DNA Testing Proved That Negro was Responsible for Three Rape Cases from 1999

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
February 5, 2020

Lorinzo Novoa Williams

He committed suicide after the investigators came for him.

Do you think he might have been guilty?

11Alive:

Three Cobb County rape cases from 1999 are now solved after a Georgia task force used new technology to find the rapist, who was found dead shortly after taking a DNA test in Arkansas, the Cobb County District Attorney announced on Tuesday.

“His wife had reported him missing that morning and he was found deceased later in the day,” said Senior assistant District Attorney, Theresa Shiefer.

The rapes occurred in southeast Cobb County between June and October of that year. Authorities said they all happened within three miles of each other (at separate locations).

According to a press release, each woman reported waking up to find an unknown man standing over them.

“If he wouldn’t have believed I was dead he would have continued until I was,” said one of the victims, Nicole Ebbeskotte Dallape.

They all reported the crime to Cobb Police immediately and went through medical exams where officials collected and preserved the suspect’s DNA.

GBI officials did test the DNA at the time of the assaults and found that the suspect was the same in all of the cases, they said. However, the DNA never matched to any known offender in the DNA Index System known as CODIS.

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The Cobb SAKI team and Cold Case Unit were able to work together and find a suspect based on the potential ancestor. That person lived in metro-Atlanta at the time of the crimes and had previously been arrested for charges such as peeping tom, indecent exposure, and burglary incidents in Cobb and Gwinnett — within the proximity of the rapes. “I was shocked that from that little bit of evidence and how far back that they were able to come up with someone who could potentially be our guy,” said Shiefer.

“In December 2019, two investigators traveled to Arkansas, where Arkansas State Police assisted in executing a search warrant to collect a known sample of the man’s DNA for comparison. In an interview after the sample was collected, the suspect denied committing any sexual assaults,” the press release detailed.

Shortly after the investigators returned to Cobb, Arkansas investigators revealed the suspect, 48-year-old Lorinzo Novoa Williams, had gone missing and was later found dead.

Nicole Ebbeskotte Dallape

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