Notice: Do you live in the Newark area? We need someone to go to the police station and get a copy of the police report.
UPDATE (Three arrests): Three suspects, aged 15-16, were arrested at 1:00 PM. They were skipping school and riding a public bus. When they were reported to police for truancy, the description matched people in the police video. (Police are refusing to release the video to the public). Police swarmed the bus and arrested them. The Star-Ledger still has not reported the race of the attackers.
UPDATE (Your Phone Calls): Some of you have called the Newark Star-Ledger to voice your disapproval of their coverage. Reporter James Queally lashed out on twitter this afternoon. He tweeted “The amount of racist phone calls/tweets/e-mails I’ve received with the Prudential Center attacks is actually terrifying.” Apparently, opposition to censorship is what Queally considers “racist.” You can call the Star-Ledger at 1-973-392-4169.
Six people were savagely beaten after leaving a Red Hot Hot Chili Peppers concert in Newark, NJ. Newark police are refusing to release video of some of the attackers. However, statements by the police indicate that the attacks were most likely racially motivated hate crimes.
The Newark Star-Ledger admits that the race of the perpetrators is listed in the police report, but they censored that information on purpose. Now it seems, all media in Newark is showing a united front of censorship.
Local media outlets Fox 9, PIX 11, and ABC Channel 7 are running segments on the brutal mob attacks by “teens.” The number of known victims is up to six. All three networks are calling the attackers “teens” and censoring all mention of race.
ABC Channel 7 (NYC/NJ) starts their segment by showing a stock photo of two white fists! If the “teens” are not white, then this is defamation against white people.
Contact ABC Channel 7 at 1-212-456-3173 Video Below