Angered at her screams, Robinson held the 15-year-old down while another suspect punched her in the face until she became quiet. Still restrained, she was sexually assaulted and then kicked out of the van because she continued yelling. As she fell out, she managed to pull her 16-year-old sister out with her, even though the attackers tried yanking them back inside.
The second 16-year-old remained in the van as the sisters ran, knocked on doors and screamed for help.
The suspects drove to Durham’s home. The girl was unconscious so Johnson and Price picked her up and carried her into Durham’s home where Price then sexually assaulted her.
Three witnesses who happened to be driving in the area called police after seeing the commotion and the sisters as they escaped from the van.
The Tribune does not usually identify suspects by race. Even if the crime is part of a pattern. Even if the race of the suspects will help identify them. Even if the paper reports every day on other race-related stories about black caucuses, black churches, black colleges, black TV, black radio and on and on.
Everything except black-mob violence.
Tribune editors and columnists spend more time explaining why they do not report on racial violence in Chicago then actually reporting it. And for readers who wonder why the Trib is so heavily invested in ignoring and denying the epidemic of black-mob violence in Chicago, the Trib’s Steve Chapman has an answer: You are a racist for even asking.
“There are good reasons not to identify the attackers by race. It’s the newspaper’s sound general policy not to mention race in a story, whether about crime or anything else, unless it has some clear relevance to the topic.
“My question to readers accusing us of political correctness is: Why do you care so much about the attackers’ race? If you fear or dislike blacks, I suppose it would confirm your prejudice. But otherwise, it tells you nothing useful.”
When readers try to comment on racial violence, black-mob violence or black-on-white crime, the Tribune – like many other papers around the country – either removes the comments or does not run them at all.
“In certain circumstances, we will take down entire comment boards,” said the paper.
The Tribune disabled comments for the several stories on the West Side rapists.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/cops-black-mob-kidnaps-rapes-teen-girls/#H4WlGYdSeg5jAEBL.99
Obama's sons are at it again.....from robbing stores to raping teens they never stop, yet the media doesn't want to report these incidents like they did the Trayvon Martin case because these incidents involve black on black crime or black on white crimes. When will we ever get some honest reporting??