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Four Hispanics go on racially motivated rampage. Female suspect has history of racially motivated attacks on whites.

If the races were reversed this would be the largest news story in the United States. A group of Hispanic thugs went on a rampage attacking white people in a PA bar. Malave, a female Hispanic thug beat a white female bartender with a baseball bat while yelling racial insults. She has a history of violence.

Photo Right: Miriam Leticia Malave is accused of being a vicious thug who has committed multiple brutal racially motivated attacks after being left off the hook for an attack in 2006.


Miriam Leticia Malave, 36, of 114 W. Laurel St., will go before Magisterial District Judge Anthony J. Kilker, Shenandoah, at 9 a.m. April 14. She faces two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of simple assault, two counts of recklessly endangering another person, one count of making terroristic threats and one count of harassment.

Malave and three Hispanic men allegedly beat several white patrons inside M&T Bar, 200 S. Main St., on Feb. 17.

Malave also allegedly yelled, “All the whites will die tonight,” during the assault, and hit bartender Melissa Elrod with a baseball bat.

Elrod eventually escaped and called police.

No charges have been filed against the three men involved in the fight, and they are not named in court documents.

Malave is also awaiting trial on aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and other charges after a stabbing outside La Casita bar, 8 E. Centre St., Shenandoah, in September 2009.

That trial will likely be held during the criminal court term beginning in June, according to Goodman.

Authorities allege Malave stabbed a woman in the thigh and abdomen during a fight outside the bar.

Malave was also convicted of disorderly conduct in 2007 after an incident the previous year.

Malave and three Hispanic men tried to assault three people with baseball bats on Aug. 7, 2006, according to court records. Malave and the men instead began smashing the victims’ cars with the bats before police arrived, according to the affidavit of probable cause.

Authorities initially charged Malave with ethnic intimidation in that case, but those charges were later dropped, according to records. Charges of criminal mischief, recklessly endangering another person and conspiracy were also dropped.