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August 14, 2020



DAILYKENN.com -- A family man was fatally stabbed by a convicted killer while staying overnight at a hotel in Dania Beach, Florida. 


Charles Morgan, 59, was traveling to visit relatives in south Florida when he stopped at a Rodeway Inn & Suites. The same motel was being used by the city to house homeless people during the covid-19 pandemic. 

One of those who was staying at the inn for free was Alphonso Washington. Washington apparently befriended Morgan, then fatally stabbed him in Morgan's room. 

Excerpt from sun-sentinel.com ▼

A state records check shows Washington was convicted of killing a young woman in Miami-Dade decades ago. Washington was arrested in the death of Patricia Benjamin, 27, whose naked body was found by children arriving to school early for music club practice in 1985, the Miami Herald reported at the time.
 Her body was left outside of a portable classroom at a Homestead elementary school, her clothes in a bucket outside of another classroom. She died of blunt force trauma.

Records show he was convicted in 1987 and sentenced to up to 17 years in prison. He was released after four years, in 1991, according to public records.

The tragedy raises questions. What do you think?

• Should travelers be given prior notification that their motels are being used to shelter convicted killers and other criminals? 

• Did Jim Crow laws exist to protect people like Morgan from individuals like Washington?

• How does "sheltering" homeless people in a motel curb the spread of contagious diseases? 

• Should the city be held liable for Morgan's death? Should the "political organization" that paid for Washington's room at the motel be held liable?

• Why do governments and the media use the term "shelter" when referring to free housing? 

• Why was Washington released after four years? Why was he not executed? Did the life of his first victim, Patricia Benjamin, 27,  not matter

• Will Washington be transferred from the motel to prison where he will continue to receive free room and board for life?

• Has Washington killed other people we don't know about?

• When will we stop using the death of career criminal George Floyd as an excuse to tolerate black violence?

Excerpt from sun-sentinel.com ▼

Charles Morgan, 59, of Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., was on his way to visit his brother and father in West Palm Beach, said Jackie Morgan. She said police told her he was stabbed to death and there were no signs of self-defense.

Morgan, the father of a 19-year-old girl, was a hobbyist guitarist and master carpenter by trade who built custom houses. He missed his first scheduled flight to Florida on Saturday. When he flew in late, he got a cab from the airport and asked the driver to take him to any hotel, it didn’t matter where, his wife said.

Morgan checked into the Rodeway Inn at the cabbie’s recommendation at 9:30 p.m. Saturday and called his wife, she said. He decided to stay at the hotel until his family could pick up him Sunday, because Tropical Storm Isaias was coming, and his father was worried about the weather, according to Jackie Morgan.

She said police told her that her husband and his killer became friendly, which didn’t shock her.

“My husband is so friendly and such a regular guy, and we live in a community where you say hello to somebody and they say hello back. They befriended each other.”

Washington, 59, was among dozens of homeless people staying at the Rodeway Inn & Suites as part of a humanitarian effort to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Fort Lauderdale handed out free hotel vouchers in early May to dozens of homeless people to get them off the streets. The program ended in mid-July when the city ran out of money. Several of the homeless guests were taken to shelters or chose to return to the streets.

But 38 people, including Washington, stayed behind at the hotel after the political group New Florida Majority agreed to pay for their rooms.

Washington has a lengthy rap sheet: A state records check shows Washington was convicted of killing a young woman in Miami-Dade decades ago. Washington was arrested in the death of Patricia Benjamin, 27, whose naked body was found by children arriving to school early for music club practice in 1985, the Miami Herald reported at the time.

Her body was left outside of a portable classroom at a Homestead elementary school, her clothes in a bucket outside of another classroom. She died of blunt force trauma.

Records show he was convicted in 1987 and sentenced to up to 17 years in prison. He was released after four years, in 1991, according to public records.



 





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