Friday, May 22, 2015

The Law Found The Man Who Murdered DC Family!

Washington, DC police nabbed the man who is accused of murdering a family and setting their properties on fire.

The racist right is obsessed with calling every Black criminal a Thug. Any criminal act by Black man is now considered an act of thuggery.

Forget the innocent until proven guilty, according to the racist right, the Black criminal is automatically guilty. No need for a trial or jury. Send this thug to the gas house.

Thug is the new NIGGER.

A man who was caught overnight was responsible for the death of four people in Washington, DC.

Of course, our friends on the racist right have this obsession to cry foul to every event in America.

The racist right believes that the police involved killings of unarmed Freddie Gray, Tony Robinson, Walter Scott, Darrien Hunt, John Crawford, Tamir Rice, Rekia Boyd, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and the vigilante killing of unarmed Trayvon Martin are equal to every Black on White crime in America.

This 34 year old man was being sought by the FBI and U.S. Marshals after he was implicated in a murder and arson in an upscale Washington, DC neighborhood. There was a murder of four, an arson of the home and sports car.

DC police focused on the cameras and saw a sportscar zoom through the neighborhoods. Then in suburban Maryland, they saw the sportscar stop. A man get out and soon a fire.
Savvas Savopoulos and wife Amy along with their son and housekeeper were murdered by a crazed man.
The law determined that they have DNA evidence to pinpoint him to the crime. The fool eat a piece of pizza and they swabbed the crust. Daron Dylon Wint was caught in a matter of days. He's currently in city lockup awaiting trial.

CNN reported Thursday that police are searching for the 34-year-old Wint, who is believed to have traveled from D.C. to New York City and has previously faced charges of “theft, assault and a sexual offense.”

He is wanted for first-degree murder in the deaths of Savvas Savopoulos, the CEO of a Maryland building materials manufacturer, his wife, Amy, 10-year-old son Philip and their housekeeper, Veralicia Figueroa.

As for motive, police believe Wint was looking for money. During the incident, one of Savopoulos’ employees dropped off $40,000 in cash at the home for the suspect. He is believed to have escaped in the family’s Porsche, which was later found burning in the parking lot of a church in Maryland.

World News Today sends our condolences to the Savopoulous family and the family of Veralicia Figueroa. Their lives were lost in this senseless tragedy.

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