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Formal charges filed in 2012 racial torture murders of two teenage boys in Detroit

Where is the outrage from our media and politicians now? When is Obama going to comment on the murders of these two teenagers?

Three dead white people in Detroit, ages 17, 18, and 62. The two teenagers were abducted, tortured, and killed execution style in 2012. Two black males have finally been formally charged with the heinous crime. One of them is already serving prison time for the murder of a 67 year old white man he killed around the same time in 2012.

Police already previously charged two other black males with stripping the car belonging to the teenagers and trying to conceal evidence with bleach. Authorities have been building their case against the two murder suspects for months.

In 2012, two white teenagers in the Detroit area went missing. Their bodies were later body in a field in Detroit. They had been tortured and then shot execution style in the heads. This website predicted at the time that it was a racially motivated hate crime.

The media is calling it “a robbery.” However, the level of violence vastly outweighs any financial gain. Racial hatred and a desire to kill are undoubtedly the primary motives. If the races had been reversed, this would be a major national news story. Since the victims are white and the killers are black, it is a “hush crime.”

scumbagsDetroit Free Press…

The two men charged with the homicides of two Westland teens discovered dead in a field on Detroit’s east side in 2012 have been linked to other killings in Detroit.

Fredrick Young, 25, of Detroit and Felando Hunter, 23, who is an inmate in prison in Jackson, were both charged with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of felony murder and one count of torture, armed robbery, unlawful imprisonment and felony firearm in connection with the Westland teens’ deaths, according to court documents and the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. Young also faces a charge of possession of a firearm by a felon.

Jacob Kudla, 18, and Jourdan Bobbish, 17, went missing July 22, 2012, and a passerby found their decomposing bodies five days later near Coleman A. Young International Airport.

“It is alleged that Young and Hunter robbed, tortured, imprisoned and killed both victims,” said Maria Miller, a spokeswoman for the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in an e-mail announcing the charging decision.

An autopsy concluded that Kudla died of multiple gunshot wounds and Bobbish from a single gunshot wound to the head.

According to court documents and an official close to the case, Young and Hunter previously have been charged in the death of John Villneff, a 62-year-old Vietnam War veteran whose family said he died trying to protect his granddaughter.

Villneff was fatally shot in August 2012 after the girl, then 12, ran next door to her grandpa’s house because four men broke into her aunt’s home on Rutland on Detroit’s west side, relatives said at the time.

It happened two weeks after the Westland teens disappeared.

Young faces charges of felony murder, assault with intent to murder, armed robbery, first-degree home invasion and felony firearm, and a June 16 trial is scheduled in Wayne County Circuit Court in the case, court documents showed. His attorney in that case could not be reached for comment.

Hunter was found guilty of a slew of charges in connection with Villneff’s death, including felony murder, armed robbery, first-degree home invasion and was convicted of felony murder in the death of Joshua Hayes in Detroit during a home invasion, according to court documents and an official.

Officials did not provide a possible motive in the deaths of Kudla and Bobbish.

62 year old Vietnam Veteran John Villneff.