Another recent media report about the attacks we have discussed around the Louisville Kentucky area. When you watch this video remember, it’s a very similar set up to what we have documented before.
A family in a car. A group of black teens/thugs surround the vehicle. Something is thrown at the car to create damage. The father gets out of the car and the pack attacks him. Now his entire family is at risk and the Mom is soon attacked while the children are in the car. Watch the video:
As many people have stated before, forget about the car – you can deal with any damage later. Don’t exit the vehicle if you find yourself in this situation. The goal of the attacking mob is to get you out of your car. The reason we share these articles is to remind you to focus on “situational awareness”. In Kentucky the police have publicly stated they cannot control these crowds and/or stop this violence. Don’t put yourself or your family at risk.
Last weekend the Police in/around Louisville Kentucky were caught off guard when over 200 black teen/young adults went on a series of crime sprees simultaneously. Law enforcement lost control and could not respond to the shear scope of dozens of attacks and flash mob n’ robs that were happening around the city. We shared the stories and videos of the attacks HERE and HERE.
Law Enforcement, and the media, went out of their way to avoid describing the profile of exactly who was involved. All of the rampaging teens were black. However, the police are quickly finding its impossible to deal with the issue without actually identifying the perpetrators of the unlawful activity. And apparently this has been going on for much longer than they were initially willing to admit:
(LOUISVILLE) — Police say a crime wave terrorizing apartment complex dwellers city wide appears to be connected to the same gang of criminals. Masked armed robbers have terrorized at least 40 victims and police say they have no suspects and only a few leads. WAVE 3 Investigator James Zambroski reports.
The spree of armed robberies has been going on since February. At least 40 victims have been identified, including two people who were shot and two who were victims of sexual assault over the weekend.
LMPD Capt. Gene Sherrard told reporters Monday afternoon that police have no suspects, only sketchy descriptions and little evidence.
But patterns, including time of day, disguises and other facts indicate the attacks are being carried out by the same group of individuals.
“There are striking similarities in many of the cases, so that’s why we’ve come forward to the public today,” Sherrard said.
Sherrard says another reason police have come forward without any suspects or arrests is the violent turn the spree took over the weekend.
“What has caused us great concern is over the past few days, we had a couple of sexual assaults associated with robberies,” he said.
Zack, a graduate student at U of L, lives in the University Park Apartments on Eastern Parkway. He and friends were robbed earlier this year.
“Coming back from 4th Street, some guys had jumped out beside a car, they put my buddy at gunpoint and I took off up the stairs,” he said.
Sherrard confirmed that the spree appears to have started near the UofL campus.
“If they are related, it seems that the pattern got its inception in that area,” he said.
Another similarity is that the suspects, who generally work in groups, are African Americans, wearing dark clothing and masks, are always armed.
“These offenders are armed, normally with handguns,” Sherrard said. “They threaten violence, as I’ve indicated before, they’ve shot two people.” (read more)
Meanwhile two suspects from one of last weekend’s attacks have been arrested. Of course the customary thug mother protesting “he was such a good boy” is quickly trotted out:
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – “This is Shaquazz last year. Him, his sister and his brother,” Cheri Allen said (pictured above).
A proud mother showed us family photos of her son, Shaquazz. They presented a different image than the mug shot provided by Louisville Metro Police.
“I just need my child home. I need him exonerated, I need the truth to be heard,” Allen said.
Her son, along with a co-defendant, is accused of attacking a woman and her fiancé Saturday, March 22 in front of her children during the teen mob violence in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.
“They have been falsely identified, falsely accused,” Allen exclaimed.
His mother says he was at one of his cousin’s houses during the time the teen mob roamed and that he’s a good student who had plans to join the military.
“We are a very close family. When he left here he was a child and now I don’t know what he’s ‘gonna become because his spirits are broken,” she sobbed (continue reading)
Look not only at ‘what they outline’, but also ‘how the media outline it’.
This type of public media PC reporting is typical of what you will find in almost every single media market in the U.S. today. No-one is brave enough to actually cut it down to it’s common denominator and actually engage in the root cause of the systemic violence coming from the African American community.
If it were not about race then race would not be a common denominator.