Recent updates report Richard Fletcher was in critical condition and in a medically induced coma. He has since been released from the hospital.
WBALtv.com reports a GoFundMe.com page has been established to assist Fletcher pay his medical bills.
• The media was not specific about the two fighting girls. Frequently black-on-white attacks -- such as a black teen girl attacking a white teen girl -- are referred to as "fights" when in reality they are brutal racist hate attacks.
• Cultural Marxism would have us believe American history is replete with white mobs attacking innocent blacks. In reality the opposite is true. This revisionist history continues as the national media ignores brutal black-on-white attacks. I call it, "real time revisionism."
• Privileged white liberals rage at websites such as DailyKenn.com for bringing horrific racist attacks to the forefront of the nation's attention. They use pejoratives such as "racist" and "bigot" to dehumanize us. Note, however, that most of the arrogant and privileged white liberals live in Jim Crow white neighborhoods, far removed from areas where people like Richard Fletcher live in a constant state of fear.
• The local media declined to inform us that the 'teens' were black and their victim was white. Images of the victim and a screen shot of a security video revealed the truth about the racist attack. The media routinely profiles by genders (the two fighting were females) and age (the attackers were teens and their victim was 61 years old) but insane political correctness compels the media to omit the important detail about race.
The mainstream Marxist media reinforce the myth that whites (bourgeois) oppress blacks (proletariat).
• Some ask, "Where are these kids' parents?"
The answer is: They have no parents.
The 'teens' have biological mothers and fathers, but they are raised by the village and spend their lives in neighborhood families of peers. Most live with their biological mothers who are little more than distracted foster parents.
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April 28 update:
A Dundalk community is on edge after a large group, mostly made up of juveniles from a nearby school, viciously beat a man almost to death.
It happened just before 1 p.m. Wednesday in the 500 block of 45th Street in the Harbor View area. So far, police have made two arrests in the case -- both juveniles. One will be tried as a juvenile, the other an adult.
Residents said there has been an ongoing problem with students leaving nearby Baltimore Community High School, and that something needs to be done.
Police, friends and family said two girls, who witnesses describe as students from the nearby Baltimore Community High School, were fighting near a green pickup truck that belongs to 61-year-old Richard Fletcher.
Police said Fletcher tried to break up the fight but was then attacked by other juveniles and adults, some of them students at the school, who were watching the fight.
Fletcher spent several days in a coma.
"You wouldn't believe it. Everybody goes in the house and shuts their door. You have to live like a prisoner. But when I came down and seen that man, it made you totally sick," a resident said.
Residents who asked not to be identified said they are now fearful for their lives and property, saying it can be utter chaos when the school lets out for the day.
A business owner who has surveillance video of the attack said he has received death threats from students and their friends.
On Monday, there was a noticeable police presence, both from the city and the county, in the neighborhood.
WBAL-TV 11 News contacted Baltimore City school officials but they declined to comment.
According to the school's website, Baltimore Community High School is a second-chance school serving students who are between the ages of 14 to 21.
Attempts to reach Fletcher were unsuccessful. Friends and family said he is too scared to even answer the door to his home.
The Harbor View Community Association is planning a public forum Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the school to discuss the problems.
Friends and family have started a fundraising page online to cover Fletcher's medical bills.
Police say more arrests are pending.
April 27 report:
A Dundalk man attacked by a large group of kids as he tried to break up a fight Wednesday has been released from the hospital.
Police have arrested one juvenile in the case and more arrests are expected.
"This is not a simple fistfight. This is a brutal assault," Baltimore County police Cpl. John Wachter said.
Baltimore County police said officers were called just before 1 p.m. Wednesday to the 500 block of 45th Street in Dundalk, where a 61-year-old man noticed two girls fighting near his truck. He went outside to break up the fight and then was attacked by a large group of juveniles who were watching.
"He simply wanted the girls to stop fighting, wanted the juveniles to move away from his car and he was brutally attacked," Wachter said.
Joe Lamb, who owns a business next door to the victim's home, caught the whole act on his surveillance camera.
"It has gotten out of hand now, gone too far," Lamb said.
While he couldn't give 11 News permission to show the video because police asked him not to, he did share a still photo that shows a bunch of juveniles rushing the scene.
"He had to get blood transfusion, (had) blood on his brain, stitches (on his) face and nose and broken ribs," Lamb said.
The victim was in critical condition in a medically induced coma Friday, but 11 News learned Monday that he has been released from the hospital.
Witnesses said a majority of the students involved in the beating came from Baltimore Community High School, which is near the scene. The witnesses said they feared something like this was bound to happen sooner or later.
"The kids walk on top of cars, kick dogs, let dogs out, throw trash, steal milk from school and throw it at houses, threaten neighbors with bodily harm," Lamb said.
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