Very quickly three of the four hood rat sub-human scum that robbed and brutally beat and rapped a mother of two while she was walking to the subway from her Church in Jamaica, have been arrested.
These ghetto hood rats are Brandon Walker, 20, Justin Williams, 17, and Julisses Ginel, 19, and all live on the shitty road, South Road (now known as Tuskegee Airman Way) at 53 South Road, a fucking ghetto group home. AND they want to keep dumping more group homes, supportive housing and homeless shelters in the area, knowing full well, this is the type of people you get in those places, not cute little girls and boys, that the Mayor likes to put in front of the camera when talking about the homeless.
So let’s hear from the hood rats, the family members and friends of these scum bags, about what good kids they are or how they are trying to get their life back on track or that they were falsely arrested or any other bullshit that the ghetto hood rat crowd loves to ramble on about.
AND what the fuck is it with black communities and their constant getting together for some bullshit vigil prayer group on issues like this. WHAT ABOUT FUCKING ACTION. Prayer is bullshit and does not a damn fucking thing, it is passive. Just like Councilman I. Daneek Miller and a group of people from Greater Allen Church who held a vigil prayer at the Royal Waste Dump. What, are you going to do an exorcism to remove the pollutants and stench from the poisonous waste dump in the middle of a residential area. Take action to have such places removed. Take action to see that no more homeless shelters, group homes and supportive housing are dumped here.
ACTION FOLKS. HOLDING ELECTED OFFICIALS ACCOUNTABLE. CALLING ON PEOPLE IN YOUR COMMUNITY FOR THE NONSENSE.GOING TO THE POLLS AND VOTING OUT THE SAME OLD BULLSHIT DO NOTHING CORRUPT OFFICIALS. Not some voodoo magic, shaking chicken bones and holding hands while praying to some make believe thing. KEEP that bullshit for the privacy of your own home. Out in public WE NEED FUCKING ACTION.
Brandon Walker, 20, Justin Williams, 17, and Julisses Ginel, 19, were charged early Friday in the sickening attack on Liberty Ave., near 150th St., in Jamaica.
The last suspect, a 20-year-old man, was still being sought.
“This is very good news. Praise God! I am very happy that they are arrested,” said Pastor Kehinde Oyetunde of Celestial Church of Christ.
The victim, 50, was leaving the church about 11 p.m. Tuesday when the four creeps grabbed her, cops said.
“This is the devil’s work,” Oyetunde said. “They need to be in prison and get the counseling they need to turn their lives around.”
When reached Thursday, the victim, a Liberian immigrant, declined to comment.
The suspects all live in the same group home on 53 South Rd. in Jamaica, police said.
Cops recovered two imitation pistols from their rooms, and believe one was used during the robbery, sources said.
The trio was charged late Thursday evening.
The woman told police that after the suspects pulled a gun on her, she gave them everything she had — her cell phone, MetroCard and a little cash, but they clearly wanted more.
“They tell me, ‘You don’t have money, so take off your clothes!’” the victim told The News in an exclusive interview. “I said, ‘What? In the middle of the street?’”
Walker, Williams, Ginel and their accomplice, took the woman behind a parked garbage truck and forced her to perform oral sex on them, police said.
“They said, ‘If you don’t do that, I’ll shoot you,’” the victim recounted. “So I did what I had to do.”
She first tried to scare the fiends away by claiming to be HIV-positive — even though she is not — but the threat of infection didn’t scare the attackers.
One of them ran off, then returned a few minutes later with a condom, the stunned woman told police.
“You’re a stupid African woman,” one of the men said as he slapped her.
Once the suspects ran off, the half-naked woman raced back to the church and told Oyetunde what happened.
Cops recovered at least one condom behind a garbage truck and were processing it for DNA, police sources said.
The victim’s sweater was also under scrutiny for potential evidence.
The woman was taken to Queens Hospital Center for observation and released a few hours later.
“I’m shaken,” the married mother of two said. “I’m trying to get over it, but it’s not easy.”
Cops identified the suspects through surveillance video near the scene and picked them up at their group home.
They are charged with criminal sex act, robbery, sex abuse and weapons possession.
Dozens turned out Thursday night for a vigil outside the church that led to a group prayer at the scene of the crime.
“It’s sad that this could happen to one of us here,” said fellow congregant Bose Oyetunde, who said female church members are afraid to attend services.
“I was coming from work this afternoon,” she said. “I was walking right here. I was shedding tears, I’m still scared.”