Black Mobs Take Over Washington Metro

Black Mobs Take Over Washington Metro – WorldNetDaily

No one knows what the two white women were doing on that Metro in that part of Washington, D.C.

They “did not want any trouble,” they said on the video. To the black mob that confronted them, threatened them, beat them and robbed them, it was no trouble at all.

So they grabbed their iPhones, but not before the girls fought back to retrieve them. Unsuccessfully.

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All the while one of the members of the crew was rolling video.

Members of this mob call themselves the 44th Street Crew in Southeast Washington. For those not familiar with the different sections of Washington, that is not the lobbyist/media/functionary dinner-party part of town.

Reporters at the Fox affiliate in Washington seemed surprised at the mob violence. But to people who ride the Metro, it was just another day.

Metro police have seen so much of it they are ready with instructions for riders who encounter it: Resistance is futile:

“There’s nothing worth fighting over and getting assaulted for,” said Deputy Chief Ron Pavlik of the two women defending themselves. “There are lot better ways to fight back.”

See the Big List of black mob violence.

Some people devote entire newsletters to the lawless Metro, where black mob violence is often seen, but seldom reported. According to UnsuckDCMetro, here’s a “Harrowing Account of Yet More Metro Violence” that never made the Washington Post:

I have never been more disgusted or shocked by what I witnessed Saturday night at the Anacostia Metro. I went to pick up a family member at the Metro, and just as she was telling me about the fights (Yes, plural!) that happened on the Green Line train [between L’Enfant and Anacostia], we witnessed a group of 6 to 8 young black teenagers kick, stomp, punch and push a lone teenage girl.

I could not believe my eyes! I also could not believe there was not an officer in sight.

When the family member arrived, she had her own story as well:

When she got on the train toward Anacostia, a group of teenagers proceeded to verbally and physically assault a group of young women. One of the boys threw a bottle and another threw the contents of a bottle in one of the woman’s face. The assaults got so out of hand that some people landed on a woman and her baby.

The attacking group had the doors to the train blocked so people couldn’t get off the train. My cousin told me she was so scared that she hid behind some seats and pulled out the box cutter she used for work.

Every story like this prompts readers to tell their own stories, in this case, dozens of them. This is typical:

I was leaving a friend’s place around 11 p.m. on a Saturday a few weeks ago and groups of teenagers were harassing everyone at the top of the escalator on the north-bound side of Eisenhower station. I could see it getting bad fairly quickly and was lucky to catch a train after only about 2 mins of being on the platform.

Over at DCist.com, they are also not in any danger of running out of material from the Metro violence beat. Whether it is a “huge fight” of 100 black people, or violence on a more modest scale, they got the goods.

“Stunning is the sheer number of participants in this fight,” said DCist. The site does not report the race of the participants.

TBD.com also reports on the Metro. The big story last year featured Allen Heywood. A black mob attacked Heywood as he was reading a book waiting for a train. As they beat and taunted him, Heywood begged for mercy:

Haywood repeatedly asked the girl why she was attacking him, pleading with her to end it. “Stop it! Stop it! G—— it! You stop this s— right now! I did nothing to you!”

That got a good laugh from other members of the mob, who “egged her on.” They left him dazed and bleeding and so upset that no one helped him that he stood outside the station holding a sign:

“I WAS ATTACKED AT L’ENFANT METRO SUNDAY AT 7:15 PM. NO ONE HELPED. PLEASE BE CAREFUL.”

One spectator who took the above video offered the video to Heywood to use as evidence against his attackers. But only if he paid for it.

This next episode comes from TheGrio.com: “Our lives… Our World… Our stories,” the black web site from MSNBC.

Robert Joy lost a few front teeth and took a few stitches when he tried to stop a black mob from beating someone at a Metro station.

The headline pretty much tells the story: Teen mob kicks and punches man at metro station.

Only they actually got a few people that day. And others on other days.

See the Big List of black mob violence.

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Black Mobs Violently Assault Stores In Florida, Oregon (Videos)

Flash Mobbery Florida: 300 Black Youths Ransack Walmart Store (Video) – Gateway Pundit

300 black youths ransacked a Walmart story in Jacksonville, Florida this weekend. The youths threw food and merchandise around the store and broke security equipment.

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News 4 reported:

Flash mobs are known across the United Stats as a group of people, dancing, having fun and enjoying themselves while entertaining others.

However, the Wal-Mart off Lem Turner Road in Jacksonville fell victim to a flash robbery when more than 300 people entered the store and destroyed the security system as well as some merchandise.

According to the police report, the group destroyed an electronic anti-shop lifting security scanner that costs about $1,500. The police report also stated the massive crowd could have arrived at the store after a party that was broken up on Sampson Road.

YouTube video showed the teens throwing food and merchandise around the store.

Channel 4’s Crime Analyst Ken Jefferson said any sort of crime where there’s hundreds of people involved is a dangerous situation.

“You’ve got a large number of people going and coming at the same time they are throwing produce,” said Jefferson. “They are stealing items, they are all over the store. You can imagine how fearful the customers were who were in there at that particular time.”

Police did not make any arrests after the mob of people took over the store. If caught, these teens could face criminal charges.

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Black Mob Terrorizes, Robs Albertsons Store In Troutdale, Oregon- Oregon Live

Police have identified 12 teens in a flash mob that attacked Albertsons in Troutdale late Saturday, storming the aisles, picking up produce and other items and flinging them around the store.

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The 12 teens include a 15-year-old boy who lives in Northeast Portland and went behind a Starbucks kiosk, swiped the keys to the cash register and tried to pry it loose. He was captured in the act on the store’s surveillance footage, which was broadcast on nightly TV news shows.

He didn’t steal it, however. “Everybody’s running around the store,” said Sgt. Steve Bevens, spokesman for Troutdale police. “He got spooked – we don’t know why – and he left.”

The mob of 30 to 40 teens flashed through the store at 25691 S.E. Stark St. about 11:15 p.m. About 15 minutes later, a Troutdale patrol officer spotted about 20 teens waiting at a bus stop at Southwest 257th Avenue and Stark Street. When he approached them, the kids became aggressive, Bevens said. The officer arrested two teens, including the boy from Northeast Portland, on a curfew violation. Minors in Troutdale are not allowed to be outside unaccompanied by an adult between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Police later identified the boy through the surveillance footage. Bevens said he’ll be arrested soon and charged in the case. He could face burglary, disorderly conduct, attempted theft and rioting.

Troutdale police will follow up with the 11 other teens as well. They were identified by seven people who called police after seeing the surveillance footage on television. Although Troutdale only has two detectives, they will plod through the surveillance footage, trying to identify all of the teens involved.

“This is a national issue,” Bevens said. “We’re going to try to (identify) these kids. It will take a lot of time, though. It’s going to be a nightmare.”

Bevens said store employees are still going through surveillance tape, trying to identify what was taken. The footage shows the teens running through the produce aisle, picking up apples and throwing them around and ripping open bags of chips and tossing the contents around the store.

The teens could face various charges, including disorderly conduct, criminal mischief and rioting.

Bevens said his department wants to make an example of the teens to stem a growing problem. There have been a number of flash mob scenes in the Portland area in recent months, including an April incident at Nordstrom in the Lloyd Center.

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Black Mobs Terrorize One Of ‘Whitest Big Cities’

Black Mobs Terrorize One Of ‘Whitest Big Cities’ – WorldNetDaily

It has been called one of America’s “whitest big cities” – with 66 percent of residents describing themselves as non-Hispanic white in the 2010 census – but it is not immune to black-mob attacks on a pregnant woman, veterans, the elderly, young people, homosexuals, Asians and others.

Seattle has “fewer problems with racism than other cities,” said the blog So Seattle. “Ethnic tensions… seem less tangible.”

While Seattle may not have the day-in, day-out racial violence of a Chicago, or the peculiar racial lawlessness of small-town Peoria, more and more, people are paying attention to the increasingly visible and brutish mayhem black mobs are visiting on their victims.

In 2010, 17-year-old Jessica Redmon-Beckstead – who was pregnant at the time – was riding the bus with her boyfriend when five black women taunted, attacked, kicked, punched and robbed her.

The assailants were laughing the whole time. One even complained about a broken fingernail.

“My girlfriend’s pregnant!” shouted the boyfriend as they punched her and kicked him in the face.

One woman yelled, “We didn’t hit her in the stomach!”

Her retort got a few laughs – and then the violence resumed.

The attack was caught on video and posted by the Seattle Times.

According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the suspects were all riding the bus with free passes from Seattle Public Schools. Within a few weeks, all five were arrested, charged and convicted.

The baby was born healthy.

The day after the attack, King County Sheriff Sue Rahr assured citizens of Seattle this hyper-violent episode was an “isolated incident and could have happened anywhere.”

At least part of Rahr’s statement was correct: It could happen anywhere. And often does.

But it is far from isolated, as even the local TV news reporters discovered. Bus rider Gil Costello told the local Fox affiliate, KCPQ, violence on the bus “happens all the time. They just never report it.”

The Fox station reported a few months before that a disabled man was ”terrorized” on a bus then punched in the face and knocked out.

Just months ago, an Iraq war veteran in a suburb of Seattle was riding a bus when he confronted several black passengers who were using foul language – including the “N” word.

They attacked him. The Marine veteran fought back and drove them off the bus. The incident was captured on video. The shaken suspects were last seen quickly leaving the bus. No arrests were made.

Last summer, aspiring rapper Ondrell Harding beat a man to death in the man’s home. At least five people saw it: the victim’s wife and preteen son and a few of Harding’s friends.

The district attorney did not file charges because he was unable to determine who started the altercation.

Four months later, Harding and five of his friends beat up another man at a bus stop. They told police the single victim attacked them. This time, the district attorney filed charges and convicted him. Harding received a three-month sentence.

Kaegan Hamilton, a writer for the Seattle Weekly, knew Harding as the rapper called “Doe Boy.”

Far from repentant, Harding has bragged about his exploits in rap songs posted on his MySpace page.

“When you look me in my eyes you see a coldblooded killer,” he sings in one verse. Another track has the ominous title “I Will Kill a Man.”

Also, there were about 20 black people who participated – or stood by and did nothing – in a beating at the Seattle Metro Bus terminal – all under the gaze of one video camera and three security guards. The recording revealed a lot of kicking and shouting.

In yet another recent incident, at least three black men stood outside a Denny’s restaurant in May 2012. While one worked the video and the other narrated, the third broke into the restaurant after he was denied entrance, causing extensive damage in the process.

In another case just last year, lesbian community activist and artist Kayla Stone was assaulted by a crowd of black and Hispanic people who taunted her with anti-gay slurs. The following night, they beat her up.

Almost as sensational as the black mob beating up a pregnant teenager is the case of the Seattle teenager who last summer was assaulted and tortured for several hours because he was white and his attackers believed the victim’s ancestors were to blame for slavery.

The victim told KOMO news: “They started bringing up the past – like slavery – being like, white people did this,” Shane said.

The attackers stripped off McClellan’s belt and started whipping his back.

“They said, ‘This is for what your people did to our people.’ They were like whipping me with my belt, my studded belt,” Shane recounted.

“They’re like, ‘Aw, white boy, what are you doing? You can’t hang out this late. What are you doing around here?’ They’re like, ‘White boy has no belonging – being out here at 2 a.m.’”

Shane added, “They targeted me for being white, and they made it very clear that’s why they were assaulting me.”

The victim’s father said the attack was nothing short of hours of torture.

“Put a gun to the back of his head and told him if he said anything they were going to blow his head off while they sat there and burned him with cigarettes on the back of the neck,” he said.

Both were arrested, convicted and sentenced – one to seven years, the other to five years and nine months. One was black, and the other was Asian. They said they were sorry.

No report of racial violence and lawlessness in Seattle can be considered complete without a mention of the biggest and nastiest bit of racial business in the history of that town. It’s an event that echoes today: the Seattle Mardi Gras Riot of 2001, where, for three-and-half hours, tens of thousands of people watched helplessly, and police stood by quietly as a race riot broke out.

The horrific riot became the subject of a Wikipedia page:

There were reports of widespread brawling, vandalism, and weapons being brandished. Damage to local businesses exceeded $100,000.

Much of the violence was perpetrated by black men against white revelers, and about 70 people were reported injured. Several women were sexually assaulted. One person, Kris Kime, died of injuries sustained during an attempt to assist a woman being brutalized.

The Seattle News Weekly reported:

For the millions who saw the photos or video, those images burned into the retina: gangs of feral youth beating, kicking, and pummeling male and female victims.

In almost all of the violent images of that night on TV and in the daily news- papers, the attackers were black and the victims were white. Thanks to our local media, this is the idea of the 2001 Mardi Gras riots that most people carry with them. The poster victim of Fat Tuesday, Kris Kime, was also white, and police now say the suspects in his murder are black. The fallout from all this is that many people assume the attacks were racially motivated.

Whatever the “fallout,” the one person convicted of murder that night, Jerell Thomas, served eight years before getting out on a technicality. Within a few months, he was back in prison for assaulting his girlfriend.

Today, people make videos of the site, which includes a memorial plaque.

For all the visible violence in Seattle, city officials are adamant that their town is safe.

Just look at the statistics, they argue.

That didn’t make sense to Nihan Thai, who was recently robbed and assaulted.

He soon discovered that nearly everyone else in his neighborhood had been attacked as well.

Earlier this year, he talked to KING-TV about the crime. He was walking home from the light rail station, he recalled: “I was literally ten steps away from the house. And I felt a hit on my right face and another hit on the back of my neck and on my lower back, and so as I was falling forward I felt hands grabbing my jacket and my bag.”

Two months later, not far from where Thai was attacked, another man was grabbed from behind, robbed and beaten. His name was Danny Vega, and he died.

Thai, like Vega, is Asian and openly gay. Before he died, Vega told police “he’d been attacked by three African-American males, all around 18 years of age,” according to the Post-Intelligencer. It was the 10th such attack in that area in two months, all near the corner of Martin Luther King Way and Othello Street.

All of the suspects in all of the crimes are black.

Police released a video of three black men who are “persons of interest.”

KING-TV reported:

“Thai started visiting his neighbors, they had a lot to say, and soon he realized he was doing his own crime survey. Thai knocked on 49 doors. Thirty-two people were home. How many of them had been victims of a crime since moving to the neighborhood? All but three.

Many victims told Thai they’d never reported the crimes to police.

“It happens to them so often that after two or three times they stopped reporting because they didn’t see any progress,” said Thai.

Thai’s survey was unscientific, but it did cause residents to raise the question of whether crime is going unreported in the south end.

Vega’s neighbors had a meeting soon after his death to discuss “this violence and how do we actually get to the root of it,” said Connie Burk of the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse to KCPQ-TV. “And how do we actually change the conditions that allow this happen.”

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