EPIDEMIC OF BLACK HOMICIDE VICTIMIZATION

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July 15, 2018, 2pm.  About Me.  I do not know for sure if Violence Policy Center is for or against gun violence.  I do know for sure that, some organizations that are supposedly against what they advocate, are secretly working for what they advocate, and vice versa, some organizations that are supposedly for what they advocate, are secretly working against they the advocate—some organizations have been hijacked; case in point: the organizations that innocently teamed up under the umbrella of the now-defunct The Turning Point.  (to be continued, for sure!)

This photo is a perfect example of what I’m talking about, the epitome of deception (read the fine print, the message of intimidation [also, I’m surprised the black male’s shirt is not untucked with part of his briefs showing]):

Lost and Found
Operations and Events Office
(Mormon Church of Satan’s Deseret News, October 2012,
https://www.deseretnews.com/article/765626084/How-to-attend-watch-or-listen-to-LDS-general-conference.html)

 

To some African American Females who are mothers, wives, grandmothers, sisters,  girlfriends, aunts, cousins and friends of black males: Please stop idolizing Mormon CIA’s BET television and movie celebrities, and Mormon/CIA’s Essence magazine starlets/hunks and Mormon CIA’s top puppets (Mr. and Mrs. Carter); pay attention to these statistics!

COPYRIGHT AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Copyright © April 2018 Violence Policy Center

The Violence Policy Center (VPC) is a national nonprofit educational organization that conducts research and public education on violence in America and provides information and analysis to policymakers, journalists, advocates, and the general public.

This study was funded with the support of The Joyce Foundation.

This study was also supported by generous gifts from Nicole Fealey, Cheryl Greer Jordan, Judy Seiff, Walter Kuehl, and Christophe Tedjasukmana.

This study was authored by VPC Senior Policy Analyst Marty Langley and VPC Executive Director Josh Sugarmann.

For a complete list of VPC publications with document links, please visit http://www.vpc.org/publications/.

To learn more about the Violence Policy Center, or to make a tax-deductible contribution to help support our work, please visit www.vpc.org.

 

THE EPIDEMIC OF BLACK HOMICIDE VICTIMIZATION

The devastation homicide inflicts on black teens and adults is a national crisis, yet it is all too often ignored outside of affected communities.

This study examines the problem of black homicide victimization at the state level by analyzing unpublished Supplementary Homicide Report (SHR) data for black homicide victimization submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).1 The information used for this report is for the year 2015 and is the most recent data available. This is the first analysis of the 2015 data on black homicide victims to offer breakdowns of cases in the 10 states with the highest black homicide victimization rates and the first to rank the states by the rate of black homicide victims.

It is important to note that the SHR data used in this report comes from law enforcement reporting at the local level. While there are coding guidelines followed by the law enforcement agencies, the amount of information submitted to the SHR system, and the interpretation that results in the information submitted (for example, gang involvement) will vary from agency to agency. While this study utilizes the best and most recent data available, it is limited by the quantity and degree of detail in the information submitted.2

NATIONAL DATA

According to the FBI SHR data, in 2015 there were 7,014 black homicide victims in the United States. The homicide rate among black victims in the United States was 18.68 per 100,000. For that year, the overall national homicide rate was 4.62 per 100,000. For whites, the national homicide rate was 2.67 per 100,000. Additional information contained in the FBI SHR data on black homicide victimization is below.

GENDER
Of the 7,014 black homicide victims, 6,152 (88 percent) were male, and 862 (12 percent) were female. The homicide rate for black male victims was 34.21 per 100,000. In comparison, the overall rate for male homicide victims was 7.52 per 100,000. For white male homicide victims it was 3.90 per 100,000. The homicide rate for female black victims was 4.41 per 100,000. In comparison, the overall rate for female homicide victims was 1.79 per 100,000. For white female homicide victims it was 1.45 per 100,000.

1 The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program collects basic information on serious crimes from participating police agencies and records supplementary information about the circumstances of homicides in its unpublished Supplementary Homicide Report (SHR). Submitted monthly, supplementary data consists of: the age, sex, race, and ethnicity of both victims and offenders; the types of weapons used; the relationship of victims to offenders; and, the circumstances of the homicides. According to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program, supplementary data are provided on only a subset of homicide cases. Additionally, SHR data are updated throughout the year as homicide reports are forwarded by state UCR programs.
2 In 2015, as in years past, the state of Florida did not submit any data to the FBI Supplementary Homicide Report. Also in 2015, data from Alabama was not available from the FBI. Data from Florida and Alabama was not requested individually because the difference in collection techniques would create a bias in the study results. In addition, Chicago and Rockford were the only two reporting agencies in Illinois to submit SHR data to the FBI for 2015. Beginning in 2016, all Illinois law enforcement agencies will be required by state law to report SHR data to the FBI.

AGE
Four hundred sixty-six black homicide victims (seven percent) were less than 18 years old and 122 black homicide victims (two percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 31 years old.

MOST COMMON WEAPONS
For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 86 percent of black victims (5,756 out of 6,716) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 71 percent (4,062 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 559 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 206 victims killed by bodily force, and 106 victims killed by a blunt object. In comparison, 66 percent of white victims and 76 percent of victims of all races were killed with guns.

VICTIM/OFFENDER RELATIONSHIP
For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 75 percent of black victims (2,211 out of 2,933) were killed by someone they knew. Seven hundred twenty-two victims were killed by strangers.

CIRCUMSTANCE
For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 70 percent (2,829 out of 4,033) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 51 percent (1,432 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender, and 16 percent (455 homicides) were reported to be gang-related.

Of these gang-related homicides, 25 percent (115 homicides) were in California, which may be in part due to more comprehensive reporting. In California, 50 percent of non-felony related homicides of black victims were reported to be gang-related.

There were 121 incidents reported as justifiable homicides of black victims killed by law enforcement in 2015. The SHR does not specifically identify killings by law enforcement that are not ruled justifiable. In the wake of controversial incidents of black citizens killed by law enforcement, media reports have focused on the lack of reliable statistics on lethal incidents involving law enforcement. In December 2015, the FBI announced that it would dramatically expand its data collection on violent police encounters by 2017.3 In October 2016, the U.S. Department of Justice outlined a plan to improve the collection of law enforcement use of force data.4

STATE RANKINGS
In 2015, the national black homicide victimization rate was 18.68 per 100,000. For that year, Missouri ranked first as the state with the highest black homicide victimization rate. Its rate of 46.24 per 100,000 was more than double the national average for black homicide victimization. The 10 states with the highest black homicide victimization rates are listed in the following chart. Additional information for each of these states can be found in Appendix One, including: age and gender of victims; most common weapons used; relationship of victim to offender; and, the circumstances of the homicides. According to the SHR data, 23 states had a black homicide victimization rate higher than the national per capita rate of 18.68 per 100,000.

For an alphabetical listing of all states that submitted data to the FBI, please see Appendix Two.

3 “FBI to sharply expand system for tracking fatal police shootings,” The Washington Post, December 8, 2015. 4 “Justice Department Outlines Plan to Enable Nationwide Collection of Use of Force Data,” Department of Justice, Office of Public Affairs, October 13, 2016 (https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/justice-department-outlines-plan-enable-nationwide-collection-use-force-data).

CONCLUSION
Blacks in the United States are disproportionately affected by homicide. For the year 2015, blacks represented 13 percent of the nation’s population, yet accounted for 51 percent of all homicide victims.5

The devastation homicide inflicts on black teens and adults is a national crisis that should be a top priority for policymakers to address. An important part of ending our nation’s gun violence epidemic will involve reducing homicides impacting black men, women, boys, and girls.

In addition, individuals living in communities where violence is prevalent are at increased risk for a broad range of negative health and behavior outcomes. An increased understanding of how trauma resulting from community violence influences development, health, and behavior can lead to improvements in the way many social services are delivered as well as policy changes at the local and federal levels.6

For black victims of homicide, like all victims of homicide, guns — usually handguns — are far and away the number-one murder tool. Successful efforts to reduce America’s black homicide toll, like America’s homicide toll as a whole, must put a focus on reducing access and exposure to firearms.

5 FBI Supplementary Homicide Report 2015, U.S. Census Bureau population estimates.
6 For more information on trauma and community violence, see the July 2017 Violence Policy Center study The Relationship Between Community Violence and Trauma: How Violence Affects Learning, Health, and Behavior (http://www.vpc.org/studies/trauma17.pdf)

 

Appendix One: Additional Information for the 10 States with the Highest Rates of Black Homicide Victimization

 

MISSOURI
There were 332 black homicide victims in Missouri in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Missouri was 46.24 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 1st in the United States

Age Twenty-one homicide victims (6 percent) were less than 18 years old and 4 victims (1 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 29 years old.

Gender Out of 332 homicide victims, 295 were male and 37 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 93 percent of victims (301 out of 325) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 52 percent (158 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 136 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 11 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 victims killed by bodily force, and 3 victims killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 79 percent of victims (82 out of 104) were killed by someone they knew. Twentytwo victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 52 percent (66 out of 128) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 85 percent (56 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender

WISCONSIN
There were 140 black homicide victims in Wisconsin in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Wisconsin was 36.77 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 2nd in the United States

Age Eleven homicide victims (8 percent) were less than 18 years old and 1 victim (1 percent) was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 29 years old.

Gender Out of 140 homicide victims, 121 were male and 19 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 85 percent of victims (117 out of 137) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 75 percent (88 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 29 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 12 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 victims killed by bodily force, and 1 victim killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 56 percent of victims (40 out of 71) were killed by someone they knew. Thirty-one victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 82 percent (58 out of 71) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 66 percent (38 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

OKLAHOMA
There were 91 black homicide victims in Oklahoma in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Oklahoma was 30.10 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 3rd in the United States

Age Seven homicide victims (8 percent) were less than 18 years old. The average age was 30 years old.

Gender Out of 91 homicide victims, 79 were male and 12 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 78 percent of victims (68 out of 87) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 82 percent (56 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 6 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 9 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 7 victims killed by bodily force, and 1 victim killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 73 percent of victims (49 out of 67) were killed by someone they knew. Eighteen victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 74 percent (56 out of 76) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 48 percent (27 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

ALASKA
There were 8 black homicide victims in Alaska in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Alaska was 29.22 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 4th in the United States

Age One homicide victim (13 percent) was less than 18 years old. The average age was 30 years old.

Gender Out of 8 homicide victims, 5 were male and 3 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 88 percent of victims (7 out of 8) were shot and killed with guns. There were 7 victims killed with firearms, type not stated.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 100 percent of victims (5 out of 5) were killed by someone they knew.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 33 percent (2 out of 6) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 50 percent (1 homicide) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

NEBRASKA
There were 27 black homicide victims in Nebraska in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Nebraska was 28.93 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 5th in the United States

Age The average age was 33 years old.

Gender Out of 27 homicide victims, 25 were male and 2 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 93 percent of victims (25 out of 27) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 96 percent (24 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 2 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 91 percent of victims (10 out of 11) were killed by someone they knew. One victim was killed by a stranger.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 74 percent (17 out of 23) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 6 percent (1 homicide) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

MICHIGAN
There were 388 black homicide victims in Michigan in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Michigan was 27.56 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 6th in the United States

Age Twenty-two homicide victims (6 percent) were less than 18 years old and 8 victims (2 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 33 years old.

Gender Out of 388 homicide victims, 345 were male and 43 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 87 percent of victims (320 out of 369) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 41 percent (130 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 177 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 26 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 9 victims killed by bodily force, and 7 victims killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 80 percent of victims (71 out of 89) were killed by someone they knew. Eighteen victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 85 percent (117 out of 138) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 51 percent (60 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

PENNSYLVANIA
There were 405 black homicide victims in Pennsylvania in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Pennsylvania was 27.04 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 7th in the United States

Age Twenty-eight homicide victims (7 percent) were less than 18 years old and 4 victims (1 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 30 years old.

Gender Out of 405 homicide victims, 373 were male and 32 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 91 percent of victims (351 out of 387) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 82 percent (288 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 48 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 25 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 9 victims killed by bodily force, and 1 victim killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 83 percent of victims (122 out of 147) were killed by someone they knew. Twentyfive victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 48 percent (148 out of 307) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 77 percent (114 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

INDIANA
There were 168 black homicide victims in Indiana in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Indiana was 26.44 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 8th in the United States

Age Seventeen homicide victims (10 percent) were less than 18 years old and 3 victims (2 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 30 years old.

Gender Out of 168 homicide victims, 143 were male and 25 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 92 percent of victims (152 out of 166) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 73 percent (111 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 34 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 5 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 victims killed by bodily force, and 5 victims killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 85 percent of victims (66 out of 78) were killed by someone they knew. Twelve victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 64 percent (77 out of 120) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 49 percent (38 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

KANSAS
There were 45 black homicide victims in Kansas in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Kansas was 25.02 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 9th in the United States

Age Six homicide victims (14 percent) were less than 18 years old. The average age was 27 years old.

Gender Out of 45 homicide victims, 33 were male and 12 were female. Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 82 percent of victims (37 out of 45) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 57 percent (21 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 13 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 2 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments and 6 victims killed by bodily force.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 91 percent of victims (21 out of 23) were killed by someone they knew. Two victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 91 percent (20 out of 22) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 45 percent (9 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

WEST VIRGINIA
There were 16 black homicide victims in West Virginia in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in West Virginia was 24.32 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 10th in the United States

Age Three homicide victims (19 percent) were less than 18 years old. The average age was 24 years old. Gender Out of 16 homicide victims, 14 were male and 2 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 85 percent of victims (11 out of 13) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 73 percent (8 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 3 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There was 1 victim killed with a knife or other cutting instrument and 1 victim killed by bodily force.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 85 percent of victims (11 out of 13) were killed by someone they knew. Two victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 75 percent (6 out of 8) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 50 percent (3 homicides) involved an argument between the victim and the offender.

UNITED STATES
There were 7,014 black homicide victims in the United States in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in the United States was 18.68 per 100,000 in 2015.

Age Four hundred sixty-six homicide victims (7 percent) were less than 18 years old and 122 victims (2 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 31 years old.

Gender Out of 7,014 homicide victims, 6,152 were male and 862 were female.

Most Common Weapons For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 86 percent of victims (5,756 out of 6,716) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 71 percent (4,062 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 1,429 victims killed with firearms, type not stated. There were 559 victims killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 206 victims killed by bodily force, and 106 victims killed by a blunt object.

Victim/Offender Relationship For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 75 percent of victims (2,211 out of 2,933) were killed by someone they knew. Seven hundred twenty-two victims were killed by strangers.

Circumstance For homicides in which the circumstances could be identified, 70 percent (2,829 out of 4,033) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 51 percent (1,432 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.



http://www.vpc.org/studies/blackhomicide18.pdf  [emphasis added]

MISSOURI
There were 332 black homicide victims in Missouri in 2015. The homicide rate among black victims in Missouri was 46.24 per 100,000 in 2015. Ranked 1st in the United States
http://www.vpc.org/studies/blackhomicide18.pdf

1838 Mormon War
Part of the Mormon Wars
Danites Charge.jpg
“Charge of the Danites” in the 1838 Mormon War also known as the Missouri Mormon War

The Mormon War is a name that is sometimes given to the 1838 conflict which occurred between Latter-day Saints (Mormons) and their neighbors in the northwestern region of the US state of Missouri. This conflict is also sometimes referred to as the Missouri Mormon War to differentiate it from the Utah Mormon War (also known as the “Utah War“) and the lesser known Illinois Mormon War.

The specific dates of the war are from August 6, 1838, (the Gallatin election battle) to November 1, 1838, when Joseph Smith surrendered at Far West. During the conflict 22 people were killed (three Mormons and one non-Mormon at Crooked River,[1] one Mormon prisoner fatally injured while in custody,[2] and 17 Mormons at Haun’s Mill).[3] An unknown number of non-combatants died due to exposure and hardship as a result of being expelled from their homes in Missouri.[4]

The conflict was preceded by the eviction of the Mormons from Jackson County, Missouri, in 1833.

All of the conflicts in the Mormon War occurred in a corridor 100 miles (160 km) to the east and northeast of Kansas City, Missouri.

As a result of the war, nearly all Mormons in Missouri, estimated at more than 10,000, were forced to leave the state. Most of these refugees settled in or near what would become the city of Nauvoo, Illinois.

Salt Sermon and Danites

At the same time, a leadership struggle between the church presidency and Missouri leaders led to the excommunication of several high-placed Mormon leaders, including Oliver Cowdery (one of the Three Witnesses and the church’s original “second elder”), David Whitmer (another of the Three Witnesses and Stake President of the Missouri Church), as well as John Whitmer, Hiram Page, William Wines Phelps and others.[23] These “dissenters,” as they came to be called, owned a significant amount of land in Caldwell County, much of which was purchased when they were acting as agents for the church.[24] Possession became unclear and the dissenters threatened the church with lawsuits.

The presidency responded by urging the dissenters to leave the county, using strong words that the dissenters interpreted as threats. In his famous Salt Sermon, Sidney Rigdon announced that the dissenters were as salt that had lost its savor and that it was the duty of the faithful to cast the dissenters out to be trodden beneath the feet of men.[25][26]

At the same time Mormons, including Sampson Avard, began to organize a secret society known as the Danites, whose purposes included obeying the church presidency “right or wrong” and expelling the dissenters from Caldwell County.[27] Two days after Rigdon preached his Salt Sermon, 80 prominent Mormons including Hyrum Smith signed the so-called Danite Manifesto, which warned the dissenters to “depart or a more fatal calamity shall befall you.” On June 19, the dissenters and their families fled to neighboring counties where their complaints fanned anti-Mormon sentiment.[26][28][29]

On July 4, Sidney Rigdon gave an oration, which was characterized by Mormon historian Brigham Henry Roberts as a “‘Declaration of Independence’ from all mobs and persecutions.”[30] The text of this speech was endorsed by Joseph Smith, who appeared at the event and participated in the raising of a liberty pole.[31]

In the speech, Rigdon declared that the Latter-day Saints would no longer be driven from their homes by persecution from without or dissension from within, and that if enemies came again to drive out the Saints, “And that mob that comes on us to disturb us, it shall be between us and them a war of extermination; for we will follow them until the last drop of their blood is spilled; or else they will have to exterminate us, for we will carry the seat of war to their own houses and their own families, and one party or the other shall be utterly destroyed…”[26]


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1838_Mormon_War

 

Police Chief James R. Dacy, of the Pierce City (MO) Police Department, never knew of the 9/11 attacks. He was part of another tragic story that occurred about a month earlier. Chief Dacy pulled into a local cemetery around 11 a.m. on August 8, 2001, apparently looking for a stray dog. It was seemingly a benign call that went terribly wrong. According to newspaper reports, “It is believed that he perhaps saw a vicious animal and intended to shoot it.” When he opened his trunk and reached in to grab his department-issued shotgun, it discharged accidentally, inflicting a fatal wound to his chest. Chief Dacy had served the law enforcement profession for 31 years, six as chief of his department. “Jim was an excellent policeman,” coroner and friend Don Lakin said. “He will be missed.”
(National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Inc.,
http://www.nleomf.com/FallenOfficers/LineofDuty/deadly.year/html) [emphasis added]

William Luther Pierce.jpg

(2001)
Born William Luther Pierce III
September 11, 1933
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Died July 23, 2002 (aged 68)
Mill Point, Pocahontas County, West Virginia, US
Residence Hillsboro, West Virginia
Nationality American
Alma mater Rice University (BA)
University of Colorado at Boulder (MSc)
University of Colorado at Boulder (PhD)
Occupation Professor of Physics at Oregon State University
Organization National Alliance
Notable work The Turner Diaries
Hunter

William Luther Pierce III (September 11, 1933 – July 23, 2002) was an American white supremacist, author, and political activist.[3][4] He was one of the most influential ideologues of the white nationalist movement for some 30 years before his death. A physicist by profession, he was also an author under the pseudonym Andrew Macdonald of the novels The Turner Diaries and Hunter. Pierce founded the National Alliance, a major white nationalist organization, which he led for almost thirty years.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Luther_Pierce

http://www.nationalvanguard.org/2017/09/the-legacy-of-william-pierce/

July 15, 2018.  About Me.  One morning last week I was coincidentally aligned with two residents wearing messages, one a night shirt message, one a t-shirt message. It was a morning before I was coincidentally aligned with a resident wearing a hunter red plaid shirt.  The t-shirt message with something or other about ALLIANCE and I of course immediately thought of National Alliance.  I asked her if I could take a picture of her t-shirt; she told me no, so I didn’t.  However I did try as best I could to take a picture of the other night shirt, the PILLOW FIGHT TONIGHT night shirt.  I did not yet finish posting the note to CIA Danette Emelda Cathcart, about what happened to me yesterday morning—the circumstances under which I fell on the floor; easy button laser beam “woman on the floor” but I wasn’t dead; I got up a quickly as I was able to.


http://www.nationalvanguard.org/2017/09/the-legacy-of-william-pierce/


Compete with the big cats.
Professional Certificate in Strategic Decision & Risk Management
Stanford University. Online.
(Mormon Church of Satan’s General Conference April 2013,

Compete with the big cats.
http://www.stanford.edu

http://www.stanford.edu

https://www.marketwatch.com/, July 15, 2018

Mormon Church of Satan’s Deseret News, 2012?, http://www.deseretnews.com

 

THIS IS AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM ME:  THE MAGIC OF MACY*S, ALADDIN, HARRY POTTER … NO MAGIC/SORCERY/SATANISM CAN PREVENT THE IMPENDING STOCK MARKET CRASH, WORLDWIDE.

THIS IS ANOTHER AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM ME:
No matter how many people think otherwise, Jehovah’s Witnesses really is God’s visible organization.
The wrath of Jehovah God really is upon the Mormon Church of Satan, no matter how many people think otherwise.
The stock market really is going to crash, worldwide, no matter how many people think otherwise.
No matter how many people think otherwise, Caroline Kennedy will be elected President in the year 2020; Jim Turner of Texas will be elected Vice President; Robert Kennedy Jr. will be nominated and confirmed U.S. Attorney General; Robert Mueller will be nominated and confirmed Director of the FBI.
No power on earth has the power to prevent this prophetic message that I write from becoming reality, not even these four people themselves.  I write under inspiration from and with authority from, God, the true God, Jehovah.  cc all Mormon barristers

THIS IS ANOTHER AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM ME:
Mayor Warren Wilhelm aka Bill de Blasio is the clean-up man, if the Mormon Church of Satan/CIA succeed in their planned nuclear bomb attack on the Hudson River.  His administration is already prepared to hold tribunals and immediately execute some of the “troublemakers” (30,000 bananas; nationwide: 30,000 guillotines, to be continued)

Partial List of Scapegoats, if the Mormon Church of Satan/CIA succeed in their nuclear bomb attack on the Hudson River:

Former President Barack “Hussein” Obama
Former Advisor to the President, Valerie “June” Jarrett
Former Homeland Security Director “Jeh” Johnson
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka
Minnesota Congressman FBI agent Keith “Ellison”
New York Congressman FBI agent Hakim Jeffries
Former leader of the CIA’s Black Panthers: FBI agent “Malik Zulu Shabazz”
Former Public Relations Spokesman for Mormon Church, FBI agent “Ahmad” Corbitt (now assigned to the Dominican Republic)

 
[greasy looking Latino American man and African American man made up to look like former President Barack Hussein Obama wearing Joseph Smith’s white shirt]
https://www.vividseats.com/theatre/hamilton-tickets.html

[Former presidential candidate Joseph Smith (1844), author of “U.S. Constitution hanging by a thread” prophecy:]
Portrait of Joseph Smith Jr.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Smith

The purpose of this website is to expose the Mormon Church of Satan and all enemies of Jesus Christ the Way the Truth the Life, the Prince of Peace. This website is also the beginning of a presidential campaign to elect Caroline Kennedy President of the United States. I prayed to Jehovah God to please, by means of His son Christ Jesus, please, arrange national events and world events in such a manner such that Caroline Kennedy is elected President of the United States.  I know Jehovah God hears my prayer and will answer my prayer because that particular prayer of mine is one of my deepest desires and Jehovah God has promised me that he will satisfy all of my deepest desires.  All of the information posted at this website is interconnected; directly connected to the Mormon Church of Satan’s illegal sting operation surrounding Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide, and me. The illegal sting operation that encompasses every human being on earth, and has resulted in the LEGAL CASE, unlike any other, ever. The LEGAL CASE, headed to The Hague, Netherlands. cc all Mormon attorneys

As the Storm Approaches,
Maintain Your Focus on Jesus!
(Matthew 14:22-34; Hebrews 12:2)
(Concluding talk, Jehovah’s Witnesses Convention 2015, worldwide)