Arresting Development: California Police Chief’s Son Arrested for Attacking Sikh Man in Viral Video…

A 71-year-old Indian Sikh named Sahib Singh Natt was attacked in California on Monday morning. The attackers beat, kicked, spit-on and ridiculed the elderly Sikh while demanding money.

Today two arrests were made. One of those arrested is Tyrone McAllister (pictured left), the 18-year-old son of Union City Police Chief Darryl McAllister.

(CBS Sacramento) […]  Wednesday, authorities announced they had made arrests in connection to the incident: 18-year-old Tyrone McAllister and a 16-year-old boy. Both teens are facing charges of attempted robbery, elder abuse and assault with a deadly weapon.

Manteca police confirm that McAllister is the son of Union City Police Chief Darryl McAllister. Investigators say Union City authorities have been in contact with them and helped in the case. (read more)

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150 Responses to Arresting Development: California Police Chief’s Son Arrested for Attacking Sikh Man in Viral Video…

  1. Ziiggii says:

    One of those arrested is Tyrone McAllister (pictured left), the 18-year-old son of Union City Police Chief Darryl McAllister.

    😂😂😂😂
    SERIOUSLY, you can’t make this 💩 up!

    Liked by 15 people

    • Ziiggii says:

      This comes just days after another Sikh man in the Turlock area was the target of a hate crime.

      oh wait, this isn’t the same incident where the man was told to “go back to where you came from”.
      😳

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Ziiggii, hey he had a could life growing up with a policeman? Had to get some of his hate from parents. Hope he now gets a police record, given 6 months in a male prison and would make a great boytoy and learn that he ain’t very important and must pay the price for beating up on an elderly man. Sickening. Do not let him go free without jail time and being royally fined. Being in CA, who knows!

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      • getfitnow says:

        Had to get some of his hate from parents.
        ___________________________________

        Not necessarily. Sometimes, outside influences are greater – having a dad in LE may have prompted him to prove his street creds.

        I knew someone many years ago who’s husband was a policeman – Oakland and Richmond, CA. Their son was out cruising one night with friends; got stopped by the cops. They were told to get out of the car, etc. Apparently all the guys,my friend’s son included, started mouthing off, and were hauled in. Could have resisted all of that by just following the cop’s instruction. To say the least, his father was not amused.

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      • Daniel says:

        You’re making a lot of assumptions. He may be the son of the police chief, but you are making the assumption that the son and the father have a relationship. From the article “Family says Tyrone has recently been estranged from them.” Yeah, what’s ‘recently’ and this word family doesn’t do anything to describe who they are and whether or not the father is in the home.

        Hate comes from the environment and it doesn’t sound as if this guy spent much time at home at all.

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        • flova says:

          Daniel

          Oh my, sounds like little skittle Trayvon Martin’s family. His mother kicked him out and he was on his way to daddy’s new girlfriend’s apartment when he beat up somebody with a gun.

          The biggest question these thugs have at the end of the day is ‘where do I sleep tonite?’

          Anger at parents projected on to strangers and the African-American ‘community’ is full of them.

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    • Ozzytrumpster says:

      OT but the bike lock proff. Eric Clanton just got 3 yrs probation for multiple attempted homicides, though he was charged with gbh. This kid will probably get a prize for his little effort. Sounds like a job for bikers for Trump

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      • wondering999 says:

        Thank you Ozzytrumpster for the update. I had been thinking about this today after finding out today was his sentencing date. How is it that he can attack people in this way and just get off with probation for a hate crime? Hate against people who don’t share his political views? Crazy

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    • vincentcuomo says:

      So where are the calls for the Police Chief to resign; his son is a criminal; if he can’t control his own son then he has no business being a Police Chief!

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      • dbethd says:

        Sounds like he wasn’t living at home anymore

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      • MelH says:

        The kid is 18, an “emancipated adult”, parents have no liability for him. Both Turlock and Union city are rough areas, lots of drugs and poverty. I lived in Turlock when it was in Ripley’ Believe it or Not for having the most churches per capita of any city in the USA. There were churches next door to churches. But then the University of California built a campus there, farmers sold to developers, churches closed, drugs got rampant, we got out!

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      He’s really a good kid who was raised with good values. He just started hanging with the wrong crowd and made a mistake. Really. ///sarc///

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  2. HollowofHishand says:

    I hope the world will keep this story alive and well by reporting and not sweep it under the rug because of the kid’s race and his dad’s job.

    Liked by 10 people

    • ezpz2 says:

      If he’s not a Trump supporter, it will likely get zero press.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Minnie says:

      Hollow, excellent moniker 👍

      He has the whole world in His Hands 🙏

      Liked by 2 people

    • TMonroe says:

      They e made a cottage industry of not reporting it, with some of the orgs like the NABJ having active stated priorities in that vein:

      https://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2013/11/26/as-knock-out-game-grows-author-was-ahead-of-the-news/

      “The author said that for years he was seeing such crimes dismissed as “kids blowing off steam,” but when he began seeing regular Americans talking about these crimes more and more on social media and Youtube he knew it was time to speak out about his the media is refusing to report the truth.

      “These are the same reporters that created this racial paradigm that made us the most race conscious country in the world, where every day we read about black caucuses, black churches, black schools, black TV, black radio, black newspapers and then we get stories by the National Association of Black Journalists. Then you look at the epidemic of black violence and they go, ‘Carl, we’re color blind.’ So, there’s a lot of denial out there and that’s what my focus was to show people THIS… IS… HAPPENING… NOW.”

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  3. Neural says:

    In California, it’s legal to murder people via HIV/AIDS, with a gun, or to attempt to kill them with bike locks, etc. This guy will get no jail time.

    Liked by 10 people

  4. Bullseye says:

    Get your license to carry and defend yourself

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  5. Well, you can’t blame the kid. It’s a tough life being a police chief’s son…

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Rodney G. Graves says:

    At 18 he’s an adult in California. Stick him in county jail in general population to await trial.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. ezpz2 says:

    Children, the elderly…these are heart wrenching stories and very hard to process.☹️😪😢😟😡☹️

    Liked by 10 people

    • MelH says:

      A 71 year old man who f=goes into those areas mentionedfswathed in white from head to toe is like wearing a red shirt in Watts and/or Rchmond California. You have to be brain-dead or massively arrogant to ignore the dangers you live in.

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  8. Alison says:

    Multiculturalism: it ain’t for everyone …

    “Arresting Development” LOL LOL you slay me, Sundance.

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  9. G-man says:

    Just imagine if these two were white.

    Liked by 10 people

    • ezpz2 says:

      Or Trump supporters…

      Liked by 8 people

      • Coast says:

        99.9999999% of Trump supporters would never even think about doing this.

        Liked by 4 people

        • ezpz2 says:

          Completely agree. We know that, but the media likes to spew fake news and sadly, many who are already predisposed to such propaganda will buy into it.

          The good news is that the Trump Boomerang has proven to be very reliable and VERY effective!😀

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    • kmilt16 says:

      Hope this doesn’t show up twice. @G-Man.

      This already happened. I was looking up the story on Mr. Malhi, another Sikh recently attacked when I came across this swamp dwelling rag, “The Bipartisan Report.” Their headline article is, “Sikh Man Brutally Attacked By Trump Racists & What He Was Doing Made Him A Punchline.”

      According to the non-biased (sarc) article, Mr. Malhi, while a Republican posting signs for his Republican candidate, reports he was verbally and physically attacked by two white men. These unamed and unidentified white men left hate symbols used by groups like Norwegian Nazis in World War II. The reporter summarizes that President Trump is responsible for increased attacks on minorities as he continues to push the idea that immigrants pose a threat to Western civilization.

      I emailed the author and nicely asked him to go back to school so he can learn to get all the facts before gaslighting. I also suggested another topic of exploration: The number of hate crimes staged by leftists so they can blame conservatives.

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  10. Joe says:

    “indian Sikh Man”…can we just leave that stuff out and call him a man. A senior citizen is probably better. Identity politics and headlines. Give me a break. Terrible to watch.

    Liked by 8 people

    • ezpz2 says:

      If the perps were white and Trump supporters, they’d be calling it a hate crime incited by none other than the President himself.

      But since they’re obviously not, it may get little if any coverage at all.

      Liked by 9 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      Joe, I agree but also mention that Sikhs are peaceful and lovely people and friends, thank you.

      Liked by 3 people

      • bettycooper says:

        They are also allies and warriors.

        Liked by 4 people

        • LafnH20 says:

          Very TRUE!!

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        • Mac says:

          Sikhs are fine people and generally very moral. However, you DO NOT want to give a Sikh good reason to want to inflict harm on you. They can be a darned rough lot. British officers of Sikh regiments have written paeans of praise to the toughness and martial qualities of their men. Muslims, unless they are in overwhelming numbers, give a very wide berth to Sikhs. They know the Sikhs would like nothing better than to pound some Muslims into the dirt and that, man for man, they are generally capable of doing exactly that.

          I’m not even going to mention the kirpans Khalsa Sikhs are required by their religion to carry. Just remember that people messing with Sikhs do so at their peril. Indira Gandhi’s untimely demise is a testament to that fact.

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    • G-man says:

      I know right. I am so sick of how the media makes race/religion/gender the defining factor in nearly every story they do.

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    • Kintbury says:

      A Sikh doesn’t want to kill you for not wanting to join their religion. I have absolutely no problem with Hindus either.

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  11. daughnworks247 says:

    Leave the Sikhs alone. Noble people.

    Liked by 14 people

  12. Tad says:

    Is anyone surprised?

    Liked by 2 people

  13. TrueNorthSeeker says:

    I feel sorry for his Dad. This would be humiliating for any LEO, let alone the Chief. I’m sure he didn’t raise his son to behave this way. He’s obviously fallen in with some bad influences.

    I hope the elderly man wasn’t seriously hurt. Very hard to watch that video of his abuse. That kid needs to be prosecuted for sure.

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    • Summer says:

      Dad is most probably a Democrat who gives orders to stand down when President Trump’s supporters are being assaulted by Antifa. Don’t feel sorry.

      Liked by 3 people

      • ThinBlueLine says:

        You sure make a lot of assumptions without knowing the facts. I’m second in command in my agency, which is in LA County, and find your remarks to be ignorant. I’m a MAGA supporter, and wouldn’t dare allow Antifa or any other hate group to assault someone else, regardless if a stand down order was given or not. Also, being a MAGA supporter doesn’t dictate how I do my job. I do my job because I care about serving others in my community. If a Trump supporter assaults someone, they’ll be arrested as well, period.

        Most law enforcement officers I know are huge President Trump supporters – and I know a lot. They take their oath seriously and are some of the bravest folks I’ve ever been around. We endured eight long years with a President who despised us.

        I had the privilege of sitting 20 rows or so from President Trump when he was inaugurated, as well as listening to him give a speech live during law enforcement memorial week in D.C. It was an honor I’ll never forget. I also won’t forget the reason I attended the event in the first place; I paid tribute to our officer (a friend) who was shot and killed in the line of duty.

        So before you disparage this Chief’s name or any LEO for the matter, please have facts to back up your statement – please.

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    • Mac says:

      That punk kid needed to meet the same fate as Markeis McGlockton.

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  14. zimbalistjunior says:

    i assume someone called out ‘worldstar’ as the assault took place.

    if you wanna know what that means, go look at some of the fight compilations online, ie at worldstarhiphop. quite shocking.

    george zimmerman could have used the videos as a defense. the basic premise is that there is a policy of sorts for certain people on the street to ‘jump’ unsuspecting people, usually in groups of 2-10, and then beat said person mercilessly. even if and sometimes especially if your opponent is defenseless and on the ground.

    the aim seeming to be: knocking said target out until he has a seizure (‘sleep’). if he bleeds copiously (‘leaking’), ever the better.

    and, of course, preferably this should be captured on phone video.

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    • tuskyou says:

      I’ve seen some of the depravity on that website. Sick, sick disgusting ‘people’. Hospitalizing someone (or worse) is considered entertainment.

      Liked by 2 people

    • nimrodman says:

      “… a policy of sorts for certain people on the street to ‘jump’ unsuspecting people, usually in groups of 2-10, and then beat said person mercilessly. even if and sometimes especially if your opponent is defenseless and on the ground.

      the aim seeming to be: knocking said target out until he has a seizure (‘sleep’). if he bleeds copiously (‘leaking’), ever the better.

      Yep, “groups of 2 to 10″ jump unsuspecting people and beat them mercilessly”

      And then it’s reported in the media and on the police blotter as:
      “There was a fight”
      or “a number of people were fighting”.

      And in the schools, the 1 kid victim who was mobbed and beat down would be suspended “for fighting”.

      Today’s “no-justice” justice system.

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      • mnlakes says:

        “Today’s “no-justice” justice system”
        Boy am I feeling that today.
        Chris Collins getting busted for doing something every other member of Congress is probably guilty of.
        When did the FBI start their investigation? The same week he endorsed President Trump? SMH

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      • PaulM says:

        You’ve got that right. And it’s usually going to be 4-5 blacks on one white. If they’re caught, the standard copout is “he said sumpin rayciss”. That crap started in the schools when I was a kid in the 50’s, provoke all the fights you want and if you get caught, toss out the racism crap. They’ve been milking that ever since, all the way up to the white house.

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    • fuzzi says:

      “Knock-out Game”? Colin Flaherty has documented its existence, despite the media calling it a myth.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. HickTick says:

    Bet they don’t charge him with hate crime , wrong race

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  16. tuskyou says:

    This isn’t the first time a Sikh has been attacked like this. I remember a similar incident a few years ago in Wisconsin. The attacker wasn’t a police chief’s son tho…. I’d remember that.

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  17. mazziflol says:

    The ‘Spin”.

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    • Sentient says:

      Sad, somber, heartfelt statement from the Chief.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Suncc49 says:

      It is a shame because by all accounts this young man was raised by his father yet chose another path by impressing his bad acting friends or fitting into some hard stereotype.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Suncc49: this young man was also raised by his school in a school environment under compulsory education laws. Many young people are trapped in situations where they must get along with outright criminals on a daily basis, and this has been going on for decades. I recall a medical student in the 1970s telling me that there were girls with kidney infections aggravated by their holding urine all day, afraid to use the school bathrooms because of the violence.

        Because “education” is an unexamined sacred cow most politicians and community leaders won’t touch this subject. I am all for education, do not misconstrue my intentions, but some “schools” are schools for crminals. It would not surprised me if that were the case in this instance.

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      • Look Up says:

        CHOSE is the correct word. Not “ fallen” into the wrong crowd. This young coward CHOSE his victim; one he knew had little to no chance of defending himself against. He CHOSE this crowd of people as his cohorts. God saw it all.

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    • Gil says:

      Its always he fell in with a bad crowd. No, you are part of a bad crowd in some way and the door was left open. But he did make those choices himself.

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      • Sharon says:

        “….you are part of a bad crowd in some way and the door was left open….”

        Your comment appears to be addressing the police chief/father.

        You cannot justify a flat statement to this police chief/father in which you tell him, “….you are part of a bad crowd in some way….”

        Seriously?

        I can only hope that you never deal with a situation with your children in which you need to interface with law enforcement.

        I won’t take the blame for all the mistakes my kids may make or have made. Neither will I take the credit for the excellent things they do. That’s just a starting point because real lifre has a thousand variables that you might assume you would never face.

        You are wrong to point the finger at the police chief in that tone. Simply. Wrong.

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        • Gil says:

          He did leave the door open, somehow in some way. I do not blame the incident on the father. Im in an LEO family in california. The son made those choices himself

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        • pgroup says:

          You are completely wrong. I think you read too fast and/or have trouble comprehending what you read. Slow down and live happy.

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        • JoAnn Leichliter says:

          Once an offspring turns 18, you lose legal control. Good luck trying to rein one in if a wrong path is taken. In the end, it has to be “My way or the highway,” if things get bad enough.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Dear God, what a BULLSH%T attempt by Chief McAllister to cover his butt. Where’s the statement that he will do all in his power to make sure his son the perp is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, which is what he’d say if the perp were someone else’s son? Nowhere.
      And then there’s the “my son had bad companions, ran with a bad crowd” rambling on. The perp is 18 years old. He knew EXACTLY what he was doing when he initiated the robbery on the old man and then beat him when the old man didn’t go along.
      At least Chief McAllister recognizes that his reputation is probably eternally trashed.

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    • Alison says:

      That is one of the most genuine statements I’ve ever read from a public official. I know nothing about this police chief, but he certainly cannot be faulted for this response. I feel for his family.

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    • Gil says:

      How could he NOT be aware of his childs activities before he hung out with the bad crowd? Look at his training and experience.

      “A ranking officer in both cities, Chief McAllister has commanded several divisions, bureaus, and functions including Patrol Operations, Investigations, Youth and Family Intervention and Counseling Services, School Policing Services, Gang Violence Suppression, Community Policing Services, SWAT, Canine Units, and Media Relations.

      Chief McAllister is also an educator, previously serving as lead faculty at the University of Phoenix, and now as a faculty member of Chabot College. For nearly two decades he has served several community organizations including serving as the President of the Board at the St. Rose Hospital Foundation, a member of the advisory board of the University of San Francisco’s International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership, the California State Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training’s Command College Program, the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, and several nonprofit organizations in the East Bay. In his spare time, he is a youth mentor with Reality Mentor, Inc.”

      Even more here-

      http://www.chabotcollege.edu/commencement/2018-keynote-speaker.php

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Dear chief, sorry about your (prepared by a lawyer) grief. Myself, I wouldn’t need a lawyer to tell folks how pissed off I am but I’m not a politician in law enforcement. That said, I hope your son gets the maximum punishment for his hate crime. How does mandatory 10 years hard time before being parole eligible sound to you? By the way, being untouchable by the law and teaching that lesson to your son along with drugs & thugs most likely had the maximum impact on you and your sons negative life. Finally there are plenty of therapy facilities across the US that produce fabulous results. Perhaps someday you and your son will volunteer to enter one and get straight.

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    • No spin. This was a heartfelt and painful confession of a father’s failure to save his son. I was a cop in Union City and I vouch for Chief McAllister. This community, per capita, is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the nation. The police force is equally diverse in ethnicity, sexual orientation and religious beliefs. I am happy you posted the facebook post, because if you didn’t…I would certainly have done so. You need to know that this department has suffered greatly over the years…their Chief was assassinated by a Mexican/Chicano gang in the 70’s while reaching out to the community at a church. God Bless the McAllister family and pray for the soul of their son.

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      • DeployedTooLong, yours was a very nice heartfelt defense of your former Police Chief whom you seem to know well.

        But no where did you mention any sympathy for the 71 year old man that the Police Chiefs son viciously attacked twice.

        This was a very, very nasty attack by TWO young men against an elderly man who was minding his own business, just out for a nice walk along a city park.

        It has slipped some peoples minds that these vicious thugs violently knocked this 71 year old man down and also spit on him.

        I did not slip my notice that most of your former police chiefs apology, or what ever that was, is spent on explaining the home situation of his family and very, very little time is spent on how devastated the family of this victim might be and perhaps what the responsibility his son has in helping this family recover.

        I am really glad that Union City is diverse and that you like your former chief.

        But his son is a vicious criminal thug and the attention must go now to his punishment and to the recovery of the victim.

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      It hurts my heart to read this comment, I have always thought that I would not want to feel the guilt one must have when one of your family harms another, and clearly this family is in grief.

      Can’t help but think we did not see anything nearly as honest or apologetic when Tim Kaine’s son was arrested for his mob activity.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      …” The victim suffered only minor physical injuries, but as you can imagine, the greater Sikh community is devastated. “….

      Probably should have left the word “only” out of that statement.

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    • LKA in LA says:

      I feel for this man. Sad he has to send such a private message. I hope the kid is checked for drugs which would explain the behavior and many thefts. Prayers for them all and glad he is now off the streets.

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    • dbethd says:

      Thank you for sharing this. This family will be in my prayers.

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  18. Oldskool says:

    What you’ve read here at this thread is the last we’ll ever hear about it.

    Liked by 6 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      It wouldn’t surprise me if the teenage thug gets a slap on his wrist from the court due to him being the son of the chief of police. And, of course, there’s that other thing.

      Liked by 3 people

      • American Male says:

        “And, of course, there’s that other thing..”?

        Are you politely suggesting “he” used to be a “she” and is “trans” or is he one of those “aspiring astronauts” we heard so much about a few years back?

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  19. thedoc00 says:

    I have known Sikhs and have studied their culture. They are not necessarily your normal Indian Subcontinent folks. They are considered on of the “martial” races and also do not take kindly to this type of behavior. Suggest these young men watch tread carefully because retribution is rather common with the Sikhs, especially if one of their elders is accosted.

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    • OSP says:

      Good, thedocoo…
      I hope they do exact some revenge on these rotten little POS

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    • G. Combs says:

      thedoc00,
      I suspect you are correct. If these teens just get a slap on the wrist, others will see that there is justice and it will not be pretty.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Considering the lack of justice these days, their revenge might be the only justice to happen.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      I agree. Betcha there will be an increase of practicing Sikhs, male and female, wearing their kirtans out in public.

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    • wondering999 says:

      You are correct about the Sikhs… and this may play into the Democrat strategy of provoking “white” violence. If the Sikhs get the retribution that is deserved, I can only hope that they do so discreetly (and effectively)

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  20. TMonroe says:

    And under the criminal justice reform priorities, don’t be surprised to see lots of suspended sentences and pleas down to nonviolent-leave charges.

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  21. keeler says:

    Least we forget:

    “The woman accused of bashing an elderly Hispanic man with a brick and telling him “go back to your country” is off the streets, authorities announced on Wednesday.

    Laquisha Jones was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon Tuesday night for her part in the Fourth of July beatdown that left a 92-year-old man with broken ribs, a battered face and bruises all over his body, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.

    https://nypost.com/2018/07/11/cops-catch-woman-accused-of-beating-hispanic-man-with-brick/

    Laquisha and Tyrone need to address their toxic white masculinity.

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  22. CNN_sucks says:

    No word. Cold anger.

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  23. Bob McDoulett says:

    Interesting statement from the Tyrone’s father, the Chief of Police in Union City. If you watch the video one wonders exactly where Tyrone McAllister learned his personal code of honor. My bet is that his father has protected him from the consequences of his behavior for years. Likely Tyrone was a terror in his neighborhood, school and was proud to be with his gangbanger friends. The father uses meaningless words like “tangential impact”, “minor injuries”, “three months in adult jail” and my favorite “wayward”. So over a “couple of years”, Tyrone has been convicted of theft at least 2x, and served juvenile detention and jail time. It sure is lucky for the community that Tyrone’s academic ambitions were not thwarted by only serving a few months in total for what probably were lenient plea bargained charges.

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  24. Paul B. says:

    It’s a testament to our nation that this wasn’t swept under the rug.There are plenty of nations where that would have happened.

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  25. ForGodandCountry says:

    I find it curious that Sundance would post this.

    I mean, yeah….ok….the 18 your old son of the CoP was arrested for attempted robbery, elder abuse and assault with a deadly weapon.

    But why the focus on this particular case?

    Unless….

    …the CoP is himself corrupt, and this plays into some larger issue we don’t know much about.

    My guess is that Sundance isn’t telling us everything he knows, and this is related to bigger issues.

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  26. Donna in Oregon says:

    Anyone with knowledge of the Tri-Cities area of Union City, Newark and Fremont knows that Union City has been a ghetto dump since the beginning. Next in line was Newark, slightly better. Lastly was Fremont, CA. Fremont is called Little Kabul (thanks Bill Clinton).

    The population is mostly Asian. Translation for Asian is Middle East, and then Asians. Oakland extended into San Leandro, San Lorenzo and Hayward. Gangs for decades. Once the Housing Authority made it portable the gangs spread everywhere throughout the East Bay.

    If you’re going to visit, stick to the tourist spots. Some of these areas in the Bay Area make Los Angeles look like Disneyland. Of course you won’t hear about it because of tourism, but if you know locals than the real story comes out. I know locals.

    It’s like taking a wrong turn into a neighborhood while visiting Coconut Grove in Miami……just sayin’

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  27. tylermckinleycompany@yahoo.com says:

    Looks like another obama boy.

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  28. covfefe999 says:

    rofl Black perpetrator. California. Confuses a Sikh for a Muslim. All on video. LIBS’ WORST NIGHTMARE!

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  29. Cooper45 says:

    It’s unfortunate that some of the worst of the ignorant, uninformed and malicious people in the West seem only to see the Sikh turban and other clothing. In their minds, it looks Afghani or Muslim or possibly in this case just a convenient excuse to hurt a vulnerable elderly man.

    When I was younger, I often worked with Sikhs in the lumber industry and I honestly never met a Sikh that wasn’t helpful, generous and kind to me. Monotheistic Sikhism in part, was a rejection of the despicable Hindu caste system with its lowest class of miserable outcast “undesirables.”
    There have been radical factions of Sikhs like those in the battle to free Khalistan from Indian “oppression” in their view; the subsequent Air India explosion that killed innocent passengers and the assassination of Indira Ghandi etc but Sikhism for the vast majority of Sikhs in the West has been overwhelmingly a “Religion of Peace.” That is not a fake slogan to most Sikhs.

    But they are expected as Sikhs to “fight back against oppression” and the elderly fellow’s brave but futile attempts in the video to defend himself from the younger punks demonstrated that belief. He did not coil up in the fetal position or beg them to stop.

    The Sikhs I had the pleasure of working with must’ve been following the actual teachings of Sikhism such as “the importance of doing good actions rather than merely carrying out rituals and believing the way to a good life is to keep God in heart and mind at all times, live honestly and work hard, treat everyone equally and serve others.”

    They also believe “there is only one God that is without form or gender, everyone is equal before God and a good life is lived as part of a community, by living and caring for others.”

    If the elderly victim in the video was a devout Sikh, he believed all of the above and whether he did or did not, he didn’t deserve to be beat up by ignorant punks.

    (True Story) Yesterday, I bought some fruit from a Sikh farmer family and store owner. I had about $3.50 cents change due but I said, “That’s OK, I’ve got enough change at home, Keep it.”
    Before I left, the Sikh woman had added a few unrequested handfuls of green beans and other fresh vegetables to my grocery bag. It was her way of repaying my previous small tip. Those are the type of Sikhs I have occasionally met for over 40 years.

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    • Mac says:

      Cooper, my experiences with Sikhs pretty much match yours. Good, solid, competent people who were a pleasure to deal with.

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    • TMonroe says:

      They chased Colin Flaherty off of YouTube, though some others are hosting some of his previous videos, and he has new ones on minds,com

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  30. TwoLaine says:

    WHOA, wait as minute. I thought California was a sanctuary state?

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  31. cthulhu says:

    It should be noted that many male Sikhs bear the name “Singh”. Singh means “lion” — they are remembering their lion who stood up to the evil “Deep State” of the time.

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  32. iwasthere says:

    Judge a man by the character of the kids he raises. Is that biblical – treepers?

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  33. czarowniczy says:

    Probably just a misunderstanding of standard English. The young man was told to go out a seek some way of making money and the translation into street Ebonglish just got mangled in the process.
    Brught to you by the Thug Apologist Network.

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  34. wodiej says:

    Kids live what they learn.

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  35. snellvillebob says:

    What will happen is he will be released from jail with no bail and no one will ever serve him papers for a court date. No one will dare piss off the police chief. Not a prosecutor, or a lawyer for the old man if they value their current lifestyles.

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  36. ontoiran says:

    daddy must be so proud

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  37. TigerBear says:

    Apparently daddy spared the rod and spoiled the child.

    I, being an oldster myself, can’t help but hope this punk and his buddy get their butts kicked daily while incarcerated.

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  38. jello333 says:

    This is one reason I haven’t yet taken the leap to buy a handgun, and get a carry permit. I mean, of course I could at some point need to use it in a clear-cut case of self defense, and so it would be a good thing I had the gun on me. But there’s also a chance that I could stumble upon a situation such as in the video. No, not ME being the victim, but me SEEING what was being done to the victim (in this case the Sikh man). Would I be allowed to pull out my gun and hold the two scumbags at gunpoint until cops arrived? That would be a chance I’d be willing to take. But what I also worry about is going further… that I’d be SO enraged that I’d do more than must point. Would THAT be justified? I really don’t know, but at this stage of my life I’m not 100% confident I could hold my anger. 😦

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