Just when an allegedly retarded white boy thought his Negro friends were going to take care of him, they took care of him.
What are the three magic words to prevent what happened to him from happening to you: Avoid the groid.
It’s pleasing to see that white altruism is going to a white victim this time.
CHICAGO, Illinois – An online effort to raise money for a mentally disabled man whose beating was broadcast live on Facebook in Chicago has brought in nearly $100,000.
The GoFundMe campaign called “Let’s show the Chicago Victim Love” had a goal of $10,000. As of Saturday the account has reached over $94,000.
Four black suspects are facing charges of battery, kidnapping and hate crimes in connection with the attack on the 18-year-old victim. The suspects — two men and two women — are black and the victim is white.
Authorities say the victim was tied up for several hours. Video footage shows the assailants taunting him with profanities against white people and President-elect Donald Trump.
A GoFundMe spokesman confirmed the victim’s family is working with the company on the campaign.
The victim’s family spoke out about the kidnapping and torture:
There’s more good news as CNN and other media outlets have reported that the perps have been denied bail and been charged with a hate crime.
The suspects face hate crime, kidnapping, unlawful restraint and battery charges in their alleged role in the attack.
“I’m wondering where was the sense of decency that each of you should have had?” Cook County Judge Maria Kuriakos Ciesil asked the suspects. “When the mom reached out asking about his child … Where was it? I don’t see it.”
The decision to deny them bail brought cheers in the courtroom.
After the hearing, Assistant State’s Attorney Erin Antonetti told reporters the 18-year-old victim suffers from schizophrenia and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. He was friends with one of the suspects, Jordan Hill, and was voluntarily spending time with him, starting on New Year’s Eve, she said.