55-Year-Old Louisiana Man Killed In Suspected Knockout Game Attack

February 21, 2014 7:05 amViews: 29601

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The black on white knockout game attacks continue unabated with the Feds hesitating to call them hate crimes as they do for other attacks of this nature when the victims turn out to be black, gay or another protected class. This time the victim in the unprovoked attack by at least 1 black teen and another as yet unnamed assailant was 55-year-old John Bannon from Baton Rouge, LA.

This is straight up hate whether it is perpetrated on whites, blacks, Asians, gays, skateboarders, old people or whoever the victims are. All crime like this is ultimately motivated by hate, but the powers that be only want to call it a hate crime when it is white on black crime, but not the other way around.

Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson won't be marching in an protest for 55-year-old John Bannon who was murdered at the hands of 2 thugs who wanted to see which one could punch harder, a human life taken for a thrill by 2 people who care zero about the society which has given them the freedom to act like such irresponsible punks.

Do you think their punishment should be equal to their crime?

Read more below from The Daily Caller:

Two Louisiana teenagers have been charged with second-degree murder in an attack motivated by a competition between the two to see who could hit harder, according to local police.

Windall Herring, 19, and an unnamed 15-year-old were arrested in Baton Rouge on Tuesday for the murder of 55-year-old John Bannon.

The attack occurred near Bannon’s home around 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 1. Bannon was rushed to a hospital trauma unit, but succumbed last Friday to his injuries which included a fractured skull and brain hemorrhaging, according to The (Baton Rouge) Advocate.

“During our investigation we learned that the suspects were having a conversation about ‘who could hit the hardest’ when suddenly the victim was observed walking in close proximity to their location,” Baton Rouge spokesman Cpl. Don Coppola Jr. told The Daily Caller News Foundation. ”It was decided at that moment by the suspects that they were going to target the victim together and intentionally strike him with their fist to determine who in fact could hit the victim the hardest.”

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