Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Baltimore Mayor denounces knockout game,but refuses to admit what it is




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Hate CrimesBaltimore mayor denounces knockout game, but refuses to admit what it is.

Baltimore is seeing an epidemic of racially motivated black on white mob attacks. The local media is censoring everything. The race of the attackers and the victims is censored in every story. The media insults the victims by downplaying the attacks as “a game.”
Now the media is reporting that Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is speaking out against the attacks. This is not true. The mayor is refuses to even say what the attacks are. She is simply repeating the politically correct media euphemisms.
After two recent “knockout games” left several people in Baltimore injured, the city’s mayor has decided to speak out.
WNEW Annapolis Bureau Chief Karen Adams reports that Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is disgusted by the attacks and says they are not a game.
“They don’t understand the consequences,” Rawlings-Blake said. “If you knock someone out, you could think its a joke and you’ll hurt somebody – that person could die. And then your life is ruined for some stupidity that you and your friends think is fun. It’s just not worth it.”
Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday that adults in the city can help to prevent these crimes by being more involved in the lives of children who may be roaming the streets.
This comes days after two incidents that police believe are connected to the knockout game, which involves a group of people trying to knock someone out with a single punch.
This past weekend, a Texas man in town for his college orientation was reportedly punched in the head outside the Baltimore Harbor Hotel by a group of youths. Last week, two brothers claimed they chased down a group of about 20 kids after being punched. Police say a 16-year-old boy was later arrested.

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