This would be a busy blog indeed if I were to publish a new post every time a white person is senselessly murdered by blacks or Hispanics. But this information was actually reported by The Columbian, a local South Washington State newspaper (quoting from the L.A. Times):
August 07, 2011|By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
As a captain in the Marine Corps Reserves, Jeremy Henwood deployed to one of the most dangerous regions in Afghanistan, where Taliban fighters use roadside bombs and snipers to kill or maim as many American troops as possible.
Dozens of Marines were killed and hundreds were wounded, some grievously, during his tour.
But Henwood, 36, returned home in May without a scratch and was proud of his yearlong deployment. He was equally pleased to get back to the San Diego Police Department, which assigned him to patrol in City Heights, an up-and-coming blue-collar neighborhood that, like much of San Diego, is enjoying a sharp decrease in crime.
His tour of duty on a relatively tranquil home front came to a tragic end early Sunday, when he died of wounds from a point-blank shotgun blast the day before.
Police Chief Bill Lansdowne, a cop for four decades, had trouble finding words to describe the shooting by a petty criminal who drove alongside Henwood’s patrol car and opened fire. The suspect was pursued and shot dead by other officers.
The slaying, said an ashen-faced Lansdowne, “was an assassination.”
Police gave the following account of the crime: While Henwood’s patrol car was stopped at a stop sign, the driver of a black Audi signaled with his lights, apparently to draw the officer’s attention. The driver then pulled alongside the cruiser, lowered his front passenger-side window, leveled a shotgun and fired, striking the officer’s head.
The driver of the Audi, later identified as Dejon Marquee White, 23, turned out to be a suspect in a shooting minutes earlier in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant in nearby El Cajon. There is no evidence Henwood knew about the incident, authorities said…
Neither the L.A. Times nor The Columbian included photos of the perpetrator and the victim, but ABC Local did:
Yes folks, it’s another case of a worthless excuse for a “human being” killing a valuable person. A beat-up junker totaling a Lamborghini. What reasonable, intelligent, person can look at the above photo and claim that the creature on the left is worth just as much as the man on the right? The fact that the murderer also died is not an “even trade”. What would constitute justice in such a case? Perhaps forced sterilization of all of Dejon’s immediate relatives would be in order. Collective punishment is not fair – but it does tend to be effective.