October 8, 2018
Usually, I refer to black killers as negroes, niggers, moon crickets or something ape-related.
Not this time, however.
Jonathan Harris, who purged the world of a despicable superskank, is a prime example of a colored gentleman.
The man accused of killing a model inside her Main Line apartment in August told police the two got into a fight after she refused to pay for an ounce of cocaine, according to a statement he made to police.
The statement by Jonathan Harris during his arrest was read in a Montgomery County courtroom on Friday during his preliminary hearing.
Harris, 30, bound in shackles and wearing a red jumpsuit, looked straight ahead and said nothing as reporters peppered him with questions about what happened the night of the killing as he entered court in Ardmore.
The 30-year-old Johnstown man is charged with first, second and third-degree murder as well as robbery and related counts in the Aug. 22 slaying of Christina Carlin-Kraft.
Once inside court, Harris remained silent as all charges were held for trial. He will remain jailed.
Officials say the 36-year-old Carlin-Kraft took a ride-hailing service to Philadelphia where she met Harris. The two later returned to her Main Line apartment.
According to a statement police obtained during his arrest and shared in court Friday, Harris said he was set to sell an ounce of cocaine to Carlin-Kraft for $1,200. After the two drank and had consensual sex, Harris said, Carlin-Kraft refused to pay for the drugs.
He described a violent struggle in which Carlin-Kraft hit him with a glass bottle and he slapped her, repeatedly punched her and tied her up when she tried to flee. He gave her a phone when she asked to call her dad, he said, but he started to choke her when she tried to call 911.