The narrative in the mainstream media is that hate crimes based on race are committed by right-wing, Christian, homophobic, white perpetrators. However, days after a young lesbian couple was found murdered, the black father of one of the victims is now a primary suspect. The mother of one of the victims said that her daughter’s father – James Cosby – had a problem with homosexuality.
Via NY Daily News:
Capital murder charges are pending against James Cosby, a registered sex offender released from prison in October, Galveston Sheriff Office Capt. Barry Cook told the Daily News. The murder weapons have not been recovered and Britney Cosby’s recently purchased 2006 Kia Sorento is still missing.
Cops think the car could be a key piece of evidence linking the crime.
But James Cosby is held in jail on a combined $500,000 bond after cops collared the man for tampering with evidence — and he is the prime suspect in at least one of the murders.
His fingerprints were found on a piece of paper on the bodies and pools of blood were found inside Cosby’s Houston home, Cook said.
“At least one murder happened at his house,” Cook said.
Cosby moved in to the home only in October after he was released following a two-year stint in prison. His daughter and her grandmother lived at the home and let him move in.
In his bedroom, which Cook described as a converted garage, the murder suspect had a copy of the Koran open to a page which talks about homosexuality as a sin, family advocate Quanell X told KHOU. The find may give some insight into Cosby’s disturbed mindset, the advocate said.
It is interesting that Quanell X would be quoted as describing Cosby’s understanding of Islam’s position on homosexuality as being ‘warped’. It’s also noteworthy that Quanell X was identified only as a “family advocate” and not as the Information Minister of the New Black Panther Party, which is both racist and Muslim (assuming it’s the same Quanell X).
“It’s quite unfortunate but he had a real, real warped understanding, in my opinion, of the religion of Islam and its position on the gay lifestyle and what one should do,” Quanell X said.
Former U.S. election lawyer J. Christian Adams once referred to Quanell X as the Houston version of New Black Panther Party (NBPP) member King Samir Shabazz. In 2009, King Samir roamed the streets of Philadelphia with a megaphone exhorting blacks to “kill some crackers (white people)” and to “kill some of their babies” in order to get freedom.