Day 3 – Mona Nelson Trial – The Blowtorch Killer

A black lady, Mona Nelson, kidnapped a 12 year old white boy, Jonathan Foster, from his home on Christmas eve 2010.   She tied him up with twine and then burned him to death with a blowtorch.   When she was finished she took his burned lifeless body out to the woods and threw him in a ditch.    Her trial began this week.  

The national media continues ignores the story….  We share it because no-one else will.

johnathan foster and mona nelsonHOUSTON (KTRK) — On Wednesday, the  mother of a little boy who was allegedly kidnapped and later turned up dead had to relive that day in court.  On Thursday, Jonathan Foster’s grandmother had to do the same.

In tears, Mary Gifford testified about Foster, her grandson, coming home to Texas after living with relatives in Mississippi and Missouri in 2010.

“We talked about him going to live with his mother. That’s when he said that was his wish for his birthday. He was really, really happy. He was flourishing, he was complete,” Gifford said.

Foster turned 12 in November, and on Christmas Eve, he vanished from the duplex where he and his mother, Angela Davis, were living with a woman who was friends with the defendant, Mona Nelson.

Prosecutors say Nelson was the last person to see Foster on the afternoon of December 24. His body was found burned in a ditch four days later.

Nelson is charged with his kidnapping and murder. Her attorney says she had no motive in this case and that someone else could have committed the crime.  (continue reading)

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14 Responses to Day 3 – Mona Nelson Trial – The Blowtorch Killer

  1. Mona Nelson is insisting she’s “innocent” of killing the boy – she admits to dumping his body because she had to, they had her on surveillance video. She is pointing the finger at the boy’s step-father. A month after Jonathan came to live with his mother and step-father they separated and Mona Nelson has said that he’s said things like “he’s a crybaby” and “he’s destroying my marriage”. However, investigators have corroborated his alibi and he was eliminated as a suspect.
    They’ve never come up with a motive for this horrendous crime and the defense is using that to their advantage but I believe that in the end she will be convicted. They do have physical evidence against her, although none on the boy’s body. They know she was with him when he disappeared and they found twine in her home that he was tied up with. They also found burned carpet in her home that would indicate that is where she blow-torched him. And, of course, they found blow torch tools. She’s going down and they’d better give her the death penalty. She’s a rabid animal that needs to be put down.

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    • douglasjbender says:

      I am familiar with all of those facts. I also know that they found a sweater of hers or his that had both his and her DNA or blood on it. But even with all of those facts (and I am myself confident that she killed him), there apparently is no evidence (that I have seen) that indicates that she KILLED him with the blowtorch. As far as anyone knows, she strangled him, THEN blow-torched his already-dead body. Still horrendous and vile, but NOT the same as killing him slowly, tortuously, with a blowtorch. (And maybe that’s how she killed him — but there is no evidence, yet, that indicates that’s how she did.)

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  2. douglasjbender says:

    “A black lady, Mona Nelson, kidnapped a 12 year old white boy, Jonathan Foster, from his home on Christmas eve 2010. She tied him up with twine and then burned him to death with a blowtorch. When she was finished she took his burned lifeless body out to the woods and threw him in a ditch. Her trial began this week.”

    This is absolutely no better than the “spin” that the BGI put upon Zimmerman before his trial was even begun. MAYBE that is what happened — but there is no proof, and no very strong evidence that I can see. (Personally, I lean towards her being guilty.) Furthermore, what is the evidence that she “tied him up with twine”, or that she “burned him to death with a blowtorch”? Even if she kidnapped him and killed him, then burned him, how does anyone know if she did not kill him by strangulation, and THEN burn his dead body? This article seems to be mostly an attempt to stir up animosity and emotion.

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    • Murse says:

      “Even if she kidnapped him and killed him, then burned him, how does anyone know if she did not kill him by strangulation, and THEN burn his dead body? This article seems to be mostly an attempt to stir up animosity and emotion.”

      Completely irrelevant. The point is the double standard the MSM upholds when reporting crimes committed by Blacks against Whites.

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    • sundance says:

      That’s the point idjit !

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    • Pax Romana says:

      “….how does anyone know if she did not kill him by strangulation, and THEN burn his dead body? This article seems to be mostly an attempt to stir up animosity and emotion.”

      Excerpt from article that also mentions autopsy results:

      Police Believe Child Was Killed With Welding Torch

      Stephen Dean, KPRC (Houston), December 31, 2010

      “HOUSTON –Homicide investigators said a welding torch is the likely weapon used in 12-year-old Jonathan Foster’s death, Local 2 Investigates reported Friday. “We’re talking crematorium-type of hot,” said one Houston Police Department Homicide Squad officer assigned to the nvestigation. Police said they confiscated a badly burned section of carpet from the home of Mona Yvette Nelson, 44, who stands charged with capital murder. She had a welding background and police found welding equipment in her home on Allwood Street in the Fifth Ward area of Northeast Houston. Police said a section of carpet was badly burned and the smell of a human body filled the area around that carpet. DNA tests are being ordered to analyze any bodily fluids.

      One investigator assigned to the case said it now appears Foster was killed at that spot in Nelson’s home within hours of being kidnapped from his family’s home near Shepherd Drive and 43rd Street in Northwest Houston. Police say she was acquainted with some members of the boy’s family.

      One officer said on Friday that the autopsy has ruled out any trauma on the child’s body. There were no broken bones or any signs of strangulation or head wounds, so officers said it now appears the child was killed with a welding torch that could be capable of 6,000-degree flames. “I’ve never seen burns like this,” said one officer who viewed the boy’s body after it was found in a ditch off the Hardy Toll Road on Tuesday. He said that killers often try to cover their tracks by burning the victim’s corpse, but in this boy’s case, the burning was so intense and thorough that many veteran homicide investigators are struggling with the notion of such a grisly and painful way to die.”

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  3. scaretactics says:

    If you google “Mona Nelson” you will find more info on her past and the statements from the detectives who found Jonathon. She certainly appears to be guilty of killing this boy. She also sounds like a psychopath.

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  4. Sentenza says:

    In this picture, are they trying to make her look white by airbrushing things?

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  5. Moishe Pipik says:

    The theory I read on some African American blogs is that this woman is a drug dealer and the boy’s mother owed her money. (As if that somehow makes this OK.) I don’t think there’s any evidence of this.

    Here’s an article about this theory: http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Killing-of-Houston-boy-12-described-as-drug-1689777.php

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    • IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

      hmm where have we heard that excuse before? oh right elkins says antonio santiago’s mom is a crack whore and is litigious.

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    • Murse says:

      Nothing can get in the way of the benjamins!

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Yep, we’re down to this – motive is a crime to pay back a crime, partial justification through the victim’s being partially to blame. Can’t even attribute any normal civil-ish justification, best we can do is throw the defendant’s defense upon her lack of civilization, humanity and inability to function in a too-white society. We hear some variation on that almost weekly (weakly) to try and soothe the shock of some of the uncivilized goings-on in our finer neighborhoods. Five-year old shot down at her birthday party? Twenty people shot at a Mother’s Day parade? Ain’t the actor’s fault, it’s all the blame of the drug culture.

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  6. Swamp Witch says:

    The Media is avoiding the Mona Nelson trial like the plague ! De’Marquis Elkins jury selection starts Monday and I haven’t seen the Media report anything about it . Crickets .

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