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October 14, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- A security camera captured a beat-down at a Detroit bowling alley. 




News reports described the suspects, profiling them by age, gender, weight, and attire but failed to profile the suspects by race. 

Reports say two males beat a bowling alley worker after their group was asked to leave due to unruly behavior; colloquially called "ratchet behavior."  

The video reinforces the blunt reality that Jim Crow laws existed for a reason: To protect white people from black violence. 

It also reminds us that some cultures value work as a means to acquire sustenance while others prefer to simply steal for cash. 

We are also reminded that white liberals prefer to immerse themselves in the fantasy cult of leftism even as they isolate themselves in insular white neighborhoods where they are safe — both from black violence and the cognitive dissonance caused by confronting the reality of violent black crime. Their escape from reality is enhanced by merely flipping on their giant screen TV where there alternate reality is portrayed compliments of Hollywood screenwriters.  

Those who prefer to live in a real world readily acknowledge that blacks disproportionately commit violent crime at higher rates than other ethnic groups as documented by government statistics. 

Meanwhile, Detroit and other black-dominated regions continue to regress to the norm; the norm being African savagery. 

From clickondetroit.com ▼

By Shawn Ley - Reporter, Derick Hutchinson

Video from inside a Roseville bowling alley shows two men violently attacking an employee after they were asked to leave, according to police.

The men were part of a group that was bowling at Apollo Lanes, on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville, around 11:45 p.m. Wednesday, police said.

While they were bowling, the group became unruly and started causing a disturbance, officials said. They were asked to leave by a 28-year-old Roseville man who works at the bowling alley, police said.

Several members of the group surrounded the bowling counter where the employee was standing, officials said. One man reached over the counter and punched the employee in the face while a second man stepped behind the counter and began to violently beat the employee, according to authorities.

The first man picked up a bar stool during the fight and struck the employee on the head, police said. He then picked up a blue bowling ball and smashed the employee on the back of the head, according to officials.

Police are searching for a man in connection with a fight at a Roseville bowling alley. (WDIV)

The second man punched and kicked the employee in the face and body, police said.

When the employee fell to the ground, video shows the men continuing to kick him in the head.

Police said the men left the bowling alley after the fight.

The employee was taken to a hospital for treatment.

The second man is in his early 20s and has been identified by detectives.

Police said the first man is in his early 20s and weighs about 200 pounds. He was wearing a black baseball cap, a white T-shirt, a black, short-sleeved button-up shirt and black pants. He had a close-shaved beard and tattoos on his arms, police said.

Anyone who can identify the first man is asked to call the Roseville Police Department at 586-447-4510.


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1 comments:

  1. They are just poor Black men trying to find their way. NOT. Should b open season on these motherfuckers

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