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Two Boston cops hospitalized in apparent racially motivated mob attack


Left-wing Boston Mayor Martin Walsh immediately issued a statement claiming the attackers had not been emboldened by racial agitation over Mike Brown and Eric Garner.

The media racial agitation against white police officers is now a physical war of violence.

Over the past few days, officers have been attacked in RI, FL, CA, and NC. Three of those attacks were attempted assassinations.

Now two Boston police officers, one male and one female, have been hospitalized in a mob attack by a group of black teenage perpetrators. The perpetrators were as young as 13. The two officers were kicked, punched, and choked.

Like the other four attacks, the media is censoring the race in every article.

However, the attack occurred in one of the blackest parts of Boston. In fact, the attack occurred in a census tract that is 1% white. They area is over two thirds black and the rest is Latino. The two adult suspects do not have Spanish names, and the suspects are said to be all related.

The left-wing mayor of Boston immediately issued a public insult to everyone’s intelligence. He instantly declared that the attackers had not been emboldened by racial agitation over Mike Brown and Eric Garner.

The Boston attack is very similar to the recent attack in Rhode Island, when a black male assaulted two male cops and then a crowd of other black males and females attacked a female officer in a mob attack.

Too say that these attacks are have nothing to do with racial agitation over Mike Brown and Eric Garner is absurd.

Meanwhile, supporters of the ongoing Mike Brown/Eric Garner racial agitation are vowing to disrupt Boston’s New Year’s Eve events with “die ins.”

The officers, a woman and a man, went to an apartment in the city’s Roxbury neighborhood on Monday morning to serve a warrant on a 19-year-old man for defaulting on court appearances, the Boston Herald reported.

Seven people were arrested in all, including the person police were originally seeking, Woobenson Morrisset.

Morrisset, and 18-year-old Lorcen Morrisset, who is accused of participating in the attack, are scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday. It’s not known if either has a lawyer.

The other teens, a 17-year-old boy and girls ages 13, 14, 15, and 16, face assault and battery on a police officer and other charges in juvenile court.

When the officers found Woobenson Morrisset in a rear stairwell, he attacked them, according to the police report.

Police Commissioner William Evans told WBZ-AM that as the officers were about to handcuff Morrisset, residents of two apartments came to his aid and “kicked, punched, and choked” the officers.

They used pepper spray to fight off the attackers until other officers arrived. Evans said they never drew their guns.