Mob of Black Teens Brutally Beats Elderly Man, Smashes Cars in Memphis

Mob of Black Teens Brutally Beats Elderly Man, Smashes Cars in Memphis

Memphis, Tennessee suffered another attack by a rampaging mob of black teenagers after they flooded the streets after a local high school football game Friday.

The mob of some 40 teens flooded into the street near inner city Central High School on Friday, September 26 just after the end of the game.

A witness to the rampaging mob, Sharon Mourning, said she wished she were armed at the time. “Had I had been armed we would have had a lot of kids laying in the Bellevue street that night,” she said.

The laughing, screaming teenagers waded into the street throwing bricks at cars, jumping on them and damaging them, and accosting pedestrians.

Mourning said she saw the teens beat an elderly man and another child. “I actually looked at the child. His face was bleeding. You know they had done beat him,” she told the media.

The woman was unhappy with the actions of the Memphis police who seem to have issued juvenile summons to only two kids involved in the mob action. Mourning said the few summonses were not enough and that there was a bigger problem simmering in Memphis.

“Memphis is going to burn if they don’t control these children,” she said.

This is the second reported attack by a mob of black teens in the Bluff City.

Only weeks ago a mob of black teens swarmed a parking lot in East Memphis attacking patrons of a Kroger grocery store and beating one of the store’s white employees into unconsciousness.

Days after the incident at the grocery store, Memphis police arrested several people for the attacks.

The grocery store incident was preceded by an attack by a mob of black youths on a white couple outside a nightclub in Springfield, Missouri. The couple were beaten and kicked to the ground. No arrest has been made in that incident.

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