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We always say “only white folks do that mess” when it comes to mass murder and serial killing, but it turns out… evil comes in all colors.
Turn the pages and be horrified by the most sick black serial killers and mass murders ever.
In 2002, Chester Turner agreed to a plea deal in a rape involving a Skid Row womam that got him 8 years in prison in exchange for a sample of his DNA. That DNA linked him to the murders of 10 women and one of the women’s unborn child in South Los Angeles between 1987 and 1998.
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A prison parolee and registered sex offender is suspected of killing five women in the city in just over a month, police said Friday.
Matthew Emmanuel Macon, 27, of Lansing, also could face charges for a sixth killing from 2004.
Lansing Police Chief Mark Alley said murder and assault charges were being pursued against Macon, who was paroled from state prison June 26. Macon also is a registered sex offender, Alley said.
He had been in prison off and on since 2001, returning twice for parole violations after serving more than a year-and-a-half for larceny from a person, said state Department of Corrections spokesman Russ Marlan.
Macon also had an extensive juvenile criminal history, including two sex offenses, breaking and entering, larceny and unlawfully driving away an automobile, Marlan said.
He was arrested Tuesday in connection with the deaths this summer of Ruth Hallman, 76; Deborah Cooke, 36; Debra Renfors, 46; Sandra Eichorn, 64; and Karen Yates, 41.
He also may be charged with the 2004 death of Barbara Jean Tuttle of Lansing.
Police had been looking for clues and help from the public in five unsolved homicides since late July, including two this week — which had raised concerns a serial killer was on the loose in the state capital, a city of 114,000 located about 75 miles northwest of Detroit. Alley declined to discuss the circumstances surrounding the arrest, or any motive for the homicides.
Investigators had noted similarities between several of the slayings and a series of unsolved 2003 assaults. The 2003 victims were middle-aged or older women who lived alone, as were a number of the recent homicide victims.
Yates died two days after Eichorn was found dead in the house she rented on Lansing’s west side. On Tuesday, a 56-year-old woman received non-life-threatening injuries in an attack in her home on the city’s east side. Her dog heard the commotion and charged the man, causing him to flee the scene.
Police credited the woman for providing key details that helped focus their investigation and led to a sketch of a suspect being distributed to the public.
At the time, police said the person responsible for that attack was connected to the deaths of Eichorn, Cooke, Renfors, Yates and Hallman, who was found beaten in her home July 26 and died later.
Cooke’s body was found Aug. 6 in a city park. Renfors was found dead Aug. 9 in a house.
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Carl Eugene Watts has confessed to more than 80 murders of women in Texas, Michigan and Ontario, Canada, yet he was set to be paroled in 2006. By May 1980, Watts was divorced. His wife stated that it was due to his strange behavior, which included his habit of leaving their home for hours, immediately after they engaged in sex. Within months, attacks in neighboring Wisteria, Ontario were being reported that were of the same nature as those in Ann Arbor and Detroit.
Carl looks bat sht crazy…
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Serial killer of prostitutes gets another 25+ years
September 6, 2007
A convicted serial killer already serving life in prison was sentenced today to another 25 to 50 years behind bars for raping and beating a prostitute who survived his usually deadly attacks.
The formality in Wayne Circuit Court closes the case on Shelly Andre Brooks, a homeless man whom authorities believe killed at least seven prostitutes between August 2001 and June 2006. Investigators have said he may have killed another seven women, though no charges were filed in those deaths.
His latest legal case was the one that led police to catch him at all.
In June 2006, Brooks followed his familiar routine of raping prostitutes, beating them with rocks or sticks and leaving them for dead. His last victim slipped into a coma, but survived the attack.
She described her attacker as unusually tall and knew him as “E.” The name was just one of several Brooks used, but the description led police to arrest him when he entered an abandoned building in July 2006.
Police said Brooks eventually confessed to the slayings, even offering one they didn’t know about.
They say Shelly was the… “real hoe killer.”
There are new developments in a high-profile Houston murder case. Accused killer Brian Davis appeared before a judge for the first time since his arrest on Friday.
Davis, 32, is facing a capital murder charge in the death of Kandus Hightower-Sharp. But he is also being questioned about the murders of at least six other women, whose bodies were dumped in the Acres Homes neighborhood.
Davis was read his rights again Monday, and in the end, visiting judge Mary Bacon found probable cause to continue with the charges.
Prosecutors are alleging that on or before August 4, Davis kidnapped Hightower-Sharp, and stabbed her several times. They say he then heard her kicking after he had placed her in the trunk of his car. So he allegedly pulled over, poured gasoline on her and lit her on fire while she was still alive.
Brian was crazy, and looks crazy.
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Derrick Todd Lee, also known as the Baton Rouge Serial Killer, prowled communities of south Louisiana for years before his capture and eventual conviction in two of at least seven cases of rape and murder of women in 2002 and 2003. At age 17 Lee was arrested for being a Peeping Tom, but even though he was a high school drop out with multiple complaints and arrests, he managed to stay out of going to a juvenile detention home.
Derrick Todd Lee stayed on the move. In the 10 years that it is known that he was raping and killing women, he was also constantly changing jobs, moving to different cities in south Louisiana and doing time in and out of prison. It was not until he focused on areas around LSU and left the bodies of two of his victims at a boat launch at Whiskey Bay that investigators moved from solving murders to looking for a serial killer.
Lawyers for Derrick Todd Lee must file an appeal by today in his death sentence.
Lee’s lawyers had been granted previous extensions but were told it’s time to move on when they asked for another extension last week.
Lee was convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of Charlotte Murray Pace in 2002. He is also serving a life sentence in the slaying of Geralyn DeSoto, also in 2002.
He is suspected of killing seven women from South Louisiana from 1998-2003.
This guy’s been crazy since he was a kid.
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The morning after a gunman killed five people in a Kirkwood City Council meeting, a group of more than 100 assembled in the predominantly black neighborhood of Meacham Park to make sense of the tragedy. Inside a packed classroom in the old Turner Elementary School, the crowd recalled the events leading up to Charles “Cookie” Thornton’s murderous rampage.
In recent years the 52-year-old Thornton had alleged that Kirkwood officials violated his civil rights and levied illegal fines against the asphalt company he operated out of his Meacham Park home. And while few in attendance Friday morning would condone Thornton’s actions, many residents said they sympathized with him.
Charles “Cookie” Thornton just “lost it.” SMH
Reginald and Jonathan were charged with 113 crimes, including five counts of capital murder and multiple counts of rape and robbery. They were also charged with animal cruelty.
The Wichita Massacre, also known as The Wichita Horror, was a murder/assault/rape/robbery spree perpetrated by brothers Reginald and Jonathan Carr against several people in the city of Wichita, Kansas in December 2000. The Carrs killed five people and a dog. A sixth victim, a woman known as HG, survived a gunshot wound to the head.
These two crazy motherfckas…smh
HENRY LOUIS WALLACE
Henry Louis Wallace (1965- ) was a serial killer who killed at least nine young Black Charlottean women between June 1992 and March 1994. His crimes were heinous and brutal. He was considered “gentlemanly” by many who knew him at the time of the murders. However, he has a dark, evil side to him that was revealed to his victims when alone at night.
The slain women trusted him enough to let him in their homes at night. He killed Caroline Love in June of 1992 and filed a missing person report after a day with the victim’s sister and his girlfriend accompanied him to the police station. Mr. Wallace left 20-year old Shawna D. Hawk in the tub of water after strangling her at her home on February 19, 1993. He strangled 21-year old Valencia M. Jumper at her apartment in August 10, 1993. He then set it on fire to cover up his vicious crime. Other victims were strangled or stabbed during his two-year reign of terror in East Charlotte.
He was arrested on March 13, 1994 after the bodies of three young women were found in East Charlotte. During his arrest, he confessed to murdering 10 young Black women in Charlotte, N.C. between 1992 and 1994.
He was arraigned on March 16, 1994. Some community leaders and activists as well asvictims’ rights groups such as Mothers of Murdered Offspring complained to the press that Charlotte Police Department didn’t do much to solve the murders because the women were African American.
As Ms. Hawk’s mother, Dee Sumpter said:
that the victims “weren’t prominent people with social-economic status. They weren’t special. And they were black.1
Charlotte’s police chief was stumped by a serial killer in their midst and wasn’t aware of it.
Henry was killing black women like it was a fad… 11 of them. They had Henry, but let him go and he killed more women!
The Beltway sniper attacks took place during three weeks in October 2002 in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Ten people were killed and three other victims were critically injured in several locations throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area and along Interstate 95 in Virginia. It was widely speculated that a single sniper, initially identified as a white man with assumed military experience, was using the Capital Beltway for travel, possibly in a white van or truck. It was later learned that the rampage was perpetrated by one man, John Allen Muhammad, and one minor, Lee Boyd Malvo, driving a blue 1990 Chevrolet Caprice sedan, and had apparently begun the month before with murders and robbery in Louisiana and Alabama, which had resulted in three of the deaths.
We all remember the DC Snipers…
Wayne Bertram Williams (born May 27, 1958) is an American serial killer who committed most of the Atlanta Child Murders that occurred in 1979 through 1981. On February 26, 1982, Williams was found guilty of the murder of two adult men. After his conviction, the Atlanta, Georgia police declared that an additional 23 of the 29 child murders were solved, with Williams shown to be the murderer.
And most of you have heard of Wayne Williams. The Point? White men are not the only serial-mass murders out there.