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Skip to comments.SEE IT: New Jersey woman savagely beaten in front of 2-year-old child as crowd watches
Posted on 06/27/2014 12:42:06 PM PDT by EveningStar
A brutal video was captured of an assault Tuesday night in Salem. Police said Latia Harris, 25, allegedly attacked a woman for spreading rumors about her. A crowd of bystanders watched, but the only one who tried to stop the attack was the victim's 2-year-old son.
Someone is getting savagely beaten in front of her small child? Quick, grab your phone!
The dozen people who witnessed an attack a New Jersey police chief labeled "physically sickening to watch" did not try to stop Tuesday's assault in Salem or use their phones to call police. Instead, they stood by and make sure they recorded it.
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Maybe they just thought it was another knockout game. The video doesn’t focus on the spectators, but most of them seem to be black, like the perp.
The concept of “common decency” doesn’t seem to have occurred to any of the bystanders...
This was covered pretty well yesterday. The Harris thing is also a muzzie! Wonder if she’s been caught yet? She didn’t show up for work, and her place was vacant.
Lots of sick despicable people in the world..
Wonder how many of these morons would want to sue the Police for not getting there to stop this if it was one of their family members?
Black on white. No biggie. Move along....................
2. EVERYONE is afraid of black people, including blacks!
#1 explains the attack and #1+#2 explains why everyone just stood and watched.
Wild gueess: The perp was black and the bystanders were predominantly black.
Victim looks part black.
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