Imagine your son was beaten and robbed of his belongings -- including his clothes -- then turned away at nearby convenient store where he begged for help.
That was the experience of Jon Vincenzo whose 16-year-old son was attacked by three black males last month.
Arrests were reported yesterday in the attack that occurred August 9, 2014, in North Ridgeville, Ohio near Cleveland.
The assailants were arrested after arrogantly boasting of the crime on Facebook.
For generations groups of black thugs have targeted vulnerable white people for assault and robbery. The phenomenon is ignored by the media because it does not fit the false narrative that whites are brutal racists and non-white are their victims.
As usual the racial aspect was ignored by the local media (one news report referred to the black attackers as 'a group of guys') and the story was ignored by the national media.
From our news source we read:
-18-year-old Derrick Foster has been charged with aggravated robbery, felonious assault, theftContinue reading ►
-18-year-old Donte Dower has been charged with aggravated robbery, felonious assault, theft
-18-year-old Marcus Kimbrough has been charged with complicity to aggravated robbery, complicity to felonious assault, complicity to theft
A 17-year-old male from Lorain will also be referred to Juvenile Court for felonious assault in connection with the incident.
Vincenzo still cannot believe what was done to his son.
"He was hurt pretty bad. I mean, of course, it's frustrating," said Vincenzo. "I talk about it, and you touch my skin, it's probably pretty hot."
The attackers were arrested after they bragged about it on Facebook.
The victim's shoes were found and later returned. Vincenzo persuaded his son to put them back on after they were washed, as part of his therapeutic recovery.
"It was symbolic, like 'I can get over this.' And he will get over it. He is a strong kid mentally," said Vincenzo. "He is wearing them now."
The teen will not need reconstructive surgery as originally thought.
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