Negro Sentenced to 27 Years for Hurling Actress Onto Subway Tracks After Sexual Rejection

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
November 23, 2018

Kimani Stephenson.

Sorry Mr. Negro, but the bodies of white actresses are reserved for kike movie producers and kike movie producers alone.

New York Post:

A young woman who was hurled onto the subway tracks tearfully recounted the harrowing attack as her assailant was sentenced to 27 years in prison.

“You never think you are actually going to face death, and I thought I was going to die — all because some dude wanted to touch me and I said no,” said Bonnie Currie in Manhattan Supreme Court.

She was 23 when she encountered Kimani Stephenson April 14, 2017, early in the morning on the F-train platform at 14th Street.

The stranger groped her from behind and tried to put his hand up her skirt. “F—k off,” she yelled, as she pushed him away.

Stephenson, 25, hoisted her up and tossed her, like a rag doll, onto the tracks then fled.

“I cannot understand how someone can have so little regard for human life,” she said. “All I did was say no.”

She recalled the terror she felt once she realized that with her injuries she could not pull herself up.

“I will never have adequate words to describe the panic that being on those tracks was like for me,” she said. She had suffered a broken wrist and a dislocated shoulder.

Bonnie Currie.