The Battleground Florida of Trayvon Martin, Raymond Herisse—And Gary Lenard Holmes

I suspect that the plutocrats running the U.S. into the ground think that, as diversity marches on into (almost) every nook and cranny of America, these embarrassing crime statistics will equalize.

Mug shot of Gary Lenard Holmes; note the jailhouse tattoos on his neck

Florida, as journalistic shorthand has it, is a “battleground state”—not just in the presidential election, but because of the silent struggle raging as relentless immigration-driven demographic shift brings into question whether the state can remain part of the territory of the historic American nation.

The crime epidemic that drove George Zimmerman to become a neighborhood watch captain (see below), leading to his fatal encounter with Trayvon Martin, is one symptom of this struggle. The furor over the shooting of “Haitian Youth” Raymond Herisse in Miami Beach last Memorial Day, during the increasingly chaotic celebration of “Urban Beach Week, was another (Most people will have by now forgotten, but black activists and their Main Stream Media allies sought mightily to turn the Herisse shooting into a typical race hoax, in which a sweet, innocent black male was murdered by racist cops. It just didn’t take.)

The story I report below is a third symptom. It happened two weeks before the Zimmerman/ Martin case. But you didn’t hear about it, did you? One guess why not.

On February 12, a 25-year-old Coral Springs mom was sleeping with her one-week old newborn. It was a lovely Sunday night, and she’d left the sliding door in the other room open a little, for ventilation. At about 8 p.m., she was awakened by the sound of someone opening the door all the way, and entering.

She grabbed her cell phone and dialed 911, but before she could tell the dispatcher her address, the perpetrator was on her, slashing her hands and grabbing the phone. He demanded valuables from her.

The victim put up a ferocious struggle. The attacker dragged her to the kitchen, where he forced her to wash the blood off her hands, then dragged her into another bedroom, where he raped and sodomized her, thereafter sexually assaulting her in the hallway. All told, he sexually assaulted her three times. Throughout the ordeal, he beat her repeatedly about the eyes, and choked her until she almost passed out.


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