One Maryland Blog

December 5, 2009

Christopher Jones, Thomas Cunningham, Aysha Ring, R.I.P.

Filed under: Diversity Is Our Strength, Gangs, Maryland, White Victims — mdstate @ 2:55 pm

A case that made huge news here in Maryland recently was further highlighted by the criminality of non white culture. The case I`m referring to is of 14 year old Christopher Jones. Young Christopher was attacked by a gang of black teenagers. The attack unfortunately led to the death of Christopher. Yesterday the second of those on trial was sentenced up to four years in a juvenile facility.

We at One Maryland are not trying to use these cases to advance some kind of agenda. Instead this story further reinforces the fact that there are distinct differences between the cultures of the races and that we need to quit ignoring the elephant in the room. This case should be the standard for opposing section 8 housing and other “forced integration” programs in our state. The statistics of interracial violence overwhelmingly show whites as victims and it seems that attacks such as this one are occurring on an almost daily basis.

Another brutal murder here in Maryland that happened last year has just wrapped up in the courts also. 24 year old Aysha Ring`s “…throat and wrists were slashed while she waited in line at a Catonsville convenience store last November.” The defendant was found not criminally responsible.

If mass media cannot cover up these stories they will certainly try hard to cover up the racial aspects of them but we have been documenting these cases for what they are. Yet another recent horrific story is of Thomas Cunningham who was killed in front of his 13 year old daughter while out getting ice cream.

As mentioned above we need to quit ignoring the elephant in the room. No matter how uncomfortable they try and make you feel, we need to admit the facts and start working to correct it. It is time for Change For Our People

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