Coming Soon to Easton?

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#2 Mar 12, 2013
Dittos from Brad:“The cops have a great job in downtown Indy. In fact too good, they have chased these gutter rats out to Castelton. We went to the mall last weekend, these animals were everywhere. These animals have no fear of the police. They know that the cops wont do anything except to put them on a bus or call their parents.”

Brandon Booher is the general manager at Great American Cookies at the mall. He said it has been dangerous there a long time.“I work in Castleton Square. It’s not safe to shop at the mall on the weekend.”

Some in Indianapolis get quite unhappy with anyone who notices the mobs are made up exclusively of black people:

“Why do white people assume they are better than everyone?” said one anonymous poster.“You guys are no better than anyone and you need to get off your d*** high horse it’s 2013 get over the racist bulls***. This is why American whites are so hated.”

Deborah Bova says,“It infuriates me that racial slurs are slung; the mall kids are all out of control and nothing about color or ethnicity is necessary.”

Donald Walker says that anyone who reports on the racial quality of the violence is a “racist jerk. Nowhere in the article did it say those involved in the fight were black. You just assumed it because white kids would never get in a fight. I’m so sick of suburban self-righteousness I could puke.”

Eyewitness accounts and even the limited videos from local news stations would not agree with Walker.

For an area that prides itself on a bucolic, almost country, lifestyle, closer to Andy of Mayberry than Boys in the Hood, Indianapolis is still trying to figure out why it is a center of so much black mob violence.

For the last 10 years, much of the black mob violence was centered downtown, often connected to the Indiana Black Expo, which local media said was “inescapably tied” to violence.

Al Sharpton visited Indianapolis in 2010 to call for more racial justice and a “house cleaning” in the city’s police department.

Last year, the mayor appointed Rick Hite, a black police officer from Baltimore, as the new chief. He said his department has a zero tolerance policy for violence downtown. And that Indianapolis needs more gun control.

Others say Indianapolis has a lot of racial problems.

“Racial disparities have deprived people of color of their most basic civil rights, making criminal-justice reform the civil rights issue of our time,” said one anonymous poster to a local website.“Through mass imprisonment and the overrepresentation of individuals of color within the criminal justice and prison system, people of color have experienced an adverse impact on themselves and on their communities from barriers to reintegrating into society to engaging in the democratic process. Eliminating the racial disparities inherent to our nation’s criminal-justice policies and practices must be at the heart of a renewed, refocused, and reenergized movement for racial justice in America.”

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#3 Mar 12, 2013
Abdul Hakim-Shabazz is an Indianapolis attorney and community activist who has heard it all before. Writing in Indiana Barrister, Hakim Shabazz says it is time to take off the blinders and confront the racial roots of the violence and lawlessness in Indianapolis.

Indianapolis, you have a problem. Your problem is young, black men who are out of control … It’s time to step up and start making examples out of people. Decent citizens black and white should not have to live in fear of urban terrorists. The elderly man who marched for civil rights in the 1950s and 60s should not have to live in fear because some Robin Hoodlum doesn’t know how to honor the social contract. Young people who are trying to do the right thing, shouldn’t have to live in fear because a bunch of cast extras from a Spike Lee film don’t know how to behave. And I shouldn’t have to write blog posts like this because young black men act like social predators and terrorize the very neighborhoods they live in.

Matthew Tully writes a column for the Indianapolis Star. On Twitter, he said the latest mall violence is no surprise to him. That why Indianapolis need to have a “frank” discussion about …. gun control.

Rev. Charles Harrison of the Ten Point Coalition, fresh from a recent meeting with Vice President Biden on gun control, also said the violence was no surprise to him because the people involved in the lawless behavior needed somewhere to go.

Harrison said his group and the police were focusing on the downtown last weekend.“We are in one location and they tend to move to another,” Harrison told News 8.“And we knew that eventually, that was going to happen in Castleton.”

And, he says, until there are more social programs, the violence will continue.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/its-scuffle-with-d...

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#4 Mar 12, 2013
Abdul Hakim-Shabazz is an Indianapolis attorney and community activist who has heard it all before. Writing in Indiana Barrister, Hakim Shabazz says it is time to take off the blinders and confront the racial roots of the violence and lawlessness in Indianapolis.

Indianapolis, you have a problem. Your problem is young, black men who are out of control … It’s time to step up and start making examples out of people. Decent citizens black and white should not have to live in fear of urban terrorists. The elderly man who marched for civil rights in the 1950s and 60s should not have to live in fear because some Robin Hoodlum doesn’t know how to honor the social contract. Young people who are trying to do the right thing, shouldn’t have to live in fear because a bunch of cast extras from a Spike Lee film don’t know how to behave. And I shouldn’t have to write blog posts like this because young black men act like social predators and terrorize the very neighborhoods they live in.

Matthew Tully writes a column for the Indianapolis Star. On Twitter, he said the latest mall violence is no surprise to him. That why Indianapolis need to have a “frank” discussion about …. gun control.

Rev. Charles Harrison of the Ten Point Coalition, fresh from a recent meeting with Vice President Biden on gun control, also said the violence was no surprise to him because the people involved in the lawless behavior needed somewhere to go.

Harrison said his group and the police were focusing on the downtown last weekend.“We are in one location and they tend to move to another,” Harrison told News 8.“And we knew that eventually, that was going to happen in Castleton.”

And, he says, until there are more social programs, the violence will continue.
Enzyte Bob

Blacklick, OH

#5 Mar 12, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
For the last 10 years, much of the black mob violence was centered downtown, often connected to the Indiana Black Expo, which local media said was “inescapably tied” to violence.
As WA said to me when I was commenting on the thugs at the casino, the answer is the same ... "Follow the money."

Hugh Victor Thompson III

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#6 Mar 12, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
As WA said to me when I was commenting on the thugs at the casino, the answer is the same ... "Follow the money."
...and the white chicks.

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