A last fire will rise behind those eye: Amber DeLoach Story (Overshadowed by Sharmeka Moffitt)

Amber DeLoach

Some people have no voice. Some people have no chorus to boast of their accomplishments and champion their accolades.

For a civil right hero like Sharmeka Moffitt, the world is like a dry sponge, ready to soak up every saccharine word that outlines her sordid tale. No matter that the tale she claimed – three Klansman stalking in night came upon a virgin, doused her in lighter fluid, set her on fire, and then carved their calling-card (“KKK”) in her car – was entirely made up.
She wasn’t even wearing an “Obama T-Shirt” when the purported attack occurred.
But still, Sharmeka is a “civil right hero,” engaged in the continual war on the type of white privilege that pervades the entire nation.
Her tale will live on, becoming the basis for an upcoming episode of “Law and Order” or perhaps “CSI”. Hungry writers will be sure that no fabrication goes to waste.
It will undoubtedly win an Emmy, and be shown in classrooms across the nation as an example of the type of world we can expect to live were a “Golden Dawn” style party to rise in America.
Meanwhile, down in Savannah – one of the most miserable cities in America – it’s truly Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Back in early October, a white girl – 18-year-old Amber DeLoach – charred remains were found in the burnt out hulk of a rental car. For weeks, no arrests were made in a city.
You can view Amber’s Facebook page here, an eerie public picture book of a life we could never know, but through her pictures we can see as one that could have been our daughters; or sisters; or niece.
You see, Savannah is a city on edge. Blacks are the majority – and increasingly run – the city government. In 2010, the first black police chief – Willie Lovett – was appointed by retiring black Mayor Otis Johnson, who also hired the first black city manager of the southern port city.  Her name is Rochelle Small-Toney; she resigned on October 4, 2012, only a few days after DeLoach’s body was found.
Johnson was elected on a platform of aggressively fighting the black crime problem that plagued Savannah, and directly responsible for the white flight which made it possible for the city to have a 5-4 black/white city council dynamic for the first time in 2011.
With this, we have the usual trappings of majority rule, with the new black majority city council making such claims as “it’s our turn,” with Jim Goad reporting:

Savannah’s City Council, which has recently tilted 5-4 in favor of blacks, reportedly squabbles endlessly along racial lines, egged on by a black mayor who has said things such as “it’s our turn” and that he wants a city manager who “looks like me.” A local reporter calls Savannah “A diverse and divided city.”

Flash forward to October 22: a suspect is found in the murder of DeLoach. Like almost all of the crime in Savannah, it’s a black man:

A Savannah man has been charged with murder in the death of a woman found in a burning car Sept. 30. 

Shan Demetrius Cheley, 36, who lives in the Skidaway Road-Eisenhower Drive area, was charged in the death of Amber DeLoach, 18. 

Cheley has been detained in the Chatham County jail on other charges since Oct. 4 as Savannah-Chatham police homicide detectives pored through forensic evidence. He was held on contempt of court charges and possession of cocaine.

Another one of “Obama’s Sons”

So far, police have been reticent to release details on the death of DeLoach, but an unflattering portrait of the suspected killer has been drawn that showcases another “civil rights hero” emerging in the case of Shan Demetrius Cheley:

The Savannah man charged with murdering 18-year-old Amber DeLoach has a criminal history stemming back to 1996 and has served multiple sentences for charges that include cruelty to children, aggravated assault, burglary and selling cocaine, according to the Georgia Department of Corrections. 

Shan Demetrius Cheley, 36, who lives in the Skidaway Road-Eisenhower Drive area, was previously housed at the Coastal Transitional Center before being released in 2008 after serving about four years for aggravated assault, among other charges. 

Speaking during a press conference on Tuesday, Savannah-Chatham police Chief Willie Lovett said it is frustrating when repeat offenders such as Cheley are released back onto the street. 

“Some people just need to be locked up,” Lovett said. “They are not going to change.” 

Lovett said the investigation into DeLoach’s death is ongoing and provided few new details about the case, a day after Cheley was charged with murdering the former St. Vincent’s Academy student and Islands High School alumna. 

Lovett said DeLoach met Cheley downtown in an outdoor public place and befriended him the day before firefighters found her body inside a burning car on Sept. 30 in the Yamacraw Village area, but he refused to divulge more about the circumstances surrounding the meeting or where it occurred. 

“There are some things that we are still checking into,” Lovett said. “I don’t want to get into the depth of the investigation, but those questions will be answered.”

Our society is… sick. We have allowed a great city like Savannah to become just another dying 21st century American town. Spared from being burned by the Union forces at the conclusion of the Civil War, it is now a city on fire – a fitting reminder of the glories of what the “civil rights” revolution unleashed.
In 2003, a black mayoral candidate ran on the platform of trying to stamp out black crime; in 2011, a newly majority black city council bragged about their power, channeling Thurgood Marshall and admitting it was “their turn” to enact discrimination on the powerless white minority.
Now, the death of Amber DeLoach is just another event, just another name that will be forgotten; a white girl whose death at the hands of a black, career criminal represents exactly the type of freedom that the “civil rights” unleashed.
We can even speculate that “CSI” or “Law and Order” will transplant this story to New York, so that DeLoach can – through the glory of script writing – become a young, virginal black girl, killed by a gang of racist whites engaging in gentrification in Harlem.

Let’s not even get started on Autumn Pasquale

Just know that the story of Sharmeka Moffitt is more worthy of dissemination, even though it’s a hoax, then Amber DeLoach’s life and untimely death.

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