Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video North Portland neighbors: Teens attacking, assaulting us Police reports have been filed dmtbka African american mob crime violence punch kick beat up black dysfunction destroying damage burn down city neighborhood cops shortage due to not letting them enforce the laws greatest lie of our generation the myth of black victimization Fellas Terrorizing N. Portland Neighborhood Organizers Making Timeline In Meeting
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Some North Portland neighbors are fed up with what they say is a group of teens terrorizing the community through home and car break-ins to assaults.
Neighbors who spoke with KOIN 6 News said they don’t feel safe and have organized a community meeting to share information and come up with a plan.
Organizers of that meeting said crime began ramping up in the St. Johns neighborhood in September. One resident named Stephanie shared a video she took at the Diamond Nails Salon where, she said, a group of teens got violent with employees as they left the salon without paying.
“They were very violent and scary with them and one of the people who work there actually got hurt,” Stephanie said. “You can tell they are very dangerous and aggressive. They had no empathy for the owner.”
Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video - Palo Alto Airbnb owner robbed twice after crashing party in his own rental black mob violence crime robbery assault attack knockout game ruin everything community dysfunction
PALO ALTO, Calif. (KGO) -- Police in Palo Alto are asking for the public's help as they try to track down a group of suspects who robbed a man two times in his own Airbnb rental.
Around midnight, the owner of the home showed up to the house, when he received a notification that his smoke alarm had been activated.
Police say he was surprised to see a party when he rented his home to only two people.
"He's going from room to room, trying to get people to leave. He's in a bedroom and he's approached by two male suspects. They push him to the ground, they take his wallet and they also take his cell phone," said Janine De la Vega, the public affairs manager for the Palo Alto Police Department.
Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids angry commentary news video on black teen mob gang gun violence crime fights attacks chaos in black community neighborhood swimming pools water parks recreational center life guard attacked assaulted. The drained and closed it in Philadelphia. ruin everything dmtbka
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video mob violence chaos at July 4th community celebration shows ruined"12 people arrested for fighting during Romulus fireworks event" dmtbka
During the event, a large group of juveniles and young adults began arguing, causing multiple fist fights to break out, according to Romulus police.
There were no weapons used in the assaults and no reported injuries. Police say OC spray was used on one subject involved in a fight who began resisting and assaulting officers.
This kind of behavior will not be allowed, nor tolerated at City of Romulus events. The Romulus Police Department is dedicated to providing safe family oriented events for the citizens, families and friends of the City of Romulus to enjoy.
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Woman: Cypress restaurant said 'Black students from Prairie View don't tip', GM denies claim" dmtbka falsely accused "A family protests, saying racism, after they were told to leave a Fort Mill restaurant
CYPRESS, Texas - A Waller woman said she was kicked out of a Cypress restaurant because of her race, but the restaurant’s manager said race had nothing to do with it.
A family who was told to leave Captain Steve’s Family Seafood Restaurant without being served isn’t buying the restaurant’s account of what happened. The restaurant isn’t buying the family’s claim that racism had something to do with it.
Both the family members of a dining party and the restaurant agree that on June 1 the hostess was told 16 diners would be there, then the number rose to 18. Both agree restaurant staff told the party they couldn‘t be seated until everyone was there, per policy as noted on the large sign above the host counter.
The family, who are African-American, say staff members were rude after setting up for 18 guests and the number of diners went back to 16. Family members say it was the restaurant’s unwillingness to seat them that led to the commotion, eventually resulting in owner Steve Mantekas asking the party to leave.
“We’re absolutely mad because we were treated wrongly,” said diner Sylvia Blair, whose husband Carl was there to celebrate his 72nd birthday.
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "Canada Goose Coat Robberies: Suspects Forcing Victims To Give Up Luxury Winter Jackets" dmtbka black crimes in Chicago steal coats at gunpoint
CHICAGO (CBS) — A trendy, and expensive, winter fashion is becoming the target of armed robbers in Chicago: Canada Goose coats.
At least six times in just eight days, offenders have confronted victims and forced them to turn over their jackets. In each case, the victims were robbed at gunpoint, police say.
Canada Goose coats retail from around $500 to $1,200 on the company’s website.
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry) Commentary News Video "“It’s Bedlam” | Neighbors Concerned About Series Of Fights Outside Tiki Lee’s Bar In Sparrows Point"
Eight "people" terrorize a new club with beatings in and out of the club. Victims are white. Only one person in Baltimore does not know what the perps looked like: the reporter. dmtbka knockout game
The fighting started inside the bar before security escorted the men out, but it didn’t stop there and several victims were hospitalized, police said.
“As this group was leaving, they were randomly assaulting people that were on their way into the bar,” said Baltimore county Police Officer Jen Peach.
Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Teen arrested following fights at Marina Auto Stadium" Chocolate School Football Games - Argy Bargy, Large fights, Riots, Chaos, Mayhem, Attacks Even During the Day
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - Update:
A Rochester teen walked into Strong Memorial Hospital with at least one cut wound to his upper body on Saturday. Police say the 17-year-old's injury may have been sustained at the Marina Auto Stadium.
With regards to the fights in the surrounding area after the game ended, two additional arrests were made for a total of three, all for disorderly conduct.
Posted: Sep 15, 2018 06:03 PM EDT
Updated: Sep 16, 2018 07:41 AM EDT
Author Colin Flaherty Podcast Commentary: Large Scale Black Teen Mob Violence Criminality Mayhem Riots Fights Attacks Assaults at Movie Theaters and Malls. Pent up energy causes it. Source http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/harry-potter-causes-large-scale-black-mob-violence/ Date July 11, 2018
Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "White Woman Who Blocked Black Neighbor From Building in Is Fired" "She blocked a black neighbor from entering their St. Louis building. Then she got fired" "Man charged after woman sexually assaulted in East Village elevator"
By Melissa Gomez Oct. 15, 2018
Hilary Brooke Mueller as seen in a video taken by D’Arreion Toles. Mr. Toles, who is black, posted videos showing Ms. Mueller blocking him from entering the building where he lives and then following him to his unit.CreditCreditD'Arreion Toles, via Facebook
By Ray Sanchez, CNN
Updated 3:22 PM ET, Wed October 17, 2018
(CNN)A white woman has been fired after video emerged of her confronting and blocking the entry of a black neighbor at a St. Louis apartment complex.
The woman's employer said in a statement that she was fired after a review of the incident, the station reported.
"The Tribeca-STL family is a minority-owned company that consists of employees and residents from many racial backgrounds," the statement said.
The incident occurred in the woman's private residence and not at a Tribeca-STL property, the statement said.
The episode was the latest involving white people who are captured on video either confronting or calling the police on black people going about their everyday lives, including waiting in Starbucks, working as a home inspector, shopping at Nordstrom Rack, sleeping in an Ivy League dorm common room and barbecuing in a public park.
Last week in New York, a white woman in Brooklyn apologized after video was posted online of her appearing to call New York police to say a 9-year-old black boy grabbed her behind.
By Derick Waller Tuesday, October 09, 2018
EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan (WABC) -- A man is under arrest after a woman was followed into an elevator and sexually assaulted her in Manhattan apartment building.
A keycard is required for gaining access to the lobby, but police said he "piggybacked" on a building resident by walking in after he or she unlocked the door.
The man, believed to be in his 30s, followed the 42-year-old woman into the elevator where he groped and kissed her. She tried to get away, but he pulled her into the stairwell, where he straddled her and choked her. When she screamed, she said he ran off. The victim suffered scratches to her neck and was treated at Bellevue Hospital.
A sign now warns neighbors about what happened, reminding them to be alert.
Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Controversy rises over costumes (Black Face), bananas left in locker room at high school football game" "Allegations of racism at Orange County high school football game underscore broader tension in the Trump era" "Racist threats, Nazi graffiti, Trump feuds: Records reveal racial tension in Orange County schools"
POSTED 11:02 PM, OCTOBER 6, 2018, BY PAUL KISKA
Some fans say some Ashland students were in black face and others dressed as bananas.
A player on the predominantly African-American Mansfield football team was offended and took to social media saying "Racisim and hazing are not cool."
Members of Ashland's Cross Country team also left bananas in Mansfield's locker room.
Ashland's Athletic Director Jason Goings released the following statement on social media, apologizing for the "misunderstanding."
"In response to the events of last night, and any misunderstanding that occurred, concerning the Ashland vs. Mansfield Senior football game we want to offer our sincere apologies once again to the community of Mansfield, the Administration, Coaches, Parents and most of all the players. What we thought was a gesture of kindness was understandably not perceived as so. For quite some time now (upwards of 20 years) our Cross Country team has held Banana Fridays in preparation for their races the next day. Any remaining fruit not consumed by the cross country team was left in the visiting locker room which the Cross Country team uses during the week. Here is a quote from my XC Coach explaining “We leave the box of whatever is left in the locker room each week in hopes that the football team will eat them if they like, so as to hopefully not waste them. I don’t even know who the football team plays week to week” Once alerted to concerns about this incident the administration immediately took action and explained that this was a tradition and there was no malice intended. The administration apologized to as many coaches as we could before kick-off of the game. There was also an allegation that Ashland students were wearing blackface. This is untrue. Our student theme for the game was costume night and there were students dressed in a variety of costumes including various food items. We are rivals on the field of play and that is all. When Ashland plays Mansfield Senior it is always a good game and we win some and they win some. Their players came ready to play last night and that is just a testament to the outstanding coaches and players they have in their program. Their game winning 78 yard drive to win the game last night is just one example of the resiliency of these players. I have deep ties to the Mansfield area being a graduate of Mansfield Senior and served the community there for 16 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator. I am deeply and emotionally tied to the students and faculty of the Mansfield school system and that this gesture by our cross country team has been taken out of context hurts me on a personal level. I have family on the current Senior High football team and want nothing but the best for all of them. There was no intent to send any message other than good sportsmanship. If the act was not perceived as such we again apologize."
By HOWARD BLUME SEP 09, 2018 | 5:50 PM
The fallout over allegations of racism at a recent Orange County high school football game erupted on social media over the weekend, reflecting the broader tension gripping the country in the Trump era.
Posted August 16
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — In May 2017, an assistant principal entered a boys' bathroom at Cedar Ridge High School in Orange County. There, scrawled on the wall, was a threat: "Kill all (racial slur)." He soon found similar graffiti in other bathrooms. Swastikas and slurs littered the walls.
A few months earlier, a Cedar Ridge High teacher heard a student yell "white power!" as they walked to the bus, but she couldn't make out who it was. Back in her classroom, she found a swastika scratched into a desk in her classroom.
Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Business owners concerned after surveillance video shows teens fighting at Warren Italian Fest" " Second shooting in 4 months at VFW 'Too Much'" "Identity of person killed outside American Legion released 1 killed, 2 critical" "Two arrested at Palm Springs VillageFest following robbery and pepper spray incident" "From elite athletes to rioting teens: The colorful history of roller-skating in Delaware"
Posted: Aug 13, 2018 4:15 PM CDT
Updated: Aug 20, 2018 10:28 PM CDT
By Brandon Koziol, Multi-Media Producer
WARREN, Ohio -
New surveillance video from INFI in Warren shows the fight that broke out near where the Italian festival was taking place Sunday.
Four Warren teenagers were arrested and are now facing disorderly conduct charges following the fight that started around 10 p.m. near Courthouse Square.
Businessman Gregg Bartholomew said he saw about 75 kids congregate, then ten to 15 kids began fighting.
By: Rachel Russell
Posted: Jul 29, 2018 02:15 AM EDT
Updated: Jul 31, 2018 08:09 AM EDT
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - 40-year-old Michael Carter was shot to death at an American Legion post on Fort Wayne's east side early Sunday in a shooting that also left two others hurt.
A witness told NewsChannel 15 that Carter was shot in the eye, before being shot multiple times.
Nicole Hayden, Palm Springs Desert Sun Published 8:11 a.m. PT Aug. 10, 2018 | Updated 12:51 p.m. PT Aug. 10, 2018
Palm Springs VillageFest ended with two arrests Thursday night following a robbery and pepper spray incident just before 10 p.m.
Jessica Bies, Delaware News Journal Published 10:13 a.m. ET Sept. 20, 2018 | Updated 3:57 p.m. ET Sept. 20, 2018
The history of roller-skating in Delaware is an unusual one, closely tied to a single family's legacy in the First State and marred by a series of gang fights and brawls at rinks originally built to train world-class athletes how to skate.
It's a hard fall from grace for a facility that once trained champion roller-skaters and has been open for more than 50 years.
Roller-skating rinks nationwide have earned bad reputations, too. As the industry changed and evolved, they came to be considered as places for cheap recreation, versus venues for graceful exercise. Teens would come and hang out unchaperoned, sometimes after having a few drinks.
At the time, Elsmere Police Chief Pat Ramone said Sundays were especially troublesome because people from other nearby states would come to skate and "conflicts would develop." For a time, patrons were even checked for weapons before being allowed inside.
There was also a confrontation at the Elsmere Skate Center involving the infamous Yea Yo Boys gang, charged in the slaying of a Wilmington rap musician in the 1980s. About 150 gang members battled in the parking lot, while as many as 800 spectators watched, according to police reports of the incident.
In 1992, a large fight at the Christiana Skating Center made headlines when police broke up an unruly crowd of about 300 young people, and a teenage girl from Newark was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.