DAILYKENN.com -- The body of 15-year-old Nicole Angstadt was found stuffed in a crawl space. Reports say the girl had been raped before she was killed.
Arrested for the crimes are Derrick Powers, 23 and Charles Mosley, 33.
The crime was committed in New Jersey in December. The arrests were reported Feb. 20, 2016.
The author of the white-guilt novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, died this week. The novel implicitly implored white people to view black-on-white rape with a sense of guilt and shame.
In reality 52.2 percent of homicides in the nation were committed by blacks; nearly all by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about 4 percent of the population.
From The Daily Mail:
Two men from New Jersey have been charged with murder and sex crimes for the death of a 15-year-old girl, whose body was found in the crawl space of her home.
Cape May County Prosecutor Robert Taylor said Friday that 23-year-old Derrick Powers and 33-year-old Charles Mosley, both of Rio Grande, were charged with murder and sexual assault in Nicole Angstadt's death.
Both men were in jail on $1 million bail. A spokeswoman for the prosecutor said it wasn't immediately known if either man had an attorney.
Both men have multiple charges including first degree murder, first degree murder during the course of a sexual assault and first degree conspiracy to commit murder.
Angstadt was reported missing on December 1 and her body was found in a crawl space in an abandoned Lower Township home on December 14.
Powers was placed in the Atlantic County Justice Facility in lieu of bail and Mosley was placed in the Cape May County Correction Center.
Last year, initial information given to police about Andstadt's disappearance was incorrect.
When she was reported missing, police were told that she was last seen on November 29 at a bus stop in Rio Grande, according to Press of Atlantic City.
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