Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Jessie James was an outlaw apparently !

His street name was 'gasman'. Have a look at this site, he was a 'solja' as well, which means he was a gang member.

It looks like there is going to be even further bloodshed down Moss Side way, according to many of the posts on there.

Answers on a postcard please as to why the 'mass media' got it all so wrong ?

Where did they get the nonsense that he was a "churchgoer", that he "washed peoples windows" and "mowed their lawns" ?

It is also a great concern that the Police do not 'fall over backwards' for white murdered people, as we have seen them fall over backwards for this worthless specimen. The Police knew what he was already, but the media tried to show him as a Saint.

My family have found this out the hard way.


NorthWestNationalists said...

Police tactics wrong, says officer

THE murder of Jessie James has sparked a debate in the police about how gun crime in Moss Side should be tackled.

An experienced policeman with Greater Manchester Police said that many rank-and-file officers were disillusioned with the way the force was dealing with gun gangs.

The serving officer, who asked not to be named, has worked in Moss Side in the past.

He said gang members regularly carried guns because they knew they were unlikely to be searched and that policy was failing victims like Jessie.

The officer claimed police were being forced to spend too much time on boosting detection rates by targeting "softer" crimes.

The officer, who approached the M.E.N. said: "We're not in the business of preventing crime any more - there's no way that prevention can be measured.

"If you go to Rusholme and see someone urinating in the street or find a small amount of cannabis on a student then it's easier to take them in and it counts against the detection rate.


"It's easier and cheaper than getting a team of armed officers to search a house or car for guns which might not turn up anything."

The officer warned that the frustration among the rank-and-file police had forced many to quit the area.

He said: "There's been some fantastic officers, with vast experience, who can't bear to see this happening.

"We used to have mugshots of wanted people or known criminals on the wall, now it's just charts and graphs.

"Guns and gangs are on the rise and it's getting out of control and we're desperate to do something about it." Last night GMP Assistant Chief Constable Dave Jones said that he acknowledged there had been a recent spate of shootings.

But he pointed out that up until February this year gun crime had been dropping for some time.

He insisted that gun crime was a priority for GMP and that locking up offenders was making the streets safer for the public.

He said: "We are bringing more offenders to justice ever and the focus on performance is designed to ensure we continue to do that."

Anonymous said...

Where did they get the nonsense that he was a "churchgoer" etc. ?
Because the media is Jewish controlled and they are lying bastards.

NorthWestNationalists said...

We got it before the crawling media who wanted a black saint. NWN

Apparently the murderer is called RIBBZZ.

Police trawl net over Jessie killing
Chris Osuh and Nicola Dowling

Manchester Evening News

JESSIE: Website.POLICE are looking into a website set up in memory of Jessie James for clues about the schoolboy's murder.

More than 7,000 people have visited the internet memorial, which features a photograph of Jessie under the words "A Fallen Soldier".

Most have posted poems and prayers in tribute to the 15-year-old, but some visitors to the site have also suggested they know the identities of Jessie's killers.

A spokeswoman for Greater Manchester Police confirmed detectives were aware of the website as part of their investigation. Jessie, a pupil at Manchester Academy who wanted to be an electrician, was found collapsed on parkland near his youth club on Raby Street, Moss Side, in the early hours of Saturday morning.

He had been shot three times with a semi-automatic pistol.

The term "fallen soldier" is sometimes used by street gangs to describe friends slain by rivals, but Jessie's grieving sister Rosemary, 28, told the M.E.N. the family didn't feel the label suggested he was a gang member.


She said: "The website was set up by a cousin of ours and we've been overwhelmed by the number of people who have put messages on it.

"We are not interpreting the name `a fallen soldier' in a bad way and I think it would be foolish for people to see it that way. This is young people paying tribute to him in the way they speak; nobody means it in a bad way.

"Nobody says anything bad about Jessie or his life on the site and that speaks for itself."

Internet memorial sites first became popular in America where internet users flood webpages about people who had died in tragic circumstances with messages.

Webpages dedicated to Ashley Bowman, who was shot dead two years ago in Wythenshawe in a case of mistaken identity, and Kally Gilligan, who was shot dead earlier this year in Salford by an ex-boyfriend, have attracted messages from hundreds of well-wishers.

The GMP spokeswoman added: "We understand some people might prefer to use the internet to contact the police and we have set up a dedicated point on our website where people can send us information about Jessie James.

"Anyone who has any details about Jessie's murder should go to

"At the bottom of the page there is a feedback form, which can be used to send information. Officers would encourage anyone who knows anything about the murder to contact the police.

"We understand people may be afraid to come forward.

"But we have to find those responsible for killing Jessie and we are trying to make it as easy as possible."

Anonymous said...

The Police site doesn't work.

Guess that sums them up really doesn't it ?

Anonymous said...

Looks like NWN was the first to call out the gangsta jessie james. His family were lying for compenation.

Anonymous said...

Jessie james was 6ft and 17 stone.

Army Veteran Jailed For Stirring Up Racial Hatred ...