Black Mob Swarms Georgia Walmart to See ‘How Much Damage’ They Could Do

Kharron Nathan Green

Gangs of blacks are targeting Walmart departments stores and other outlets all across the country in targeted attacks while terrorizing on shoppers and perpetrating retail theft and property damage, police say.

The latest black mob was a planned attack on a Walmart in Macon, Georgia on Tuesday where shoppers were injured — including a disabled man in a motorized wheelchair — merchandise was destroyed and stolen, and at least one arrest was made.

The group of about 50 blacks ransacked the Macon Walmart causing an estimated $2,000 in damage, all in an effort to “see how much damage” they could wreak.

During the 1:45 AM attack, mobbing blacks pulled a disabled man from his wheelchair and threw him to the floor.

A black suspect who was later arrested reportedly told a Walmart employee: “This was a planned event, and that they had planned to see how much damage they could cause.”

Police arrested 17-year-old Kharron Nathan Green, of Ashton Drive in northwest Bibb County, when he returned to the store to look for a cell phone he had dropped. Store employees identified him to police.

This isn’t the first time a store was targeted for a black mob assault. It’s a criminal phenomenon that’s becoming increasingly common.

To name but a few instances, last year a Memphis Kroger grocery store was beset upon by a mob of blacks who caroused through the store stealing and damaging things. And in that case, blacks brutally beat a store employee.

In February, a Florida shopping mall was swarmed by hundreds of rampaging blacks. Despite that hundreds participated in the attack, only one suspect was arrested.

For several years, mobs of black teens have targeted and swarmed convenience stores, small clothing stores and gas stations, while destroying, stealing from, and attacking employees and patrons.

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