Blacks beat Matthew Boorujuy while calling him a cracker


Two men face charges in connection with an attack in Vancouver early Sunday morning that investigators believe was racially-motivated, according to court documents.

According to court documents, one of the suspects called Boorujuy a racial slur several times during the attack.

Both suspects appeared in Clark County Superior Court on Friday on suspicion of first degree assault. Hotchkins faces an additional charge of malicious harassment, which is a hate crime. Both men are scheduled to be arraigned on April 24.

Two men are accused of a racially motivated assault in Vancouver’s Rose Village Sunday in which one of the suspects allegedly attempted to shoot the victim but beat him with the gun when the weapon wouldn’t fire.

Zachery L. Hotchkins, 22, and Robert E. Mitchell IV, 18, both of Vancouver, appeared today in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of first-degree assault. Hotchkins also was held on suspicion of malicious harassment, which is a hate crime.

“The victim was called a ‘cracker’ multiple times during the assault,” said Deputy Prosecutor Dan Gasperino.

That’s a racial slur referring to a white person.

During the attack, Boorujay was repeatedly called the racial slur, according to court records.


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Philadelphia “teens” selected victims because they were white

Three Allentown high school students have been charged with ethnic intimidation for allegedly recording themselves bullying other students and posting the resulting “smack cam video” on Facebook.

The three males – two aged 15 and one aged 14 – are accused of selecting the victims, in part, because they are white, according to a news release from Lehigh County District Attorney James Martin.

Three teens were sitting at a table in the school cafeteria when three other teens allegedly approached and started making comments. Prosecutors said the teens used profanities to mock the other students’ race, stature and appearance, such as the glasses they were wearing.

The suspects used the racial slur “pink” in referring to the white victims, according to investigators.


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“White man tried to tussle with me so I shot him”

H/T: Top Conservative News
Two “teens” forced a white man to strip at gunpoint, then shot him. One of them justified the murder by saying “white man tried to tussle with me, so I shot him”. The two murderers were black, the victim was white, and one of the murders referred to the victim by his race. Forcing white people to strip is a common hallmark in black-on-white racist attacks, for example the black rioters in England forced the indigenous white victims to strip to humiliate them.

From UK Mail Online…

Robinson told detectives Adams made Nathan strip, according to the court papers. ‘When he told Nathan to take his pants off the victim started reaching for his shoes and Simeon asked him (Nathan) “Why you reaching for your shoes?”. Simeon said the “white man tried to tussle with me so I shot him”‘.

There is CCTV of the murder:

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Was it a hate crime?

DETROIT (WWJ) – As a 54-year-old Roseville man clings to life in the hospital following a brutal mob beating on Detroit’s east side, many are starting to wonder if the whole thing was racially motivated.

State Rep. Alberta Tinsley Talabi (D-Detroit), told WWJ Legal Analyst Charlie Langton the incident appears to have racial overtones, adding, “it’s wrong.”

Joseph Utash said he believes his father was intentionally targeted or even worse, that skin color might have played a role. Based on witness accounts, the attackers were African American.

Separately, a 16-year-old boy is charged in Juvenile Court with assault and ethnic intimidation in the case. He’s black; Utash is white.

A fifth defendant is a 16-year-old Detroit male whose case is pending in juvenile court. He is the only defendant also charged with ethnic intimidation. The defendant, like the others charged, is black while Utash is white.


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“Get Out of Town Cracker” sprayed on white man’s burnt-down house

A white man had his house burnt down, and anti-white racist and black gang graffiti was found at the scene. The graffiti said “Get Out of Town Cracker” and featured symbols of the “Gangster Disciples” a black gang.

Media coverage is really weird, as usual.

(Clarksdale, MS) John King says he’s lost the only home he’s ever owned, possibly due to a hate crime.

On March 22, someone set fire to his Clarksdale home, but not before they spray painted words and symbols all over the walls.

The words “Get Out Cracker” were sprayed on one wall.

Cracker is a derogatory term for white people, and King is white.

The Star of David is sprayed on two walls.

King isn’t Jewish, but that symbol is used by the Gangster Disciples, who are active in Clarksdale.

Why are they explaining “cracker is a derogatory term for white people“, like we don’t know? Like this is something that needs explaining? If it had been “Get Out Nigger” would they explain “nigger is a derogatory term for black people“?

Why do they say “King isn’t Jewish”? They already said he was white. Besides . . . why would we think he was Jewish? Surely it would make more sense that the perpetrators were Jewish? It’s the symbol of a black gang anyway, but I want to talk about this Jewish thing. Putting aside the fact that it’s the symbol of the Gangster Disciples, if it was just a Jewish symbol, wouldn’t that logically suggest it was racist Jews harassing a non-Jew, and leaving their mark? Why would non-Jews burn down a Jew’s house and spray a Jewish symbol? If a Jew’s house was burned down and Christian symbols were sprayed with “Get Out Kike“, the media wouldn’t be saying “he’s not a Christian“, would they? They already called him a cracker, and they were the ones who sprayed the symbol, so why are they telling us he’s not a Jew? Jewish graffiti would imply the people who did it are Jews.


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