Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Two White Reporters killed on live TV by a Gay Black Guy ..... Video

Reporters Alison Parker & Camraman Adam Ward were murdered this morning on live TV, Station WDBJ7.... 
Alison Ward with Fiancee 
Vester The Murderer

A manhunt is underway for a gunman who killed a local news reporter and photographer on live television Wednesday morning during a routine interview outside Moneta, Virginia.

Alison Parker was interviewing a woman at about 6:45 a.m. when shots rang out. Both women screamed.
As the camera fell to the ground, the audience caught the briefest glimpse of a man who appeared to point a gun toward the downed cameraman.
The station cut away to a shocked anchor, Kimberly McBroom, back in the studio.
Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27, were killed in the shooting at Bridgewater Plaza near Moneta, the station, WDBJ-TV, reported later.
Ward's fiancée was in the control room and saw the shooting, WDBJ General Manager Jeff Marks told CNN.
    The woman being interviewed, Vicki Gardner, executive director of the Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce, was shot in the back and is in surgery, said Barb Nocera, the chamber's special projects manager said.
    The gunman is believed to have fired six or seven times, Marks said.


    Anonymous said...

    Saw a police picture of the killer, a shvartza. I wonder if it will emerge that he is a convert to Islam just like those two stone cold killers driving around murdering after 9/11, also in Virginia, at Home Depot parking lots

    Honky said...

    The NY Post has learned that the shvartza killer sent a manifesto to radio stations announcing he is going to 'get' [expletive] Whites & continue a race war that they started.

    Amazing how effective the election of a Black man, President Osama, and his 'encouraging' actions has been for race relations!

    As Shlomo Hamelech said "eved ki yimloch" is one of the worst things for Mankind. And zet men they are never happy no matter how much power grab they have and no matter how many centuries after the end of slavery.