Black went uncharged for killing two unarmed, fleeing blacks and no one cared
TopConservativeNews is hereby issuing this challenge to all media, left-wing groups, black organizations, ect. We challenge anyone, who is demanding criminal charges for George Zimmerman and/or Darren Wilson, to come up with a legitimate reason why they shouldn’t have put in an equal or greater effort to get charges filed against Douglas Williams.
This is a story we reported back in 2012. At the height of media’s Trayvon Martin frenzy, two unarmed and fleeing black males were shot and killed by a black male outside of an apartment complex in Spartanburg, South Carolina home.
This story gets quite interested. Douglas Williams, a black male convicted felon, arrives home with his girlfriend. He is not allowed to have a gun because of his felony conviction. He sees two black males allegedly attempting to get into his apartment through a side window. Williams then shoots both men in their heads at close range. Both died. Both shooting occurred outside. The men never actually penetrated the apartment.
When police arrived Williams says he borrowed the gun from his non-felon girlfriend. He said he feared for his life because the two suspects took cover behind a/c units belonging to the complex. Autopsies results suggest an execution style shooting. The gun was mere inches from one of the suspect’s heads. The bullet hit the suspect in the forehead at a downward angle. Investigators say the gun would have been between 1 and 10 inches from the man’s forehead.
No charges for the shooting. No media outrage. No demonstrations. Not one single black leader anywhere spoke out on behalf of the two black crime suspects. Only the local media in Spartanburg, SC even reported that the two men were killed.
Five months later, the Federal government stepped in and charged Williams with being a felon in possession of a firearm. However, he was never charged with a crime for shooting two unarmed, fleeing suspects. To date, he has never actually been convicted of Federal gun charges. He had a preliminary hearing scheduled in December of 2012 that was postponed. After that there doesn’t seem to be any record of the Federal government pursuing the charges. We were unable to determine for sure, but it appears that the Federal weapons violation charges were dropped.
There is not a single state in the USA where police are allowed to shoot a fleeing suspect. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that it was unconstitutional for police to have the right to shoot a fleeing suspect.
Do not get us wrong. This website is not blaming the homeowner. However, this incident proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the race hustlers, media, and white communists are an absolute fraud.
Even now, multitudes of far-left media personnel, and black race hustlers are claiming the “feared for my life” excuse “only works for white people.”
If George Zimmerman and/or Darren Wilson over-reacted, then Douglas Williams is like Zimmerman and Wilson on steroids.
These are the facts:
1) Both suspects shot while they were trying to flee
2) Both suspects were unarmed
3) Neither suspect actually ever entered Williams’s apartment
4) Williams shot both suspects outside of the house
5) Williams shot both suspects in the head, one was shot with the gun aimed downward from 1-10 inches.
6) Williams was a convicted felon and not allowed to have a gun
7) Williams says he “feared for his life”
8) Williams was never charged for the shooting
9) Not one black leader anywhere cared about the two dead black male crime suspects
10) Not one single media outlet attacked the black male homeowner
11) If Williams had been white, this would have been an international media event
Michael Deangelo Gentry-Hill Jr., 22, of 102 Richborough Drive, died at the scene of the incident. Darren Tyree “Ty” Hill, 18, of 112 Shelby St., died at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center later Saturday morning, according to the Spartanburg County Coroner’s Office.
According to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office, Douglas Williams, 29, and his girlfriend saw two men near the window of their apartment at Lee’s Crossing off Powell Mill Road shortly after midnight early Saturday morning.
Investigators say Williams retrieved his girlfriend’s handgun from the vehicle and went to confront the two men.
Williams told investigators that when he confronted the two men moved to conceal themselves behind some air conditioning units on the ground near the window to his apartment.
Investigators say this action by the two men to try and conceal themselves made Williams fear for his life and it was then he fired two shots striking each man one time in the head.
The first 911 call came in at 12:03 a.m., with the female caller, believed to be Williams’ girlfriend, saying to a dispatcher, “Somebody just broke into my house. I was pulling up at my house and they was coming out of my house.”
When the dispatcher asked if anyone was hurt, the woman responded, “They dead … they dead.”
Sheriff Chuck Wright announced Tuesday that no charges would be filed against Williams, who is a convicted felon who is prohibited from possessing a gun or ammunition. Wright and Solicitor Barry Barnette both cited laws that say Williams was within his right to use a gun in self-defense.
Sheriff Chuck Wright, a vocal proponent of residents arming themselves, said he was bound by the law in deciding not to pursue charges against Williams.
“I don’t like it that a guy who’s got a felony shot two people,” Wright said shortly after the men’s deaths. “I would have preferred he called 911. No piece of property is worth killing a human being for.”
Williams is a convicted felon, but by law, a felon still has the right to protect himself with a gun, local authorities determined at the time.
Under the state’s Stand Your Ground law, Williams was found to be justified in shooting Hill and Hill-Gentry.
According to the law, a person is “presumed to have a reasonable fear of imminent peril of death or great bodily injury to himself or another person” when a suspect is “in the process of unlawfully and forcefully entering, or has unlawfully and forcibly entered a dwelling, residence or occupied vehicle, or if he removes or is attempting to remove another person against his will from the dwelling … or occupied vehicle.”
Hill-Gentry’s mother, Arlene Smith of Spartanburg, said she was happy that Williams is now facing a federal charge connected to her son’s and cousin’s deaths but still thinks local authorities had enough cause to charge Williams in the killings.
“But that doesn’t bring justification to a double execution,” Smith said. “My son was executed and so was Darren. There was no proof, no threat of great bodily harm — how does that fall under the statute of Stand Your Ground? Justice needs to be served.”
The autopsy of a man killed during a burglary attempt at a Spartanburg apartment complex in April indicates the gun was inches from his head when the fatal shot was fired.
Cousins Michael Hill-Gentry Jr., 22, and Darren Tyree Hill, 18, were killed late April 7 as they attempted to break into an apartment at Lee’s Crossing, according to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office. No one was inside the apartment at the time of the shootings.
Investigators said Douglas Williams, 30, and his girlfriend drove up to their apartment and saw the two men trying to break in through a window. One of the men had a gun, and Sheriff Chuck Wright said at the time that the weapon was “near” the two men when deputies responded to the complex.
According to investigators, Williams got out of the car with his girlfriend’s gun and confronted Hill-Gentry and Hill from a distance of 5 to 10 feet. Hill-Gentry and Hill took cover behind some air-conditioning units. Both men were shot once in the head. In the wake of the shooting, Wright said both men were shot from the front, and Williams, who authorities said was acting in self-defense, was not charged.