This story first hit the news about a year ago, but it serves as a valuable reminder to all Whites. The crumbling city of Baltimore is so back-logged with criminal cases, that the trial was delayed until November 2018.
“When 8-month-old Reese Bowman was found unresponsive Tuesday at her day care center, a staffer told Baltimore police she had fed the baby, wrapped her in a blanket and put her down for a nap.
Video cameras at the Rocket Tiers Learning Center told a different story, police say.
Footage uncovered the next day showed 23-year-old Leah Walden covering the baby with “excessive blankets,” which fully covered the child’s head, said Criminal Investigations Chief Stanley Brandford.
She was also seen “violently snatching the child out of the crib with one arm, swinging at the baby as if she was slapping her, and placing pillows over the baby’s face,” Brandford said.
“Watching that video is disturbing,” he said. “Reese Bowman, in my opinion, was tortured.”
Walden, of Windsor Mill, was taken into custody about 3 a.m. Thursday after Rocket Tiers notified police of the surveillance camera footage Wednesday evening.
Baltimore Police say Leah Walden, a caretaker at a Baltimore daycare facility, assaulted an 8-month-old child during nap time, causing her injuries that resulted in the child’s death.
Police said Walden has been charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, second-degree child abuse and reckless endangerment.”
When you search for Leah Walden in the Maryland records database, you see that she has a criminal record and should never have been supervising children:
- May 24, 2012: charged with second-degree assault.
- June 28, 2014: charged with criminal possession of marijuana.
She currently has seven charges pending against her from the May 2017 case. These charges include first-degree murder, second-degree murder, as well as child abuse and assault.
Thanks to the media “black out”, these types of inter-racial crimes are quickly swept under the rug. However, they are much more common than most people realize.
Black “care workers” are regularly caught neglecting and intentionally harming vulnerable White people, especially children and the elderly, under their care. White people should seriously think twice about trusting their loved ones to any facility that hires black people as “care givers”.