Man Prosecuted for MURDER Over Death of African Tunnel Rat Who Failed to Dig His Secret Tunnels

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 2, 2018

Wait wait wait.

I thought the whole purpose of mass nonwhite immigration was that these people were supposed to dig the secret underground tunnel complexes that Americans don’t want to dig?

No one promised tunnel-ratting was safe.

CBS News:

A Maryland millionaire will soon be out on bond as he fights charges of “depraved heart” murder in a bizarre chain of events that led to a 21-year-old man’s death. News outlets report that a judge set day trader Daniel Beckwitt’s bail at $100,000 in the death of Askia Khafra.

Beckwitt had hired Khafra to dig tunnels beneath his Bethesda home. Prosecutors say the tunnels were supposed to be part of a bunker Beckwitt wanted to create because he was worried about nuclear war with North Korea.

Maybe the people who deserve to be charged are the ones pushing for nuclear war?

I have a massive, intricate tunnel complex under my Nigerian compound.

No fewer than four Nigerian tunnel rats have died digging these tunnels and every time I find one dead I just call the police and tell them “he knew the risks” and the Nigerian cops nod in agreement before saying “you are a good man, Mr. Andrew. I hope that God will bless you in your great adventure.”

Charging someone for murder in the death of a tunnel rat is absurd to the max.

In September, officers responding to a fire at Beckwitt’s residence found Khafra dead in the tunnels. His cause of death was listed as smoke inhalation and thermal injuries.

So where is the “murder”?

The 27-year-old defendant is expected to soon be out on bond. His lawyers have describe Khafra’s death as a tragic accident.

CBS affiliate WUSA reports that according to court documents, the tunnels beneath Beckwitt’s home were discovered approximately 20 feet down from a hole cut into the basement’s concrete floor, and branch out approximately 200 feet in length.

The station also reports that court documents reveal Beckwitt told police he would pick Khafra up at his home in Silver Spring, Md., drive him to Manassas, Va., make him put on black-out sunglasses, and then drive back to Beckwitt’s home in Bethesda, Md. Beckwitt reportedly told Khafra that he was taking him to an undisclosed location in Virginia. Once in Beckwitt’s basement, Khafra was allowed to remove the glasses and would dig the tunnels for intervals of days at a time.


That is proper tunnel rat procedure.

The last thing you want is your tunnel rats knowing the entrances of your tunnels.

The cops have gone on to say that the guy’s house was a mess and the tunnels were not wired correctly.

So, I dunno.


He knew the risks.

All tunnel rats know the risks.