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The Color Of Honey: Vanessa Malone Murder Case A Casualty Of Race Hate

When it comes to violent crimes in America often times the scale is tilted along the lines of race when we consider the resources, time, and necessary diligence police investigators  put into criminal cases to actually solve many of these crimes. The Natalie Halloway case is a textbook example of how white victims of crime are given more favorable, aggressive, and steadfast investigative efforts in the pursuit of justice, while police investigations for victims of other ethnicities tend to receive less intensive indulgence from many of the same authorities responsible for solving violent crime across the country.

Also, crimes which occur in predominately black neighborhoods are met with a similar stone wall, as people who know something about criminal cases remain silent because of “street codes of silence.” Black communities also often times project the same type of race bias when the victims within their own communities are fair-skinned or are of mixed race. There were no media Blitz like the extensive media coverage that was afforded Halloway, and there were no marches or protest calling for justice for Vanessa “Honey” Malone like those that occurred across the country for Trayvon Martin (a person of darker complexion). The Malone murder case has unfortunately fallen between a race line in which the teen’s complexion may be the greatest hindrance prohibiting the child’s family from obtaining justice in her senseless murder case.

The account given by three adults at the scene of the home invasion when Malone was killed seems suspicious, and they all are also widely believed to know more about how the pretty teen was killed. Items they say were stolen from their home that night have reportedly been returned to them (like the cellphone a woman their that night say was stolen). It’s troubling that circumstances like this related to her case hasn’t sparked interest from police, and tends to scream loudly that the woman has fast track knowledge leading to the identity of the alleged gunman who killed Malone. It’s rare that victims of robberies ever get their stolen property back. This is an extremely important element of the Malone murder case, but there was even more areas that should have brought more intense scrutiny from police from the very start.

One of the men who was supposedly a victim of the home invasion that night actually fled the scene prior to police arrival, and the collective eye witness account from surviving victims of the home invasion failed to explain this mysterious fourth victim’s whereabouts during the crime while it was in progress. Their story isn’t logical from start to finish. I never have overcome how Malone could have entered the apartment from a rear entrance if the three adults had already settled down and went to bed for the evening. My initial apprehension regarding this minor detail remains and it’s just mind boggling why cops investigating this murder have yet to focus on such a rudimentary fact finding element of this entire investigation. Somebody left the door open accidentally or it was ajar on purpose.

They told cops that Malone entered the rear of the apartment while the home invasion was already in progress. They also say she became frightened and attempted to flee the apartment, but was captured and brought back inside. According to the female witness, that’s when Malone allegedly began to scream, and shots were heard. Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the entire crime is that the allege robbers shot and killed the person who posed the least threat to them, a 100 pound petite girl, and the cowards shot her in the back when it was absolutely no need to do so. However, the lives of the others (all adults) strangely were spared. No one has ever explained why Malone was the only person killed, and the confusing story that the survivors told the cops should be the only focal point to determine why.

It’s really not a case which requires CSI Detectives to solve her murder, when there is clear evidence that points to the fact Malone may have been lured to that location. The cops say the motivation for the home invasion was drug related, yet one of the male witnesses on the scene that night was later arrested for tampering with evidence. Cops believe the man destroyed drugs which were reportedly in the apartment. So, the logical question must be, if the robbers ransacked the apartment as the surviving victims describe, then why didn’t they find drugs inside the house, and more importantly why only a cellphone and wallet were the only items taken during the robbery. Also, if the men were masked there was a very low probability that Malone or any of the other victims would have ever been able to identify them, and further illustrating the senselessness of Malone having been killed.

There is a strong underlying common sense factor here that cries out that Malone was in fact not only an intended target in this crime, but that the 3 adults may have lured the child there knowing that potential serious harm awaited her. We could rationalize a million theories why they lured her there, but one perspective I have always considered is Malone having been tagged as a scapegoat for missing drug money or drugs. A house with drugs inside targeted for a home invasion supports cops claim that the crime was drug related, but they had no weapons to defend themselves in the event that a situation like this should arise, which is typical SOP (standard operation procedure) in drug culture. The absence of weapons in the invaded house demonstrates that it was a low level drug operation or somebody was there for the purpose of collecting an overdue drug debt.

When we consider the account of eye witnesses who say that 4-6 heavily armed men broke through the door of the home, it’s safe to conclude they weren’t there for lunch money. What ever scenario is accurate I have always believed that Malone was blamed for something, lured there, and subsequently murdered as a result. This also would mean that the 3 adults know exactly who is responsible for her killing and why they killed her. Some people have been critical of Malone’s association with apparent drug dealers, but it’s no secret that the pretty teen was known to smoke marijuana, a common trait of today’s youth, and Malone may have only went to the apartment that night simply to buy marijuana without knowing that danger awaited her.

In my scenario Malone was the perfect alibi to ease out of a pinch when potential drug dealers (the three adults) knew that drug heavy weights were lurking for their money. She was a known regular at the burglarized apartment and pinning the lost of drug proceeds on the teen would have been believable to angry thugs wanting their money. The adults may have also targeted Malone because of her mixed race, while knowing her family, and believing that they could get away with it because they saw potential retaliation from her family as non existent. Malone whose mother is white may have fell prey to an indigent hatred for white people that many blacks foster. I have always believed that the grimy bastards (the 3 adults) picked on the Malone teen to buy time to resolve a drug debt thinking that the girl’s family weren’t capable of coming back at them with retaliatory revenge.

A pretty half white girl may have been perfect bate to temporarily satisfy the blood thirst revenge of money hungry thugs eager to send a merciless message regarding the lost of drugs or drug profits, and perpetuating a known bias by many blacks for people of mix race. Moreover, the police’ inability to solve the teen’s murder seems almost purposeful, as Flora Malone (Honey’s Mom) is constantly met with “no” and more “nos” when she inquires about her child’s killing. It has been well documented how police agencies are quick to label every violent crime related to blacks as drug related far too frequently, coupled with a half white, half black victim, and embroiled with policing within a region of the country known for prejudice related to cases like this involving black people in general, appears to be demonstrative of the very apathy toward solving crimes pertaining to blacks as I have previously discussed in this article.

The cops obviously have dropped the ball in the investigative process of this case and it almost certainly is due to factors related to race bias. While Malone’s family and friends are the only people genuinely seeking justice for the senseless slaying of a pretty teen girl, the police, and the surrounding communities appear to be trapped in a world wind of race hatred that simply looks upon her killing as collateral damage in a society that measures almost everything on the bases of color toward everything within modern society. The color of Vanessa “Honey” Malone seems to be the only roadblock in solving her murder and giving her family due justice, and that’s a very sad commentary. Justice for “Honey”!!

 

 

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When it comes to violent crimes in America often times the scale is tilted along the lines of race when we consider the resources, time, and necessary diligence police investigators  put into criminal cases to actually solve many of these crimes. The Natalie Halloway case is a textbook example of how white victims of crime are given more favorable, aggressive, and steadfast investigative efforts in the pursuit of justice, while police investigations for victims of other ethnicities tend to receive less intensive indulgence from many of the same authorities responsible for solving violent crime across the country.

Also, crimes which occur in predominately black neighborhoods are met with a similar stone wall, as people who know something about criminal cases remain silent because of “street codes of silence.” Black communities also often times project the same type of race bias when the victims within their own communities are fair-skinned or are of mixed race. There were no media Blitz like the extensive media coverage that was afforded Halloway, and there were no marches or protest calling for justice for Vanessa “Honey” Malone like those that occurred across the country for Trayvon Martin (a person of darker complexion). The Malone murder case has unfortunately fallen between a race line in which the teen’s complexion may be the greatest hindrance prohibiting the child’s family from obtaining justice in her senseless murder case.

The account given by three adults at the scene of the home invasion when Malone was killed seems suspicious, and they all are also widely believed to know more about how the pretty teen was killed. Items they say were stolen from their home that night have reportedly been returned to them (like the cellphone a woman their that night say was stolen). It’s troubling that circumstances like this related to her case hasn’t sparked interest from police, and tends to scream loudly that the woman has fast track knowledge leading to the identity of the alleged gunman who killed Malone. It’s rare that victims of robberies ever get their stolen property back. This is an extremely important element of the Malone murder case, but there was even more areas that should have brought more intense scrutiny from police from the very start.

One of the men who was supposedly a victim of the home invasion that night actually fled the scene prior to police arrival, and the collective eye witness account from surviving victims of the home invasion failed to explain this mysterious fourth victim’s whereabouts during the crime while it was in progress. Their story isn’t logical from start to finish. I never have overcome how Malone could have entered the apartment from a rear entrance if the three adults had already settled down and went to bed for the evening. My initial apprehension regarding this minor detail remains and it’s just mind boggling why cops investigating this murder have yet to focus on such a rudimentary fact finding element of this entire investigation. Somebody left the door open accidentally or it was ajar on purpose.

They told cops that Malone entered the rear of the apartment while the home invasion was already in progress. They also say she became frightened and attempted to flee the apartment, but was captured and brought back inside. According to the female witness, that’s when Malone allegedly began to scream, and shots were heard. Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the entire crime is that the allege robbers shot and killed the person who posed the least threat to them, a 100 pound petite girl, and the cowards shot her in the back when it was absolutely no need to do so. However, the lives of the others (all adults) strangely were spared. No one has ever explained why Malone was the only person killed, and the confusing story that the survivors told the cops should be the only focal point to determine why.

It’s really not a case which requires CSI Detectives to solve her murder, when there is clear evidence that points to the fact Malone may have been lured to that location. The cops say the motivation for the home invasion was drug related, yet one of the male witnesses on the scene that night was later arrested for tampering with evidence. Cops believe the man destroyed drugs which were reportedly in the apartment. So, the logical question must be, if the robbers ransacked the apartment as the surviving victims describe, then why didn’t they find drugs inside the house, and more importantly why only a cellphone and wallet were the only items taken during the robbery. Also, if the men were masked there was a very low probability that Malone or any of the other victims would have ever been able to identify them, and further illustrating the senselessness of Malone having been killed.

There is a strong underlying common sense factor here that cries out that Malone was in fact not only an intended target in this crime, but that the 3 adults may have lured the child there knowing that potential serious harm awaited her. We could rationalize a million theories why they lured her there, but one perspective I have always considered is Malone having been tagged as a scapegoat for missing drug money or drugs. A house with drugs inside targeted for a home invasion supports cops claim that the crime was drug related, but they had no weapons to defend themselves in the event that a situation like this should arise, which is typical SOP (standard operation procedure) in drug culture. The absence of weapons in the invaded house demonstrates that it was a low level drug operation or somebody was there for the purpose of collecting an overdue drug debt.

When we consider the account of eye witnesses who say that 4-6 heavily armed men broke through the door of the home, it’s safe to conclude they weren’t there for lunch money. What ever scenario is accurate I have always believed that Malone was blamed for something, lured there, and subsequently murdered as a result. This also would mean that the 3 adults know exactly who is responsible for her killing and why they killed her. Some people have been critical of Malone’s association with apparent drug dealers, but it’s no secret that the pretty teen was known to smoke marijuana, a common trait of today’s youth, and Malone may have only went to the apartment that night simply to buy marijuana without knowing that danger awaited her.

In my scenario Malone was the perfect alibi to ease out of a pinch when potential drug dealers (the three adults) knew that drug heavy weights were lurking for their money. She was a known regular at the burglarized apartment and pinning the lost of drug proceeds on the teen would have been believable to angry thugs wanting their money. The adults may have also targeted Malone because of her mixed race, while knowing her family, and believing that they could get away with it because they saw potential retaliation from her family as non existent. Malone whose mother is white may have fell prey to an indigent hatred for white people that many blacks foster. I have always believed that the grimy bastards (the 3 adults) picked on the Malone teen to buy time to resolve a drug debt thinking that the girl’s family weren’t capable of coming back at them with retaliatory revenge.

A pretty half white girl may have been perfect bate to temporarily satisfy the blood thirst revenge of money hungry thugs eager to send a merciless message regarding the lost of drugs or drug profits, and perpetuating a known bias by many blacks for people of mix race. Moreover, the police’ inability to solve the teen’s murder seems almost purposeful, as Flora Malone (Honey’s Mom) is constantly met with “no” and more “nos” when she inquires about her child’s killing. It has been well documented how police agencies are quick to label every violent crime related to blacks as drug related far too frequently, coupled with a half white, half black victim, and embroiled with policing within a region of the country known for prejudice related to cases like this involving black people in general, appears to be demonstrative of the very apathy toward solving crimes pertaining to blacks as I have previously discussed in this article.

The cops obviously have dropped the ball in the investigative process of this case and it almost certainly is due to factors related to race bias. While Malone’s family and friends are the only people genuinely seeking justice for the senseless slaying of a pretty teen girl, the police, and the surrounding communities appear to be trapped in a world wind of race hatred that simply looks upon her killing as collateral damage in a society that measures almost everything on the bases of color toward everything within modern society. The color of Vanessa “Honey” Malone seems to be the only roadblock in solving her murder and giving her family due justice, and that’s a very sad commentary. Justice for “Honey”!!

 

 

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I’m Crime Blogger David Adams

David Adams

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23 Responses to “The Color Of Honey: Vanessa Malone Murder Case A Casualty Of Race Hate”

  1. Sarah says:

    This is very sad, however you should of not used the Holloway case as a comparison because Joran van der Sloot also killed Stephany Tatiana Flores Ramírez who was NOT WHITE and it ALSO received the same amount of attention. A little more research would have made a stronger arguement. Blacks still get more media attention than us Native Americans. Name ONE Native American who was kidnapped, murdered or case not give enough attention…You probably can’t and that is my point there are 1000’s but we are sadley the real people of this nation who’s stories go untold.

    • Goddbody says:

      Perhaps had you done more research yourself you would know that I M Native American as well. Also our people chose tohandle our own matters wwithin tribal grounds and do not seekthe aid of the AAmerican media. Your point fails to establish how it’s related to the Malone case.

  2. igotsense says:

    I had a friend set up like that and no one has come forward with the truth yet and it has been over ten yrs. He was black killed in a black community by other blacks. I do not believe race is involved, maybe concerning the police but not her killing . Ignorant nigs killed her over some bs and they will get theirs but her being mixed did not make her an easy target nor is it the reason behind folks not talking. We wish that the good rev sharpton and jesse would stand up for black on black crime like they did for the martin case but unfortunately they dont give a damn.

  3. Glam says:

    This was very well written. I believe that she was setup. I can’t see any other reason for them to take her life, she was so small and she couldn’t even see their faces since they were masked. I started reading up on Honey months ago and it is shocking that no justice has been served. I pray for her mother because her mother is putting up a good fight, but she is going to need the help of the community with this 1.

  4. John Roberts says:

    There’s no reason to believe she was set up. No one sets up someone to get shot in or near their home.. plus she was so little no one needs to set up someone that small, just go find them in the streets. The person probably shot her so she couldnt’ run and get help and interupt their robbery. clearly they didnt’ get what they came for yet, so they wanted more time. when she made so much noise she was shot again until she stopped i guess. she was amazingly beautiful. I hope her mother gets teh closure she needs.

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