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Up to 28 black males participated in gang rape of 11 year old.


Photo Right: New Black Panther Leader Quanell X says 11 year old victim of gang rape brought attack on herself. Blames white people for arrests.

As we reported earlier. An eleven year old Hispanic girl was offered a ride by some black men in Cleveland, Texas. Instead of taking her home, she was taken to two locations. The men called their friends and took turns raping the girl. The gang rape was filmed by multiple video cameras. Video and pictures of the gang rape were passed around at several 95%+ black High Schools and Middle Schools in Cleveland, Texas. The video was even found being distributed at the Middle School attended by the victim.

Police have identified 18 people in the videos and arrested 17 of them. Those arrested range in age from 14 to 26. Now Police are saying there may be as many as ten more perps in the video.

What happened next has ripped apart Cleveland, Texas along racial lines. Blacks began defending the accused. Many in the all black “Precinct 20” neighborhood of Cleveland, Texas have told reporters that the eleven year old was a “willing participant” and therefore “no crime was committed.” The extreme New Black Panther Party held a rally blaming the arrests on “white racism.”

Idiotic white reporters pander to blacks who are making excuses for the perps.

Condescending white New York Times writer in hot water for blaming the victim.

The head of the Houston based bureau for the New York Times is in hot water for blaming the eleven year old victim in an article. The New York Times has been forced to issue an apology. James McKinley of the New York Times seems to think that if an eleven year old girl is hanging out in a black neighborhood she should expect to be gang raped by over 20 black men.

From New York Times…

Residents in the neighborhood where the abandoned trailer stands — known as the Quarters — said the victim had been visiting various friends there for months. They said she dressed older than her age, wearing makeup and fashions more appropriate to a woman in her 20s. She would hang out with teenage boys at a playground, some said.

“Where was her mother? What was her mother thinking?” said Ms. Harrison, one of a handful of neighbors who would speak on the record. “How can you have an 11-year-old child missing down in the Quarters?”

News Report of New Black Panther Party Rally for the accused. How can white reporters cover this story with a straight face and promote Quanell X, a former crack dealer, as some sort of valid civil rights leader. Notice the media brings up an event twenty years old to imply that there is “white racism” in the town. Notice the last sentence of the video clip. They wait till the end to tell you that the family of the victim has fled town due to threats of violence against them. Only one sentence is devoted to this, but the majority of the 2.5 minute segment is devoted to basely insinuating that “white racism” exists.

The media also hand picked the least obnoxious comments by Quanell X to air. Quanell X explicitly blames the victim and excuses the perps during his anti-white rally. Quanell distributed a picture of the victim and screamed “You can’t tell she’s a girl. What are these boys supposed to do, ask for an ID?”

More video of rally. Quanell X says that multiple videos and pictures of the crime is not enough. Says accused should be released since “There is no DNA.”

“No question about her age” says lawyer for the accused.

A lawyer for the accused says there was no question that the girl was eleven, and her age will not be part of the defense. Read story in Houston Chronicle.

Quanell X run out of white neighborhood in 2007. White people must confront anti-white hatred with a unified voice like you see in this Texas town.