The False Narrative: Her Name Was Carissa Oakman

This is Carissa Nicole Oakman.

She was 36-years-old, the same age as me, and was from Toledo. She was recently found dead inside two black trash bags in a garage in an abandoned vacant home on Detroit’s west side:

“DETROIT – A 44-year-old Detroit man has been charged in connection with the death of a woman whose body was found in a garbage bag inside a Detroit garage.

Police said they found Carissa Nicole Oakman, 36, of Detroit, in a garage in the 4500 block of 28th Street. Oakman’s body was discovered inside a garbage bag.

Antenidus Montrell Collier allegedly assaulted Oakman on Jan. 19 and fatally smothered her.

Collier is charged with first-degree murder and first-degree felony murder. He was arraigned at 2:30 p.m. Friday. …”

This is Antenidus Montrell Collier:

He is charged with assaulting Carissa and smothering her to death on Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 2:30 AM. She was found with her feet wrapped in a white extension cord. Her hands, wrist and face were wrapped in duct tape. She was found dead with a rope around her neck.

Only in the D.

Note: The SPLC has condemned the CofCC for spreading a “false narrative of a victimized white majority under siege by allegedly violent people of color in the United States.”

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  1. Some White women will never, ever learn….no matter how friendly the coloreds may seem they are not your friends and will turn on you like wild animals with little or no provocation.

  2. How utterly horrible.

    And what really blows my mind is that, as things like this go on, day after day and week after week, in the present, The New England Government and all it’s academick and media proxies continue carrying on about vicious White Supremacist crimes against the wonderful Yankee ‘civil rights’ demonstration volunteers (paid Yankee agitators – wholly similar to BLM and Soros) in the 1960s.

    To be sure, in the olde Southern system such a thing did happen like this much more than we care to believe, (I know some former participants in the flesh) but, on the whole, with much much less frequency; this owing to the fact that most White Women were not only sensible not only of the risk, but, more importantly, of the horrors of miscegenization, just as The Negro men were aware of the noose just around the corner, if they made an unGodly and unnatural choice.

    Yet, thanks to The New England Government system, all the barriers to tragedy have been removed.

  3. “Antenidus Montrell Collier”

    Back in the Nineteenth Century, they had simple names like “Pluto” or “Cupid.”

  4. Jewish conceived, financed, and directed. It’s all part of the Satanic Cult’s plan, to destroy the Goy. From constant encouragement of White-Black fornication on TV series, movies, preference and equivocation of perversions, and much more, the Jews are demonically and manically driven to wipe out Caucasians. After achieving that, they will go after Asians.

  5. I don’t know for sure, but she has the appearance of a mudshark. That doesn’t make her death ok but if she hasn’t popped out a bunch of mulattoes, maybe it will be a good thing. Speaking of mud sharks, I just saw one with three mulattoes in tow. Shockingly the father was present. We just openly stared in disgust. It’s disgusting.

  6. The first few news articles stated that she was murdered by her “Landlady and a Maintenance man” over stolen money that didn’t have to do with rent. She previously had a crack problem but has white children. She was a previous co-worker of mine. She did not date mudsharks.

  7. It takes a Village and a Lousy Mother and Feminism and Anti-Racists and an Injun Tribe and Social Services and Bleeding Heart Judges and Prison to raise a “Child”/Killer

    ‘We hoped he could be helped’: Shamattawa chief says community reached out to suspect in bus driver’s killing

    Suspect had FASD, was apprehended at birth, placed in 73 foster homes

    CBC News, Feb 16, 2017

    The troubled life of the young man suspected of murdering a Winnipeg Transit driver is coming into focus.

    At 22, Brian Kyle Thomas, who was bounced between 73 foster homes as a child, has been homeless, battled substance abuse and has been in and out of jail for a series of violent crimes.

    “He’s had a very difficult upbringing,” Shamattawa First Nation Chief Jeff Napaokesik told CBC News. “We hoped he could be helped, [to] find a solution to his trouble.”

    Thomas has been charged with second-degree murder after Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Jubal Fraser, 58, was stabbed a number of times early Tuesday morning. The allegations have not been proven in court.

    Thomas is from Shamattawa First Nation and had been living in Winnipeg, Napaokesik said. He had run into Thomas on a trip to the city just a few week ago, he said, and saw that the young man was struggling. “We bought him some shoes, some sneakers that he desperately needed at that time, also some money for food,” he said, adding he and band members had even offered to bring him home to Shamattawa.

    The murder allegations against Thomas have left Napaokesik and other community members in disbelief. “It was very shocking,” he said. “We were looking at each other and talking and wishing we could’ve done more for him.”

    Thomas was born in June 1994 with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and placed in foster care after birth, his lawyer said. “His mother drank ‘super juice’ constantly while she was pregnant with him and as a result he was seized,” Theodore Mariash told court during a sentencing hearing in November 2016.

    Thomas pleaded guilty to assaulting his former girlfriend in August 2016 while intoxicated. “I just want to say sorry for what I did to my girlfriend. I am just sorry what happened,” he told the judge.

    Thomas has seven criminal convictions to date and has breached conditions upwards of 13 times. His first criminal charge was two months after his 18th birthday. In August 2012, he was charged with assault and pleaded guilty. Two years later, in October 2014, he pleaded guilty to another assault and was handed a 28-day sentence.

    Later that fall Thomas was charged with uttering death threats against a woman and her two children and was carrying a knife. At the sentencing hearing in 2014 Thomas told the judge, “I want to go back to school and I just want to get my Grade 12 diploma and start out my life and get back on the right foot you know. I don’t really like being in jail. I know my mom misses me a lot and I was hoping to get out today so I can spend Christmas with her,” adding he had never had spent Christmas with her before.

    The judge told Thomas she remembered him from his assault conviction a few months before. She had denied him bail at the time because “I thought you were really scary,” she told him. The judge said that because he had spent the last few months in custody awaiting his sentencing, she considered his time served and let him go that day. “You’re a man now, you’re not a little boy anymore. You have to act like a man,” she told him. “I’m going to let you out today so you can spend Christmas with your mother.”

    Back in Shamattawa, Napaokesik said they are still struggling with the news. He said his heart goes out to Fraser’s family. “I feel for what the family might be going through in Winnipeg,” he said. “We wish it had never happened.”

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