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Media CENSORS major hate crime attack in Missouri

Two black males stole a car and then slammed into a group of six white people who were jogging. Police say the suspects hit the joggers on purpose. Three people were injured. If the races had been reversed, this would be the BIGGEST news story in the entire western world. It would bump the election and hurricane Sandy out of the news. Instead it was blacks attacking white people, something that is occurring all over the nation on a daily basis. Almost all media outlets, that have reported this crime, are CENSORING all information about the suspects.

Numerous major media outlets now openly admit to having a policy of censoring black crime. The left-wing media absolutely does not want the public to know that the suspects were black.

About fifteen newspapers and media outlets in Arkansas and Missouri ran the story. Only the Southeast Missourian printed the mug shots of the suspects. All other media outlets censored this brutal hate crime.


Cape Girardeau police say it was no accident: An Arkansas man purposefully steered a stolen car into a group of joggers Sunday morning, leaving three of them with moderate injuries — bumps and bruises, one said — including the provost of Southeast Missouri State University.

Police declined to disclose what might have motivated two Arkansas men charged in the crime, Vincent T. Anderson of Little Rock and his alleged accomplice, Marcus E. Jones of Cotton Plant. But the men were in custody shortly after the car struck three of the six runners, including university provost Ron Rosati.

The men were charged later in the day, said Sgt. Brad Smith of the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Anderson, 19, faces five felony counts, including three for first-degree assault along with tampering with a motor vehicle and resisting arrest. Anderson also faces a misdemeanor charge of leaving the scene of an accident. He was being held on a $75,000 cash-only bond, Smith said.

Police say that Jones, 27, was the passenger in the 1994 Ford Thunderbird that had been reported stolen shortly before 7 a.m., about 10 minutes before the victims phoned 911. Jones has been handed counts of second-degree vehicle tampering and resisting arrest, both misdemeanors. Jones was held on a $15,000 cash-only bond.

Arrest warrants and other court documents were not available Sunday, but Smith said investigators have come to believe that the driver hit the pedestrians on purpose.

“Based on our investigation,” he said, “we believe it was a deliberate act.”