Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Yet Another Hate Crime... (Updated)

... involving a black man attacking an elderly white man. From the New Haven Register:

Police arrested a 35-year-old New Haven man on gun charges among others after an allegedly unprovoked attack on a 71-year-old man. 
Jorge DelaPaz was arrested on charges of assault in the third degree of an elderly person, carrying a dangerous weapon, carrying a pistol without a permit, criminal posession of a pistol and interfering with police. 
Police say on Sunday, the elder New Haven man was eating a hamburger in the Goffe Street Park following a Toni Harp mayoral campaign-sponsored event that afternoon when he was approached by DelaPaz. Police say DelaPaz told the elder white male that he shouldn’t be “in his park where young black kids are playing.” When the man refused an order from DelaPaz to pick up a football, DelaPaz punched the man multiple times in the face, knocking him to the ground, police say. Several witnesses supported the victim’s account of the unprovoked attack, police say.
(Underline added).

Update: I went over to Drudge and found stories of two more incidents. The first involves older black children teasing a three-year old white girl until she cries--the 12-year old filming the incident titled his video "When white people piss black people off."

The second was this report from Pittsburgh of black teenage girls that attacked and severely beat a white woman. From the story:
Three teenage girls are facing several charges, including ethnic intimidation, after police said they brutally beat a 32-year-old woman Sunday in Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Investigators said the incident happened around 2 p.m. near the intersection of Concord and Itin streets.
According to police, the girls threw a bottle at the woman’s car, and when she stopped to confront the girls, they attacked her. 
... Officers said the woman was kicked, punched, robbed and left in the middle of the street.  Police said they also called the victim a racial slur.

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