The Herald has refused to print, or totally has ignored, the murders and rape of a white couple in Nashville. The four black men and one black woman raped Christopher Newsome, cut off his penis, set him on fire and then shot him, while they forced his girlfriend, Channon Christian, to watch.
Horrific as this was, her fate was worse, she was beaten and gang raped in many ways for four days, by all of them, while they took turns urinating on her. They cut off her breast, poured chemicals down her throat and then killed her.
Where is Al and Jesse; they are supposedly "Christian" (looks like only for black people). Why are they not providing counseling and help to the families?
Why has there not been any national coverage?
Why has the NAACP, ACLU, New York Times, black churches, black reporters and etc. not called for a federal investigation? How shameful can one sided reporting be.
A radio shock jock uses the phrase "nappy headed ho," he gets two weeks of news coverage. Why?
Two white people were tortured, raped and murdered by a group of blacks and it barely gets a blip in any newspaper or TV coverage. Why?
Oh, I forgot the victims were white. Racism by the news media against whites is obvious, why?
EDITOR'S NOTE: This crime took place in January 2007 in Knoxville, Tenn. Reports say that four suspects -- three men and one woman -- in the case were tried in Tennessee court and convicted in 2009 of numerous crimes in connection with the case, with two receiving sentences of life in prison without parole for murder, one sentenced to 53 years in prison and one being sentenced to death for murder. The fifth defendant was convicted in federal court for aiding one of the four assailants and was sentenced to 18 years in prison. In December 2011 after a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation probe, a special judge ordered new trials for the four convicted in state court because the trial judge was found to have veen intoxicated. Tennessee officials are appealing to the Tennessee Supreme Court the order for new trials for the three men who were convicted of murder.