17 April, 2006

Open and Shut: Nigger Lied, Whites’ Reputations Died

Posted by alex in 'hate' hoaxes, Arboreal Americans, colored crime, gang rapes at 2:21 pm | Permanent Link

[Reader writes…]

When niggers lie about ‘whitey’ Jew media cums

On the tape, which was recorded April 3, three weeks after the lacrosse party, the guard can be heard saying, “There ain’t no way she was raped — ain’t no way, no way that happened.”

On the tape, the guard recounts the conversation she had with the the dancer who came into the store: The woman told the guard she was driving down the street and heard people yelling racial slurs at a woman she had never met before, then, out of sympathy, she picked up the woman and brought her to the Kroger parking lot.
“… once we practice to deceive.”

Exclusive: Guard Who Saw Alleged Duke Victim Says No Sign or Mention of Rape

ABC News Obtains Interview by a Private Investigator
By CHRIS CUOMO and LARA SETRAKIAN

April 17, 2006 — – In a tape obtained exclusively by ABC News, a security guard — who may have been the first person to see the alleged victim of a Duke lacrosse gang rape after the alleged attack — says there were no signs or mention of rape or sexual assault.

ABC News has obtained an audio recording of what is purported to be a private investigator interviewing a security guard at a Kroger grocery store. It was this security guard whose call to 911 brought police to the Kroger parking lot, where they found the woman who claims she was raped by lacrosse team members.

The guard was on duty at the store on the night of March 13, when the two women pulled into the store’s parking lot in a dark sedan. The alleged victim, who says three men held her down in a bathroom and kicked, strangled and raped her, was in the passenger seat.

On the tape, which was recorded April 3, three weeks after the lacrosse party, the guard can be heard saying, “There ain’t no way she was raped — ain’t no way, no way that happened.”

The security guard says she smelled alcohol on the driver, but not on the alleged victim. She says that the alleged victim “couldn’t talk at all. … She was out of it.” The security guard also suggests the alleged victim may have been high on drugs. She had a series of conversations with the woman who was driving the car, but did not speak with the alleged victim.

The guard says the woman behind the wheel entered the grocery store at approximately 1 a.m. and told her that she needed help, saying there was a girl in her car who refused to get out.

A voice on the tape asks the guard whether there was anything mentioned about stolen items or sexual assault. The guard says that there was no mention of theft nor assault from either woman, adding that the alleged victim didn’t act the way she’d expect someone to act after being assaulted or raped.

On the tape, the guard recounts the conversation she had with the the dancer who came into the store: The woman told the guard she was driving down the street and heard people yelling racial slurs at a woman she had never met before, then, out of sympathy, she picked up the woman and brought her to the Kroger parking lot.

This contradicts the scenario that the two women were dancing together for lacrosse players earlier that night. ABC News has seen photos of both women dancing in the house at 610 N. Buchanan Blvd.

The security guard says on the recording that she wondered why the driver didn’t take the alleged victim to the hospital or to the police station, both of which are closer to the scene of the party than the Kroger store. She mentions calling 911 and recalls that three officers arrived to the scene. Police documents verify that the 911 call took place at 1:22 am.

When the police came, the alleged victim was still in the car. They tried removing her from the sedan, but she resisted, gripping the brake shaft and holding on tight as they tried to pull her out.

The security guard left the scene as police were questioning the alleged victim. According to police affidavits, the woman told police while she was in the Kroger parking lot that she had been sexually assaulted at a party.

To date, the full context of the alleged victim’s story is unknown. The prosecutor, Mike Nifong, believes a crime was committed.

At the end of the recording, the guard says that police had not returned to talk with her since the night of the incident.

A grand jury in Durham, N.C., will consider today whether there is probable cause that a crime took place. If 12 out of 18 grand jurors think there is, an indictment will be returned. The crimes in question include first-degree forcible rape, a class B1 felony.

ABC News has learned that the prosecutor has told defense attorneys the alleged victim has identified two lacrosse players from photos with 100 percent certainty and is 90 percent sure on a third.

Article.


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  7. 5 Responses to “Open and Shut: Nigger Lied, Whites’ Reputations Died”

    1. van helsing Says:

      seen on newnation.com

      Were Duke Players Victims of an E-Mail Sting?
      As a grand jury gets set to weigh possible rape charges against Duke lacrosse players, defense lawyers claim law enforcement may have used a phony e-mail to set up their clients
      By GREG FULTON AND SARAH KWAK/DURHAM
      With a grand jury now expected to convene Monday to weigh indictments of two or three of the Duke lacrosse players tied to allegations of raping an exotic dancer, defense lawyers say they fear their clients are being targeted in a setup or sting operation possibly perpetrated by law enforcement. The lawyers have advised the players not to trust or respond to any e-mails sent to each other, one attorney tells Time.

      The explosive allegations stem from an e-mail message sent in the last few days to several players from the e-mail address of another player, stating he was going to tell the police a crime occurred and implicate key players. The player denies he sent it. This comes after the recent revelations of the now infamous email sent by a Duke player hours after the alleged crime, in which he joked he was going to have more strippers over and “kill the bitches’; defense lawyers do not dispute that message’s authenticity, though they insist it has no bearing on their clients’ culpability. “The police said (the new e-mail) came from a confidential informant, but we have reason to believe it came from the police, hoping it would make all the players nervous,” says one defense lawyer. “That didn’t work.” A spokesperson at the Durham Police Department would not comment on the allegations of a set-up, and said she would not forward Time’s inquiries to any of her superiors over the holiday weekend. No one at the Durham County District Attorney’s Office could be reached for comment Friday.

      The lawyers’ unsubstantiated accusations came on a busy Good Friday in Durham, when it became known that Durham police investigators had attempted the night before to interview some players on campus about the case. Meanwhile, defense lawyers tell Time they spent part of Friday trying unsuccessfully to talk the Durham County district attorney Michael Nifong out of taking the rape case before a grand jury after the Easter weekend. “What I wished and hoped he would do is conclude there is not enough evidence to proceed,” says one defense attorney.

      Despite the highly publicized lack of initial DNA evidence linking any player to a crime, grand jurors will be presented with the accuser’s statement, her visual identification of the players from photos and a police report from a hospital examination stating “injuries consistent with being sexually assaulted vaginally and anally.” Nifong is also still awaiting results of DNA analysis from a private lab in North Carolina to compare with those already received from the state’s own crime lab. Blood was taken from the three captains of the team. Saliva cheek swabs were used to gather DNA from 43 players; the lone black player on the team was not tested, as the African-American accuser has said her attackers were white. So far none of the Duke players have been subpoened to appear before the grand jury as witnesses, nor has a second woman also hired as an exotic dancer at the team’s Spring Break party at an off-campus house on the night of March 13.

      On Thursday, Durham police released the audio tape of a dispatch call made by a responding officer from a Kroger parking lot about four miles from the house where the team party took place. The officer, responding to a 911 call, noted that the accuser was in a drunken state. “She’s just passed out drunk,” the officer says. D efense lawyers also point to the officer’s statement that he has a “24- hour hold” situation — meaning possibly a night in jail on a drunk and disorderly charge. Defense lawyers tell Time they will argue that it was expressly to avoid that possibility that the accuser fabricated the rape charge. “I know which I’d choose,” says one defense attorney.

      Harder to explain away is the hospital examination report. Defense lawyers will try to poke holes at it by searching for a lag time between the 911 call and the accuser’s arrival at the hospital. The district attorney’s office has not made public the police report stating time of arrival, and neither has the hospital.

      Lawyers say a photo taken of the accuser at 12:40 a.m. shows her being helped into the car by some of the Duke players. The 911 call was made at 1:30 a.m., and she reportedly left the hospital at approximately 11 a.m. later that morning after spending five or six hours there.

      Defense lawyers tell Time they also have pictures, not yet turned over to the DA’s office, of the main room at the party showing the players sitting in a semi-circle “watching the show.” “They are bored, they’re practically yawning. This is not a group of rowdy, dangerous people,” says one of the attorneys.

      No one should be surprised that District Attorney Nifong is proceeding with the case despite the lack of initial DNA evidence. Nifong made his intentions clear on April 11, the day after the initial DNA results went public, at a forum at North Carolina Central University, where the accuser is a student. “Anytime you have a victim who can identify her assailant, then what you have is a case a judge must let go to the jury,” he said.

      http://www.time.com/time/nation/printout/0,8816,1184007,00.html

    2. N.B. Forrest Says:

      It’s crystal clear that the nigho is lying through its probably gapped toofs. Here’s a pretty good guess about what actually went down: the stoopid White frat boys – tanked up on hooch; their ideas about what’s sexy warped by growing up being inundated wit booty-poppin’ bluegums on MurrayTV – get a li’l frisky and call the local Hoochie Hut for a home delivery; after a few unsatisfying minutes of jello-wobble from a cut-up, Cheeto-enhanced Khoisanid that in no way matched the fevered jungle gyrations in da Fitty vids, a dispute over the bill ensues; Miss Thang erupts like Krakatoa, blasting off into 100-decibel “Oh HELLLL no!” mode; White boys hustle the stinky cooch out the door, with a few particularly choice insults from Shecky’s Big List o’ Taboos thrown in for good measure; apopleptic ho automatically knows just what to do for revenge. Simple.

      Nothing to be surprised about there; it’s what kike-empowered coons do whenever they don’t get their way. The real culprits are those filthy scum who are grossly abusing their positions of power by pretending the whole minstrel show has any substance whatsoever: that nigass-sucking turd of a prosecutor Nifong and our beloved judenpresse.

    3. N.B. Forrest Says:

      But in a recent interview with The Associated Press, Jackson said history can’t help but loom large over this case. It is particularly horrible because these white men hired black women to strip for them.

      “That fantasy’s as old as slave masters impregnating young slave girls,” he said.

      Cheshire found Jackson’s comment odd, since the lacrosse players DID NOT specifically ask for black strippers.

      Ahhhh, I did not know that, as Carson used to say. Disregard part of my above post.

    4. van helsing Says:

      Why would they ask for one of those? Altho they should have known that in a city that is 44% black by basic citizenry (i.e., not counting gownies), that most of the undereducated and lesser paid would be… black.

      But it’s ok for jews to market special porn to blacks that consist of white girls getting lost in the hood then taken out back for gang bangs…

      Just woke up one of my coworkers this week about the border war, however…

    5. Unreconstructed Strom Thurmond Says:

      Good job, VH.

      Nice writing, as always, NBF. Some of your scenario rings true, but here’s another piece of the puzzle: the rape allegation did not materialize until after the cops showed up at Kroger’s to deal with the very intoxicated stripper, who wouldn’t get out of the car of the woman who picked her up in front of the lacrosse players’ house. The rape allegation was forthcoming only after an officer opined that he was looking at a 24-hour hold (incarceration).