Zachary Tricoche, and the plague of animals upon our pleasant society. Perhaps being human should be an earned status.


Some people are animals and nothing less.


If it’s “racist” to call them such a thing, so be it. Some people, some individuals, certainly do not have the right or privilege to enjoy the benefits of being a human being. In fact, in today’s distorted world, perhaps having human status should be considered a privilege that can be rescinded at any time for certain animal acts of cruelty.


And you know what we do to animals who attack humans, right?


Zachary Tricoche is an animal.


He is certainly not human. Sure, he’s Black, but whatever to that. Some would argue this ethnic trait is endemic to his actions but I don’t think so. This man should be treated like an animal and put to sleep and our pleasant world would be so much more pleasant without him.




Zachary Tricoche, animal
Zachary Tricoche, animal



Tricoche, 24, who hails from from Pennsauken, New Jersey, became embroiled in an argument with his girlfriend about…food. About groceries. Stupid argument, really; it seems Tricoche was very unhappy about the food she brought home. And like all ghetto disputes, it rapidly escalated. The girlfriend’s 2-year-old son, Jamil Baskerville, Jr, began crying, so Tricoche responded like the animal that he is.



Camden County Assistant Prosecutor Christine Shah…said Jamil had started crying after Tricoche pushed his mother during an argument about food she had bought.




As Jamil cried, Tricoche punched him in the chest, launching his small, 30-pound-body backwards where he hit his head on the wall.




When Jamil got up, Zachary Tricoche punched him again, prosecutors said. This time, Jamil did not get up.


His mother called 911 from their Pennsauken home. She told dispatchers that her son wasn’t breathing, and that his chest had bruises, prosecutors said. He had also vomited before losing consciousness.





Jamil died 2 hours later at Cooper University Hospital.




Jamil Baskerville, Jr.
Jamil Baskerville, Jr.




On Tuesday, a Superior Court judge in Camden ordered Tricoche, who has been charged with murder, held on $1 million bail after prosecutors described how he allegedly ended Jamil’s short life.





Camden County Assistant Prosecutor Christine Shah, who identified Jamil by his initials, “JB,” said in court that the boy died from a devastating blow to his liver.



Some people are animals.