In West Point, Mississippi, cops are working to solve a case where an angry mob of blacks beat the hell out of two white guys because, well, they were upset about strong-armed robbery suspect Michael Brown getting shot dead in Ferguson, MO after attacking a cop.
The two men, both vets who served overseas, were warned by one man that the Waffle House where they stopped wasn’t safe for whites.
Sure enough, a little while later, a mob of blacks beat the two white guys.
Can you imagine the outrage that would be headline news nationwide if it were two black veterans who were beaten by a mob of white folks?
The double-standard of reporting from the mainstream media (and the race hustlers) is astounding.
Mississippi man beaten after he’s warned restaurant wasn’t safe for whites, witness says
WEST POINT, Miss. (NOLA) –– West Point police said a man received life-threatening injuries in what they are investigating as an aggravated assault at a restaurant.
Ralph Weems IV, who was injured early Saturday, was in fair condition Sunday at North Mississippi Medical Center, hospital spokeswoman Genie Causey said without elaborating.
A relative, Bradley Barnes of Madison, told The Associated Press by telephone on Sunday that his brother-in-law was in a medically induced coma following brain surgery. “They’re going to try and wake him up tomorrow and see what damage was done,” Barnes said, describing Weems as a 32-year-old former Marine who had served in Iraq.
David Knighten of West Point told AP earlier by phone that he and Weems had gone to a Waffle House early Saturday. He said a man waved him over outside the restaurant and told him politely that people were upset by the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and it wasn’t a safe place for whites. When he went in, he said, Weems was inside and was arguing with other men.
The good news is that police expect to make arrests soon.
Police chief: Expects arrest in West Point fight
(AP/WLOX) – The police chief in West Point, Mississippi, says he expects an arrest soon in what police are investigating as an aggravated assault that left a man hospitalized with a brain injury.
Chief Tim Brinkley says investigators are reviewing surveillance video from one of two restaurants where police were called early Saturday.
David Knighten of West Point says he and Ralph Weems IV apparently were followed from one restaurant where Weems had argued with other patrons to another where Weems was beaten.