The Iowa State Fair.
St. Patrick's Day in Baltimore.
The police state erected to ensure a safe, peaceful Indiana Black Expo (yearly) in Indianapolis.
|Not even in the Top 10 for events ruined by black mob violence|
All mass black mob attacks on white people; all under the watch of President Obama and his Department of Justice Attorney General Eric "My People" Holder.
Conrad Barrett's 'hate experiment' was proven true after all.
The white family in Akron, attacked by 30- 50 black on Independence Day 2009 know it all to well -- "It's a black world."
And though a massive concentration of youth (oddly, they happened to all be black) forced the early shutdown of the Florida State Fair in Tampa last week - covered up for a few days by police, Maj. Tom Feeney would describe this as the "worst thing he has seen in law enforcement" in 30 years - you still aren't supposed to notice or question any racial aspect of this incident.
It's just not pertinent...[Teens run wild during Florida State Fair's first Friday, TampaBay.com, 10-10-14]:
The first Friday of every Florida State Fair brings droves of Hillsborough teens, who get the day off from school and free admission. And each year, shortly after sunset, dozens of unsupervised minors start stampeding through the midway, the Sheriff's Office says.
Fox 13 in Tampa reports the truth
They're fighting each other, robbing other patrons, stealing food and battering deputies.
The phenomenon is so common, deputies even have a term for it: They call it "wilding."
Authorities said the lawlessness is mostly confined to the first Friday. But they've never publicly shared details until Monday — after several media outlets, including the Tampa Bay Times, reported that 14-year-old Andrew Joseph III was kicked out of the fair Friday by deputies before he died while crossing Interstate 4 that night.
That day, approximately 200 deputies could not handle the chaos, sheriff's officials said. Some witnesses estimated 150 to 200 teens running wild.
A commander with 30 years of experience, Maj. Tom Feeney, said it's the worst thing he has seen in law enforcement. He asked the Florida State Fair Authority to shut down the fair around 9 p.m.
As with the other teens ejected before then, Andrew was driven by deputies to Gate 4, along Orient Road. They dropped him off about 8 p.m. and left.
Some deputies are posted near that gate but are not tasked with watching the juveniles. Deputies do not call the children's parents. The Sheriff's Office expects they will be picked up just like they were dropped off earlier.
Deputies were so overwhelmed Friday they could not "baby sit" the juveniles at Gate 4, sheriff's Col. Jim Previtera said Monday. Feeney had already called for backup to help with the out-of-control midway.
Street deputies arrived to help the on-site deputies, who are paid by the Fair Authority.
Teens were stealing candy apples and throwing them at deputies, Previtera said. One tried to launch a hand truck at a deputy, and another robbed a woman in a wheelchair of her purse, he said.
Deputies ejected 99 people and arrested 12 others. Of those 111 people, 16 were young adults. The remaining 95 were age 17 and younger.
Deputies probably would have arrested more people, Previtera said, but they often had to disengage for their own safety.
Hillsborough County's sheriff is reaching out to local African-American leaders after "unprecedented incidents of violence and disorder" that forced deputies to shut down the Florida State Fair early on Friday night.
Deputies say dozens if not hundreds of teens were involved in a "wilding" event at the fair's opening night, fighting with each other while assaulting and robbing other fairgoers. The chaos got so bad that the 200 deputies on hand could not contain it, Sheriff David Gee wrote.
Ninety-nine people were ejected, and 12 were arrested.
"The unruliness and misbehavior overwhelmed the resources and jeopardized the safety of everyone at the fair," Gee insisted in a letter to several African-American leaders.
Copies of Gee's plea for help were sent to James Cole, president of the Sheriff's Black Advisory Council; Dr. Carolyn Collins, president of the Hillsborough NAACP; and Dr. James Favorite, pastor of Beulah Baptist Church.
"The overwhelming number of youth and young adults arrested or ejected from the midway for misconduct were African-American," Gee explained, "and I recognize the responsibility to address this issue and ensure the circumstances are not repeated in the future."
The sheriff's office came under scrutiny for its response after one of the ejected teens was hit and killed while trying to cross neighboring Interstate 4.