Ms. Fannie Gumbinger Was 99 Years Old…

…  She lived in up-state New York  […] Gumbinger was found dead in her home at 22 Underhill Ave. early Wednesday morning.

Freer said police are still at Gumbinger’s home Underhill Avenue today [Saturday] and expect to finish processing the crime scene this afternoon or evening.

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“We’re still processing evidence,” he said. “We anticipate completing the scene processing sometime today.”

Police charged Javon Tyrek Rogers, 20, of the City of Poughkeepsie, with first-degree murder and first-degree burglary around 11 p.m. in connection with the homicide of Fannie Gumbinger, 99, city police Detective Lt. Edward Freer said in a written release late Friday night.

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Authorities had not released Rogers’ booking photo, as of Saturday afternoon.  [*snip this picture is from earlier – same guy … /SD]

Dutchess County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Kari Reiber said that Gumbinger died of “multiple injuries,” following an autopsy Thursday, but would not say what caused her death, citing the ongoing investigation.  (full story link with video)

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38 Responses to Ms. Fannie Gumbinger Was 99 Years Old…

  1. Mike says:

    Reblogged this on This Got My Attention and commented:
    Amazing savagery.

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  2. sangell says:

    There has been a low level race war being waged against white people for most of the post ‘civil rights movement’ era. Almost as soon as the had ink dried on the Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts in the mid sixties than incidents like the Zebra killings in San Francisco began to break out.

    At first they were isolated and episodic incidents of black on white horror, often involving rape and torture but because they occurred during a time when more notorious serial killers were on the prowl ( Zodiac, Son of Sam, etc) they often did not for reasons of taste and tact the same attention as did the more bizarre crimes. Some black serial killers even went undetected for years so great was the bias to believe that only white males did these kind of crimes.

    By the end of the eighties the era of the serial killer, for whatever reason, dissipated as did the more flagrantly black on white spree murders of the murders entire families but it has been replaced with an even larger number of black on white killings where a rape or robbery also took place and thus allowed it be categorized as more conventional crime even though there was precious little white on black crime of the same sort showing again a racial component to even ‘normal’ criminal activity. This too was somewhat hidden in the 1990’s by an unprecedented amount of black on black crime owing to the rise of crack cocaine and gang activity. Washington, DC e.g. was routinely had 500 or more murders per year back then. A murder rate of greater than 1 per 1000 black residents. It was not alone.

    Since then the overall murder rate has declined as the cohort of young black hoodlums of prime murder age and inclination was severely culled or imprisoned during this orgy of violence. I suspect it will again soar as the progeny of this first generation of black savages will be reaching the same as their sperm donor did when they were either killed or put in prison. Has the black on white street murder rate stayed steady or increased during the last 15 to 20 years? I’m not sure. It certainly has not declined as fast as the black on black murder rates have though.

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  3. Spar Harmon says:

    “Multiple injuries”– how horribly suggestive of this poor woman’s last moments. My Dad will be 100 on the last day of this coming October. It is my hope he will reach his last day on this side of the veil peacefully.

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  4. I’m sickened and heart-broken. There are no words to describe the low-life who would beat an old woman to death. Why? She couldn’t have possibly been a threat. No way. My mother lost her own mother a very young age (my Mom was 10, her mother was 29) and now, at age 84, she still cannot talk about it without crying. It profoundly affected her and has for her entire life. She has NEVER stopped grieving and it breaks my heart. I found a “book” of poetry she made when she was in High School (graduated at 16, so probably 15-16 years old) and there was a poem in it entitled “Somebody’s Mother” that obviously touched her. She was somebody’s mother, but this is no “noble” boy:

    Somebody’s Mother
    By Mary D. Brine

    The woman was old and ragged and gray,
    And bent with the chill of a winter’s day;
    The streets were white with a recent snow,
    And the woman’s feet with age were slow.

    At the crowded crossing she waited long,
    Jostled aside by the careless throng
    Of human beings who passed her by.
    Unheeding the glance of her anxious eye.

    Down the street with laughter and shout.
    Glad in the freedom of “school let out,”
    Come happy boys, like a flock of sheep,
    Hailing the snow piled white and deep;
    Past the woman, so old and gray.
    Hastened the children on their way.

    None offered a helping hand to her,
    So weak and timid, afraid to stir,
    Lest the carriage wheels or the horses’ feet
    Should trample her down in the slippery street.

    At last came out of the merry troop
    The gayest boy of all the group;
    He paused beside her and whispered low,
    “I’ll help you across, if you wish to go.”

    Her aged hand on his strong young arm
    She placed, and so without hurt or harm
    He guided the trembling feet along,
    Proud that his own were young and strong;
    Then back again to his friends he went,
    His young heart happy and well content

    “She’s somebody’s mother, boys, you know,
    For all she’s aged, and poor and slow;
    And some one, some time, may lend a hand
    To help my mother—you understand?—
    If ever she’s old and poor and gray,
    And her own dear boy so far away.”

    “Somebody’s mother” bowed low her head
    In her home that night, and the prayer she said
    Was: “God be kind to that noble boy,
    Who is somebody’s son and pride and joy.”

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  5. this happens plenty of times. It’s impossible to comprehend how many times this has happened between, let’s say, 1990 and when Trayvon was ‘chased down as he cried for his mom’. Only now are people waking up.

    Hopefully Paul Ryan has an apology laden press conference ready tomorrow. When will he and the republican congress put an end to their madness! God help anybody who doesn’t realize this is sarcasm.

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  6. Looks like he could be Eric Holder’s son – literally.

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  7. Pouhkeepsie? Tawana Brawley? Urban Warfare…

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  8. Sharon says:

    I think of her fighting for her life with all of her might, not too different from how a baby being aborted tries to get away from the cutting edges, from the killing solutions. Even if she was “in good shape” for 99, her strength greatly diminished from younger years when others perhaps chuckled at her ability to “take care of herself,” her flailing arms and limited wrist and hand strength were no match for the weapons against her. No gentleness or tender touch for her in her final hour.

    The consequences of deadly foolishness for the last one hundred years….foolishness and willing deception —> deadly consequences.

    There’s no need to argue percentages of cause – but on the day this nation went on record as favoring policies in opposition to the state of Israel, the days of being sheltered from the consequences of national sin were over. Genesis 12:5

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  9. Lulu says:

    “Soulless eyes”. Yes. A common feature of these animals.

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    • Interesting about their eyes – my husband says, every time he sees one of these mugshots – there should be a “test” with the advancements in science that we have, to determine “soulless-ness” by looking at their eyes. Look at their eyes – they’re “dead” inside. There is nothing there. They are operating on a not fully developed brain stem, their actions are instinctual and primitive – like a predator. It’s time to start calling a spade a spade in the country – seriously.

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      • sangell says:

        A ‘cat’ is a ferocious predator but I once saw a rather large cat jump up to it food bowl and a neighboring ‘pet’ rat run up to it and place its paws upon the cat and stand on its hind legs leaning against the feeding cat. We all watched with alarm as the cat turned its head toward this puny animal interrupting its meal. The look at this palomino colored rat and its expression was priceless. It KNEW what it should do but it also KNEW that that rat was not food and that it was another one of those curious creatures it hung around pets so it accepted the humiliation and went back to its bowl of cat food with the rat merrily exploring this large ( to it ) predators body.

        Now a reptile or a predator fish? Never happen. Can’t say the cat wouldn’t kill the rat if people weren’t around but the mammalian brain, even at the animal level, can, if it wants, restrain itself from even its most instinctive behavior if it realizes it is not necessary or would be ‘wrong’. Cat can’t read no bible, no ‘though shall not kill’ in its biological commandments but it knew enough that a rat was not a threat to it and if the rat wasn’t running for its life it was being protected by something else more powerful than it so he had better leave it alone.

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  10. myopiafree says:

    Yet another “public relations moment” for Obama to insist that, “…Rogers could have been my son…” Perhaps Obama is correct.

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    • Spar Harmon says:

      Soul lost.. We are all merely animals unless we have sought and found that portal within, thrown the door open and let our salvation in and accepted the help so freely and powerfully given… And still we are animals but transformed into channels of Light to our brothers and sisters.
      I look into those eyes and I see the eyes I woke up to in jail after my own blind willfullness self-destructed Me, and in the eyes of nearly all those around me, guards included. It took me a month and a half after I was released to reach that searing moment of self-honesty, to finally reach the nadir of all I thought myself to be, and to reach blindly for the only possible help left… And It came.
      That boy is lost to his soul. Fannie is at peace. I grieve that she died in horror. I pray for the young man to find his soul.

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    • sangell says:

      It was a moment of remarkable candor. The remark that the Obama presidency will be remembered by. The First Black President of the United States claiming paternity to a 17 year old violent criminal. Its ‘definitional time’. No white person in a leadership position would even think of such a response, It is pure, fundamental negro.

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  11. Wizzum says:

    She lived through two world wars, the great depression, the social upheaval of the 60’s and dies at the hand of a low life. Tied to an ants nest is too good for anyone of any race that does that.

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  12. PatriotUSA says:

    Even ants do not deserve this piece of refuse staked to the nest. Just so sick of this and how it is not getting reported as it should be. The cost of one bullet is even too much for such a low life vermin and predator.

    NO ONE of any age should meet their end this way but at 99, just livid and I bet it would be real easy to find volunteers to pull the trigger, pull the lever, operate the controls to push the syringes, release the blade……

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  13. PatriotUSA says:

    Here is a topic related link about black violence from a BLACK Professor at Columbia. He is sorta calling a spade a spade on the why’s of Black violence and the why not regarding the not reporting of this epidemic at the hands of Obama’s sons. A reasonably good op/ed and consider it is from the rag known as Time.

    http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/time-magazine-breaks-media-taboo-on-epidemic-of-black-violence/

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Since the GOP is now trying to propose fixing the unfixable….(Obamacare, Etc.) all hope is lost. This stuff can not be fixed. Prepare for the total collapse. I was just watching the Huckadope Babble….Good Grief.

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  14. ed357 says:

    What say you?????????

    wIth all the news about “polar bear hunting” and the gang murders of
    elderly and/or generally defenseless “white” people……

    it tends to set up a natural legit defense for the first “white” person that
    kills 6 or more while protecting himself with a legally carried handgun….

    BTW…. get a good pistol, your CCW, and practice……a “battle rifle” might
    also come in handy.

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    • PatriotUSA says:

      Damn fine advice is all I can say!

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    • John McLachlan says:

      The terms “polar bear hunting” and “the knockout game” have both been replaced, in diverse company, only, by the single more politically correct term “walking while black”.

      Most probably, a media consultant recommended this change of nomenclature, because “shot when walking while black” elicits feelings of guilt among white people and outrage among black people more effectively than “shot while polar bear hunting and choosing the wrong victim” or “shot after selecting the wrong victim while playing the knockout game”.

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  15. czarowniczy says:

    We saw this a lot – the elderly are the prime targets for the lowlife thugs in the projects. When the pickin’s are slim in the hood they tend to expand outward – at one point the USPS was balking at delivering welfare and Social Security checks (this was a bit back) as the thugs didn’t want to waste time picking on one elderly at a time, they’d grab the postperson and get a handful. When more elderly were getting checks before the Feds made an account mandatory we’d have thugs waiting outside of the ‘We Cash Checks’ stores like buzzards. There was a noticeable assault/theft spike around check times.
    The elderly can’t effectively fight back, they have great difficulty, not to mention reluctance, in fingering the culprit and defense attorneys tear them apart on the stand if the case goes to trial. Why an individual robber beats an elderly, or any other target, to death is an individual thing but it doesn’t take much for a 90-year old to sustain damage and, like the home invader arrested in the next city over said when they asked him why his krewe killed everyone in the house: “We didn’t want any witnesses”.

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  16. Wanna guess how much press this story got last year on the alphabet news stations? I find it interesting how a single altercation between a black and hispanic man gets so much press and is decried by millions as unconscionable and despicable yet we’ve come to a point where black crime is perceived as “normal”. As if it’s just a given that these sorts of things will happen and culture just perpetuates this perception. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2117695/Brutal-home-invasion-Oklahoma-couple-ends-65-year-romance-meeting-blind-date.html

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  17. Carol Wyant says:

    My heart goes out to her family…I am in tears! Last year Javon tried to kill my 3 girls strangled 2…hit the other on the back of the head with a knife handle….after one punched him in the face…they all managed to get in my house and lock the door to call the police. He then proceeded to break windows to get at my girls. When me and my husband ran outside to see if he was gone he was burglarizing our car. He served only 8 months of a 7yr sentence for “good” behavior and time served!!! What the hell is that???? If they kept him in jail…Fannie would of never been murdered. My condolences to her family….I would love to speak to them….

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