Tennessee Church Racist Killer Kills Mother Of Two
Police said Samson was a native of Sudan and came to the United States in 1996.
Samson is a legal U.S. resident, but police did not know if he was a citizen.
It is alleged that the black racist killer may have acted to avenge the murders of nine black people in a South Carolina church two years ago, but that is pure speculation at the moment as this hate crime may just have been an excuse to kill.
Federal authorities have opened a hate-crimes investigation into the Nashville shooting. Church minister Joey Spann, 60, managed to tell his flock to flee before being critically wounded in the shooting. His wife, Peggy, 65, was also shot. According to reports police say Samson was wearing a mask at the time, of the killing spree.
It is possible that the wearing of the mask was intended to hide his identity while committing these hate crimes, believing that by wearing a mask to conceal his identity he would not have been identified once he had committed this horrible act of racism.
The truth is if it was not for the Hero of the day, 22-year-old usher named Robert Engle, who tackled the gunman while suffering injuries himself from the gunman as he was pistol whipped in the struggle, Samson would have had the right of way to actually kill dozens more Church members as he was prepared to kill. According to the police four guns believed to be Samson’s was recovered after the shooting. Two pistols were found inside the church, and a pistol and rifle were found in Samson’s SUV.
According to reports, Samson the gunman entered the sanctuary of the building through the front door. He came into the building with two pistols, both of which were recovered inside the church. He then allegedly fired multiple rounds inside the sanctuary, wounding six people.
Racist Samson is accused of killing Melanie Smith, 39, a single Mother of two and shooting to kill as he walked through the church silently, Picking selective members of the Church to shoot, before an usher Robert Engle, risked his life to stop the killing.
Other Church members wounded are Church minister Joey Spann, and his wife Peggy 65, William Jenkins, 83; Marlene Jenkins, 84; Linda Busch, 68, and Katherine Dickerson, 68. in the church shooting that left six others wounded in Tennessee on Sunday.
In a statement Engle said he did not want to be labeled a hero.
“The real heroes are the police, first responders and medical staff and doctors who have helped me and everyone affected.” Engle said
“The Memphis FBI Field Office’s Nashville Resident Agency, the Civil Rights Division, and the US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Tennessee have opened a civil rights investigation into the shooting at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ,” said David Boling, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office. “The FBI will collect all available facts and evidence.”
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