Who Killed “Honey”: A Grueling But Necessary Process Must Run It’s Course Until Her Killers Are Captured

The R.I.P. Honey Facebook Page has drown interest from every corner of our nation from  Southern California, Northern Connecticut,  Texas, Michigan, our southern states, and from all across America. It seems that the pretty popular teen from Stone Mountain, Georgia tragic murder case has began to develop into a national topic on Social Media. Followers are chiming in with condolences and other heartfelt expressions for the slain youth’s  grieving family as the public  continues to look for answers related to who killed the teen.  The story offered by two of the survivors  present the night armed gunman allegedly broke into to  India Smith and Travares Benford’s Georgia apartment  continues to puzzle many, in a brazen armed robbery that resulted in the Malone teen having been the only person murdered.  Since that fateful night Benford has been taken into police custody on charges related to a violation of the State of Georgia’s Controlled Substance Statue, and for Tampering With Evidence. While he sits in a Dekalb County jail cell, many living  near the apartment complex where the teen was killed say that Smith continues with business as usual like the teen was never killed at her home.  Smith reportedly also hasn’t even spoken to the teen’s mom to simply offer condolences regarding the tragic ending of her baby girl.  For most who are closely following this case, Benford and Smith are the primary suspects in the  court of public opinion, and are perceived to know exactly how the teen’s lifeless body ended up on the floor of their apartment riddled with bullets.  Benford & Smith appear to be much older than the Malone youth and many ask what was the connection or affiliation between them. Smith is a model with various images displayed on the Model Mayhem Agency, and may have been attempting to mentor the pretty Malone teen who was also aspiring to become a model. Malone’s friends say that Smith’s association with the teen is the sole reason she was at the apartment, and it’s just disturbing that the youth came to such a tragic ending while visiting her apartment. The quest for justice for Malone has garnered support from everywhere, but the publicity of the teen’s killing isn’t without controversy. A Rap Video published in 2009 has surfaced on Youtube with the Rappers referencing a female named “Honey”. The music video is very creepy with some of the soundtrack talking about killing the “Honey” female. Gunshots are heard after a female is overheard screaming as part of the sound effects, and the main acoustical theme is similar to music you might hear in a Bride of Chuckie horror movie. The video is listed under the name TC Missez – Itz Whateva. It’s unclear who associated the video with the Malone youth, but it’s a horrific song with an extremely Erie resemblance to how Benford & Smith describe Malone’s last moments before the teen was killed.. Smith and Benford both allege that Malone was overheard screaming as gunshots rang out and found the youth murdered after freeing themselves from being tied up. Keah Clayton who founded the R.I.P. Honey Facebook Page posted on the site to dispel rumors that the song was related to the Malone killing, but encourage those who felt the song had merit to contact local investigators covering the Malone murder case. There are others who say that the song was about a former member of the female rap group, and was a publicity stunt to gain attention for their music. However, the sound effects with gunshots and screams while talking about a female named “Honey” is simply too coincidental for many people who have heard the recording, considering how the teen was allegedly killed. Followers say that the Malone youth Social Media pages are very telling, that the teen was aware that something was about to go down. Malone posted “I’m getting out of Stone Mountain”, and allegedly had guns in some of the images on her page stating, “I’m not hiding”. The video itself is violent and feeds a blood thirsty rap culture which permeates much of our younger generation, and it’s simply disgusting that individuals would bring the song to light on the Facebook Page created to find the teen’s killers. It almost appears that someone was after one last slight toward Malone’s family to taunt them about the pretty teen’s murder. Also, a volume of followers have made diligent efforts to tarnish the JusticeForHoney Movement by posting obscenities, profanity, and other innuendo causing disruption on the R.I.P. Honey FB site. There continues to be petty bickering between many followers on how best to get information out to the public about the murder case. Pictures of Benford and Smith have emerged on the site, and some say it’s not right to publicly display the images because the pair could fall to street justice without actually having been involved in the teen’s killing. Some even cite that defamation lawsuits could possibly follow if the pair are proven not to have been involved. It seems that too many people are quick to protect the very people who were there the night Malone was killed, and are in fact the same people who have failed to give cops the information they need to capture the teen’s killers. Much of this discussion is centered around the mystery “Mercy” character who was also an alleged victim of the armed robbery but suspiciously left the scene before the cops arrived that night. It’s unclear whether “Mercy” is a male or female, but that person is clearly the most important element of this case, and that is of course if you believe that such a person even exist. Whether it’s a rap song or people saying that they know what went down that night, all of these factors are important to investigators to sort out the facts and find out who committed this horrible crime, and it should not matter whose feelings are hurt along the way. A little girl died senselessly to violence and everyone of us should be hunting well into the dark of night, and anywhere they may hide until #JusticeForHoney is obtained. This tragic story is rightfully in the spotlight because her life mattered just like all of the youth whose lives are lost tragically and die so young.

 

 

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The R.I.P. Honey Facebook Page has drown interest from every corner of our nation from  Southern California, Northern Connecticut,  Texas, Michigan, our southern states, and from all across America. It seems that the pretty popular teen from Stone Mountain, Georgia tragic murder case has began to develop into a national topic on Social Media. Followers are chiming in with condolences and other heartfelt expressions for the slain youth’s  grieving family as the public  continues to look for answers related to who killed the teen.  The story offered by two of the survivors  present the night armed gunman allegedly broke into to  India Smith and Travares Benford’s Georgia apartment  continues to puzzle many, in a brazen armed robbery that resulted in the Malone teen having been the only person murdered.  Since that fateful night Benford has been taken into police custody on charges related to a violation of the State of Georgia’s Controlled Substance Statue, and for Tampering With Evidence. While he sits in a Dekalb County jail cell, many living  near the apartment complex where the teen was killed say that Smith continues with business as usual like the teen was never killed at her home.  Smith reportedly also hasn’t even spoken to the teen’s mom to simply offer condolences regarding the tragic ending of her baby girl.  For most who are closely following this case, Benford and Smith are the primary suspects in the  court of public opinion, and are perceived to know exactly how the teen’s lifeless body ended up on the floor of their apartment riddled with bullets.  Benford & Smith appear to be much older than the Malone youth and many ask what was the connection or affiliation between them. Smith is a model with various images displayed on the Model Mayhem Agency, and may have been attempting to mentor the pretty Malone teen who was also aspiring to become a model. Malone’s friends say that Smith’s association with the teen is the sole reason she was at the apartment, and it’s just disturbing that the youth came to such a tragic ending while visiting her apartment. The quest for justice for Malone has garnered support from everywhere, but the publicity of the teen’s killing isn’t without controversy. A Rap Video published in 2009 has surfaced on Youtube with the Rappers referencing a female named “Honey”. The music video is very creepy with some of the soundtrack talking about killing the “Honey” female. Gunshots are heard after a female is overheard screaming as part of the sound effects, and the main acoustical theme is similar to music you might hear in a Bride of Chuckie horror movie. The video is listed under the name TC Missez – Itz Whateva. It’s unclear who associated the video with the Malone youth, but it’s a horrific song with an extremely Erie resemblance to how Benford & Smith describe Malone’s last moments before the teen was killed.. Smith and Benford both allege that Malone was overheard screaming as gunshots rang out and found the youth murdered after freeing themselves from being tied up. Keah Clayton who founded the R.I.P. Honey Facebook Page posted on the site to dispel rumors that the song was related to the Malone killing, but encourage those who felt the song had merit to contact local investigators covering the Malone murder case. There are others who say that the song was about a former member of the female rap group, and was a publicity stunt to gain attention for their music. However, the sound effects with gunshots and screams while talking about a female named “Honey” is simply too coincidental for many people who have heard the recording, considering how the teen was allegedly killed. Followers say that the Malone youth Social Media pages are very telling, that the teen was aware that something was about to go down. Malone posted “I’m getting out of Stone Mountain”, and allegedly had guns in some of the images on her page stating, “I’m not hiding”. The video itself is violent and feeds a blood thirsty rap culture which permeates much of our younger generation, and it’s simply disgusting that individuals would bring the song to light on the Facebook Page created to find the teen’s killers. It almost appears that someone was after one last slight toward Malone’s family to taunt them about the pretty teen’s murder. Also, a volume of followers have made diligent efforts to tarnish the JusticeForHoney Movement by posting obscenities, profanity, and other innuendo causing disruption on the R.I.P. Honey FB site. There continues to be petty bickering between many followers on how best to get information out to the public about the murder case. Pictures of Benford and Smith have emerged on the site, and some say it’s not right to publicly display the images because the pair could fall to street justice without actually having been involved in the teen’s killing. Some even cite that defamation lawsuits could possibly follow if the pair are proven not to have been involved. It seems that too many people are quick to protect the very people who were there the night Malone was killed, and are in fact the same people who have failed to give cops the information they need to capture the teen’s killers. Much of this discussion is centered around the mystery “Mercy” character who was also an alleged victim of the armed robbery but suspiciously left the scene before the cops arrived that night. It’s unclear whether “Mercy” is a male or female, but that person is clearly the most important element of this case, and that is of course if you believe that such a person even exist. Whether it’s a rap song or people saying that they know what went down that night, all of these factors are important to investigators to sort out the facts and find out who committed this horrible crime, and it should not matter whose feelings are hurt along the way. A little girl died senselessly to violence and everyone of us should be hunting well into the dark of night, and anywhere they may hide until #JusticeForHoney is obtained. This tragic story is rightfully in the spotlight because her life mattered just like all of the youth whose lives are lost tragically and die so young.

 

 

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. Recognized journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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