Middletown Ohio Single White Mother Terrorized By Black Neighborhood Teens – Family Escapes Mere Hours Before Teens Torched Home…

We interrupt your regularly scheduled ‘Donald Sterling is a racist’ coverage to bring you a more substantive story replete with actual deadly racism that’s drawing no media attention.

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In Middletown Ohio a white single mother became the victim of horrific threats and attacks while living in a predominantly black community.    The attacks ultimately culminated in teens setting fire to the house late at night trying to murder the family.

Unknown to the thug arsonists, who started the fire at 1:00am, the woman and her children had escaped through a rear window earlier in the evening at the request of her sister who begged her to just leave.

Reverse the races and this story would be playing 24/7 on CNN.

OHIO CBS – […]  A few hours before her house burned down, homeowner Jennifer Saylor told police she was having ongoing problems with juveniles (17 and 18-year-olds) in the neighborhood.

Earlier this year, she filed a police report about a break-in at her home. A teen was arrested and ever since, the youth’s friends have been threatening to hurt her and her child, the report states.

“They made threats to jump her if she is seen outside,” police wrote.

Then, two in the group of six teens lit a red flare and “threw it at her residence, stating they they were going to burn her house down,” the report reads.

“She advised that they were kicking and banging on her door, and they shattered the window to the screen door.”

The teens took off when she threatened to call police.

“She fears for her life and stated that these juveniles continue to come back and threaten her, and she feels that they are eventually going to make entry into her residence and harm her,” police wrote in the report.

The frightened woman and her child stayed somewhere else the night their house was destroyed. That decision may have saved their lives.

Flames gutted the 90-year-old, four-room home at about 1:15 a.m. Tuesday.  (continue reading)

 

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51 Responses to Middletown Ohio Single White Mother Terrorized By Black Neighborhood Teens – Family Escapes Mere Hours Before Teens Torched Home…

  1. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Obama & Holder, LLC have green-lighted this type of behavior…and it’s not even Summer.

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  2. Rob Crawford says:

    The flare — attempted arson of an occupied structure — should have been met with gunfire.

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  3. scaretactics says:

    My parents grew up in Middletown, Ohio. This was 70 years ago when it was a nicer place to live.

    I hope these teen thugs are snitched on thoroughly and put in jail.

    As for the single mom……location location location. Check out the neighborhood before you purchase another house!

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    • Linda Elder says:

      Ohio is a “shall issue” conceal carry state. She ought to invest in a handgun, and a license to protect her own.

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    • AdukeLAXobserver says:

      Hard to know what a neighborhood is like sometimes if you are not from the area. People that rent out or sell houses are not always honest about areas. And when you don’t have much money sometimes you got to take what you can get. Also with the economy the way it is lots of places are being rented out. You can have a quick turnover in a short period of time bringing in bad elements quickly.

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      • yankeeintx says:

        My ex was military and we often found ourselves in cities and towns we were unfamiliar with. It is always smart to stop by the local police station to find out their opinion of the area. Now, there are also online searches that will show crime rates by neighborhood.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          In 1970, my husband was transferred to San Diego. We called to check on a rental in Chula Vista (many of you may see a problem right there). We made an appt to see the place and when we got there it was a rundown little house right on a busy road with a huge field behind it and a rundown little store about 8 feet from it. We went in and asked for Mr. Garcia (anyone see a problem here?) and it turned out everyone was named Garcia. We decided to pass on the house which we found out later was a very good decision.

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          • yankeeintx says:

            As DukeLAX said a neighborhood can change fast. When I first moved to TX, we rented an apartment while house hunting. It was a nice complex until they offered $0 move-ins and it changed completely. A couple moved in downstairs, and within two weeks there were at least 15 people living in the two bedroom apartment, they may have been the Garcia family 🙂

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          • Josh says:

            “…everyone was named Garcia” 🙂

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    • ed357 says:

      Best tactic when looking for a new house to rent or buy……

      Check out the neighborhood as school lets out and check out the public parks/facilities on the weekend.

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      • Josh says:

        I usually ask the local police if they’d allow their mother or daughter to live in the area.

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        • AdukeLAXobserver says:

          I almost rented a place in the one of the sketchiest parts of the city. There was a cop living next door. But driving around I knew it was a bad place to be. The immediate area might have been good due to his presence, but that won’t stop the walkers from showing up.

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  4. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    This is what happens when cops and prosecutors are soft on teen thugs.

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    • Attorney says:

      Pretty common in these places. Often the cops and prosecutors are a bit thuggish themselves. And more than willing to turn a blind eye when it comes to issues relating to the reporting of criminal statistics, especially as they pertain to minority savagery.

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      • Josh says:

        This is true. To truthfully state crime statistics often gets questions in return like, “Why are the numbers so high?”

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  5. FairWitness says:

    I have friends who live in a rundown neighborhood. They bought a derelict home, restored it and are now living in the home. Several times a year, their vehicles are broken into and their possession are stolen. He’s had his tools stolen from a truck, which he located at the local pawn shop and had to buy back his own tools. Police don’t do a damn thing, they consider it petty crime and not worth their time. Their home has been repeatedly burgled. They’ve even been home when some cretins have attempted to break in. It’s as though these lowlifes think anything in their sight is fair game.

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  6. John Galt says:

    “A teen was arrested and ever since, the youth’s friends have been threatening to hurt her and her child, the report states.”

    Sounds sufficient to create a reasonable belief of imminent death or great bodily harm.

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    • Josh says:

      Of course it’s sufficient but who is going to do anything about it? They refuse to call a spade a spade – so to speak.

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  7. czarowniczy says:

    I’m surprised the police actively investigated this, a more political chief would have tap danced the issue down the hall to the fire department for an investigation. While the entire delay-and-distract process is going on the pols sniff the air, take helpful input from scions of the local oppressed community and weight the possible results of the investigation. Modern face-saving way is to issue a finding that the fire was suspicious but of undetermined origin and that an investigation into the cause(s) will be ongoing. If you want to ease ‘community tensions’ you can say that where the fire might have been caused by an outside source the house was old, in need of repair, no records were available to show when the last electric/gas systems inspection/repairs were done – see where we’re going here? I didn’t even have to think on this one – rolled right off the top of any number of suspicious fires that everyone wanted to go away. BTW. if there’s no one in the house you just say that ‘vagrants have been seen entering and leaving the house and a cooking/warming fire is expected’.

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  8. Chip Bennett says:

    My wife’s best friend lives in Middletown, which is just up the road from us. Until this morning, I didn’t know there were “nice” and “bad” parts of Middletown, so I was rather surprised to hear of something like this happening, having previously only encountered what I now know to be the “nice” part of Middletown.

    I hope the perpetrators are caught, arrested, and convicted of attempted first-degree murder (*waving* Hi, Eleanor Clift!).

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  9. lovemygirl says:

    A few of you mentioned a “green light” being signaled or perceived and I agree. A difference I noticed was many older blacks were expecting things to change in their favor during the second term. They were expecting changes that benefitted them financially it seemed. The YBMs took it as a green light early on to commit crimes but frighteningly, also for revenge or thrills. This was what I perceived, witnessed and heard on the streets of Chicago over the last few years.

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    • TeresaLeo says:

      Interesting point! I live in Chicago – can you tell me a bit more about observations you made here in the city? I’m very curious.

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  10. rashomon says:

    This is an interesting perspective from a Georgia prosecutor who spends most of his time representing Obama’s children.

    http://www.amren.com/features/2014/05/confessions-of-a-public-defender/

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    • texan59 says:

      That was certainly enlightening. At least he do what he do with eyes wide open.

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      • rashomon says:

        Yeh, but…taxpayers are getting screwed for all this “cakewalk” — the same old/same old getting waltzed through the system a dozen times with by the same old/same old judges facing the same old/same prosecutors dependent on the same old/same old system to stack the same old/same old convicted into ….

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    • pbunyan says:

      Interesting article. Thanks for the link. I wonder if the “liberal” lawyer who wrote it will ever wake up to the fact that the issues he is clearly identifying are not some racial trait inherent in people of African decent (as he apparently believes based on the last paragraphs– a.k.a the soft bigotry of low expectations common to almost all white liberals), but rather the result of the Great Society programs that he supports and votes for every election day. Will he ever realize that he is problem and the solution is to stop supporting Democrats who need to keep blacks trapped in the cycle of poverty, the Great Society, for their own political power and wealth.

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    • Josh says:

      Good article.

      The “answers” are simply to obvious for some to grasp, I fear. *We* have to be able to accept truth until then …

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      • scaretactics says:

        That article was great! And funny. A must read.

        I don’t think it will take long for this liberal public defender to cross over and be a conservative. His mindset has changed completely in how he views most blacks from how he viewed them as a young lawyer.

        And conservatives are pretty good at helping people, too. One doesn’t have to proclaim oneself a liberal just because you help people in need. I think conservatives help more people than liberals do, anyway

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  11. Attorney says:

    Savage behavior. Note that the Federal Govt. is now trying to force “integration” via housing policy. I have no problem living with anybody of any race who believes in peace and liberty. Thugs, on the other hand, should be living in prison. Forever. For good.

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  12. Sassy1 says:

    “Juveniles,” “youths,” “teens,” “participants in the arson,” they stood on their heads to avoid mentioning the race of the perps, as usual. Maybe locals know the significance of the “2000 block of Roosevelt,” but the rest of us wouldn’t. Seems like if a story is worth reporting, it’s worth reporting all the details, so people can be aware and act to protect themselves. Omitting key information is as wrong as changing it. It amounts to the same thing.

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  13. appleman says:

    It looks like there is a 911 tape. of a group attack.

    http://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/butler-county/middletown/two-arrested-for-fire-that-destroyed-middletown-womans-home

    no mention on news outside of local

    http://tinyurl.com/l7hla2k

    if only a white Hispanic had done the attack on a son of obama….. /sarc

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      This little b@#$%^& should have been charged with attempted murder. He had no way to know they were not in the house when he started the fire.

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  14. UgattaBKideen says:

    I’m glad you linked to that “public defender” article.

    It was an eye-opener.

    If only we could get back to the old-fashioned “rule of law applied equally to all” instead of making limitless excuses for the misbehavior of certain governmentally-favored “victim groups”.

    What we’ve got going on now makes the young thugs ever-bolder in their depredations on the law-abiding; and it makes the majority of us ever-more-cynical about justice and the law when we see how our government disregards *OUR* rights and freedoms.

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  15. jkcinsalem says:

    Why is this single mother wearing a wedding ring?

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  16. Katy says:

    And they want us to accept them into our neighborhoods? Hell no

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