Bearded Black Formally Charged with Murder of Three White Women

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
March 25, 2020

So this black knew the victims, and sometimes used their house “as an address.”



A Knoxville man now faces formal murder charges in the March 8 slayings of three women.

Desmon Rhea, 24, was being held in Knox County custody in lieu of $2 million bond. He’s been in custody since hours after the killings.

Desmon Rhea

Rhea is accused in Knox County Criminal Court of first-degree murder in the deaths of Barbara Rogers, 57, and 55-year-old Mildred Blackwell, in the home they shared on Trousdale Road. Records suggest Rhea sometimes used that as an address as well as a nearby residence.

He’s also charged with killing Blackwell’s daughter, 29-year-old Juliana White, was found shot to death on Division Street.

Rhea, who has a prior arrest record for violence against women, also is charged in the nine-count indictment with aggravated child endangerment, using a gun during a felony and the aggravated burglary of Rogers’ home.

Knoxville police have said Rhea and the victims knew each other, but haven’t released a motive.

From left: Barbara Rogers, Juliana White, and Mildred Blackwell