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Title: "stand Up Mississippi, We Still Burnin"


Marionmedic - January 27, 2010 12:08 AM (GMT)
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Derrick Williams has been found guilty of capital murder in the robbery and death of Mohamed Alnazali in Meridian.

The businessman was found dead in August 2008 at the Bonita BP Station he owned.
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Published: January 26, 2010 02:51 pm       

(3:00 p.m.) Murder trial update

The jury of three men and nine women have adjourned to consider if Derrick Terrell Williams is guilty of capital murder, armed robbery and car theft for his alleged part in the 2008 beating death and robbery of Mohamed Alnazali.

During this afternoon's testimony the prosecution called forensic pathologist, Dr. Adale Lewis, who performed the autopsy on the 52- year old Alnazali the day after his body was found in a blood soaked bathroom at the BP Convenience Store he owned and operated located at the Hwy. 39 bypass in Meridian. She said Alnazali died of blunt force trauma to the head brought on by multiple blows to the head.







He was brutally MURDERED for less than $1200, just because he had it and these animals wanted it.
...... for a trip to Chitcago no less.

As Williams was led from the courthouse, he yelled out, "Stand up Mississippi, We still burnin".
A reference to the turmoil of our past.

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attala - January 27, 2010 12:33 AM (GMT)
thugs and punks.... :angry:

Marionmedic - January 27, 2010 12:52 AM (GMT)
My personal opinion..........

I think the reference to Mississippi "burning" is a slap in the face to everyone who has worked hard to rid our State of the stench of racism.

I think he used it because he has been made to feel like sombody owes him a "pass" on any crime due to his skin color.

I think we have a major infestation of people who believe their "race" gives them the right to do anything they want to do, OR, that they have to act a certain way to represent that race properly.
(and that's WHITE AND BLACK combined that I refer to)

I think we have become so worried about "looking like racists" that we are derilict in our duty to punish criminal behaviour properly and in accordance with the laws of God, Man, and Nature.


I think this murderin bastard should be hanged by his useless neck until he ceases kicking.
I think this should be done on a Weekday, at noon, in public, and simulcast on all networks and into the schools.
It should be MANDATORY for ALL children to watch and learn the fate of people who MURDER others for no good reason.

But I'm just a realist who knows the power of PREVENTATIVE actions.
So nobody will agree with me.

But what about the lawyers and politicians??? They will prevent your idea from becoming law.

Easy.
Hang them first.


This case makes me SICK.
This guy and his woman PLANNED their attack, then brutally MURDERED this man for a little cash and his car.

Too bad this POS wasn't sentenced to DEATH for the cold blooded and pre-meditated MURDER.
And his "HO" should be put to death as well for her participation in the crime.

Until we get rid of the useless excuse for prosecutor and judges, we must accept without complaint the comments like Paul Harvey once made.......
"If you wanna get away with Murder..... Meridian Mississippi is the place to do it."

(But at least you know what the outcome will be WHEN it is one of your family members who has been MURDERED.
I guess that's good information at least.)


Not only do they not punish the guilty appropriately, they hamstring the men and women of Law Enforcement who risk their lives to try and keep us safe.
All too often with the help of "administration".

This is just another in the vast pile of many reasons I have no faith or trust in the legal system.

The ILLUSION of providing law and order is more important to them than actual results.


And just to be fair, the JURIES don't get a pass either.
The believe the lies told them in the "instructions" and have no idea what their real scope of power actually is.

But that's not just their fault.
The rest of us are to blame.
Since nobody has the gumption to serve their community when called, justice is decided by 12 people who were too stupid to talk their way out of jury duty.

This is why I am a HUGE advocate of serving when summoned.
To assure JUSTICE in our broken system.



I know full well that I am responsible for my own safety, and have made full plans and precautions to protect our persons and property against the animals of this world all by myself.

And I don't have any misconceptions that I would get justice if any of our persons or property is harmed either.

The "History" of cases has made this abundantly clear.




Certain actions and crimes against my family WILL be met with instant, overwhelming, and unrepentant deadly force.
I will NOT be abused, cowed, terrorized, molested, victimized, or made to live in worry or fear.
Only the criminals should live in fear.

And I say this out of my own beliefs and morals, so that nobody misunderstands the result of their actions or can say "I didn't know that would happen".
I am not a lowlife "backshooter" like these animals.

I figure that's only fair.
Just as the warning labels on a bottle of poison tell you of certain death if you drink it.
If they CHOOSE to ignore it, it's their own fault.



"Miranda" can jump off a cliff.
She means NOTHING to me.

Here are your only "Rights"......

You have the right to stay off my property and leave me alone.
You have the right to obey the law.
You have the right to be an honest Citizen.
You have the right to refrain from robbing me.
You have the right to refrain from assaulting me.
You have the right to refrain from trying to kill me.

If you choose not to exercise these rights, any and all resources will be used against you.
To stop you, and to prevent you from performing your actions against any other person.

totus porcus - February 14, 2010 01:12 PM (GMT)
Does anyone remember comments made in the Meridian Star by FBI agents concerning the movie, 'Mississippi Burning?' Those agents were assigned to Mississippi during the 1960s and said that movie was badly inaccurate about what really went on. One agent--I'm just guessing, but possibly one with the last name Proctor who stayed in Meridian and for many years ran a Private investing agency--urged people to read more accurately factual books about what really happened, as opposed to what 'Mississippi Burning' portrayed. It goes without saying that, especially those ready to grind Mississippi into the dirt even more, did not bother to read those more accurately factual books. took the movie to be the gospel truth about what happened.

This is not some off-the-top-of-my-head, possibly faulty memory recollection. If I or anyone else had the time, could go the the Meridian Public Library and look back through microfilmed editions of 'The Meridian Star' to the time 'Mississippi Burning' ran in a Meridian theater, what the FBI agent(s) had to say (on the front page)about that movie being over-dramatized BS could be read.

rodney - February 14, 2010 07:58 PM (GMT)
TP,I myself do not waist my time watching ANYTHING Hollywood makes involving what happened in Mississippi because I know from reading what really went on and talking to people who know that what they portray is BS.
All it is done for is to keep the hatred going and possiably fatten their pockets.
We cant do anything to change our past, but we can change our fyture if we are so inclined to.
So why do they have to still keep stirring up old hate???
I know a lot of black people who have turned their life around and made something of themselves and chose to still live here and help their communities out as well as the young folks.


And medic, I totally agree with you 100%!!!!!!!!!
I will protect myself any way I can...

Coastal Dog - February 15, 2010 11:34 PM (GMT)
MM, you said it well and you reflect the views of many of us!

Pate - February 22, 2010 04:54 PM (GMT)
I've noticed an alarming series of events lately concerning my small American flag that I fly from my car window.

At a State Guard meeting held at JSU in Jackson a few months ago, while parked inside the campus gated parking lot, someone ripped my flag off my car.

Last night, someone did the same thing to the flag I replaced the original with, this time while my car was parked on the street in front of my house.

I have wondered what caused this person(s) to do such a thing to the symbol of their country.

Any ideas?

Hank Chinaski - March 1, 2010 05:55 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (rodney @ Feb 14 2010, 01:58 PM)
TP,I myself do not waist my time watching ANYTHING Hollywood makes involving what happened in Mississippi because I know from reading what really went on and talking to people who know that what they portray is BS.
All it is done for is to keep the hatred going and possiably fatten their pockets.
We cant do anything to change our past, but we can change our fyture if we are so inclined to.
So why do they have to still keep stirring up old hate???
I know a lot of black people who have turned their life around and made something of themselves and chose to still live here and help their communities out as well as the young folks.


And medic, I totally agree with you 100%!!!!!!!!!
I will protect myself any way I can...

Witness in Philadelphia is a pretty fascinating read. It's by Florence Mars, and can be found at the link below. Definitely worth the read.
http://www.amazon.com/Witness-Philadelphia...s/dp/0807115665

I don't think anyone is trying to "change our past", but rather recognize what occurred, and ensure through education that other people's civil rights aren't trampled in the future. If you don't know your history, your destined to repeat it. None of us should ever forget what happened during the Civil Rights era. It's a huge part of Mississippi history, and lots of people died for the rights they fought for, and won. Recounting stories from that time isn't stirring things up, I think it's shows progress, and proves that was a different time, and MS is a different place. A great place.

DENT - March 1, 2010 06:12 PM (GMT)
That is only true if the stories being told are true and accurate. That is the point Rodney was making.
"Mississippi Burning" and many of the other movies of that type are not historically accurate, but rather the director's interpretation of what happened. Most often that interpretation is NOT based on facts as they happened nor was that individual "on scene" at the time. A movie based on "what I have been told" or totally lacking any accurate historical data is nothing more than Hollywood hype.
Those of us that lived through that era know what happened and what did not.

Hank Chinaski - March 1, 2010 06:50 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (DENT @ Mar 1 2010, 12:12 PM)
That is only true if the stories being told are true and accurate. That is the point Rodney was making.
"Mississippi Burning" and many of the other movies of that type are not historically accurate, but rather the director's interpretation of what happened. Most often that interpretation is NOT based on facts as they happened nor was that individual "on scene" at the time. A movie based on "what I have been told" or totally lacking any accurate historical data is nothing more than Hollywood hype.
Those of us that lived through that era know what happened and what did not.

That's why I pointed out the book "Witness in Philadelphia". I wasn't around back then, but I grew up around folks that were heavily involved in all aspects of the case and I feel I've been told accurate info over my lifetime concerning this case. I think if you read the book, you would agree that it's an accurate account of what was going on in the area during that time.

I watched MS burning years ago, and to be honest, I don't remember much of it. What were the inaccuracies that everyone disagrees with? Is it the way the locals were portrayed? Honest question, because I don't remember the movie, nor do I plan on watching it again anytime soon.




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