Knockout Game fueled by ‘Holder effect’?

When Barack Obama – the son of a black father and white mother – was elected president in 2008, many hailed it as a monumental step forward for racial reconciliation in the U.S.

But five years into his presidency, is the Obama White House actually making racial tensions worse?

That’s the charge of Russ Vaughn, who posits in an American Thinker commentary that Attorney General Eric Holder’s treatment of the “Knockout Game” phenomenon is revealing the White House’s racial agenda is more concerned with retribution than reconciliation.

“The Obama administration and the Holder Justice Department are deliberately disinclined to prosecute hate crimes where blacks are the perpetrators and whites are the victims,” Vaughn writes. “It is becoming increasingly disturbing that it is not just the Obama administration and the brown-nosed media that have attempted to sweep this new criminal activity under the rug, but [also] local police departments. It’s happening all over the country, and not just in the major urban centers. I call this racialization of the law and criminality the Holder Effect, for it was the relatively new attorney general who famously announced that his Justice Department would side with ‘his people.’”

Vaughn’s column alludes to the Knockout Game, a violent trend wherein young thugs deliver unsuspecting victims a single blow to the head in an attempt to “knock out” the target. Dozens of examples in recent months have shown the Knockout Game is particularly popular among black youths targeting white or Jewish victims.

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Knockout Game: Black Teen Hits Older White Woman For Fun Then Posts Video On Facebook

Brooklyn Man Arrested in Hateful ‘Knockout’ Spree

Racist and Corrupt US Dept. Of Justice Charges White “Knockout” Suspect with Hate Crime While Ignoring Black Mob Violence Country Wide

The Washington Times reported:

Federal authorities said Thursday they have arrested and charged a Texas man in connection with the “knockout game,” accusing him of a hate crime for targeting a black man for a vicious street attack.

Most knockout victims that have appeared in news reports have been white, but the Justice Department said in this instance the victim was a 79-year-old black man, and stepped in with federal charges.

“Suspected crimes of this nature will simply not be tolerated,” said Kenneth Magidson, the U.S. attorney for the southern district of Texas. “Evidence of hate crimes will be vigorously investigated and prosecuted with the assistance of all our partners to the fullest extent of the law.”

The Justice Department said it filed a criminal complaint against 27-year-old Conrad Alvin Barrett on Tuesday and arrested him on Thursday.

According to Justice officials, Mr. Barrett recorded himself on his cellphone attacking the 79-year-old man, laughing and saying “Knockout” as he runs away.
The 79-year-old man had his jaw broken in the Nov. 24 attack.

“The plan is to see if I were to hit a black person, would this be nationally televised?” Mr. Barrett says in the video, according to the authorities.

Meanwhile, dozens of black on white “knockout” attacks are completely ignored by this administration.

Black mob violence blamed on collective ‘mental illness’

Wilmington, Del., has a big problem: Large groups of black people are going crazy.
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And this collective “mental illness” is causing record levels of crime and gun violence in this mostly black town of 70,000.

That is the official diagnosis of the city council, which, by unanimous agreement earlier this month, asked the Centers for Disease Control to investigate a wave of psychological mayhem that has turned this historic and once-charming city into an unrecognizable husk of its former self.

Chief diagnostician of this crisis in public health is city council member Hanifa G.N. Shabazz:

“There is a well known fact that the African-American community here in the United States of America is still suffering from the traumatic syndrome of slavery,” Shabazz said. “That is compounded with the many effects that are happening in today’s society with our young people and the things they are seeing, and there is definitely a shift of mental capacity of their ability to make good decisions. That results in gun violence.”

Shabazz went on to talk about the “mental illness that our young people are suffering in order for our young people to be able to take life so aimlessly.”

She pointed to the recent movie “12 Years a Slave” to illustrate her diagnosis. In one scene, a slave is hung from a tree with a rope around his neck and must stand on his tip-toes for a long period of time to survive. Many people saw the slave in distress but did not help him.

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‘And Wammmmmm’: Teens Randomly Target, Beat Up Senior Citizens

A Fort Myers, Fla., teen was arrested this week for attacking senior citizens.

Traveshia Blanks is charged with two counts of battery in the seemingly random and senseless attacks, according to WBBH-TV.

One 72-year-old victim told the news station he was weeding his garden Tuesday when he was kicked from behind. The victim fell to the ground and said he saw a woman walking away laughing, joining a group of people.

“I was in shock. Who would expect anything from out of the blue to happen like that. There’s no reason had I done something or said something,” the victim told WBBH.

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Black-mob violence flooding Philadelphia

The epidemic of black mob violence against whites – especially the “Knockout Game” in which an unsuspecting victim is hit on the head sometimes hard enough to kill – has been all over the media this week as reporters discover the racially motivated violence on which WND has reported for years.

Still, there are doubters.

“But it’s unclear if the trend even exists,” stated in a report today on a video of a suspect attacking a 23-year-old man on a train, apparently in an attempt to steal a phone.

“Passengers rushed in to help the victim. It’s not clear if the incident was a case of a so-called ‘knockout’ attack some media are reporting as a trend, or a robbery gone violent,” the report said.

The suspect was described as a bearded black male with a two-tone gray jacket, tan pants, sneakers and a black skull cap.

“The attack is similar to what’s being reported as part of a so-called ‘knockout’ game trend, whereby innocent bystanders are attacked from behind,” the report said.

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Black Mob Game ‘Knockout’ Targeting Strangers May be Spreading

A terrifying new ‘game’ that’s already caused deaths in Syracuse, St. Louis and New Jersey is sweeping the nation, and it preys upon unsuspecting people walking the streets, anywhere.

A recent report from New York-based CBS 2 shed light on the growing trend, displaying unsettling footage of teens participating in this game – which goes by the name ‘Knockout’ – and involves randomly targeting passersby, with the ultimate goal being to knock them out with one punch as they walk by.

One victim shown in the footage was 46-year-old Ralph Santiago of Hoboken, N.J., who was found dead with his neck broken and head lodged between iron fence posts, according to

Video surveillance shows Santiago walking in an alleyway in broad daylight, and just as he’s about to pass a pack of teenagers, one launches the fatal, knockout blow.

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Alabama Crimson Tide and the Knockout Game

It was just another Knockout Game except for one thing: The assailants in this black mob were all members of Alabama’s national championship football team.

The rules for the Knockout Game are simple: First, start with a crowd of black people. Then, find a white person. Beat him until he is unconscious. Or until your arms and legs get tired. Repeat as desired. Some people keep score. Others yell “Knockout Game” and laugh.

Victims report hundreds of examples of it around the country over the last three years.

This version took place – twice – late Sunday night on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Samuel Jergens was returning to his dorm when three black men asked if they could borrow a lighter.

That is the last thing he remembers before waking up on the sidewalk, bloody, with head injuries and bruises.

His friend Chris Burks told the campus paper: “His left side of his face was gigantic. The jacket he was wearing and his headphones were completely drenched in blood, the bottom half of his face was completely covered in blood; he was bleeding badly from his lip. He had clearly been badly beaten.”

An hour later, the three members of the Crimson Tide allegedly did it again. Both men were beaten unconscious with “excessive force:” punched and kicked about the body and face, say police reports.

Both students were robbed as well: One losing a backpack with an Apple MacBook computer, the other his wallet.

Police arrested Tyler Hayes, Eddie Williams, Dennis Pettway in connection with the beating, and Brent Calloway for using a debit card stolen during the robbery.

All four are freshman and were among the most heavily recruited high school seniors in the country. Three had extensive playing time this year, Williams was a redshirt. Calloway has a previous arrest for possession of marijuana in the fall of 2011 while he was a redshirt freshman.

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