BLACK on WHITE WOMEN SEX CRIME NEWS UP-DATE for 04-17-2014
NAAWP BLACK on WHITE CRIMES STATISTICS for 2014: Black males are estimated to rape as many as 34,000 white females every year over the past 30 years according to UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT of JUSTICE.
FACT: The afore mentioned STATISTICS are considered to be a LOW ESTIMATE of the actual number, which is ESTIMATED to be HIGHER than 50,000 annually. Local, State, National Law Enforcement agencies along with the LIBERAL MEDIA tend to DOWNPLAY of MIS-REPORT thousands of BLACK on WHITE SEXUAL CRIMES annually!
Now for the REST of this BLACK on WHITE SEX CRIME STORY:
3 YOUNG BLACK THUGS ARRESTED for GANG RAPE of WHITE WOMAN in JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
A few years after vicious Five Points gang rape of a WHITE WOMAN, Jacksonville police quietly arrest 3 YOUNG BLACK THUGS
About 4 1/2 years after a vicious gang rape unnerved the Five Points community and the case went cold, a DNA match led Jacksonville police to three suspects.
Stanley Theodore Armitage, 20, Martin Anthony King, 20, and Rakeem Saleem Mitchner, 24, have all been arrested in the October 2009 assault.
According to police reports, a woman was bicycling in the 1500 block of Goodwin Street about 8 p.m. when she was attacked by three young men.
Armitage and King were arrested in January and Mitchner in March. The arrests were not announced by the Sheriff’s Office until the Times-Union inquiries this week.
The Sheriff’s Office said a DNA profile was taken at the scene, but no one matched at the time. After all leads were exhausted, it became a cold case.
In December 2013 police were informed that Armitage, who had been arrested and sentenced to probation for an armed robbery in Oregon, was a DNA match.
Armitage was arrested and this led to the identification of King and Mitchner.
Armitage had a pretrial hearing Wednesday that lasted about two minutes. King and Mitchner are scheduled to be in court Thursday with King having a pretrial hearing and Armitage being arraigned.
All three men are charged with two counts of sexual battery and one count of kidnapping. All remain in jail awaiting trial.
The Sheriff’s Office initially didn’t release information about the Oct. 9 attack until a week later amid media inquiries. Composite sketches of two of the suspects also were provided at that time.
Those sketches became ubiquitous for a while in Five Points businesses The attack startled residents, both for its brutality and the fairly public setting.
Days later, an elderly woman was repeatedly raped and robbed in her Avondale home. The Sheriff’s Office didn’t release information about that suspect’s Oct. 17 arrest until Times-Union follow-up inquiries a week and a half later.
Police at the time said they’ll only release information when they feel the public needs to be put on alert.
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