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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Megan Williams - Torture Victim - Tortured Again - This time by West Virginia Criminal Justice System

AfroSphere Alert:

You remember the reports of Megan Williams being tortured and raped by 6 people for at least a week.

You know how she was a victim of repeated racial slurs while her captors sexually abused, beat and stabbed her.

Now we learn from the West Virgina Gazette that Megan Williams, the Charleston woman who has been the center of international media attention after her torturous ordeal in a Logan County home earlier this month, was arraigned Tuesday afternoon in Kanawha County on outstanding warrants. Williams is being arraigned in Kanawha County Magistrate Court on at least seven charges, mostly for allegedly obtaining under false pretenses and writing bad checks, according to court records. She also has an outstanding warrant from Summers County for failing to appear at a court hearing. Before the arraignment, Williams was placed in a holding cell. She screamed and cried for her mother.


As black blogger Adrianne of black women in europe has noted the police are making the victim look like she deserved being tortured. I agree with Adrianne, obtaining under false pretenses, writing bad checks and failure to appear. Hardly the activities of a hardened criminal but perhaps a petty thief? One question is who will turn over all the rocks on top of her attackers?

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