On July 15, 1993, nearly thirty years ago, the late Kristen Scott-Miller’s killer, an 18-year old named Anthony Georg Simpson, did not commit premeditated murder. This was according to a jury of 12 men and women in Chapel Hill — wokesters, years before the term came into vogue. Although he had loaded his gun and departed with it from his house, Simpson received a second degree murder sentence, making him eligible for parole more than ten years ago.
One Bright Summer Morning
The deceased was on her morning jog. She was 26 and newly married. She had a budding career. Her murderer jumped out of some bushes, demanded something, and attacked her: he pumped five bullets into her at close range. So, quick, let’s let him out today. He’s only had several infractions while incarcerated including violent and sexual transgressions… but I digress.
Let’s review his behavior on that fateful morning when Kristen Scott-Miller’s life came to an abrupt and ultra-violent end. Mr Simpson:
1. stole or otherwise acquired a gun sometime prior to that morning.
2. at some earlier point, bought bullets for the gun, loaded the gun, and brought it with him.
3. accosted Ms. Miller, be it via attempted rape, battery, or other punishable action.
4. who easily out-weighs and out-muscles Ms. Miller, reached for the gun in his pocket that had been there all morning.
5. fired the gun once, then thrice more times.
Then, as she lay quivering, Simpson hovered over, and at close range, fired a fifth bullet that literally blew off her head.
Victimized Twice Over
Murderers such as Simpson are authentic menaces to society. Brainwashed by decades of ‘lamestream’ blather, the social sentiment of some people, such as the jury in question, enable such assailants to not meet their just fates.
In 30 years, has anything in this realm improved? Actually, the situation has gotten worse. Along with woke juries, every day George Soros-funded district attorneys in 20% of the major cities across America allow bonafide murderers to walk around freely.
I am ashamed when I look in the faces of dedicated police officers. These brave men and women are asked to put their lives on the line to capture the social misfits of the world, only to have very confused juries pave the way to have such people as Mr. Simpson back on the streets.
Coming to a Street Near You
It’s scary to think that teenagers roam the streets of any city with guns in their pockets and the capacity to blow off the heads of anybody who they encounter. It’s scarier, however, to consider that many juries, in their misguided attempts to serve justice, are dupes that facilitate more murders.
With no feeling of remorse whatsoever, this murderer has amply shown that he will end someone’s life. Given the opportunity to do so again he will, most likely another North Carolinian. A civilized society must not allow such people to have that capability again. If this murderer ever walks out of prison free, it sure as hell won’t be in my name.