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November 18, 2014


On New Years Eve, 2013, Eric and Michael Hendon reportedly broke into the home of John Kohler, 42, with the intent of committing robbery.

Kohler was shot and killed during the home invasion.

Also murdered in cold blood were his two children, Ashley Carpenter, 18, and her brother David Kohler-Carpenter, 14.

Kohler's friend, Ronda Blankenship, 38, was shot but survived.

The Hendon brothers appeared in court yesterday attempting to avoid the death penalty through a plea arrangement.

While the mainstream Marxist media focused our attention on events in Ferguson, Missouri, this Barbarton, Ohio triple-murder will remain in obscurity along with hundreds of other black-on-white crimes.

The news media have convinced Americans that black, male teenagers are the sole victims of racist violence. They have elevated Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown to celebrity-martyr status even though both were killed in self defense.

Meanwhile, the brutal murder of a white family by black thugs remains obscured.

Two brothers accused in the New Year's Eve triple murder of a family in Barberton are negotiating a plea deal with prosecutors to avoid the death penalty.

Michael and Eric Hendon both appeared in court on Monday in Akron. The pair is accused of shooting and killing John Kohler and his two children, Ashley and David, in their Barberton home.
Ronda Blankenship, who survived the shooting, was also in the courtroom.

Defense lawyers and the Summit County Prosecutor's Office tried to hammer out a deal, but after three hours of negotiations, no agreement was reached.

The plea deal could include life in prison with no chance of parole for the shooter, and maybe a life sentence with a possibility of parole for the other.

The prosecution received a confession from one of the brothers earlier in the case.

The Hendons are due back in court next week for an update on a possible plea agreement [source ]

From an earlier report:

Two Akron brothers accused of killing a Barberton man and his teenage children have entered not guilty pleas to three charges of aggravated murder.

Eric Hendon, 31, and his younger brother Michael Hendon, 22, appeared before Barberton Municipal Court Judge David Fish on Wednesday.

The brothers are accused of going to the Barberton home of John Kohler, 42, on New Year’s Eve with the intent of carrying out a robbery.

Ashley Carpenter, 18, and her brother David Kohler-Carpenter, 14, who were visiting their father, were shot and killed.

John Kohler and his girlfriend Ronda Blankenship, 38, were also shot.

Kohler later died at an Akron hospital.

In court on Wednesday were relatives of the Hendon brothers who said they were there to support their family.

“We don’t know what happened.  We feel bad for the other family and our family as well,” said a cousin who asked not to be identified.

“They’re really good people, a good family overall.  Like we all said, we don’t know what happened we don’t know the details so we’re basically praying, put it in God’s hands,” said another cousin.

Wednesday was Eric Hendon’s 31st birthday.

He was released from prison last June after spending 13 years behind bars for an attempted murder and sexual battery in Akron.

“Since he got out he had a full time job as soon as he got out.  They going to church every week, you know, he has a girlfriend.  They supposed to move in together, you know, get married, so I don’t understand how this could happen.  He was doing so much better,” a cousin told Fox 8.

An attorney for Michael Hendon told the judge that he had no criminal history, other than some minor misdemeanors.

Judge Fish refused requests from attorneys to decrease a $10 million cash bond for both.

“In light of the gravity of the matter and the significant threat that may be visited on our community, we’re going to leave the bond where it’s at,” ruled Fish.

Relatives of the Hendons said none of them knew the victims or their family.

Also in court was Nina Brown, another cousin of the defendants, who was asked by Fox 8 if either of them are capable of this crime.

“To me, no, ” said Brown, adding, “I would never have thought in a million years.”

The case will next go to a grand jury on Jan. 16 [source].

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