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Wisconsin Governor wants hate crime charges for state fair attacks.


During the opening night of the Wisconsin state fair, numerous white people were viciously attacked by black thugs as they left. Yet the police were quick to deny that racially motivated attacks took place.

Initially the police admitted to arresting a large number of black thugs for violent crimes that night. Yet they insisted that none of those arrested had been involved in attacking white people. They also stated that none would be charged with hate crimes. Now, as more evidence has come out, the police department seems to have done a complete 180. First claiming they arrested suspects for unrelated non-racial violent crimes, now admitting they in fact have suspects in racially motivated attacks.

The local media has been quick to downplay or censor the attacks as well, despite the existence of numerous frantic 911 calls.

From AP…

The investigation into 11 of the violent incidents on the opening night of the Wisconsin State Fair has resulted in the arrest of a 16-year-old African-American who reportedly told investigators he targeted whites.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was asked on WLS Radio’s Roe and Roeper Show Friday if he thought the crimes warranted hate crime status, “I think it is absolutely outrageous, it is a hate crime, and I would imagine the prosecutor will be very aggressive on this. There is no tolerance whether it’s white on black or black on white, there shouldn’t be any tolerance in general for that kind of problems.”

West Allis police said Thursday the teen was arrested late Wednesday. The Milwaukee teen was booked on suspicion of attempted robbery and robbery. Police recommend that he face additional penalties for hate crimes.

Police say the teen told investigators whites were chosen because he considered them “easy targets.”

On opening night of the fair last week, 31 people were arrested and at least 11 people were hurt. The West Allis Police Department has said race was a factor in the 11 violent incidents it’s investigating.

This report came two days after the local police released an official statement stating:

“The police department issued a statement with details of arrests, saying ‘None of these incidents possessed elements that would compel the pursuance of a ‘hate crime’ prosecution.”

Witnesses reported attacks on the opening night of the fair that seemed to be racially motivated with young African Americans beating up white fair goers, but police say at this point there is not enough evidence to support such claims.”