Negro Who Tortured Elderly White Man with Hammer and Torch Loses Another Appeal

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
February 17, 2020

Ronald Cherry

I’m sure his Jew lawyer is already making plans for a third appeal.

My Central Jersey:

A Plainfield man convicted of robbing and torturing an elderly man for $300 has lost another appeal of his conviction.

Ronald Cherry, 33, was sentenced to 18 years in prison in 2011 for breaking into the residence of an 82-year-old man on West Eighth Street and attacking him.

He and two others tied the man to a chair and stabbed him, beat him in the head with a hammer, torched his genitals and chest, and then left the house with his credit cards and cash, according to court records.

The crime, which occurred in 2008, was described by a police official as among the most heinous he’s ever witnessed.

“This rivals, in brutality and callousness, anything I’ve ever seen … in 40 years,” said then-Plainfield Public Safety Director Martin Hellwig.

The victim, after being tied up, managed to free himself, call 911 and offer authorities a detailed account of the attack before being treated for his injuries.

Kenneth Athey