The 15-year-old set a fire on the top deck of a bus forcing the passengers to evacuate. The destruction of the upper deck resulted in thousands of dollars in damages.
The incident was captured on security video March 17, 2015.
• While not all blacks behave like African savages, violent crime caused by young black males is disproportionately higher than other people groups.
• Jim Crow laws were enacted in parts of the United States to protect white people from violent black crime.
• Violent black behavior is universal and points to a genetic rather than a societal cause. Most young black males in Britain are migrants or descended from recent migrants. Ostensibly, they were allowed entry into the West as refugees escaping violence in their home countries. In reality many have imported violence.
• If readers are aware of a white migrant to Africa setting fire to a bus, please post a link in the comment section below.
From BirminghamMail.co.uk we read:
A teenager from Birmingham has been charged with arson in connection with a fire that gutted the top deck of a bus in the city.
The 15-year-old, from Erdington, was charged with arson with intent to danger life after handing himself into a police station on Thursday.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was bailed to appear before Birmingham Youth Court on April 10.
The fire was started and took hold on the rear seat of the upper deck of the number 904 National Express West Midlands bus in Erdington at around 4pm on March 17
Passengers were evacuated, as fire crews raced to the High Street, but the top deck was destroyed causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.
Police had released CCTV footage of a suspect following the incident.
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