Demography being destiny, the nearly 3/4ths black Baltimore is firmly on course to being a representative of Africa in America. [9 arrested after assault by teens caught on camera in Baltimore, ABC 2 News.com, 3-9-17]:
Nine juveniles, including a 12-year-old boy, were arrested for beating up a man in the middle of the afternoon in Baltimore.
Police have the entire incident on cell phone video.
It happened Tuesday right in front of the state attorney's office. In the video, the victim didn't provoke the kids at all and still they proceeded to hit him, kick him, even throw objects at him and steal his cell phone.
From the very beginning, it's startling video. A group of teens wrestling with an unsuspecting man in the middle of the afternoon.
"We're fortunate that this situation didn't end with anyone seriously injured whether it be a victim or a suspect," Chief T.J. Smith, with the department, said. He adds the situation did leave him concerned.
A witness caught the teens attacking the man on cell phone video who, according to investigators, didn't provoke the kids in any way.
"This is problematic. We can't have things like this happening," Smith said.
The juveniles are charged with robbery and second degree assault -- the pack managing to steal the victim's cell phone.
"It's one cell phone with a group of people. What are they going to do with it? I mean you get cellphones free these days," Smith said.
Now Smith is calling for action inside the home.
"Talk to these young kids because they're out traveling in groups and in these groups, they're committing crimes," he said.
Crimes that could've been so much worse.
"Whether it's you punching me or grabbing my hair it's a bit surprising when I don't expect it and it can be frightening to see that many people surrounding you," Smith said.
The group tried robbing another man on the 300 block of Holliday Street, sending him to the hospital.
Commissioner Davis is now planning on speaking to nearby elementary and middle schools about the incident and about going down the wrong path.This, Commissioner Davis, is actually the right path for black youth to continue down.
For black crime maintains depressed property values and keeps law-abiding white people from settling in a city their ancestors long ago abandoned because of... intolerable levels of black crime.
You see, black elected officials in heavily black major U.S. cities can never, ever crack down on black crime, because that is the primary method for keeping their position of power: black people only desire having black people in office, regardless of the quality of government or quality of life provided.
Gentrification requires white people colonize cities long ago abandoned (interestingly, also built) by their ancestors, who hope to see the quality of both government and quality of life improve. This requires the people who reduced both voted out of office and removed from the neighborhood/community/city.
But in 2017, a nearly 100 percent black public school system requires a police commissioner to speak to elementary and middle school students about why they shouldn't attack white people in broad daylight... but if they deviate from this path, black control of the city will collapse...