Arrested this week for the rape and murder of Gwendolyn Elaine Fogle is James Willie Butterfield, 59.
Reports say Fogle surprised Butterfield while he was burglarizing her apartment. The woman was allegedly beaten with a fireplace poker and strangled.
• American school children are being forced to read the white-guilt fiction novel, The Kill A Mockingbird. The focus of the novel is a black male falsely accused of rape. Readers are left with the impression that it is racist to accuse black males of raping white women.
The fictional story contrasts with coarse reality that is not part of the government school system's educational system. In fact, black-on-white rape has been epidemic in the nation for generations. Americans have been intimidated to silence lest they be accused of racism.
The fictional story's central theme is racism. In actual black-on-white rapes, the racial element is seldom -- if ever -- mentioned. White people must always be portrayed as oppressors of non-white. They must never be acknowledged as victims of black crime and violence.
• Pseudo-feminists don't seem to mind women being raped by black males. To our knowledge there has never been a occasion when left-leaning feminist groups spoke in defense of white women who were brutally raped by black males.
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Police have arrested a suspect in the death of a 26-year-old Walterboro lab technician who was raped and killed in her apartment more than 30 years ago.
Fifty-nine-year-old James Willie Butterfield of Walterboro has been charged with murder, first-degree criminal sexual conduct and first-degree burglary, police said Tuesday, according to reports from local media outlets. It was not clear whether Butterfield had an attorney who could be contacted for comment on the case.
The body of Gwendolyn Elaine Fogle was found May 28, 1978.
She had walked in on a burglary at her home and was assaulted, hit in the head with a fireplace poker, and then strangled with the tool, according to police.
Police Chief Wade Marvin said progress was made in the case when he assigned a new investigator, Gean Johnson, in May. There was also new analysis of the evidence by the State Law Enforcement Division.
"Recent advancements in technology and forensic testing allowed additional detailed information to be obtained that was not possible in 1978 or even in 2010, when SLED last performed significant work on this cold case," Agent Tom Berry said.
Johnson worked closely with Rita Shuler, a retired forensic photographer for SLED who lives on Johns Island. She had catalogued the evidence from the scene and helped keep the case alive.
"Thank God we preserved the evidence," Shuler said. "We have been looking at this case over the years. It's an amazing feeling. I'm still shaking over it. We just had to develop the technology to catch up with it."
Family members were called to the station Tuesday to be told about the arrest.
"We just sat there in silence for a few minutes," said Fogle's first cousin, James Fogle of Barnwell. "We've been waiting on this for 37 years. The reaction was just tearful. It's not about us. It's about Elaine."
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