Skip to comments.Louisville police: 17 downtown mob incidents Saturday
Posted on 03/25/2014 3:44:52 PM PDT by Gasshog
Ten years ago, the media in Louisville, Ky., could have gotten away with reporting this weekends events this way: A group of 10 roving teens got into a fight with two girls then it happened a few more times over two hours.
But now, less than 24 hours after a mob of 30 black people roamed through the citys downtown Saturday, beating, laughing, destroying property, sending three seriously hurt people to the hospital and walking away laughing, outraged citizens in Louisville are asking two questions: Why is black mob violence such a problem? And when is local media going to start telling the truth about it?
Samantha Craven saw one of the attacks: I seriously just witnessed a man get beat (almost) to death on Broadway right by 4th street live, she wrote at the WAVE-TV News site. He was jumped by AT LEAST 30 kids!! There was blood everywhere. This is the craziest s Ive ever seen in my life! Im shaking. I wanna cry.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/03/roving-black-mobs-too-many-to-ignore/#5TLimg1BhZSz1OKA.99
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
If the 30 aholes were WHITE, the networks would be ALL OVER IT. You KNOW that.
If it was planned on social media this could have been stopped. Next time a group with a bunch of guns should follow the media and do a civilian defense operation and stop this nonsense.
One or two bodies hitting the floor would stop this cold.
Agree. If police cannot protect the people, pele will have to fight back.
Apparently, this story must have failed to be captured by the vice-like vigilance of our National News Media-Cretins.
Or Maybe you need 400-500 savage yutes to make it wreally newsworthy huh huh huh.
“30” is another misrepresentation
It was at least a couple of hundred.
What will eventually happen, is that the group getting beat up IS going to fight back, and when the police arrive to put them down, it’s going to get very ugly.
The local governments, the media, and the police are playing a game here that they cannot win. When the pent up anger is released, it is going to be very very ugly.
Pendulums don’t swing back to straight down.
From a local news outlet...
Are you telling me that the media got it WRONG!??!
I am shocked...just SHOCKED, really, really SHOCKED!
Two magazine changes...
Too bad at least one of them wasn't "armed " for self-protection
and then let that go out on the social media with a 'perp' pleading for his life !!
That would end it ! ..as well as racial entitlement .
Gun control is Political Correctness equalizing social stigma, and making the rest of us "VICTIMS " !!
Juvies go to juvie hall where they watch tv, sit around and laugh about their bad behaviors and learn even more bad behaviors and it's rinse and repeat until they're old enough to go to the Big House. It's time to get tough. It's time to stop coddling hoodlums. I'd like to see a judge start shipping them off to the local feedlots and let's see what getting up at 3am to shovel cow poop all day for 60 days does to their perspective about their own place in life.
The Louisville local stories have some other info. I would have posted a different article but noticed it was “Gannet”.
The main group (peaceful) met at Waterfront Park, about 200 of them and they split up into bands (violent) some people were injured very badly.
Yeah, I put some of the local news stories up on some other threads.
200 “youths” involved. Basically a moving riot that started at the Big Four pedestrian bridge, crossed the downtown business district and sputtered out at the corner where the Federal Courthouse sits.
Two arrests. Mayor and PD say it’s an abnomality but there are stories going back to 2011 about LMPD cooking crime numbers on the area to make it appear “safe”. I’ll post the links later ...
Well, hell I searched Louisville and teen what good is search if it doesn’t work worth a flip? I hate to double-post.
Eventually the yutes will come across the wrong guy and get shot dead.
THEN we'll hear about it.
Different take on the same story from a different source.
Clue...Don’t search keywords. Search titles and use an uncommon word or two, at the most. Louisville.
When seconds count, the police are just minutes away....
I noticed the other thread also wasn’t posted until today. This story was um... “blacked-out” wasn’t it?