E’Dena Hines: Murdered at the Witching Hour

 By: Twilight Language

Update: Another Batman sync

Actress Yvonne Craig, best known for her role as Batgirl in the 1960s’ Batman TV series, died at 78 on Monday, August 17, 2015. Craig also played Martha, the green Orion Slave Girl who wanted to kill Captain Kirk, in the third season of Star Trek. Her other guest appearances on TV include The Man From U.N.C.L.E., Fantasy Island, The Mod Squad and The Many Lives of Dobie Gillis. She also starred in two movies opposite Elvis Presley, It Happened at the World’s Fair and Kissin’ Cousins.


It was 3 am (the real witching hour) and the victim was 33. And it happened near a street with a power name.

E’Dena Hines was found murdered. It became mainstream news because her grandfather by adoption is the actor Morgan Freeman. News reports talk of him as her step-grandfather or god-grandfather. E’Dena was the granddaughter of Morgan’s first wife Jeanette Adair Bradshaw, and Freeman had adopted Bradshaw’s daughter, therefore establishing a relationship with Hines that was a close one. For years, Freeman took Hines to film openings, as his plus one.

E’Dena means “of the valley.” Hines can mean “of God’s Grace,” or as a derivative of eidhean, “ivy.”

This is Morgan Freeman with E’Dena Hines at the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises.
In 2008, there was talk of The Dark Knight curse, and Freeman almost died in an automobile accident. See here.
It will be recalled that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward was the focus of the dramatic destruction scene of the Gotham Football Stadium in The Dark Knight Rises.Back to the weekend…

On August 16, 2015, police responding to a 911 call at about 3 am found 33-year-old E’Dena Hines lying on the street with multiple stab wounds to her chest. She was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital. Hines, an actress who had appeared on Broadway and on red carpets at Freeman’s side, was stabbed 16 times, officials said. Hines was attacked on West 162 Street near St. Nicholas Avenue, a few buildings from where she lived, law enforcement authorities and other sources reported.

Lamar Davenport (or Lyric, as his rapper name labeled him) was screaming, “Get out, devils! I cast you out, devils! In the name of Jesus Christ, I cast you out” over E’Dena’s copse.
Police said Davenport was in a relationship with Hines.
Was Lyric part of the weird music Illuminati underground?
Despite strange YouTube attempts to tie Morgan Freeman to the Illuminati, there does not seem to be anything but conspiracy speculation in that direction. Anyone can have freckles.

But what of the killing being near St. Nicholas Avenue?

Nicholas: From the Greek name Νικολαος (Nikolaos) which meant “victory of the people.”

Jim Brandon wrote me in 2012, that he “wanted to add…to the Names of Power list – Nicholas and permutations (from Old Nick and Santa Claus up)….”

I mentioned Brandon’s and Matthew Bell’s article on Nick/Nicholas/Nichols here in 2013.

Police arrested 30-year-old Lamar Davenport, 30, at the scene, and later charged him with second-degree murder.

Lamar is a word in use as a feminine Arabic name meaning “liquid gold.”
The Daily Mirror says that E’Dena had recently returned to NYC after teaching underprivileged youth in Memphis, Tennessee.Hines was a graduate of NYU’s Graduate Acting Program and played Beneatha in A Raisin in the Sun on Broadway in 2012.

She’d left the city to teach in her hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, but returned to New York in April 2015, to co-star in the indie film Landing Up.

“She was an amazing, incredible, loving human being,” the film’s director, Daniel Tenenbaum, toldThe New York Post. Stacey Maltin is also a writer/producer/actor on the film.

In two Batman syncs…

On Saturday, August 15, 2015, Donald Trump made a dramatic entrance at the Iowa State fair, spending time giving rides to children aboard his multi-million dollar helicopter.

After a group of children boarded his helicopter, one nine-year-old child filmed the experience on video.

“Mr. Trump … Are you Batman?” the child asked.

“I am Batman,” Trump replied.


Late on Sunday, August 16, 2015, Leonard (“Lenny”) Robinson, 51, of Owing Mills, Maryland, known for visiting hospitalized children dressed as Batman, died in a crash on a western Maryland highway after his Batmobile had engine trouble.

He was checking the engine of his Batmobile while standing in the fast lane of eastbound I-70 Sunday night when his car was hit by a Toyota Camry. The crash occurred around 10:30 p.m. near the unincorporated community of Big Pool.

Owing Mills is the home to the Baltimore Ravens’ headquarters facility and many companies. The TV program Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser was produced by Maryland Public Television at its studios in Owings Mills; many viewers became familiar with the town as the mailing address of the program. Many people have also become familiar with the town as the mailing address of the weekly automotive series MotorWeek. Local roads can often be seen on the program.

Big Pool, the body of water formed when the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal was made, which of course, gave the name to the area. To the south of Big Pool lies Fort Frederick State Park, a restored fort used during the French and Indian War. Also nearby is the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, which lies near Ft. Frederick alongside the Potomac River.

Known as the Route 29 Batman, Robinson had spent the weekend at SummerFest in South Charleston.

Death Panels: Another Obamacare Architect Thinks We Should Die at Age 75

Right now everyone is talking about how one of the Obamacare architects,

Jonathan Gruber, said it was the huge political advantage of a lack of transparency in the bill being written combined with the stupidity of the American voter that got the monstrosity that is Obamacare passed.

As reported on The Daily Sheeple, Gruber said quote:

Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage. And basically, call it the stupidity of the American voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical to get the thing to pass

Yeah. That happened. Even left-leaning gatekeeper Snopes had to admit it. Why? It’s on videotape.

Well, another of Obamacare’s architects came out and said something perhaps even more disturbing back in September, in case you missed it.

Rahm Emanuel’s brother Ezekiel, former White House Special Adviser on Obamacare and current Director of Clinical Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health and fellow at theCenter for American Progress, wrote a whole op-ed in The Atlantic about why he hopes he dies at 75 because… well, that’s the optimal age to die.

In fact, society would be better off “if nature takes its course swiftly and promptly” and we all die at age 75.

(The Atlantic describes itself as a partner site with the Council on Foreign Relations CFR.org site, just by the way.)


Wow. Look how happy he is about it, too. Yay, timely (or untimely) death!

Here’s a little snippet of what Ezekiel Emanuel had to say in “Why I Hope to Die at 75: An argument that society and families — and you — will be better off if nature takes its course swiftly and promptly” about our optimal age to die:

But here is a simple truth that many of us seem to resist: living too long is also a loss. It renders many of us, if not disabled, then faltering and declining, a state that may not be worse than death but is nonetheless deprived. It robs us of our creativity and ability to contribute to work, society, the world. It transforms how people experience us, relate to us, and, most important, remember us. We are no longer remembered as vibrant and engaged but as feeble, ineffectual, even pathetic.

So, about your 90-year-old grandma or your 76-year-old mom?

Sorry. Sad to say, they have lived too long to serve any purpose in the eyes of Emanuel. They are “feeble, ineffectual, even pathetic.” Their age has rendered them automatically unable to contribute anything valuable to society or the world simply by virtue of being alive. Mr. Obamacare bioethics over there says they should both just go die.

In fact, John Nolte at Breitbart referred to the passive-aggressive article, which Emanuel writes supposedly about himself but it really just sounds like he’s making a blanket argument for everyone, as “what decent people would call the mission statement of a death cult” and went on to say it should have been called “Top 15 Reasons No One Over 75 Should Receive Healthcare.”

In addition to the passage above, here are a few other loving statements from one of Obamacare’s architects, which certainly is not in any way (<–that’s sarcasm) a huge argument for prioritizing healthcare and which essentially includes a laundry list of reasons not to give old people medical coverage.

This is basically the essence of a death panel. And yes, he actually said these things:

  • Half of people 80 and older with functional limitations. A third of people 85 and older with Alzheimer’s. That still leaves many, many elderly people who have escaped physical and mental disability. If we are among the lucky ones, then why stop at 75? Why not live as long as possible?
  • So American immortals may live longer than their parents, but they are likely to be more incapacitated. Does that sound very desirable? Not to me.
  • The American immortal desperately wants to believe in the “compression of morbidity.” … Compression of morbidity is a quintessentially American idea… It promises a kind of fountain of youth until the ever-receding time of death. It is this dream—or fantasy—that drives the American immortal and has fueled interest and investment in regenerative medicine and replacement organs. (Cuz we shouldn’t get those if we’re old?)
  • Living parents also occupy the role of head of the family. They make it hard for grown children to become the patriarch or matriarch.
  • How do we want to be remembered by our children and grandchildren? We wish our children to remember us in our prime. Active, vigorous, engaged, animated, astute, enthusiastic, funny, warm, loving. Not stooped and sluggish, forgetful and repetitive, constantly asking “What did she say?” We want to be remembered as independent, not experienced as burdens.
  • Of course, our children won’t admit it. They love us and fear the loss that will be created by our death. And a loss it will be. A huge loss. They don’t want to confront our mortality, and they certainly don’t want to wish for our death. But even if we manage not to become burdens to them, our shadowing them until their old age is also a loss.
  • And leaving them—and our grandchildren—with memories framed not by our vivacity but by our frailty is the ultimate tragedy.

The guy also goes on and on about how horribly decrepit people get as they get older. To quote Breitbart again, “Emanuel even includes a monstrous but brightly colored graph that is meant to tell anyone over 75 that their ‘last contribution’ to society likely occurred more than a decade ago. Good God.”

Did you know you don’t even really contribute to society past age 65? Emanuel also points out that, “The average age at which Nobel Prize–winning physicists make their discovery is 48.” So? And? How is that proof no one does anything of value later on in their life?

Emanuel went so far as to say, “Even if we aren’t demented, our mental functioning deteriorates as we grow older… It is not just mental slowing. We literally lose our creativity.”

Wow. Literally lose our creativity? All of it? Zero creativity after 75?

Guess that means all of these actors are too old, feeble, robbed of creativity and ability to contribute to work, society and the world to continue to live according to Ezekiel Emanuel:

Morgan Freeman (age 77)
Clint Eastwood (age 84)
Judi Dench (age 79)
Jack Nicholson (age 77)
Dustin Hoffman (age 77)
Gene Hackman (age 84)
Betty White (age 92)
Robert Duvall (age 83)
Michael Caine (age 81)
Sean Connery (age 84)
Mel Brooks (age 88)
Sidney Poitier (age 87)
Gena Rowlands (age 84)
Max von Sydow (age 85)
Ed Asner (age 84)

Robert De Niro is 71, so according to Mr. Emanuel, he’s got four good years left before he should go. Uh oh, Al Pacino turns 75 in April, so…

Yeah. I know how ridiculous that list I just typed is, but it is simply to illustrate a point about the disgusting, heartless bureaucrats running the show in this country.

Ezekiel Emanuel is only 57. We’ll see if he takes his own advice in another 18 years.

Oh, and by the way, how old is David Rockefeller these days? Ninety nine and counting? You don’t say…

In the meantime, people keep debating whether or not Obamacare includes death panels or will lead to death panels in the future. If this Obamacare architect’s op-ed isn’t a raging publicservice announcement for death panels (complete with a graph and everything!), I’m not surewhat is.

They might not openly call it a death panel, but what do you think it means when bureaucrats like this guy argue that life-saving or even life-extending medical procedures like medical screenings or joint replacements are withheld from older folks simply because they are old and it isn’t “cost effective” according to the system?

(Whatever the hell that phrase “cost effective” even means to a government that’s $17 trillion in debt and just keeps finding a reason to go to even more wars…)

In the meantime, my dad died a few months ago. All of a sudden, just like that. He was only 63. Do you think I wouldn’t give anything to have him here for another 12 years? More than 12? Do you think I ever once thought of my dad as a creativity-less “burden” who doesn’t contribute to society as he got older? Do you think him being 75, 85 or even 95 would’ve suddenly made me love him so little I stop valuing him as a human being?

What a bunch of evil psychopaths we have running the show. I agree with John Nolte over at Breitbart: These Obamacare death cultists can all go straight to Hell.

Melissa Melton is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa also co-founded Nutritional Anarchy with Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper, a site focused on resistance through food self-sufficiency.