The New York Police Department is investigating the second anti-white violent “knockout game” style attack to take place in Brooklyn within the past few days.
According to the New York Daily News, an unnamed 51-year-old white man was assaulted by a younger black male in the East Flatbush area of Brooklyn on Monday.
The victim told police that his assailant ran up to him and punched him in the face without warning, knocking him to the ground.
The attacker reportedly told his victim, “This is for Malcolm X, cracka,” before running away from the scene of the crime.
Luckily, the victim only suffered some “soft tissue damage” and was not seriously hurt.
“I came forward to police because I don’t want this to happen to anybody else,” the anonymous victim said. “I’m afraid of the guy knowing where I live and having my windows broken in.”
The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is now investigating, as the attack bears a remarkable resemblance to one that occurred only two miles away on Sunday.
In that incident, a 44-year-old white man named Randy Aveille was reportedly sucker-punched by a young black male after exiting a subway train in Flatbush.
Aveille, who suffered a black eye from the assault, was reportedly told by his assailant, “Cracka, you don’t belong here.”
Thankfully, the NYPD has recovered surveillance footage from the subway station, and investigators believe they have pictures of the suspect in the two attacks.
These two attacks seem strikingly similar to the many “knockout game” attacks that have taken place around the country, in which young thugs hit unsuspecting victims, typically older and more vulnerable individuals, with the goal of knocking them out with one punch.
It is the seemingly increasing frequency of incidents like these that have prompted more and more American citizens to arm themselves and carry their weapon with them, wherever they go, in order to protect themselves and their loved ones from criminal thugs intent on causing harm.
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