“Don`t Raise Your Voice at Me!” [Click!] “Read a Law Book!” [Click!]—A Pearcy Massacre Update

As I write this, on the night of February 23, some 312
news items show up if you

google “Shawna
, the supposed leader of a
Minuteman splinter group who was sentenced to death
today for murders committed during a drug-related
Arizona home invasion—although no-one alleges she fired
the shots or was even in the room when the killings
occurred. (Forde denies she was present at all. In
contrast, another Arizona jury just convicted Iraqi

Faleh Almaleki, who admittedly drove a car over his
daughter and another woman in one of those

Muslim “honor


mere second degree murder

But there are precisely 0 (zero) items
if you

google “Samuel
Lee Conway”


Jeremy Pickney
, the two black defendants
accused of murdering five whites in the November 12,
2009, Pearcy (AR) Massacre.

Funny thing.

Three weeks ago
, my editor,

Peter Brimelow
, made a seemingly minor request of
me: Find out when these two were slated for trial.

I had initially written about this
racial atrocity for

on February 9, 2010, in

Never Heard of the Pearcy Massacre? One Guess Why
And this remains the
only national

But let me tell you, everyone in the
Garland County
criminal justice establishment knows
exactly who
these guys are. When you mention the defendants to
anyone—including agency secretaries—you get one or both
of the following reactions:

  • “I know them well.”

  • “There is a gag order in that case.”

that`s all you get.

Criminal justice Affirmative Action
seems to be
reaching new heights in Garland County. An

anti-white racist
accused of being both a mass
murderer and a
serial killer
stands to get away with at least six

Meanwhile, public defender

Madison P.
seeks to get his client, Samuel
Lee Conway, a get-out-of-jail-free card for six murders
by playing the
“crazy card,”
under cover of a gag order and

an MSM blackout
, which mean that Aydelott`s
machinations are hidden from the public. Conway`s
co-defendant, Jeremy Pickney, isn`t quite so fortunate.

The Pearcy Massacre 

On November 12, 2009, a crew robbed
the Pearcy, Arkansas, Gentry family of some wire rims
and flat screen TVs—and shot and killed,
execution-style, 80-year-old Edward Earl Gentry Sr.; his
56-year-old son, Edward
Gentry Jr.; Eddie`s 52-year-old wife, Pam; Eddie and
Pam`s 24-year-old son, Jeremy; and Jeremy`s 19-year-old
girlfriend, Kristen Warneke.

killers left the father dead in his home. However, after
they murdered the other four victims in the son`s
adjacent home, they torched it. The bodies were burned
so badly that they could only be identified via dental

Pearcy, a

96.4 percent non-Hispanic white
Central Arkansas
hamlet of

(depending on the source),

“known for its
championship-winning high school football team"
is as close to crime-free as a contemporary American
community can be. Statewide, the risk of being robbed is
8.57 times as high as

in Pearcy
, and nationally, it is 14.29 times as
high. The risk of being murdered is 2.8 times greater
statewide and 2.38 times greater nationally.

Sheriff`s deputies went to nearby Hot Springs to arrest
suspects Marvin Lamar Stringer, Samuel Lee Conway, and
Jeremy Pickney. Stringer opened fire, wounding Deputy
Jason Lawrence and dying in the ensuing gunfight.

I`ll take the late Marvin Stringer`s response as the
equivalent of a guilty plea.

Conway and Pickney fled. But they were caught a few
hours later, and still enjoy the presumption of
innocence…well, sort of. More on that anon.

“In addition to five counts of capital murder,
punishable by the death penalty or life in
prison without parole, the two are each charged
with arson, aggravated residential burglary, two
counts, theft of a firearm, two counts, theft of
property more than $500 and theft of property
more than $2,500.”

suspects arraigned
by Richard Rasmussen,
The Sentinel-Record, March 16, 2010.]

Inquiring minds have all sorts of
questions: Did the killers, who police said “stayed a
at the Gentry place [Five
Murder Victims Identified And Released To Family
by Katherine-Marie Yancy, November 18, 2009], rape
and/or torture anyone, à la the

Wichita Massacre

Knoxville Horror
, or Winchester Atrocity (here

)? Why would anyone commit mass murder following
a penny ante robbery? And why burn the bodies?

Conway and Pickney have not been
charged with

, but it might be impossible for an

to determine rape on such badly burned
bodies. However, my request last year for a copy of the
autopsy report was refused.

Judge Switzer`s Gag

As I reported last year,
Garland County District Court Judge David Switzer
almost immediately slapped a gag order on the case. So I
was not able to answer this question or any of the

can find only a handful of local news stories on this
case, and nothing from the national MSM, in the last 12

A March 6, 2010 story reported that
Conway had claimed to a girlfriend that the killings
were revenge for Jeremy Gentry trying to “steal”
the killers` “stuff.” [Said
to be revenge seekers, 2 charged with murder of 5

by Ginny LaRoe, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette,
March 6, 2010.]

It`s so
typical of a
lone, scrawny, young white guy with no violent history,
to decide to rip off a gang of hardcore, black career
felons. And that provocation of course justifies five

In a second, undated story, likely

March 16, 2010
, by Little Rock TV station KTHV, the
AP`s Amanda Terrebonne reported:

men charged in the deaths of five people in Pearcy have
pleaded not guilty to

capital murder
and other felony counts

“Samuel Lee Conway and Jeremy Pickney entered the pleas
Monday during a Garland County Circuit Court hearing in
Hot Springs….

“Garland County prosecuting attorney Joe Graham said
Tuesday no trial date has been set.”

Conway, Jeremy Pickney enter not guilty pleas
“11 months ago.”]

And you needed the Associated Press—not
the local press—just to get that much!

From the national MSM, all we got were
two brief items by CNN just after the killings,
the first of which was sent down the memory hole when
the second was posted on the same URL. To America`s
media, black-on-white mass murders

do not count as news.

Granted, the five victims of the Pearcy Massacre were
not famous. But their lives all mattered. Even the
killers of ordinary people once typically met justice
with lightning swiftness. And we`re talking about
five murders at
one time


veteran Edward Earl Gentry Sr. had served his
country in three wars: World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.
The veteran who goes in harm`s way and survives combat,
only to later be murdered stateside, is today becoming a
sickeningly common story line (see



Defendants Sam Conway and Jeremy
Pickney should have been either convicted and
executed—or acquitted and freed—over a year ago. But in
this age of

black jury nullification

immigrant jurors
both hostile to, and ignorant of
our legal system, and

mischievous judges

, the odds are that, if convicted,
neither will ever meet with justice.

Stix On The Trail

 My first stop: the office of

Garland County Prosecuting Attorney Steve Oliver
. I
made some small talk with Oliver`s assistant, Terry, and
then launched into my spiel.

calling about a five homicide case of four members of
the Gentry family, and one Kristen Warneke, who was the
son`s girlfriend, from November 12, 2009.

Terry: O.k., I
know the case, yes, sir.

I wanted to get an update on the trial date.

Terry: O.k., you
need to speak to […]. I`m going to transfer you to her
line, and she can get all your contact information for

Terry: What is
your relation to this case?

I`m sorry, I`m a journalist. I`ve been writing on it.

Terry: O.k., then
you need to speak to a prosecutor. Hold on just one

O.k., thanks.

Terry: Sir?

Yes, ma`am.

Terry: Sir,
there`s a gag order issued by the judge in that case

not asking for any classified information, I`m just
trying to get trial dates.

Terry: Don`t raise
your voice at me!

Excuse me?

[Pregnant pause.]

didn`t raise my voice at you.


[Unclear] talk, because there`s a gag order.

I`m just asking for a trial date.

Terry: I can give
you that, if one has been issued.


[Speaking slowly
and quietly and patronizingly, as I am now extremely
annoyed, having already asked three times for the darned
trial dates
Right, and you can`t give it to me if one hasn`t been
issued, so has one been issued?

line went dead. She cut me off!

still didn`t have [……]`s telephone number, or a
prosecutor`s number.

does a gag order have to do with trial dates? Trial
dates aren`t classified information. Terry just didn`t
want to give me any information.

 So I drafted my wife a.k.a. The Boss,
who has a sweet, little-girl telephone voice with that


While I re-dialed PA Oliver`s office, The Boss furiously
crossed herself, again and again, in order to try and
get some divine assistance!

Prosecutor`s Office.

The Boss: Hello,
good day. Can I speak with [….] please?

Terry: I can give
you her number, but she is already gone for the day.

So why had she wasted my time, in the first place?!]

TB: O.k., can I have it?

Terry: Yes, it`s

TB: Thank you.

Terry: You`re

(Merriment reigns in the Stix household!)

Well, I made some more calls and finally found someone
who would give me the information. Although the person
in question was simply doing that person`s job, I am not
going to mention the person`s name, office, or even sex,
out of fear that the person might somehow suffer

The defendants have severed their
cases. Sam Conway`s “proposed” trial dates are
April 26-28, and Jeremy Pickney`s trial is slated for
June 14-17.

All capital murder cases are tried in
the Circuit Court, in this case with

Judge John Homer Wright
presiding, and

Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Terri Harris

representing The People.

that`s not all folks. Conway may never go to trial.

A story dated “five months ago”
, but which,
to judge from the comments to it, likely appeared on
September 28, 2010, reported Conway`s additional
indictment for a sixth murder, committed back in
2005, of a woman of unspecified race named Mary

I guess she tried to “steal”
his “stuff”,

Thus, Conway is now charged with not only being a mass
murderer—but with being a serial killer.

“Authorities have charged three people in the 2005
slaying of a woman in Hot Springs, and one of the
suspects already faces capital murder charges over the
deaths of five people in Pearcy last year.

Sentinel-Record in Hot Springs reports that 24-year-old
Samuel Conway, his brother 35-year-old Detric Conway and
a woman, 23-year-old Dominic N. Hobson are all charged
with capital murder for the killing of 50-year-old Mary

“Samuel Conway and another suspect are charged with the
Pearcy slayings.

“Detric Conway and Hobson have entered not guilty pleas
to Anderson`s slaying. Samuel Conway is awaiting a
mental evaluation and has not made a court appearance
yet to answer his latest murder charge. All are in

Conway, Detric Conway, Dominic Hobson charged with
killing Mary Anderson
by Lindsey Tugman, KTHV,
“5 months ago.”

A “mental evaluation”? A career
felon suddenly deciding he needs a mental evaluation
when facing the possibility of being executed for six
murders is proof of sanity. (“Sure
there`s a catch. Catch-22.”
) People who really
are crazy tend to deny it in court.

When a defendant charged with murder
pleads “mental incompetence,” “insanity,”
“temporary insanity,”
etc., that implies a
confession—he did it, but should not be held legally
culpable for his acts.

course, this ruse is currently working for Gregory Devon
Murphy (here

), the racist, black “alleged” killer of
white eight-year-old

Kevin Shifflett
in Alexandria, VA. It may be yet
another form of criminal justice Affirmative Action for

black psychopaths

Asking Aydelott

Conway`s attorney, Pat Aydelott, works
both in private practice, in the town of Conway (a
and for the taxpayer-financed
Arkansas Public
Defender Commission
(APDC) in Little Rock. I spent
almost a week tracking him down, leaving him voice-mail
messages at both of his offices and a detailed e-mail,
explaining what I sought, emphasizing that I was
inquiring about the case that was not under a gag

The little I was able to determine
about Attorney Aydelott was that he is an anti-death
penalty zealot

who plays the “crazy card”
, in seeking to get
guilty-as-hell murderers off scot-free. (He also likes
to stall for time.) 

When I finally reached Aydelott on
February 14, well, things went about the way they`d been
going. He didn`t know from any email or messages. And he
kept calling me “Mr. Sick” and “Mr. Stick.”
I felt like Jack Nicholson`s detective Jake Gittes, who
interviews John Huston`s evil zillionaire Noah Cross in


where Cross keeps deliberately calling Gittes, “Mr.

wrote you about the Mary Anderson case, in which you are
defending Mr. Samuel Lee Conway.

PA: Alright, what`s your interest in that?

interest is—I`m writing on the case—whether he got the
mental evaluation yet.

PA: Okay, well the Sam Conway case is under a gag order in a separate—

understanding is that—

PA: —murder case and I`m not going to comment
with you

[emphasis by the speaker]
about an ancellerary
case that occurred five years earlier, because it
concerns the same defendant. I don`t have ability to
separate the two, so you`re not going to get information
from me out of this, under any circumstances, short of a
court order lifting the gag order.

Even though there`s no gag order in the Mary Anderson

PA: Same defendant, sir.

don`t get the point.

PA: Well, read a law book. Thank you.


Defense counsel is ethically obligated to put on a
vigorous defense of his client. But that obligation does
not extend to the subversion of justice through playing
the crazy card. What`s next,

suborning perjury

Ultimately, I learned elsewhere that
Conway`s mental evaluation is “pending”—and thus
that he does not yet have a trial date in the Anderson

Pat “Crazy Card” Aydelott is
going for a daily double: Getting Conway out of both
trials and into a mental hospital, where in a few years
he can be declared healed”
and released
, so that he can go back to
“allegedly” murdering people.

first six murders are on the house!

Amid the silence imposed Judge
Switzer`s gag order and the silence by media, who have
in reporting

black mass murderers
of whites, Aydelott would like
nothing better than to
Sam Conway.

Conclusion: Trial
Still On, If AR (and US) Establishment Cares

Eventually, I found a highly placed
source who informed me that Conway`s mental evaluation
for the Mary Anderson case is indeed irrelevant to the
Pearcy Massacre case—i.e., the cases can be
separated—and thus that Conway`s April 26-28 trial dates
will not be affected by it.

My source further explained that the
gag order was per the request of

Jeremy Pickney`s public defender,
Mark Fraiser.[Email
] The source added that in Garland County,
defense counsel asks for a gag order in
capital murder cases “pretty
in order to “not try the case in the
—and that judges grant the requests “a 100
of the time.

Apparently, the local media are
perfectly happy with this arrangement. They have a
“don`t ask, don`t tell”
rule regarding such cases.

So much for Justice Louis ("…
sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants"

Meanwhile, expect Pat
“Crazy Card” Aydelott to try every ruse imaginable in order to
prevent his client from going to trial for any of the
six murders on the table—or for any others that might
yet be unearthed.

I will report whatever I can find out
about further developments, including any trials that
take place. Don`t expect to learn anything from the
national MSM.

is the only national outlet
covering the Pearcy Massacre.

Who do you think the Gentrys were,

drug dealers?

And to Pat Aydelott: Read a law book!

Nicholas Stix [email

him] lives in New York City, which he
views from the perspective of its public
transport system, experienced in his
career as an educator. His weekly column
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