Actor Jesse Williams said they placed the needs of everyone above their one. He praised them and called them magic and queens. Ironically, after all that love and adoration, Williams separated from his “magical” queen and instead settled for an ordinary White woman. But Messy Jesse continues to pander to that base ignoring yet another example of the selfish destructive nature that has become so commonplace with these bastions of selfless service.
A Pennsylvania queen by the name of Edith Keen, 42, has been arrested and is facing attempted murder charges after police say she set fire to her home with her children still inside. According to police when they arrived at the home on 124 Tanglewood Road in the Holiday Pocono development Feb. 10 they found smoke emanating from the house. Police were responding to a report of a mental health issue. As they were investigating, that is when police received a call about a fire from the same home.
Standard Speaker reports:
A large amount of smoke was seen rising from the home and two township officers grabbed fire extinguishers from their patrol cars and entered, finding heavy smoke and fire inside, and extinguishing it as they looked for Keen’s juvenile daughter, who was believed at that time to be inside, police wrote.
Keen was taken to a hospital for evaluation and was charged with two felony counts each for criminal attempt at criminal homicide, aggravated assault and child endangerment. She also faces one count each of arson and strangulation, both felonies; and terroristic threats and two counts reckless endangerment, misdemeanors.
Officers allege that Keen tried to keep her daughter inside the smoke-filled house by plopping her butt on her and choking her. Fortunately for the child, she was able to break free from the grasps of the government sponsored terrorist and run to a neighbor’s house for refuge.
According to court papers, Keen told her daughter, “we are both going to die together and God will take care of us and you deserve to die.”
Police were initially tipped off by Keen’s ex-husband. The ex-husband relayed fears surrounding Keen’s mental health issues.
Keen is said to have set multiple fires in the home while her two children were inside.
Keen is being held at the Carbon County Correctional Facility. Her bail was denied and is due back in court next month. She is facing a number of charges including attempted homicide, arson, and child endangerment. Edith G. Keen awaits a preliminary arraignment before Magisterial District Judge Joseph Homanko, Weatherly.