Black man arrested in home-invasion beating-to-death of TV anchorwoman
Anne Pressly was a 26 year old TV news reader who had had a small role in Oliver Stone’s recent movie W. On October 20 she was found savagely beaten in her home and later died. This week Little Rock police arrested Curtis Lavelle Vance for the murder. As Wikipedia tells it:
Anne Pressly was found at 4:30 a.m. on Monday, October 20, 2008, a half-hour before she was due to to appear on the station’s Daybreak program. Little Rock police were alerted by her mother, Patricia Cannady, when Pressly failed to answer her wake-up call. Cannady found Pressly unresponsive in her bed with injuries sustained to her head and upper body consistent with a beating.Here is another account:
Half an hour before the TV reporter was due to appear on the KATV “Daybreak” program, her mother, Patti, had gone to Pressly’s home. She had worried when Anne failed to answer the phone for her regular wake-up call. Patti found her daughter lying in her bed beaten and stabbed. Her head and upper torso had been bludgeoned and almost every bone in her face was broken. Her fractured left hand led investigators to believe Anne saw the attacker and fought back. [Emphasis added.]Here is the New York Times’ account:
Arkansas Anchorwoman BludgeonedLiberals are always been “startled” and “shocked” by (1) the existence of evil, and (2) the specific evils liberals themselves have unleashed, encouraged, and made impossible for society to suppress.
Here are photos of the murdered woman and the suspect:
The fact is that these beasts walk among us, looking to pounce.See VFR’s collection of black and other nonwhite violence against whites.