New: Knockout Game – Ames, Kingston, Dayton — all within one day

February 25, 2014 — Leave a comment

Knockout Game – Ames, Kingston, Dayton — news of these attacks all came out within  a day.

And I think I’m missing a few:

Dayton:

‘Unusual’ attack mirrors incidents elsewhere | www.mydaytondailynews.com

Details in the reported attack of a Dayton city bus driver echo in a disturbing way to street gang and racially-motivated attacks around the country.

RTA bus driver Rickey Wagoner, 49, told police he was attacked by three armed men who said they had to “shoot a polar bear” — street lingo for a white person. So-called “polar bear attacks” and the “knock out game” are shorthand for violent black-on-white attacks.

 

Kingston, New York:

Kingston police say three boys who assaulted man were playing ‘Knockout Game’; victim not seriously hurt (VIDEO)

Three juveniles who were playing the “Knockout Game” were arrested after assaulting a male victim on Broadway near Franklin Street, city police said on Friday.

Police said the juveniles, two 14-year-old boys and a 15-year-old boy, approached a 21-year-old male about 7 p.m. Thursday and asked if he had a lighter. After a brief conversation, the victim was struck without warning, fell to the ground and then was kicked, police said.

 

KNOCKOUT GAME: Dangerous Attacks In Ames | WHOTV.com

Three in one night.

 

 

 

 

 

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