Wednesday, July 4, 2018

"Black Kidnappers Matter"

The New York Post sets the scene:
Three suspects were charged Tuesday with kidnapping two people from a Los Angeles home and holding one of them naked in a bathtub for 30 hours while demanding the other pay a $10,000 ransom, prosecutors said.

Keith Andre Stewart, Johntae Jones and Amber Neal were charged with kidnapping, assault with a firearm and other offense in connection with the May 3 incident. It was not immediately clear whether they had attorneys who could comment on the allegations

Neal’s arrest at gunpoint by Los Angeles police officers on Monday was captured on video by a bystander and had been viewed more than 2.4 million times on Twitter...

Prosecutors allege the trio went to Daisy McCrackin’s home in South Los Angeles on May 3, where they say Stewart pistol-whipped a man who was in the home, Joseph Capone. The three then placed bags over the two victims’ heads and drove them several miles to Jones’ home in Compton, prosecutors said.

Once they were at Jones’ home, the suspects forced Capone to strip naked and then held him in a bathtub for 30 hours without food, prosecutors allege.

Investigators said Jones and Neal then took McCrackin’s car and drove her to several different banks while demanding she pay $10,000 for Capone’s release. Eventually she was forced to write a $10,000 check to Neal, prosecutors said.

The next day, they brought McCrackin — an actress who has appeared in several films, including the horror flick “Halloween: Resurrection” — back to her home, where she escaped from them and called police, authorities said.
Now listen to the commentary of Ricky, the individual who filmed the arrest of Neal. Without any clue as to  why she was being arrested, Ricky dubbed the number of guns pointed at Neal "unnecessary" and "humiliation"
This is a typical case of cultural Marxism on display. Without any knowledge of the facts, it is deemed inappropriate for coppers to show firepower against a black, when in fact this woman is alleged to be a serious, violent, violator of the non-aggression principle.



  1. Wow, this is a very good lesson. In the video you can hear the watchers of this arrest assume the worst and say "ahh man F the police!"

    However I don't think this is "cultural marxism," it's merely a reasonable or at least an expected result of years of police abuse (which statistically, actually targets whites more than blacks, but you never hear that.) Police actions in general have destroyed much of the good will with the public, and they have no one to blame but themselves.

    As far as the story I'm glad the police caught the perps. Kidnapping is a very serious problem in Mexico. The average middle class family (yes a middle class does exist in mexico) would never let their children walk to school, and never send them to public school. I hope the scourge of these kidnappings don't come here. The good thing is americans have guns, that alone should nip the trend or temptation to kidnap in the bud.

  2. This is a new Twitter thread to the guy who posted the original video. The comments are good. Someone said

    "i also just noticed that my bro has Che Guevara on his phone case. pretty ironic someone who has a communist on their phone case criticizing excessive force from the police, eh"