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14 year old arrested for racially motivated attack.

A twenty two year old white man said he was confronted outside his house by black teens who told him he couldn’t listen to rap music because he is white.

When he said he would listen to whatever he wanted a large 14 year old attacked him while the rest cheered. The 14 year old has been arrested and charged with hate crime enhancement.

Teaching Children to Hate.

This is the reality of race hate never mentioned on the news or by professional left-wing fund raising organizations. This 14 year old didn’t launch this attack in a vacuum. The open hatred of white people is commonplace in the black community. He has been emboldened to hate and even violently attack whites by family, friends, black race hustlers and politicians, and even black celebrities.

As a result, America is gripped in a largely unreported wave of brutal black on white racially motivated violence.


A 14-year-old faces a hate-crime enhancement charge after Palm Bay police said he carried out a racially-motivated attack on a 22-year-old man for listening to rap music.

The teen was taken into custody late Monday and charged with battery after Palm Bay police were called to investigate a disturbance near the intersection of Port Malabar Boulevard and India Lane in the northeast section of the city.

Hate-crime enhancement means the first-degree misdemeanor battery charge could be elevated to a third-degree felony because the youth show “extreme prejudice against the victim because of his race,” said Yvonne Martinez, spokeswoman for the Palm Bay Police Department.

“The victim, who is white, was walking along Port Malabar listening to rap music when he saw the suspect and a group of other youth,” Martinez said.

The 14-year-old, who police say may have known the man, told the man to stop listening to the rap music, “because he was white,” and that, “white people shouldn’t listen to rap music,” Martinez said.

“(The victim) then told them that he could listen to any kind of music he liked,” Martinez said.

The teen struck the victim in the face as the other youth encouraged the attack, police said. The beaten man escaped and contacted police. He later identified the teen, Martinez said. He teen was then booked into the Juvenile Detention Center.