An Alameda County transit bus was the scene of a brutal assault on Oakland resident Anthony Lindsey on Wednesday night. Lindsey was punched 7 times when the bus came to a stop at First Avenue and Lake Merritt.
Although the police have not officially said that this attack is another round of the sick “game” sweeping the country, the victim is convinced that he was an unwilling Knockout participant.
“It was clear since he wanted nothing of mine. Nothing that I owned that’s what it felt like. It felt like I was trying to be knocked out,” Lindsey said.
In Lindsey’s case he was hit at least seven times before his attacker ran away.
“There was like three (punches) I took to the jaw, and I can’t believe my teeth are not loose,” the victim tells KTVU.
Lindsey received two stitches to his lip, and still has several bruises on his face. (source)
Knockout, a so-called “game”, is a deadly new trend of a member of a group of hoodlums assaulting a random stranger just to see if he can knock the innocent party unconscious in one blow. If the one blow is not sufficient, no worries – the fun isn’t over. The hoodlums then proceed to beat the living daylights out of the victim. Many times the assaults are videotaped and posted online. The attacks don’t just occur on inner city streets – they have also taken place at schools and at the front doors of peoples’ homes.
The crimes are predominantly black on white, although this distinction is rarely pointed out by the mainstream media. In fact, race has been so assiduously ignored that if mug shots and victim photos were not included in some of the news reports, the sick trend of blacks assaulting whites would have gone unmentioned.
In the Oakland case, no description of the thugs has been made public, but photographs show that the victim, once again, was a white man.
Back in Oakland, Anthony Lindsey has a message for the person who attacked him. He considers himself the victor this time around.
“It’s not funny, and if you were trying to knock me out, you didn’t do it. If it is a game, and called the knock out game, I think I won,” he said. (source)
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