The shocking incident
I came to this country to shit in the street and beat black people with a large wooden stick.
And I’m all out of streets.
A prosecutor in Central California said Tuesday no charges are forthcoming against the two 7-Eleven clerks who beat a would-be robber with a large wooden stick in a viral video.
San Joaquin County District Attorney Ron Freitas said any resources dedicated to the incident will be focused on prosecuting the robbery suspect, not the convenience store workers.
“The Stockton 7-11 Store Clerks are not & have never been, suspects of the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office,” Mr. Freitas said in a statement to Sacramento NBC affiliate KCRA-TV. “Any investigation going forward is to hold accountable the individual who threatened & attempted to rob them.”
I can’t tell if Ron Freitas looks based or unhinged or both. (What kind of person makes this face in a photo? Then approves the photo to be used as an official press photo? What kind of message is he trying to send?)
The Stockton Police Department said Monday it arrested robbery suspect Tyrone Frazier. Officers took the 41-year-old into custody for a vandalism offense just blocks away from the 7-Eleven.
Police said the suspect is being investigated for two robberies at the convenience store within 24 hours on July 28-29.
If you’re not white, you have a lot of privileges. But blacks have the most (specifically because they are the most problematic – really by a massive margin against the Mexicans, who are a very distant second place).
It’s unclear how far nonwhite/nonblack privilege extends against black people.
In this situation, it was so brutally obvious that the Indians were in the right, that it’s likely that only a white person could be punished for this.
We should also note: charging someone and then dropping the charges, or even acting like you’re going to charge someone, is a form of punishment, and it sends a message. It was decided by the media that the Indian was in the wrong, because blacks are like wandering holy men and doing anything to prevent their activities (virtually all of which are criminal, or at least grossly offensive) is morally reprehensible.
Basically, even other black people are not allowed to stop black people from committing crimes at this point though, so the dynamics are not clear, and I think the punishment for “nonwhite v. black” is basically determined on a case-by-case basis.
Too little, too late