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Chicago thug charged with hate crime in latest attack


Mug shot from My Fox Chicago.

CofCC.org spends a lot of time reporting on the mass censorship of black crime, especially black on white crime. Even when a black on white crime is reported, the media goes to extreme lengths to convince the public it was “random” and not motivated by racial hatred. In Grand Rapids, the media recently censored an entire race riot involved at least seven white victims.

Many cities will not charge a black suspect with a hate crime under any circumstances. Recently we have seen authorities go to great lengths to justify not charging blacks with hate crimes.

There have been a lot of black on white racially motivated mob attacks in Chicago. Usually they get the same treatment by the police and media that occurs in other big cities. This one is much different. The adult thug has been charged with a hate crimes, and the local Fox station gave an honest account. Perhaps it is, in part, because the attack occurred in a suburb and not the city of Chicago itself.

From Fox Chicago…

An 18-year-old man has been charged with a hate crime for his part in a robbery of a man on an Oak Park street this week.

Alton L. Hayes III, of 1233 N. Woodbine Ave., was allegedly one of two people who attacked a man walking on the 600 block of North Kenilworth Avenue at 12:45 a.m. Tuesday.

Hayes and a 15-year-old Chicago boy walked up behind a 19-year-old man and allegedly pinned his arms to his side, according to police.

Hayes allegedly picked up a large tree branch, pointed it at the man and said “empty your pockets, white boy.”

The two allegedly rifled through the victim’s pockets, then threw him to the ground and punched him “numerous times” in the head and back before running away.

“They gave indication that part of the reason for the crime had something to do with the victim’s race,” Reynolds said.

Hayes is being held in lieu of $80,000 bond and has a Friday court date at the Maybrook courthouse.

The boy was referred to juvenile court.