Sunday, November 24, 2013

Phillip Chism left a note beside Collen Ritzer's brutalized body: "I hate you all"

Colleen Ritzer, 24
An indictment released today charged Chism with murder, aggravated rape and armed robbery in connection with the savage attack, Essex County prosecutors said.

Police finally reveal what may have been the motive behind the brutal rape and murder of Colleen Ritzer. They say he left behind a note that read, "I hate you all".  It's anyone's guess who the "you all" is that Chism is referring to, but since she is white and he is black, I'm going to say he hates white people.  Of course there has not been a hate crime attached to his charges and by all appearances, there will likely not be any such charges in the future.


Chism, wearing gloves and red sweatshirt with the hood pulled over his head, enters the bathroom after Colleen Ritzer....
Phillip Chism, 14, 6'1" admitted to brutally raping and murdering Colleen Ritzer
Phillip Chism raped Colleen Ritzer with an "object" - the rape was brutal and what was done to her was "unspeakable" according to investigators.  After he raped Colleen, this beautiful woman with a bright future ahead of her and a family that adored her, he punched her in the face, slit her throat, and threw her into a recycling bin along with the note, "I hate you all".  Chism is caught on camera dragging the bin with Colleen's dead and brutalized body into the woods.  He then changes clothes and goes to McDonalds and a movie, courtesy of the credit card he stole from Colleen's wallet.

This, my friends, is a monster.  This monster didn't happen overnight - there's a reason he was moved from his previous school and I intend to find out what that reason was.  I hope, for their sake, the previous school is not covering up for him the way the Miami Dade School System covered up for Trayvon Martin.  It's illegal to do so, and in this case, deadly.

I don't want to hear he has a mental illness...I don't care - someone should have gotten him help if that's the case.  Whatever turned him into a monster will be revealed and we need to pay close attention and learn from it.

A divorce agreement filed when Chism was two states that his father, Stacy Chism, was to have restricted access to his children due to 'physical abuse, sexual abuse, or a pattern of emotional abuse.'

So now comes the black logic -- when a black teen does something horrific...it's just growing pains...it's normal...he was such a good kid...just ask his Uncle Terrence...
Chism's uncle, Terrence Chism Blaine, told CNN that the boy's parents are now separated and that the father -- a former military man -- now lives in Florida.
Blaine told CNN affiliate WKRN in Nashville, Tennessee, last week that something may have provoked his nephew.
"Might could have been upset," Blaine said. "You know -- teenagers go through that. He's 14, he's growing up still. That's the only thing that I can imagine. I can't imagine anything else because he's like a storybook kid -- a perfect family."
Spare me.

Rest in Peace Colleen
Honor: The Boston Redsox paused before Game One of the World Series at Fenway Park Wednesday night for a moment of silence to honor Ritzer - Getty Images



2 comments:

  1. You're a racist bitch. Race has nothing to do with it so why bring up the fact that he's black if it were a white guy everybody would say he was fucked up in the brain not if it were a black guy, even his classmates described him as nice and quiet he's not receiving special attention cause of his race get over yourself

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    1. The fact is, he's black. His classmates only knew him a few months. Obviously they didn't know him well, he raped, butchered, and robbed their teacher.

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