DAILYKENN.com -- Doug and Debbie London were killed at their home in Lake Wylie in October 2014 after Jamell Cureton ordered the killings through jailhouse phone calls and letters, according to wbtv.com.
The murders occurred near Charlotte, North Carolina, the city where savage blacks are currently rampaging over the justified killing a black male by a black cop.
The couple were killed to silence them after black thugs robbed their mattress store.
Based on the factual basis entered in this case, Cureton and Hartley said they are guilty of being in a gang that worked together to silence the Londons after three gang members robbed the Londons’ mattress store.
“It really is chilling,” U.S. Attorney, Jill Westmoreland Rose said after the hearings. “This is the thing that a community fears, right? That you’re a victim, then you do the right thing - you follow through with the process and then suddenly you’re targeted and killed because you’ve done the right thing.”
According to court documents, Doug and Debbie London were killed at their home in Lake Wylie in October 2014 after Jamell Cureton ordered the killings through jailhouse phone calls and letters.
Malcolm Hartley was promoted in the gang after he killed the Londons at their home.
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