Remembering the Zebra Killings

I read this pre-9/11 Frontpagemag article for the first time about a year ago.

I’ve read it several times since.

I was 18 years old when the Zebra killers were terrorizing (white) residents of San Francisco, and my recollections are vague and incomplete. But you would think that more would have been written over the years in memory of the victims who died at the hands of the Nation of Islam.

MOST SERIAL KILLINGS in America take on a life of their own through movies, books and documentaries. The crimes of Charles Manson, Jeffrey Dahmer and The Son of Sam are still well remembered years after they were committed. Yet there is one set of serial killings that has been almost completely forgotten and is rarely mentioned in popular culture.

The Zebra Killings occurred in the San Francisco bay area between 1972 and 1974 and left 71 people dead. They were dubbed the Zebra Killings because of the radio channel used by the police investigating the case (channel Z).

The name would take on a more sinister meaning as it became apparent that a group of blacks was systematically stalking and killing whites simply because of the color of their skin.

Zebra (1979) was written by crime writer Clark Howard and remains the definitive book on the murders. Using court records, police reports, witnesses and interviews with the killers themselves, Howard was able to piece together the horrid details of the murders and the unrelenting hatred that inspired the killers.

The majority of the attacks were carried out by five members of a group within Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam called the “Death Angels.” Jesse Lee Cooks, J.C. Simon, Larry Green, Manuel Moore and Anthony Harris were part of this group which believed that whites were created 3,000 years ago by a black mad scientist named Yacub who wanted a race of inferiors to rule over. Death Angels believed they could earn “points” towards going to heaven when they died if they killed whites. For them, whites were not human beings but “grafted snakes,” “blue-eyed devils” and “white motherf—–s.”

Howard describes the vicious and cowardly nature of the attacks, which were made at gunpoint and mostly carried out against women and weak or old men who could not fight back. The first victims in San Francisco were a couple named Richard and Quita Hague. The Hagues were out for an after dinner walk when they were abducted at gunpoint and forced into a van. They were bound and Richard was beaten over the head with a lug wrench and knocked unconscious. Quita was sexually molested and hacked with a machete. While begging for her life she was decapitated. Before leaving, the attackers hacked at the face of the still unconscious man. Miraculously, he survived and was able to give valuable information to the police.

Brutality and a lack of remorse on the part of the criminals mark the attacks. Vincent Wollin was shot in the back and killed on his 69th birthday. Mildred Hosler, an obese, older woman was shot while frantically trying to get away from her younger, faster attacker. Ilario Bertucci, a 135-pound, 81-year-old man, was killed while walking home from work. Marietta DiGirolamo, a 5’1″ white woman was shot and killed on her way to a neighborhood bar. In none of these cases did the victims do anything to provoke the murderers. They simply had white skin and were in the wrong place at the wrong time.

There were even some high profile victims. Art Agnos, who would later go on to become mayor of San Francisco, was shot and almost killed by the Death Angels. A member of the California Commission on Aging, Agnos was attending a community meeting in a black neighborhood to discuss building a government funded health clinic in the area. In the same neighborhood the killers were hunting for whites. As the meeting let out, Agnos stopped to talk with two women. One of the killers came up behind him and shot him twice in the back. The bullets ripped apart his lungs, spleen and kidneys. Bystanders called an ambulance and Agnos barely survived.

>>>>Read it all…

Jihad Jane

kerry512.jpgI’m not a frequent viewer of Bill O’Reilly, but his lead-in promo got my attention. A reporter was asking Jihad Jane Fonda about the millions of South Vietnamese and Cambodian deaths at the hands of the Communists after the US withdrawal. True to form, J.J. responded that the US “shouldn’t have forced the North Vietnamese to kill them by going there in the first place.”

I kid you not.


Spitting at a war hero–MM (h/t n2l)

Grim Milestone Alert

abortion.pngSome time late tonight or tomorrow, the 5,000,000th unborn American child will have been killed since the start of the Iraq War by Big Abortion.

You may have noticed this counter in the sidebar. This is one milestone that the death cult Democrats will celebrate as a measure of how far women have come in their efforts to be fully liberated.

“San Francisco Liberal’s” well thought out response to this post reminds me of this golden oldie:

We in the progressive community are much smarter – we don’t believe in sin. It makes us invulnerable to criticism. That’s why we’re taking over this stupid country. However crazy, irresponsible, and outright criminal our behavior is, you can’t call us sinful because that would be forcing your values on us. You can’t call us hypocrites because we never said we were perfect. You can’t say we’ve lost shame because we can’t lose what we don’t have. Human imperfection is our standard, our goal, or breeding ground, our primordial soup if you will. We stand for nothing and have no values except those that may hypothetically exist in a distant socialist utopia that may or may not happen.

Mary Landrieu hits bottom, keeps digging

Louisiana Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu had harsh words for the federal government on the eve of hearings into the progress of rebuilding the Gulf Coast following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Landrieu blamed the government for much of the devastation caused by Katrina and for the slow pace of recovery in Louisiana.

“I often think we would have been better off if the terrorists had blown up our levees,” she said. “Maybe we’d have gotten more attention.”

Landrieu also had strong words for many people in Washington who, she says, unfairly portrays Louisiana as the nation’s most corrupt state.

“Mississippi is actually the most corrupt state in the Union, but you never hear that, because there’s some political undertones about having Mississippi look so good and having Louisiana not look so good at the national level,” she said, echoing a theme put forth the past week by Governor Kathleen Blanco, who said that Mississippi received more aid because its governor is a Republican


Sorority chick Mary Landrieu has decided that centuries of Napoleanic corruption are too much to overcome, and it’s just much simpler to blame President Bush.

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The Center For The Intrepid Is Dedicated Today.

This facility is remarkable in many ways. First of all, it is referred to as a ‘state-of-the-world’ facility, due to the services provided in this 60,000 square foot structure, which will serve catastrophically injured service members, from all branches of the military, from present and previous conflicts.
Secondly, it is the largest and most expensive facility for our wounded heroes ever constructed with all monies coming from private donations only, at a cost of Fifty million dollars.
In addition to the dedication of this facility, two new adjoining 21 room Fisher Houses will be dedicated.
Many might think this is a wonderful story of so many giving freely for a worthy cause, to show our support, and give thanks to those who have sacrificed so much for our nation. Or an excellent example of the private sector getting things done without government involvement, waste, or delay.
Sadly, that isn’t the case, as it is to be used by pundits and politicians on this day, for more than a celebration of giving, but for political opportunism. Some of the attendees for today’s gala event include, Senator Clinton, Senator McCain, actor Denzel Washington(major contributor to the Fisher House Foundation), and major BDS infected moonbats John Mellencamp and Rosie O’Donnell, with some other well known citizens possibly attending. To illustrate the leftist’s view of private donations, and not public funds, being used for such a worthy cause, we only need to turn to longtime leftard strategist, and Clintoon lacky, Paul Begala, to see what their position is.

“It is an obscenity that a government that can find billions in no-bid contracts for Halliburton and trillions in tax cuts for the wealthy cannot find a few million dollars to bind up the wounds of its heroes,” he said.

While this statement, and some of the other critics statements don’t surprise me, it does disappoint me to know those on the left I disagree with, will never relent in their attempt to diminish any event that we should all find cause to celebrate.
That’s fine, I know who they are and what they represent. They will never stop me from fighting back, celebrating our history of freedom and liberty, and resisting being led by a group of self-annointed elitists.
On the other side of that coin, there are others that view this new facility much differently, such as VA Secretary Jim Nicholson:

This is just another notch up. I think it speaks volumes about the care and concern people in America have for young men and women who raise their hands, take an oath and go off to war.

I for one, am filled with pride, that so many wonderful citizens of this wonderful country, have donated so freely to such a worthy cause.


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