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Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video "Man dies after being attacked by teenagers at Great Frederick Fair
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At around 5:36 p.m., Frederick Counter Sheriff deputies responded to the Great Frederick Fair for the report of a fight in the fairgrounds.
Officials said when deputies arrived, they located a 59-year-old male laying on the ground unconscious. The victim was flown to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore for further treatment.
Officials say criminal investigators were able to identify two juvenile suspects based on accounts from witnesses at the fair.
Deputies confirmed witness accounts stating the person assaulted was the victim of an unprovoked attack.
The two suspects have been arrested and placed in the Department of Juvenile Services.
The first suspect, a 15-year-old male, has been charged with:
First degree assault
Second degree assault
The second suspect, a 16-year-old male, has been charged with second degree assault.
Officials say no weapons were used in the attack. The sheriff's office is currently consulting with the State Attorney's Office to determine additional charges.
The Shock Trauma Center notified the sheriff's office Saturday that the victim had passed away. The cause of death is not known at this time.
Author: Gabriella Patruno
Published: 7:47 PM EDT September 21, 2019
Updated: 7:47 PM EDT September 21, 2019
Colin Flaherty author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry commentary news video "Student sucker punched at Lorain High School, mom wants answers"
LORAIN, Ohio — The video is hard to watch, especially for the victim's mom.
"I got chills, I started to cry, to see my son there so helpless, nobody wanted to help him," said Holly Smith while holding back tears.
The recording shows a student walking up to Smith's son and punching him. We are not identifying either student because they are both minors.
Smith says the school did call her after the incident Friday, but when she picked up no one was on the other line.
She tells News 5 the school never called back or left a message, so she contacted her junior directly.
"The messages weren't clear," she said. "I said you know what son, its OK, I'm going to come to school I'm going to find out what's going on."
When Smith got to Lorain High School she says she couldn't see her son for 45 minutes.
"I'm looking at my son and he's still not looking really, he looked really faint," said Smith.
She immediately rushed him to the hospital where she learned he had a concussion, broken nose and a busted lip.
"The officer came back to me, the principal came back to me and told me that he lost a lot of blood. If you know he lost a lot of blood, it should have been immediate paramedics and it wasn't," she said.
Smith says the school wouldn't press charges until she insisted. The accused attacker is now charged with felonious assault.
Posted: 9:34 PM, Sep 04, 2019 Updated: 9:17 PM, Sep 04, 2019
By: Amanda VanAllen
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Bandaged, bruised and cut up, a woman who was stabbed in a brutal attack that killed her sister talks. Meanwhile, police are zeroing in on the killer, who they identified Thursday morning.
“A full 13 or 14 girls came out from across the street,” stabbing victim Tayshawn Layton said. “You know when new girls come to the block and they just don’t like nobody kind of thing? It’s one of those things. They just don’t like nobody.”
Twenty-three-year-old Shawntae Garrison, a mother of two, died and Layton was seriously wounded with deep cuts to her arm, back and face.
“I didn’t know they had knives, so when they got her off of the girl,” she said, “the girls was slicing me and my face and started slicing my arm. I didn’t notice until I saw a bunch of blood on me.”
By Greg ArgosAugust 22, 2019 at 10:06 pm
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Louisiana State Police say the attacks happened around 11:40 p.m. on June 12 in the 900 block of Bourbon Street. Police say 25-year-old Ray Julien reportedly attacked seven people before officers found him on Chartres Street and had to use a stun gun to take him into custody.
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Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry and the Knockout Game) Commentary News Video "Police looking for man behind 'unprovoked' attack of 70-year-old in Frankford store" black criminality violence assault attack punch out
PHILADELPHIA (FOX 29) - Philadelphia police say they need your help identifying a man accused of assaulting a 70-year-old man.
He appears to linger and police say the store clerks ask him if he needs anything and he does not respond. When Mason puts the gallon of milk on the counter and starts to pay for it, police say the man attacks.
“This man just assaults him with several punches to the head and face,” Northeast Detectives Lt. Dennis Rosenbaum said. “We have to go back and look and see if there was any interaction and obviously this was just an unprovoked attack.”
By Kelly Rule, FOX 29
Posted Apr 15 2019 10:40PM EDT
Video Posted Apr 15 2019 10:40PM EDT
Updated Apr 16 2019 07:03AM EDT
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NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - Three men are wanted by police for vicious assaults and robberies in Sunnyside, Queens.
The group of thugs has struck at least four times.
In the most recent incident, a 45-year-old man was walking to work at about 1:20 a.m. on Mar. 18 when he was slashed multiple times in the head and back by the men before taking his cell phone, wallet and backpack .
In another incident, a 34-year-old man was walking along Greenpoint Ave. and 48th Ave. when the suspects began to yell at him before kicking, punching him and knocking him to the ground. They stole his wallet which contained about $600, an iPhone x and Apple earpods.
By FOX 5 NY STAFF
Posted Mar 21 2019 07:24AM EDT
Video Posted Mar 21 2019 07:09AM EDT
Updated Mar 21 2019 07:46AM EDT
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry and Knockout Game) Commentary News Video "Stranger assaults multiple people unprovoked in Ann Arbor" black male punches white student girl over 15 time picks up chair hits in the back of the head resident in denial deceit delusion about attacks
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Officials with the University of Michigan issued a warning Sunday after two students were attacked Saturday night by a stranger in Ann Arbor.
The first assault happened just before 9 p.m. at the Starbucks located in the 200 block of State Street. Police said a man entered the shop, approached a student who was sitting and struck them in the back of their head with a chair.
The second assault happened at about 10:30 p.m. at West Park. Police said a man approached a woman who was walking through the park and began punching her. She was hit at least 15 times.
According to authorities, both of these encounters were unprovoked and neither victim knew the man who assaulted them.
By Koco McAboy - Reporter, Dane Sager Kelly
Posted: 6:14 PM, February 10, 2019
Updated: 6:14 PM, February 10, 2019
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry and Knockout Game) Commentary News on CCTV of an assault and robbery in the bronx of a apparent hypster riding an electric moped e-bike. He is knocked unconscious from behind by a group of young black men some possibly juvenile teens. we can't understand how this happened because the hallway the group was walking down clearly had a sign that read "Patrolled by NYPD's Operation Clean Halls"
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the Black Kids Angry. White Girl Bleed A Lot and Knockout Game) Commentary News Video "Fort Worth police arrest man who randomly punched woman in the face in downtown Fort Worth" black crime violence assault attack in broad daylight sucker punch ran off laughing repeat offender criminal justice reform
The Collin County mom was walking to her car Sunday afternoon around 4:30 with her two daughters after spending a weekend in downtown Fort Worth when she noticed a man — a stranger — walking toward them.
"For a split second, split second we made eye contact," Leedy said. "I think I looked down, we were talking, and in a split second I just remember someone just in my face, just this rage in my face."
The man punched her in the face in the middle of the afternoon, breaking her nose. A witness told WFAA the man who did it ran away laughing with his tongue hanging out.
Dazed and in total shock, Leedy took a photo minutes after the attack to send to her husband Robert. She can hardly look at the photo now. It shows her bleeding profusely on the streets of downtown Fort Worth.
"I'm furious. Absolutely furious," Robert said. "I think the terminology to use would be cold-cocked or sucker-punched. I mean, basically just preying on a completely unsuspecting innocent victim with little or no warning at all."
Author: Lauren Zakalik, WFAA Staff
Published: 4:51 PM CST January 29, 2019
Updated: 10:21 PM CST January 30, 2019
Colin Flaherty (Author fo don't Make The Black Kids Angry, Knockout Game and White Girl Bleed A Lot) Commentary News Video: "Man attacked, beaten with baseball bat while biking in Midtown Memphis" "Blind man with service dog pushed, threatened on Red Line train" Black hostility violence crime assault attack punch kick beaten bloody
By Janice Broach | November 26, 2018 at 10:11 PM CST - Updated November 27 at 9:08 AM
Memphis police want to find the man who jumped out of a car and severely beat a bike rider with a baseball bat.
"All I know is what a witness told me because I was knocked unconscious,” said Neil Wadlington.
"The witness said a guy got out of a car and hit me with a bat,” Wadlington said.
"I do have some broken bones, got a broken nose and some facial bones that are broken,” Wadlington said.
Wadlington also lost a tooth.
November 26, 2018 9:32 pm
WASHINGTON — Metro Transit police are trying to determined the identity of two suspects, after a blind passenger was pushed and threatened on a Red Line train Monday morning.
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Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Cousins brutally beaten while trick-or-treating in Atlantic County" Christie Ileto Egg Harbor City New Jersey Halloween
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EGG HARBOR CITY, N.J. (WPVI) -- A South Jersey man says he and his teenage cousin were assaulted Wednesday night over a bag of candy while they were trick-or-treating.
Daniel Peterson's face shows the result of the Halloween attack in Egg Harbor City, Atlantic County. He suffered a broken jaw and needed 28 stitches
"I probably got hit in the face 20 times within two seconds," said Peterson.
Peterson says they were approached by a group of teens just a couple of blocks away from their home. Peterson and his cousin Ethan Drey tried to ignore the jeers, but it quickly got violent.
Drey, who has autism, said the attackers were armed with knives, bats, glass bottles, and metal poles.
Peterson recalled the group saying, 'Hit him, hit him, take his candy, get the white boy's candy.'
Drey said the attack was fast. He was knocked unconscious, while Peterson bore the brunt of the beating.
"I thought they killed him. It was so gruesome that if you had been there, you would have thought he would have been dead," said Drey.
The attack itself happened on Arago Street, a dark, side-street near Philadelphia Avenue.
By Christie Ileto
Friday, November 02, 2018 05:15AM
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Colin Flaherty (Author of White Girl Bleed A Lot) Commentary Video "Police: Man punched after game of pool at Queen Village restaurant" "Police Searching For Man Who Punched Female Temple University Student In Face On SEPTA Train" mass transit knockout game. black hostility attacks assaults violence
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QUEEN VILLAGE (WTXF) - Police say a man is recovering after a brutal punch outside a Queen Village restaurant.
The incident happened on October 5. What happened started out as a dispute over pool that turned a little rough with pushing and punches. Police say when the aggressor was kicked out of the restaurant, he waited outside and delivered a brutal punch.
"To lay in wait outside the bar and catch the victim coming out and cold-cock him basically it's not legal," Philadelphia Police Captain Sekou Kinebrew.
The victim suffered injuries to his face and is trying to help police, but investigators say it was a pick-up game of pool and he doesn't know his attacker.
By Cleve BryanOctober 23, 2018 at 6:20 pm
RENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Authorities are searching for a man who punched a female Temple University student in the face on a SEPTA train in Trenton.
Wintemberg says a man seated behind her was looking for information about how soon to get off the train. She gave him a time estimate and reassured him he would know it was time to get off because it was the end of the line.
“And I said this in a very polite tone,” said Wintemberg.
She says the man gave her a long stare and when the train stopped at the Trenton station, he came up and punched her in the face.
“He just wailed on me and he hit pretty hard. In the moments after, I really had no idea what was happening,” she said. “I just felt a lot of blood, a lot of blood.”
Colin Flaherty (Author of Don't Make the black Kids Angry) Commentary "Video shows teenager whacking woman on head outside Marigny home" knockout game, attacks, assaults, sneak punch, crime
Surveillance video captured a teenager approaching a woman outside her Marigny home Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 24) and whacking her on the head. The boy then darted up the street.
Samantha Smith was adjusting Halloween decorations outside her house around 2:50 p.m. in the 900 block of Port Street (map), while on a conference call with co-workers. In the video captured by Smith’s security camera, she was facing away from the street when the youth, whom she described to be between 14 and 17, came up from behind and attacked her.
In the video, Smith’s husband is seen coming out of the house holding a large rifle. Her husband, an avid hunter, recently purchased a new scope for his rifle and was showing it to his friend in the living room at the time of the attack, Smith said.
Smith’s husband’s friend chased the youth up the street, but eventually had to stop the pursuit, Smith said. Smith called police and two officers arrived at her home, she said.
Right after the attack, Smith screamed, causing all of her neighbors to come out to the street to see what had happened, she said.
The teenager, who wore a black jacket with silk-screened roses on it, had asked Smith’s neighbor for money minutes before walking down the street and assaulting Smith, she said.
The incident was the first time she had been personally attacked, Smith said. But groups of teenagers often roam the streets in the Marigny and Bywater areas checking car handles or robbing people, she said.
Updated Oct 26, 10:06 PM; Posted Oct 25
By Olivia Prentzel, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune [email protected]
Author Colin Flaherty Commentary "Video shows burglars combing through Philadelphia family's home" "Mother says MLK High School special education student was attacked at school" "Chaos unfolds after woman pulls knife on pregnant lady, sisters get into fight, cops deploy taser" "Video shows Cobb County officer restrain 12-year-old at Cumberland Mall"
By Christie Ileto
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 11:37AM
PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Not knowing they were being recorded, two men wearing gloves broke into a home in the Graduate Hospital section of Philadelphia in the middle of the day Tuesday.
"They climbed through the window, stepped into the sink, came in and went through our house," said Michael Raphael.
They carefully cased the row home floor by floor. The 14-minute home surveillance video shows the pair making off with electronics, cash and some jewelry.
"It's just the fact we could see them walking around the house, chatting and talking, being oddly careful," said Raphael. "It's invasive. It feels awful."
Residents say that Tuesday's midday burglary is not the first on what is normally considered a safe block.
Theresa Pearsall's home surveillance caught someone stealing items from outside her front door the night before. A block away, a church was also hit.
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PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - A mother wants to know why after she says her son was beat up at MLK High School. The 15-year-old's jaw was broken and had to be wired shut. Police say he may be a victim of the 'Knockout Game'.
"This is his diet for the next 30 to 60 days," his mother said. A protein milkshake is all that Niquan Martin will eat for the foreseeable future. The 15-year-old’s jaw is broken in three places and wired shut after being attacked in the hallway at Martin Luther King High School Friday afternoon.
"Someone came and blindsided him—hit him. He aint’ even know what hit him,” his mother, Nicole Brooks, said.
Niquan’s mother says the attack on her son—who is in special education program—was unprovoked. Police say it may be a case of the 'Knockout Game'.
Author: Donesha Aldridge
Published: 8:37 PM EDT October 16, 2018
Updated: 11:37 PM EDT October 16, 2018
That's where they said two women got into an argument. One of them allegedly pulled out a knife. The other one, Caitlyn Waters - who police say is pregnant - called police.
Published: 5:13 PM EDT October 16, 2018
A 12-year-old rising rap star featured on "Ellen" was detained by a police officer inside the mall for selling CDs - and his family said he was wrongfully targeted by officers. "Corey J." said he was at the Cumberland Mall with family this weekend when
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At least 3 Blacks Knock Drunk White Dude Unconscious and Kick Him On the Ground - Colin Flaherty Commentary Video "Man beaten unconscious near Radford University campus, police say"
By Tommy Lopez - Weekend Anchor / Reporter
Posted: 10:38 AM, August 27, 2018
Updated: 6:06 PM, August 27, 2018
RADFORD, Va. - Radford police said Monday they’re searching for at least four people who they say beat a man unconscious early Sunday morning, a few blocks from the Radford University campus.
Police said video taken during the incident shows the victim lying motionless on the ground. It shows people kicking him, while others try to push them away.
Police said the man was unconscious when they arrived and is in “critical but stable condition” at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
He said the victim looked like he was drunk as he told a group of people that he could beat anyone in a fight. The man said the conversation escalated from there before someone punched the victim.
“One of them walked around and just knocked him straight in the face - from the side, so like from a diagonal angle behind him. He got hit pretty hard and then went down after that,” the man said.
He said people then rushed toward the fight, and 30 to 50 people were in the parking lot.
“From the video you can tell there are people standing around and witnessing this happen,” she said. “Right now (police) are asking any witnesses or any potential suspects to come forward.”
There's a security camera nearby. Employees with leasing company that owns the apartment complex said they’re working with police.
Radford police ask anyone with information to reach out to them by calling Lt. P.J. Rutzinski at 540-267-3207, or through email at [email protected].
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Sioux Empire Fair Carnival Knockout Game Fights Attacks by Black Teens - Colin Flaherty reviews and gives commentary on news with headlines "Investigators Say Video of Teen Fight Doesn't Tell Whole Story"
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By: Brady Mallory Posted: Aug 07, 2018 06:12 PM CDT
Updated: Aug 07, 2018 06:37 PM CDT
SIOUX FALLS, SD - It's caught on camera, but investigators say a video of an attack at the Sioux Empire Fair doesn't tell the whole story. One clip shows what appears to be a teen attacking another person. Another fight, later, shows a teen punching someone else in the head.
KELOLAND News received a few calls about these videos. One caller says someone even posted them on social media for Likes and Shares. Some are saying it looks like it could be part of what's called the Knockout game. CBS This Morning reported on this five years ago. A person sneaks up on a random victim to try to knock them out, typically with a punch. A captain with the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office says, based on the investigation, that's not what happened at the fair. As for other families, they're not letting it ruin their time.
"We have received a report on it. Investigators are already working on it," Capt. Mike Walsh, Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office, said.
Walsh can't say much, but says these videos only show a portion of what happened.
"Our understanding is there was a verbal and physical altercation just prior to that and then the video happens and afterwards law enforcement was contacted," Walsh said.
Walsh says it's not unusual to see fights like that at the fair, but says it's pretty uncommon for them to be a random, unprovoked attack.
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