ROSS FAMILY’S SAVAGE SLAVE HISTORY AVENGED: PRIVILEGED DAUGHTER’S ALLEGED SLAYER POTENTIAL DESCENDANT OF SLAVES OWNED BY ROSS
Waldorf Carathers (SAVANNAH, GA) – Guwisguwi (John Ross) .. born in Turkeytown, Alabama,…. father, Daniel Ross, Scottish immigrant … mother, a quarter Cherokee.
Ross .. began … business ventures, but derived the majority of his wealth from slaverly. … .
(T)he number of black men without names who were killed … . (A)s told by the Cherokee oral tradition … .
There was one called “Turtle” .. piercing eyes .. high cheeks .. strong chin .. brown skin showed exceptional stregnth.
(Ross) trading them like so many blankets or horses. … .
By 1824, it is estimated … … (Ross) owned between 100 and 400 enslaved blacks … (A)s many as 15,000 enslaved blacks were taken with them.
Privileged Jennifer Ross, 20-year-old, Daughter of Rusty Ross (vice president and chief legal counsel to Savannah’s largest hospital with strong ties to the Republican Party) was shot while walking with friends near Orleans Square early Saturday morning, according to Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police.
Brett Findley, one of her friends, told police they were approached by ‘three black men’ and said one of the men struck him in the head with a gun. He said the same man who hit him then pointed a gun to his face and demanded his wallet.
As he reached for his wallet, another man struggled with Ross, said Police Sgt. Mike Wilson.
Ross resisted her assailant’s request for her purse and suffered a gunshot wound, that would prove to be fatal, during the struggle.
“No, you can’t have my purse,” donning her snottiest and most arrogant aires, she protested. “It’s my purse. My wealthy daddy gave it to me!I just finished dancing with him at the debutante ball; where I was the debutante.” – Booker Johnston (fictional re-enactment)
BlackPovertySpeaks Champ St. Nicolas Thief applauded the slaying of Ross saying ‘the privileged daughter whose family’s wealth was built on slave labor refused charity to the descendant of slaves on Christmas Eve. She deserved to be slain.”
Ross was a freshman at Mercer University and graduate of Savannah Country Day School.