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October 5, 2015 -- The maximum sentence for beating a man to death is 15 months incarceration.

The light sentence is due to a failed justice system in New York that allows young black thugs to expect minimal punishment for randomly attacking citizens without provocation.

51-year-old Michael Daniels was beaten to death by a 15-year-old black thug for the amusement of his friends.

The attack was unprovoked.

Daniels was walking to catch a bus in Syracuse, NY after mowing a lawn for his former landlord. The teens spotted Daniels and attacked.

The sentencing was reported August 21, 2015.

• Referring to black thugs as "black thugs" is considered "racist" by some. Oddly, they don't consider a mob of young black thugs beating a white man to death to be racist.

• Apologists for black crime are typically white liberals who view themselves as beneficiaries of the discredited white privilege concept. Hypocritically, these privileged white liberals avoid black neighborhoods, preferring to dwell in white-dominated communities far removed from the culture of violence that took the life of a hard-working man.

Meanwhile, they stigmatize those who expose black-on-white racism as "racists."

That is in keeping with the strategy of Karl Marx who advised his followers to "Accuse others of what you do."

The most deadly racist hate movement in the nation is the conspiracy of consensus against the nation's white majority. To place that reality in perceptive, imagine a mob of feral white teens attacking 51-year-old black man; then consider the media firestorm that would ensue.

Of course, such white-on-black attacks never occur (outside Hollywood and revisionist history). However, black-on-white 'black-pack' attacks are epidemic.

To read more documented occurrences of black-pack attacks, click here ►

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Daniels was standing alone on the corner of West Brighton Avenue and Cannon Street when he was approached by at least two teenagers and beaten to death. Several witnesses testified that around seven or eight teenagers were present during the incident, and that the beating happened after someone suggested the group play a street game called "knockout."

A 13-year-old co-defendant in the case has pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and is expected to be sentenced next week.

"Mr. Daniels not only lost his life, but he was attacked without provocation," Hanuszczak said. He said no testimony given at trial offered "a shred of insight or explanation" as to why Daniels was killed. He called the crime "senseless."

"No one should have to fear being beaten to death as they are standing on a street corner minding their own business," he concluded.

Hanuszczak ordered that the 16-year-old not be given credit for the time he has served at the Hillbrook Juvenile Detention Facility while awaiting his trial and sentence.

The judge also mandated that the boy serve his time in a "secure" detention facility -- the most restrictive available option. Those facilities are managed by the state Office of Children and Family Services.

An OCFS intake specialist attended today's hearing, and explained in court that the teenager will be transported to a "reception" facility in Brooklyn within the next two weeks. He will then undergo a series of tests, including psychological and psychiatric examinations, to help determine his risk level and the appropriate state facility to best treat his needs.

The boy's defense attorney, Jimmy Meggesto, said after court that he plans to file an appeal.

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  1. Thug needed the death penalty, but NY would rather harass law-abiding gun owners instead.