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One Year Later Cowards Remain Free: Stone Mountain Community Keeps It’s Silence On Anniversary Of Malone Youth Slaying

It’s a story which has been shared all over the world. The senseless and tragic killing of a beautiful hundred pound teen girl from Stone Mountain, GA name Vanessa “Honey” Malone went viral, as followers of her case struggled to understand why 4-6 masked gunman would shoot the unarmed young woman in the back and leave her for dead at a friends apartment that fateful day back on October 23, 2012. Vanessa’s killing seemingly sparked a revolution related to how young people are beginning to respond to gun violence against youth across the globe. The power of social media was influential in gaining wide spread outcry to have the teen’s killers brought to justice. While her story gained international prominence, the very community where the crime took place has failed to get people to start talking about what they know.

Sketchy details related to how “Honey” died which were given to cops by so called friends, continue to be a troubling factor for many following this unsolved murder mystery. A tale of gunman breaking down the door to the apartment that night, tying up three adults who all survived, and only resulting in “Honey” having been killed while she walked in on the alleged home invasion, is a fishy story that doesn’t make sense at all. Chiefly, “Honey’s” obvious lack of a threat to such a fierce and heavily armed cast of murderers, creates serious doubt about why she was killed, and coupled with the fact they shot the teen in the back and three other potential witnesses having been left behind alive points to the fact that “Honey” was an intended target of violence that night.

The cowardice nature of her killing is gut wrenching because if eye witnesses accounts are accurate, the teen couldn’t possibly have identified them at all as they were allegedly wearing mask. Unless the killers were all intimately known to “Honey”, who could be identified to her by the sound of their voices or the apparel they all were wearing. Even more disturbing is the fact that the alleged home invasion heist only landed the killers a score of loot consisting of a wallet and a cellphone. It just doesn’t add up and the suspicious circumstances surrounding one of the survivors having left the scene of the crime before police arrived, points to a potential conspiracy to cover up the teen’s killing by some of the very people who were suppose to be “Honey’s” friends.

It seems clear to everyone but the cops investigating this crime that the survivors of this horrific ordeal know more about what happened to “Honey”than what they’ve told.  Perhaps the greatest crime committed in this case is the refusal of people within the Stone Mountain community who may have information regarding the teen’s murder, but won’t cooperate or come forward to bring justice to “Honey” and her grieving family. Rumors have sense surfaced that some of the items taken in the alleged home invasion have been returned to their owners, highlighting the probability that some people may know at least one of the gunman involved in the case.

Without vital and necessary information pointing to the perpetrators of this terrible crime, the killers will never be captured and the murder of Vanessa “Honey” Malone will join the ranks of countless other unsolved cold murder cases from around the country. The continuing perpetuation of black on black violence is only shadowed by the growing number of violent crimes against women of color.  Sadly though, the culture of violence in black communities are harvested and cultivated out of the lingering conditions of slavery black people have endured. American slaves were indoctrinated into a code of secrecy and silence out of fear of being killed if they divulged knowledge of criminal details.  The exact same culture exist within the black community today, except black people are no longer fearful of reprisals from the slave master, but rather transfixed with fear from a polarizing culture of violent criminals who are now also blacks living in their own communities.

Someone knows who killed Vanessa “Honey” Malone and why. They should break the shackles of mental enslavement by rendering justice to “Honey”, her family, and their own community by coming forward to reveal what they know, or stay idle with a gasping silence which only leads way to the next victim of such a violent crime that could result in the lost of a loved one’s life or your very own. #justice4honey.

 

 

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I’m David Adams

 

 

 

David Adams

Self proclaimed geek, Advocate for the homeless, Social Change, Crime Blogger, and mobile technology enthusiast. A recognized Journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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It’s a story which has been shared all over the world. The senseless and tragic killing of a beautiful hundred pound teen girl from Stone Mountain, GA name Vanessa “Honey” Malone went viral, as followers of her case struggled to understand why 4-6 masked gunman would shoot the unarmed young woman in the back and leave her for dead at a friends apartment that fateful day back on October 23, 2012. Vanessa’s killing seemingly sparked a revolution related to how young people are beginning to respond to gun violence against youth across the globe. The power of social media was influential in gaining wide spread outcry to have the teen’s killers brought to justice. While her story gained international prominence, the very community where the crime took place has failed to get people to start talking about what they know.

Sketchy details related to how “Honey” died which were given to cops by so called friends, continue to be a troubling factor for many following this unsolved murder mystery. A tale of gunman breaking down the door to the apartment that night, tying up three adults who all survived, and only resulting in “Honey” having been killed while she walked in on the alleged home invasion, is a fishy story that doesn’t make sense at all. Chiefly, “Honey’s” obvious lack of a threat to such a fierce and heavily armed cast of murderers, creates serious doubt about why she was killed, and coupled with the fact they shot the teen in the back and three other potential witnesses having been left behind alive points to the fact that “Honey” was an intended target of violence that night.

The cowardice nature of her killing is gut wrenching because if eye witnesses accounts are accurate, the teen couldn’t possibly have identified them at all as they were allegedly wearing mask. Unless the killers were all intimately known to “Honey”, who could be identified to her by the sound of their voices or the apparel they all were wearing. Even more disturbing is the fact that the alleged home invasion heist only landed the killers a score of loot consisting of a wallet and a cellphone. It just doesn’t add up and the suspicious circumstances surrounding one of the survivors having left the scene of the crime before police arrived, points to a potential conspiracy to cover up the teen’s killing by some of the very people who were suppose to be “Honey’s” friends.

It seems clear to everyone but the cops investigating this crime that the survivors of this horrific ordeal know more about what happened to “Honey”than what they’ve told.  Perhaps the greatest crime committed in this case is the refusal of people within the Stone Mountain community who may have information regarding the teen’s murder, but won’t cooperate or come forward to bring justice to “Honey” and her grieving family. Rumors have sense surfaced that some of the items taken in the alleged home invasion have been returned to their owners, highlighting the probability that some people may know at least one of the gunman involved in the case.

Without vital and necessary information pointing to the perpetrators of this terrible crime, the killers will never be captured and the murder of Vanessa “Honey” Malone will join the ranks of countless other unsolved cold murder cases from around the country. The continuing perpetuation of black on black violence is only shadowed by the growing number of violent crimes against women of color.  Sadly though, the culture of violence in black communities are harvested and cultivated out of the lingering conditions of slavery black people have endured. American slaves were indoctrinated into a code of secrecy and silence out of fear of being killed if they divulged knowledge of criminal details.  The exact same culture exist within the black community today, except black people are no longer fearful of reprisals from the slave master, but rather transfixed with fear from a polarizing culture of violent criminals who are now also blacks living in their own communities.

Someone knows who killed Vanessa “Honey” Malone and why. They should break the shackles of mental enslavement by rendering justice to “Honey”, her family, and their own community by coming forward to reveal what they know, or stay idle with a gasping silence which only leads way to the next victim of such a violent crime that could result in the lost of a loved one’s life or your very own. #justice4honey.

 

 

The People’s Champion

I’m David Adams

 

 

 

David Adams

Self proclaimed geek, Advocate for the homeless, Social Change, Crime Blogger, and mobile technology enthusiast. A recognized Journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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