Black-on-white violence, Flaherty said, is “exponentially out of proportion” to crime in general.
Meanwhile, since Fox News and other media outlets this week have picked up reporting on what WND has published on page one for years, police departments across America are launching investigations into reports of Knockout Game assaults.
The issue also caught the attention of former U.S. Rep. Allan West.
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West made no bones about his impatience for those prominent black leaders like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson who have yet to condemn the violence.
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Despite the hundreds of attacks that Flaherty has documented – his book carries “QR codes” that enable readers to view the online videos being discussed in the book – there remain some doubters.
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“The liberal news media doesn’t want to say what it is. It’s gangs of black youths attacking whites,” Dietl told host Sean Hannity.
“It’s a race-based thing. It’s the black youths against the white individual. Not even just a man. It’s against defenseless women and defenseless people and they hit ‘em in the face and they try to knock ‘em out. People have been killed. My problem is, they gotta take this crime, and they gotta categorize it the way it’s supposed to be categorized. It’s black-on-white crime. That’s racist.”
Also appearing on the program was noted criminal defense attorney Remy Spencer, who agreed the “Knockout Game” was severely underreported.
Colin Flaherty reveals 'relentless mountain of evidence' of growing black-mob violence
November 23, 2013