Mudshark of the Week: Alyssa Wright

Somehow I got a hunch a lot of Mudshark of the Week awards are going to be awarded posthumously. Sigh. I mean, let’s face it, female race traitors get the death penalty a lot more often than male race traitors do. I guess it’s just another symptom of the patriarchy. Anyway, maybe once this award category is well established, we’ll be able to take submissions for mudsharks that are still alive.

I wanted to go ahead and get the Mudshark Award started and Alyssa is a good start.

Here’s the full story:

The family of Alyssa Wright wants to know what led the teenager’s boyfriend to allegedly strangle her.

“He was always a real well-mannered boy. I never had any problems with him, always been respectful,” mother Melinda Wright told Channel 2 Action News on Friday.

Alyssa Wright was allegedly strangled Tuesday by Elijah William Ramoutar, 19, at his home on White Birch Drive in Covington, according to the Newton County Sheriff’s Office.

Family told Channel 2 that the 19-year-old went to Ramoutar’s house Tuesday evening.

“We were sitting on the bed, laughing, joking about things that were starting to look up for us,” Melinda Wright said. “She said, ‘Bye. I love you. I’ll be back.’”

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Authorities later found Alyssa Wright dead, then arrested Ramoutar at his home.

They had gone to the prom together in April before graduating in May, Channel 2 reported. Alyssa Wright wanted to enter the medical field and Ramoutar wanted to join the Air Force.

Ramoutar is now facing murder charges and is in the Newton County jail.

The victim’s family says there were no signs of any issues between the two.

One question that remains for the family is why this happened.

“I don’t wish any harm to him, but I’m angry. I’m hurt and I just want to know why,” Melinda Wright said.

GoFundMe page has been set up to help with funeral costs. The family had raised more than $4,300 of its $10,000 goal by 4 p.m. Friday.

Originally published by Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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