Tuesday, September 27, 2005

A Staten Island girl may lose her sight in one eye after being viciously assaulted by five students in a racial attack

Angelina Cappiello:

The girl, Christina Kenny, is white. Her assailants — four girls and a boy — are black.

Kenny, 13, an eighth-grade honors student at IS 27, said she was walking home after school Thursday when the assailants, ages 13 to 15, approached her about a block from her house on Delafield Avenue.

One of the teens allegedly said to her, "Do you know who I am?"

"I said I didn't — then she punched me in my face," Kenny said.

She said she was held down as another girl beat her with a bottle until it broke over her eye.

"They kept kicking me and punching me saying, 'You're a white bitch, you think you're so pretty,' " Kenny said.

She said the girls ripped out her hair and stepped on her ribs.

The attackers fled after an adult intervened, but not before the boy allegedly kicked Kenny in the head and neck.

Doctors say Kenny may have suffered a detached left retina and may lose sight in that eye.

Cops said the four girls involved in the attack have been arrested. Two of the girls are twin sisters, a source said.

"I personally hope they're expelled," said James Kenny, Christina's father. "These girls are animals. I also blame the parents."

I bet that most of the mainstream media will ignore this attack or at least try to downplay the racial aspects of it.


At 1:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a pretty good bet.

But then they regularly censor the news to remove descriptions of suspects, even dangerous ones still at large. Because if they didn't, people could see just by reading the paper that non-whites commit a disproportionate share of violent crime.

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