The black suspect has now been caught though the shootings also had a more sinister, censored racial angle the police kept hidden until today. [SWAT standoff suspect linked to Zionsville murder, IMPD HQ shootings, WTHR, 10-31-16]:
The suspect in a SWAT standoff on Indianapolis' far northeast side Monday afternoon has been connected to recent shootings at IMPD headquarters and the September murder of an 82-year-old Zionsville man.
The suspect in the shooting of two Indianapolis Police Stations was motivated by anti-white hatred (as reported by WTHR/NBC)
Wilcoxson was holding his 6-month-old son inside the apartment during the standoff. The boy's grandmother stood across the street during the ordeal, waiting alongside everyone else and hoping he would be okay.
Thankfully, Wilcoxson handed the boy over to police when he surrendered. The boy appeared to be okay but was taken to the hospital to get checked out just in case.Wilcoxson was armed during the standoff and police say he fired at officers through the door. No one was injured and officers did not return fire due to concerns for the child.
"Just loud booming going off, so I grabbed my kids and we were against the wall in my bedroom," Crystal Thompson said. She and her two kids were trapped in their apartment right next to Wilcoxson's.
"I was scared for my kids, and I didn't know what was going to happen. I was thinking, 'Oh my god, is he going to bust through the door?'"
SWAT officers eventually rescued Thompson and her kids as they worked to clear the apartment complex.
Prosecutors say Wilcoxson faces a murder charge for the shooting death of John Clements less than half a mile from Zionsville High School on Sept. 28. It was the first murder Zionsville has seen in 20 years.
These charges arise out of a joint investigation conducted by the Zionsville Police Department, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, the Indiana State Police and the FBI. Detectives connected a white Impala registered to Wilcoxson's girlfriend to the Zionsville fatal shooting.
According to court documents, investigators believe Wilcoxson is also related to the IMPD headquarters shootings that occurred on October 4 and October 13.
Detectives found handwritten notes demanding $100,000 and threats including "white must die" near the shell casings that were connected with the Oct. 4 shooting at IMPD Northwest District headquarters. Similar notes were found near the shell casings discovered after the Oct. 13 shooting at IMPD North District headquarters.
"At least in one of those shootings, we believe that he intentionally targeted two police officers inside," IMPD Chief Troy Riggs said, "and we're going to be requesting attempted murder charges."
He allegedly fired almost 50 rounds at those police stations earlier this month. No officers were hurt, but he allegedly left a note at the crime scene threatening more shootings if he didn't get $100,000.
Detectives discovered that the shell casings from both IMPD shootings were a match. A DNA sample from one of the notes and a shell casing matched Wilcoxson's profile.
Court papers say forensic evidence links his gun to all those cases, but his stepfather says, "No, no, no, he's not."
The stepfather doesn't believe Damoine is connected to those crimes.
His aunt, Detra Boyd, said, "He had a moment. That's all."
But court papers show very different 21-year-old.
FBI undercover agents friended him on Facebook during the probe into the police station attacks and the Zionsville murder. According to court documents, they found anti-white remarks and posts like "Kill mankind. No one should survive. We all live in lies," plus "eye-4-eye, tooth for tooth, head for head, life for life."
For Crystal Thompson, Wilcoxson's neighbor, to think this was the guy next door, "It's scary. Because I didn't know I lived next-door to a murderer or anything like that. You don't know who you live next to."
"As one can see from the Probable Cause Affidavit Wilcoxson is an angry individual who was looking to do harm to innocent people. I am relieved to know that he is now in police custody. My office will now get to work to see that justice is served and that he is successfully prosecuted and convicted for this horrible crime that he is alleged to have committed" Prosecuting Attorney Todd J. Meyer said in a statement.I can't recall ever seeing a mainstream news story (WTHR is an affiliate of NBC out of Indianapolis) using the term "anti-white" before; more so, this momentary glimpse of truth comes after we learn Wilcoxson had written "whites must die" in a note found near one of the shootings of the police station.
The continued prodding of an easily agitated black community, with individual blacks routinely swallowing the most obvious lies as sure-signs of a white supremacist conspiracy against the collective black community, with tales of white police stalking innocent black bodies and 'implicit bias' will only result in antagonizing men of Wilcoxson's temperament to lash out violently against white people and the symbols of their civilization.
The consequences of the Obama Administration and the mainstream media playing upon black people's worst fears is that, eventually, some black person is going to react to those fears by fighting back against the evil white man and those institutions of power (police) protecting/perpetuating white supremacy.