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Prank Gone Deadly Wrong: Arkansas Man Gunned Down Teenage Girl After Mayonnaise Prank


What’s with Americans these days and shooting into vehicles full of unarmed black teenagers?

Arkansas resident Willie Noble, 48, who shot at a carload of teenage pranksters, killing a 15-year-old cheerleader, is facing a slew of charges, including first degree murder, one count of a terroristic act and five counts of aggravated assault.

On Friday night, a group of Little Rock, Arkansas teenagers decided to play a prank at the home of a friend who had previously played a prank on them. Little did they know their friend’s dad was a little psycho…

The Arkansas teens threw mayonnaise, toilet paper, eggs and other debris on the car parked in Noble’s driveway.

“It was a joke. We was friends, we was gonna come over there and clean it up. It was supposed to be a prank. We were supposed to get up right now, and we were supposed to laugh,” one of the teens said.

But as they got back in their vehicle to make a speedy getaway, Willie Noble stormed of his house and allegedly fired several shots into the vehicle. Adrian Broadway, 15, was shot in the head and the 18-year-old driver of the vehicle was hit in the arm. The teens were able to escape and drove their bullet riddled car to a gas station where they immediately called the police. Broadway was then taken to Children’s Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The driver of the car was treated for his injuries and quickly released.

Upon arrest, Noble told police he simply wanted to scare the carload of teenagers he believed vandalized his vehicle with eggs and mayonnaise. Arkansas police reported that Noble, who clearly doesn’t handle Halloween well, did not call police before or after the shooting. Who needs the police when you have your own gun?

Noble is currently being held in the Pulaski County Jail on $1 million bond after being charged with first-degree murder, five counts of aggravated assault and committing a terroristic act.

The case is eerily similar to the Michael Dunn case except that Noble is black and there was some actual property damage. But while having your car splattered with mayonnaise is slightly worse than being annoyed with loud music, I have a feeling the jury won’t be hung about this first-degree murder conviction. The stand your ground defense is kind of like bleach – it does wonders for whites, but it will ruin your coloreds.

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Christians Under Attack in Arkansas (less so in Texas)

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Christians are under attack! An Arkansas school district has cancelled graduation ceremonies after some parents requested that Christian prayers not be included.

After receiving a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of an angry parent, the Riverside school district made the decision to cancel the entire graduation ceremony instead of just omitting the prayer section. The complaint led Arkansas Christians to feel that their freedom of religion is under attack.

Sixth grade parent and super Christina Kelly Adams in particular was less than impressed with the anti-Christian complaint.

“My daughter graduated last year from 6th grade and my son is graduating this year from 6th grade, and we had a pastor open our ceremony and my daughter actually closed the ceremony in prayer.”

“We just went to take a stand for God because we felt like out rights were taken away,” she added. “I realize they have rights too but you can’t take rights away from one group and give it to another.”

Instead, a group of Christian parents are looking to hold a substitute graduation at a local church, where everyone would be invited – provided they are Christians. They can’t really say no Muslims… but no Muslims…

Meanwhile, over in Texas, students are feeling slightly less persecuted after a Texas court ruled that cheerleaders are allowed to display Bible verses on banners at football games. After the Freedom From Religion Foundation brought a complaint forward in September, the cheerleaders sued the school district, arguing that their religious and free-speech rights were being violated. The judge agreed, ruling that their actions didn’t violate the Constitution. Praise Jebus!!

Students can now look forward to more biblically themed banners such as “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me,” and “But thanks be to God which gives us victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” Go team Jebus!

Via: Raw Story & NBC News

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