Black Mobs Terrorize One of ‘Whitest Big Cities’

Colin Flaherty, World Net Daily, July 8, 2012

It has been called one of America’s “whitest big cities”—with 66 percent of residents describing themselves as non-Hispanic white in the 2010 census—but it is not immune to black-mob attacks on a pregnant woman, veterans, the elderly, young people, homosexuals, Asians and others.

Seattle has “fewer problems with racism than other cities,” said the blog So Seattle. “Ethnic tensions … seem less tangible.”

While Seattle may not have the day-in, day-out racial violence of a Chicago, or the peculiar racial lawlessness of small-town Peoria, more and more, people are paying attention to the increasingly visible and brutish mayhem black mobs are visiting on their victims.

In 2010, 17-year-old Jessica Redmon-Beckstead—who was pregnant at the time—was riding the bus with her boyfriend when five black women taunted, attacked, kicked, punched and robbed her.

The assailants were laughing the whole time. One even complained about a broken fingernail.

“My girlfriend’s pregnant!” shouted the boyfriend as they punched her and kicked him in the face.

One woman yelled, “We didn’t hit her in the stomach!”

Her retort got a few laughs—and then the violence resumed.

The attack was caught on video and posted by the Seattle Times.

According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the suspects were all riding the bus with free passes from Seattle Public Schools. {snip}

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{snip} Bus rider Gil Costello told the local Fox affiliate, KCPQ, violence on the bus “happens all the time. They just never report it.”

The Fox station reported a few months before that a disabled man was “terrorized” on a bus then punched in the face and knocked out.

Just months ago, an Iraq war veteran in a suburb of Seattle was riding a bus when he confronted several black passengers who were using foul language—including the “N” word.

They attacked him. The Marine veteran fought back and drove them off the bus. The incident was captured on video. The shaken suspects were last seen quickly leaving the bus. No arrests were made.

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Also, there were about 20 black people who participated—or stood by and did nothing—in a beating at the Seattle Metro Bus terminal—all under the gaze of one video camera and three security guards. The recording revealed a lot of kicking and shouting.

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Almost as sensational as the black mob beating up a pregnant teenager is the case of the Seattle teenager who last summer was assaulted and tortured for several hours because he was white and his attackers believed the victim’s ancestors were to blame for slavery.

The victim told KOMO news: “They started bringing up the past—like slavery—being like, white people did this,” Shane said.

The attackers stripped off McClellan’s belt and started whipping his back.

“They said, ‘This is for what your people did to our people.’ They were like whipping me with my belt, my studded belt,” Shane recounted.

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Shane added, “They targeted me for being white, and they made it very clear that’s why they were assaulting me.”

The victim’s father said the attack was nothing short of hours of torture.

“Put a gun to the back of his head and told him if he said anything they were going to blow his head off while they sat there and burned him with cigarettes on the back of the neck,” he said.

Both were arrested, convicted and sentenced—one to seven years, the other to five years and nine months. One was black, and the other was Asian. They said they were sorry.

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