GSU Student Attacked By Obama’s Sons

GSU hate crime victim tells reporters that his face is held together by four metal plates and pieces of surgical plastic. Photo from WSBTV Atlanta Channel 2.

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They are Trayvon:

ATLANTA — Georgia State University police are looking for two men accused of beating a student from the college.

“The whole right side of my face had to be reconstructed. I have four plates holding my face together,” said the student whose identity has been withheld for his safety.

The victim told Channel 2’s Ryan Young that he’s even lost “some of the pieces of bone” around his eye during the March 1 incident that occurred around 7:30 p.m. at Decatur Street in southeast Atlanta .

Video surveillance shows the student walking in a white shirt. Seconds later, two men are seen walking behind him before the attack.

The victim, who recalled being hit in the back of the head, said he learned his attacker was wearing a brass knuckle.

“Another guy came up and hit me in the face with a piece of wood,” the victim said.

4 Comments

  1. this is why you must have your head on a swivil when ever knee grows are around and never turn your back on them.knee grows are why white people should carry a gun at all times and yes, mr.zimmerman did a good job shooting that ferral knee grow.

  2. Hence the need for whites to always walk around in groups too, carry legal weapons (even a hammer can make a world of difference) and always riposte with equal savagery.

    I can’t help being impressed by the negro tendency for pack-hunting tactics, sucker-punching, sidelining and for always going for the head when the prey is down.

    The instinct is strong on these creatures…there’s not a single formalized negro martial art on the whole planet. Somehow, they inherently *know* how to fight using these methods.

  3. I’m never surprised when negros act like this. All animals hunt with the same type of low intelligence cunning. The lioness in africa do more or less the exact same thing but with different terrain and tactics

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