May 18, 2019
Eckerin Odell Frazier.
Once again we find that blacks are unable to control their insatiable sexual desire for geriatric white women.
A rapist can pick anyone, but only negro rapists seem to go out of their way to choose elderly victims.
A 55-year-old Hilton Head Island man who is scheduled to be released from prison in 2021 is now facing an additional charge and more years behind bars after DNA evidence has linked him to the rape of a 60-year-old woman he previously admitted to killing in 1988, according to Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office spokesman and cold case investigator Maj. Bob Bromage.
Eckerin Odell Frazier, currently incarcerated at the Lee Correctional Institution in South Carolina, was charged Thursday with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in the rape of Bertha Neaman.
“The case is an unusual one,” Bromage said Friday evening. “But technology has markedly improved and it continues to improve so it may not be unusual in the future to see a situation like this one again.”
Neaman, of Bluffton, was found dead behind the New Church of Christ on Spanish Wells Road on March 15, 1988. The newspaper carrier was reported missing earlier that morning and was last seen around 3 a.m. at the Mid-Island Plaza on Hilton Head, a sheriff’s office news release said.
After her autopsy, medical experts concluded Neaman was shot to death, the release said. Pathologists’ final autopsy report also said, “Neaman’s sexual assault examination showed that sexual activity had occurred in proximity to her death.”