Florida: Muslim Who Killed Girlfriend & Daughter Screamed “Allahu Akbar,” Complains Of “Attack On My Good Name”
It is always this way: no matter what an Islamic supremacist does, he is always the victim.
This is sometimes true of Islamic nations as well: look at the rhetoric of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
TAMPA — Ronnie Oneal III complained in court Thursday that news accounts make him out to be a “menace to society.”
The man accused of shooting, stabbing and beating his girlfriend, 9-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son, killing all but the boy, expressed concern that his good name is imperiled.
“I am demanding speedy trial,” he told Hillsborough Circuit Judge Christopher Nash. “And I am requesting a change of venue due to my due process clause of the Fifth, Sixth and 14th Amendment being violated in Hillsborough County with all the media exposure and with their making me out to be a menace to society, making false allegations and accusations before there is even a thorough investigation.
“This is an attack on my good name and known character.”
The Fifth, Sixth and 14th Amendments to the Constitution address the rights of people accused of crimes, providing protection from self-incrimination, along with the rights to a speedy trial and due process of law.
Sheriff’s investigators reported that Oneal killed girlfriend Kenyatta Barron and their daughter, Ron’Niveya Oneal, six weeks ago and critically injured son Ronnie Oneal IV. The family’s Riverview home was set on fire as deputies arrived just before midnight in response to a pair of 911 calls.
As he was placed in a patrol car, Oneal shouted “Allah Akbar,” authorities said.
His son staggered out of the burning home. One of the boy’s lungs had collapsed, his intestines were exposed, and he had severe burns on his body, according to a search warrant affidavit. “My father shot my mother,” he told deputies.
The boy has remained hospitalized since the incident.
In court, the elder Oneal hunched forward in shackles as he leaned into a microphone.
The judge cautioned the defendant that speaking in open court might be against his best interests. He spoke anyway.
“This has been the most inflammatory, prejudicial, pretrial publicity and the most malconducted, malicious administration I’ve ever seen,” he said.
He said he did not believe he could get a fair trial in Hillsborough County….
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer