Six teens arrested recently in the Cincinnati suburb of North College Hill for beating 45-year-old Pat Mahaney reportedly told police they ambushed the man because they were bored.

Mahaney, who was walking to his mother’s home when he was blindsided by the group of teens and left unconscious, spent four days in intensive care. One of the attackers allegedly threw a beer can at Mahaney’s head. Mahaney is reportedly unemployed and lacks health insurance.

WND has reported the pattern of black-on-white violence across the country.

Now the Cincinnati Enquirer reports local police were shocked at the behavior of the juveniles after their arrest.

“They were pretty arrogant in the interview with us,” said North College Hill Police Chief Gary Foust. “This appears to be premeditated and there was no remorse on behalf of the assailants.”

WND obtained records of activity from the Facebook page of one of the young assailants. Lamont Champion, 13 and heavily tattooed, wrote after a report of the attack was featured on local news: “MAN WE WAS JUST ON THE NEWS FOE HITTIN DAT MAN OMG BRA WE BOUT TO GET SUM TIME WE WAS ON DA NEWS IDK WADD TO DO MAN D— I GOT TO MUCH S— PLANNED AN ON MY MINE (LMS) TO PRAY FOE US.”

His comment received 50 “likes.”

Champion also commented on Facebook after his release from jail: “FINALLY MAN IM OUT BRA I GOT COURT DOE IDK WEN BUT I DO HOPE DEY AINT GNE PUT ME IN DER FOE AH MIN… IM SALTY DEY SNITCHED ON ME J****** D**** DEY ALL SAID U DID MAN….. [name redacted]”

Read more here.


Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.


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