Black Youth Mob Kicks Syracuse Man to Death in Latest “Knock Out” Game Murder

Michael Daniels was waiting at a bus stop in Syracuse when he was attacked.
The youths kicked his eye out of its socket.
Daniels died the next day.
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Michael Daniels – ‘knock out’ victim

Syracuse resident Michael Daniels is the latest “knock out” victim. Youths beat and kicked him to death while he was waiting at a bus stop in Syracuse.
World Net Daily reported:

After one murder and who knows how many beatings, city officials finally admitted the Knockout Game has come to Syracuse.

Absent one fact: The Knockout Game is part of an epidemic of black mob violence played hundreds of times across the country. It is documented in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”

But the chief of police and the mayor could not bring themselves to say it. Talking with reporters Thursday night, they said the violence was a “random … teenage” thing.

One week after the fatal attack, the Syracuse Post-Standard reported some of the details: A 51-year-old ex-con was waiting at a bus stop, an unopened can of beer and the change from a $10 bill in his hand.

One person hit Michael Daniels, dropping him to his knees. They ran away, but seeing him helpless, the group returned. The police won’t say, but it could have been as many as five people. Or more.

That is when it got nasty: They punched and kicked him until one of his eyeballs came out of its socket. They laughed at that. He died the next day. There was no robbery.

Thursday, the police announced two arrests, and said they are investigating other recent cases of people playing the Knockout Game.

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