Skip to comments.Man leaves rally for peace and assaults his girlfriend on campus
Posted on 04/07/2012 9:17:40 AM PDT by Impala64ssa
A Millersville University student is charged with kidnapping and assaulting his ex-girlfriend only hours after he allegedly stood up against violence at an on-campus rally held in honor of Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
Police tell us the victim was punched several times in the face and head, she was then kidnapped and dragged to her ex-boyfriend's home. Fortunately her loud screams alerted neighbors who called for help.
Hours after sources say 24-year-old Millersville student Akeem Johnson stood up against violence and rallied in support of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin, he found himself handcuffed and charged with kidnapping and brutally assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
According to court papers, after the rally, Johnson went to the victim's dormitory, Burrowes Hall. He waited for her until she walked in early Saturday morning.
Allegedly angry that his ex stayed out all night, he then followed the young woman onto the elevator and repeatedly punched her in the face and head. Police say Johnson roughly pushed and pulled the girl out of the building and forced her to get into his car.
Johnson then drove to a parking lot on nearby Pickwick Place. He dragged her across a grassy area towards his home, number 142. Fortunately a neighbor heard the victim's screams and called police. The victim broke free and was taken to the police station to get help.
The victim suffered a split upper lip and possibly a cracked tooth, we're told she's doing okay and is getting help from the university.
Akeem Johnson is being held at Lancaster County Prison on $200,000 bail.
Akeem, Akeem, Akeem. Bad boy, Akeem.
Damn Amish and their non-violence attitudes...
“Akeem Johnson is being held at Lancaster County Prison on $200,000 bail.”
That’s a lot of money in crack dollars, isn’t it?
How many corporations does the Rev. Jesse Jackson have to shake down/extort to get that much money for this poor, innocent victim of society’s bail?
Come to think of it, has anyone beside the ever-so-reverent Jesse Jackson even seen any of the extortion money??
How muslim of you, Akeem..
Well, it’s Lancaster County, Pennsylvania—lots of Amish there.
This should surprise no one.
Johnson is a senior communications and broadcast major. He lived in Germantown, near Philadelphia, before attending school at Millersville, according to a criminal complaint.
On Friday night, he stood prominently at an on-campus rally regarding the death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, holding a sign saying, I am Trayvon Martin.
As in Eddie Murphy in “Coming to America” Akeem?
No, I was thinking more of the name’s origin...
He looks like Obama’s son if he had one.
Happy Easter Akeem
I don’t think his mind was on his “ho” when he was campaigning for non-violence...
She must’ve told him that the frozen Slurpee she was sippin’ on was “f***in’ cold!”
But what did he look like aged-12?
Akeem be lookin’ fo the other kind of piece
...and then proving it by punching someone in the face
He's not really Martin. After beating another person, this loser may someday be out on the streets to beat someone else.
All I need to know, right there. Black on black violence.
Where’s Jesse? Where’s Al with the megaphone?
Black on black? Shoot that happens all the time, we can’t stir up racial hatred with black on BLACK violence? Think before you ask the “Just Us” Brothers to come down and protest!
Actually his m/o pretty much sounds like what Martin did, coming after Zimmerman then beating the sh1t out of him. Only sad thing is this ex-girlfriend didn’t have a pistol to defend herself with.
Tell it like it is; he stood up against whitey's self defense. How DARE that crakerfaced peckerwood shoot his beautiful black assailant!
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