Vietnamese man beaten by racist Blacks in Georgia





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Uploaded on May 25, 2011

A young man pounded to a pulp as his attackers yelled racial slurs.



Davis Do was attacked outside McDonough's Soho bar earlier this month. He went there with his girlfriend to celebrate his 22nd birthday, but the couple never made it inside. Do was surrounded and beaten by a group of men who left him bloody and unconscious, his girlfriend said.

"We thought he was dead," Do's girlfriend Gloria Harvey said.

McDONOUGH, Ga. - McDonough police have arrested four young men in connection with a violent attack that happened outside a bar in the Henry County city.

The four men surrendered Monday. One more suspect is not yet in custody.

McDonough police arrested Joshua Rashad Berry, 19, Mondarius Head, 19, Montez Quendarius McKibben, 20, and Oreterro Chanez Watson, 19, all of Jackson, on charges of aggravated assault.

Investigators say the suspects all played football at Jackson High School in Butts County. Several of them are now playing college football.

Authorities say their high school football coach played a key role in persuading the suspects to surrender.

The victim, 22-year-old Davis Do, was attacked while celebrating his birthday with his girlfriend. He suffered a broken jaw and other injuries, and was hospitalized for several days.

Do will undergo another medical procedure tomorrow.

The suspects all face aggravated battery and affray charges. The men who have surrendered are expected to appear in court Tuesday.

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