The Carr Brothers’ Atrocity: Five Whites Murdered in Wichita

Carr Brothers

by James Buchanan

Update: A local news article in Wichita reports “WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) — The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Kansas officials seeking to reinstate the death penalty for three men, including two brothers convicted in a crime spree known as the ‘Wichita massacre.'”

“The prosecutor and District Attorney at the time, Nola Foulston, said the crime was terrible.”

“It really tore the hearts out of everybody in law enforcement, in the community…”

“In an 8-1 ruling, the justices say the Kansas Supreme Court was wrong to overturn the sentences of Jonathan and Reginald Carr, and Sidney Gleason, who was convicted in a separate case.”

Everyone in America knows the name Trayvon Martin, and the liberal media frenzy to portray him as an innocent Black child, which conflicted considerably with the reality of that situation. The media will latch onto any story that looks like it might be a White-on-Black crime –often getting the facts entirely wrong or falling victim for a hoax like the Tawana Brawley and Duke Lacrosse stories.

Black-on-White murders, which happen alarmingly often, get little to no mention in the mainstream media. Even the most horrendous Black-on-White atrocity gets ignored. The sexual assault, torture and murder of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom has gotten some notoriety thanks to the Internet and right-wing websites, but the atrocities committed by the Carr Brothers have gotten little attention and are almost forgotten even though five White people died in that Black-on-White crime spree.

One article reports “The Wichita Massacre, also known as The Wichita Horror,[1] was a murder/assault/rape/robbery spree perpetrated by brothers Reginald and Jonathan Carr against several people in the city of Wichita, Kansas in December 2000. The Carrs killed five people and a dog. A sixth victim, a woman known as HG, survived a gunshot wound to the head. The crimes shocked Wichitans, and purchases of guns, locks, and home security systems subsequently skyrocketed in the city.[2] The brothers were tried, convicted and sentenced to death in October 2002.[3] Although it appeared that a 2004 decision by the Kansas Supreme Court overturning the state death penalty law was going to spare the Carrs, the decision was appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, which upheld the death penalty law and returned the Carrs and other condemned killers to death row. The attacks, along with the reemergence of serial killer Dennis Rader and the murder of the Clutter Family in the 1950s and the Dayton Street Murders in 1974, rank as the worst crimes in the history of Kansas.”

The Carr brothers engaged in an orgy of torture against their five White captives.

The article continues “The Carr brothers, 22-year-old Reginald and 20-year-old Jonathan, already had lengthy criminal records when they began their spree.[4] On December 8, 2000, having recently arrived in Wichita, they committed armed robbery against 23-year-old assistant baseball coach, Andrew Schreiber. Three days later, they shot and mortally wounded 55-year-old cellist and librarian, Ann Walenta, as she tried to escape from them in her car; she died three days later.

“Their crime spree culminated on December 14, when they invaded a home and subjected five young men and women to robbery, sexual abuse, and murder. The brothers broke into a house chosen nearly at random where Brad Heyka, Heather Muller, Aaron Sander, Jason Befort and his girlfriend, a young woman identified as ‘H.G.’, all in their twenties, were spending the night. They initially scoured the house for valuables. In a much-remarked point of tragedy, H.G. learned of Befort’s intent to propose marriage when the Carrs, by chance, discovered the engagement ring hidden in a can of popcorn. After the search, the Carrs forced their hostages to strip naked, bound and detained them, and subjected them to various forms of sexual humiliation, including rape and oral sex.[4] They also forced the men to engage in sexual acts with the women, and the women with each other. They then drove the victims to ATMs to empty their bank accounts, before finally taking them to a snowy deserted soccer complex on the outskirts of town and shooting them execution-style in the backs of their heads, leaving them for dead. The Carr brothers then drove Befort’s truck over the bodies.”

“They returned to the house to ransack it for more valuables, and in the process killed Nikki, H.G.’s muzzled dog. H.G. survived because her metal barrette deflected the bullet, and ran naked for more than a mile in freezing weather to report the attack and seek medical attention.”

“The Carr brothers, who took few precautions, were captured by the police the next day, and Reginald was identified by Schreiber and the dying Walenta…”

The Wichita Massacre should be retold to all White people especially the naive liberals, who have foolish illusions about living in harmony with Blacks. All White people should take advantage of concealed carry laws and be armed so that they can defend themselves and their loved ones from the likes of the Carr Brothers.

Most important of all, don’t live near Blacks. Don’t underestimate the threat that they pose to you and your family and don’t open the door for one since that’s likely how the Carr brothers got the opportunity to torment and kill their White victims.

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