Man Cited Anti-White Hate as Motive in Killing of Boy
A man arrested for the stabbing death of a 14-year old boy in South Florida is accused of admitting that his own anti-white hatred was the motive for the killing.
39-year old Semmie Williams, who was arrested late last month and charged with first-degree murder for the stabbing death of 14-year old boy Ryan Rogers, is a career criminal with a host of felony convictions in three different states.
In jail records obtained by Fox News, corrections officers indicate that Williams openly spoke of an anti-white motive to the killing when he was being booked into the Palm Beach County Jail. One officer asked him if he understood the nature of the murder charge against him, to which Williams allegedly responded, “Yeah, murder, because of what they did to black people about giving them syphilis.”
The records are heavily redacted, with jail sources indicating that the redacted portions explain WIlliams’ anti-white motive to the killing in a confession he allegedly made to jail staff. In a deleted YouTube channel, Williams made seemingly random accusations of “racism,” membership in bizarre cults and stalking against members of the public, walking in public and filming passing cars.
Williams initially denied responsibility for the killing, with corrections officers indicating he confessed to the crime in their custody after being taken to jail.
Williams allegedly went on to abuse a white corrections officer as a “white devil” as he attempted to fight officers who were booking him into the jail. Williams’ criminal history records are more than 16 pages long, include convictions for strangulation on a senior citizen, two domestic assaults, and carrying a concealed electronic weapon.
Williams is accused of approaching Rogers while the youth was riding his bike near the I-95 highway in Palm Beach and stabbing the boy to death without provocation.