Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Murder of Ann Arbor Medical Student Appears to be racially motivated.

Murder of Ann Arbor medical student appears to be racially motivated

Police in South Carolina have arrested three black male suspects for the murder of Paul DeWolf. He was a 2nd Lieutenant in the military that was attending medical school. The victim was found dead inside his Ann Arbor, Michigan apartment of a gunshot wound. However, police say nothing appeared to be stolen and they do not believe the victim knew his killers. The murder appears to be purely a hate crime/thrill murder. The victim was undoubtedly targeted because he is white. He may have been killed execution style as the injury is described as “a single gunshot wound to the head.”
Since the victim is white, the media is using the standard “robbery gone wrong” euphemism. If the races were reversed, this would be a major news story and races of those involved would be listed in the headlines.
All three suspects were arrested in South Carolina. Two of the suspects have been identified. They are residents of North Charleston and Sumter. Police say one of them is also listed in the white pages for a residence in Michigan. Extradition hearings are planned for all three suspects.
Ann Arbor police have identified and arrested three suspects after an intensive homicide investigation into the death of Paul DeWolf.
His death has remained unsolved for more than three months.
DeWolf, a 25-year-old University of Michigan medical student from Schoolcraft and a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force, was found shot dead on July 24 in his off-campus apartment in the 200 block of North Ingalls, according to Ann Arbor police.
Ann Arbor Police Chief John Seto announced the update on the suspects’ arrests in a news release sent out at about 5 p.m. Thursday by the city of Ann Arbor.
“Our focus continues to be the successful conclusion of this incident and respect for the DeWolf family,” he said in his message.
Seto said the suspects have not yet been charged. Detectives are continuing to gather evidence and build the case, he said.
Police indicated more information about the case will be released when appropriate. This will include the suspects’ identities after they have been arraigned on charges against them.
“Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the DeWolf Family,” Seto said. “We would also like to thank Mr. and Mrs. DeWolf for their support of the Ann Arbor Police Department throughout this investigation.
“Their strength and their faith have inspired all who have worked on this case.”

No comments:

Post a Comment