Stuff Black People Don’t Like
July 12, 2014
You might recall the story of 50+ black people declaring war on Sam Walton’s creation just so they could “see how much damage they could cause.” [Report: Macon Wal-Mart mob wanted to see how much damage it could do, Macon.com, June 29, 2015]:
Surveillance video of a wee-hours ruckus at a Macon Wal-Mart on Sunday shows a teenager race inside flashing gang signs ahead of a mob of four dozen or so people who burst in and smashed merchandise.
The commotion, which caused an estimated $2,000 in damage, appears to have been planned.
Some in the crowd also snatched a man, apparently a shopper at the Zebulon Road store, from a motorized shopping cart and dragged him to the floor, Bibb County sheriff’s officials said Monday.
The vandals, said to number between 40 and 50, sprinted down the store’s main aisle about 1:50 a.m. Sunday, “destroying merchandise displays and items,” a sheriff’s deputy’s report of the incident noted.
Floors in parts of the store were “coated with broken merchandise,” the report added. “The length of the store from front to rear was lined with items which had been shattered, destroyed, turned over and thrown about.”
When sheriff’s deputies got there, the crowd “began to flee into many different vehicles and leave the scene,” the report said.
The store, next to Lowe’s, is just east of Interstate 475 in one of the area’s most frequented shopping districts.
The teenager seen leading the rushing horde of young men and women told a Wal-Mart employee “that this was a planned event … to see how much damage they could cause,” the sheriff’s report said.
The teen, identified as 17-year-old Kharron Nathan Green, of Ashton Drive in northwest Bibb County, was arrested when he returned to the store to retrieve his cellphone.
Come on, Kharron: you’ve got to always be cognizant of where your personal effects are when you engage in a mob assault on a Wal-Mart!
But don’t worry, the local representatives of Organized Blackness know exactly where those black participants in the assault on the Wal-Mart shouldn’t be held… [Bibb NAACP asking for release, reduced charges for Walmart suspects, 13WMAZ.com, July 10, 2015]:
The Macon-Bibb County Branch of the NAACP says the charges against five people arrested for vandalism at a Macon Walmart are too severe.
Gwenette Westbrooks, president of the organization, said the parents of the suspects reached out to her asking for help.
The five are charged with felonies including rioting, damage to property, and street gang activity. They all remain in jail.
“Their bonds are too high, and we’re asking for their bonds to be reduced and we’re asking for them to be released, they’re not being treated fairly,” Westbrooks said.
“It’s not gang-related,” Westbrooks added. “Just because more than three people are together doesn’t mean they’re in a gang.”
Westbrooks said she has talked to District Attorney David Cooke, but she’s not satisfied with the conversation they had.
Cooke issued a statement on the case Wednesday.
“I take both public safety and any decision to indict under the gang statute very seriously,” Cooke stated in an e-mail. “We will take as much time as necessary to identify the suspects and determine what charges are appropriate in each case. I can assure you that as we move forward, I will review all of the evidence and make sure any charges that are brought will be based solely on that evidence.
Decisions about whether gang charges will be brought against anyone will be made after a careful review of the evidence.”
Wesbrooks says, “These were just young kids, I’m looking at it as a prank which it should not have happened but it did happen but these type of charges is not acceptable.”
The only type of charge that would be acceptable to the NAACP obviously are no charges. And you wonder why majority black areas are food deserts…
In a sane world, public executions for this brazen anti-social behavior for both the participants in the assault on Wal-Mart and their parents would be the order of the day; in Black-Run America (BRA), the odds are tragically high the charges will be reduced.