Pava LaPere Let Accused Murderer Jason Billingsley Into Her Apartment Building After He 'Acted As Though He Had Forgotten His Keys'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Sep. 28, 2023

Surveillance video reportedly shows that "anti-racist" tech CEO Pava Marie LaPere let her accused murderer Jason Dean Billingsley into her own apartment building after he posed as though he had forgotten his keys and looked at her for help.


From CNN:
Billingsley was seen on video following LaPere on the street as she approached the building where she lived and worked, law enforcement sources briefed on the investigation told CNN.

The video shows the suspect following LaPere from a distance, but LaPere does not appear to be aware of his presence, according to the sources.

After LaPere entered the lobby where her company offices are located, she appeared to see Billingsley at the front door looking as though he had difficulty getting into the building as if he had forgotten his keys, the sources said.

LaPere then opened the door for him, and security cameras in the lobby recorded them in conversation, according to the sources.

As LaPere walked toward the elevator, those security cameras show Billingsley following her.

LaPere was killed on the roof, the sources said, and Billingsley is recorded leaving the building about 40 minutes after following her into the elevator.
As I previously reported, Billingsley was released early from prison under Soros-funded Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on "good-time credits" despite having been jailed for strangling and raping a woman at knifepoint in 2013.

LaPere was a self-described "anti-racist" who spoke out against "systemic racism, bigotry, and a police state that criminalizes Black bodies."

No doubt she jumped at the opportunity to let Billingsley into her apartment to prove she's not a "Karen" full of irrational fear for the other.

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