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April 18, 2019





DAILYKENN.com -- Days after a five-year-old white boy lost his life after a black-on-white attack at the Mall of America, another black male is accused of assulted two young white boys. 


Reports say Oghaleoghene Atuno, 21, was arrested on suspicion of using his vehicle to run over two boys, ages 11 and 12.

One of the victims suffered a fractured skull in the alleged attack. 

The crime occurred near Denver, Colorado April 5, 2019. 



• Imagine the media firestorm had a white man intentionally rammed two black boys. 

• When will white people realize that defending and protecting their children from black savages is neither racism, white supremacy, or white privilege. Rather, it is decency. 

From denver.cbslocal.com ▼

Law enforcement said security footage from the area showed Atuno circling the cul-de-sac several times before allegedly hitting the boys. The boys were walking on the sidewalk.

State Patrol used surveillance video from homes and schools to identify the vehicle in the incident. After the image was released to the public, someone reported a similar vehicle at an apartment complex.

The vehicle matched the description, and belonged to Atuno’s mother, an arrest affidavit said.

When law enforcement questioned Atuno, he confessed to the hit-and-run, according to the affidavit. When asked why he left the scene, law enforcement said Atuno claimed to be scared.

A motive for the incident was not released, or identified by law enforcement in their report.

Atuno faces felony charges of vehicular assault and leaving the scene, and is being held at the Arapahoe County Jail on a $250,000 bond. State patrol said Atuno could face more charges as the investigation continues.


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1 comments:

  1. I suggest everybody train at your local range & get yourself a quality firearm that you feel comfortable with. Things are not getting any better

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