DAILYKENN.com -- Actor Rick Moranis was added to the long list of hate victims when he was randomly assaulted in New York City without provocation.
🚨WANTED🚨for ASSAULT October 1, 2020 at 7:24 AM, on Central Park West in the vicinity of West 70 St Manhattan. @NYPD20PCT.Reward up to $2500👀Seen him? Know who he is?📞Call 1-800-577-TIPS or📲DM us!☎️Calls are CONFIDENTIAL! @YourCityYourCall @NYPDDetectives @nypdchiefofpatrol pic.twitter.com/s06yNPBUBk— NYPD Crime Stoppers (@NYPDTips) October 2, 2020
The assault was captured on video by a surveillance camera.
The crime occurred Thursday, October 1, 2020 just prior to 7:30 a.m.
For generations, blacks have assaulted whites for sport. Such crimes explain why Jim Crow laws existed: To protect white people from black violence and crime.
The hatred of blacks for whites is may be expressions of inferior feelings.
Characteristics of those who commit such violent, unprovoked, and unnecessary crimes include low intelligence, low impulse control, low executive function, low affective empathy, and low self-esteem.
It can be assumed the suspect routinely assaults white people. There are estimated to be countless thousands like him.
The NYPD confirms actor Rick Moranis was randomly attacked by a stranger Thursday on the Upper West Side.
Police said it happened in broad daylight just before 7:30 a.m. on Central Park West near 70th Street.
Surveillance cameras captured the attack on the 67-year-old “Honey I Shrunk the Kids” and “Ghostbusters” actor.
Video shows the suspect, ironically wearing an “I Love New York” sweatshirt, walk up and punch Moranis in the head, knocking him to the ground.
Police said Moranis went to the hospital with pain in his head, back and hip. He later walked to the precinct to report the crime.
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