Flash Mob attacks man in his house

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  1. partdeux

    partdeux Well-Known Member

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  2. bkt

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    No, not at all. This guy needs to do some introspection and understand what he did to bring this on himself. Guns must be banned; we just need more police. And we need to reach out to disaffected youth across America to understand them and bridge the divide. And we need higher taxes so the government can address the needs of those people and others.

    (There was an element of sarcasm in there in case some folks didn't pick up on it.)
     

  3. UrbanNinja

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    The second I read your headline, I knew this would be about Philadelphia. Im from Philadelphia myself and live less then 2 miles from where this took place. Over the astonishing few months we have had "flash mob" attacks around the city. Mayor Michael Nutters actually declared a "state of emergency" for the city. Believe it or jot, the majority of the persons involved in these mobs are 17 years old on average,there has even been an arrest of a 10y/o boy.

    People have already made it very clear that they will begin to defend themselves if the situation approaches them. they attack in groups of 20+ ... I myself will not hesitate to fire on these people (children or not).
     
  4. BigByrd47119

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    Well, there may have been a better way to have handled it (such as not getting involved to begin with) but what happened was clearly uncalled for. Its fortunate for those "kids" that the gentlemen did not, in fact, have a gun. He could have done his community a lot of good with a shotgun and some buckshot...just say'n....
     
  5. UrbanNinja

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    I understand your thought of "Nother getting involved" but, you would have to be from this neighborhood to understand better. This neighborhood is a very "tight" community, they all treat another as if they were one big family. It consists mostly of Irish and polish, with that being said..I can guarantee the attackers were not living there very long. With the economy in the toilet, most families either lost homes or had to sell. This paved the way for "section 8" scum bags to move into the neighborhood and destroy everything in their path.
     
  6. texaswoodworker

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    Wow, If that had happened to someone like me, there would be at least 3 dead/wounded men. Did these teens even have anything to do with what happened in the park or were the picked out because of their race? Sounds like a hate crime to me and yet, they are not being charged for commiting a hate crime. Only for the assult.
     
  7. BigByrd47119

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    I know what you mean. Although I would know its better for my health to stay uninvolved, I find it cowardly and shameful for the able-minded and able-bodied to stand by and watch as the helpless are trampled. I guess its a sheepdog thing...

    In other words, I commend his courage and question his lack of forethought in regard to "what now?!" and the fact that he had his family (including young kids) inside his house as well.

    Overall rating is a C+ to B-.
     
  8. UrbanNinja

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    I believe they were friends or relatives of the boy whom apparently was the original "Hate crime" victim. Unfortunately, family or friend, thats just how things work in this city. There is no "1 on 1" anymore. Its unheard of. Also id like to add (please do not take offense to this) that in this city, if you're white, you do not get to "pull the race card" and refer to this situation as a hate crime (the Rev. Jesse Jackson will not allow it).
     
  9. jjfuller1

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    ... and thats what 30 round mags are for....
     
  10. UrbanNinja

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    I completely agree. He should have thought about his own family first, or maybe other was just instant preservation of life type of thought going through his head. Ill have to go back and read the story again but, im not sure if it mentioned if he knew the boys he was protecting or were they random kids.
     
  11. texaswoodworker

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    But was there even an original hate crime victim? The story said that the white teens laughted at a black kid who fell off his bike, then the mob formed in retaliation to this. Laughting at someoned because they got hurt is not a hate crime, It just makes them jackazzes.
     
  12. UrbanNinja

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    Technically, no. There was no original hate crime. Somewhere along the grapevine, someone had relayed to a friend or family member "a bunch of white kids beat up a black kid". Now, with the other people returning and saying "ill kick your ass you white mother****er" or wwhatever variation was said, makes it a hate crime.
     
  13. BigByrd47119

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    Its a sad story, but it coulda ended a whole lot worse than it did! Gah, you think us white folk would learn that hate crimes cant pertain to us:rolleyes:.
     
  14. fmj

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    I will keep this short to keep from going off on a racist rant...but you kick in MY door (in IN we have castle doctrine as the law of the land) there would have been quite a few dead critters for the police to clean up.

    Philthydelphia the land were black folk get away with voter intimidation (on camera) This is just another fine case of "special rights" and NOT equal rights...you ALL know damn well if the shoes were on the other feet (white folk attacking black or hispanic folk) the libtard media would be up in arms
     
  15. texaswoodworker

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    Wow, this whole thing started because some stupid azzhole decided to lie and say that. Stupid people piss me off.:mad:-Thats my new motto.
     
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  16. fmj

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    OH, and "hate crime" is BULLSHYT!!!

    When you "hate" ANYONE enough to bodily attack them, its a crime. Assault and battery is assault and battery no matter the motive!
     
  17. UrbanNinja

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    Regardless of race,color,creed,religion,etc.. this was extremely uncalled for. The color of your skin is irrelevant if your life is in danger. Hate crime or not, the key word is "crime". Any form of attempt to cause injury or death to another person should be considered a form of hate.
     
  18. UrbanNinja

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    We just passed the castle doctrine here in PA as well. Less then a month ago.
     
  19. BigByrd47119

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    This is a valid point and I agree completely. I wouldn't kill someone I liked unless I ended up hating them :).

    The purpose of "hate crime" punishments is simply to discourage crimes committed for factors such as race, religion, or sexual preference. The problem is that there are major double-standards in these laws when it comes to their application, and the public accepts them. That is the fault within society, not the law itself.

    Just my opinion.
     
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  20. quigleysharps4570

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    That's what they all need to start doing. ;)