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by: Claire Lampen




There's been a media blackout regarding two African American men found lynched, 50 miles apart in a ten-day time frame.


Both men were hung from trees near Municipal buildings.


Its obvious that both lynching's are linked.




Protesters gathered in Palmdale, California, over the weekend, calling for renewed investigation into the death of Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old black man whose body was found hanging from a tree outside City Hall last week. Officials initially suggested Fuller died by suicide, but the circumstances bear an eerie resemblance to a recent death in nearby Victorville, about 45 miles away: Days earlier, the body of Malcolm Harsch, a 38-year-old black man, was found in a tree outside the city’s library. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department first said it did not suspect foul play, but amid pushback from activists who felt both men may have been murdered, pledged a full investigation into the incident. Harsch’s family now believes he died by suicide.

Here, everything we know so far about Fuller and Harsch’s deaths.

According to the Victor Valley News, firefighters found Harsch’s body hanging from a tree outside the Victorville City Library, near the homeless encampment where Harsch had been living, around 7 a.m. on May 31. “There were no indications at the scene that suggested foul play; however, the cause and manner of death are still pending,” San Bernardino County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Jodi Miller told the outlet, adding that the investigation remains open.

Still, Harsch’s family members — most of whom live in Ohio — told the VVN in a statement that they were “concerned that his death will be labeled as a suicide, as this is what was communicated to us upon confirmation of his death.” They say the sheriff’s deputy who called to inform them of Harsch’s death said Harsch hanged himself with a USB cable, which they found implausible, considering his “six-foot-three-inches-long body wasn’t even dangling from the tree.” The deputy asked about Harsch’s drug and alcohol use, the family said, and also “made a statement about how the coronavirus has ‘hit people really hard.’”

Further, the family’s statement said, Harsch was found with blood on his shirt, although investigators reported no signs of a struggle and no open wounds.

“Malcolm had very recent conversations with his children about seeing them soon,” his family said. “He didn’t seem to be depressed to anyone who truly knew him. EVERYONE who knew our brother was shocked to hear that he allegedly hung himself and don’t believe it to be true as well as the people who were there when his body was discovered … There are many ways to die but considering the current racial tension, a black man hanging himself from a tree definitely doesn’t sit well with us right now. We want justice not comfortable excuses.”

Last week, however, Harsch’s family said they accepted the suicide ruling after viewing security-camera footage from the area where Harsch’s body was found. Najee Ali, a family spokesperson and a Los Angeles–based activist, told the New York Times: “Due to the fact that he was an African-American homeless man with no family, initially his life and investigation were devalued and put on the back burner.”

“The stress from being homeless, the lack of hope and the despair led him to choose to, unfortunately, end his life,” Ali added. “It did honestly strike real fear into black Americans’ hearts nationwide because of the thousands of blacks who were lynched in the early 1900s to early 1960s.”

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is reportedly awaiting the results of a toxicology report before disclosing Harsch’s official cause of death.



Around 3:39 a.m. a passerby saw Robert Fuller’s body in a tree at the edge of Poncitlán Square, a courtyard outside Palmdale City Hall. Homicide investigators reported that his body showed “no signs of a struggle,” and both the city and the Los Angeles County medical examiner’s office initially pointed to suicide. “Sadly, it is not the first such incident since the COVID-19 pandemic began,” read an early statement from city officials, according to the Daily Beast.

But Fuller’s family and loved ones do not believe he killed himself. One of his friends from high school, Tommie Anderson, told the Los Angeles Times that the tree where Fuller was found was too thin to have supported his weight for very long, and he was too tall for his body to have dangled from its lower branches. Anderson, who also expressed skepticism that Fuller would’ve been out that late, said, “For people to say he did this, this wasn’t Robert. For him to tie himself to that tree, it’s not possible.”

Fuller’s sister, Diamond Alexander, said she did not believe that Fuller — who had attended a Black Lives Matter protest a few days before he died — hanged himself. “My brother was a survivor,” she told the Times. “We want to find out the truth of what really happened. Everything that they’ve been telling us has not been right.”

Officials say there are no security cameras in the park where Fuller was found that could provide more information on what happened. For some, that claim strains credulity, given the tree’s proximity to City Hall.

According to the Anti-Defamation League, Southern California — and San Bernardino County in particular — has seen a large spike in white-supremacist activity in recent years. Neo-Nazi groups have been active in Antelope Valley for decades, and in 2007, KKK flyers depicting Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton hanging from trees were distributed in Palmdale, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, elected officials in Palmdale conspired for years with the L.A. Housing Authority to push out low-income black families using harassment and bullying tactics, pointing to a pattern of race-based discrimination in the area.

That Fuller and Harsch’s deaths came amid weeks of national protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, combined with the location of the bodies — both in front of municipal buildings — led many to believe that both men were lynched.

The Department of Justice announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would be looking into both Fuller’s and Harsch’s deaths.



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Robert Peabo Bryson was born in the small town of Greenville, South Carolina in 1951. His parents were rabid fans of music, taking young Peabo to see such seminal acts as Sam Cooke, Little Anthony & The Imperials, The Drifters and Ike & Tina Turner. By the age of ten, Bryson was actively involved in talent shows. Still, he never realized that music could be a life-long vocation until he met his musical mentor, Moses Dillard.


"He’s the first guy who ever talked to me about music," Bryson recalls. "He was the first person I knew in the world who actually recorded music and could write music and had made records and had success with records. He happened to live in my hometown. I worked with him for many, many years and I learned everything I know about music from this man. Moses Dillard was a guitar virtuoso who jammed with Cornel Dupree and Wes Montgomery and all those guys. He was one of the guys. [He was] one of the most famous unfamous people that I knew of. Led Otis Redding’s band for a while. Led Al Green’s band. You name it and he’s done it. And these guys absolutely loved this guy. As I did."


Dillard got Bryson on the road and he started making a name for himself. Bryson followed his dream up to New York and landed a gig singing on a single by Michael ("Let’s All Chant") Zager. "Do It With Feeling" became a pretty substantial R&B hit and led to Bryson being signed to Bang Records, former home of Neil Diamond and Van Morrison. After a couple of well-received albums for Bang, Capitol Records snapped him up. This is where Bryson’s career exploded. Bryson was with Capitol for six years and hit the soul charts over twenty times. Classic soul tunes like "Reaching For the Sky," "Feel the Fire," "I’m So Into You" and "Let the Feeling Flow" earned Bryson the title King of the Romantic Balladeers. In 1983, Bryson’s songs started spreading out into to a wider audience to become pop hits. His first huge crossover success was "Tonight I Celebrate My Love," a duet with longtime friend Roberta Flack. This led to Bryson’s reputation as a superb duet partner. That smash was followed by other huge tunes like "If Ever You’re In My Arms Again," "Without You," "Show & Tell" and "Can You Stop The Rain." Then came Walt Disney, who blasted Bryson’s career into the stratosphere. Bryson’s duets on the animated Disney smashes "Beauty & The Beast" (with Celine Dion) and "A Whole New World" (with Regina Belle) became his biggest hits to date.

Soon after that, Bryson got involved in a long contract battle with his then-label Columbia, which dragged on for years. "It’s nice to be done with that whole situation," he says. "You can’t be angry about that stuff. I’m not angry at anyone. I’d like to help them. Even people who may have inadvertently or directly tried to hurt my career in one way or another, or hurt me personally in one way or another. Life is too short to harbor any hostilities towards anybody." Bryson recently signed with Private Music, a division of Windham Hill that is taking an aggressive stance in R&B, having signed such respected artists as Bryson, James Ingram, Barry White and Jeffrey Osborne. "Being at Windham Hill now has made me more appreciative of the people who still believe in the things that I believe in, that are a part of me. It makes it a lot simpler to get things done, and there’s a kind of different sense of caring and a kind of personal relationship that doesn’t seem corporate.

"I’d sing with Roberta Flack in a taxi if you called up and said she’d be in it," Bryson says enthusiastically. "I adore it. I adore being with Roberta. I adore being in her spiritual light. I adore being close to her talent and gifts. She’s just extraordinary and exquisite in every single way. She and Celine Dion are my two favorite people in the entire world. I feel similar ways about Celine. I love her energy. I love being around her. I love them. You can’t be around either one of those women and not fall in love with them. I don’t care who you are. These are the most extraordinary two women I ever met in my life. They represent whatever is quintessential in female vocalists, artists and musicians. The vast knowledge and the discipline, in the terms of the standards of discipline that they set for themselves and their art and their craft is just phenomenal."


In the long run, Bryson feels proud and grateful that he has been able to have such a long and influential reign as a singer. The fact that his music has brought people joy constantly gives him an awestruck feeling of pride.

"That’s probably one of the ultimate accomplishments of anybody’s career. In anything, especially art. Because there’s so many intangibles about art. It’s so personal in terms of whether it is good or bad. Or you like it or you don’t like it. The line between greatness and obscurity is very, very small. To have achieved something that represents music that is played long after my bones are dust, I don’t look at it as an epitaph, although it could be. It could well serve as that. But my attitude about it is I have miles to go before I sleep. The level of gratitude that you feel – there’s two things that happen. Either your ego grows so big – and becomes so out of place and disproportionate to your talent and your reality on a day to day basis – that you lose all perspective. And everything is over at that particular point. Or, you find it to be what I found it to be, and that is an extremely humbling experience. Because you realize how precious it is to find yourself in that position at anytime. To find yourself in that position once is a life-long goal of every artist. To find yourself in that position repeatedly is God’s influence and his power asserting itself."


Deborah Cox has revealed that Patti Labelle & Faith Evans were both offered "Nobody Suppose To Be Here," and they both turned it down.



Smokey Robinson: “I absolutely cannot stand for anybody to call me an African American. I hate that any Black person in America is called an African American. That’s a sellout to me,” he said, the tone and intensity of his amiable voice suddenly morphing. “Everybody stems from Africa. According to the scientific data we have, the first people on Earth were in Africa.

“With all the Black people that have done things to develop this country, done the labor and fought in the wars, we deserve to be called, at this point in time, American Americans, if you’re going to call us anything. Why not just an American? Why do we have to be African Americans? I know it was probably adopted by some Black people for power. Why they did that I do not know. It’s unacceptable to me.”


We all know that a fan unknowingly confessed to Gene Tierney that she had slipped out of quarantine when she had the German measles to meet the pregnant actress.


Which led to this fan exposing Tierney's unborn baby to the measles. Therefore, (Daria) was born deaf, partially blind and mentally disabled.


After the fan confessed, Tierney allegedly exploded and told her that she was the reason that her daughter was born with disabilities.


Howard Hughes paid for Daria's medical expenses, ensuring the girl received the best care.


Outside of acting, Tierney was a Hollywood playgirl who only dated rich.


Acclaimed for her great beauty, she became established as a leading lady.

Tierney married two men: the first was Oleg Cassini, a costume and fashion designer, on June 1, 1941, with whom she eloped. She was 20 years old. Her parents opposed the marriage, as he was from a Russian-Italian family and born in France. She had two daughters, Antoinette Daria Cassini (October 15, 1943 – September 11, 2010) and Christina "Tina" Cassini (November 19, 1948 – March 31, 2015). The second man was Houston oilman W. Howard Lee, who had been previously married to Hedy Lamarr.

While filming "Personal Affair," in Europe, she began a romance with Prince Aly Khan.They became engaged in 1952, while Khan was going through a divorce from Rita Hayworth. Their marriage plans, however, met with fierce opposition from his father, Aga Khan III.

Cassini later bequeathed $500,000 in trust to Daria and $1,000,000 to Christina. Cassini and Tierney remained friends until her death in November 1991.

While not in the superstar category of Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Barbara Stanwyck, actresses like Gene Tierney have endured, too, because of the genre films which they were in, such as Westerns or film noir, says Basinger.

"First, her personal life was removing her from the business," she says, referring to her globe-trotting romance with Aly Khan.

"Secondly, there was the beginning of the collapse of the studio system," says Basinger. "Longtime stars were beginning to lose their contracts. Fewer movies were being made and there were simply fewer roles."

There she is on the covers of Paris Match, Life, Screenland, Photoplay and Sunday Mirror in articles such as "Gene Tierney DOES Like Hollywood," "Gene Tierney: Best Dressed Woman in Hollywood," "Down to Earth Goddess," "What More Can I Want?" and "Tips from Tierney: How to Sit in a Chair."

During her and Cassini's separation, Tierney met John F. Kennedy, a young World War II veteran, who was visiting the set of Dragonwyck in 1946. They began a romance that she ended the following year after Kennedy told her he could never marry her because of his political ambitions. In 1960, Tierney sent Kennedy a note of congratulations on his victory in the presidential election. During this time, newspapers documented Tierney's other romantic relationships, including Kirk Douglas.

Cassini later bequeathed $500,000 in trust to Daria and $1,000,000, he and Tierney remained friends until her death in November 1991.

Despite her self-imposed exile in Texas, Tierney received work offers from Hollywood.

Tierney died of emphysema on November 6, 1991, in Houston, 13 days before her 71st birthday.








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Migos rapper Quavo has acquired a minority stake in athletic apparel brand "Legends."


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Trevor Frederick is behind bars for maiming an ex-girlfriend (paralyzing her) and was sentenced to 25 years to life for killing her new boyfriend during the same attack by forcing him out a fifth-floor window in her Manhattan building.


The man, Trevor Frederick East Hampton, N.Y., was convicted of killing Christopher Mariconi, 23, of Scotia, N.Y., by stabbing him and forcing him out the window.


The Manhattan district attorney charged that Frederick killed Mariconi after barging into the apartment of his ex-girlfriend, Italian-Jenae Aragosa, (above), and stabbing her before turning on Mariconi.


Frederick had been sentenced to 30 years in prison for the stabbing and assault of Aragosa and an additional 25 years for throwing Mariconi off an 5 story balcony.


The nightmare started when Aragosa took a dare from friends to see if she could get the bartenders (Frederick's) phone number.


They eventually started dating until Frederick became possessive and demanding.


He tried to isolate her from friends and family.


And he became physically abusive.


Aragosa ended the relationship by taking out a restraining order.


But one night, while she was talking to her new boyfriend, Frederick kicked down the door and stabbed her in the neck, severing her spine.


He then turned his rage on her new boyfriend and threw him off an five story balcony.


Frederick never took any responsibility for his actions, instead, he says, Aragosa and Mariconi made him do what he did.


He could never accept the fact that Aragosa ended the relationship and moved on.


Prior to meeting Frederick, she had a promising career as a fashion designer.


She attended the prestigious FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) and she had a wonderful group of friends that Frederick resented.


He even accused Aragosa's gay male friend of trying to seduce her.


His jealousy had no bounds.


And he was constantly checking her devices.


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This rapper is a recovering alcoholic who started hating blacks out of the blue.


He's also addicted to the underground genre of midget adult films.


His mental health continues to slip.


His moments of clarity are becoming rare.


He's basically a ticking time bomb who's unpredictable.


Allegedly, a non-white designer used to hook up with him and according to him, the rapper just started hating him.


Was it guilt because of his female significant other?


Who is he?









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