UPDATE (May 20):
Two 18-year-old black men have been arrested in connection with the attack on Sgt. Aparico. Go to my post on this, here!
UPDATE (May 16):
We now have the name of the soldier victim. He is Sgt. Johnny Aparico. I can’t find his photo but Aparico is a Latin name.
Winters & Yonker, a local law firm in Tampa, is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the four attackers.
He’s a 24-year-old U.S. Army soldier of undetermined race. He is assigned to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, and has been there for less than a month.
WTSP Channel 10 in Tampa, Florida, reports that on Sunday (May 13) morning, at around 3 a.m., the soldier’s car broke down a few miles from home along Westshore Blvd. So he got out of his car and started walking home, using Iowa St. to get from Westshore to Dale Mabry.
A neighbor’s motion-activated security camera caught sight of the solder at the intersection of Iowa and Renellie Dr.
A group of three young men was walking ahead of the soldier. One of the men doubled back and asked the soldier for a dollar.
When the soldier reached for his wallet, the black punk throws a sucker punch so hard that the soldier is knocked onto the ground. The other two men join in, punching and kicking the soldier. A fourth man — whom the soldier had walked past earlier — comes sprinting into view from the left edge of the video and joins in the beating.
The savage attack by the feral gang of four took only 40 seconds.
The savages then leave, with the soldier’s wallet and cell phone. The soldier eventually got to his feet and, since he’s been robbed of his cell phone, had to knock on doors to find someone to help him call 911.
The soldier described three of his attackers as young black men, and the fourth as “perhaps” Hispanic.
Our streets are no longer safe. We walk the streets at our peril.
American society is breeding men who are worse than wild animals.