On Thursday, two women ages 32 and 24, were allegedly gang-raped by 10-12 black juveniles at Kosciuszko Park in Wilmington, Deleware. The attack reportedly happened at 6:54 PM when the women were sitting on a bench. The boys, who range in age from 12 to 17-years-old, allegedly assaulted the women and then fled. One woman called 911 and both were taken to Christiana Hospital. From MyFoxPhilly: "Initial investigation suggested the victims were in Kosciuszko Park when they were approached by a group of juveniles. The juveniles assaulted the victims and fled in an unknown direction," police said in a news
Comments: No suspects and cops are asking the perps to turn themselves in. Like that´s going to happen anytime soon.
Why is the word "allegedly" used in the headline? They were taken to a hospital for treatment, so I would expect there tom be plenty of ´proof´ that the attack took place. I pray everyone one of those creatures are found, arrested and punished! America is not a jungle where males can roam around and do whatever they want to females. Enough!
Joe Biden´s home state and where his son Boob, I mean Beau, is AG. The stupid people of Delaware who elect these fools should be ashamed. The replacement for Biden is an admitted Marxist, but that didn´t matter ve. a Tea Party candidate. Stupid, stupid, stupid...
Before the days of Political Correctness we had a good English word for fatherless children. It was a good word and it had all the connotations that nothing good was going to come out of this flawed coupling. We´d better recapture our good language before we forget the values, at one time not so long ago, made us the greatest civilization that ever existed. Not so much any more.
get the judges, attorneys, probation officers and clergy who are responsible for these scum to be on the street and take all of the assets from them and their families and imprison them for life.. oh.. the perps? same for them..
"[E]vils which are not cured in one way will cure themselves in another." ~~ Thomas Jefferson
[Considering the results that have been produced after decades, the tools in use are either broken, or the wrong ones. Or both.]
"If you saw Atlas, the giant who holds the world on his shoulders, if you saw that he stood, blood running down his chest, his knees buckling, his arms trembling but still trying to hold the world aloft with the last of his strength, and the greater his effort the heavier the world bore down upon his shoulders -- What would you tell him?" ~~ Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
Another perfect example of why honest citizens deserve the right to carry a concealed weapon. These savage packs of animals are roaming all over our country and the local police come after the crime is committed.
proper nomenclature - unless you´re lugging about an M1 you don´t have "clips" with modern semi auto hand guns you have a "Detachable Box Magazine" (single stacked, doubled stacked or extended)
that said, depending on what I´m walking the dogs with I will have 7 - 8 .45 ACP punctuation points before first tactical reload, given the "courageous" nature of these feral critters I don´t expect to see too many targets remain after the slide goes back in to battery after the reload but I practice as though there might be
This is an eye-opening example of horrendous reporting and writing.
Rape victims alleged or otherwise, never are required to reveal their identity for fear of retribution (and in a gang rape case that would be guaranteed), protection to their families and protection from being fired at their place of employment (which does occur quite frequently with rape victims who go public with their attack).
What I find much more disturbing is the reporter quoting a neighbor in the article stating that the women should not have been in the area to begin with because it dangerous.
When it comes to rape, witnesses, reporters, politicians, defense attorneys and others always blame the women. Like they brought the crime onto themselves.
The exact sort of thing occurred with the "wilding" event that occurred with the Central Park runner years ago and during a Puerto Rico parade in Central Park where 100s of women were attacked and filmed being attacked.
I agree with a prior poster. Every woman should be able to be trained in arms and carry regardless of the State laws.
Give ´em 30 days in the can like that judge in Wyoming did. What the hell, they probably "asked for it." And were there no people around at the time of the attack who might have stepped in? In that neighborhood, probably no.
#9 and 18 - we already have the right. It´s called the 2nd amendment and it was imposed on the statest by the 14th amendment so it applies to them as well as the feddies. If you have to ask permission or pay a fee or get a license, it isn´t a right. And I might add, the bad guys are always unaffected by such laws.
#15, I´d tell him to bring back Ghengis Khan. It was said a maiden could walk the length of his kingdom with a bag of gold on her head and remain unmolested. Of course, old Ghengis dealt with pond scum in very inventive ways, including that old favorite, 4 horses galloping off in all directions...with the criminal having a peripheral appendage attached, one per horse. And then there was the ´feeding the dogs´ approach, that was a real cutting approach
0bama and Big 0prah both scolded all of us for treating blacks differently. Now, THIS is why they must be treated differently. THIS is also a good reason to be armed. Until the blacks like 0bama and Big 0prah get their fellow blacks to clean up their act, they will ALWAYS be treated differently .... for very good reason.
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Ida Lil, 9/1/2013 1:35:35 AM (No. 9500637)
No it wasn´t payback for Martin. It was payback for teaching juvies all about how to sex with no lessons in self control. It´s about teachers of those classes being arrested for some private homework with those juvies. It´s about rappers teaching them violence and sexual predator habits.
#28. ...and riding a horse. Fool with them at all and it was three death penalty crimes; stealing a horse, stealing money, molesting a woman. Too bad we forgot how to apply proven systems that really worked.
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