3 Blacks Pummel 13-year-old White boy on Bus





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Published on Aug 13, 2013

You may have heard about the 13-year-old White boy who was brutally beaten on a school bus by 3 Black male youths.

Why? Reportedly because the White boy told on the Black teens for trying to sell drugs.

And in court the father of one of the black teens testified that his son is sorry for participating in the beating.

But Julian McKnight qualifies his remarks by blame shifting saying, "My son got mixed up with bad people," and adding that his son already "had his consequences." And the Florida Dept. of Juvenile Justice agreed, recommending probation.

Huh? Getting caught by cell phone video is enough of a consequence? No other punishment is needed? And probation is supposed to help? So what deterrent is there from this happening again? The risk of getting probation? That's like saying, "Come rob our bank and we'll give you probation if you get caught and you get to keep thousands of dollars if you get away clean."

And why didn't the school bus driver intervene? Get this: He said he was afraid to get involved.

So, let's see. We shouldn't get involved to break up Black on White fights, and we shouldn't have any of the guilty Black youths pay any price--beyond the inconvenience of getting caught!

What if this were the other way around? If these were 3 White boys beating the living daylights out of one Black 13-year-old who merely was trying to stop a drug deal, the Black youth would likely be a hero in eyes of the mainstream media and in of course in the eyes of liberal Black leaders.

But WND.com reported that there is one African American leader who is denouncing his fellow Black peers. Former Florida Congressman Alan Allen West sharply chided Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton for their shameful silence regarding this attack of a White youth after being ubiquitous in their criticism of George Zimmerman.

My question is: Where is the basic sense of fair play of news reporters, politicians and Black leaders? And who do any Americans take any of them seriously? ...and view more videos on our website at: http://Clean.TV


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