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Deryl Dedmon
From Scott Bronstein and Drew Griffin, CNNupdated 4:15 PM EDT, Wed March 21, 2012

Life sentence in Mississippi hate-crime case

(CNN) -- A white Mississippi man has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2011 murder of an African-American man, with the judge calling it an inexcusable, "despicable" crime.

Deryl Dedmon pleaded guilty to murder and a hate-crime charge before a judge in Jackson on Wednesday afternoon, admitting to the June killing of James Craig Anderson. Hinds County Circuit Judge Jeff Weill sentenced him to two concurrent life terms, saying, "This craven act isn't who we are."

"Whatever excuse you offer, forget that. There is no excuse," Weill said. He added, "The state of Mississippi condemns this despicable crime."

Dedmon, 19, told the judge that he was a "changed man" who had found religion since his arrest.

"I wish I could take it all back," he said, adding, "I was young and dumb, ignorant and full of hatred. I chose to go down the wrong path."

Dedmon is also expected to plead guilty to still-undisclosed federal charges Thursday, three sources with knowledge of the case told CNN -- the first indication that a federal case was pending in Anderson's death. Officials would disclose no details, but Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith said he expected other charges -- and other arrests.

"This is just the beginning," Smith said.

Anderson's killing prompted several large marches and prayer vigils in Jackson, a city of about 537,000 people. His sister, Barbara Anderson Young, said during Wednesday's hearing that her family was praying for "racial conciliation."

"These last months have been very difficult," Young said. "We cried. We wept. We reminisced about our beloved brother, Craig, a loss I cannot even explain. Craig was a big-hearted person who loved his fellow man."

Anderson died after he was beaten and run over by a truck driven by Dedmon, according to police. Dedmon was part of a group of seven white youths from largely white Rankin County who decided to "go fuck with some niggers," after a night of partying and drinking, law enforcement officials have said, quoting some of the suspects in the case.

Smith has said the evidence indicated the suspects, who ranged in age from 17 to 19, "went out with the intention to harm and, in this case, kill a black man." According to investigators, they drove 16 miles in two vehicles from Rankin County to Jackson, where after exiting the highway, they found Anderson alone in a parking lot about 4 a.m. on June 26.

The white men allegedly beat Anderson repeatedly, yelling racial epithets. After the beating, Dedmon drove his Ford F-250 truck over him, leaving him to die, according to what some of the teens cooperating with police have told authorities.

Anderson's death drew national attention after CNN first reported it and aired exclusive surveillance video of the killing, captured by a parking lot security camera in a Jackson suburb.

Dedmon, of Brandon, Mississippi, would face the death penalty if convicted of murder. A second man, John Aaron Rice, was initially charged with murder, but a judge reduced the charges to simple assault because Rice was not believed to be driving the vehicle used to kill Anderson.

For months, lawyers have been working behind the scenes in Jackson, where Dedmon is being held, fighting over a change of venue in a possible trial. Law enforcement officials said the two sides are also discussing a possible plea arrangement, which might also draw in the other white men who were present during the attack but have never been arrested.

Smith had hoped to have a trial in Jackson, where the crime occurred and which is largely black. But defense attorneys wanted to move the trial to an area with a larger white population, the law enforcement officials said.

Murder suspect carried 'backpack of hatred'

Authorities believe Dedmon led and instigated the attack. On a sweltering Mississippi night in June, a gang of youths climbed into Dedmon's green truck and a white SUV and drove to the western edge of Jackson. They would have seen Anderson immediately as they exited the highway, officials said. He was standing in a hotel parking lot just beyond the exit ramp.

On the videotape obtained exclusively by CNN, the group pulls into the parking lot and stops where Anderson is standing, although he is just off camera and not visible.

The young men can then be seen going back and forth between their cars and Anderson. Witnesses told authorities this is when Anderson's beating took place, as the white youths yelled racial epithets including "white power."

Authorities allege Dedmon and many of the other teens pummeled Anderson repeatedly as he crumpled to the ground, although this is not visible on the tape. After the beating, some of the white youths left, and others got into the green Ford truck.

At this moment, Anderson becomes visible on the tape as he staggers into view and walked toward the truck.

"Defendant Dedmon drove the F-250 out of the parking lot and turned right onto Ellis Avenue," the lawsuit says. "Just as Dedmon turned right, his headlights shone directly on Anderson, who, having been severely beaten, was stumbling in a grassy area near the motel's entrance. Dedmon accelerated, drove onto and over the street curb, and struck Anderson with the front of the F-250."

Shortly afterward, Dedmon allegedly boasted and laughed about the killing, according to statements some of the teens made to detectives. "I ran that nigger over," he allegedly said in a phone conversation to the youths in the other car.

"He was not remorseful," Smith said. "He was laughing, laughing about the killing."

During a bail hearing last year, Dedmon's attorney told the court he saw nothing to back up the "racial allegations."

Anderson's has sent a letter asking state and federal officials not to seek the death penalty against Dedmon or any other youths who might be charged in the case. The letter states that the family is opposed to the death penalty partly for religious convictions of faith.

The U.S. Department of Justice had been looking into the death as a possible federal hate crime and assisting local prosecutors. Federal investigators also have been digging for months into other possible crimes in the area committed by Dedmon and others that might show a pattern of racial violence.

The Anderson family has also filed a wrongful death suit against all seven of the white youths who were present at the beating of Anderson. The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nationally recognized organization in Montgomery, Alabama, that opposes racism and intolerance, joined in the lawsuit to help the case, joining forces with the family's attorney, Winston J. Thompson III.

"James Anderson lost his life for no other reason than the color of his skin," said Morris Dees, chief trial counsel for the law center . "Those responsible must be held accountable for their callous and deadly actions. We are filing this lawsuit today to ensure his family gets a measure of justice."

Anderson, a line worker at a Nissan plant, sang in his church choir, Thompson said. He is survived by his partner of 17 years.

"He was just a pillar of the community," Thompson said. "He paid his taxes on time; he went to work, came home -- he was just an average, ordinary citizen, good guy, wonderful gardener."

"Anyone who knew James could see that he was a caring man with a beautiful smile," said Anderson's sister, Barbara Anderson Young. "He was such a compassionate person. We must take an honest look at the racial climate that motivated some young people to hurt such a wonderful person."


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Today is

Two Concurrent Life Terms For Youth
Racist Murder

CNN obtained and aired exclusive surveillance video
ASKFMB Opinion: Mississippi Hate Crime 8/8/2011

June 26, 2011, Deryl Dedmon, and a group of 7 friends, after doing drugs and drinking until 4 in the morning, got in their cars with the intent to "go fuck with some niggers". They took 2 cars, loaded with 7 people, age ranging from 17 to 19, drove 16 miles, got off on an exit ramp, and the first black person they seen, they fucked with, whom was a black man.

Mr. James Craig Anderson, 49, was a man in the parking lot of his hotel, at 4 a.m. in the morning, who happen to be the first black person that this group of white racists seen; they parked their cars, and attacked James Craig Anderson. 

After the group beat Mr. Anderson, leaving him stumbling, the youth got back in their cars to leave, Deryl Dedmon drove his Ford F250 Truck over the stumbling Mr. Anderson, killing him.

As the group drove off, Deryl Dedmon stated "I ran that nigger over.

Today 3/21/12, Dedmon was dealt the right sentence, and the other 6 involved, are yet to be arrested and charged. However, the Feds have not yet charged any of the 7, but, they have been working on the total package, meaning, the Feds automatically get involved with any "Hate Crimes", which they can add additional sentencing under the federal crime status of "Hate Crime" .

It's obvious that Mississippi isn't going to treat this, obvious racist crime, at the degree of seriousness it deserves, which is the reason why the feds are still working on charges for the other 6 racist criminals. 

The Feds interviewed a friend of the group, who chose not to hang out with this group, due to their specific nature, who provided the feds with information regarding other racist crimes that this specific group did, as well as how the local police were respond to this group when ever these groups were accused of other racist crimes.

Thus, the Feds have every intention to broaden this investigation, to include other crimes of racism, initiated by this group.., and who knew about their crimes, and who conspired to ignore charging or investigating other race crimes.

The Election of President Obama, who placed a Black AG at the helm, as head of all federal investigations, are actually taking real action against racist crimes by citizens, as well as investigating police departments who are supporting racist behavior within their department or in the city that they serve.

However, the fact that President Obama was elected has caused more racist to actually feel bolder to act, based on the inciting comments by elected republicans who have created an atmosphere of racism in the U.S...

Social Media Affects Of Future Racism

Technology has already changed the social consciousness of the world, and will continue to correct the mal's of the wrong doers, who attempt to displace racist acts, illegal acts, and immoral acts. 

Miss Leading Information & Propaganda is used by leaders and elected officials around the world. Racist remarks and Racist acts are taking place on a daily bases around the world. Police Brutality and Police Mal Behavior, is taking place on a daily basis, around the world. Stealing and Cheating is taking place everywhere around the world.

Technology allows us all to video tape a act, a action, or a comment, upload that video to the internet..., and the entire world has access to that act, action or comment, with seconds of the time that it took place, which is called, real time posting of information.

Real Time Data (RTD) provides facts, for all to see, and it’s this access to RTD that allows us all to see the truth, of how people are really acting, how people are really behaving, and what people are really saying...., and it's this knowledge that allows us all to judge for ourselves.

At the time, RTD corrects specific social behavior, on a world level to the extent that nation's citizens are demanding that their leaders remove themselves because of their failed leadership. 


In My Opinion


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