The Race Detective solves a murder!

Recently there was a murder of an Iraqi woman in California. The case remains unsolved but it appears there has been a break in the case. The Race Detective has discovered the perpetrators.

Charles, now that you have found those responsible please inform the police! I am sure her family will be glad the Race Detective was able to find the culprits.

Charles Johnson never lets a tragedy go to waste!


59 Comments on “The Race Detective solves a murder!”

  1. Minnow says:

    And meanwhile, Dark Horseshit is still firing blanks.

  2. King Minos says:

    You know, this woman might be an Iraqi Christian. But good old Chuckie immediately starts on the Muslim angle. Good going, CJ.

  3. ISTE says:

    Charles Johnson is a brilliant detective.

    One of his famous past cases.

    74 Charles Johnson
    Wed, Sep 23, 2009 10:13:48pm

    The more I think about it, the more I doubt that this was a simple drug-related killing. It’s not their style at all. They would just take the body and bury it in some backwoods area where it would never be found, or sink it in a lake, or something similar. It makes no sense to stage what seems like a political statement, unless there was a political motive.

    Body disposal 101, the Johnson way.

    (The poor guy actually committed suicide.)

  4. garycooper says:

    This proves it! The woman was killed by Muslims, and it was probably an “honor”-related killing.

    Chunky’s detecting-record is flawless. He is wrong 100% of the time!

    Also, Chunky? You spent 8 years feeding that “deranged climate of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred,” before your overnight-conversion in 2009, so shut the f up already. 😆

    • PeteP says:

      Well who would have known that campaigning against Sharia law and honor killings is deranged and hateful. Fatso hits the ball out of the park once more with his astounding insights.

  5. garycooper says:

    I know…you were misled. Sorry about that. That darn Pam!

  6. Arachne says:

    Yeah, it couldn’t possibly be, say a home invasion robbery gone wrong. Couldn’t possibly have been illegals breaking in to get money or food, San Diego being on the border. Nah, nothing like that. It’s all about the Muslim hate.

    What an asshole.

  7. Arachne says:

    “Social Media sites compare this with Trayvon…..”
    Of course, they’re all still mum on the white kid burned in Kansas. No hate there. Nosirree.

  8. Kirls says:

    ISTE :
    Charles Johnson is a brilliant detective.
    One of his famous past cases.

    74 Charles Johnson
    Wed, Sep 23, 2009 10:13:48pm
    The more I think about it, the more I doubt that this was a simple drug-related killing. It’s not their style at all. They would just take the body and bury it in some backwoods area where it would never be found, or sink it in a lake, or something similar. It makes no sense to stage what seems like a political statement, unless there was a political motive.

    Body disposal 101, the Johnson way.
    (The poor guy actually committed suicide.)

    he’s a moron. AS IF the druggies or the drug cartels or whatever would CARE to hide the body of one of their victims. how thick can you get chunkie?

    Charles F Johnson, the biggest hemmorhoid on the ass of the internet.

    • Daedalus says:

      He’s the greatest detective ever. The Charles Johnson detective agency has broken many cases over the years. The FBI consults with him regularly!
      ////

  9. garycooper says:

    He’s the greatest private dick of his time!

    Public, too.

  10. ISTE says:

    OK,

    A mystery for you all to try to solve.

    I just cleaned the grill.

    I am thawing three chicken breasts.

    I am only going to season and marinate one of them.

    Then I am going to grill all three.

    Why only season one?

    • Poteen says:

      Chicken salad sammitchs for lunch all week?

      • ISTE says:

        I doubt it!

        Nope.. the answer is…
        I am only eating one.
        The cats don’t care about seasoning or marinade as long as they get some!

      • Poteen says:

        Save the chicken breast. Cat tail soup sounds delish!

      • garycooper says:

        The cats are controlling your mind, sir.

        I have this pet theory, which states that once there are two or more cats living together in a single household, they are able to use their brains/life-force together in a way we don’t understand, to control their human hosts. The more cats there are, the more powerful this effect will be. Five cats appears to be the critical-mass point at which their control becomes complete, though they do not always choose to exercise this control. When they do, it leads to such things as a total takeover of the home by a huge number of breeding cats.

      • ISTE says:

        Um.. I have six, they have their own door and they come and go as they please.

        Tonight, suddenly, I had the urge to eat chicken, lots of chicken and before I knew what was happening I was cleaning the grill.

      • df's puddy tat says:

        Springsick

    • Minnow says:

      Paper!

    • dwells38 says:

      Uh…because you’re a RACIST!!!

  11. Poteen says:

    ResearchOK posted a page on Cheney’s heart transplant this am. It has 1 comment. They’re afraid to comment apparently. Still got promoted to feature page though. Strange.

    • Diogenes says:

      One of CJ’s tweets tonight linked to a blog which had this to say about Cheney’s transplant:

      Condolences to the donor’s family, and to the vast majority of humankind. If I thought there were a remote chance my vital organs might wind up sustaining the life of an enfeebled war criminal, I’d gleefully ram a weed-eater through my own sternum.

      Nice friends, Chuck.

  12. El Cajon has one of the largest concentrations of Iraqis outside of Iraq.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Refugees_of_Iraq#El_Cajon

    Once again – the police should be allowed to do their work.

    • ISTE says:

      I just read the story linked to in the posted article and I then thought “um…”

      Something is not right.

      An Iraqi family in a place where they were the only Iraqis may have been targeted but a woman living in a large Iraqi community?

  13. garycooper says:

    There’s something very fishy about this case, aside from Chunky’s know-nothing involvement. The sign is a very crude touch, which looks like either a clumsy attempt at a cover-up, or the stupid raving of a dumb thug.

    Can Chunky say with certainty that the sign was not painted by himself, during his long sojourn in the Muslim-hating world? Was it a medium-size sign?

  14. mrpaulrevere says:

    This is good stuff; one of his chief stooges ‘freetoken’ promptly threw cold water on Chunk’s theory in comment #2 and it got 14 updings, which of course is a slap at Chunk.

    freetoken Sun, Mar 25, 2012 2:57:06pm

    14
    down
    up
    report

    Yesterday I wrote that there must be more to this story, and I still believe that. Not that the anti-muslim element isn’t there, but the planned break-in (through the rear) implies something pre-mediated, along of course with the note which shows that the perp had most likely written ahead of time. Makes me all believe there is some sort of stalking going on here

    • dwells38 says:

      Which means there will be resultant bannings. Maybe not right away but those names will be screen-shotted.

  15. Bunk X says:

    Hmm. “Deranged xenophobia.” I guess Charles is a sane xenophobic.

  16. Minnow says:

    ISTE :
    Um.. I have six, they have their own door and they come and go as they please.
    Tonight, suddenly, I had the urge to eat chicken, lots of chicken and before I knew what was happening I was cleaning the grill.

    Have they asked for the Harley Davidsons yet?

    First, grilled chicken. Soon, Harley Davidsons and full leathers….

    Don’t say you weren’t warned.

  17. ISTE says:

    The Salmon saga…

    07571389 34451 36 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 5:44:40pm

    Advice from cooks — I have some fresh frozen fish, and I want to bake it. Do I need to defrost it first or can I just toss it into a Pyrex dish with a little water, cover it and bake from frozen?

    Also, what’s the best oven temperature for that situation?

    07571407 34451 53 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 5:53:33pm

    re: #46 Thanos

    What kind of fish, and how thick?

    It’s Alaskan King Salmon from Trader Joe’s, and it already has a marinade on it.

    07571429 34451 75 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 5:57:55pm

    Yeah, it’s frozen in a shrink-wrapped package, with the marinade already on it.

    Maybe I should defrost in the microwave first?

    07571479 34451 120 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:08:36pm

    Mmmkay. The scientific consensus seems to be to first let the fish defrost in its shrink-wrapped package (two medium-sized fillets, inch-thick at the most) in luke warm water for 15-20 minutes, then bake in a covered Pyrex dish at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.

    And don’t even think about microwaving that bad boy.

    07571482 34451 123 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:09:10pm

    re: #111 hopperandadropper

    Hey Charles, when are you going to commemorate Les Paul?

    I did. The post is on the front page.

    07571518 34451 158 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:17:21pm

    Question: do you think it hurts or helps that people can click the rating number on their comment and see who dinged them up or down?

    07571520 34451 160 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:18:13pm

    I know. I’m Mr. Inquisitive Question Guy tonight.

    07571522 34451 162 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:19:03pm

    It’s because I’m waiting for my salmon to defrost.

    07571548 34451 188 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:24:34pm

    re: #182 karmic_inquisitor

    It should cost you 1 karma point to see who has updinged/downdinged your own post.

    Interesting idea.

    07571645 34451 280 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:46:05pm

    I changed the way open registration is indicated, by the way. There’s no little ‘(open)’ indicator now. If it’s closed and you click the ‘register’ link, you get a Javascript alert with a polite error message.

    07571656 34451 290 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 6:50:22pm

    re: #282 Truck Monkey

    I am interested to see why people register only to never or seldom post. Chip Designer. Why do you never post? I am sure that you could add a lot to any conversation that goes on here. You make me feel almost like a prolific poster by comparison. We have been around about the same amount of time.

    Some of the “stealth dingers” are banned users who sneak back in with a different email address, but seem to be afraid of drawing attention. So they ding away, often in dead threads. Kinda pathetic. They get banned again when caught.

    07571730 34451 361 Charles Fri, Aug 14, 2009 7:05:59pm

    Oh yeah.

    That king salmon is done, and it’s rockin’. Needed to bake for about 6 minutes more at 350, probably because of thickness.

    Yum!

  18. ISTE says:

    Gus_802 is as dumb as a rock.

    247 Gus
    Sun, Mar 25, 2012 11:07:54pm

    The 2nd Amendment does not read:

    A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to stalk a black dude in a hoodie carrying a can of tea and a bag of Skittles and then get into a fight with him so I can shoot him in the head shall not be infringed.

    Wasn’t shot in the head.

    If you are going to post something like that get the basic facts correct Gus.

  19. Just checking the necrobully stats.

    Chuck has his best days tweeting about dead people.

  20. ThreeHundred says:

    Someday in the probably not-so-distant future in relative terms, Chuck will be in a State home, babbling to himself about weiner pics and rather-gate, a drool out his mouth, and some State emplyoyee wiping his ass, only because he needs the job.

  21. Fred Derf says:

    He is a regular Shitlock Holmes isn’t he?