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The animals pictured below raped Christopher Newsom, cut off his penis, then set him on fire and fatally shot him several times while they forced his girlfriend, Channon Christian, to watch. An even more cruel fate awaited her!

Channon Christian, was beaten and gang-raped in many ways for four days by all of them, while they took turns urinating on her. Then they cut off her breast and put chemicals in her mouth ... and then murdered her.

Dozens of New Charges in Double Murder Case Announced Posted: 5:05 PM Feb 1, 2007. Last Updated: 11:40 AM Feb 8, 2007. Reporter: Whitney Daniel, WVLT Staff

Knoxville (WVLT) - The District Attorney General of Knox County announced the list of charges facing now five suspects in the double murder of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom.

The District Attorney General Randy Nichols is not saying whether or not he will seek the death penalty, but he does say the state will seek conviction for all charges filed in a 24-page indictment from the Knox County Grand Jury.

Lemaricus Davidson, 25, faces a total of 46 charges. Davidson was indicted on 16 counts of Felony Murder growing out of rape, robbery kidnapping and theft of Channon Christian and Chris Newsom, 2 counts premeditated murder of Christian and Newsom, 2 counts especially aggravated robberies from Christian and Newsom, 4 counts especially aggravated kidnapping of Christian and Newsom, 20 counts aggravated rape of Christian and Newsom, and 2 counts of theft from Christian and Newsom.

Letalvis Cobbins, 24, faces a total of 46 charges. Cobbins was indicted on 16 counts of Felony Murder growing out of rape, robbery kidnapping and theft of Channon Christian and Chris Newsom, 2 counts premeditated murder of Christian and Newsom, 2 counts especially aggravated robberies from Christian and Newsom, 4 counts especially aggravated kidnapping of Christian and Newsom, 20 counts aggravated rape of Christian and Newsom, and 2 counts of theft from Christian and Newsom.

George Thomas, 24, faces a total of 46 charges. Thomas was indicted on 16 counts of Felony Murder growing out of rape, robbery kidnapping and theft of Channon Christian and Chris Newsom, 2 counts premeditated murder of Christian and Newsom, 2 counts especially aggravated robberies from Christian and Newsom, 4 counts especially aggravated kidnapping of Christian and Newsom, 20 counts aggravated rape of Christian and Newsom, and 2 counts of theft from Christian and Newsom.

Just last night, police in Lebanon, Kentucky, arrested 18-year-old Vanessa Coleman. She faces 40 Tennessee state charges. Coleman was indicted on 12 counts Felony Murder growing out of rape, robbery kidnapping and theft of Channon Christian and Chris Newsom, 1 count Premeditated Murder of Christian only, 1 count Especially Aggravated Robbery of Newsom only, 4 counts especially aggravated kidnapping of Christian and Newsom, 20 counts of aggravated rape of Christian and Newsom and 2 Counts of theft from Christian and Newsom.

Eric Boyd, 24, also arrested in connection with the fatal carjacking, only faces federal charges as an accessory after the fact. He was not indicted by Knox county grand jury.

Felony Murder carries a possibility of death, life without the possibility of parole and life with parole. Especially Aggravated Robbery is a Class A felony that carries a possibility of 15 to 60 years in prison. Aggravated Rape is a Class A felony that carries a possibility of 15 to 60 years of prison.

At a news conference Thursday, Nichols commended the cooperative efforts between several departments and credits that cooperation for the fast pace this case is moving through the court system.

Nichols says he hopes to move the case to trial on the first day it's set.

The four are expected to make their first court appearance within ten to fifteen days.

This is certainly a case garnering a lot of public interest, Nichols recognizes that and says he expects all kinds of requests filed in this case, including a change of venue in order to receive a fair trial. But he says he does hope 12 Knox County jurors will be able to determine the guilt or innocence of these suspects.



Where be the Revs Al and Jesse? Are they providing counsel and help to the families of the victims?

Of course not - the victims were WHITE!

Why hasn't this received National coverage by the news media like the Duke "rape" case?

Oh, that's right - the victims were WHITE!

Why hasn't the NAACP, ACLU, New York Times etc., called for an investigation?

Must be cause the victims were WHITE!

Why hasn't the FBI been called in to investigate this as a hate crime?

Oh, that's right - the victims were WHITE!

All of the bleeding heart liberals are so busy trying to outlaw the word ****** (but not words such as cracker, honky, white trash etc.), but it seems to me that this crime certainly justifies its use! If these five aren't ******s, then what are they?


I can't wait to hear the spin the lawyers for the five animals will put on this - the white's brought it on themselves - the accused are victims of an oppresive white society - the accused came from broken homes - they all have learning disabilities - they are disadvantaged - they never finished school - they be po - yaddam yadda, yadda.......


Don't believe this? Go ahead, do a GOOGLE search and see for yourself.
 

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That's just sick. It's crazy that people like this live in our world.
 

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I hope they all fry!!!!........................Twice!!!!!!!
 

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Larry excellent points here:

People need to take the responsibilities for their actions and clean up their acts and stop blaming their own faults for our past history. These people like Jackson and Sharpton continue to drive a wedge between the people of this country and are two of the biggest bigot racist in the United States and are always playing the black race card. They are both worthless scum and when people can finally see through these two people that there only intent is for self glorification and see what the NAACP really is then maybe this country can move out of the pre-60 era.

In fact I do believe that MLK even had his suspicion about Jackson and thought he was out to make a name for himself.
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If this scum above committed this crime then they deserve no trial, execute them. They no longer serve any purpose on this Earth to breath the same air as the rest of us.
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If you recall something like this happened in UTAH about 20 years ago. Only issue is that several of the people survived.

During a holdup of an Ogden, Utah, stereo shop, Andrews and Pierre Dale Selby forced five employees and customers to drink liquid Drano. The men said they got the idea from the Clint Eastwood movie Magnum Force, in which a pimp kills a prostitute by making her drink the product. (Newsday, August 10, 1992)

http://www.answers.com/topic/hi-fi-murders
Hi-Fi Murders

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The so-called Hi-Fi Murders was an infamous criminal case involving murder, rape and robbery which occurred in the Hi-Fi Shop in Ogden, Utah on April 22, 1974.

The crimes were committed by two 19-year-old United States Air Force airmen, Pierre Dale Selby and William Andrews. Selby and Andrews took five people hostage, killed three of them, and left the two who survived with horrific injuries.

Following a trial, both men were found guilty and sentenced to death. The NAACP campaigned to commute Selby and Andrews' death sentences, despite overwhelming physical evidence and witness accounts that identified them as the killers beyond a reasonable doubt.

The robbery, rape, and murders Selby and Andrews entered the Hi-Fi store in Ogden just before closing time, brandishing handguns. Two employees, Stanley Walker, age 20, and Michelle Ansley, age 19, were in the store at the time and taken hostage. Selby and Andrews took the two into the basement of the store, bound them, and then began robbing the store. Later, a 16-year-old boy named Cortney Naisbitt entered the store to thank Walker for helping him with an errand and was also taken hostage and tied up in the basement with Walker and Ansley. Later that evening, Orren Walker, Stanley's 43-year-old father, became worried that his son had not returned home. Orren arrived at the store and was also taken hostage; at this point, Ansley began begging and crying.

After Orren was taken to the basement, Selby ordered Andrews to go out to their van and bring him back something. Andrews returned with a bottle in a brown paper bag, from which Selby poured a cup of blue liquid. Selby ordered Orren to administer the liquid to the other hostages, but he refused, and was bound, gagged and left face-down on the basement floor. Just then, Carol Naisbitt, Cortney's 52-year-old mother, entered the store looking for her son. Carol was taken to the basement, bound, and placed next to her son.

Selby and Andrews then propped each of the victims into sitting positions and forced them to drink the liquid, telling them it was vodka laced with sleeping pills. Rather, it was liquid Drāno. The moment it touched the hostages' lips, enormous blisters rose, and it began to burn their tongues and throats and peel away the flesh around their mouths. Ansley, still begging for her life, was not forced to drink the drain cleaner. Selby and Andrews tried to duct-tape the hostages' mouths shut to hold quantities of drain cleaner in and to silence their screams, but pus oozing from the blisters prevented the adhesive from sticking. Orren Walker was the last to be given the drain cleaner, but seeing what was happening to the other hostages, he allowed it to pour out of his mouth and then faked the convulsions and screams of his son and fellow hostages.

Selby became angry because the deaths were taking too long and were too loud and messy, so he shot both Carol and Cortney Naisbitt in the backs of their heads. Selby then shot at Orren Walker but missed. He then fatally shot Stan Walker before again shooting at Orren, this time grazing the back of his head.

Selby then took Ansley to the far corner of the basement, forced her at gunpoint to remove her clothes, then repeatedly and brutally raped her while Andrews watched. When he was done, he allowed her to use the bathroom while he watched, then dragged her, still naked, back to the other hostages, threw her on her face, and fatally shot her in the back of the head.[1]

Andrews and Selby noted that Orren was still alive, so Selby mounted him, wrapped a wire around his throat, and tried to strangle him. When this failed, Selby and Andrews inserted a ballpoint pen into Orren's ear, and Selby stomped it until it punctured his eardrum, broke, and exited the side of his throat. Selby and Andrews then went upstairs, finished loading equipment into their van, and departed.


Investigation
The victims were discovered almost an hour later when Orren's wife and other son came to the store looking for them. Orren's son heard noises coming from the basement and broke down the back door while Mrs. Walker called the Ogden police. Stan Walker and Ansley were already dead; Carol Naisbitt lived long enough to be loaded into an ambulance, but was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. Although Cortney was not expected to live, he did survive, albeit with severe and irreparable brain damage, and required hospitalization for 266 days before being released. Orren Walker survived, although with extensive burns to his mouth and chin, as well as the damage to his ear caused by the pen.

Hours after news of the crime broke, an Air Force officer called the Ogden police and told them that Andrews had confided in him months earlier, "One of these days I'm going to rob that hi-fi shop, and if anybody gets in the way, I'm going to kill them." Hours after that call was received, two teenage boys dumpster diving near Hill Air Force Base where Selby and Andrews were stationed discovered the victims' wallets and purses, and, recognizing the pictures on the drivers' licenses, called the police. A crowd of Airmen quickly formed, including Selby and Andrews. The detective who responded to the scene, believing that the killers might be in the crowd, put on a show, speaking dramatically and waving each piece of evidence in the air with tongs as he removed them from the dumpster. He later noted in his report that out of all the Airmen gathered around the dumpster, most of whom stood still and watched in relative silence, two in particular paced around the crowd, spoke loudly, and made frantic gestures with their hands. The detective later identified these two Airmen as Selby and Andrews. The detective later received an award from the Utah branch of the Justice Department for his use of proactive techniques.

Based on Selby's and Andrews's reactions to the evidence being removed from the trash bin, and the officer's implication of Andrews, Andrews and Selby were taken into custody and a search warrant was issued for their barracks. Police found fliers for the hi-fi shop and a rental contract for a unit at a public storage facility. Police obtained a warrant for the storage unit, where they discovered several pieces of stereo equipment which were later identified from serial numbers as having been taken from the hi-fi store. During the course of removing the equipment from the storage unit, detectives discovered the half-empty bottle of Drano that had been used on the hostages. Based on this evidence Selby and Andrews were formally charged with the crimes.

A third person, Keith Roberts, who waited outside in a car, was also charged with robbery.


Trial
Selby, Andrews and Roberts were tried jointly for first-degree murder and robbery. Selby and Andrews were convicted of all charges and sentenced to death. Roberts was convicted only of robbery and was sentenced to imprisonment. Roberts was paroled in 1987.

During the trial it was revealed that Selby and Andrews had robbed the store with the intention of killing anyone they came across, and in the months prior to the robbery had been looking for a way to commit the murders quietly and cleanly. The two then repeatedly watched the film Magnum Force[1], in which a prostitute is forced to drink Drāno and is then shown immediately dropping dead. Selby and Andrews decided that this would be an efficient method of murder and decided to use it in their crime. Orren Walker was the star witness for the prosecution. Cortney Naisbitt was too ill to testify. However his father, Dr. Byron Naisbitt, did testify.


Aftermath
Following the issuing of death sentences, the NAACP demanded that Selby and Andrews' sentences be reduced to life with the possibility of parole, claiming that Selby and Andrews had been unfairly convicted since they were both black, and the victims and jury were all white. Andrews was quick to accuse the judicial system of racism following the NAACP's request for reduced sentences, and in an interview with USA Today, he claimed that he had never intended to kill anyone; this was later rebutted when detectives cited a statement by Andrews in which he admitted being the one to purchase the drain cleaner and bring it to the store on the night of the killings.

Selby and Andrews became notoriously hated prisoners, even amongst the black population. They were particularly reviled on death row, especially by Gary Gilmore (also facing capital punishment and imprisoned at the same facility), whose final words to his fellow inmates before being taken to face the firing squad were, "I'll see you in Hell, Pierre and Andrews!" (Referring to Selby by his given name.) Gilmore is reported to have laughed at Selby and Andrews as he passed by their cells.

Despite movements by the NAACP and Amnesty International, Selby and Andrews were both put to death by lethal injection, Selby on August 28, 1987, Andrews five years later in 1992.

The Hi-Fi Murders are still seen as among the worst crimes ever committed in the state of Utah. The case is now taught to FBI trainees at the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia, and it was included as a sample case in the FBI's Crime Classification Manual.

Cortney Naisbitt's story became the basis for the book by Gary Kinder. This book was viewed by many as pioneering because it was one of the first true crime books that focused on the victims of a violent crime rather than the criminals. Cortney was able to return to school more than a year after the incident, and he graduated with his Ogden High School class in 1976. Due to his brain damage, however, he was forced to drop out of college, and because he could not hold down a job, had to apply for social security assistance. Cortney suffered chronic pain for the rest of his life, until his death on June 4 2002 at the age of 44 [1].

Orren Walker, the other victim who survived the brutal attack, died on February 13 2000
 

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Thank god for click and paste Bob or I would have to guess that your finger tips were bloody after that one.......
 

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Thank god for click and paste Bob or I would have to guess that your finger tips were bloody after that one.......
Naw I took the Mavis Bacon speed typing course. Really I had to live through several of these issues while I was on active duty. Had something as bad as Larry's post while I as in Germany. Two GI kiled a German woman then raped her.
 

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Doesn't everyone know.....Hate crimes can only be committed by "white Americans"... The Duke University lacross Rape Lie case got 100 times the press this case did... But the Duke case was dropped real fast when they truth came out that the whole thing was a lie.....Liberalism is clearly a "mental disorder"
 

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It has all to do with race. Of course, a hate crime can't be committed by anyone other than ******. ****** is the monster of our society. In fact, I'm sure ****** was responsible for the behavior of these 5 animals, right? This was swept under the rug as it would have caused way too much unbalance during the Duke LaCrosse hate crime we learned so much about.
 

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I never seen this case till champ posted it. funny thing to me is, it appears
to have happened in Tenn. As late as the 60's there were men hanged
from the railroad bridge in Chattanooga, because or their color. I would
like to see those in this crime hanging somewhere by now.
 

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A question....if we as caucasins get outnumbered in the State, and it looks like that will happen, and we become the minority can it be a hate crime to commit a crime against us?? Its a shame we can't become a legally classified minority.
 

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reguardless of the crimes these 5 criminals have comitted by you calling them
*******, only makes you a hateful racist. So as the world turns people like you continue to spread Hate.
 

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America is still dealing with the racial hangover that lasted what 200 years? Things aren't going to change overnight dudes get over it....it's not about race but when it has been for 200 years it's hard to change it...hey just 50 years ago black men were getting hanged by the KKK left and right..guess what most of that never made the news..some of you that are older I'm sure remember that...and if your from the south might have witnessed it...if not you your parents did...the civil rights law was passed in what 1968? That wasn't that long ago........I do feel that whites get a raw deal when it comes to hate crimes and all that other stuff, it's like guilty until proven innocent.....but thats America...the land of stereotypes...I mean skinheads and the KKK aren't helping you guys out....just like illegals aren't helping legal Hispanics out...Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson don't really help us out either....thats the world we live in get over it....

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It’s been almost 15 years since this post. The criminals were sentenced to life, 35 years, DEATH, etc. The Justice system worked.

“where is the outrage”
We don’t need it when the justice system is doing it’s job for us. For minorities they have different experiences. But this worked out fine right? Death row seems appropriate and that’s what was dealt. What outrage are you looking for? That blacks are bad? Yikes. Maybe that’s just you.
 
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