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  • acerbicabrasivejudgmental acerbicabrasivejudgmental Nov 23, 2013 11:40 PM Flag

    Hate Crime in Nieu Yawk Chitty that is being Supressed?

    Watched some survelliance videotapes of young black males in groups attacking Caucasians on the streets of New York with something called "The Knock-Out" punch beatings. Can't find authoritative reports on this new crime wave.

    Some attacks happen in broad daylight, but most happen in the evening or at night. From what I can glean, these young criminals are rootless and lack any human positive relationships. Nobody knows them, nobody cares about them, and they are largely ignored. The group dynamic spurs them to act out their hatred which they take out on single, innocent people on the streets. The abnormal psychologists might like to classify these acts as bad boys acting our their anger on strangers; I call it anti-social actions which are precursors to felonious lifestyles by sociopaths and psychopaths. I don't believe that the New York City Police Department are doing much to stop this crime wave. Time for vigilance and neighborhood protection patrols in the face of law enforcement neglect layered with political correctness.

    Is this a true story that is being untold because it will be bad publicity for the politicians and the law enforcement establishment of New York? From the videotapes, it all looks recent and TRUE. All IMHO.

    ACE: There are no jokers in my deck.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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