PK NOTE: Dispatches from Occupied Newark is back. Blackjack Pershing returns (read Volume 1 here) with this installment of life in a state where the much touted #NextAmerica has already arrived. It’s not a pretty picture. I get busy, very busy, and hate that yesterday went by without new material. Be sure to head over to VDare.com to read the latest PK in Obama’s Gun Control Obsession Causes Corporate White Flight From Black-Run America. New post(s) coming tomorrow. Enjoy the latest from Blackjack Pershing below.
Civilization in New Jersey must be trying to commit suicide in a most violent way. Either that or they are hopelessly clinging to the doctrine of “appealing to the better natures” of criminals in an effort to get them to reform. However, the joke seems to be on the believers of this philosophy as the people they are appealing to seem to have no better natures. In the past week alone, here are three stories that made headlines in New Jersey.
Meet “Old School” Charles T. Williams. He committed murder. Twice. He raped children. At least three times. He stabbed a 24-year-old man in the chest this year with a kitchen knife. He also dealt heroin, a crime which finally, after decades of being free on “lifetime parole” for the murder of two teenage boys in 1969, has put 62-year-old Charles Williams behind bars. Authorities are currently investigating whether he is tied to any unsolved child murders in the New Jersey area. Stare for a good long second into the soulless, lifeless eyes of the “man” in the picture above.
Imagine a world in which convicted murders not only get out of prison, but get out of prison, continue on with their lifestyle then sue when their lifestyle catches up with them. We call this society, “New Jersey.” Donald Capriotti, 39, murdered Devon Whitehead, pled guilty to a lesser charge, and served 18 years of a 30-year sentence before being released in 2012. When Capriotti was pulled over by police in November of 2013 for outstanding warrants, he immediately fled on foot. He was believed to be armed. In the ensuing pursuit, Capriotti was shot several times by officers and a police dog was injured by gunfire as well. The now partially paralyzed Capriotti is suing for $27 million. An investigation continues into the incident. What was that saying in woodshop? Measure twice, cut one? More like aim twice, shoot once in this instance.
What would you do if you had to look into the eyes of a sex offender each day? What would you do if you had to cater to them, listen to them, and deal with them no two ways about it? In an Avenel, New Jersey sex offender facility in 2013, two correctional officers, Michael Higgins, 47, Steven Domio, 40, both with 8 years on the job at the time, perhaps recalled the lesson from Starship Troopers about letting someone know you’re sore with them in a very physical way. After both striking different unidentified sex offenders inseparate unrelated incidents, both now are being charged with “aggravated assault.”
Of special note about this facility where they are employed. The sex offenders there are being held under civil commitments imposed by the courts, which keep them locked up even after they complete their sentences. Such an imposition is all the testimony needed on the character of the injured parties in this case.
In a sane world, in any society that wanted to survive or actually cared about its citizens, the above offenders would be dead or locked in conditions so miserable they’d wish they were. But we are not in a sane world or a society that wants to survive. We are in New Jersey…
2nd highest police to citizen ratio.
3rd strictest gun laws.
Multiple cities claiming the “most violent in the national title” in different decades.
America in 2050 can be found in New Jersey 2014.
#NextAmerica: your future is nothing more than that found in the crumbling city of Camden.