Remember Robert Ponsi? He was a server at James Joyce Pub in Baltimore. He was fatally stabbed by a group of black males in January of 2016. One of the black males who participated in the execution of Ponsi was the son a community activist.
The white working class in 70 percent black Baltimore has no community to support them, nor advocacy group to promote their interests.
Whites represent under 25 percent of the population of Baltimore, when in 1917 whites represented nearly 90 percent of the city’s residents.
It was a world-class city then; now, it’s nothing more than another Mogadishu in the making.
So, who is the next member of the white-working class to pay the Eloi tax in 70 percent black Baltimore, joining Sebastian Dvorak, who worked at Ryleigh’s Oyster. Her name isBrittany Foster, a 26 year-old white female.[Family of homicide victim speaks after suspects arrested in double shooting, Fox Baltimore, July 2, 2019]:
The deadly violence in Baltimore City is taking its toll outside the city limits as the parents of a Harford County woman prepare to bury their daughter who was gunned down in the streets of Baltimore.
“So how do you bury a child? I’m going to find out but this is hell. This is pure hell.” 26-year-old Brittany Foster was one of two people who were shot to death on Bloomingdale Road on Tuesday.
Two days later, police announced the arrest of 18-year-old Donyell Morris and 17-year-old Charles Anderson.
Both are charged with murder tonight, but what angers Foster’s family is that one of the suspects was recently released from jail on a string of other charges.
“There’s a problem in the city because all these criminals are being released a week later, they’re going back on the streets and they’re not scared. They’re not afraid. They’re shooting people everyday. Why is that happening? Why?”
Both suspects are being held without bond.
The Baltimore Police Department nor the Baltimore Sun have released any information on who the second victim of the double shooting by two black males was, and very little information is available regarding Brittany or her life. But we do know one of her black killers was out on bond for robbery. [Teen Charged In Double Homicide, Afro.com, July 11, 2019]:
According to police, the two teens allegedly gunned down a couple in the early morning hours of July 2 in the 1200 block of block of Bloomingdale Road in West Baltimore.
When officers arrived on the scene, they found a 28-year-old man and 26-year-old Brittney Foster of Harford County suffering from gunshot wounds.
The man was shot in the chest and Foster was shot in the head. They were transported to area hospitals where they were pronounced deceased.
The man has not been identified.
Police are still working to establish a motive.
Anderson, who was out on $100,000 unsecured bond for robbery, was in the process of getting his case moved to juvenile court.
Court records state Anderson is being represented by a public defender but his lawyer could not be reached for comment.
There is no lawyer listed in online court records for Donyell Morris.
Brittany’s parents, in an interview with Fox Baltimore, didn’t forgive her black killers as so often happens when the corporate media interviews the victim’s family of black-on-white homicide. Instead, they came very close to calling out of control black violence making now 70 percent black Baltimore uninhabitable. In fact, her mother stopped short of saying the word “black,” catching herself in the interview talking about “these criminals.”
Rest in peace, Brittany.
Find peace in her death, Foster family.