Scenes of black savages hiding in the dark shadows of the African jungle, laying in wait for unsuspecting white travelers embarked on a safari are familiar to those of us old enough to recall when Tarzan movies were common fare on Saturday afternoon TV.
Similar scenes were played out in the concrete jungle of New Orleans this week where black teens hid in the night shadows awaiting white travelers on bicycles. The savage mobs would pounce on the unsuspecting riders, beat them, steal their stuff, and make off with their bicycles.
Unlike the black-and-white Tarzan movies, the scenes in New Orleans were real life and in living blood-red color.
Two of the savage attacks were captured on security video cameras.
From our source we read:
Two suspects were arrested in connection with a pair of armed robberies that occurred about 15 minutes apart early Sunday morning in the French Quarter, New Orleans police said. Clifton Nelson and Denzel Parker, both 17, were arrested in St. Roch about an hour after the robberies took place. Other suspects were also involved in the robberies, police said.
|Victim seen walking alone.|
|Victim (upper left) approached by savages.|
|Victim (lower right) attempts to flee.|
After the arrest, the robbery victims identified Nelson and Parker as being members of the group of young men who attacked them, police said. A juvenile was also apprehended for a curfew violation.
Police released video of the group of young men walking away from one of the robbery scenes.
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Here's a report of another, earlier attack on a bicyclist in New Orleans ►
Yet another concrete jungle-savage attack occurred in Philadelphia last week ►
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