DAILYKENN.com -- A 10-year-old girl was brutally raped in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Arrested is a 34-year-old Islamic "immigrant" from Somalia.
The mainstream media refuses to identify the accused as a refugee, Muslim, black, or immigrant. The intentional redaction of such descriptions is lying by omission.
Rather, the media referred to the alien as "a Minneapolis man," implying that he is a Minnesota native.
The attack occurred after the suspect allegedly followed his victim out of an elevator. A similar attack occur 98 years ago in Tulsa, Oklahoma when a black male raped a teen girl in an elevator. That assault resulted in the Tulsa riots and the burning of the neighboring black neighborhood, Greenwood. Whites have continuously been shamed as "racists" for refusing to tolerate black violence.
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The attack occurred Sunday evening in an apartment complex in the city’s Cedar Riverside neighborhood, also known as “Little Mogadishu” for its high concentration of Somali refugees imported from United Nations refugee camps in Africa.
Abdi allegedly followed the girl out of an elevator. He asked for her name and offered his hand to her. She shook his hand and Abdi refused to let go. Police said he proceeded to rape the girl in the hallway of the apartment building.
Authorities used video surveillance footage to help track down the suspect, who was arrested about 24 hours later on Monday in St. Paul.
The U.S. government has resettled more than 110,000 Somali refugees since the early 1990s and shipped in another 8,858 during the most recent fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, according to U.S. State Department data.
Witnesses said they heard screaming in the hall and saw a young girl crying, so they flagged down an off-duty police officer.
The girl was sent to Hennepin County Medical Center for treatment.
The Minneapolis Police Department’s John Elder said the officers knew who the suspect was after seeing the video because they’d had frequent encounters with him.
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