Racism Does NOT Exist In America: FBI; Caucasian Man Slapped Black Crying Toddler On Delta Flight


By Jueseppi B.







From The Smoking Gun:


FBI: Man Slapped Crying Toddler On Delta Flight


Suspect used racial slur before striking fellow passenger’s son



FEBRUARY 15–After demanding that the mother of a crying toddler “shut that nigger baby up,” a male passenger allegedly slapped the 19-month-old across the face as a flight prepared to land in Atlanta last Friday evening, The Smoking Gun has learned.


The shocking February 8 incident aboard Delta Air Lines Flight 721 resulted in Joe Rickey Hundley, 60, being charged with simple assaultaccording to a U.S. District Court affidavit. Hundley, seen at right, is president of an aircraft parts manufacturer headquartered in Hayden, Idaho.


In an interview, Hundley denied striking the toddler or using a racial slur, though he did acknowledge that he “asked the mother to quiet the child.” Hundley, who said he was traveling to Atlanta to visit a hospitalized relative, described himself as “distraught” on the flight, during which he said he consumed a single alcoholic drink.


As detailed by FBI Agent Daron Cheney, Hundley was traveling to Atlanta from Minneapolis in seat 28A on the MD-90 twin-engine jet. He was seated next to Jessica Bennett, who shared seat 28B with her son Jonah.


Bennett, 33, told investigators that the “aircraft was in final descent” to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport when her child “started to cry due to the altitude change.” Bennett added that she “was trying to get [her son] to stop crying, but he continued.”


At this point, Bennett recalled, Hundley used the racial epithet as he told her to shut the child up. He then allegedly “turned around and slapped” the toddler in the face “with an open hand, which caused the juvenile victim to scream even louder.” The slap, Bennett said, “caused a scratch below [the child’s] right eye.”






After Hundley hit the child, Agent Cheney reported, Bennett received assistance from several other passengers, including Todd Wooten, who was in seat 16C. Wooten told agents that he “heard derogatory language coming from the rear of the aircraft” and got up to investigate. “According to Mr. Wooten,” Cheney noted, “he saw Joe Rickey Hundley strike” the toddler.


Bennett told TSG that she believed Hundley was intoxicated when he boarded the plane, adding that he “reeked of alcohol” and was “stumbling around wasted.” Bennett, who was traveling to a family funeral, said that Hundley drank several double vodkas during the two-hour flight and complained to her that her adopted son, seen at left, was too big to be a “lap baby.” Bennett’s Facebook profile photo shows her holding Jonah when he was a baby.


Hundley was charged this week with simple assault, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court in Atlanta. If convicted of the misdemeanor count, he faces a maximum of one year in prison.


According to Virginia state court records, Hundley was arrested in 2007 following a fight with his girlfriend. Initially charged with simple assault, carrying a concealed weapon, and public intoxication, Hundley subsequently pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor assault rap. Hundley told TSG that the weapon he allegedly brandished was a wine corkscrew.


Thank you The Smoking Gun.



Ok, you know where I’m going with this. Had this racist caucasian cracka slapped MY child, I would have chocked his ass OUT on this plane and I would probably have gotten life….cause he would have died.


It’s not justice in America, it’s JustUS.











Jueseppi B.:

NRAssholes need to be stopped. Murdering Black youth needs to be stopped. Thank you Ms. Daniels for this post.

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This news came February 13.  Looks like the prosecution is trying to pressure McNeill’s defense attorneys.  The ultimate pressure, however, would be the trial, but that’s been postponed to another tentative date.  From the Fayetteville Observer:

The Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office has added two more charges to the man accused of raping and killing 5-year-old Shaniya Davis.

In an arraignment Wednesday in Cumberland County Superior Court, Mario Andrette McNeil, 32, pleaded not guilty to the additional charges of second-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.

McNeil is scheduled to stand trial April 8. His trial had been scheduled to begin Feb. 18, but the case was continued last week.

The trial for the girl’s mother, Antoniette Nicole Davis, also was delayed to April 8. District Attorney Billy West has said he plans to try McNeil’s case first.

If convicted, McNeil…

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Oh Wow…..this is too delicious. Ms. Judy, will you adopt a 6 foot 4 inch man as your son….so you can cook for me?

TheObamaCrat.Com™ Soapbox: “The NRA doesn’t speak for me” Says Gun Owner Mr. Jerry Thompson


By Jueseppi B.


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“The NRA doesn’t speak for me.”


That’s what Ohio MoveOn member, parent, and gun owner Jerry Thompson has to say to Congress in a powerful new ad he just filmed. It will air on the Sunday talk shows and next week on cable news networks. The ad has already received great coverage from CNNUSA Today and The Huffington Post.


After the Newtown massacre and the National Rifle Association‘s disgusting response, Jerry has had enough.


The gun violence prevention fight is heating up in the Senate this month, and the NRA is getting ready to write checks. If millions of people see Jerry’s ad, we can drown out the NRA’s money and their message, and pave the way for real reform.



“THE NRA DOESN’T SPEAK FOR ME” – 30 Second National Ad


Published on Feb 15, 2013

Gun owner Jerry Thompson of Ohio has a message for Congress: The NRA Doesn’t Speak for Me. Stop taking their money.






The NRA’s multi-year campaign to wave their wallets in Washington and block gun violence prevention policies has been almost unbeatable—until now.


The NRA leaders don’t speak for hunters, gun owners, or even their own members. Watch & share this video from Jerry from Ohio where he calls out the NRA and the Senators who take their money for not speaking for him.


We’re ready to take the Senate fight for reform directly to the NRA and the senators who they fund.


Since Newtown, MoveOn members have sprung into action, holding hundreds of events all over the country, generating more than 750,000 petition signatures calling for new and better policies to end gun violence, and donating just under $1 million dollars to the effort.


Jerry tells members of Congress that if they “take money from the NRA—and then continue to do their bidding—we’re gonna remember that come election time.” Share this video with your friends and family to prove Jerry right and beat the NRA.



Click here to share the ad with your friends and family online.





1. “First on CNN: New player in gun control ad wars,” CNN, February 15, 2013


“MoveOn.org ad targets lawmakers on gun issue,” USA Today, February 15, 2013


“NRA, Ohio Senator Rob Portman Targeted In New Ad Campaign,” The Huffington Post, February 15, 2013



2. “John Boehner‘s Senate-first strategy,” Politico, February 13, 2013

“Stand and Fight,” The Daily Caller, February 13, 2013



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MJ Turns 50


By Jueseppi B.






Michael Jordan is the single greatest basketball athlete to lace up a pair of Jordans.


I have been blessed in my lifetime to watch 3 of the greatest athletes play in three major sports, all three played in Chicago, my hometown in the States.


Walter Payton for the Chicago Bears in football.


Ernie Banks for the Chicago Cubs in baseball.


Michael Jordan for the Chicago Bulls in basketball.



Following are a few excerpts from an ESPN piece on MJ turning 50:







CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Five weeks before his 50th birthday, Michael Jordan sits behind his desk, overlooking a parking garage in downtown Charlotte. The cell phone in front of him buzzes with potential trades and league proposals about placing ads on jerseys. A rival wants his best players and wants to give him nothing in return. Jordan bristles. He holds a Cuban cigar in his hand. Smoking is allowed.


“Well, s—, being as I own the building,” he says, laughing.


Back in the office after his vacation on a 154-foot rented yacht named Mister Terrible, he feels that relaxation slipping away. He feels pulled inward, toward his own most valuable and destructive traits. Slights roll through his mind, eating at him: worst record ever, can’t build a team, absentee landlord. Jordan reads the things written about him, the fuel arriving in a packet of clips his staff prepares. He knows what people say. He needs to know, a needle for a hungry vein. There’s a palpable simmering whenever you’re around Jordan, as if Air Jordan is still in there, churning, trying to escape. It must be strange to be locked in combat with the ghost of your former self.


Smoke curls off the cigar. He wears slacks and a plain white dress shirt, monogrammed on the sleeve in white, understated. An ID badge hangs from one of those zip line cords on his belt, with his name on the bottom: Michael Jordan, just in case anyone didn’t recognize the owner of a struggling franchise who in another life was the touchstone for a generation. There’s a shudder in every child of the ’80s and ’90s who does the math and realizes that Michael Jordan is turning 50. Where did the years go? Jordan has trouble believing it, difficulty admitting it to himself. But he’s in the mood for admissions today, and there’s a look on his face, a half-smile, as he considers how far to go.


“I … I always thought I would die young,” he says, leaning up to rap his knuckles on the rich, dark wood of his desk.


He has kept this fact a secret from most people. A fatalist obsession didn’t go with his public image and, well, it’s sort of strange. His mother would get angry with him when he’d talk to her about it. He just could never imagine being old. He seemed too powerful, too young, and death was more likely than a slow decline. The universe might take him, but it would not permit him to suffer the graceless loss and failure of aging. A tragic flaw could undo him but never anything as common as bad knees or failing eyesight.


Later that night, standing in his kitchen, he squints across his loft at the television. His friend Quinn Buckner catches him.


“You gonna need to get some glasses,” Buckner says.


“I can see,” Jordan says.


“Don’t be bulls—-ing me,” Buckner says. “I can see you struggling.”


“I can see,” Jordan insists.



The entire article can be found at ESPN.




ESPN Sports Center – Michael Jordan 50: It’s Gotta Be The Shoes


Published on Feb 11, 2013

ESPN Special celebrates Michael Jordan turning 50. Part 1 Its gotta be the shoes.







ESPN First Take | Michael Jordan vs LeBron James


Published on Feb 12, 2013

Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss who would win in a 1 vs 1 between Michael Jordan and LeBron James.







Magic Johnson Says Michael Jordan Is the Greatest to Ever Play | NBA Countdown


Published on Feb 11, 2013

The ‘NBA Countdown’ crew – Magic Johnson, Jalen Rose, Bill Simmons, and Michael Wilbon – reflect on Michael Jordan’s legacy after Jordan’s 50th birthday.






























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