HEADLINE: Charley Ramsey’s 15 minutes of fame… and it’s gone like a Big Mac chased by a Four Loko; just another month in Cleveland.
It’s happy hour for Charley Ramsey and his neighbor Angel Cordero for helping Amanda Berry with daughter Joceyln, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight escape from Ariel Castro’s ghetto love palace on May 6, 2013 in the burbs of Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
Notice, if you will, how heart strings have so-far been fondled throughout this unfolding drama by A-list carpet baggers (especially McDonald’s with free advertising thanks to irresponsible and/or diabolical journalism) like former host John Walsh of “America’s Most Wanted” TV show, pop poof Anderson “Pegboy” Cooper and military brat college frat boy comedian Patton “The Rat” Oswalt.
Good old Charley the dishwasher has even earned public adoration from his employer and attention by Spreadshit (spreadshirt) to market tshirts with Ramsey’s instant classic quote:
I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms.
As the masses and gold diggers jerk each other off with skittle-stained rainbow pleasure, remember the fact that yet another poor street urchin (sweet little Joceyln… victim age 6 years with a curious numerical coincidence to other current events, conceived from rape, hmmm, wonder if that rings a metaphysical dinner bell) probably won’t be held ever again by her father, not to mention her grandmother (Lillian Rodriguez, Castro’s mother).
Maybe she will look forward to being a “dancer” to twerk and attract another freakish monster like Ariel Castro when she comes of age. Hopefully, though, this innocent will beat the heavy odds perhaps to mature with other sheeple and conveniently ignore the staggering numbers of women who disappear (and never to be seen again) from American streets every day.
Never mind the fact that American taxpayers will now be billed for the long-term care of four more souls in the Federal System. Imagine the hourly rates for child psychiatrists and kidnap/rape victim counselors. Way to go Charley for doing absolutely nothing more than being there in the moment, just like an empty McDonald’s bag rotting in the gutter.
Full version of the epic 911 call Charles Ramsey made (with subtitles):
Interview with Charles Ramsey: