Three black kids beat up a white kid and break his arm. The black bus driver stands by, pleading for help on the radio as the teens stomp and then rob the young boy. Where’s Obama and Holder and the rest of the crew? If the kid is white and can’t be Obama’s son he doesn’t matter?
Worse, it seems the kid was beaten and robbed because he refused to buy the drugs one of the blacks tried to sell him and worse (at least according to the black thugs) the white boy told the school.
So the school put them on a bus together? A bus with a driver who was given not legal authority to stop the beating without him getting into trouble? Did the school officials call the police and make a report on how kids are dealing drugs in their school? They had an eye witness!
Watching the video will make you ill. But this behavior is being excused by our President and our Attorney General. Think about that as you watch.
A bus driver in Gulfport, Florida made a desperate call for help as he witnessed three teens brutally punch and stomp a younger student and won’t face charges despite video that shows he did not physically intervene.
Pinellas County driver John Moody, 64, put in a call to his dispatcher as he watched three 15-year-olds attack a 13-year-old, breaking the boy’s arm and leaving him with two black eyes.
‘You gotta get somebody here quick, quick, quick, quick,’ Moody could be heard pleading in surveillance footage as the victim moaned with each kick and punch. ‘They are about to beat this boy to death.’
The 18-year veteran did not try to stop the attack himself, which led Gulfport Police Chief Robert Vincent to pursue criminal charges.
‘There was clearly an opportunity for him to intervene and or check on the welfare of the children or the child in this case, and he didn’t make any effort to do so,’ Vincent told WFLA.
However, Moody was not required to help the beaten boy under Pinellas County rules. While some jurisdictions completely ban a driver from stepping in when fights occur, the Florida county merely allows a driver to do so if he or she feels it is safe.
Someone needs to ask a few question about this case. Did the police get called or did the school try to handle this “in house?” If the police show up, search the three black kids for the dope they were selling, they get arrested and there is no beating.
Is there a civil suit in the works- as it should be?
The kid tried to do the right thing and follow the law and took a beating for his efforts- while adults watched. Three drug dealers beat up a “snitch” in front of an adult on school property and got away with it.
I ask you, what is the lesson here?