Blame it on Reality TV mentality: Son kills Mother after appearing on Judge Mathis over PORN CHARGES!

March 15, 2010

I wouldn’t kill my mother, although I might think about killing myself.

This dude clearly had bigger issues.  First, PORN IS FREE.  Have you seen the internet?  How did he spend five racks on porn?  His biceps must be huge! Second, you really never make a move on Ma Dukes.  You can leave, you can even go as far as curse her, but when you lay a hand on her, you are lying a hand on the closet thing to God, since she and Dad ( or mailman, random hook-up or sperm donor) gave YOU life.

This is what happens when you don't go and meet "real" women...Just like in Weird Science, I bet he went to the bathroom to "comb" his hair too...

Damn, see what happens when you chase the dollars? Big Shout out to Big Black News Blog… Charles/Atraybion Harmon looks embarrassed and is probably planning the crime right now.  Look at him…

Porn bills were likely motive for slaying of Adelanto mother, authorities say

Posted: 03/11/2010 08:11:07 PM PST

Investigators say an Adelanto man may have decided to kill his mother after they appeared together on a “Judge Mathis” television show where he was ordered to repay his mom part of the money he ran up in bills for pornography.Atraybion Charles Harmon, 20, has pleaded not guilty to stabbing his mother to death March 4 in the family’s home in the 11300 block of Essex Court.In February, 55-year-old Barbette Harmon took the eldest of her three sons on the “Judge Mathis” show to recoup costs she claimed Atraybion Harmon racked up on Internet and television porn.

Judge Mathis ruled in her favor, ordering Atraybion Harmon to pay $5,000. On the television show, the judgment is actually paid by the production company.

Nevertheless, detectives believe the appearance on the show was the motive for Barbette Harmon’s slaying.

“It did play a role,” said San Bernardino County sheriff’s homicide Detective Steve Pennington. “He didn’t pay anything out of his pocket but he still owed quite a bit of money to her.”

A YouTube video with a clip from the episode was posted three weeks ago but is no longer available for viewing. Warner Bros. Entertainment has put up a label saying it was taken down because of a copyright claim.

You can read WB as saying, “We do not want to become party to a lawsuit, which is already in the works.  we need some plausible defensibility to the claim that we pushed this dude over the edge.,..”

Officials with the show declined to comment.

Sheriff’s deputies were called to the family’s home about 1:20 p.m. when Atraybion Harmon called 9-1-1 to report that he had come home and found his injured mother. Paramedics pronounced her dead at the scene.

Atraybion Harmon lived in the home with his mother and two younger brothers, neither of whom were home at the time of the attack, authorities said.

Investigators have said they found evidence at the scene that led them to believe Atraybion Harmon was involved but they declined to say what the evidence was.

“We became suspicious of what we found at the scene,” Pennington said. “His story didn’t match up.”

Harmon is being held without bail at West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga. He is scheduled to appear Thursday in Victorville Superior Court.

Anyone with information about the slaying can contact Detective Robert Warrick at the sheriff’s Homicide Detail at 909-387-3589.

stacia.glenn@inlandnewspapers.com
909-386-3887

damn…Judge Mathis leads to the death of a mother.  One might ask what the mom was doing bringing him on TV and airing him out like that, but you gotta pay the bills and five racks aint chump change.

But, I found out some interesting facts abotu Judge Greg Mathis while learning about this story.

A self confessed major gamer, Mathis is currently working a video game entitled Mathis: Detroit Street Judge with filmmaker Mathis: Detroit Street Judge. The game will focus on a newly released ex-convict working to find a way out of a life of crime, similar to Mathis’ own experiences.[5]

Which is kinda tight, since he was caught up in the life before going straight and going to law school…

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