Other cities were busy were black mob violence. Here’s the article at WND.com:Happy holiday! Let the violence begin
Here are some links and background info.
They closed the beach for this one: It took police from five surrounding areas to stop this black mob violence — a portion of which we see below.
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Another video surfaces: This one on the dunes.
Jackonsville, you may recall, is the scene of the 300-person riot at Wal-Mart on a vide that went viral. So they can get a bit touchy down there.
Their memory is getting better, even if the comments section and the reporting still leaves out critical information:
Large fights between teenagers in the heart of the city’s business district have drawn negative attention and various redeployment strategies in the past. In one incident last year, hundreds of teens converged on downtown the night of St. Patrick’s Day, with multiple brawls that ended in two stabbings and the beating of a tourist from Northern Virginia.
West Bloomfield, Michigan.
“It was like mayhem. Everywhere we looked there were fights breaking out and mobs of 100 or 200 people would go running to witness the fights,” she said.
The headmaster of the school slapped a curfew on the fair. That seemed to work. Guess he had not talked to former Kansas City Mayor Emanuel Cleaver. He said curfews would just piss off the black kids.
Yes, that’s what he said.
The Lilac Festival is an annual celebration of flowers and black mob violence.
This year featured guns, 20 people arrested, lots of violence in and around the fair, and let’s not forget the four people stabbed.
Wendy Seldin, a vendor at the festival, said she has been coming to Lilac Fest for 11 years and had never seen anything like this before. “I wouldn’t bring my kids here,” she said.
The paper had a complete story about the violence and guns and chaos and fear and panic. Then replaced it with a tamer version.
People in Rochester want to know why.
Tom Vierhile · Top CommenterEric, it appears that the D&C pulled the original story; there are still links for it at Google News, but they point to a page that has been deleted. Here’s another account of the situation, from Rachel Barnhart, http://
rochesterhomepage.net/ fulltext?nxd_id=390232. And yet another story indicates that fights did take place in the park:http://rochester.ynn.com/ content/top_stories/665207/ arrests-after-fights-at-lil ac-festival-saturday/.This seems to happen with disturbing frequency in Rochester: gangs of youths disrupting festivals or outside events. Seabreeze, the carnival up in Greece, and now this. The D&C’s position on reporting this is compromised to some degree by their “Unite Rochester” cheerleading, since these events run counter to the narrative they are trying to push.
· Works at PCL LinkDumpUnreal. I was in the neighborhood last evening picking up my kid and the scene was total chaos. Posted the D&C link this morning to my FB page suggesting that the festival might want to consider scaling waaayyyyy back. Be interested in hearing the papers take on why the article was pulled.
And from 2011:
And of yeah, did I tell you about Cleveland Heights? Or Utica? Or …..