Soldiers Murdered Trying To Protect a Woman Being Attacked


Jonathan Prins, left, and Charles Allen Judge, Jr., right. (GoFundMe/Facebook)

July 27, 2016

By Lorra B.

Sunday, two soldiers were murdered trying to protect a woman at a bar in South Carolina. The owner of the bar, Justin Brooks, stated that the soldiers were trying to help her escape from a man attacking her.

After the soldiers dragged, Joseph Mills, 25, off of the women they were shot multiple times in the chest by Mills.

“They both have their hands up trying to talk to him and he just shoots them in cold blood. And then just walks off like nothing happened. Walked off like he was shopping at Walmart, right down the aisle — put a shirt over his head so people couldn’t see him,” Frayed Knot owner Brooks told WLTX-TV in Columbia.

Mills stated that a girl grabbed drugs from his car and ran. When he got to the girl he stated that he was in fear that the two men were going to “lynch” him so he shot them. Mills added that he apologized for what happened.

Mills has been charged with two the two murders of Charles Allen Judge Jr, 40, and Jonathon Michael Prins, 29.

Judge Arthur Myers cautioned Mills several times to remain silent during his hearing but refused. Bond was denied for Mills.

“Judge, 40, was a staff sergeant with South Carolina National Guard, while Prins, 29, was a drill sergeant at Fort Jackson,” according to



May you RIP brave soldiers.

Military Wives Receive EERIE Messages From ISIS Who Hacked Their Accounts

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February 13, 2015

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A cyber group purporting to be affiliated with the Islamic State militants, calling themselves Gasper CyberCaliphate Sadz, has claimed responsibility for a targeted attack against U.S. Navy wives, delivering a very specific and eerie personal message.

According to, the ISIS sympathizers hacked into the Twitter account of Military Spouses of Strength on Tuesday and assumed at least one of the women’s identities but replaced her profile picture with one of cyber jihad, then used the account to send out threatening messages to several other members of the social media group, calling them out by name.

“You think you’re safe but the IS is already here, CyberCaliphate got into your PC and smartphone,” one menacing post said. Another stated an alert to the group about being in possession of personally identifiable information. “We know everything about you, your husband and your children and we’re much closer than you can even imagine. You’ll see no mercy infidel!”

“Initially I was very scared. Whenever someone calls you out by first and last name that’s going to get your attention,” Lori Volkman said, who was among the targeted military wives.

Each of the targeted women reportedly received friend requests on their Facebook accounts, which came with the warning, “While your president and your husband are killing our brothers in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan we’re coming for you.”

Military Wives Receive EERIE Online Messages From ISIS Who Hacked Their Accounts

The threatened wives informed the FBI about the online breach and an investigation into the incident is ongoing. The FBI has not commented on the case since having received it sometime between Tuesday and Wednesday.

Commenting on a CNN article regarding a threat of ISIS targeting military families, with specific mention made of these spouses who had been hit online, one of the women, Amy Bushtz, who is also an editor at, stated, “Being singled out by a potential terrorist organization is unnerving but I have no intention of living in fear or changing my life.” Bushatz’s husband is in the Army and the couple have two young boys.

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