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University of Pittsburgh football players accused of racially motivated gang attack

University of Pittsburgh star running back Ray Graham was allegedly the ringleader of a random racially motivated mob attack. Photo from

The racially motivated attacks on white people are becoming increasingly common. In this attack a white male was targeted at random by a black mob that included college football players. Three Pitt football players have been charged with crimes, however they have been allowed to continue playing.


NBC Sports had it half right: When he is on the football field, Lafayette Pitts is one of the most dangerous men in America.

Off the field, he is accused of being even more menacing. Pitts and two teammates from the University of Pittsburgh football team stand accused of playing the Knockout Game.

The Knockout Game is just one form of the black mob violence and lawlessness documented in more than 80 cities with more than 400 examples in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

Rules of the Knockout Game are pretty simple: Find a white guy. Make sure he looks defenseless. Punch him in the face. If he doesn’t get up, you win. And that is what three witnesses said the Pitt players did just a few weeks ago.

Last Friday, it was revealed they were charged with assault and conspiracy. Their court date is set for January. But that did not stop them from suiting up the next day for a big game against Notre Dame.

See the Big List of black mob violence.

During the match, NBC Sports mentioned the crimes only once, albeit briefly. They called it a “confrontation.”

To Karl Olsheski, it seemed more like an assault. Olsheski and two women were walking near the Pitt campus when a mob of black people crossed the street to block their way.

It was a Saturday night, early Sunday morning really, and the Pitt Panthers had just returned to Pittsburgh after a 20-6 victory over the Buffalo Bulls.

Star running back Ray Graham allegedly made the first move. He stepped in front of Olsheski and asked “Wassup?” Graham did not know Olsheski, but Olsheski knew him. Lots of people do: He’s a big man at Pitt. The fourth most prolific running back in Pitt history.