DAILYKENN.com --An 18-year-old "teen" was video recorded shooting at white people, reports say. The youth reportedly shouted "I don't like white people in my hood" as he fired at moving vehicles with whites inside. No one was injured in the attack. One of the victims may have been black.
The teen has been identified as 18-year-old Devonta Allen. The incident occurred in Cincinnati.
Many blacks seem incapable of comprehending the fact that their neighborhoods were built by whites. Virtually every black neighborhood in the USA originated as a white community. The houses were built by whites and their original occupants were white. The decaying storefronts that seem endemic to black areas were once thriving businesses. When whites dare to cross invisible lines into black communities, they are entering neighborhoods that were once clean, tidy, prosperous, safe, and thriving.
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A black teenager shouted “I don’t like white people in my hood” before chasing four people with a gun and firing multiple shots at them, according to court documents.
Cincinnati Police said 18 year old Devonta Allen was filmed firing three shots at the alleged victims, hitting the two vehicles they were in but missing everyone inside.
Three of the people involved in the incident were white and the other individual was African-American, according to a criminal complaint.
After turning himself in, Mr Allen admitted to the shooting but claimed the alleged victims were armed and fired at him first.
However, police said: “This and other statements made by Allen are inconsistent with the videotape evidence and statements from the victims and witnesses.”
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