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Garfield King (c. 1880-May 25, 1898) was a black man lynched by a mob in Salisbury. He was hung next to the courthouse after he reportedly shot Herman Kenney, a 22-year-old white man with a revolver after arguing with him.
In December 1931, Salisbury was the site of another lynching of a black man. Matthew Williams was accused of murdering his white employer, Daniel J. (DJ) Elliot, at his office on Lake Street. The authorities found D.J. Elliot dead at his desk, his son, James Elliot present, and Matthew Williams incapacitated by several gunshot wounds. After being taken to Peninsula General Hospital, a 300-man white mob threw Williams from a second-floor window to the crowd below, where he was stabbed, tied to a truck and dragged three blocks to the county court house. There they hanged him from a tree, before he had any chance of a trial. The mob paraded Williams’ body through the black part of Salisbury for intimidation, and mutilated and burned him. It was the 32nd lynching in Maryland since 1882. LINK

SALISBURY, Md. – A Salisbury woman was arrested this week after police discovered she was maintaining her residence as a drug house. We’re told the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation regarding drug activity taking place in the 700 block of Vermont Avenue. The resident was identified as 28-year-old Erin Moore, and through the investigation, a search and seizure warrant was obtained and executed on the residence. During the search, officers found psilocybin mushrooms, cocaine, Ecstasy/MDMA pills, Diazepam pills, and powder Ecstasy. In addition, several digital scales, packaging material, and a plethora of other paraphernalia used to administer and sell CDS was located. Police say it was clear during the search warrant that Moore was maintaining her residence as a drug house. She was subsequently arrested and charged with maintaining a common nuisance distribution, maintaining a common nuisance administer, possession of manufacturing equipment, possession of cocaine, possession of psilocybin mushrooms, possession of Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, and possession of diazepam. <SNIP> LINK

December 27th, 2021

Looks like a nigger buck.

September 17th, 2021

On October 16, 2002, a fatal fire claimed the lives of a courageous Baltimore woman and her family, after neighbor Darrell Brooks firebombed their home. Angela Dawson, her husband Carnell and their five children all perished in an attack triggered by Angela telling police about criminal activity in her neighborhood. The murders are considered a fatal consequence of the controversial inner-city Stop Snitchin’ ethos which threatens potential police informants with violence. Brooks pleaded guilty to the murders, and the house where the Dawsons once lived is now the Dawson Safe Haven Community Center. The Dawson family, a family of seven (parents Carnell, Angela, and five children), were all murdered in Baltimore, Maryland, on October 16, 2002. After Angela had repeatedly alerted police to drug dealing, assault, and other crime in her East Baltimore neighborhood of Oliver, the entire family died after their home was firebombed. A neighbor, Darrell L. Brooks — once a page in the Baltimore City Council chamber — pled guilty to the crimes and was given a life sentence without the possibility of parole. At the time of the attack, Brooks was on probation but had been left unsupervised. After repeated vandalism of their home, the Dawsons survived a first arson attempt on October 3, 2002, only to succumb to the second. The outcry over the magnitude of the crime was only matched by the frustration expressed by many residents who simply could not believe that city officials, who were aware of the escalating violence, had been unable to protect the family. City officials defended their actions, saying an offer to relocate the family was refused. The tragedy underscored the failure in attempts to encourage residents of Baltimore to stand up to drug dealing and of the city to provide protection to those who did. In 2005, relatives of the Dawson family filed suit against the city, state and various agencies. They alleged that despite the launch of the Believe campaign in 2002 (which encouraged residents to supply information about drug dealers) there were insufficient resources to protect witnesses who did come forward. The lawsuit was later dismissed, a ruling which was later upheld in an appeal to the Maryland Court of Appeals. Numerous efforts to reclaim and rebuild Oliver in the name of the Dawson family have been undertaken by politicians, activists, and ordinary citizens. Mayor (and later Governor of Maryland) Martin O’Malley, U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, State Senator Nathaniel McFadden, and the action group known as Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD) have worked in individual and collective ways to ensure the Dawson family a lasting public memory. The house where the Dawsons died reopened in April 2007 as the Dawson Safe Haven Community Center. <SNIP> LINK

April 10th, 2021

40 years old with 2 kids a bunch of racist tattoos and a sub story about her baby daddy going to jail for killing a crip gang leader for fun. She’s Like an onlyfans girl except a complete scam. She face times with her kids add promised on her kids sh1t she knows she has no intention of following thru in. She hit me up begging for help cause of some emergency asking if I’ll buy her laptop (obviously for more then it’s worth) but address is fake she ghosts after promising on her kids. Then Her kids are only 10 odds are she had a bunch more lord knows her fucking legs are never closed. Next time Stacey here will get more plastic surgery and haver fucking titties explode.

January 5th, 2021

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