Kelsey Grammer’s Father’s Murdered by Racist: What No One Knows
It must be hell being Kelsey Grammer whenever you have to meet a magazine writer at a bar for a story. No doubt they discuss Grammer’s latest project, or whatever they are tasked with promoting, but then they inevitably turn to him with watery doe eyes and say something like, “And you’re have such a hard life filled with tragedies. How are you doing?” I imagine he must get sick of that.
I won’t even recite the litany of those tragedies. They are legion; just Google it. So, yes: a few of them he brings to himself by marrying vastly younger opportunistic women who practically have “I am going to fuck you over” written on their foreheads. Whatever. But Grammer’s seriously life-rocking tragedies are those that just…happened. He didn’t do anything wrong. He didn’t bring them on. It was the universe shooting arrows at him over and over.
Murdered by Anti-White Racist
One such horrible event is the murder of his father. And when the magazine article reaches that section of Kelsey Grammer Deaths, it usually begins with his father’s murder, because it was the first in the chronology.
Frank Grammer murdered when he stepped outside to see why his car was on fire. Now onto the next murder!
Here’s what doesn’t get mentioned. His father was murdered on April 24, 1968 by a black man who was a virulently anti-white racist.
St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands resident Arthur Bevan Niles–the killer–was a real sweetheart. On April 4, 1968, the date of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s funeral, Niles, a taxi driver, painted his taxi with racist slogans. According to the Louisville Courier-Journal (KY), dated April 26, 1968, Niles’
cab was ordered off the streets [by police] because it was covered with such statements as ‘Kill the white pigs’
Niles’ Long River of Crime
Niles’ first crime? Hardly. Prior to the murder, Niles also placed a bomb in the St. Thomas VI offices of International Telephone and Telegraph, Co. The bomb did not explode.
Not three weeks after King’s funeral, Niles set fire to Grammer’s car in the middle of the night, in order to lure him outside so that he could murder Grammer.
But because we wouldn’t want Niles to suffer too much, he eventually got out of prison, freeing him to wreak havoc in this world again. This last heard of him was in the Washington, DC area, when in 2002, he threatened to kill a judge.
According to the Post, Niles said in court
Just keep me in a jail where I can be safe and you can be safe. Or put me in the gas chamber. I do not deserve to live because I have killed people and I am not sorry for what I did. I would be content and happy to be in jail, if you could find a cell for me to be alone.
Mr. Bevans, we would be happy to oblige you with that gas chamber request.
Where Is Arthur Bevan Niles?
Several sources report that Niles spent 26 years in prison and was released in 1994, but I cannot find a primary source for this.
One source reports that Arthur B. Niles died in November 2013. But the obituary of Jean Niles, Newton, NC, dated December 19, 2013, states that she is “survived by” her husband of “52 years, Arthur Niles of St. Thomas, VI.”