From Willie Horton to Maurice Clemmons to Anferney Fontenet: Is It Politically Incorrect To Ask Who America’s Next Great Black On White Rapist, Robber & Killer That’ll Be Released Early Is? By Adolf DeGobineau (Peopleagainstshittycop Friend)
December 1, 2010 1 Comment
How many of you have forgotten that murderer and rapist Willie Horton is still alive? Horton and two accomplices robbed Joseph Fournier, a 17-year-old gas station attendant, and then fatally stabbed him 19 times after he had cooperated by handing over all of the money in the cash register. Horton was convicted of murder, sentenced to life without parole, and incarcerated at the Concord Correctional Facility in Massachusetts. On June 6, 1986, he was released as part of a weekend furlough program but did not return. On April 3, 1987 in Oxon Hill, Maryland, Horton twice raped a local woman after pistol-whipping, knifing, binding, and gagging her fiancé. He then stole the car belonging to the man he had assaulted. He was later captured by police after a chase. On October 20, Horton was sentenced in Maryland to two consecutive life terms plus 85 years.
With the early release of five time convicted felon Maurice Clemmons, who later shot and killed the 4 Lakewood Police Officers Peopleagainstshittycop is largely dedicated to, it is obvious we learned nothing.
For, before us today stands 15-year-old Anferney Fontenet. In January, 15-year-old Anferney Fontenet robbed and raped an autistic and bi-polar woman in public for all to see. On Monday, he pleaded no contest to one count each of rape and aggravated robbery. He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison.
Maybe when he’s released he’ll be Willie Horton and Maurice Clemmons combined. Maybe, while in prison, he’ll change his name to Willie Clemmons or Maurice Horton to give us a preview of what his aspirations are when returns to the free world.
I wonder if we’ll learn the lesson we’re suppose to have learned about something then.