Thug black robbers murder two Chinese USC students Ming Qu and Ying Wu in Los Angeles





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Published on May 31, 2012

I have seen many crimes were black youth have been targeting Asians, like Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Koreans and others because they see them as easy targets for robbery because they are so friendly and are not aware of African-American crime rates in the United States. Blacks have a higher rate of robbery for their numbers in the USA and other countries. This crime happened during the time of the news media coverage of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, but I did not see one report on the national news of this murder case. This is a bias against Asian people not report this crime. If you are an international student from China, Japan, Korea, etc, be aware that of this fact.


LAPD officials said the two men arrested Friday in connection with the slayings of two USC graduate students were tied to the crime by forensic evidence.

At a news conference, Police Chief Charlie Beck declined to go into details but said police have linked the slayings, which stunned the USC campus, to other crimes police believe were committed by the pair.

Police identified the suspects as Bryan Barnes, 20, of Los Angeles, and Javier Bolden, 19 of Palmdale. They were expected to be booked into the 77th Street Division jail Friday night and held without bail.

Officials said they believe robbery was the motive behind the killings. They did not detail the other crimes that detectives believe are connected to the suspects.

Police said the pair do not have an extensive criminal record and are not recorded as gang members. But officials said they might have gang affiliations.

The arrests occurred Friday afternoon.

Dozens of detectives, plainclothes officers and members of the Police Department's SWAT unit descended on the 1200 block of 91st Street in South Los Angeles, residents said. They arrived suddenly but discreetly, disrupting a kids' game of kickball in the street and an ice cream truck that was trolling down the block, said a woman who declined to give her name.

"It was quiet, calm. We thought at first they were a crew filming 'Southland,' " the woman said, referring to the television drama about L.A. cops. She said she watched the operation unfold from her lawn.

SWAT officers entered the bright blue, two-story house, said the woman. They emerged soon after with a man in handcuffs and handed him off to other officers who led him to a waiting car, the woman said.

Detectives working on the two previous shootings had followed some "very tenuous" leads that led them to believe the man taken into custody might have been involved, the source said. The source added that the man did not have an extensive criminal record.

The source said police knew the man had been in possession of something that "could very readily be tied to one of the victims."

The second man was taken into custody in the Antelope Valley a few hours after the first man, police sources said. He is accused of being present during the robbery. Police are planning to seek murder charges against both men, a source said.

Electrical engineering students Ming Qu and Ying Wu were sitting in a 2003 BMW about 1 a.m. April 11 when a gunman approached and shot two or three times into the driver's side. The two had been chatting, with the car double parked.

Property belonging to the two students was missing, leading investigators to suspect that robbery was the motive for the crime. Three neighbors heard the gunshots and called 911. Shortly after the shooting, a witness saw a person in dark clothing running from the scene, according to Deputy Chief Pat Gannon.

Gannon said a dark-colored car, possibly an American model, pulled away right after the shots were fired. After reviewing surveillance footage from video cameras in the area, the LAPD has identified 75 vehicles that fit the description of the dark car, and Gannon said detectives were tracking down the ownership of each of the vehicles.

The students had been studying before the attack. Qu had driven Wu to the house, where she was renting a room. He parked in front of the home, while Wu went inside briefly to change her clothes. She went back outside, and the two continued talking in the car.

After the shooting, Qu attempted to run for help but collapsed on a nearby porch with a gunshot wound to the head, Gannon said. Wu was found slumped over inside the vehicle.


Read more: http://www.myfoxla.com/dpp/news/local...

May they Rest In Peace and I pray for their families back in China.


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