One thing you could say about ANSWP Commander Bill White; when he was still in Roanoke, Virginia, "Negritude" in that community was kept under reasonable control. But now that White has been jailed by the Federal government since October 2008, the local Negroes are starting to get uppity once again.
On May 7th, 2009, WSLS Channel 10 reported that four Negro males, who Federal agents say planned to hold two women for ransom, are now in custody at the Roanoke City Jail. The four are charged with kidnapping conspiracy and attempted kidnapping. Their identities:
-- Mohammed Guhad, age 19, a Somali citizen enrolled at Patrick Henry High School.
-- Joshua Kasongo, age 19, a Rwandan citizen who is a Roanoke County firefighter.
-- Luke Elbino, age 19, a Sudanese citizen enrolled at Virginia Western.
-- Anthony Muse, age 18, a U.S. citizen from Roanoke enrolled at Patrick Henry High School.
Read the 11-page criminal complaint HERE. All three of the foreigners are legal residents of the U.S.
The first three were arrested by Roanoke County police on April 6th for unsuccesfully trying to force their way into a home. The intended victim fought back and chased them away. They were charged with breaking and entering, and released on bond. Kasongo and Elbino were then arrested by the Feds on May 1st after reporting to their probation officer. Guhad was arrested by the Feds on May 1st. Muse was also arrested by the Feds on May 1st at Patrick Henry High School.
The scheme was quite elaborate. Kasongo, Guhad, and Elbino decided to devise a scheme to kidnap the wives of wealthy men to hold for ransom. Kasongo would plan the kidnappings and conduct ransom negotiations, Guhad would find a place to detain kidnap victims and obtain necessary supplies such as duct tape, rope, gloves, disguises and handcuffs, and Elbino would use his laptop computer to identify and research potential kidnapping targets. Guhad then recruited Muse to provide a location to confine the kidnap victims until the ransom was paid. Muse agreed to provide an unoccupied trailer in a secluded area of Roanoke County for this purpose.
The four individuals then began driving through wealthy neighborhoods to spot residences they felt housed wealthy occupants who could afford paying substantial ransoms. They then accessed the Internet to research the intended targets of the kidnapping scheme and obtain their personal information. From this process, they selected two initial victims. The first attempt on April 6th failed. They were arrested before they could attempt to kidnap their second victim.
On Thursday May 14th, Joshua Kasongo, Luke Elbino and Anthony Muse pleaded not guilty to kidnapping conspiracy and attempted kidnapping. They are all being held without bond until their trials. On May 21st, Mohammed Guhad also pleaded not guilty and was also ordered held without bond. No trial dates have been set for the four. Additional coverage in the Roanoke Times. Ironically, their judge, Michael Urbanski, is the same judge Bill White first faced after his October arrest.
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