DAILYKENN.com -- The knock out game is neither new, nor has it gone away. Assaulting soft-target white people for amusement has been part of black culture for generations.
On rare occasion, the mainstream Marxist media will take note.
In Bayonne, New Jersey a 66-year-old white man was punched twice in the head. The attacker admitted to police that he attacked the older man because the victim is white.
From nj.com we read:
A Newark man has been accused of punching a 66-year-old man in the head twice and telling police officers that he carried out the assault because the victim is white, according to police.
At around 8:16 a.m. last Wednesday, Pedro J. Figueroa, 28, approached the man at 31st Street and Broadway in Bayonne and initially asked for directions before punching the victim in the head twice, police said yesterday.
The 66-year-old Bayonne resident tried to escape the attack and was chased in and out of traffic on Broadway until he ran into the Lighthouse Restaurant at Broadway and 31st Street, police said.
At that point, police were called and Figueroa fled the scene before officers apprehended him at 24th Street and Avenue C, according to police.
Police said the victim positively identified Figueroa as the man who punched him. Figueroa then told officers he assaulted the 66-year-old because the victim is Caucasian.
The victim declined to receive medical attention, according to police.
Figueroa, who has been charged with simple assault and bias intimidation, was taken to the Hudson County jail in Kearny on a $25,000 bail with a 10 percent option.
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