Second Pearcy Massacre Defendant, Jeremy Pickney, to be Tried October 11
September 20, 2011, 08:30 PM
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Finally, a trial date of October 11 has been set for Jeremy Pickney, the second suspect to be tried for the November 12, 2009, Pearcy Massacre.

Jeremy Pickney is charged with five counts of capital murder. The prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty in what is called a “home robbery.” Pickney's co-defendant, Samuel Conway, was convicted in June and sentenced to “life in prison.” A third suspect in the killings, Marvin Stringer, was shot dead after firing on police at a motel while resisting arrest a week after the killings.

The five victims are 80-year old Edward Gentry Sr; 56-year old Edward Gentry Jr.; 52-year old Pam Gentry; 24-year old Jeremy Gentry; and Jeremy’s girlfriend, 19-year old Kristen Warneke. The older man was found in a Pearcy home while the others were found inside a burning mobile home next door.

Nicholas Stix writes: Note that, while Arkansas is officially a death penalty state, capital punishment has apparently been unofficially abolished, at least where black mass murderers are concerned.

[Previously:

Never Heard of the Pearcy Massacre? One Guess Why Not!;

“Don't Raise Your Voice at Me!” [Click!] “Read a Law Book!” [Click!]—A Pearcy Massacre Update; and

VDARE Pearcy Massacre Archive.

Yes, we’ve given a racist atrocity that, according to The Pretend Encyclopedia/Wikipedia never happened, enough coverage to have an archive on the subject.]