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Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids angry) Commentary News Video "Cambridge restaurant worker brutally attacked while walking home after work" leftist media denial deceit delusion crime violence attack assault steal cell phone bash pound beat in head surgery wired jaw pain
BOSTON - A local man is recovering after he was attacked in a South End park after simply walking home.

For almost two years, Tyson Pickette has walked to his restaurant in Cambridge and back home to his apartment in Boston.

On Friday night, things took a wild turn, when he was attacked by two men and taken to the hospital for an emergency surgery.

Around midnight, Pickette was making his usual stroll back home when he was confronted by two young men in Southwest Corridor Park.

When Pickette didn't give the men what they wanted -- his phone -- he said they held him down on the ground and kicked and punched him in the head and face. Pickette was eventually able to scream loud enough to scare them away before going to get help.

"They were banging on his head," she said. In addition to the blow to his head, Pickette's jaw was broken and will have to be wired shut for almost three more weeks.

Pickette already had one surgery, but the pain is too much to handle.

By: Jason Law Updated: Dec 26, 2018 - 8:11 P

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