Not surprisingly since I had made reference to it in a previous article on news blackouts on homosexual crimes, there exists another group which is accorded preferential treatment by the mass media: Black murderers of White victims.
Being a news nut, I should recall the “Wichita Massacre” but I can’t honestly say that I do. It’s not ancient history, having occurred a scant eight years back.
It was another grisly tale which rivals and even surpasses in some respects the grisliness of the homosexual murders of Jesse Dirkhising and Jason Shephard and was not something one could easily forget–unless it received little or no media attention outside of Kansas. That apparently was the case, as it was with Jesse and Jason.
I was alerted to the “Wichita Massacre” by dozer7 on FreeRepublic.com and it was indeed an atrocity which should have been reported far and wide, but wasn’t.
On the bitterly cold night of December 14th, 2000, two Black men, brothers Reginald Carr, age 23, and Jonathan Carr, age 20, staged a home invasion in Wichita. They proceeded to terrorize, torture, and rape the Whites present, forced each to withdraw money from an ATM, executed them in a barren soccer field, and ran over their dead bodies with a truck for good measure.
Then they returned to the residence and looted it.
Beyond that brief summary, which says more than enough, the reader is referred to http://www.wichita-massacre.com/ for the explicit, horrifying details of that night.
(It was later discovered that the wilding night of the Wichita Massacre was just the culmination of a crime spree during which the brothers, who already had extensive criminal records, had committed armed robbery and another murder, all within days of arriving in Wichita. Both the robbery victim and the murdered woman were White.)
Suffice to say, the Carr Brothers, armed with a single handgun, had perpetrated such horrendous acts that the prosecution sought and the bi-racial jurors handed down well deserved death sentences for both. Those sentences have yet to be carried out.
Four of the five victims, most in their mid-twenties, three young men and one young woman, were brutally killed after the Carrs tortured and otherwise abused them; another woman was shot but miraculously escaped into the freezing night.
As with Jesse and Jason, the issue is not merely the facts of the case but rather the media’s reaction and inaction with regard to reporting said facts, or of reporting anything at all on the story.
The judge at the preliminary hearing, Rebecca Pilshaw, was more blatant than most in repressing those details. She issued a gag order binding on all the witnesses and then went on to autocratically warn all present in the courtroom, “the less that is said about these things, the better it will be for all parties involved. . . I don’t have the ability to order a lot of other people to do or not to do certain things, but I am going to make a very, very strong suggestion that people not talk about this.”
One has to wonder precisely which parties she was protecting. Most of the victims were dead. The only other parties for whom silence would be “better” would have to be the Brothers Carr who, hopefully, would soon be, legally, dead.
Outside Kansas, the media dutifully complied with the judge’s admonition, thereby effecting a nationwide news blackout on what should have been a national uproar.
The non-story doesn’t end there, however.
The above-referenced website notes that Court TV at first announced plans to telecast the entire trial, changed that decision and said it would telecast just segments, changed that decision and ultimately reported virtually nothing.
Talk about effective gag orders.
There have been reports that MSNBC broadcast a report on the Wichita Massacre on May 3, 2008 but my efforts to confirm that were fruitless.
Regardless of whether that MSNBC report was ever aired, it does not alter the fact that the story of what happened that Kansas night has received negligible media coverage despite the horrific nature of those murders.
Again I ask, Why not? Who is pulling the strings of our media puppets, and why?
Why are violent acts perpetrated by homosexuals against innocent non-homosexuals, even those committed against children such as thirteen year old Jesse Dirkhising, considered not newsworthy?
Likewise, why is violence committed by Black reprobates such as what Reginald and Jonathan Carr committed against five innocent White people, seven if we include their other victims, given a free ride when it comes to publicizing them?
Something stinks in America and that stench is emanating from television networks and newspaper newsrooms.
You don’t smell it? Check out the comments on this blog, some of which reflect extreme racist views and include unsavory language, all of which demonstrate a growing fury over Black crime against Whites: http://www.vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=71886.
Will a President Obama end or, at the minimum, demand that such violence not be subject to media gags?
Don’t hold your breath!