Black People : Missing Girl in Aruba; Racial Tension

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  1. Ledda

    Ledda Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Ok, I don't have a site you can go to yet because what I've heard was just aired on CNN during the Nancy Grace show, but the more I hear the angier I'm getting. They now have five suspects arrested, three are security guards. The first two suspects they arrested stated that (long story short) they were "with" her in a car, she was drunk and they dropped her off back at the Holiday Inn where they watched her walk away until a security guard approached her and then they left. All of the men they have in custody are black. The white media is making this white girl seem so angelic. That she was an honor student and has a full scholarship to some college. If indeed she was so smart why did she separate from her friends and go off with men she didn't know? Her friends say she left a club with three men. She's 18 and was drinking. I don't know what the age laws are in Aruba but if she was drinking there most likely she's been drinking long before now underage. Also her step-father made an interesting statement, something to the effect of, "If she's somewhere in a crackhouse we can deal with that and help her with that. We just want her to come back." That's not an exact quote but it was something very much like that. Why would a parent say that about their child if the child had never had an issue with drugs before? It seems as if this girl isn't as innocent as they're portraying her to be. One of the lawyeres for one of the security guards said he wasn't even on duty that night. All of these men are being held but haven't been charged of anything. This is the major reason I want to go to law school. I'm tired of seeing our black men screwed over in the system.
     
  2. Ralfa'il

    Ralfa'il Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Ledda

    I was waiting on somebody to bring this topic up.

    I agree with you, one skanky white girl comes up missing and they expect the entire island to shutdown and help find her.



    Excellent observation....I came to the same conclusion.

    When one of our girls come up missing the first thing the media does is try to assasinate her character by bringing up how many children she has, all of her addictions, the neighborhood she grew up in, criminal history, ect....

    When something happens to one of their own, they parade her friends on television one after another talking about how responsible she is and how she'd never do anything that would give her family trouble....knowing full well most white kids have troubled relationships with their parents.
    They even bring the community's minister on television as a character witness and hold candle-light vigils.


    *And notice it's the BLONDE girls the media always seems to make the biggest fuss about.
    Never black, latino, or dark haired white girls....always the blondes.


    I tell ya, this case reminds me of that Elizabeth Smart case in Utah a few years back when that white girls Mormon father SOLD her to a crazy man for marriage and then told the police she was kidnapped sending the American media in a frenzy to find her.
     
  3. Ledda

    Ledda Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yeah, I noticed how they kept repeating that she was a "responsible" young woman. If she'd been so responsible she'd still be with her family and friends. It looks like they're on a witch hunt for black men down there.
     
  4. Destee

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    Brother Ralfa'il ... i've never heard this before ... where'd you get that from?

    :heart:

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  5. Ralfa'il

    Ralfa'il Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Destee


    The media eventually dribbled it out months after the case was "solved".

    They didn't want to tarnish the image of Mormonism by resurrecting the issues of polygamy, incest, and arranged marriage so they kept it on the DL and just focused on her being safely returned.

    I suspected it all along, and Elizabeth all of a sudden getting amnesia and not remembering how she was "abducted" just confirmed my suspicions that she was sold by her father to this lunatic.
     
  6. Kingpin

    Kingpin Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    You have got to be kidding!! I would like to see the sight where the media leaked this info. Also what did he sell his daughter for, a pack of smokes and some handyman work. For heavens sake the man didnt even have a job except for the one her father gave him and he repaid him by kidnapping his daughter and doing god only knows what.

    You are very good at making blanket statements with no factual information to back up your statements!!!!!

    Dont you think her "amnesia" was to protect herself from having to explain to every sick perverted person out there how this evil vile person sexually assaulted her repeatedly. Or perhaps you would have liked to have heard about that since she is only a "skanky white girl" and not worth being thought of as a human being!!!

    SICK!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    There is a lot of speculation with this case, and little to no facts. The two men in jail for suspicion of murdering this girl supposedly were last seen walking away with her. Both have a history of picking up women for sex, or begging for cigarettes. Since this young lady probably would have had cigarettes in her purse, and wasn't giving these men directions. They only thing that logically be assumed is that she left to have a threesome with them. As much as the media would like to portray otherwise (promotion the pure values of this blonde haired, blue eyed white woman): Single women going to these Caribbean Islands and getting turn out by the exotic looking, shiny black bucks is part of the typical experience. It can be safe to assume that these men twisted her out, it is not a logical assumption that they killed her.

    Like most Carribean Islands, tourism is Aruba's primary source of income. The island's entire economy revolves around tourism in some way. No one in their right mind would harm a tourist...that would be suicidal. The truth is an unsupervised 18 year old could find numerous ways to get into trouble: This young lady could have gone for a swim and drowned...could have been attacked by a shark...could have fallen off a cliff. No one really knows what happened to her, and can't say for certain until/unless her body is found. The quick arrest of these men is simply damage control by the authorities of Aruba (no doubt under pressure from the Dutch). They want to Island to still be considered a safe tourist spot. Thus they will find the culprits even if they aren't guilty. No doubt new travel brochures will assure people: "Come to Aruba, unlike other Caribbean Islands, here our local black studs don't twist your white wives & daughters insides out"!
     
  8. bigtown

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    Can you explain why this girl never tried to escape all the way up to the last minute? I'm not saying I agree with him about her being sold, but I wouldn't be surprised if she went of her own free will.

    That's my "BIG" opinion.
     
  9. Kingpin

    Kingpin Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I'm not an expert on Mormons by any streatch of the imagination, but here's my reasoning on the subject. The Mormon religion seems to be fairly male dominated. The girl was only 13 yrs old and being raised in that religion would explain why she listened to him and was easily controlled.

    The man in question is a drifter with no work, why would her father want to sell her to a man like that?? Every picture of the family showes them to be pretty well off financially, so it doesn't make sense to me at all.
     
  10. Ralfa'il

    Ralfa'il Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    KingPin

    What does it matter to YOU one way or the other?

    If I said her father rented her out as a $5 hooker every weekend, why would you be so concerned.....unless maintaining the integrity of white women is more important than the truth.
     
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