The typical response of a relative of a victim of black-on-white savagery: “There was no reason to do this” (implying that in most cases there is a reason).
Cicero at The Big Lie on Parade (“A daily roundup of the continuing and ever increasing intifada of black on white crime”) reports (slightly edited):
A teenaged white kid in Detroit was jumped and beaten half to death by a bunch of “guys.” Only when one of the savages had the tiniest shred of humanity left and said to stop or they would kill him did the attack cease. It was around this time that the victim passed out. His injuries were extensive and some will last the rest of his life. Including vision that may be permanently lost in one eye. The kid’s father still doesn’t seem to get it. He says, “There’s no reason to do this. He doesn’t have people after him. He doesn’t fight with people.”
Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 26, 2012 02:02 PM | Send