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(Via Unified Patriots) “Black Power, To Rape 11-Year-Old Hispanic Girls!”
Well, he didn’t go that far. However Quanell X has crossed a line that he will never be able to undo:
Racial divisions have surfaced in the town of Cleveland, 40 miles north of Houston, ever since last Thanksgiving’s alleged gang rape of an 11-year old Hispanic girl.
Most of the 17 suspects accused of sexually assaulting the preteen girl are black. And on Thursday night, community activist Quanell X hosted a rally there.
With some of the defendants’ parents standing next to him on stage, the activist took up a collection for their legal expenses from the largely African-American crowd.
While a few of those accused have admitted their guilt, he says others are probably innocent.
“She lives in another community,” Quanell X told the gathering. “You mean to tell me the only men that had sex with that girl were black men, locked up in that jail?”
The activist cast blame on the parents of the alleged victim, whom some describe as a willing participant in the sexual activity, at least initially.
He also took to task the elders in Cleveland’s black community for failing to guide the younger generation.
Wait, who is this guy? Does he think he is some kind of Malcolm X or what? What is with this “X” business anyway?
Well, he finds himself in good company. Ace and a bunch of people catch the NY Times wondering aloud, how where these boys were “drawn” to a horrible act:
The case has rocked this East Texas community to its core and left many residents in the working-class neighborhood where the attack took place with unanswered questions. Among them is, if the allegations are proved, how could their young men have been drawn into such an act?
I’m not linking to the NY Times article. Hell, I don’t think I can link to the NYT ever again. That’s just horrible. Makes me want to throw up.
Not only do they try to understand and sympathize with the suspected rapists, but the NY Times completely leaves out the fact that the 17 suspected rapists are black. The problem is two fold: 1) They don’t want to offend black people and 2)there is a little secert war going on between hispanics and blacks:
Federal and Los Angeles county prosecutors have spent the past couple of years successfully charging Los Angeles-area Latino gangs with targeting African-Americans in an effort to drive them out of neighborhoods they claim. All of those gangs have direct connections to the Mexican Mafia, and no less an authority on racist groups than the Southern Poverty Law Center reported the Mafia has ordered their street-level associates to intimidate African-Americans at all times.
Although you would never know about the building war from the MFM.
But I digress. Quanell X, shame is thy name. To accuse the victim of inviting the rape, is not only dumb on an epic scale, but sets back all that people have done to this point to get victims of rape to come forward. I will conceded that they are innocent until proven guilty and they are allowed a defense. However to say an 11-year-old invited her rape, is beyond monstrous.