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US Marine in a coma after racially motivated lynching in Mississippi. Police Chief insults victim.

Update: The victim is said to have permanent brain damage.

Related: CBS Atlanta falsely depicts perps as being white and black!

Updates: First suspect arrested. Police Chief Tim Brinkley decides it might have been a hate crime after receiving intense criticism online.

A white US Marine went into a Waffle House late at night in West Point, MS. As he went in a black man warned him not to enter because he is white. He went in anyway and was immediately jeered by blacks in the restaurant. He left and went to a nearly vacant Huddle House down the road. However, a mob of about twenty blacks followed him to the Huddle House and brutally attacked him while screaming racial slurs. He was seriously injured and is in a medically induced coma.

A second white man who served in the Air Force was also injured.

If the races had been reversed, this would be the biggest news story in America right now. The national media would be racing from Ferguson to West Point!

West Point, MS police Chief Brinkley insulted the white victim. He denied it was a “hate crime” and said he will only pursue aggravated assault charges in the near fatal lynching. In a press release, he said “the evidence and statements suggest that a verbal altercation turned physical and somebody got hurt.” Twenty thugs pursuing a victim down the road and then nearly killing him while screaming racial slurs is just a simple “verbal altercation that got out of hand.”

MS police Chief Tim Brinkley is running interference for the perpetrators so they will get no more than a wrist slapping! Based on his press release, we must consider that he simply hates all white people.

The AP also tried to downplay the attack with the headline “2 Hurt in West Point Confrontation.”

The local NBC affiliate called the near fatal racially motivated lynching “a fight.”

West Point, MS has 11,300 people and it is 57% black.

From AP…

West Point police said a man received life-threatening injuries in what they are investigating as an aggravated assault at a restaurant.

A relative, Bradley Barnes of Madison, told The Associated Press by telephone on Sunday that his brother-in-law was in a medically induced coma following brain surgery. “They’re going to try and wake him up tomorrow and see what damage was done,” Barnes said, describing Weems as a 32-year-old former Marine who had served in Iraq.

West Point, MS police Chief Tim Brinkley insulted the white victim. He denied it was a “hate crime.” He called it a “verbal altercation that got out of hand.”

David Knighten of West Point told AP earlier by phone that he and Weems had gone to a Waffle House early Saturday. He said a man waved him over outside the restaurant and told him politely that people were upset by the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and it wasn’t a safe place for whites. When he went in, he said, Weems was inside and was arguing with other men.

They left after an argument that brought police, Knighten said. He said he showed those officers his .45-caliber handgun and his concealed carry permit.That was about 1 a.m., according to police, who did not give either man’s name in a press release posted by WCBI-TV.

On the way to Weems’ house, Knighten said, they went into a Huddle House restaurant with a nearly vacant parking lot.

However, he said, they apparently had been followed by more than 20 people.Knighten, who said he had served with the Air Force in Afghanistan, said he came out of the restroom to find Weems surrounded. “I was trying to defuse the situation,” he said.

After some shoving, he said, the security guard told everyone to leave.

Knighten said some people blocked him from leaving with Weems. When he got out, he said, Weems was down and people were kicking him. Knighten said others attacked him, adding “I do remember racial slurs being yelled from the crowd.”

Knighten says he has broken bones in his face, a cut over his left eye and a blood clot in his right eye.