Aswad Ayinde, 55, attempts to hide his face as he receives another 50 years in prison for raping his daughters and fathering six children with them, Friday, July 26, 2013.
*People are often trusted because they show great business acumen, professionalism, a high level of skill and/or talent for something they do.
The Fugees’ probably weren’t aware that the producer for their award-winning video “Killing Me Softly”, Aswad Ayinde, was a diabolical pedophile that was raping his daughters and fathering their children.
When the EUR reported the story in 2010, he had 27 charges against him for the multiple rapes of his daughters from 1981 to 2002.
The nightmare of this freak will never ever leave his daughters, but the thought that they never have to seem him again might help.
He was sentenced to another 50 years in prison, according to the Daily Mail.
The Assistant District Attorney feels quite confident about the decision to imprison Willie Ward for 50 years over a slab of ribs, according to the above statement he made to the press and printed in the Waco Tribune.
*Texas is home to some of the most notorious criminals in government (not saying any names), yet they have the nerve to be one of the most least tolerant states when it comes to crime.
They will put you on death row in a heartbeat and will not let you rest there more than 10 years. They take it seriously.
Willie Smith Ward is a Texas resident that has seen his troubles with the law, but judging from his past, he never thought he’d get 5 decades in prison for stealing.
And no, he didn’t steal a car, rob a bank, or pull off the jewelry heist of the century…HE STOLE A PACK OF RIBS!
Simeon Booker, now 94, was the first full-time reporter for the Washington Post.
*The newsrooms throughout America make it necessary for various African American online, print, and radio news outlets like the Electronic Urban Report (EUR), The Root, The Grio, the Chicago Defender, the Afro American, Michael Baisden’s show, Tom Joyner, and many others to exist.
The diversity that is necessary to tell the stories of the nation’s diverse community is still not present in the newsrooms of America.
But Simeon Booker helped change all of that by diversifying the Washington Post in 1952, as their first full-time African American reporter.
Last month, Booker was recognized by the National Association of Black Journalists with their highest honor by induction into the organization’s Hall of Fame. According to the NABJ, the recognition is giving to “a media executive who has demonstrated a commitment to diversifying the nation’s newsrooms and improving the coverage of people and communities of color.”
Roland Davis, 85, and his ex-wife Lena Henderson, 85, decide to remarry, Saturday, August, 4, after being divorced for 50 years.
*Divorce hits a lot of families hard, especially when the couple that are getting divorce have been married for 20 years or more and raised their children together.
That type of break in a family unit is an ineffable pain.
But the children of Roland Davis and Lena Henderson of West Seneca, N.Y., are putting the pieces of their parents broken love back together with the exciting news of their upcoming nuptials.
That’s right! After divorcing 50 years ago, Henderson and Davis have decided to remarry and live out the rest of their years together. Both of them are 85 year-old widowers with children that are grandparents themselves. (more…)
Aimee and Sheila Michael stand for sentencing for hit and run accident that killed five.
*Last year on Easter, two families in the Atlanta area were destroyed by a hit and run driver. Somehow, the driver forced a Mercedes into oncoming traffic and it collided head on with a Volkswagen Beetle.
Everyone in the Mercedes was killed and a child killed in the other car. But, according to the judge, the most horrific part of the incident was the cowardly move on behalf of the driver to flee the scene. (more…)