Phillip Grant stabbed Concetta “Connie” Russo-Carriero in a White Plains, New York parking garage. A lawyer for the victim's family recently filed a lawsuit against the city claiming the garage was not adequately secured.
The murder occurred in 2005.
A lawyer for the family of a woman who was stabbed to death in White Plains because she was white argued Thursday that the city failed to adequately secure a parking garage near the Galleria where the crime occurred.Continue reading ►
The lawyer spoke during the opening of a civil trial in the case, pressed by the family of Concetta “Connie” Russo-Carriero of White Plains, who was stabbed by Phillip Grant on June 29, 2005, at the parking garage.
Grant, who is serving a sentence of 25 years to life in state prison, told police shortly after his arrest that he was waging a race war and only regretted not being able to kill more whites that day.
Russo-Carriero’s family sued a variety of entities after the murder, culminating in Thursday’s trial, which is expected to last through next week.
In addition to the high cost of black-on-white violent crime in lives, injuries, and property damages, there is also a financial price to pay. The media frequently reports when non-whites file discrimination suits as a ploy to intimidate other organizations into complying with cultural Marxism. Such organizations must realize there is also a price to pay for failure to protect white people against violent racist crime.
If white people were to file legal action against municipalities every time a crime is committed against them while on the entity's property, there may be a renewed effort to provide a more secure environment to prevent such crimes.
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