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White America stunned by black response to gang rape of eleven year old.


Photo Quanell X. This former crack dealer is a leader of the New Black Panther Party. His group wears paramilitary uniforms and says Allah will bring about the extermination of all white people in the near future.

The actions of the black community in Cleveland, Texas, have been so despicable that even the most liberal black apologists are furious.

As many as 28 black men aged 14-28 gang raped an eleven year old Hispanic girl. They videotaped the assault with multiple cameras. Video and camera stills were found circulating at several majority black public schools, including the Middle School attended by the victim.

Then when police arrested the accused perpetrators, many in the black community defended them.  A large rally was even held by the New Black Panther Party, which blamed the victim and white racists. Quanell X, a Black Panther leader, distributed a picture of the eleven year old victim and suggested that she enticed the men into raping her. He called the arrests of the accused perpetrators “racist.”

A radical white left-wing New York Times penned a story that pandered to these blacks and blamed the victim. Outrage immediately spread through the internet, and the New York Times issued a weak apology.

The behavior of the black community in this rural Texas county continues to shock and appall. Major left-wing sites like Huffington Post and Change.org have printed columns attacking the response of the black community in Cleveland. (although they try to do so without mentioning that they are talking about blacks)

From Houston Chronicle… (Notice they censor race and refer to Quanell X as an “activist”)

A meeting Thursday night that was billed as a way to discuss concerns some have about the investigation into a series of alleged sexual assaults on an 11-year-old girl turned into a forum that many used to blame the girl police contend is the victim of heinous attacks.

Many who attended the meeting said they supported the group of men and boys who have been charged in the case. Supporters didn’t claim that the men and boys did not have sex with the young girl; instead they blamed the girl for the way she dressed or claimed she must have lied about her age — accusations that have drawn strong responses from those who note an 11-year-old cannot consent to sex and that it doesn’t matter how she was dressed.

Thursday’s meeting was led by Quanell X, an activist prominent in Houston’s black community. He told the audience of more than 130 people who had packed a small community center that the gathering’s goal was not to criticize the girl but to question the investigation by police, although he did question why she didn’t report the attack to authorities herself.

“I did not come here this evening to jump on an 11-year-old girl,” he said.

The activist, who was invited to speak by a local pastor, said he was concerned that only young black men had been arrested. He said he believed some of those arrested were guilty but that others were not. He told those in attendance that if they were questioned by police about the case that they should only talk to police with a lawyer present.

During the meeting, Quanell X also asked people to donate money to the defense funds for two of those arrested in the case.

After the meeting, many in attendance told reporters that the girl had consented to the sex.

“She lied about her age. Them boys didn’t rape her. She wanted this to happen. I’m not taking nobody’s side, but if she hadn’t put herself in that predicament, this would have never happened,” said Angie Woods, who lives in Houston but grew up in Cleveland.

Here is the founder of the New Black Panther Party, and its leader until his death in 2001. Remember, the “mainstream” media calls them “activists.”

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