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From 2017, New York Times columnist Charles Blow is practically lynched by some blonde Becky on TV who appears to touch his arm:

Three years later, Charles explains his reaction: “I was thinking abt Emmett [Till] then. How dare u argue access to my body; they killed Emmett bc they thought he FLIRTED w/ a wht woman.”

The future of public discourse will just be people taking things personally and arguing they are in the right because they have more Intersectionality Privilege than the person who dissed them.

Public discourse will be like life in the ‘hood, but with fewer drive-by shootings by people feeling dissed and more cancellations.

 
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  1. Neoconned says:

    To Mr Blows credit this is a tactic of the MGTOW movement. I have a relative who was dismissed from a job by a shopping mall for sexual harassment.

    I get offended when women touch me at work in a condescending manner.

    In the age of ME TOO what protection does a man have from harassment allegations? None besides may be being gay.

    I think it’s a smart legal tactic….let women know boundaries. Act like an offended gay men even if you aren’t….itll protect you from firing & may help you in any future litigation or governmental investigations…

  2. OT but this is definitely iSteve country.

    https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2020/jan/27/college-football-coach-adolf-hitler-dinner-guest-grand-valley-state

    “Grand Valley State University has suspended one of its football coaches after he named Adolf Hitler as a dream dinner guest.

    Morris Berger, who is the team’s offensive coordinator, was interviewed by the Grand Valley Lanthorn newspaper earlier this month. Berger studied history at university and the paper asked him which three historical figures he would have dinner with. He named John F Kennedy and Christopher Columbus after expanding on his reasons for naming Hitler.

    “This is probably not going to get a good review, but I’m going to say Adolf Hitler,” he said. “It was obviously very sad and he had bad motives, but the way he was able to lead was second-to-none. How he rallied a group and a following, I want to know how he did that. Bad intentions of course, but you can’t deny he wasn’t a great leader.”

    Grand Valley State said Berger has been suspended while they investigate the matter.”

  3. That quote from Charles Blow isn’t real, is it? Tell me it’s not real please.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  4. Anon[420] • Disclaimer says:

    Touching someone like that while speaking is usually a patronizing, dominance type move. Not necessarily sinister or mean spirited, but it’s generally a way of asserting authority. Women of course generally don’t do it as often as men, but some career type women adopt it as a way of asserting themselves in traditionally male domains.

    • Replies: @Aardvark
  5. Mr. XYZ says:

    When Charles Blow Blows, he Blows Hard!

    • LOL: Kronos
  6. Setting aside the spelling of a stupid third-grader (which I understand is being used as short-hand because Twitter’s market are idiots with no attention span), what the Hell does “argue access to my body” mean? That’s not even a valid use of English. It’s like writing “How dare you smell red to my dignity?”

    Context suggests he means “How dare you touch me?”

    Is “argue access to my body” the new required way one must write “touch me?”

    Imagine Samantha Fox reviving her hit: “Argue access to my body; argue access to my body now….”

    Or the Divynls: “I don’t want anybody else; when I think about you I argue access to my own body….”

    It’s not as sensual, somehow.

  7. There’s no need to formally define the term affirmative action asshole. Any sample of Charles Blow’s public life or writings provides a definition by example.

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix, Mr. XYZ
  8. I’m note sure if it’s worse if he’s lying about thinking about Emmett, or if he’s actually thinking about Emmett. The first name only thing is also kind of weird.

  9. CCZ says:

    I am never going to forget the Murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom.

    [Wiki]:
    Channon Gail Christian, age 21, and Hugh Christopher Newsom, Jr., age 23, were from Knoxville, Tennessee. They were kidnapped on the evening of January 6, 2007, when Christian’s vehicle was carjacked, and taken to a rental house, where both of them were raped, tortured, and murdered.

    Perpetrators: Letalvis D. Cobbins, Lemaricus D. Davidson, George Thomas, Eric Boyd, Vanessa Coleman

  10. Kronos says:
    @Autochthon

    Kinda reminds me of this old clip…

  11. Forbes says:

    Public discourse will be like life in the ‘hood, but with fewer drive-by shootings by people feeling dissed and more cancellations.

    In other words, public discourse won’t be worth engaging in, or paying it any attention.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  12. JimDandy says:

    Hey Charles, the best evidence says that Emmett touched Carolyn Bryant without her permission. But Emmett’s touches, unlike the one you endured, were explicitly sexual in nature. Carolyn’s pissed-off husband and his tough-guy in-law thought they’d teach Emmett a lesson. What they did was murder, no doubt, and very, very, very wrong, but if I went into a corner store in a black neighborhood in a strange town and did what Emmett did to a black woman, I wouldn’t expect to make it home alive. And I don’t think there would be much sympathy for me coming from the circles you run in.

    And don’t give me that malarkey about Bryant admitting that she made it all up. It’s very clear that the guy who claimed she admitted that is the one making things up. Thanks.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    , @Anonymousse
  13. He went off on all Tweeters, I, II, III, IV, and V.

  14. @Forbes

    But it will get good ratings.

  15. Flip says:

    “Believe all women” vs. the Scottsboro Boys. Who wins?

    • Replies: @Duke84
  16. That’s Kayleigh Mcenany. I would let her touch me but say “Hey, hey, don’t go full Biden on me!”

  17. Kronos says:


    You really have to consider the sad old retired news reporters watching all this. Many used to speak with pride while talking about working at CNN,CBS,ABC,etc…

    But they must’ve gone luddite a long time ago just out of shame and despair.

    I remember watching this documentary a few years ago. The old guy used to work for CBS and talked about it with a kind of reverence. But like all outcasts and nut jobs, he moved to the middle of nowhere in upper Northern California. The only thing California has that’s cheaper than in Oregon and Washington State is booze. Which consists of that regions entire economy that serves state line hoppers.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  18. Barnard says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    While the suspension should not have happened, the coach should have known better than to say that to a newspaper reporter. He should have said Lenin instead and they would have praised him.

  19. Hodag says:

    He should just be content we don’t call him Curtis.

  20. Anonymous[710] • Disclaimer says:

    Watching that video… it was like a family dinner blowing up with a mean, shitty argument from the get-go, then instead of cancelling dinner, everyone tries to get having a nice dinner back on track, while the aggrieved party sits and stews. But you can’t have the nice dinner now, because even though everyone is talking about everything but the blowup, the blowup is all you can think about, while you avoid talking about it.

    That’s about as American as it gets, Mr. Blow. I can’t, offhand, think of any other culture that does that. Mr. Blow is an American despite his best intentions because… he’s soaking in it.

  21. Aardvark says:
    @Anon

    I had experienced a few times this weird phenomenon of an older woman approaching me from the side, grab my arm and then press her boob in to it while telling me something. I guess it was meant to make sure I’m paying attention?

  22. @CCZ

    And all those animals are still breathing and costing taxpayers. I would have gladly volunteered for their firing squad. Some people deserve to die.

  23. I enjoy trolling the local news producers and anchors with posts asking if 3ric cCarame11a was really the whistleblower. Asking if they will get fired if anyone points out that Kobe settled a rape case is now going to be my new fun time activity.

    The last two big funerals in Detroit–which were heavily televised– I had a lot of fun asking every single one if Minister Farrakan’s comments were noteworthy (there was a full media spike order on reporting on his presence and remarks)

  24. JohnnyD says:

    Is a bisexual someone who’s too lazy to go completely gay or trans?

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  25. @YetAnotherAnon

    Wow. For Unz people, what could be greater than the Man himself to ask questions?

    Why did you declare war on the USA? Didn’t you know about the Russian winter? Why did you keep putting off the MP-43? Why didn’t you build cheap tanks like the T-34? Why waste money on the V-weapons when you could have more jets? The questions would be ENDLESS.

    It’s like when I saw my alderman Leon Depres in Chicago in the 1970s; I didn’t know he knew Trotsky!
    I would have asked him a million questions. (Man got shot in the leg by Black robbers.)

  26. What is the point of referring to fake blondes as “blonde”?

  27. But Emmet looks like a rapist.

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  28. @YetAnotherAnon

    An high school athletic director in New Jersey was suspended for two weeks last year for saying that MLK and Hitler were both examples of good leaders, with the difference that one used his leadership for good and the other used his leadership for evil.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  29. @JohnnyD

    Is a bisexual someone who’s too lazy to go completely gay or trans?

    Nah, I think it’s just someone who wants to be sure to get a date on Saturday night.

  30. @Neoconned

    Could not agree more. No man should accept any woman touching him, nor calling him “honey” or “sweetie” or “dear” etc, in the work place (or elsewhere that you care about. And when it happens, you should file an assault/battery charge.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    , @Truth
  31. @Jim Don Bob

    Oh yeah Jim. That’s a task I could perform w/ out hesitation. Even take a week off from work w/ out pay to travel if necessary.

  32. @Fuerchtegott

    Didn’t the US Army hang Till Sr. for rape & murder?

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix
    • Replies: @PaceLaw
  33. Duke84 says:
    @Flip

    If the accuser is white then the black boys win.

  34. J.Ross says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    you can’t deny he wasn’t a great leader

    !

  35. @Lawyer Guy

    The local news channels in Detroit deserve this.
    Have fun & report often.

  36. anon[664] • Disclaimer says:

    This is such a great Charles DownLow moment. Teh blonde-dye-job cooties! Oh, noes!

    There’s no doubt Charles DownLow thinks about Emmett Till often. A strong young man, in the first blush of youth, his skin glistening with sweat from his labors…oh, yeah, Charles thinks about Emmett all right. In the afternoon. Or while on the subway….or maybe while cruising walking the streets at night.

    • LOL: HammerJack
  37. He’s right, it is fraught with risk for a black man to flirt with a white woman in public places. A more effective strategy is to invite her into his lair and drug her. In either order.

    • Replies: @PaceLaw
  38. @Autochthon

    Is “argue access to my body” the new required way one must write “touch me?”

    Jim Morrison would have loved that!

    “argue access to my body” = Be my sugarcoated cosy.

  39. Charles Blow is a national treasure.

    https://twitter.com/CharlesMBlow/status/1199702357912825856/video/1

  40. @Neoconned

    I get offended when women touch me at work in a condescending manner.

    I also find this behavior disconcerting.

    Physically, it is a personal space violation. Mentally and emotionally it is done to send a coded message that is often extremely difficult to understand, though sometimes that may be the entire point.

  41. MBlanc46 says:
    @JimDandy

    I’ve just used my Agree, so I’ll have to say, “I agree”.

    • Agree: JimDandy
    • LOL: Jim Christian
  42. MBlanc46 says:
    @Joe Stalin

    Thanks for this, Joe. Despres was the lawyer for the co-op in which I lived in Hyde Park. Quite a Lefty, but an impressive guy.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  43. PaceLaw says:

    This is from 2017? Wow, what fireworks! How have we not seen or heard about this sooner??? Lol!

    Charles Blow is the consummate left-wing/progressive pet: a gay, black man who says reliably dumb shit about systemic racism, unconscious bias and Bad Man Trump all of the freakin’ time. Talk about job security with the NY Times!

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    , @SMK
  44. @JimDandy

    if I went into a corner store in a black neighborhood in a strange town and did what Emmett did to a black woman, I wouldn’t expect to make it home alive.

    Eh… a lot of blacks hate whites in just a free floating generalized sense and/or consider them easy targets for crime… so you might catch it just on that basis.

    But I’ve never observed garden variety black neighborhood blacks to stand up for a woman’s “honor” under ANY circumstances. This very much includes the women themselves.

    Are you aware that rap music exists?

    Really it’s hard to imagine even most white people taking the idea of a woman’s “virtue” very seriously anymore. I mean, have you SEEN women recently? No one should ever risk harm over disparagements to a woman wearing leggings as pants.

  45. PaceLaw says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    O.J. Simpson would mightily disagree with you on this point.

  46. ~ 10,000 years of civilization (Western, primarily). And we get this.

  47. JimDandy says:
    @Anonymousse

    Rap? No, never heard of it.

    I’m saying that if I, a white guy, went into a black hood and started groping a black chick in public there’s a good chance I’d end up on a slab. But you make a good point–if I held the door open for her and tipped my cap I might end up on a slab anyway.

    • Replies: @Truth
  48. BB753 says:

    Never forget: black bodies are sacred and can’t be touched without consent from said black bodies. This also applies to their hair, which cannot under any circunstance be touched by a non-black body, particularly by people who think they are white. This is simply Tennessee “Genius” Coates theory 101.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  49. ‘“I was thinking abt Emmett [Till] then. How dare u argue access to my body; they killed Emmett bc they thought he FLIRTED w/ a wht woman.”’

    I’ve always carefully avoided reading any of Blow’s pieces. It’s gratifying to discover that position was so justified.

  50. @CCZ

    Two rapist-killers have yet to be id’d.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  51. Who Has More Diversity Pokemon Points

    “Composed by renowned composer Nicolette de Minaj, Comtesse de Beach Beach (1639-1704), this piece was considered her masterpiece in the new German Baroque style fashionable across Europe at the late 17th century. It was said that this piece was so popular amount the royal courts of Europe that it sparked a new dance style among the womenfolk of the nobility, consisting of the jutting of the hips backwards and then moving them in an up and down motion in rapid succession. This dance style, coined “le twerk de phat ass” was said to be a favourite of, among others the Queen of France, the Duchess of Parma and the Electress of Hanover.”

    • Disagree: Jim Christian
    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  52. Lagertha says:

    depends on who is better looking. It always comes down to looks…even now, with clicks.

  53. @Joe Stalin

    I didn’t know he knew Trotsky!
    I would have asked him a million questions.

    Like, did he really cuck Diego Rivera? Was Frida worth it?

  54. @Joe Stalin

    I remember when he got shot. Chi-town,bitch!

  55. binkyxz3 says:

    Truly a black swan event (no pun intended): In the 21st century, a black man telling a white woman, “Don’t touch me.”

  56. Your hand is like a torch each time you touch me
    That look in your eyes pulls me apart
    Don’t open the door to Heaven if I can’t come in
    Don’t touch me if you don’t love me, sweetheart

  57. @Mr McKenna

    Meant LOL, dopey me.. Sorry..

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  58. OT – Charles Murray’s new book on HBD is out today. I am on page 2. Could Steve Sailer please promise us a blog item on it in approx 2 weeks?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  59. anon[324] • Disclaimer says:

    Wait a minute – that obviously homosexual man is named Charles Blow? Get the fuck outta here

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Jason Calley
  60. Anonymous[354] • Disclaimer says:

    All public discourse will be like The Jerry Springer with more volume of incoherent rapid crosstalk but without the Jello wrestling to break up the monotony

  61. Hibernian says:
    @MBlanc46

    Urban anti-Machine reform movements were interesting. Sometimes they were coalitions between Communists and Socialists and the few fiscally conservative Republicans to be found in the cities. Now it’s obvious that the so-called reformers are themselves often some of the biggest crooks.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
  62. Anonymous[354] • Disclaimer says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    According to Orson Welles appearing once on the Dick Cavett (sp?) talkathon program, the ol’ Hit-maker wasn’t a very good dining companion; outright disappointing in fact. But Welles admitted this was back in the pre-Reichstag-fire days, when the band was still experimenting with its sound

  63. As if you had to ask that question.

  64. @Neoconned

    I get offended when women touch me at work in a condescending manner.

    What, are you an incel? This is how chicks flirt.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  65. @Anonymousse

    Really it’s hard to imagine even most white people taking the idea of a woman’s “virtue” very seriously anymore. I mean, have you SEEN women recently? No one should ever risk harm over disparagements to a woman wearing leggings as pants.

    Really?

    Because there are plenty of cupcakes out there who think leggings are perfectly acceptable office attire, like iSteve content generator Olga Khazan:


    Is It Weird to Wear Leggings at Work?

    Women put up with a lot at the office. At least grant us elastic waistbands.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2019/12/can-you-wear-leggings-work/603427/

    And we’re supposed to take these people totally seriously and ignore the fact they’re putting themselves on display.

  66. Paul says:

    Does Charles Blow not know about the rape and murder of a White woman by Emmitt Till’s father (Louis Till)? Why does he not mention that? Go blow, Charles!

  67. @PaceLaw

    He’s like wokealism’s Willie Mays or Dave Winfield — the proverbial “five-tool player!”

  68. @The Alarmist

    Long time since you worked in an office with women, isn’t it.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  69. @Jim Christian

    You can change your vote, so to speak. Just go back and click the option you meant in the first place.

  70. @ScarletNumber

    The truth is Politically Incorrect.

  71. Lara says:

    A gay black man is going to be very predisposed to disliking a somewhat conservative white woman. It seems as if he can barely stand being in the same room as her. She made the mistake of assuming the good will she feels toward him is reciprocated. It is not.

    • Replies: @International Jew
  72. SMK says: • Website
    @PaceLaw

    If whites were as evil and “racist” as Blow and other white-hating psychotics beleive, there’d be an Emmet Till incident or worse evey month if not every week or day. That’s why the myth of Emmet Till, factually distorted to confirm and sustain the regnant narrative, will never die but live on forever. That’s why he’s invoked, constantly and ubiquitously, as a saintly victim and symbol of unique white malevolence.

    In the real Americs, blacks are 30-times more likely to murder whites than vice versa. But what percentage and number of whites know this fact or the names and stories of 2 or 3 or even one of the myriads of whites who’ve been murdered by blacks over the last 50-60 years as opposed to the number and percentage of blacks and whites who’ve heard of Emmit Till? What percentage and number of whites know the grisly realities of the Witchita massacre and the Knoxville horror and othe black-on-white atrocites?

  73. @anon

    “Blow” is not his real name. I am not sure when or why he legally changed it, but have read that his original name was “Swallow.”

    🙂

  74. @HammerJack

    No, but it has been a couple decades since I worked with American women, so I take your point.

  75. Blow is a twat but I did find her gesture to be cringe-inducing.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
  76. @HammerJack

    Imperious little gay black man Charles Blow: “I was thinking abt Emmett [Till] then.”

    I’m thinking about the reanimated Emmett Till moldering in my basement.

  77. @Kronos

    “But like all outcasts and nut jobs, he moved to the middle of nowhere in upper Northern California.”

    Yeah, we love it up here. You ought to visit sometime. But stay out of Modoc County.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    , @Kronos
  78. Boy, reading that twitter feed is depressing. There’s little hope for finding reasonable middle ground with such people. They’re like children.

  79. @YetAnotherAnon

    interviewed by the Grand Valley Lanthorn newspaper

    You have to have really bad judgment to agree to any sort of interview with a newspaper

  80. @Lara

    Chuck Blow is said to be bisexual but after seeing this incident I’m inclined to classify him over at the homo end of the spectrum.

  81. My understanding is there were a total of ten (white-on-black lynchings) during the entire decade of the 1950s. That’s a weekend in Chicago or a tiny fraction of the violence blacks visit upon innocent whites every year. It’s like they inhabit another universe where reason simply does not exist. The idea that black men have more to fear from white women than white women have to fear from black men is about as crazy an inversion of reality as could possibly exist.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Neoconned
  82. Neoconned says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    I visited Humboldt in 2017.

    It reminded of a drug laced Mississippi or Alabama trailer park….and if you want to find any srug on earth I found both small towns in Humboldt filled with hippie vagrants looking for pot jobs and with white and black trailer trash in the Deep South both have what youre looking for.

    I did like the Bay Area ok, just too expensive.

  83. Neoconned says:
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    White women have more to fear from street blacks but gay black men w lucrative media contracts have more to fear from being METOOed by a Becky.

  84. Corvinus says:

    “The future of public discourse will just be people taking things personally and arguing they are in the right because they have more Intersectionality Privilege than the person who dissed them.”

    Well, you certainly have been part of the Coalition of the Fringes who facilitate it, Mr. Sailer.

    Sailer Pro Bono–Accuse your opponent of exactly the machinations you allegedly disdain, yet religiously employ. [Perhaps we can raise Lee Atwater from the dead and craft Southern Strategy 2]

    “Public discourse will be like life in the ‘hood, but with fewer drive-by shootings by people feeling dissed and more cancellations.”

    Maybe you could a lesson here.

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/video/watch-jon-stewart-call-tucker-carlson-a-dick-epic-2004-crossfire-take-down-961147

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
  85. Neoconned says:
    @OscarWildeLoveChild

    At work I’ve recently begun literally moving out of the way when a woman crosses my path. I give them space and physically move my crotch area away so I don’t accidentally touch them

    I bet many think I’m gay & that’s fine. I’m married to a younger woman and I have a young daughter. Thats more female drama and stress than a man can handle as he approaches 40. I dont need to entertain the delusions of 30ish women At work who get off on attention and men allegedly hitting on them.

    If 1 does hit on me I’m filing a Title 9 claim. If the employer does nothing I’m getting a trial lawyer and getting me a 6 figure settlement.

    This is what Whiskey & others refer to as “lawfare”…..

    I’ll admit something many men may be afraid to admit….my libido in my 30s IS NOT what it was in my 20s.

    I can go w/o poontang for days, which drives my wife nuts.

    I know, I’m old, boring and white but I don’t care.

    The older I get the less I want sex, to meet new ppl, to chase women etc

    I get what Steve says about just not feeling like doing stuff. When I get off work all i feel like doing is laying down and watching asmr videos til I pass out. To whomever go laugh I don’t care. That’s another cool thing about getting old….you stop to a point caring what other people think of you.

    • Agree: Autochthon
  86. Kronos says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    I always pick up goodies at that All-Star liquor place when coming up from California to Portland on I-5. Of course, there’s nothing like eating a banana while entering California. You’ll have to stop and be asked by officials if you have any out-of-State fruit. You say no while eating a banana, and then they allow you entry. After 15min, you realize you had a banana in your hand while being asked and outright lied. They didn’t seem to care either and just went through the motions.

  87. @Autochthon

    “Or the Divynls: “I don’t want anybody else; when I think about you I argue access to my own body….”’

    Listen and watch closely: she sings “I don’t boff anybody else; when I think about you, I touch myself.”

  88. Truth says:
    @OscarWildeLoveChild

    For crying out loud, would you silly spergs can this fifth grade; “she he me first” nonsense?

    Men and women are different, have different sets of rules, and that’s just how it is.

  89. Truth says:
    @JimDandy

    …Or maybe with either, or both stategies, you might actually get sex.

  90. @Nicholas Stix

    “Two rapist-killers have yet to be id’d.”

    I didn’t know that. Is that from DNA evidence, or witnesses who saw two more people?

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  91. @Jim Don Bob

    Actual animals don’t do things like that.
    Pretty much the province of negroes.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  92. @BB753

    To put it kindly, no one on God’s Green Earth wants to touch black hair. No one. Not even black people.

    One of several reasons why they go to such lengths to make it look anything but “natural”.

    They’re hoping that if they disguise it completely enough, someone will want to touch it. Won’t work.

  93. BB753 says:
    @HammerJack

    Well, I do want to touch black hair. Do I need therapy? I only succeeded once in my life. Natural black hair, not greasy rastas or relaxed hair.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  94. Thirdtwin says:

    That time in high school when he got handsy with a blonde, she slapped him and everybody laughed. Indelible in the hippocampus.

  95. @HammerJack

    To put it kindly, no one on God’s Green Earth wants to touch black hair. No one. Not even black people.

    Do you know what it’s like to lick a Brillo pad?

    TWGH does.

  96. @YetAnotherAnon

    That was Knox County Medical Examiner Dr. Darinka Mileusnic-Polchan’s testimony, based on DNA found variously on and in Channon Christian, and on her panties.

    Jamie Satterfield of the Knox News Sentinel asserted that the two additional DNA profiles were the creation of the admixture of semen form Lemaricus Davidson and his half-brother Letalvis Cobbins, but an old crime reporter like Jamie has to know that that’s nonsense on stilts. The admixture of two men’s semen won’t create one new DNA profile, let alone two. Jamie just wanted to put the case to bed.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  97. anon[332] • Disclaimer says:

    …DNA found variously on and in Channon Christian, and on her panties.

    Despite the bleach that was poured onto her and into her, including down her throat by the perps.

  98. @BB753

    Is that hair which happens to be black (like Asians have) or is it Black Hair?

    P.S. — I’ve no idea if you need therapy.

    • LOL: BB753
  99. @Nicholas Stix

    Does that mean the police have those two profiles and are looking for two more people (in which case there’s a fair chance of getting them), or is the case closed?

  100. My hunch is they’ll call the case closed. They do not want to expend any more resources on this case, and do not want people countenancing the full horror of it. Locals thought they knew the full horror, at five perps.

    I hate dealing with them, because they typically refuse to deal with out-of-town media. I tried many times, and was always politely sandbagged by their public information officer, Sgt. Darren deBusk. When I covered the 2013 re-trial of George Thomas (who was re-convicted, but got a lesser sentence of life with the possibility of parole), I asked a Knoxville cop who had worked on the case back in 2007, “Would it have helped if I’d camped out on the Department steps?” His succinct response, “Nope.”

    Big-eared Jamie Satterfield, who had eavesdropped on our conversation, responded, “We didn’t have that problem.”

    Of course, she didn’t, because they fed her stuff, correct or false, and she protected the department, as her end of the deal.

    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2013/07/de-policing-and-knoxville-horror.html

    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2018/08/is-knoxville-tennessee-under-rule-of.html

    To answer your next question: I’ll have to put in the calls again, to whomever the KPD’s current PIO is.

  101. MBlanc46 says:
    @Hibernian

    The entire Chicago City Council probably belong behind bars. Regularly, especially when there’s a Repub US attorney, some of them wind up there.

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