News reports say a Panera restaurant manager punched a former employee moments after she quit.
The reports say the woman threw a bag of chips on the floor. Some say the woman threw the first punch and the manager was defending himself.
If a police officer had punched her, the media would be demanding he be lynched and apologists for black violence would be complaining that he used excessive force.
In this case the manager was reportedly fired.
The tussle was not widely reported by the national Mainstream media because black-on-black violence doesn't occur in their make-believe, cultural Marxism world of white privilege and black victimhood.
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The incident occurred in New York City and was reported July 9, 2015.
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A New York City Panera Bread manager is caught on camera, smacking a female employee.
The witness who shot the video says the worker had just quit in the middle of her shift. Police say the woman threw a bag of chips on the floor and yelled at the manager.
Witnesses told police the woman was the first to throw a punch and that the manager was acting in self defense.
According to Panera, both employees have been terminated and the company is working with police in their investigation.
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