Rap Sheet: Three Georgia Men Accused Of Kidnapping, Raping, Beating, and Burning Woman Who Beat Them In A Rap Competition


If their indictments are true, Joey Betrail Garron, 28, Robert Carl Johnson, 23, and Ketorie Glover, 23, represent some of the most depraved of a highly depraved class of criminals. The three men in Columbus, Georgia challenged a woman to a hip hop rap battle at a house party. When the woman won, the three were so outraged that they allegedly kidnapped the woman at gun point, took her to a parking, and gang raped her. They then beat her and doused her with gasoline and set her on fire, according to police. She survived and the three were arrested.

One of the men is accused of pulling a handgun at the party and forcing the 36-year-old women into her own vehicle. He was joined by two other men.

The three men now face charges including kidnapping, rape, aggravated assault, aggravated sexual battery, aggravated sodomy, arson in the first degree, and possession of a firearm. That is quite a rap sheet for these failed rappers.

Glover is also charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

From the news reports, there appears to be plenty of witnesses in the confrontation. In such cases, the felons often leave ample witnesses and forensic evidence in their destructive path. If they are convicted, they will obviously not likely see another day of freedom.

Source: Ledger

28 thoughts on “Rap Sheet: Three Georgia Men Accused Of Kidnapping, Raping, Beating, and Burning Woman Who Beat Them In A Rap Competition”

  1. sincity.YOU are truly an ignorant fool to suggest this is caused by leftist socialist feminist culture. You also link socialist with fascist which only a fool or a Fox News addict might do!!

  2. This is a symptom. The cause is the nihilist leftist socialist (now fascist) feminist culture promoted by the anti-Christian owners of the major media.

    They weren’t wearing badges, like the psychopaths who caused the holocaust at Waco or who roam our streets bullying and killing, so they will be prosecuted.

  3. In my world, there would be lines of no return. Crossed the line and YOU have voluntarily surrendered your membership to the human race. And for the sake of society there can be no mitigation. If you as an individual deliberately choose to cross the line regardless of benign intent, you’re out of the club. The circumstances may lavish you with honor but the status would always be the same and accomplished without malice.

  4. Take a long look at them, especially the eyes. These men are already dead. We’ll probably learn they quit school, had no man helping raise them, and assorted incidents throughout their lives of violence. In prison they will probably find themselves in gangs, fights, etc. Would you be surprised when their deaths are reported due to fighting in prison? Sadly, someone loves them and they will suffer the loss. The victim’s life will never be the same. I hope she gets the help she needs. Three more children that got lost and will never return.

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