US Marine Stabbed in Back by Shoplifter

#3
Is The Hinterland Gazette a normal every day publication, or does it have tendencies towards 'the far right' of the political spectrum.

I just googled 'Tracy Attaway' and came up with this

The Hinterland Gazette

Black man, Tracey Attaway, arrested & charged with stabbing US Marine Cpl. Phillip Duggan as he attempted to shoplift laptop at Augusta Best Buy store.
My bold, in The Uk, when a crime is reported in the MSM, ones ethniticity is not described until after trial and the guilty bastards are sent down.

They even mention his colour twice, as well as publishing his photo, just to make sure people get the message he was not, and will never be a 'good old boy'

According to the Augusta Chronicle, Attaway, who is black, was charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault and possession of a knife in the commission of a crime.
Well done Cpl Phillip Duggan, although I'm sure he's wandering how he came to be hospilatized by collecting Toys For Tots.
 
#4
So, the way The Hinterland Gazette reports it, the marine was nicking a laptop when he was stabbed by a black man, presumably a bit of vigilante justice.

....'charged with stabbing US Marine Cpl Duggan as he attempted to shoplift.....'

Is it written by children?
 
#5
Is The Hinterland Gazette a normal every day publication, or does it have tendencies towards 'the far right' of the political spectrum.

I just googled 'Tracy Attaway' and came up with this

The Hinterland Gazette

My bold, in The Uk, when a crime is reported in the MSM, ones ethniticity is not described until after trial and the guilty bastards are sent down.

They even mention his colour twice, as well as publishing his photo, just to make sure people get the message he was not, and will never be a 'good old boy'

Well done Cpl Phillip Duggan, although I'm sure he's wandering how he came to be hospilatized by collecting Toys For Tots.
Never heard of the publication although it appears to be by a Black with an agenda such that referring to the perp's race advances it. In general, it is not referred to in the US even when there is an all point bulletin out for people to be on the lookout for a fleeing felon and his or her race would be relevant in that context. PC madness.
 
#8
Hope the Marine makes a swift recovery. And that the scumbag is punished to the full extent of the Law.

What sentence is he likely to receive if found guilty, JJ? I'm willing to bet it's rather tougher than our own so-called justice system would hand down for a similar crime...
 
#9
What if the guilty bastards walk?
Lessons will be learnt, conclusions will be mirrored in the findings from multi-agency reviews. There will be missed opportunities to assess significant concerns, and naturally, a spokescreature will be wheeled on to provide the usual justification for the hysterical overreaction and further debasement of our justice system
 
#10
Pointy hat. White Robe. Torch. Two pieces of lumber soaked in kerosene and a rope to lash them together with.

That Georgia.
Indeed but what is your point other than to merely state the obvious--except the soaked lumber thing--we use burlap wrapping off the cotton bales old son ;-)
 
#11
Race aside, the word "cnut" comes to mind. I hope the Marine recovers and the stabber ends up learning the real meaning of "back stabbing" during his time in pokey.

Being in a Southern state though, surely someone should have been at hand with a large arsenal and a burning upright with a horizontal cross member.
 
#13
Is The Hinterland Gazette a normal every day publication, or does it have tendencies towards 'the far right' of the political spectrum.

I just googled 'Tracy Attaway' and came up with this

The Hinterland Gazette

My bold, in The Uk, when a crime is reported in the MSM, ones ethniticity is not described until after trial and the guilty bastards are sent down.

They even mention his colour twice, as well as publishing his photo, just to make sure people get the message he was not, and will never be a 'good old boy'

Well done Cpl Phillip Duggan, although I'm sure he's wandering how he came to be hospilatized by collecting Toys For Tots.
Here in NYC we will get a report of a rapist describing every bit of clothing he wore but wont mention his race. So, Gee were supposed to look for a guy in a NY Yankees cap with sweats on. Narrows the suspects down to 3-4 million.
 
#14
Here in NYC we will get a report of a rapist describing every bit of clothing he wore but wont mention his race. So, Gee were supposed to look for a guy in a NY Yankees cap with sweats on. Narrows the suspects down to 3-4 million.
Exact same thing in Atlanta although if you hear the area of the city and nature of the crime you can usually make fairly accurate guesses. Just as in the PC idiocy of not "profiling" by our airport security to focus our resources on the most likely threats, our public officials are afraid to let the public know vital and legitimate information about criminals on the loose.
 
#16
Same thing in this neck of the woods re profiling. If no race is mentioned you can take a pretty good guess and generally be on the money. If it's a mzungu it'll be trumpeted from the rooftops, particularly if the victim is of the chosen ones. Applies more to state than private media but all get their licks in.
 
#17
In general, it is not referred to in the US even when there is an all point bulletin out for people to be on the lookout for a fleeing felon and his or her race would be relevant in that context. PC madness.
Surely there are creative ways around this?

"Two armed and dangerous felons are on the loose in Jawjah; citizens are advised to exercise caution. One is 6' 2" and looks like a good old boy, but stinks of fox piss, the other is 5' 9" and his ancestors were likely 'lubbin it in dem fields'."

I'm confident that a good lawyer will persuade people that there is no direct reference to racial identifying characteristics and if people do bring 'color' to mind, why that's just them thinking stereotypically and surely no educated, reasonable person of good multi-cultural character would bring a stereotype to mind? ("Why, judge, ah'm ashamed of you and mah opposin counsel for a thinking such a thing!")
 
#18
Exact same thing in Atlanta although if you hear the area of the city and nature of the crime you can usually make fairly accurate guesses. Just as in the PC idiocy of not "profiling" by our airport security to focus our resources on the most likely threats, our public officials are afraid to let the public know vital and legitimate information about criminals on the loose.
I stayed in Savannah for a month when travelling, what a shit hole, was staying on a street called East Duffy that reminded me of the opening scenes in 'Boyz in the Hood'.

Couldn't even walk into town so lived in cabs, after someone got shot near the house and after I'd run up a fabulous bill on my hosts phone I fucked off to Clearwater, Florida to look for Hulk Hogans house.

Your women are possibly the most shameless on the planet too.
 
#19
Savannah is a geat place. A little research before traveling usually prevents such blunders as yours.
Blunder??!! I was living with an art student who had her own tattoo gun and who liked making filthy videos.

Unfortunately a month living on cheap cocaine and wine with the odd KFC thrown in nearly saw me off and I left behind some pretty abortive attempts at painting.

Nice architecture though and I loved the little coffee houses and their open mic nights.
 
#20
Blunder??!! I was living with an art student who had her own tattoo gun and who liked making filthy videos.

Unfortunately a month living on cheap cocaine and wine with the odd KFC thrown in nearly saw me off and I left behind some pretty abortive attempts at painting.

Nice architecture though and I loved the little coffee houses and their open mic nights.

How lovely.
 

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