Skip to comments.Man Beaten to Death at Texas Amtrak Station
Posted on 07/07/2014 8:28:27 AM PDT by Rusty0604
An unidentified man was killed Thursday night in San Antonio while waiting to board an Amtrak train to Houston. He was allegedly beaten to death by a large man who witnesses observed stating, I just like killing someone.
The victim was a white male in his mid-fifties who weighed about 150 pounds, according to an Amtrack employee who spoke with Breitbart Texas on condition of anonymity. The alleged assailant was described as a black male weighing approximately 350 pounds.
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Nothing to see here. This is not a hate crime. Move along now and pay your taxes.
I don’t feel a flicker of surprise anymore at these black-on-white hate crimes.
And this is the reason why one should always carry the biggest, heaviest weapon with the largest most lethal bear killer round one can reasonably carry and withstand.
The object being to create a wound cavity that is so massive and instantly creates a dramatic lowered (non existent) blood pressure that puts the aggressor into terminal shock.
Amtrack policies on carrying a firearm are roughly equivalent to air travel. More carnage in a victim disarmament zone.
Obviously no hate crime arrest because hate crime laws were created explicitly to criminalize everything a White says or does, or doesn’t say or doesn’t do, and to set free non-Whites who physically assault Whites.
Then obey their rules and you may die.
Plantation slavery: Worst. Idea. Ever.
The man was beaten to death by punches - in front of witnesses. What’s wrong with these witnesses?
He did it for Travon.
My thought exactly. This piece of work would have been heading out feet first if I was there.
We will never overcome bringing them to these shores.
Better than that , I avoid places that do not legally allow me the means of defending myself.
Our local Amtrak station reminds me of a bus station from the 1960s. I see no security or scanners. Not sure why someone could not carry on Amtrak.
What a horrible way to die. Just attacked by a coward who wouldn’t find someone his own size, and beaten to death.
No reason, the coward just felt like it.
Things are really bad
That’s what I wonder. Someone.
He weighs 350 pounds.
That’s logical. Your insurance agent appreciates your efforts to stay alive. You deserve an attaboy!
The best excuse for carrying a weapon. Don’t care whether it’s concealed or out in the open. When someone decides to attack another person, male or female, that person has every right to shoot to kill. Oh, I’m quite sure that there will be states that will arrest and convict the owner of the weapon, for killing some one that attacked them. But their defense would be; “I’D RATHER BE JUDGED BY TWELVE, THAN BE CARRIED BY SIX”.
black on white murder, while a black crowd watched I bet
Note to self: avoid mass transportation at at costs.
350lbs? Take out one of his legs and he’s cut down to size. But don’t kick him in the head - that’s a felony.
Thanks. I have been keeping State Farm in business for many years.
Yup. We should have picked our own danged cotton.
The witnesses were unarmed and apparently unwilling to take on a 350lb mad man.
No names, No face pics, No live action film, No Nothin?
Used to ride Amtrak a lot. Unless they’ve changed their policies, there is nothing resembling a search of passengers or their carryon luggage.
Man Arrested in Deadly Train Beating
21-year-old Michael Fobbs of Cibolo is facing a murder charge, accused of beating a stranger to death at the Amtrak station east of downtown.
Police says it happened just before 11 last Thursday night, and witnesses say they saw Fobbs pacing back and forth in the waiting area before suddenly attacking a 56-year-old man sitting on a bench.
Fobbs told police he felt threatened by the man on the bench, but admitted the man had done nothing to make him feel that way.
The victim’s name hasn’t been released yet since his family still hasn’t been notified.
.380 beats 350 every time.
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