White Supremacist SERIAL KILLER Murder Black Teen In Subway . . . CAUGHT ON TAPE!!!

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A MASS MURDERING White Supremacist is on the loose in Oakland - and he targeting Black women for MURDER. The White supremacist KILLER was caught on tape SLITTING the throat of a Black woman inside the BART station in California.

Police are still searching for the suspect in the brutal slaying of a black teen  at the MacArthur BART station in Oakland, Calif.

Authorities say 18-year-old Nia Wilson died after her throat was slit by the man, who was identified yesterday as 27-year-old John Cowell. Her sister, who was also stabbed, survived the attack.

Cowell is not yet in custody. BART released an image of him Monday afternoon via their Twitter account, calling for the public to help find him.

Here is the video showing Nia being killed by the ANIMAL


UPDATE: Reports are saying that the man who allegedly slit Nia Wilson's throat has been apprehended by authorities...

The man believed to have slit the throat of 18-year-old Nia Wilson at an Oakland BART station on Sunday night was arrested without incident Monday night.

Police apprehended 27-year-old John Lee Cowell, a paroled felon, on a BART train nearly 24 hours after he allegedly attacked sisters Nia and Letifah Wilson in a vicious stabbing at the MacArthur station in Oakland. An anonymous caller had tipped police that Cowell had boarded an Antioch-bound train, reports the San Francisco Gate.

In a news conference Monday afternoon, BART Police Chief Carlos Rojas referred to the deadly stabbing as a “prison-style attack” that was among “the most vicious” he had ever seen in 30 years of policing.

Letifah Wilson, 26, who was also stabbed in the neck but survived the assault, described Cowell’s demeanor immediately following the attack to ABC 7 News.

“I looked back, and he was wiping off his knife and stood at the stairs and just looked — and from there on, I was just caring for my sister. I was in shock. ... I didn’t know I was cut because I was paying more attention to my sister. But he just stood there, like it was nothing.”