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Shocking large scale racially motivated attack on police and firefighters in Alton, IL.


Since the election of Barack Obama America has seen an explosion of brutal racially motivated crimes committed against white people by blacks. A fourth of July attack on police and firefighters is especially shocking.

Over 300 blacks massed outside of a public housing project in Alton, IL. They phoned in fake calls to police and firefighters. When the police and firefighters arrived, the mob attacked them with fireworks.

Article from Journal Star (Notice the paper CENSORS all mention of race.)

An unruly mob lured emergency personnel to a southwestern Illinois housing complex with reports of a blaze, a shooting and other crimes, then repeatedly attacked them with fireworks and bottle rockets, police said Tuesday.

No one was injured in the onslaughts against firefighters and police Sunday night and early Monday near a sprawling, three-block housing complex in Alton, Ill., a 30,000-resident Mississippi River city northeast of St. Louis.

The attackers apparently intended the assaults as amusement for a crowd of several hundred adults and children who had gathered at the Oakwood Housing Complex to watch, at times requiring police to fire volleys of pepper balls to control the throng, Police Chief David Hayes said.

“It defies human logic,” Hayes said, calling the outbursts “despicable” and uncivilized. “It’s the work of hoodlums that would create a ruse like that to lure in emergency services people who are paid to protect them and be at their service, then use those resources as target practice and fun” with firecrackers, bottle rockets and other fireworks all outlawed in Illinois.

From The Telegraph (Also CENSORED all mention of race.)

The attacks began when firefighters arrived to fight what authorities believe was a purposely set fire in a large trash receptacle at 10:25 p.m. Sunday in the 700 block of Oakwood Road. Police already were on the way to respond to calls about large amount of fireworks being set off.

When firefighters and officers arrived, members of the mob shot bottle rockets at them from behind buildings. Police used the pepper-ball guns against the crowd and left after firefighters extinguished that first fire. They returned after getting reports of people shot or injured, but found none, the report says.

Police were attacked a third time when someone reported a truck on fire, but it turned out to be a box, and left when they ran out of pepper-ball ammunition.

There were two more such fires to follow Monday – at 1 a.m. in the 800 block of Oakwood and 10:37 p.m. in the 700 block of Oakwood – and one more at 1 a.m. Tuesday in the 700 block of Oakwood, said Deputy Chief Mark Harris of the Alton Fire Department.

“It was a bad Fourth,” Hightower said Tuesday. “I am very disturbed by the series of incidents that led to an attack on personnel from the Alton Fire and Police departments on the Fourth of July.