Heard About The "Minnesota Man" Who Kidnapped And Raped A Teenage Boy In A "Dungeon"? He's Black
November 28, 2015, 04:46 PM
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Note that Wilbert Glover benefited from massive criminal justice affirmative action. He should have gotten life without parole for the murder charge alone. He got 40 years. He should have gotten life for the kidnapping charge alone. He got six years. And he should have gotten 20-to-life for attempted murder alone. He got six years.

But he appears to have murdered someone he kidnapped, which is a federal death penalty offense (kidnapping is federal), aside from his additional attempted murder.

So, instead of getting the needle, he did a lousy 21 years in medium security, “Dixon State University.”

“Illinois Department of Corrections records show Glover was convicted in the 1980s of kidnapping and attempted murder.”
I guess he got a freebie for the murder.

If you kidnap someone, and he somehow dies during or immediately after the crime (e.g., from a heart attack, immediately after being released), that’s capital murder, regardless of who pulled the trigger. It’s just like being the getaway driver on a bank heist, where your partners murder someone inside the bank. In for a dime, in for a dollar. However, over the past 50 years or so, jurors who are fans of black cut-throats have increasingly engaged in various degrees of jury nullification.

For instance, during the early 1970s, black supremacist cut-throat Robert “Sonny” Carson led his gang in a kidnapping of two men, murdering one and shooting and leaving for dead the second vic. In a travesty of justice, the Brooklyn jury convicted Carson of kidnapping, but not of murder, and sentenced him to virtually no time.

Now, the $64 question is, What race is the 19-year-old vic? Was this possibly a hate crime by a man who may have committed the same hate crime countless times inside? Ultra-violent black homosexuals are obsessed with raping whites—men and women alike.

It makes you also wonder what race Glover's vics were 30 years ago.

Mugshots.com

Wilbert Glover was booked in Cook County, IL.

The following Official Record of Wilbert Glover is being redistributed by Mugshots.com and is protected by constitutional, publishing, and other legal rights. This Official Record was collected from a Law Enforcement agency on 3/01/2011. Last updated on 10/11/2013.

Mugshots.com ID: 240343

DOC Number: N73280

Parent Institution: DIXON CORRECTIONAL CENTER

Inmate Status: PAROLE

Location: PAROLE DISTRICT 1

Birth date: 4/13/1960

Weight: 164 lb (74 kg)

Hair Color: Black

Gender: Male

Height: 5' 10? (1.78 m)

Race: Black

Eye Color: Brown

Admission Date: 9/04/1987

Parole Date: 9/26/2008

Projected Discharge Date: 9/28/2011

Scars / Marks / Tattoos: N/A

Sentence Information:

Field Name Field Value

MITTIMUS 86CR5308

CLASS M

COUNT 1

OFFENSE MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE

CUSTODY DATE 12/28/1985

SENTENCE 40 Years 0 Months 0 Days

COUNTY COOK

SENTENCE DISCHARGED? NO

MITTIMUS 86CR5475

CLASS X

COUNT 1

OFFENSE ATTEMPT MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE

CUSTODY DATE 12/28/1985

SENTENCE 6 Years 0 Months 0 Days

COUNTY COOK

SENTENCE DISCHARGED? NO

MITTIMUS 84C13843

CLASS 1

COUNT 1

OFFENSE AGGR KIDNAPPING-NO RANSOM

CUSTODY DATE 12/28/1985

SENTENCE 6 Years 0 Months 0 Days

COUNTY COOK

SENTENCE DISCHARGED? NO

Here's the Associated Press version:
Police say man abducted, assaulted teen; kept him shackled

By Associated Press

November 26, 2015, 7:48 PM

WGN-TV

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Authorities say a 55-year-old man kidnapped a 19-year-old man from a Minneapolis street, took him to his St. Paul home, and kept him chained up while repeatedly sexually assaulting him over four days.

The victim escaped Tuesday and went to a neighbor’s for help. And on Wednesday, authorities charged Wilbert Glover with kidnapping and criminal sexual conduct.

Glover is being held on $1 million bail and is scheduled to make his first court appearance Monday. Online court records don’t list an attorney for him. The criminal complaint says Glover injured himself in a holding cell after banging his head on a door frame.

Illinois Department of Corrections records show Glover was convicted in the 1980s of kidnapping and attempted murder. He was released from prison in 2008.