Stewart Weldon, right, was beaten by Springfield, Massachusetts police after he put up a "violent struggle". We can hope BLM will have the decency not to protest that because it apparently saved a woman's life.
After his arrest, police found a woman with "grotesque and violent" injuries in his car. She tearfully told officers Weldon had been holding her captive for at least a month. During that time, he sexually assaulted her and beat her with a hammer, police said.
"Thank you for saving my life," the woman told officers, according to a police report. "I never thought I would get away."
Her injuries included a possible fractured jaw, stab wounds to her abdomen, marks from being hit with a blunt object and a leg infection.
She remained hospitalized as of Thursday night, the district attorney said.
Rape and kidnap victims are usually protected by police and press by not being named. So my question is "What color is this woman?" I don't want her name, I just want to know if this man is accused of committing an interracial rape/captive/torture.
And that's not all--the headline on this story is 3 bodies found at Mass. home of man accused of sexually assaulting, holding woman captive, By Nicole Hensley, May 31, 2018.
Three bodies were discovered at the Massachusetts home of the man police say held captive, tortured and raped a woman.
Investigators found the first two bodies “in and around” suspect Stewart Weldon’s Springfield home late Wednesday and the third body Thursday afternoon, Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni said Thursday.
The bodies have not been identified and Gulluni declined to reveal Weldon’s relationship to the woman or bodies.
The victim and Weldon reportedly have two children together who lived at the Springfield home, according to The Republican newspaper, citing police sources.
Weldon’s mother also lived at the home and called police Wednesday after reporting a foul smell, the sources said.
He has not been charged in connection to the human remains found on the property.
A follow-on question, which might be answered later, is "What color were the dead women"?