Earlier, I mentioned that the imaginary white rapist in Kill Bill, Vol. 1, a nurses aide who rapes unconscious women, was a Christian rapist, as shown by the cross around his neck. That's a symbol of moviemakers like Quentin Tarantino not liking Christians.
We also see in the news that accused rapist Nathan Sutherland, who is charged with raping and impregnating a woman in a vegetative state, is alleged to be a devout Christian and a regular churchgoer.
The fact that you can say an alleged rapist is a devout Christian in a headline may also be a symbol of the MSM not liking Christians.
Anyhow, I wanted to find out what kind of Christian he was (Baptist, Catholic, Calvinist, Emo Philips's Northern Conservative Baptist Great Lakes Region Council of 1912 or whatever) and I find from the Washington Post that he's a Christian rapper...and a Haitian immigrant.
In interviews and government documents, Nathan Sutherland painted an inspirational image of himself: an abandoned child who grew up with an empty belly in a Haitian orphanage; a doting dad who wanted to help those who had also been dealt a difficult hand.
His Christian music group, Sleeplessouljaz, rapped inspirational messages in churches and concert halls across the Southwest. He sought to start a transitional home for orphans and homeless youth. When those dreams fizzled, he dove into an industry synonymous with caretaking: He became a nurse.
That image is at odds with the man Phoenix police and prosecutors have presented to the world: the Hacienda HealthCare nurse who sexually assaulted his incapacitated patient and, a few days after Christmas, became the father of her child.
Nurse accused of getting patient pregnant was Christian rapper who wanted to inspire youth, by Cleve R. Wootson Jr., January 24, 2019
Here's the paradox—to say he's Haitian as part of a sob story inspirational background, not okay for them to ever put the words "Haitian Immigrant" in the headline space occupied by either "Nurse" or "Christian rapper" above:
Here's an interview with Sutherland on YouTube