Sunday, September 25, 2011

Amber Anderson Has Now Learned the Joys of Interracial Relationships
 

Keith Burston has been charged, among other things, with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.

 



 

By Nicholas Stix
Revised at 10:04 p.m., on September 25, 2011.

Black men like to say of white women, “When you go black, you don’t go back.”

That must be due to black men’s well-earned reputation as lovers devoted to giving their wives pleasure, dutiful dads, who sacrifice all to protect their wives and children, and selfless providers.

In the real world, the saying ought to be, “When you go black, you don’t go back… alive.”

Amber Anderson made the mistake of taking up with a violent black man, Keith Burston. Although she was too frightened to break up with him, he still allegedly let himself into her family’s home in the middle of the night with a key someone (Amber Anderson?) had given him, and stabbed the sleeping woman 39 times. Well, someone stabbed her 39 times. It must have been one of those violent, white burglar-rapist-killers that are running amok all over the country, and poor Burston is getting the blame, just for being a black man.

When Amber Anderson’s family “says she has a long road to recovery,” I don’t think they grasp the half of it.

[A tip 'o the shank to Nivius Vir: “Diversity Strikes Again – and Again, and Again.”]
 

Man charged with stabbing girlfriend 39 times
Thursday, September 22, 2011

By Kelli O’Hara
ROCKY MOUNT (WTVD) -- A Raleigh woman is praying for her sister’s recovery.

Holly Anderson says her sister Amber was stabbed 39 times Monday morning at their family home in Rocky Mount.

“I was holding her,” Anderson said. “She kept on saying, ‘Don't let me die. Don't let me die.’”

Anderson recalled the horrifying moment where she didn't know if her sister, her best friend, was going to live or die.

“She said she was scared, that's why she didn't break it off with him,” Anderson added.

Detectives believe Keith Burston stabbed Amber. The two were in a relationship.

“When this happened, he came in with a key,” Anderson recalled. “He didn't have permission, and we were asleep. I was awoken by a call for help.”

The family has lived in fear because Burston was on the loose since the stabbing. He was arrested Thursday evening.

Anderson has a plea for any woman or man in a violent relationship.

“If there are any women out there in a domestic relationship, get out,” she warned.
“Get out of it. There is help.”

Burston is facing several charges including assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.

Amber remains hospitalized and her condition is stable. Her family says she has a long road to recovery.

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