Chad Nichols, 37, was found fatally shot outside his Donaldsonville, La. home. 29-year-old Benny Booker was also found shot at the site and was later pronounced dead at a hospital.
Investigators suspect the motive for the murders was robbery.
Arrested is Quinton Jackson with two counts of first degree murder.
Shell casings at the site reveal the same weapon was used in four separate shootings in New Orleans between 2011 and 2013.
• Cultural Marxism has convinced us that black Americans are victims of wanton, violent crimes committed by ruthless white racist. The historical record doesn't support that notion, even though it is widely propagated and believed.
In reality white Americans have been the perennial victims of black criminal violence.
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An arrest has been made in connection to a double homicide that happened on the outskirts of Donaldsonville on January 26, 2015. Deputies have arrested and charged 26-year-old Quinton Jackson with two counts of first degree murder.
On January 26, 2015, 37-year-old Chad Nichols was found dead on the front lawn of his home in Donaldsonville. Deputies say 29-year-old Benny Booker was found in the doorway of Nichols' home. He was rushed to the hospital where he died. Officials say both men were fatally shot and the investigation revealed the shooting was a drug-related crime, with the possible motive of robbery.
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