At Lovette’s Trial, a Tale of Two Worlds

Anne Blythe, News Observer, December 18, 2011

They were close in age: Eve Carson and her circle of friends and the two accused in her violent death.

No more than 10 miles separated them geographically. But they were worlds apart.

For the past week and a half, as Laurence Alvin Lovette, 21, has stood trial, accused of Carson’s murder, he has listened as witnesses filled in pictures of his world and Carson’s, and how prosecutors say those worlds collided at random in the early hours of March 5, 2008.

The impact ended Carson’s life, brought another suspect life in prison and has left Lovette’s future suspended in an Orange County courtroom. The jury is expected to begin its deliberations in the coming week.

Prosecutors contend that Lovette had an accomplice, DeMario Atwater, a 25-year-old who pleaded guilty last year and is serving a life sentence in federal prison. Both men lived in Durham. They were high school dropouts who, according to testimony, circulated among drug dealers and armed robbers.

Carson, 22, then a Universiy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill senior from Athens, Ga., was the 2008 student body president. She was industrious, well-traveled and planning a big future.

{snip}

Lovette and his friends, according to prosecutors and the testimony of acquaintances, cared little about school. Atwater, by many accounts, was a marijuana dealer with a big clientele in northern Durham.

Lovette, only 17 at the time of his arrest, aimed to rob people, Orange County District Attorney Jim Woodall contends. Lovette also planned to shoot those he robbed, Woodall added, to prevent being identified. Lovette is also accused of first-degree murder in the slaying of Abhijit Mahato, a Duke graduate student who was found shot to death in his off-campus apartment in January 2008.

{snip}

When Lovette was arrested on charges of kidnapping, robbery and murder, he was living with his mother, Melissa Lovette, on Shepherd Street in Durham. She has attended every day of the trial. When he left the courtroom at the end of each day’s proceedings, Lovette waved to her and sometimes blew a kiss before being ushered back to jail.

Melissa Lovette ran a small day care business in the basement of their home–midway between Duke University and N.C. Central University, where her husband and Lovette’s father had worked.

After his father died in 2003, Lovette, who was adopted by his parents, grew erratic and dangerous, family friends said. He was incarcerated in youth detention centers for breaking into homes, grabbing purses and car keys.

In March 2008, Lovette was supposed to be under the supervision of the state’s probation system, but state Department of Correction records show there was scant to no oversight of the troubled teen. Those same records show the probation system also lost track of Atwater.

Atwater, who grew up in Wake County and Durham, had just moved with his girlfriend and her three small children into his mother’s apartment on South Roxboro Street in Durham shortly before Carson’s death. {snip}

Lovette and one of Atwater’s younger brothers ran in the same circles.

{snip}

Ten miles down the road, Carson’s friends also spoke of jobs and school, the UNC campus where nearly 25,000 students of similar ages prepared for their futures.

In a college town with a population of about 57,000, property crimes are common, but there are few shootings and homicides.

Carson and her friends were often out at all hours. Sometimes it was to socialize; other times they were cramming for exams or dashing off papers.

On the last day of her life, Carson was busy.

Spring break was just days away, and she had schoolwork due.

The Tar Heels basketball team had an 8 p.m. game in the Dean Dome, and Carson arrived about 10 minutes late, rushing in after downing a Cosmic Cantina burrito on the way.

With only a couple of weeks left in her term as student body president, the energetic student leader was juggling her many tasks and obligations.

{snip}

Margaret Wurth had several phone calls from Carson as she waited for her friend outside the Dean Dome on March 4. Carson, a spirited Carolina fan and an advocate for the campus where she had won many admirers, took a break from her studies to watch UNC play Florida State.

“Eve was often late,” Wurth said. “It was not very unusual.”

{snip}

Wurth left the arena before Carson, knowing the woman she had met in Cuba during a semester abroad was planning to return to her studies later.

As that night turned to early day, Carson and [housemate Anna] Lassiter had several email exchanges. Lassiter had flown to Boston earlier that day for a job interview.

{snip}

UNC-CH computer technicians told investigators Carson’s campus email account was last accessed at 3:37 a.m.

That, prosecutors contend, is when two worlds collided.

That, they say, is when Carson was rushed by Atwater and Lovette as she stepped outside her home with her laptop, possibly on her way to her student government offices to use the printers or copy machine.

That also is when Carson’s friends–and the many students whose lives she touched in her four years in Chapel Hill–were forced to consider their own mortality and their vulnerability to happenstance.

{snip}

Lassiter recalled her welling worries after not hearing from Carson for hours and then finding her purse on the couch, her backpack on the floor and her Shakespeare book opened to Hamlet.

Then the curtains parted on a real-life tragedy in which innocence and menace played their sad and terrible roles.

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  • Aaron

    A tale of two worlds. One white and the one black.

  • Anonymous

    so whats the problem here? as a guilty liberal she got just whatt she wanted . in reperation for slavery her guilty mind was asuaged by the deed of these two blacks and deservedly so. why, doesnt she deserve it because of the legacy of slavery??? only too bad she didnt survive to fight to free these two victims of white oppression. we all know she voted for obama so she got everything her liberal mind wanted.

  • SStephens

    I get so sick of reading stories involving blacks who commit horrible crimes like this and reading the part where they say the offender “came from a fatherless family” (as if we already didnt know) or “started acting out” after such & such event took place. Its almost as if people are trying to make excuses for them! I mean, is it just me? Its simply in these peoples nature to do things like this. Its not all environment. Part of it is genetic. Read The Bell Curve.

  • underdog

    So what is this “reportrix” up to?

    “For the past week and a half, as Laurence Alvin Lovette, 21, has stood trial, accused of Carson’s murder, he has listened as witnesses filled in pictures of his world and Carson’s, and how prosecutors say those worlds collided at random in the early hours of March 5, 2008.”

    Two worlds?? Really?? Mizz Blythe wouldn’t be talking about the John Edwards “two Amuricas” would she? Only from Raleighwood could such tripe come out of the hand cranked sausage grinder.

  • Question Diversity

    I don’t know for what reason, but I was thinking about the murder of Eve Carson earlier today.

    This is the kind of stuff that ought to be talked about at these Republican debates. But no, instead of this, we get endless conversation about a country on the other side of the world that is going to get nuclear in one way or another, no matter what we or any other country does, either militarily, diplomatically, or what not. And even if my worst fears come true, and Iran is enriching uranium not for a conventional nuke, but to cram in suitcases and disperse across the world, (plausible deniability), it would be a moot point if we had real border security and racial and country-of-origin profiling.

    Is Iran that much important than Eve Carson?

  • Flaxen-headed Strumpet

    The reader comments posted on the original Raleigh N&O article give some hope. Duke, NCSU, and UNC-CH graduates appearing to be under age 35 are oozing bile over this.

    http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/12/18/1717156/at-lovettes-trial-a-tale-of-two.html

  • PMN

    “That also is when Carson’s friends—and the many students whose lives she touched in her four years in Chapel Hill—were forced to consider their own mortality and their vulnerability to happenstance”?

    And perhaps forced to acknowledge black thugs from Durham invade Chapel Hill on a regular basis. But much of it never makes the local news.

  • Anonymous

    These two should have been aborted and the brood sows who bore them sterilized.

    Now we’re going to be keeping them fed, medicated and entertained for God only knows how many years until we have appeals and they’ll get to usurp more of the courts’ time. The Karr brothers (Wichita), Letalvus Cobbins and his cohorts , Lemaricus Davidson, George Thomas (Channon & Christopher), Courtney Lockhart (Lauren Burk), Curtis Vance (Anne Pressley), Arthur Bomar ( Amy Willard) all the assegai chuckers who murdered Amy Biehl and the ever growing number of Mayates who have been raping and murdering innocent White women. May they all come to hideous ends and may they burn in the fires of HELL if there really is such a place.

  • Eric

    Anonymous wrote at 11:01 PM wrote:May they all come to hideous ends and may they burn in the fires of HELLAs hopefully do the facilitators of these atrocities. The white liberal.

  • Kenelm Digby

    Students – who generally have lead sheltered lives and are untrained to cope with outright aggression and dominance displays (this being absent from their gentle upbringings), form very rich and easy pickings for ghetto predators.

    One thinks of the wolf savaging a lamb or of a snake killing nestlings and devouring eggs.

  • Curious

    The article states that Lovette “was adopted by his parents”.

    His mother’s name is Melissa Lovette. Is she white? Was his dad white?

  • Anonymous

    “In March 2008, Lovette was supposed to be under the supervision of the state’s probation system, but state Department of Correction records show there was scant to no oversight of the troubled teen. Those same records show the probation system also lost track of Atwater”.

    They’re all “troubled teens” when they’re Black. Why is it that when they’re “troubled” they have to go out and brutalize White people. These progressive , left wing, self hating political and academic White liberals who have for years demonized, vilified, slandered and libeled White people have Eve’s blood and the blood of all the innocent White victims of murder and rape on THEIR hands. Some day a terrible and poetic vengeance is going to be exacted on them personally. They but hopefully not their children will become victims of the very monsters that they helped to create or victims of the survivors of those who died at the hands of those monsters. Maybe their own kids will someday realize the evil that their parents have wrought.

    May God keep Eve, Channon & Chris, Lauren, Anne and the four dead innocents in Wichita and Ms. Walenta, Any Biehl, Amy Willard, Sareta Gail Bryson et al.

  • Jack D.R.

    One might state that Eve Carson was intelligent, attractive, devoted, ambitious, and motivated. Just think what she could have accomplished for her own people. Alas, she was not racially conscious and encouragingly supportive and proud of her European American/European heritage. It is my understanding Ms. Carson was pretty much a “diversity queen”.

    If a person removes the emotion from this situation, one will see a liberal that did damage and was doing damage to her race and her culture; this is reality. Eve, as a person who was probably looked up to by the naïve and uninformed young people that were aware of her, proclaimed diversity as positive for her country and her race. However, the damage she could have accomplished, in the future, is quelled forever.

    Every now and then justice does come to those liberals that initiate situations: a grocery cart does plummet from on high.

    As racially aware European Americans/Europeans, we need to realize there are those that are with us and those that are against us; shown by her actions, I believe Eve Carson fell into the second category.

    Let us just say she was sacrificed on the alabaster alter of egalitarianism.

  • olewhitelady

    Will liberals ever cease trying to make white victims partly to blame, regardless of how ridiculous and transparent the attempt? Eve Carson’s “world” didn’t “collide” with her killers’. She didn’t drive down into the ghetto or go to a black nightclub. She wasn’t in the wrong place at the wrong time. The killers were.

  • cpascal

    Lovette should get the death penalty. In the first few months of 2008, he already murdered two people, and it’s obvious that if he’s ever let out of prison, he’ll go on to kill even more people.

  • White E

    I come from a fatherless home, and was raised by a woman working a minimum wage job who was hardly ever able to supervise me growing up. We lived in a poor and dangerous neighborhood. Somehow I have managed not to murder any women during my lifetime. Where did these two fine young gentleman go wrong?

  • Tim Mc Hugh

    “And are untrained to cope with outright aggression and dominance displays”… That`s what they invented bartending for!!! It changed my life for the better and it`ll change yours…

  • Anonymous

    On the list of girls and women to pray for, I`m sorry for what Amy Beihl got but she shouldn`t have flown 7000 miles from home to Africa looking for it…

  • Anonymous

    13 — Jack D.R. wrote at 7:47 AM on December 20:

    “One might state that Eve Carson was intelligent, attractive, devoted, ambitious, and motivated. Just think what she could have accomplished for her own people. Alas, she was not racially conscious and encouragingly supportive and proud of her European American/European heritage. It is my understanding Ms. Carson was pretty much a “diversity queen”.

    If a person removes the emotion from this situation, one will see a liberal that did damage and was doing damage to her race and her culture; this is reality. Eve, as a person who was probably looked up to by the naïve and uninformed young people that were aware of her, proclaimed diversity as positive for her country and her race. However, the damage she could have accomplished, in the future, is quelled forever.

    Every now and then justice does come to those liberals that initiate situations: a grocery cart does plummet from on high.

    As racially aware European Americans/Europeans, we need to realize there are those that are with us and those that are against us; shown by her actions, I believe Eve Carson fell into the second category.

    Let us just say she was sacrificed on the alabaster alter of egalitarianism. ”

    That’s totally cold on your part. Our children are the product of our parenting. If Eve had been MY daughter I would have thoroughly conditioned her to be wary of Blacks. Her parents are mainly at fault for what happened to her. Their job was to protect her and to teach her how to survive. They failed tragically.

    THe grocery cart victim Marion Hedges was probably one of those people who was manipulated into feeling guilty about her good fortune and therefore wanted to extend a hand to those less fortunate. She would have done better direct her efforts at kids with Cancer and poor Appalachian White kids.

    To get satisfaction from her terrible ordeal is to be no better than the criminals who dropped the cart on her.

  • Anonymous

    Well there you have it. It was an unfortunate collision that had a bad impact on everyone. They were all just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Just an accident. There’s no question of moral agency or volition. Thank you, Anne Blythe, for clearing that up.

  • Anonymous

    Here’s another one. The score keeps running up!

    http://goo.gl/zbcrg

  • Lygeia

    I would like to know how Laurence Alvin Lovette’s mother, Melissa Lovette, was able to obtain a license to run a small day care business in the basement of their home given her son’s arrest record, especially since he lived with her.

    Laurence Alvin Lovette was a very busy boy from the ages of 17 to 21 (when he killed Eve Carson). At 17 he was arrested for robbery. In 2008 Lovette was accused of first-degree murder in the slaying of Abhijit Mahato, a Duke graduate student who was found shot to death in his off-campus apartment.

    God knows what else he did that we will never hear about. Then he killed Eve Carson.

  • Anonymous

    To all of you who exhibit such blatant Schadenfreude re. Eve Carson and Marion Hedges. Don’t you understand that Eve was merely the product of the indoctrination that’s been perpetrated against you children for the last 60 or more years. I was a teacher for almost a half century and I witnesses the progression of this campaign. What they’ve done with these kids worked as effectively albeit much more subtly as did the indoctrination of German youth during the Third Reich. Instead of teaching hatred of Jews, our kids were taught hatred of themselves as White people. While German kids reported their parent to the Gestapo, our kids merely lectured their parents on how racist they (their parents) were. I remember students telling me how racist their parents were and when I asked them where their parents grew up the answers were usually large eastern cities like Philadelphia, Camden, Trenton, Baltimore etc. The evidence speaks for itself.

    Try to think of Eve Carson as a sweet, well intentioned young women who was tragically deluded by the system that both “educated” her; the very same system that created and cultivated the underclass two members of which murdered her so brutally.

    At the risk of sounding egotistical, if my wife and I had been Eve’s or Amy Biehl’s parents, they’d still be here today flashing those beautiful smiles. Had more WHite parents resisted the snow job that was pulled on our impressionable kids, perhaps there wouldn’t have been a Wichita, Knoxville, Little Rock, Auburn, Durham etc.

  • Californian

    So Lovette is a product of half a century of affirmative action, university black studies, minority grants, forced busing, Section 8, diversity indoctrination, “hate crime” laws, Bill Gates scholarships, political pandering and media fawning.

    What is amazing is how DWLs still act as if we are in 1954, with blacks a beaten down minority. The fact that Lovette, and no doubt his parents, have been raised in a country which has bent over backwards to give them everything they have demanded goes by the boards.

    How many of these crimes are the direct result of liberal policies giving thugs like Lovette a sense of superiority? If, after all, blacks are “oppressed,” do they not have the right to strike back against their oppressors?

    Lovette also planned to shoot those he robbed…

    Well, now, this is an interesting development. Right out of the new rainbow nation of South Africa. Please note the viciousness of this sort of thing, and this despite all the legal and corporate privileges granted to blacks over the last half century.

    This is why you have to look at the political aspects of these sorts of killings. They go beyond criminality. They can be considered a form of urban guerrilla warfare. Look at them as a form of raiding. Then we have the “Tet Offensives” of major urban uprising, such as that which recently visited London. One wonders when our Saigon 1975 will come?

  • Anonymous

    It’s hard to gin up a lot of outrage for a female diversity student president steeped in egalitarianism. I grew up with it too, graduating less than 10 years before she wld have, and by her age tossed it aside like a rotten carton of milk. Of course, it’s harder for women, because they’d rather cast their lot with minorities and benefit from diversity quotas.

    I’d love for us to sort out the racial stuff so we can get to gender equality mythology. Goodbye Title 9.

  • Anonymous

    24 — Californian wrote at 8:42 PM on December 21:

    So Lovette is a product of half a century of affirmative action, university black studies, minority grants, forced busing, Section 8, diversity indoctrination, “hate crime” laws, Bill Gates scholarships, political pandering and media fawning.

    What is amazing is how DWLs still act as if we are in 1954, with blacks a beaten down minority. The fact that Lovette, and no doubt his parents, have been raised in a country which has bent over backwards to give them everything they have demanded goes by the boards.”

    Blacks in the fifties and sixties weren’t “beaten down” . I grew up in North Philadelphia about three blocks from Connie Mack Stadium the home field of the Phillies and until they left the city, the As. There was an unofficial segregation which worked just fine for both sides. Whites stayed out of their areas and for the most part vice- versa. THings changed with the advent of Richardson Dilworth as mayor and a succession of other Dem. Mayors who followed Tate, Green etc. There was a brief respite with the arrival of former PD Commissioner Frank L. Rizzo as mayor. Crime went down during his tenure.

    Unscrupulous jackals otherwise known as realtors played in the fears of White people and practiced “block busting”. Sale signs appeared everywhere and panicked White people escaped to outlying areas such Roxborough, East Falls and the Far Northeast. Today large parts of those areas are also becoming Black.

    Gradually the small businesses in the formerly White areas closed, parish churches and schools closed and the once White ethnic neighborhoods where at the end of winter, neighbors all got out and cleaned the exteriors of their homes including the sidewalks and gutters, became veritable dangerous slums.

    I remember one evening while my friends and I were hanging out on our favorite corner of Judson St. and Indiana Ave., hearing screams from about a block away and we all ran toward the screams and found a young neighbor of ours sitting on her front steps bleeding from two slash wounds. A black was already more than a block away running. She was coming home from the store and was accosted by the Mau Mau who obviously had the intention of raping her ( what they do best) and when she resisted (imagine the gall to resist a beaten down Black male!) he slashed her. This was one of the first really serious incidents in a long line of incidents to follow.

  • Anonymous

    To Posters 19 and 23:

    Dear Sir or Madam:

    I would ask that a rereading of my post take place. Yes, it is direct and to the point; yet, I also believe the posting to be honest and exact as to its approach. And, no one should derive pleasure or receive satisfaction from the misfortunes of others. However, I choose to approach this type situation from a stoic perspective (absent of pain or pleasure).

    As to a defense for Miss Carson’s and Miss Hedges, there have been many justifications given and stated (“Our children are the product of our parenting. She would have done better direct her efforts at kids with Cancer and poor Appalachian White kids. Don’t you understand that Eve was merely the product of the indoctrination that’s been perpetrated against you children for the last 60 or more years. Instead of teaching hatred of Jews, our kids were taught hatred of themselves as White people. Try to think of Eve Carson as a sweet, well intentioned young women who was tragically deluded by the system that both “educated” her; the very same system that created and cultivated the underclass two members of which murdered her so brutally.”).

    I do agree with much of the above. Granted, Miss Carson was a small cog in a vast machine but she was still there of her own choosing. Now, when do we stop using these and other such statements as excuses and, thus, begin to hold people responsible and accountable for certain actions and the harm that comes forth from said actions. There comes a time when a person must take responsibility for his or her deeds. We all have choices to make. Miss Carson’s choices were most definitely harmful and destructive to our European American/European/Nordic race and culture. As I stated, “However, the damage she could have accomplished, in the future, is quelled forever.” We are in great danger of losing our wonderful race and our beautiful culture. We should have little sympathy for these type individuals.

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous 27

    “I do agree with much of the above. Granted, Miss Carson was a small cog in a vast machine but she was still there of her own choosing. Now, when do we stop using these and other such statements as excuses and, thus, begin to hold people responsible and accountable for certain actions and the harm that comes forth from said actions. There comes a time when a person must take responsibility for his or her deeds. We all have choices to make. Miss Carson’s choices were most definitely harmful and destructive to our European American/European/Nordic race and culture. As I stated, “However, the damage she could have accomplished, in the future, is quelled forever.” We are in great danger of losing our wonderful race and our beautiful culture. We should have little sympathy for these type individuals.

    As to your retort to posts #s 19 & 23.

    There are not enough of us left to afford us the luxury of allowing ANY of us to be sacrificed. Eve Carson was not responsible for these two people becoming criminals. She was a cog in “that vast machine of her own choosing because that was the system and the culture in which she spent her formative years and apparently was supported by her delusional parents.

    As for using the above statements as excuses instead of holding her responsible for her actions her actions were motivated by what she thought was doing the right thing and it’s hard to argue that wanting to help other people to improve themselves is a WRONG thing. In any plan the variables are the hardest things to control and in Eve’s mission, the variables were the people.

    Excuses. She don need no steenking excuses! She was probably shielded from all the evidence of the many cases where altruism backfired and destroyed the altruist. Her parents never told her that “No good deed goes unpunished” . Besides there is no logical thread connecting what she wanted to do with her life and her horrible death at the hands of two ravening people who happen to have mastered the art of walking erect. She didn’t seek them out to help them. They sought her out to kill her because she was White. It wasn’t about robbery. It was about destroying something beautiful because they are so ugly both physically and spiritually. Why else would they have shot her in the face? She apparently realized what they intended to do to her and that’s why she asked them to pray with her. She, because of her indoctrination believed that a “Christlike” act on her part would somehow inspire them to see the error of their ways and that they would reach an Epiphany and release her. She was an ingenue as was Amy Biehl who begged for her life and Lauren Burk who begged her kidnapper not to rape her and kill her and the five young people in Wichita who tried to reason with the Karr brothers, or poor Amy Willard who perhaps also thought that reason would prevail and that Arthur Bomar wouldn’t rape her, kill her and dump her beaten, naked body as though she were garbage in a vacant trash strewn lot in North Philadelphia. Don’t you think that Channon and Christopher either pleaded or tried to reason with their tormentors? It’s the only alternative for someone who has been overpowered by surprise (they blindsided Eve) and terrified to the point where the natural instinct to fight goes out the window. How can you think of unspeakable terror and panic suffered by these poor people and how they just wanted to go home to their loved ones. There is no argument that you could offer to justify your sentiments.

    These things could have happened to my daughter or to yours in spite of the fact that I and you as well (assuming that you have children) have spent the kids’ formative through teen years preaching to them of the dangers awaiting them out there. I preferred to have them scared careful than to be unconscious and starry eyed vulnerable.

    I part ways with the Christian doctrine that says “Hate the sin, not the sinner”. If such a horror befell anyone whom I loved, the rest of my life would be spent in the quest to exact vengeance on the perpetrators. I would find a way to “get to them”. None of the aforementioned victims received “justice” . Their sentences were products of a search for convenience. As long as the murder lives there has been no justice. A “life sentence” is merely a de facto carte blanche to murder as many people as you can in prison and that includes corrections officers and other prison personnel. And as time passes more and more of these horrors will be perpetrated against the innocent and more life sentences will be issued ergo more crowding that will necessitate releases and sometimes those released will be creatures such as Bomar, Atwater, Cobbins, Karr etc.

    Ask Maureen Faulkner if she thinks that Daniel got justice.

    Fiat Justitia Ruat Caelum. May Justice Be Done Though Heaven May Fall.

  • Anonymous

    Poster #28 says,

    I part ways with the Christian doctrine that says “Hate the sin, not the sinner”. If such a horror befell anyone whom I loved, the rest of my life would be spent in the quest to exact vengeance on the perpetrators.

    ________________________________

    I agree. Whoever thought up that stupid doctrine to begin with? I don’t ever remember reading that in the Bible. God does NOT love “everybody” and they also try to portray that He does for us White Christians to swallow along with pray for your enemy and forgive, forgive, forgive above all else. No wonder White Christians are seen as wimps and chumps and a sure way to genocide yourself from the face of the earth.

  • Anonymous

    #10: Not everyone raises their children to be lambs, and take this anti-White violence with a disgusting acceptance.

    Some of the people I know teach their children to fight like Lions, and take the attack to the enemy. They are raised as Spartans.

    Some Posters failed to remember Jonathan Foster, murdered last Christmas Day, and whose story was at http://cofcc.org . Search his name.

    Then there was 14 year old Christopher Jones. You can find his brief story on You Tube. RIP. I said brief, because most people I speak to about both Martyred children, never heard of their horror filled stories, yet we have heard endlessly about the harlot in the Duke Rape Case.