Karate Murder Video Footage: Real Snuff Film in 1984 Dojo updated



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Caught on Tape: Karate Student Brutally Attacks Mentally Challenged Man
by Camron Wiltshire on June 24, 2013 in News

Curious if there are any updates on this disturbing case. This has nothing to do with authentic Bushido (the way of the warrior) and the so-called black belts are ignorant thugs who dishonor themselves and all martial arts with their behavior.

Hanford, Calif. (KMPH News) – A shocking and disturbing video that is now making its way across the internet has captured the attention of the Hanford Police Department.

The six minute video shows a karate instructor ordering a student to beat and possibly kill a mentally challenged man.

“It is such a disturbing video and whether it’s real or not that still needs to be confirmed,” said Hanford Police Chief Carlos Mestas.

Chief Mestas says his department is assisting in the investigation of a possible crime committed 25 years ago in the state of Virginia.

“This was a very disturbing beast type of beating,” said Mestas.

The footage was supposedly taken on December 13, 1984 at a karate dojo reportedly owned by Sgt. Bobby Joe Blythe who may now be living in Hanford.

“1984, that’s 25 years ago, so this guy, the owner of the Dojo was 38 or 39 years old. We think that he was possibly in the military at the time hence Quantico Virginia,” said Mestas.

Blythe has not been named a suspect. Attempts by KMPH News to speak with him at his home in Hanford have gone unanswered.

Mestas says he is working with local, state, federal and military investigators on the case. The video known on the internet as the “Jesus taught me” clip captures the fight between a black-belt karate student and a mentally challenged man.

Investigators say although Blythe is not seen personally hurting the victim in the video, he could still face legal troubles.

“He didn’t do anything about it and he had control of it since that was one of his students. You could almost say he was the one that directed it,” said Mestas.

The victim in this case can be heard saying he does not want to fight, just to demonstrate some skilled moves that “Jesus taught him”. Despite his plea, the beating continues.

“Having seen his head get stomped as many times as he did, I would be surprised that he survived it or did not have at least major brain damage,” said Mestas.

What’s more upsetting is no one present in the video tries to help the bloodied man. He is immediately dragged out the back door like it’s no big deal.

I had my email inbox flooded today with countless requests to post this video to help spread the word about what happened on December 13, 1984 in Virginia. It appears as though this video had been sitting somewhere concealed, quietly waiting for over 20 years to resurface and cast light on what lead to discovery of a dead body of a mentally challenged man in a dumpster. The video clearly depicts first degree murder, instructed by Karate Master Bobby Joe Blythe and executed by fresh black belt Willie J Dennis.
The man who was murdered in cold blood was obviously mentally challenged. He showed up at Karate school of Bobby Joe Blythe who’s allegedly known for being a bully, telling him that Jesus taught him how to fight and that he would like to teach the students in his dojo. So Bobby Joe Blythe instructed one of his students – Willie J Dennis to off mentally challenged man and off him he did. Willie J Dennis stomped the crap out of his head as he was lying on the floor helpless. Bobby Joe Blythe then instructed the onlookers to drag his body out and chug it in a dumpster near his dojo. That’s where his dead body was found by the police.
The information I have received says that Bobby Joe Blythe is 63 year old now and lives in Hanford, near Fresno, California. He’s got connections in law enforcement and military making him near untouchable (not sure if that’ll change after the video, there’s a lot of corruption out there). Willie J Dennis who carried out the murder by beating the mentally ill man to death is currently facing charges for another violent crime. People like Willie J Dennis remind me of the likes of Kenny Glenn and that other dickless faggot who used to post comments on Best Gore pretending he was somebody else and is now licking anal warts of his uncle’s ass.
Murder video of clearly mentally handicapped man instructed by kung fu master Bobby J Blythe and carried out by Willie J Dennis is below. WARNING! Content of this video is offensive. It’s a first degree murder clearly carried out in cold blood. From the video it looks as though all Willie J Dennis could fight are mentally challenged kids. Judging by the video, he may not have the balls to stand up to another trained martial artist with black belt. I’m sure true martial artist would not even want to fight someone who disgraces the art by stomping mentally retarded people to death. Maybe once he goes to jail for this murder, some monster human jailman will show him that despite his black belt, he can’t actually fight. Both dojo owner Bobby J Blythe and murderer Willie J Dennis are former marines (Willie J Dennis was a Marine Sgt.):




Hanford, Calif. (KMPH News) - A shocking and disturbing video that is now making its way across the internet has captured the attention of the Hanford Police Department.
The six minute video shows a karate instructor ordering a student to beat and possibly kill a mentally challenged man.
"It is such a disturbing video and whether it's real or not that still needs to be confirmed," said Hanford Police Chief Carlos Mestas.
Chief Mestas says his department is assisting in the investigation of a possible crime committed 25 years ago in the state of Virginia.
"This was a very disturbing beast type of beating," said Mestas.
The footage was supposedly taken on December 13, 1984 at a karate dojo reportedly owned by Sgt. Bobby Joe Blythe who may now be living in Hanford.
"1984, that's 25 years ago, so this guy, the owner of the Dojo was 38 or 39 years old. We think that he was possibly in the military at the time hence Quantico Virginia," said Mestas.
Blythe has not been named a suspect. Attempts by KMPH News to speak with him at his home in Hanford have gone unanswered.
Mestas says he is working with local, state, federal and military investigators on the case. The video known on the internet as the "Jesus taught me" clip captures the fight between a black-belt karate student and a mentally challenged man.
Investigators say although Blythe is not seen personally hurting the victim in the video, he could still face legal troubles.
"He didn't do anything about it and he had control of it since that was one of his students. You could almost say he was the one that directed it," said Mestas.
The victim in this case can be heard saying he does not want to fight, just to demonstrate some skilled moves that "Jesus taught him". Despite his plea, the beating continues.
"Having seen his head get stomped as many times as he did, I would be surprised that he survived it or did not have at least major brain damage," said Mestas.
What's more upsetting is no one present in the video tries to help the bloodied man. He is immediately dragged out the back door like it's no big deal.
Investigators say there are still many unanswered questions including confirmation of the identities of everyone involved.
Chief Mestas says if the video is authentic it could help convict everyone involved of a crime.
"Yes, it's a cold case, there is a lot of work that needs to be done by other agencies," said Chief Mestas. "They will probably have to look for missing person cases, 25 years back, who knows? Hopefully we can get to the bottom of this."
Hanford Police is not disclosing the names of the local, state and federal agencies involved because Mestas says it could jeopardize the investigation.