From Professor Of Mystery [Email him]
James Fulford writes
Here’s a detail–the High School in question, which is supposed to be a public “military academy” has approximately no white studentsIt looks like Forestville ROTC is quite literally a Killing Machine.
Just type in the school name and murder and you get:
Chilling Texts Between Murder Suspect and VictimSee also
Alleged killer to pregnant girlfriend: come to your senses "before it's too late"
By Anne Reynolds, NBC, May 14, 2009
Oxon Hill man sentenced to 30 years for killing pregnant girlfriendI'd say that the teacher was crazy for staying in such a psychotic student body. It's even sadder to see that such homicidal wrecks are groomed to believe that they are officer material.
Fight about pregnancy led to 2009 slaying on campus of Forestville Military Academy
by Andrea Noble
Bernard Bellamy Jr., 21, [Right, in ROTC uniform] faced a first-degree murder charge for the slaying of Valicia Andrea Demery, 19, of District Heights. He pleaded guilty Friday to a lesser charge of second-degree murder, as part of a plea agreement.
Bellamy was sentenced the same day in Prince George's County Circuit Court by Judge Sean D. Wallace, said Ramon V. Korionoff, spokesman for the Prince George's County state's attorney's office.
Police said Bellamy, who was a student at West Virginia State University at the time, and Demery argued whether Demery should have an abortion. Bellamy sent Demery, who was four months pregnant, threatening text messages the night before her death, according to charging documents from Prince George's County District Court.
According to the documents, Demery texted Bellamy, "I really hope u cum to ur senses soon cuz im not goin do this by myself cuz I didnt make this baby by myself."
Bellamy replied by text, "I hope u cum to urs b4 its 2 late," to which Demery texted, "B4 whats too late??" Bellamy responded by text, "U will c."
A jogger found Demery's body around 6:30 a.m. May 10, 2009, on the track at the Forestville school where they had both graduated. She had been run over and dragged underneath a car, charging documents state.[More]
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