This morning, the website for the local newspaper had an article entitled "teen mobs harass motorists". If you click on the link, you will see that the story has since been taken down. The story told of two instances near the area where the words "black youth" and "mob action" made national headlines, via the Drudge Report this past summer. The article also made reference to the "kill the white people" phrase.
I wanted to post about the second story about mob action earlier, but I didn't have time, so I copied it, so I could post about it later. Now is later - here's the second story from the newspaper:
"A Meals on Wheels delivery driver was making his way to a home in the 800 block of West Nowland Avenue about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday when he encountered a group of 15 teens - 13 males and two females - walking down the middle of the road.
The group would not yield to the motorist, who followed him until reaching the house where he had to make the meal delivery. As he exited to take the food to the door, he was verbally attacked, according to a report on the incident.One teen called him "honky," while another threatened to "kick his white (expletive)."As the volunteer driver returned to his car to leave, the teens surrounded his car and pounded on it. The vehicle was not damaged, but police noted disturbances to dust on the vehicle, backing up the driver's story.The group Wednesday likely had just left school after District 150 released students early for the day."
What do you think - is the newspapers linkage to 150 letting out early and kids in the streets harassing motorist a stretch?