A woman named Fellony

While whites are prohibited on pain of losing their jobs, careers, and social standing from saying anything true and critical about blacks, blacks continue freely and with wild abandon, and in a wide range of ways, both concrete and symbolic, to express the awful truth about themselves, as suggessted in this April 16 story at The Smoking Gun:

A defendant named Fellony was arrested yesterday for felony battery after she allegedly struck a woman in the head with a glass at an Indiana bar.

Fellony Silas, 30, was collared early Sunday following the fracas at Kilroy’s Sports Bar in Bloomington. The bloodied 24-year-old victim suffered several lacerations and was treated for her injuries at a local hospital.

Fellony Silas

The attack was reportedly triggered when the victim accidentally bumped into Silas while she was dancing.

Silas, pictured in the above mug shot, was booked into the Monroe County jail, where she is being held in lieu of $10,000 bond on a Class C felony battery count. There is an additional probation hold on Silas related to a prior conviction. Silas has previously been arrested in Monroe County on a variety of charges, including forgery, theft, disorderly conduct, and fraud. [End of article]

How many times have I said that a person’s character and personality tend to fit his name?

However, the story fails to mention a crucial detail. The reason Fellony hit the other woman on the head with a glass was not just that she had bumped into her while dancing, but that she had been coming on to Fellony’s boyfriend, Manslawter.

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April 19

Rick Darby writes:

If her “C”-felony-battery count is low, does that mean she can’t be charged?

LA replies:

I wouldn’t be shocked.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 18, 2012 04:57 PM | Send

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