Three More Knockout Attacks Reported in Philly (Video)

The media is finally reporting on the wave of “knock-out” attacks sweeping the nation.
But rarely will report on the race of the perpetrators – even if it means saving lives.

Black youth mobs have been targeting innocent passersby in “knock-out” attacks for over a year now.
The youths pick a target and beat him until he’s bloody and unconscious – sometimes dead.

Three more “knockout game” attacks were reported in Philadelphia this week.
At least one of the victims was an elderly men.

CBS Local reported:

“Knockout” attacks have been reported in several states around the country and now investigators believe three people have been attacked in our area.

Police in Lower Merion are investigating two attacks in the area, and Philadelphia detectives are investigating an attack in Northeast Philadelphia.

It’s a violent crime that in other parts of the country has proven fatal.

Videos from cities around the country show people being punched and beaten at random.

The attackers are calling their crimes a game, the goal being to knock out the victim with one punch.

Mark Cumberland is a victim of a “Knockout” assault.

“Someone asked me for a cigarette and by the time I got my hands out my pocket I was getting hit by four kids.”

He says, “It was hard seeing and I’m still having trouble breathing and swallowing.”

Cumberland was walking out of a Fox Chase pizza shop on November 11th when he was attacked.

“There’s no reason at all. I mean, I didn’t get robbed, they didn’t take nothing from me. They just beat me up.”

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