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Well, what do you call this?

Now, please explain why every gay activist in America is not furious at this?

Did you notice the Moslem garb on several of the people involved?

So many questions …

These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful … and black.


Jakiyah McKoy had everything it took to win the Little Miss Hispanic Delaware crown. But two things kept her from keeping it: One, she was black. Two, she was undocumented.

Now a racial firestorm is swirling around the seven-year McKoy, with black activists from around the country saying pageant officials are racist from stripping the crown from McKoy two weeks ago.

There’s even a nation-wide, on-line petition at, “demanding Jakiyah McKoy keep her rightfully won crown, because her beauty represents us all.”

That is hardly the story we heard from the El Tiempo Hispano shortly after the pageant. “There was uproar when the winner was announced because, according to the public, she was not the best representative of a Latin beauty.”

Tiffany Ayala is one of the mothers who brought McKoy’s alleged ethnic deficiency to the attention of the judges. ““If you’re not Hispanic, you can’t join it,” Ayala told the Wilmington News Journal. “Just like I’m not going to put my daughter in the Little Miss Ebony Queen.”

Ayala’s daughter was the first runner-up who became Little Miss Hispanic Delaware after McKoy lost the top spot — and the $500 prize money, awarded at the end of the year.

The controversy centers around how some people confuse race and ethnicity. Hispanic is a term that represents people whose ancestors come from Spanish-speaking counties. Many Hispanics are of African descent, as is Jakiyah McKoy.

At least that is what her parents say: That her grandmother was from the Dominican Republic. But they did not have the papers to prove she was Hispanic.


Daniel Jose Older started the petition at to restore McKoy’s crown. He told the Wilmington News Journal: “There is just like a baseline of disrespect to black women. As Latinos, it’s really important that we understand what’s going on with us and that we reclaim this girl as our sister. This is our sister, and she is being unfairly excluded.”

City Councilwoman Maria Cabrera is the media’s go-to person for Hispanic issues in Wilmington. She attended the pageant, which she ran for several  years.

Cabrera said she agrees with the decision to disquality McKoy, but regrets that it “divides African-Americans and Hispanics.”

As is often the case surrounding racer-based activities  “Does anyone else see the irony in the fact that Hispanics are demanding documentation for participation?,” asked David Lutes at

“I hope every adult that was associated with this race/ethnicity based pageant is proud of themselves,” said Polly Lucas at “Thanks to you, every one of these innocent American young ladies was introduced to the ugliness of race politics. Lets not even delve into the hypocrisy of the “documentation” requirement.”

Ayala was not deterred: “I am very proud of myself and yes you are welcome since two of my daughters participated in this pageant and now know that many people lie about their heritage and try to say they Spanish when they’re not. My daughters know where their (sic) from the day they was born. Viva MEXICO.”

Many of the on-line comments in and out of Delaware wondered if race-based pageants are an idea whose time has passed.

But not everyone: Valerye Jones said white people already have pageants that reinforce white ideals of beauty. “Hmph, there’s already Miss Teen USA, Miss America, Miss Universe, Miss (insert name of a state), Jr. Miss “this” and Jr. Miss “that”! There’s plenty of Anglo representation…simply pick one!”

Petition | Nuestras Raices Delaware: Let Jakiyah Keep Her Crown |

Little Miss Hispanic Delaware stripped of crown after racial complaints | The News Journal |

Little girl’s beauty pageant crown taken away because “she’s not latin enough”? @DJolder and @InaDash think so : Change

Featured Stories | El Tiempo Hispano







New: Black mob violence in Rochester: lots of it.


Here is a video of the suspects in some black mob violence in Rochester.

Lots of it. For a long time. Tons of videos below. A preview of an upcoming story:


Preview of an article:

City councilman Adam McFadden has to be wondering why so many people are still so puzzled at the frequent and intense black mob violence in Rochester

McFadden explained it all to us just two years ago.

The city of Rochester had just closed a park because of mob of 200 black people started fighting and destroying property at a local beach during a Memorial Day Rib Festival. Thirteen black people were arrested. At least one police officer was hurt.

The local ABC affiliate reeled off the names of other parts of town where mob violence was now a regular feature of life. Including the popular downtown Liberty Pole.

Per usual, no one in the media said everyone involved in the mayhem was black.

McFadden to the rescue:

“I think what you saw at the beach is what we’ve been seeing in many of our neighborhoods for two decades,” black) Councilman McFadden told WHAM TV. “It’s just that you had a lot of people there who are not used to that culture and got to witness it personally.”


Top Black Mob Videos #32: Rochester

Two years later, it is back. Or, as most locals say, the racial violence never went away.

The latest “large fight” happened in the last week of September. Councilman McFadden was downtown when “he intervened after encountering a large crowd of kids fighting one another and running away from police,” said the Democrat and Chronicle. “The Liberty Pole is the site of regular fights and disorder, particularly before and after school is in session.”

This fight was a bit different. Someone fired a gun. The police report described the chief suspect as a “male black, wearing a blue hoodie with a turquoise hood.”

The newspaper repeated the description except it left out one detail: The suspect was black.

The school describes the violence as “inappropriate behavior.” The local NBC station said all the students cause “chaos.”

But a police surveillance video backs up what the residents are saying on the web sites: Everyone involved is black.

“Wary people avoid the Liberty Pole during the school year,” said Rochester resident Charlie Yanaitis. “There’s been problems for years at the Liberty Pole during the school year as it’s the main transfer point for school kids in downtown Rochester. It’s mostly black on black violence there.”

The list of places that people should avoid if they wish to avoid black mob violence in Rochester is long and getting longer.

The annual Lilac Festival the week before Memorial Day is also the site of regular black mob violence. By the time it was over this year, 200 people were arrested and four people were stabbed. A man with a shotgun escaped and two police officers were hurt.

Two months prior to the festival, the police chief sent potential criminals a letter, saying he was watching them and they’d better start behaving.

“We care about you as individuals, as well as all citizens in the City of Rochester, who deserve to live freely without the threat of gun violence,” said Chief James Sheppard. “This is our new way of doing business and I thought it was important to let you know. Please go tell your friends.”

Six weeks later, prior to the fair, local media was reporting “increased violence in the city over the past 10 days.”

At first city officials downplayed the chaos, saying there was no violence inside the fair itself. That fiction did not last long as one person after another came forward to tell their story in the comments section of the Democrat and Chronicle.

Rob Sands was just one of several to contradict official attempts to downplay the violence: “The Monroe County parks director said no fights occurred within the festival site itself. That is a straight up lie.”

Local reporters do not – or will not – report what many readers know: “Let’s face it, this is a racial problem,” said Ann Marie Cummings in the comment section of the Democrat and Chronicle. “Whether it is the Puerto Rican fest, last year at the rib fest, or problems at sea breeze with gangs. It’s obvious these street thugs pick arenas … large amount of people attending.”

Joe Baxton took to the comments to report another episode of black mob violence earlier that day:

“About a half hour ago, I was on my way home from lunch. I was stopped at a light in front of the county jail where the prisoner release door is. And there erupted a huge fight between 50 black (people). They ran across the street, stopped traffic dead and continued to fight on the side walk across from the jail. I betting this is a continuation of the nonsense which occurred at the Lilac Festival. The ones arrested must have been released and this group of black (people) was waiting for them to continue the fight. What on earth is going on in my city? I have never seen anything like this in my entire life.”

Sometimes black mobs in Rochester like some variety. So in September, 400 to 500 black people from Rochester took public transportation to a mall in neighboring Irondequoit. Soon after, police closed down a movie theater after 400 to 500 black people started fighting inside and outside a showing of the movie Insidious, Chapter 2.

“I saw police officers chasing kids, as we were pulling out of the parking lot to leave we saw police officer knock kids to the ground and one police officer was batoning kids,” said Alton Johnson to Rochester YNN.

Lt. Jonna Izzo explained it all to News 8: “They have pent up energy from being scared in the movie theater and they come out and they don’t know what to do with that energy.”

Lt. Izzo has obviously never talked with Councilman McFadden.

Some residents said it was strange that anyone could blame a large scale act of violence and mayhem on a movie. Other said it had nothing to with the movie: That mall and others in Irondequoit have been plagued by black mob violence for years:

“So it’s not the first time and won’t be the last !!,” said David Sevor at the web site for WHAM TV news. “It’s sad these young teenagers don’t know how to behave out in public.”

Mike Alpaha was more explicit:

It’s been a problem that has been escalating for a long time. White people are the real problem! You’re all too scared to speak up and talk about the real problem!

These young black kids are out of control and have no discipline in the home. They have no respect for anyone (especially white people). But everyone is scared of being called a racist for telling it how it is.

I’m not a racist, but I can say that the inner city black youth are out of control and only getting worse!

Four police departments from neighboring jurisdictions assisted. City officials called the bus company, which responded with extra buses to return the rioters to Rochester.

No one was arrested.

Also in September, a group of more than 20 black people on bicycles surrounded a woman and her teenage son and stole their phone. One witness to the crime told WHAM that was not the first time:

Earlier in the week, her little sister was robbed at the bus station less than one block away from Friday’s reported robbery. Sadiya Curtis said some men on bicycles rolled by on a bike and snatched her phone.

Compared with Baltimore, Philadelphia, Chicago, New York, Washington, D.C., Detroit, St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Greensboro, Newark, and other cities, few would say the level of racial violence in Rochester is worse.

But it is more photographed.

Local reporter Tim Louis Macaluso of the Roc City News was among the first to notice that local shutterbugs are very, very active when large groups of black people start creating mayhem.

They seem to document a Clockwork Orange-like breakdown in civility.

Rochester is known for many things –Kodak, lilacs, Susan B. Anthony, and Frederick Douglass, for starters.

But go to and type in a search for Rochester, NY, and you’ll see that Rochester is popular with viewers for something else: teen fights.

The second group of videos the search will offer is titled “Rochester fights.” Click it and you’ll see about a dozen 2- to 6-minute videos of young Rochester teens, mostly African-American and Hispanic boys, going at it.

We saved you the trouble. A collection, here.

Two Weeks in September | FrontPage Magazine
City Councilman Wants Action Taken to Stop Downtown Fights – YNN

rochester comments Councilman witnesses fight near Liberty Pole | Democrat and Chronicle |

Fight In Rochester,Ny – YouTube


Fight ! Ratchet ass ! xD in rochester ! – YouTube

Rochester school bus fight.. – YouTube

▶ Rochester N.Y Fight Ghost Town Best Fight!!! – YouTube

Girl fight in Denny’s Rochester, NY – YouTube

▶ Girl Goes CRAZY In McDonalds….Cops TAKE HER DOWN! – YouTube

Nigga messing with the wrong man son – YouTube

▶ Rochester N.Y Jay Street Fight Young boy pt 2 – YouTube

▶ Fight On Westmain St Rochester Ny – YouTube

New York: black girls fight on the street like crazy – YouTube

▶ Rochester fight Maxwell’s.. Turn UP^ tv – YouTube

▶ Kicking Police Cars. Rochester NY – YouTube

▶ Kicking Police Cars. Rochester NY – YouTube

▶ Dike fight in Rochester Ny Plymouth ave – YouTube

Fight on Saratoga Ave in Rochester,Ny – YouTube

▶ 2013 knock out Rochester ny GENESEE & FROST 300 BL – YouTube

▶ Rochester new york west side fight the twins – YouTube

City of Rochester | Meet Rochester’s City Councilmembers

City Councilman Wants Action Taken to Stop Downtown Fights – YNN

NEWS BLOG: Rochester’s fights are a hit on YouTube | City Newspaper

9 arrests made in fights that forced police to close Lake Ontario Beach Park | Roc The Peace :: Rochester, New York





Yep. You guessed it.


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Lots of black on white, knockout game style attacks happening recently.

Here’s the latest from Detroit.


And one from Cambridge. As in Harvard — well close anyway. See if you can spot the crazy part.

Police: Teens jump Cambridge man – Cambridge, Massachusetts – Cambridge Chronicle & Tab

And a bonus article:Cambridge Police: Man punched in face for ‘walking too slow’ – Cambridge, Massachusetts – Cambridge Chronicle & Tab




These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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Racial shootings in North Carolina. 

Links Below.


Everything people in Greenville, North Carolina thought they knew about why Lakim Faust shot four people near a Wal-Mart parking lot is wrong.

Faust tried to kill them because they were white, said a grand jury indictment released this week. This contradicts earlier police reports the shootings were random.

According to WRAL:

Faust, who is black, picked out his victims based on their race, according to the indictments. The documents didn’t specify why Faust wanted to shoot white people, and police have not talked about why he picked out his targets.

Prosecutors made this determination after searching his apartment and computer. Police also found a copy of the Koran and other Moslem books in his residence.

The shooting took place in June and began in the parking lot of a Greenville law firm. Faust shot one man in the face while sitting in his car. Faust then crossed a major highway, carrying more than than 100 rounds of ammunition in a back pack, to the Wal-Mart parking lot.

Using a pistol grip, pump-action shotgun, he opened fire on several more people, wounding three before police found him and gunned him down.

“If we had responded the way police used to respond to active shooters, we would’ve had more victims,” said police chief Hassan Aden. “The way we train now is, literally, the first officers on the scene go to the threat. That’s exactly what they did without regard for their own safety. They went right for the threat, engaged it and neutralized it.”

The shooter and victims survived.

All four of the victims were white. Justin Lawler was working at a nearby fireworks stand and saw much of the carnage after Faust walked by him without attempting to shoot him. Lawler is black.

The day after the shooting, police said Faust had a limited criminal history. Soon after, a clearer picture emerged of the 23-year old shooter’s long and violent record.

According to WITN, Faust was charged in Maryland with attempted first degree murder, assault and attempted second degree murder. “The case was remanded to juvenile court and is sealed. There is no way to determine what became of the charges,” says WITN.

These incidents happened when Faust was 14 years old.

After moving to North Carolina, Faust had been found guilty of resisting an officer, trespassing and defrauding an innkeeper. He was also charged with injury to real property and personal property but those charges were dismissed.

He was arrested twice for returning to a local college campus after he was banned from a classroom for disruptive behavior.

He applied in 2012 for a permit to carry a handgun but was denied because of his criminal record. Most states, however, do not require a background check to purchase a shot gun or rifle.

The news that police had found evidence of racial motivation encouraged some in Greenville to comment that race was not the problem, guns were.

The vast majority of the posts highlight the fact that the shooter was black and acted out his crime with racial motivations. A lot of them sound rather smug.

Not much about the real problem – we had a crazy man shooting civilians in a public place- again. This is what happens when you have a culture of gun fanaticism and our political leaders take to the world with violent force to right wrongs real and imagined.


Faust remains behind bars under $6 million bail. His victims have been released from the hospital, but all are expected to suffer life-long injury from the shootings.

Faust was employed as a gardner as a part of a government job training program. Deborah Moody of the Intergenerational Community Center told WCTI that “she was very surprised to hear he was the one they suspected.” Faust was polite, showed up to work on time, and dreamed about opening his own record label, she said.




Greenville Walmart shooter picked victims by race ::

NEW INFO: Search Warrant Sheds New Light On Greenville Shooting Spree

Indictment: Greenville shooting spree motivated by race / religion | News – WCTI NewsChannel 12

Records: Alleged Greenville mass shooter has long criminal history | News – WCTI NewsChannel 12

Indictment: Greenville shooting spree motivated by race / religion | News – WCTI NewsChannel 12

911 calls released from Greenville mass shooting | News – WCTI NewsChannel 12

Police identify suspect in Greenville shooting spree | News – WCTI NewsChannel 12

Sheriff had denied gun permit to Greenville shooting suspect ::

Greenville police shoot suspect in Walmart, law office shootings ::

These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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The interesting part is not the mob violence at the school.

But how the teachers and administrators deny it.

So here is the question: Without video, what would we know about this?

Two things: 1) Nothing; 2) Less than nothing.

Here is the video from Louisiana. I would embed it but it starts automatically. 


These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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Prayers for good old Colin

September 24, 2013 — 22 Comments


Ms. padilla, read this:

The fraudulent black mob violence deniers

Hello Mr. Flaherty, (Colin)


This is Katrina Padilla again. I just want you to know that upon reading my Word (the Bible), and having my usual intimate time with my Lord, you were pressed upon my heart, and I must tell you that my heart breaks for you and so many others like you.


Through circumstances beyond your control, you have been hurt badly and have yet to find proper consolation. Please believe me when I say how deeply sorry I am. I have been hurt numerous times by different races, and thankfully have been able to find peace and closure and have healed (though I must admit I have not forgotten), and been able to forgive those who have wronged me. This I could not have done Colin without the tenderness of a loving Creator who taught me how to gain all these things by first granting them to me for hurting Him through the multitude of sins I committed.


Colin, dear friend, this is my prayer for you. I have stopped reading your column because it breaks my heart to read the anger and bitterness your articles vent.


You’re a gifted journalist Colin. I truly believe that. But you must let go of this vigil of yours and reach out for Christ. I’m not saying you don’t believe, I don’t know you that well. But what I do know is that you truly are a sincere man who desperately wants better. You’re seeking escape in all your endeavors. When I phoned you (and please forgive such forwardness) you were off hiking in a mountain of mud promising to phone back, but didn’t because you knew in your heart where the call was leading — straight to Jesus!!


No grand adventure, no constant reporting, no overflowing amount of poisonous venom is going to heal you like Jesus! Reach out and cry to Him now Colin. We’re not promised tomorrow, and I’m afraid that if your end were today, your bitter soul would end up in the fires of hell. I don’t wish that.for you. I know someone who lived similar to you. He just met his end last week. He was found murdered in his car far from home and alone. His life, just like yours, was completely contrary to the Word of God, and in a moment, he found himself without a second chance and in hell awaiting his final judgment at the resurrection of all mankind.


I don’t want to see that happen to anyone else! And neither does God. He Word says He is longsuffering because He doesn’t wish for anyone to perish. He loves you very much Colin. And he wants to heal your wounds, but you’ve got to allow Him to. Let me encourage you to read your Bible. Start in the New Testament Book of John. Come to know Jesus and His love for you. Learn what forgiveness and life is all about. If you need or want further explanation of the Word, or just want to get prayer or talk, I’m always available. It’s all about doing God’s work as I am called.


God bless you and keep you Colin. I hope you find true peace and forgiveness before it’s too late.


Your friend, and His eternal maidservant,

Katrina Padilla





WhiteGirl_300x250_01Some people call it the Knockout Game. The CBS affiliate in New York has different name for it: Teenage “prank.”

Whatever the term, Ralph Santiago is dead — one of three men who recently died or suffered permanent brain damage from what police call unprovoked assaults. But what others say are part of a nationwide pattern racial violence.

The rules of the Knockout Game — or the teenage prank — are same: Start with a group of black people. Find a white person. Punch him in the face. Don’t stop until the person is knocked out or your arms get tired. Or the person is dead.

Local media refuses to identify how widespread these attacks are. And how the perpetrators are mobs of black people. But the phenomenon is documented in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.

Here’s a link to the CBS news story. Sometimes it will not embed: Prosecutor: 3 Teens Charged In Beating Death Of Homeless Man In N.J. « CBS New York


The teenage prank on Santiago took place September 10, but the real damage was done in an identical attack 27 years ago. A group of black people stalked and beat Santiago near his Bronx home, leaving this father, gymnast and artist with brain damage; unable to do anything but wander the streets in a permanent fog.

Even so, the 46-year old Santiago was a happy man. A religious man. But when he was on the streets, a vulnerable man.

That is what three black people from Jersey City who arrived in Hoboken via the Light Rail discovered that afternoon. The CBS affiliate provides a few details:

“Santiago was followed by the three teens while walking on 3rd Street between Adams and Jefferson Streets in Hoboken on Sept. 10 when one of the juveniles threw a punch at Santiago’s head in what detectives believe was a game of “knockout.”

Santiago then collapsed onto the fence, wedging his neck between two iron fence posts, where he died, the prosecutor said.”

The alleged perpetrators turned themselves in when a video of them surfaced after the attack. They are in custody and charged with murder.

Ten days before that, Jesse Downs was heading to a convenience store near his home in the suburbs of Boston when he came upon a group of black people in the middle of the afternoon. Downs had left work early to get a head start on the Labor Day weekend. His girlfriend, Melissa Merrill, told the Eagle Tribune she just happened to be driving by when she saw Downs sitting on the curb, covered in blood.

“He kept asking me, ‘Why did they jump me?’” Merrill said of how Downs reacted immediately after the attack. “He still had his money and paycheck on him. They didn’t touch it.

“They attacked him right in broad daylight, in the middle of the sidewalk,” Merrill said. “They jumped him from behind and beat him in his head for no reason.”

WHDH reports the the suspects were “hitting (the victim) in the face and head.” And that one of the suspects “…slammed him on his head on the pavement.”

After three brain surgeries, Downs is still in the hospital, unresponsive. His survival is still in question. Two men have been charged with assault and witness intimidation.

Last weekend, in Syracuse, Jim Gifford was beginning his Saturday the way he started every day: He walked to the local 7-11 for a newspaper, donuts, coffee and a can of soup. At 6:08 a.m., the 70-year old Gifford was confronted by “five or six men” in their 20’s.

“Award winning columnist Sean Kirst” of the local paper reports: “Two of them began striking and kicking Gifford. The beating continued after he fell to the ground.”

Kirst quotes the local police as saying it “is too early to describe it as an example of the “knockout game,” a chilling national trend involving anonymous attacks.”

Earlier this week, police arrested Romeo Williams and charged him with assault. Williams had a pending felony weapons charge outstanding. According to

At a press conference before Williams’ arraignment, Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler said Williams celebrated inside the convenience store after he knocked Gifford unconscious. He continued beating the unconscious man after the brief celebration, according to police.

The papers presents lots of details save two: The assailants were black. No news about what, if any, charges the others at the attack will face.

Kirst did remind his readers that a similar attack took place in Syracuse last spring. Curiously, he reported that two people were arrested, though as many as a dozen black people were present at that attack where a 51-year old man died.


2 suspects held without bail in attack of Haverhill man – Boston News, New England News, WHDH-TV 7NEWS WHDH.COM

‘He’s fighting for his life’ » Haverhill », North Andover, MA


2 suspects held without bail in attack of Haverhill man – Boston News, New England News, WHDH-TV 7NEWS WHDH.COM

Judge sets bail at $100,000 for teen suspect in Syracuse 7-eleven assault |

Elmwood: A Syracuse neighborhood rallies in the wake of an ‘unconscionable’ attack |

Lack of respect in Syracuse neighborhoods; elderly abuse among issues discussed at 7-Eleven gathering |

Three Jersey City Teens Charged in Hoboken Homicide – Police & Fire – Hoboken, NJ Patch

Prosecutor: 3 Teens Charged In Beating Death Of Homeless Man In N.J. « CBS New York