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

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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. So DBQ says they aren’t “human beings”, are but “soulless amoral animals”. Was it not Spinelli and Squeeky who a few weeks back made the argument that Hitler was human and one should never call other humans “animals” no matter how bad they were? Why yes it was. So I wonder where is that argument now?

  2. There are a lot of factors that contribute to psychopathy. The biggest issue is the lack of normal human interaction during the formative years with caregivers. Young children who are mistreated or ignored by the adults who are supposed to love and nurture them. Raised by psychopaths or sociopaths themselves who lack empathy for their crying needful child.. Drug addled parents, drunkards, sadistic abusers. The child learns that empathy is futile and that there is no one to rely on. Thrown out on their own, the children of psychopaths roam the streets in gangs like packs of rabid dogs.

    Generations of people who keep repeating the chain of horrible parenting. These circumstances have always existed. There have been horrible parents since time immemorial. Society usually picks up the slack, and in small towns especially, people will step in and help…save the children, punish the parents. The faceless urban cesspools and the destruction of the nuclear family with supporting relatives: These conditions have been perpetuated by liberal-progressive policies that enable these behaviors and the unending stream of money to allow people to wallow in a drug or alcohol induced haze.

    It is an epidemic of soulless roving gangs of amoral animals that look like human beings, but they really are not. I don’t know what the answer is, but we have to, as a society, cut out the cancer and eliminate the conditions that perpetuate this sickness.

    This is not an excuse for these criminals. People do have free will and even a psychopath can choose between right and wrong. Legally, they should be prosecuted and put away for ever. As already pointed out, the likelihood of rehabilitation is slim to none.

  3. Squeeky, Unfortunately, those are the lyrics young people listen to daily. I ran into a real culture clash walking through the UW campus prior to last Saturday’s game. Now, UW is lily white, except on the fields and courts. But, there was several out door parties playing rap. What caught my eyes and ears was a cacophony between two fraternity houses. One was blasting rap. But, the biggest party I saw were preppies singing along, @ the top of their lungs, “Build me up, buttercup,” a horrible song from my youth. It was still better than the rap. However, I have a new hate, techno music. It is an affront! Didn’t hear any on Saturday. Finally, I am oblivious to clothes, what’s cool. I wear clothes because it’s the law. Well, cutoff blue jeans are what ALLLL the young women are wearing. Maybe this is been going on for awhile? But, it was hilarious because it was almost like it was a required uniform. Cut off blue jeans and red, Wi. t-shirts.

    1. Nick – cut-offs and maroon-and-gold jerseys will abound all through to at least late November here in Arizona, God willing. 🙂

  4. ” He who recognizes a lack of humanity in others, loses it in himself.”– author unknown

    This could also explain ISIS

  5. Murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom January 6, 2007

    Heinous, vicious, brutal and unthinkable crime “most unreported” by media.

    “Christian and Newsom were leaving an apartment together to go to a friend’s party when they were abducted from the apartment complex parking lot.

    Christian’s parents found her abandoned Toyota 4-Runner two blocks away from the Chipman Street house the following Monday with the help of her mobile phone provider. An envelope recovered from the vehicle yielded fingerprint evidence that led police to Lemaricus Davidson at 2316 Chipman Street. When police went to the address on Tuesday, January 9, they found the house unoccupied and Channon’s body in a bin in the kitchen.

    According to the testimony of the Knox County Acting Medical Examiner Dr. Darinka Mileusnic-Polchan at the subsequent trial of Eric Boyd, Newsom was sodomized with an object and then raped by an individual. When his body was discovered near a set of nearby railroad tracks, it was found that he had been bound, blindfolded, gagged, and stripped naked from the waist down. He had been shot in the back of the head, neck, and back and his body had been set on fire.

    According to the testimony of the medical examiner, Channon’s death came after hours of torture, having suffered injuries to her vagina, anus, and mouth as a result of repeated sexual assaults. It was also reported that her body was scrubbed with bleach which was also poured down her throat, in an attempt by her attackers to remove DNA evidence, while Channon was still alive. She was then bound with curtains and strips of bedding, her face covered with a trash bag and her body stashed within five large trash bags, before being placed inside a residential waste disposal unit and covered with sheets. The medical examiner said there was evidence that Channon slowly suffocated to death.[5]”

  6. I was a big fan of early hip hop, true genius originals like Afrika Bombaataa and DJ Melle Mel purposely innovated a new culture to provide an alternative to gangs, violence and other self-destructive elements of urban culture. Then overnight, the record companies discovered they could make a lot of money selling “gangster rap” to feed America’s juvenile insatiable need for another vicarious badass experience. Overnight rap became a glorification of every negative racist stereotype. And because Black artists were willing to sell out to make millions, almost no one protested for fear of being called racist, or worse an Uncle Tom if you were Black.

    Last weekend 2 insanely wealthy rappers whose “street cred” was built on being violent “Bloods” gang members attended an event to raise money for an anti-gang charity. Did they denounce their gang affiliations, nope, just another $$$ PR fest that makes no sense. I wonder how history will look back on this era, after the great success of the Civil Rights movement when the whole country inexplicably made the glorification of negative Black stereotypes a multi-billion dollar industry, and didn’t connect it to the fact racism still persists.

  7. These thugs are probably rapping about the whole thing even as we discuss it. I can just imagine something like this going gold or platinum:

    Yo, dat ho tried to diss me
    Got all up in mah face
    But me and mah posse
    Put duh b!tch in her place.

    Boom. Shizizzle. Pop.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

  8. Why not attempted murder in the charges.

    “If they are convicted, they will obviously not likely see another day of freedom.”

    They should not see another day……period.

  9. What is often missed, and this by no means excuses the actions of these animals, is that in the US thuggery, gangsterism, violence, and gun ownership is portrayed in almost every form of art, media, and political statement. Yet sex is taboo. A woman’s breasts are fuzzed or blacked out in movies or not shown in ‘respectable’ media venues. We cannot teach children about sex without being attacked by our extremists. Sex has been made more taboo than the actions of these animals. We need to take a long hard look at ourselves.

  10. QUOTE “not likely see another day of freedom”

    Huh!? Get the gas can, time for another fire….

  11. Paul, I depend upon black male fathers I know. They say there was a difference between hip hop and rap but the lines are more and more blurred. They listen to it all and approve certain artists for their kids but you know kids, they listen to it all.

  12. In the rap culture this just gives these guys “street cred.” That is what we are dealing w/ but PC doesn’t allow us to discuss. Black guys I know despise the rap and prison culture their children are surrounded by daily. They feel helpless. These are good men and women raising their children w/ good values but the culture glorifies criminals and men who treat women like, well, “Ho’s.”

  13. No trial for these three…. Chain them together, douse them in gasoline, and when the fire finally dies down, hose them off the streets and into the sewers….

  14. Okay, let’s say it all together. ‘Sore losers!’

    Having said that, isn’t this part of the thugish rap culture? Didn’t a rap super-star get shot or shot at a week or so ago? My students tell me that hip hop and rap are different cultures so the question is was she hip hip or rap?

  15. Well, let’s class the place up with some excerpts from Flowers of Evil by Charlie Baudelaire! From wiki:

    Si le viol, le poison, le poignard, l’incendie,
    N’ont pas encore brodĂ© de leurs plaisants dessins
    Le canevas banal de nos piteux destins,
    C’est que notre âme, hĂ©las! n’est pas assez hardie.

    If rape and poison, dagger and burning,
    Have still not embroidered their pleasant designs
    On the banal canvas of our pitiable destinies,
    It’s because our souls, alas, are not bold enough!

    C’est l’Ennui! —l’Ĺ“il chargĂ© d’un pleur involontaire,
    Il rĂŞve d’Ă©chafauds en fumant son houka.
    Tu le connais, lecteur, ce monstre délicat, —
    Hypocrite lecteur,—mon semblable,—mon frère!

    It’s Ennui!—his eye brimming with spontaneous tear
    He dreams of the gallows in the haze of his hookah.
    You know him, reader, this delicate monster,
    Hypocritical reader, my likeness, my brother!

    BTW,The last line was used by T.S. Eliot in The Wasteland.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

  16. A horrible thing to happen to this woman.

    If the charges are proven, may they never see freedom again.

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