DAILYKENN.com -- I recall the day a cat strayed onto the majority-black high school campus where I attended 50 years ago. The outcome was nearly the same. The differences: There were more than five "teens" who butchered the cat and, to my recollection, the cat in 1968 was not torched.
Such is the culture of village-raised feral savages. It explains why privileged white liberals form their apologetics for black crime from white neighborhoods.
"Yeah. So what. It's only a stray cat. They'd never do such a thing to humans!"
Actually, black-on-white crime is epidemic.
Google the search term South Africa farm murders. Then click on images.
From wbaltv.com ▼
Baltimore police are investigating a case of animal cruelty involving a cat.
City police said a group of people were caught on surveillance video assaulting and lighting a cat on fire around 4:30 p.m. Dec. 16 in the 5100 block of Harford Road in northeast Baltimore.
Animal Control was called to the scene, where the cat was pronounced dead.
Police have posted the video on YouTube. Viewers are warned that some may consider the video to be graphic.
A resident told 11 News that she saw the assault and called 911. She said groups of teens have been terrorizing her block, spray-painting garages and breaking into an unoccupied home.
"I have fear, even though they're teenagers, when I come across them or see them, I just feel something inside," the woman said.
This private surveillance camera recorded the torture and now Baltimore police have the footage.
"I saw five kids out in the back. They were poking a cat right next to my property with sticks, cigarette lighters and they threw a cinder block onto the cat, and I was like 'Oh my god,'" she said.
"Beating a cat, stabbing a cat and, of course, while the cat was still alive, they set it on fire and they really thought it was quite amusing," said Baltimore Police spokesman Det. Donny Moses.
Baltimore police are working to identify five people.
"People like this, no matter how old or how young, they need to be taken off the streets and dealt with," Moses said.
"I don't know where their parents are and I think they're partly responsible," the resident said.
She's hoping someone can help police identify the five people wanted for killing the cat.
"When they start killing animals, next they start killing people," the resident said.
"Without that footage, we would be nowhere. Having that footage is everything to us and we are 100 percent sure that we're going to find out who these guys are and we will arrest them," Moses said.
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