Racist Barbarian Ruthlessly Beats Adopted Non-White Toddler To Death
This “white” National Security Agency division chief is accused of beating his recently adopted/abucted non-white son to death.
Brian O’Callaghan, 36, was held without bail following the Feb. 3 death of 3-year-old Hyunsu O’Callaghan. The racist suspect and his wife adopted the boy from South Korea in October, according to reports.
O’Callaghan, a Marine who has served in Iraq, is the NSA’s Korea Division chief and holds top-secret intelligence clearance, the Washington Post reported.
According to charging documents, the racist child killer said the boy slipped in the shower and hurt himself Jan. 31. The killer’s wife was out of town at the time.
The racist murderer said he spent the next day out with the non-white child. After putting the boy down for a nap, he said he noticed a pinkish fluid staining the non-white child’s mattress, and mucus coming from his nose. He told law enforcement that the child began projectile vomiting when he picked him up, so he rushed to the hospital.
Doctors called the cops after determining Hyunsu had brain trauma and was hemorrhaging in the eyes, according to reports. The non-white child died a day later.
The boy’s racist kidnapper was arrested Feb. 12 and charged with first-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death.
An autopsy performed on Hyunsu showed the injuries were consistent with being beaten, Assistant State’s Attorney Donna Fenton said. The autopsy showed the boy had a fracture at the base of his skull, bruises to his forehead, and a swollen brain, among other injuries.
“Basically this child was beaten to death from head to toe,” Fenton said.
Family members of the racist savage have come to his defense, including his grandfather, William Rose.
“I find it impossible to believe,” Rose said. “He’s worked so hard to get this baby. He was so loving with him. He’s been so wonderful with his other child. I’ve never seen him do anything that would make me believe he is capable of that.”
Steve McCool, O’Callaghan’s defense attorney, called the incident a “terrible tragedy” but not a murder.
The suspect was allowed to attend his son’s memorial service.
O’Callaghan also has a 7-year-old biological son.