NYPD and Village Voice Both Say, ‘Don’t Believe Your Lyin’ Eyes and Your Lyin’ Migraines: There is No Knockout Game in New York’
December 05, 2013, 06:03 PM
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This is the earliest of the counter-intelligence postings I’ve found, denying that the so-called Knockout Game is being carried out in New York City. Note that the sophistry using the term “trend,” which has since taken off, apparently originated not with the media, but with a member of the NYPD Liars’ Squad, Sgt. Brendan Ryan.

Anytime you read, “Don’t believe the hype,” expect to be told bald-faced lies. The phrase was the title of a propaganda tome by racist black writer, Farai Chideya.

I’ve been reporting on black staredowns/sucker punch attacks since circa 1992, and this sort of media-law enforcement deception since at least 1996.

“On Tuesday, the New York Post published an inflammatory editorial by Thomas Sowell…”[Thugs target Jews in sick ‘knockout’ game, November 19, 2013]

How was it “inflammatory”? The truth is not inflammatory; it simply is. On the other hand, racially demagogic lies are extremely inflammatory.

“The same talking points were regurgitated verbatim on Hannity that day.”

Again, they weren’t talking points, they were truths. The Voice, etc. aren’t going to get this toothpaste back in the tube, no matter how loudly and long they scream their lies.

Don't Believe the Hype:

There is No "Knockout"

Trend, NYPD Says

By Tessa Stuart

Thu., Nov. 21 2013 at 11:30 A.M.

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NYPD: Videos of knockouts circulating online did not originate in New York.

On Wednesday, Ray Kelly told reporters the NYPD had assigned extra officers to Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood after at least seven attacks were reported, each fitting a similar profile. A single victim, targeted by a larger group, punched or smacked in the head. The victims who have reported the crimes are mostly white and Jewish. The suspects are all black teens.

[At least she admitted that the attackers were all black; I’ll give her that much.]

Today, the NYPD is saying the media has manufactured a trend where there is none.

On Tuesday, the New York Post published an inflammatory editorial by Thomas Sowell, a senior fellow at Stanford University's conservative think tank the Hoover Institution.

Sowell writes, "[A]uthorities in New York seem to have been caught by surprise, even though this knockout game has been played for years by young black gangs in other cities and other states, against people besides Jews — the victims being either whites in general or people of Asian ancestry."

The problem, he concludes, is that the mainstream media has suppressed the story.

"Sometimes, the attacks are reported, but only as isolated attacks by unspecified 'teens' or 'young people' against unspecified victims, without any reference to the racial makeup of the attackers or the victims — and with no mention of racial epithets by the young hoodlums exulting in their own 'achievement.'"

The same talking points were regurgitated verbatim on Hannity that day.

Fox anchors Bill O'Reilly and Greta Van Susteren also did segments on "the knockout game" this week.

"The media is calling it a 'knockout game,'" Sgt. Brendan Ryan said Thursday. "They are assaults and not 'knockouts.'"

[No; the racist black attackers are calling it a “knockout game.”]

With the exception of this one, the videos of attacks being shown on the news did not take place in New York.

[So, is she denying the attacks have been committed in New York City?]

"We have not seen such a trend in New York City, but any assault or harassment complainant based upon the injury sustained to the victim will be investigated. Any bias overtones will be referred to our Hate Crimes Task Force for investigation," Ryan said.

[That’s a damned lie. White victims who have no political protection, unlike the Orthodox Jews being advocated for by Dov Hikind, will get no justice.]

The knockout game has been well-documented in other cities though, including St. Louis. The Voice's sister paper, the Riverfront Times published an award-winning investigation on the trend there back in 2011, "The Knockout King."