black serial rapist who had been on the prowl for over a decade.
Now, a white special education teacher and her 17-year-old daughter were beaten to death in their home on Rugby Avenue by a 30-year-old black “aspiring rapper.” I wonder if Gene Everett Washington asked his victims, Robin and Mani Aldridge, if they could breathe before bashing their heads in and setting their house on fire. Probably not. He was too busy stealing their Toyota which police later found outside his apartment complex.
The horrific murder won’t make national headlines. But it should. Of the nearly 770,000 violent interracial crimes committed every year involving blacks and whites, blacks commit 85% of them and whites commit 15%. Yet the media regularly reports white on black crime as “racially motivated” which neatly manages to relegate black on white murders to non-issues.
If a white man, for any reason, beat two black females to death, the full wrath of Holder’s Department of Justice would descend on the local police department within days.
Not so when it is the other way around.
This latest double homicide case is especially egregious because the savage predator should have been behind bars. Washington was in court on serious probation violations in April and sentenced to 8 years in the penitentiary. Some lenient judge suspended all but one month of the sentence.
The judge isn’t the only threat to public safety in Charlottesville. The Commonwealth Attorney, Warner “Dave Chapman,” advocates for “alternatives to incarceration” citing the Charlottesville/Albermarle Drug Court as a prime example he helped to “design and implement.”
From Chapman’s county website: We take the tough cases and achieve results that are comparable to other successful drug courts in Virginia.
Gene Everett Washington, aka Paul Jackson, according to court records, was one of those “tough cases” that got away. Washington’s rap sheet goes back 10 years with charges of possession with intent to distribute cocaine, grand larceny, breaking and entering, receiving stolen property, and probation violations beginning in 2006. He was released from prison three years ago and had two probation violations on seven different charges this past spring.
On April 15, 2014 Washington’s probation was revoked and he received 8 years with 7 years and 11 months suspended, according to the Albemarle County Circuit-Criminal Division Case file. Nine months later Washington has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder for the December 6 slayings.
If a white criminal had received a suspended sentence after a decade of felonies and then went on to bludgeon a black mother and daughter to death, no doubt Al Sharpton would have the courthouse surrounded. Where are the clowns marching and shouting “No justice, no peace” for the Aldridges?
The media repeatedly ignores or spins black on white crime. The latest headline in the Aldridge case? “Murder suspect knew the Charlottesville teen he’s accused of killing.”
So it’s okay, folks, nothing to see here. He “knew” the victim. Anybody drawing attention to the social plague infesting our country with blacks killing blacks at record rates and black on white crime outpacing white on black crime is called a ‘racist.’ The political agenda of the left trumps law-abiding citizens’ rights to be safe from vicious killers.
- In 2007, a black male was 40 times more likely to assault a white person than the reverse. Interracial rape is almost exclusively black on white with 14,000 assaults on white women by black men in the same year.
- In a 2007 FBI study not one case was found of a sexual assault on a black female by a white man.
- 73% of black kids are born out of wedlock with the majority being shuffled between multiple caretakers until they are old enough to hit the streets.
Who will hold these egg and sperm donors unleashing brutal criminals on society accountable?
In one report Washington’s mother stated, “my son is not a monster” when local television reporters descended on her son’s residence. Members of the Aldridge family called him a “subhuman beast.” Who’s right?
Image from screenshot of King Gene, rapper.