Reader-researcher Jerry writes,
I saw a news report yesterday evening that had more details to this story.
What happened was: A group of "people" tried to pass a bad check as a convenience store. The clerk refused to accept it. They left and came back with a gun and forced the clerk to apologize. He apologized and they viciously beat him anyways.
The below link refers to this story but offers no details. The TV news reports I saw last night gave no description of the perps. Just looking at the details of what happened I can guess at the "description". I will bet anyone any amount of money I'm right.
It says in this newspaper item that the police have released no details, though there were more details on the TV news report, of course the reporters were on the spot interviewing the clerk but they didn't ask him to describe the attackers. I'm not sure what's going on here but when the news and police are being shifty about details like this it always involves black perps.
You have violent attackers with a gun running around and our "boys in blue" and "watchdog media" are more concerned with protecting the sacred cow of racial political correctness than public safety. It's like a broken record, happens over and over.
P.S. Because the store was called Jesusito Market, the victim was likely Hispanic.
And here's the story
Reported assault at North Portland business under investigation
By Everton Bailey Jr. | email@example.com
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on August 12, 2013 at 10:11 P.M., updated August 12, 2013 at 10:13 P.M.
Police are investigating an assault reported at a North Portland market Monday.
The incident was reported about 8:50 p.m. at Jesusito Market at 7000 N. Interstate Ave., and a male employee was injured.
Details of what caused the incident and descriptions of any suspects have not been released.
Anyone with information is asked to call Portland police.
— Everton Bailey Jr.
Thanks, Everton Bailey Jr. You whited out the gun, the mob, and the descriptions. Why bother “reporting” at all? This is the journalistic equivalent of a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich without the bacon, lettuce, or tomato. There's just two slices of bread, and not even any mayo. My reader gave me more meat than you did!
I guess that gives you something to brag about, at the next National Association of Black Journalists convention!
Skeptical readers, take note: In Volunteer Slavery, Jill Nelson’s account of her travails as an overpaid, privileged, affirmative action writer at the Washington Post, working for “white boys” like Ben Bradlee, she bragged about engaging in such racially-motivated deception.