By Nicholas Stix
Last night, VDARE editor-publisher Peter Brimelow published my second investigative report on the racist atrocity I have dubbed the Pearcy Massacre: “‘Don’t Raise Your Voice at Me!’ [Click!] ‘Read a Law Book!’ [Click!]—A Pearcy Massacre Update.”
The quotes in the title were responses I got earlier this month from people in the Garland County, Arkansas criminal justice establishment, when I asked for any information on the case.
On November 12, 2009, Edward Earl Gentry Sr., Edward “Eddie” Gentry Jr., Pam Gentry, Jeremy Gentry and Kristen Warneke were all murdered, execution-style, and all but Edward Earl Gentry Sr. were burned beyond recognition. The victims could only be identified via dental records.
The Wikicensors at Wikipedia, or as I call it, The Pretend Encylopedia, either ignored or censored all reference to my first report, “Never Heard of the Pearcy Massacre? One Guess Why Not!” (There are censors at Wikipedia who delete almost all references to my work, as well as a biographical entry someone wrote about me, and have threatened editors with bans, for citing my work.)
The reason Wikipedia, like the national MSM, ignored the case was because the victims were all white, and the suspects were all black.
After my second report, I again checked The Pretend Encylopedia, to see if the censors had finally permitted someone to take note of the victims.
No such luck.
I checked under the names of all of the victims, under “Pearcy, Arkansas,” under the name of murderer “Marvin Lamar Stringer,” and under the names of defendants “Jeremy Pickney” and “Samuel Lee Conway,” but came up with nothing. I guess the Pearcy Massacre is just a figment of my imagination.
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