The woman was held captive for three hours while she was raped and robbed by the two.
Police suspect the attack was not random. That suggests the attackers had stalked their victim and planned their assault. White people who notice blacks in their neighborhood are typically ridiculed as paranoid and racist. Reality -- such this incident -- argues to the contrary.
The first suspect is described as a 5-foot-11 black man in his mid-20s with a light complexion, thin build, small goatee and various tattoos on his neck.
The second is described as a 5-foot-9 black man in his mid-20s, with a dark complexion, who was bald and clean-shaven.
Living in or near communities with substantial black populations places one in imminent danger.
Northeast Philadelphia is a middle-class suburban area that has traditionally been the site of white flight as people of European descent attempted to escape the crime, depravity, and blight of urban areas. Government agents took note and the area became a target of forced school busing to remedy racial imbalances.
The area has also been the site of Republican led efforts at secession as resident wearied of punitive city taxes that underwrote Philadelphia's social programs. Efforts establishing the area as a new Liberty County, however, failed in the state Senate.
Leftists say the area enjoys a great racial balance than ever before, though the term 'enjoy' would like be lost on the woman who was raped earlier this week.
Multiculturalism is portrayed as a moral imperative by cultural Marixism. Violent crimes against whites is not considered a valid reason for segregation.
The attack took place in the St. Ives Apartments in Northeast Philadelphia on Monday, April 14, 2014.
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