Also back in 1975, nine-year old Girl Scout Marcia Trimble was raped and murdered by a White-hating black animal in Nashville, Tennessee. Only in 2007 did police finally have enough evidence to charge the killer by DNA matching and his bragging about once killing “four blue-eyed bitches” (story and photo below “continue reading” button).
Kelsey Grammer, popular movie and TV actor, was in the news this past week when Freddie Lee Glenn, the black killer of his beloved kid sister, came up for a parole hearing. Grammer said he forgave him, but still didn’t want to see him released from prison. Hell, I’d have told him I wished to see his worthless Negro hide hung by the GD neck until dead (he was sentenced to death, but later changed to life by idiot do-gooders).*
Karen Grammer was only 18 in the summer of 1975 when she got off work from a Red Lobster restaurant and was sitting on the curb outside, waiting for her boyfriend to finish his shift inside. Glenn, along with two of his homies, had just tried robbing the place but got nothing. On the way out, they abducted the young waitress at gunpoint, so they could show a little something for the effort. Back at the gang’s apartment hideout, they smacked around and gang-raped the girl for hours; then put a hood over her head and drove her to a trailer park, telling her they were going to free her.
Sadly, her life in this world was not to be. With a military M-16 bayonet, Glenn pushed young Karen down to her knees, stabbed her in the back and hand (possibly a defensive wound), then slashed her neck wide open. They left her to die right there in the street.
Bleeding profusely, the poor girl somehow managed to run to a nearby home that had a back porch light on. It wouldn’t have made a difference however, since the homeowners were out for the night. When they came home, they found her bled-out corpse twisted up beneath the door. Police later photographed her bloody handprints just inches away from the doorbell, as she struggled in vain to reach it.