No Justice – Suspect In Fletcher Murder Previously Convicted Of Rape

The disparity between the opportunities and safety in red and blue-governed cities is wide, growing each decade.

One of the main reasons is the globalist George Soros is funding the campaigns of radicals running for District Attorney, who after winning have chosen to not prosecute criminals for various reasons, including so-called “racial equity”.

In a story that has dominated the news, a lifetime criminal who has been detained at least 17 times on charges ranging from aggravated assault to rape, according to court records, now faces charges in connection to the death of billionaire heiress Eliza Fletcher.

Cleotha Abston, 38, first entered the juvenile court system at age 11 when he was arrested in June 1995 on a charge of theft of property less than $500, according to court records obtained by Action News 5.

Abston’s rape victim, a male, testified in court, according to records. However, instead of serving jail time, Abston was moved into the custody of Shelby County’s Youth Services Bureau — where he was placed several times throughout his youth, according to the outlet.

In May 2000, Abston was arrested and charged for kidnapping Memphis Defense Attorney Kemper Durand at gunpoint in order to make him withdraw money from an ATM, records show. Abston was 16 at the time, but he was tried as an adult and sentenced to 24 years in prison.

Nine years later, Abston requested an early release, citing “ineffective counsel”. His request was rejected in part by a victim statement by Durand, who said he was “extremely lucky” he escaped and that Abston felt “absolutely no remorse for the crime.”

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Abston ended up serving 20 years of the 24-year sentence before being released from Trousdale Turner Correctional Facility in November 2020.

Abston’s criminal activity has flared up again last Friday.

This time he was arrested and faces charges of kidnapping, tampering with evidence, and first-degree murder in connection with the murder of Eliza Fletcher, the granddaughter of hardware tycoon Joseph Orgill III and a mother of two.

Mrs. Fletcher was abducted during an early morning jog on Friday. Her body was found by authorities on Monday after they traced the tire marks and odor of decay to a driveway in Tennessee near where her body was discovered, according to reports.

Police tied Abston to the abduction after video footage showed him forcing Fletcher into an SUV that morning near the University of Memphis.

She was found dead roughly 7.5 miles from where the surveillance footage showed her abduction, according to authorities.

The motive for the kidnapping and cause of death is still under investigation.

This case will again lead to an extensive debate over what would be a just punishment for a monster who kills an innocent married, mother of two small children.

To me, I am not sure why this is a question.

If you take the life of someone, yours must be forfeited, via capital punishment.


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