Flashback 2017: BLM inspired radical commits racially motivated murder and two attempted murders

He stabbed a White male to death and attempted to murder two women

Angela Altier
Jared Plesec

The so-called “mainstream” media flushes these crimes down the memory hole, just as fast as they can. It is important to the memory alive.

William T. Jones Jr went on a murderous crime spree in Cleveland in December of 2017. He felt he was fighting a justifiable war against the white man.

He killed Jared Plesec, a white male in a Salvation Army uniform, execution style. Afterward, he made a Facebook Live video hysterically denouncing Donald Trump and calling for black unity against an alleged enemy that plans “to kill us all.”

Jones also carjacked multiple victims and nearly killed a local personal trainer, Angela Altier, while she was jogging in a park. He shot her and severed her femoral artery. Cleveland Metropark Ranger Michael Kort has been praised for heroically saving her life. Kort just happened to be nearby when the shooting happened.

Ironically, Angela Altier was part of a news segment about staying safe while jogging in 2016. The segment was partially in response to the rape and murder of Karina Vetrano, who was attacked while jogging in Queens, NY. The NYPD says that crime was perpetrated by a black man who appears to have hated white people and targeted Vetrano because of her skin color.

Jones also carjacked an Asian woman and tried to shoot her repeatedly, but missed. Police also say he carjacked a black male, but never aimed his gun at the victim. `He told the black victim, “I don’t want to hurt you.”

On May 21st, 2018, Jones was just sentenced to 156 in years in prison. He avoided the death penalty by agreeing to plead guilty. He wore an Islamic Taqiyah in court and recited common Black Lives Matter rhetoric to justify his brutal rampage.

Jones read a prepared statement to the judge mentioning the deaths of Tamir Rice, Timothy Russell, Malissa Williams, and Trayvon Martin.

“It just seems, when a white life takes a black life, it’s justified. Today you seek justice. I can’t help but wonder, if the shoe was on the other foot, would it be justified instead? Do black lives really matter, or are just not as important as others?”

The trial was largely ignored by the “mainstream” media. It has been quarantined to local media coverage only.

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