Similar Random Attacks in Ohio

We’re not the only ones who have had trouble with groups of black youths randomly attacking white people. Shaker Heights, OH has the same problem.  #

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  • “We’re not the only ones whohave had trouble with groups of black youths randomly attacking white people”

    I’ve noticed that you have really taken every opportunity that you’ve had to point out how these horrible black youths are attacking white people.

    There are a lot of problems that this area has involving white and black offenders. Problems that we share with other areas as well but I don’t see you blogging about that. What are we going to do about these black youths harming these white people?

    How about being a little more tasteful and ask what are we going to do about these kids with their gang mentalities attacking people rather than white people?

    I do appreciate you perpetuating existing stereotypes about groups of young black kids though. I think we all should be careful anytime we see them around. Damn black kids. Why did we ever allow integration?

  • I’ve noticed that you have really taken every opportunity that you’ve had to point out how these horrible black youths are attacking white people.

    There are a lot of problems that this area has involving white and black offenders.

    What you’re accusing me of doing is writing about news stories on this topic and not writing about things kind of about this topic that aren’t in the news. Thing is, cvillenews.com is a news blog. I write about what’s in the news. So I really can’t help you there.

    How about being a little more tasteful and ask what are we going to do about these kids with their gang mentalities attacking people rather than white people?

    Why would I jump to that conclusion, when the obvious is so much more clearly true? Do these kinds have “gang mentalities”? I don’t know — only a few of them have ever been arrested, and if they were ever accused of being a part of a violent gang, that’s news to me. Is it an economic problem, one of poor kids attacking rich people? There’s certainly been no evidence to that end. On the other hand, in the 2002 spate of attacks the kids confessed that they were seeking out non-blacks to attack.

    Can you imagine if this was a gang of white kids tracking down and assaulting blacks? Would that be a story that I should report as a gang problem, without a mention of race? Or would it make more sense to acknowledge the fundamental truth of the conflict?

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