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Quadruple Murder In DC Apparently BOTH Immigrant Mass Murder And Disgruntled Minority Massacre
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May 21, 2015, 07:23 PM
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Here at VDARE.com we've identified certain patterns of murder not usually noticed by the MSM. The MSM is all over "gun violence", any crime they can call "racist", and certain types of "extremist" violence, but considers race and crime unmentionable.

They don't notice what we refer to as "Immigrant Mass Murder", or what I recently called the "Disgruntled Minority Massacre." If you read my article Alton Nolen Not A Muslim Terrorist, But An American Phenomenon—116 People, Mostly Whites, Have Been Killed By 18 Black “Disgruntled Employees” In The Last 40 Years, it explains the phenomenon of the Disgruntled Minority Masscre, but the short version can be seen in the headline of this blog post: Disgruntled Minority Massacre in Manhattan: Black Employee, Fired, Comes Back And Shoots Two.

Well, this recent killing of four people in Washington seems to combine both phenomena. Daron Dylon Wint, "born in Guyana", is alleged to have killed his employer, his employer's wife, their ten-year old child, and their Salvadoran housekeeper. The fact that he worked for them before the killings is Police Chief Cathy Lanier means by saying that it's not a random crime.

“For residents of the District who are rightfully scared and want answers as to why and how this family may have been involved, we want to give you as many answers as we can,” Lanier said at a news conference Thursday. “What we can tell you right now is that we do believe there is a connection between the suspect in this case through the business. So right now, it does not appear that this was a random crime.”
So DC residents don't have worry about random black people coming into their homes and killing all of them—unless they have black employees.
Suspect in quadruple killings worked for victims’ family business, police say

D.C. police: Quadruple homicide was not random crime(1:23)

[caption id="attachment_60918" align="aligncenter" width="474"]This combination of undated photos provided by the Washington, D.C., police shows Daron Dylon Wint. The police issued a news release late Wednesday, May 20, 2015, saying they are looking for Wint in connection with last Thursday's quadruple homicide of a wealthy Washington family and their housekeeper inside their multimillion-dollar home. (Metropolitan Police Department via AP) This combination of undated photos provided by the Washington, D.C., police shows Daron Dylon Wint. The police issued a news release late Wednesday, May 20, 2015, saying they are looking for Wint in connection with last Thursday's quadruple homicide of a wealthy Washington family and their housekeeper inside their multimillion-dollar home. (Metropolitan Police Department via AP)[/caption]

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said in a news conference that Daron Dylon Wint, the suspect in the quadruple homicide in Northwest Washington, is in Brooklyn. (Executive Office of Mayor Muriel Bowser) By Peter Hermann and Lynh Bui May 21 at 3:00 PM

D.C. police on Thursday said the suspect in the quadruple slaying in Upper Northwest Washington at one point worked for the victims’ family business and is believed to be in New York.

Police continued to search for Daron Dylon Wint, a suspect in the killings of Savvas Savopoulos, his wife, son and housekeeper in their home.

Wint, 34, is charged in a warrant with first-degree murder while armed. Authorities have issued a reward up to $25,000 for information leading to his arrest and conviction. Wint is believed to still be armed and possibly hiding in the Brooklyn area of New York, officials said.

During a news conference, D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier and Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) described Wint as standing 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 155 pounds. Bowser called the slayings “an act of evil.”

Savopoulos, 46, his wife, Amy Savopoulos, 47, their 10-year-old son Philip and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, 57, of Silver Spring were found dead May 14 after a fire was set at the Savopoulos home. Police believe they had been held overnight and, at one point, may have been bound. Authorities said three of the victims suffered blunt-force or sharp-object wounds. [More]

Aside from race and immigration issues, I just want to remind you that the District of Columbia still restricts the possession of firearms for self-defense, and that capital punishment in the District of Columbia is forbidden by law.