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Monday, May 18, 2015

Another Black Mob Attack in the New York City Subway: They Stripped, Beat, Robbed Black 15-Year-Old of His Valuables and His Pants, and Left Him Unconscious. Might as Well Crucify the Guy. Well, Don’t Give THEM Any Ideas. Yes, THEM.

 

 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thank reader-researcher A.L. for this story.

The attack reportedly was committed at 3:25 p.m. That’s right after school let out, so it’s likely the 15-year-old vic, and possibly the perps, too, just got out of school. (Or they timed the attack, based on school dismissal time.)

I’ve lived in New York City for just under 30 years. The dwindling number of civilized adults in this town have to plan their traveling around the school schedules, because of racist, violent black kids.
 

Jonathan Estrada

I used to work in nearby Ozone Park, with my shift sometimes starting at 4. My commute would bring me through this exact station at this exact time, and it was always unsettling. Hordes of menacing high-school students loitering around with nothing better to do. The whole thing had the charged atmosphere of a prison yard, like anything could go down at any second. Which I suppose is appropriate, since inner city high schools are feeders for the prison system as much as anything else. Eventually they increased police presence at the station to shoo kids along and keep them under control. But all that seems to be coming undone under the regressive reign of DeBlasio. There are parts of this city which I will no longer visit under any circumstances. (Which is a shame, because those are some of the areas where all of the hip young transplants are trying to settle.)
 

Victim beaten and robbed of pants on subway platform
Posted: May 15, 2015 10:55 P.M. EST
Updated: May 15, 2015 11:03 P.M. EST
By Luke Funk
New York (MYFOXNY) –

A man [sic] was attacked by at least five people and left pantless on a Brooklyn subway platform on Friday.

The NYPD says it happened at about 3:25 p.m. The victim was on an "L" train at the Broadway Junction station when he was attacked.

The attack continued on the train to the Atlantic Avenue station where it spilled out onto the platform.

Police say the man continued to be beaten. In a short video clip that was posted on social media, the man appeared to be unconscious and dragged back toward the train by one of the attackers.

The attackers then stole his pants, shoes, and phone and then ran off.

The victim was taken to Brookdale Hospital where he was being treated for various injuries.

Police say there have been no arrests and the investigation continues.

Community activist Tony Herbert says it appears to be part of a growing pattern where gang members will walk up to someone, ask what gang they are in, and then attack.

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