“Terrible Thomas the Punisher,” aka, Yathomas Riley, 32, was arrested for killing his wife, Dr. Lisa Riley, 34.
Riley is accused of pointing a gun at his wife's head last month. He was acquitted of killing his ex-girlfriend three years ago.
Dr. Riley was found dead July 10, 2015. The murder apparently occurred in Atlanta, Georgia.
• When the Marxist doctrine of disparate impact is applied, blacks face lighter punishments that whites. The objective is to decrease the negative impact of black crime on black criminals. In reality the discredited concept does little more than encourage increased black crime.
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Medical examiners ruled that Dr. Riley, an emergency room doctor, died from a gunshot wound to her head, the Journal-Constitution reported. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office concluded the boxer killed his wife after reviewing the circumstances of her death, according to GBI.
Riley accused his wife of an affair and allegedly pointed a gun at her three times, including one time while he wrapped his legs around her neck, on June 14, the Journal-Constitution reported. Police arrested him and charged him with aggravated assault and battery following that incident.
The self-styled “Terrible Thomas” won a 2006 Golden Gloves title but had been training for his first pro fight in two years at his gym in Albany, Ga., the boxer’s website says. Just as in the attempted murder case of the different woman in Florida, Riley is telling investigators his wife shot herself, the Journal-Constitution reported.
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