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Sunday, November 02, 2014

New York City: The October 23, 2014 Hatchet Attack on White Cops by Black Supremacist Zale Thomnpson: A Photoessay  

 
NYPD Officer Kenneth Healey during happier times

 

NYPD Officer Kenneth Healey, second from right, in picture snapped seconds before attack

 

Cop down, after October 23 hatchet attack in Jamaica, Queens

 

NYPD Officer Kenneth Healey drenched in blood October 23, 2014

 

Ignoring his own wounds, NYPD Officer Joseph Meeker helps Officer Kenneth Healey

 

NYPD Officers Kenneth Healey, left, and Joseph Meeker

 

Zale Thompson runs at white NYPD officers with his ax during the attack

 

Zale Thompson dead with hatchet in hand

 

Thompson's bloody hatchet on the ground

 

Racist, failed would-be cop-killer Zale Thompson

 

Zale Thompson, January 28, 2004, apparently one of his California mug shots

 

Zale Thompson’s father, Ralph, October 25, 2014; the apple didn't fall far from the tree

 

NYPD Officer Kenneth Healey in wheelchair, being released from hospital to rehab

 

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Photographs of the Seven Whites Brandon B. Howell is Suspected of Having Murdered 

War crime victims Nicholas Travis, 19, of Lenexa, KS, and Tabitha Brewer, 16, of Shawnee, KS, circa 1998

 

War crime victims George, 80, and Ann Taylor, 86

 

War crime victims Alice Lorene Hurst, 88, far left; her son, Darrel, 63, center; and Susan Choucroun, 69

 

Suspected war criminal Brandon B. Howell, 34, is believed to have murdered all of the above whites in 1998 and on September 2, 2014, respectively. Look at how proud he is.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Susan Choucran, 69

Monday, August 18, 2014


Tuesday, August 12, 2014


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Thursday, June 12, 2014

 
 
 

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