Another black-on-white mob attack took place last Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011. Four days later, however, the police still insist that the motive was “unclear”!
CBS Denver reports, Sept. 15, 2011, that “a large group of violent teenagers,” described by eyewitnesses as “black or Hispanic,” attacked four white men in Denver, Colorado.
Denver police say the attackers were 10 to 15 young people, both male and female. The four white victims were standing on the 16th Street Mall at about 10:45 p.m. on Sunday when they were approached by the group. After a conversation, the group turned violent and they attacked the men.
Two of the four victims left the scene before they could be questioned. The Denver Post reported that two of the victims suffered minor injuries.
Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson said: “It’s really unclear as to what their motivation was — why such a large group of young people came together and assaulted these individuals. We’re not going to dismiss anything in this case because we don’t know.”
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We all know full well that if it had been a white mob attacking blacks, both the media and police instantly would label it a “hate crime.” I suppose we should at least be grateful that the media didn’t call this by that innocuous euphemism of “flash mob”.