February 10, 2018
These rabid animals are slaughtering our people every single day.
Generally, it never makes national news. But when it’s a cop, they have to make it national news. And due to the BLM/Obama anti-cop agenda, we now have dead white cops at least once a week.
When do we reach the point where the media is forced to say the words “race war”?
Authorities in Georgia on Friday night updated the medical conditions of two Henry County sheriff’s deputies who were injured earlier in the day in a shooting that left a Locust Grove police officer dead.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Nelly Miles said that Henry County Deputy Michael D. Corley was released from the hospital hours after Friday’s shooting, and Deputy Ralph Sidwell “Sid” Callaway was listed in stable condition at a hospital.
The agency said Locust Grove police Officer Chase Maddox was killed. The city’s mayor said the 26-year-old Maddox left behind a wife who is pregnant and expecting their second child any day.
The male suspect who was killed was identified as 39-year-old Tierra Guthrie.
Henry County Sheriff Keith McBrayer said gunfire broke out as the officers were serving an arrest warrant around 11 a.m. at a home in Locust Grove, about 40 miles southeast of Atlanta.
Locust Grove Mayor Robert Price said Maddox had been with the department since he was 22.
“His wife is expecting their second child any day now, I’m told. We just need a lot of prayers for he and his wife and the baby that’s coming into this world without a daddy because of somebody …” the mayor said, choking up. “We got to pray for the two county officers that’s wounded. One’s not doing so hot and the other is better.”
Gunshots were fired inside the house as the deputies were trying to take a male suspect into custody on a warrant from the municipal court in Locust Grove, McBrayer said. He wouldn’t say who fired first or give other details about how it happened.
Say it with me, White America:
“I do not deserve this. We do not deserve this. We have a natural right to live in peace as a community, without the ongoing threat of being slaughtered by primitive, prehistoric animals.”