|Conrad Barrett is being charged with a hate crime after he randomly knockout a Black man and possibly uttered racial slurs at the victim.|
Asshat Colin Flaherty has been mentioned alot here on Journal de la Reyna. He along with That Guy Who Helped Obama Win are the two reasons to why our country being so messed up.
After all these well paid White guys were warning those fearful White folk, that this so-called knockout game is coming to a suburban area near you. Every news event had to have a Black on White crime where some random White person was knocked out by the five finger roll of 'us Black Folk".
Asshat Colin Flaherty was telling the conservative agitators that Blacks are randomly knockout innocent White people, the junk food media is now covering it.
Every event in America where this so-called knockout game happened, either the individual was arrested or the story was made up and the junk food media (namely Loserville) picked up on it and ran with it regardless.
This so-called knockout game has led to arrest. This one has gotten the nation's attention and torpedoed the meme of Black on White crime For you see the person who was arrested in this attack was a White man who just randomly knocked out a Black man.
A 27-year-old Texas man was arrested by federal authorities on Thursday for allegedly filming himself punching a 79-year-old African-American man and breaking his jaw. Authorities say the assailant was attempting to see whether a "knockout" attack on a black victim would be nationally televised.
Conrad Alvin Barrett was arrested and accused of punching the unnamed victim last month and filming the assault. Barrett allegedly showed the video to a man outside a restaurant who he didn't realize was an off-duty investigator. In the video, the attacker approaches the elderly African-American man, asks him "How's it going, man?" and proceeds to punch him before laughing, saying "knockout" and fleeing in a vehicle. Barett has been charged with a hate crime.
According to the federal complaint, in another video found on his cell phone, Barrett allegedly says that African-Americans "haven't fully experienced the blessing of evolution" and uses the n-word. The complaint alleges Barrett said he had been trying to get up the "courage" to play the knockout game for a week.
The “knockout game," in which an assailant attempts to knock out a victim with one punch, has received a lot of press recently, though similar attacks have dated back as far as 1992, according to the complaint.
“Hate crimes tear at the fabric of entire communities,” Acting Assistant Attorney General Jocelyn Samuels of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division said in a statement. “As always, the Civil Rights Division will work with our federal and state law enforcement partners to ensure that hate crimes are identified and prosecuted, and that justice is done.”
Barrett's attorney, George Parnham, did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Huffington Post. However, Parnham told CNN that his client, who is currently in lockup, has bipolar disorder and takes medication.
Barrett will appear in court on Friday. He faces a maximum of 10 years in federal time out and a $250,000 fine if convicted.