Black Teens Yelling “Hey White Boy” Pummel White Lifeguard With Rocks in Baltimore
In the wake of the Michael Brown shooting and the riots in Ferguson, there seems to have been a massive increase in hate crimes against white people committed by black people. The latest example comes out of Baltimore, where a white lifeguard was attacked by a mob of black teens yelling “Hey, white boy!”.
Police confirm the suspect arrested for a violent attack Thursday night on a young man in the Otterbein neighborhood near Federal Hill is now a suspect in a similar attack just one night earlier in the same area.
Derek Valcourt talked to the father of the latest victim and has more on the attacks.
Three attacks in less than a week in Federal Hill. We have a first look at the injuries from the most recent attack–and why the victim’s family thinks this might have been a hate crime.
It will take plastic surgery to properly fix the injury suffered by the 25-year-old victim, who asked not to be identified by name. It happened Thursday night when three African-American teenagers attacked him, throwing a rock at his face as he walked down Montgomery Street after leaving his lifeguard job at the nearby Otterbein Swim Club. Police say one of the suspects, 19-year-old Sidney Joyner, tried to stab him with a pocket knife; the victim dodged the blade. […]
The victim’s father also questions why Joyner wasn’t charged with a hate crime, since the suspects reportedly yelled, “Hey, white boy!” at the time of the attack.
“If roles were reversed, it definitely would be no question whether it was a hate crime or not,” he said.
Another swim club employee was attacked the night before in the same area. He was punched in the face but was able to outrun his attackers. WJZ has learned Joyner is a suspect in that attack as well.
If the lifeguard was black, and the attackers white, then there would be no doubt that the attackers would be charged with a hate crime — but because the races are reversed, it’s not. Any takers on how long it will be until Al Sharpton or Barack Obama issue a statement?
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