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Heroic Philly man fought off murderous armed black mob.

Photo from Philadelphia Inquirer. Mark Lavelle successfully fought off an armed black mob who stormed his home with murderous intentions. Since fighting off the attack. Lavelle has been threatened by adult black neighbors. Including at least one death threat made to his face.

As you look at this story, imagine the races were reversed. This would have been the number one biggest news story in the entire nation. Instead the local paper censored all mention for 18 days.

Mark Lavelle protected two white teens who were targeted for violence by a heavily armed black mob. The mob included adults as old as 32.

The black mob, armed with pipes, baseball bats and guns, stormed his family home. Members of the mob appear to have had every intention to commit murder.

Three of the vicious thugs, aged 17 to 32, have been arrested.

After CENSORING the entire story for weeks, the Philadelphia Inquirer is now trying to downplay the attack. They are actually admitting that it was a racially motivated attack against whites. However they are shamelessly hustling a “white people started it” claim by the perpetrators as if it actually has merit.

For the past two years, Philadelphia has seen vicious racially motivated attacks on white people often on a weekly basis. The attacks appear to be getting worse. Recently a local news affiliate urged white pedestrians NOT to carry concealed weapons, and to NOT defend themselves from vicious racially motivated attacks. reported on this before.

From Philadelphia Inquirer…

Two fearful white teens spotted Mark LaVelle on Indiana Avenue near Belgrade Street and asked for help. Suddenly, the mob appeared. LaVelle, who said that he didn’t know the two kids, who looked to be 13 or 14, ran with them into his nearby house.

” ‘We got you, you white mother——-!’ ” LaVelle said he heard someone yell in the “mob” of black and Hispanic youths.

Inside his house, LaVelle, 37, called to his wife, Kim, 30, to go to their bedroom with their twin 13-month-old boys, Mark and Mason, and to call police. He also ordered his two other sons, 11 and 17, and his nephew, 7, to stay upstairs.

With the two teens hiding in the house, LaVelle, 5 feet 10, 220 pounds, a well-known sports-league organizer and coach in the community, went outside to try to calm the angry mob.

They were standing on his steps. One shouted, ” ‘Something’s going to happen now!’ ” LaVelle recalled in an interview Friday at his house. LaVelle got nervous and went back inside, locking his door with a deadbolt.

But the attackers pounded on his front windows and kicked his wooden door so hard, it flew open and some of them entered his house.

“The first guy hits me with a pipe. The second guy knocks me in the face. All I’m hearing is my wife and kids screaming,” said LaVelle, who feared that the next time they saw him, he would be in a casket.

He said that he was able to push the attackers out the door, but then a third man – who had a gun – tried to extend his arm. LaVelle grabbed onto the gunman’s lower arm and shoulder so he couldn’t raise the weapon. Then, police sirens screamed in the neighborhood, and the mob turned and ran.

LaVelle said that the next day the mother of the juvenile came back with some other people, banging on his door, screaming. LaVelle, who was at a charity sports event, was called back to the house by one of his sons.

When he got home, LaVelle said, the mother yelled at him, ” ‘You white mother——, you got my kid locked up! You got my son locked up because he’s black, you’re white!’ ” The mother claimed that her son had been “a witness,” not an attacker. To that, LaVelle said if that were true, it would come out in court.

But the mother, according to LaVelle, then yelled: ” ‘If you make it to court! I know where you live!’ “