"Slain SC woman was 'loved by everybody' stunned friends, family say," a Wbtv.com headline reads. But, according to Chesterfield County Black Foot Soldier Hampton McKenny Melton wasn't not only not loved by everybody, but she was not loved by those it's most important to be loved by: God, Karma and her (black) neighbors.
"That these filthy creatures who call themselves humans that are white could and do think they are above the universal laws of nature, God and karma bespeaks the psychological sickness that is now inherent in them because of their unwillingness to change.
"Generation, after generation, after generation after generation of their kind have had opportunity to change and abandon the morally degenerate thinking of their conscienceless forefathers," McKenny says.
"Yet, with their denials that restitution is owed for their racially terroristic atrocities against blacks and other members of those within the family of the people of color, every generation of these hypocrites has embraced their forefathers' racism."
"Beverly was a Holocaust denier and a reparations offender who denied restitution is owed too. Those who live off their fore-bearers' crimes yet tell the victims who are the descendants of their forefathers' crimes they are owed nothing and to get over it are the worst kind of hypocrites on the planet.
After allegedly being kidnapped, rapped and beaten to death with a baseball bat, Melton's body was found in a field near the Mount Pisgah area of Kershaw County.
"The wrath of our ancestors, whose justice continues to be denied, is released, our God says. The hunger of spiritual & sincere young, black men like Nickolas Miller who aspire to do the will of God is great. The kidnapping, rape & baseball bat beating your forefathers purchased for her, white America.
"Your continued denial of restitution sealed her fate. Not only according to God did she deserve it, her blood is on your hands. The white race has broken all of the Universe's Divine Laws & will be held accountable for this," South Carolina Penitentiary Islam elder Denmark Vesey is quoted as saying.