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Friday, December 14, 2007

Baltimore: Blacks Repeatedly Attack Whites, But It's Not A Hate Crime



No, hate is not suspected in either of these two incidents. So, what was the reason for these beatings?


BALTIMORE -- Maryland Transit Administration officials are investigating a second reported assault on a bus in the last week.

Patrick Green and Robert Rothe told WBAL TV 11 News that they were antagonized and attacked after boarding the No. 64 bus late Monday night in south Baltimore.

The men, who are white, said the attackers yelled racial slurs and that no one on board, including the driver, stepped in to stop the attack. MTA surveillance cameras captured four men boarding the bus at the Hanover Street stop Monday night, moments before Green and Rothe got on.

Green and Rothe said they believe other passengers were afraid to help and that the driver refused to call for help.

"We were saying the whole time to the driver, 'You need to help us, call the police,'" Green told 11 News reporter Kerry Cavanaugh. "He said, 'I can't. I'll get in trouble.'"

Roth said the driver closed the door and drove away, even though the attack continued once they got off the bus.

"We could've been left on the side of the road, dead," Rothe said.


MTA officials said the driver of the bus is currently not operating a vehicle while the incident is being investigated.

MTA officials said they're not currently classifying the incident as a hate crime. They said they're simply calling it a common assault.

Green and Rothe said they're mad it took MTA officials three days to release photos of the suspects.

Anyone with information is asked to call MTA police at 410-454-7720.

In a similar incident, Sarah Kreager said she suffered broken facial bones and other injuries after she was punched, kicked and dragged off a bus Dec. 4. Kreager's companion, Troy Ellis, was also attacked, but not beaten as severely.

That incident is still under investigation.

Stay with WBALTV.com and WBAL TV 11 News for updates.

Previous Stories:


December 8, 2007: Bus Beating Victim Denies Provoking Students
December 7, 2007:
MTA Police: Attack On Bus Not Hate Crime
December 5, 2007:
Woman Assaulted By 9 Teens On Transit Bus


Anyone with any information is asked to call MTA police at 410-454-7720.

I say, call the MTA and tell them that when a beating is accompanied by racial slurs it is clearly a hate crime. What more is there to ponder?

If these beatings are not hate crimes, then there are no hate crimes, and hate crime laws ought to be taken off the books.
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3 Comments:

Blogger Epaminondas said...

And let's not forget THIS either

Why did the driver fail to engage police?
No matter HOW it started, THAT would be an act of hate to INVESTIGATE at the very least.

Too bad there is no advocate for this that is not from Dukeland.

Friday, December 14, 2007 10:59:00 am  
Blogger Reliapundit said...

IN A POSTMODERN LEFTIST WORLD, WHITES WHO DEFEND THEMSELVES AGAINST ATTACKS BECAUSE OF THEIR RACE
ARE CALLED RACISTS, NOT VICTIMS.

WHITEY ALWAYS GETS WHAT HE DESERVES - IF IT'S BAD.

Friday, December 14, 2007 11:20:00 pm  
Blogger Epaminondas said...

reliapundit...let's get the frigging offenders and be color blind to it.

I REALLY DON'T CARE about color.

I just DON'T GIVE A SHIT.

Get these freaks, and put'em away. Put the bus driver to the wall and if he didn't get the cops because of RACE ..it's a friggin' hate crime.

And if someone hangs a noose on a black prof's door, SAME STORY.

Isn't it all enough already?

It's all the SAME THING. One and the same.
SICK OF IT.

Saturday, December 15, 2007 1:20:00 pm  

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