DAILYKENN.com -- Darron Dellon Dennis Wint has been indicted.
If you're like 99.9 percent of Americans, you don't recognize his name.
Wint is the middle-aged urban savage who broke into a home near Washington, DC, where he beat and stabbed the four occupants, including a ten-year-old boy. He then set their mansion ablaze.
Why are you not familiar with is name?
Had a white man invaded the home of a prominent black family, beaten and stabbed the father, mother, and maid while murdering and burning the ten-year-old son, you would know his name and the names of his victims. They would be seared into your conscience by the national media.
However, Wint is black. The Savopoulos were white and their housekeeper was Hispanic.
The national media is ignoring Wint's indictment because the story has no value in advancing the Marxist agenda.
The indictment was reported Feb. 17, 2016. The crimes were committed in May, 2015.
The media's handling of the murders is a practical synecdoche of their approach to black-on-white crime in America. White must always be presented as oppressors (bourgeois) and non-white — blacks in particular — must always be projected as their oppressed (proletariat). When reality fails to match that narrative, it is ignored.
An investigation that began after flames devoured a $4.5 million mansion led to a grand jury indictment Wednesday in the killings of three people from a prominent Washington family and their housekeeper.
Darron Dellon Dennis Wint, 35, faces 20 felony charges, including first-degree murder while armed, burglary, kidnapping, extortion, arson, and theft, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
He’s set to be arraigned on Friday.
Investigators found the remains of Savvas, Amy and Philip Savopoulos and housekeeper Veralicia Fernandez last May inside the charred home, which is located in northwest Washington near a number of embassies and Vice President Joe Biden’s residence.
Police arrested Wint the next week after his DNA was allegedly found on a pizza crust at the scene, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.
Forensic analysis also matched traces of blood on Wint’s shoe to at least one of the murder victims, two law enforcement officials said.
The indictment returned by the grand jury does not detail the evidence against the suspect, who is also known as Daron Dylon Wint.
It says Savvas and Amy Savopoulos and their housekeeper were beaten with a baseball bat and stabbed.
Philip, their 10-year-old son, was stabbed and burned, according to the indictment.
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