BLACK YOUTH MOB Attacks Woman Near University of Chicago Campus With Kids in Back Seat

It’s an Obama world.
A mob of black youths attacked a woman near the University of Chicago with children in the back seat.

The youths were using racial slurs as the beat the car. Her two children were covered in broken glass.
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The youths threw a bike through her back window.
ABC 7 reported:

Her car damaged, her nerves shaken, the victim of an alleged group attack near the University of Chicago campus with her children in the back seat of her car talked exclusively with ABC7 Eyewitness News about the incident Friday night.

Police say two people were arrested and charged after the incident, but that woman says several dozen people were involved. Her two kids left covered in broken glass.

The encounter left several dents in the vehicle, the back window shattered and Susan Pedersen shaken.

“I’m very scared, very anxious, nervous. Just fearful,” she said.

Friday night, broken glass still litters the pavement at 60th and King Drive across from Washington Park, where the attack took place around 9 p.m. Thursday night.

Pedersen says she had just dropped off a friend at the University of Chicago, with her daughter and son in the back seat. She said she stopped at a red light and found herself surrounded by several dozen young people.

“They were walking around both sides of the vehicle – in the front, in the back – and as they were walking across, they were hitting my car, using racial slurs and telling me that I didn’t belong in their neighborhood because I was white,” Pedersen said.

The group, all African-American, she says, kicked the vehicle and shook it violently, the kids in the back screaming.

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