St. Louis Teen Faces Third Degree Assault Charges in Latest “Knock Out Game” Mob Beating

Last year in April an elderly man was attacked by a mob of black youths playing “the knock out game” while walking home from the grocery store with his wife. They killed him.

In June a group of black youths beat a gay man bloody playing “the knock out game.”

In August black teen mobs targeted St. Louis cyclists in the knock out game.

In September, a 73-year-old man was knocked unconscious just outside of Tower Grove Park.

One local teen claims to have knocked out over 300 people in the “game.”

Now this…
A black teen faces a third degree assault charge after a possible “knockout game” attack on Friday night.

KMOV reported:

A 17-year-old man faces a third degree assault charge after a possible “knockout game” attack in the Central West End Friday night.

Edward Townsend allegedly struck a 30-year-old man in the head in the 4600 block of McPherson Avenue around 10 p.m.

“Right when he was getting ready to pass me, he punched me in my left temple,” the victim, who wished to remain unidentified, said.

Townsend was reportedly walking with a group of teens when he hit the victim.

“They were just pushing me down on the ground and then I started yelling for help and then they ran in a bunch of different directions,” the victim said.

A St. Louis police officer on bicycle patrol was able to catch some of the teens in the group while officers in patrol cars later found the rest shortly after the incident.

Police believe Townsend was playing the “knockout game” where the goal is to knock the victim unconscious. This would be the first knockout attack outside of south St. Louis City.

Hat Tip Ed

Don’t expect this story to make national news. It doesn’t fit the liberal narrative.

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