November 11, 2018
Sorry negroes, but America is sick of your BS.
The whole “he hated me because of the color of my skin” defense just doesn’t cut it anymore.
A Philadelphia judge denied a request to reduce charges for a 21-year-old college student accused of stabbing and killing a real estate developer last summer.
Michael White is facing third-degree murder charges in the July 12th death of Sean Schellenger near Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square. White’s lawyers called the case a “confluence of race and class,” citing alleged disparaging racial remarks Schellenger made during the confrontation.
According to White’s attorney, Dan Stevenson, Schellenger said, “I’m going to beat the black off you” before the fight turned bloody.
A toxicology report later determined that 37-year-old Schellenger had a blood alcohol level of .199, more than double the legal limit to drive, and tested positive for cocaine.
At Tuesday’s preliminary hearing, White’s lawyers asked Municipal Court Judge Charles Hayden to drop the third-degree murder charges against White.
“This was a situation where a rich, white man using cocaine … was in the process of taking White to the ground,” Stevenson said. “It was not an aggressive move on White’s part at all.”
Hayden denied the request, but agreed to remove White off house arrest.
Third-degree murder carries a possible maximum sentence of 20 to 40 years. White is also charged with voluntary manslaughter and possessing an instrument of crime.