Thuggery addendum… in black and white


White teen returns home after brutal beating by blacks

And not a word about hate crime….

Carter Strange returned home this week.
The State (via Gateway Pundit) reported:

Carter Strange, savagely beaten in Five Points last week by a group of youths, is back home with his parents in the Hollywood-Rose Hill neighborhood.

Strange can walk and talk but faces a long recovery due to severe injuries to his face and head. Doctors operated to remove a blood clot from his brain. Now, he must take special care not to jolt his head; on the right side, a 3-inch gash is closed with 15 staples.

A slender young man – about 6 feet, 2 inches tall and 130 pounds – Strange told a reporter he remembers nothing about the attack. “Pretty much all I remember is the guys finding me,” he said.

“As far as getting around some now, I’m doing fine,” said Strange, who has multiple fractures around his cheek bones and eyes.

…19-year-old Tyheem Henrey was “identified from video surveillance of the incident and implicated by co-defendants,” a warrant in the case says. Henrey, 6 feet, 2 inches tall and 221 pounds, was “punching and kicking” Strange repeatedly, “causing serious life threatening injuries to (the) victim”; (there is no explanation who some faces are obscured.)


Closed circuit TV cameras caught the attackers as they walked around Columbia, South Carolina, late on Monday night. (Daily Mail)

The preceding what brought to you by our first “post-racial president” who refuses to prosecute blacks for voter intimidation, fraud and though he has time to broadcast his March Madness picks on national TV, has made no statement about intentional racial violence against a skinny white boy.

But then we know who the boy here is.

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About Gary Alexander

Volunteer coordinator for veterans support network in North Texas. Now retired from his private psychotherapy practice, I specialized in the diagnosis and treatment posttraumatic stress, working with victim assistance programs, veterans and the Veterans Administration for over 20 years. After being wounded in action in Vietnam, I was medically retired from the Marine Corps and know first hand many of the readjustment difficulties and psychological stresses experienced by today's OIF and OEF veterans. I am available, at minimal cost, to speak at your functions on several subjects including veterans issues, Vietnam, the Medal of Honor, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and critical incident debriefings.
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