The Suffolk County District Attorney's office yesterday released what it said were the more racists excerpts from a diary kept by Nathan Allen, who killed two Black Winthrop residents, David Green and Ramona Cooper before a Winthrop police officer shot him dead.
You can read the excerpts at the link below.
Also, he didn't think much of women, even though he was married to one, the DA's office says:
Men need to kill things.
Women do not understand men.
Less than 48 hours before he stole a truck in Revere, slammed into a building in Winthrop and murdered two people, Allen wrote more of his hatred for Blacks - and his hope that one day his wife, whom he had married just last year, would come to share his views.
DA Rachael Rollins said his wife was as horrified as anybody else by what happened. Rollins praised her, and the rest of Allen's family, for their help in the investigation:
The Allen family is devastated by the deaths of Staff Sergeant Cooper and Trooper Green and offer their heartfelt condolences to each family. The Allen family – including Nathan’s parents, sibling, wife, and her parents – have met with our investigative team at every request and have cooperated at each turn. We would not have had immediate access to all of the information we do now without their full cooperation. Further, there has been no indication or evidence that the Allen family was aware of Nathan’s intent or apparent ideologies. They have stated that they denounce any form of hatred or racism and request privacy during this difficult time. All three of these families – the Coopers, the Greens, and the Allens - are survivors of homicide, and my office will provide resources and assistance in whatever way we can for them.