His Way or No Way

Man Charged With Killing 5 Family Members

A 20-year-old Texas man is facing capital murder charges in the shooting deaths of five family members in a small town near Houston. Maron Thomas is being held on $1 million bond in Bellville, Texas. Among the victims was Thomas’ 2-year-old niece who was shot and decapitated with a machete. Police said the shootings were the result of a lengthy family dispute. Police found the bodies of the five victims in their home Sunday afternoon. The shootings took place early Sunday morning, police stated.

Maron Thomas’ sister blames his conversion to Islam for pushing him over the threshold of the anger he has always had. She stated he was never diagnosed with a mental disorder, still does not have one, he just hates everyone. “When he’s right, he’s right. And that’s all there is to it. It’s his way or you’re in the way.”

The victims were Thomas’ mother, Debra Washington, 54; his stepfather, George T. Washington, 69; his sister Kiana Phearse, 25; and his 2-year-old niece, Khalilah Chambers-Massey. The naked body of his brother, Cedric Thomas, 19, was found in a wooded area behind the house.

Vincent Green, OKC, Arrested

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

September 6, 2011

After a night of drinking and fighting which resulted in Sherrie Mead, once again, vowing to take her son and leave him, Vincent Green sets her on fire in their bed and torches the home. Sherrie then attempted to drive herself to the hospital as her home burned. Pain overcame her and she pulled off the road to seek help. Vincent Green, a repeat violent felon, was arrested shortly thereafter and charged with arson, attempted homicide, and a laundry list of other crimes. He also vowed to torch his landlord’s home, who happened to be a friend of Sherrie Mead and was trying to help her get out the relationship with Green because of his violence, drinking, and drugs.

Sherrie Mead and Vincent Green, 2011

Kashif Parvaiz murdered wife, Nazish Noorani

August 22, 2011

Kashif Parvaiz, a Pakistani-American, wasn’t satisfied with much of anything nor willing to work hard for anything worthwhile except what mattered to him most: himself.

On August 19, 2011, Kashif Parvaiz, 26, of New Jersey, took a leisurely stroll with his very beautiful wife, Nazish Noorah, 27, and their two sons, ages 2 and 5. He had much to celebrate and knew, as he smiled at Nazish, he would soon have more to celebrate.

Martin Ragussa, 74, with Kashif and Nazish 2007

With the assistance of his lover, Antoinette, Kashif conned his way into the life and trusting heart of an elderly gay man, Martin Ragussa, 74, back in 2007 and conned him into signing over his income from a 114 unit apartment building. This morning, the day Kashif and his lover chose as the murder of lovely Nazish, Kashif sold the apartment building for a hefty $2 million profit. The building sold for over $9 million.

Kashif Parvaiz, 27, and lover Antoinette Stephan

At some point during their stroll, three mysterious black men arrived on the scene, supposedly hurling anti-Muslim slurs at Kashif and his wife and children, calling them terrorists, pulled guns and slaughtered Nazish, wounding Kashif only in very minor ways while rendering him unable to assist his dying wife. His children were unharmed, at least physically.

Devastated as they sat beside their mother and watched her die, just as she had stated would happen in one text message after another to her brother. Just as Kashif had stated would happen in text messages to his lover, Antoinette Stephan.

On August 21, 2011, in spite of all his previously concocted stories of how all this really went down, police arrested Kashif Parvaiz and Antoinette Stephen (who now proclaims her innocence in all this) and charged them with murder. Kashif’s bail has been set at $3 million while Antoinette’s bail has been set at $1 million (sorta chews up that lovely profit, doesn’t it? And for what?)

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