Why exactly did they include the age of the victim? The age doesn't matter at all. This is a racist lunatic that didn't allow someone to do their job then doubled down on the lunacy by trying to then run over the person.What the hell is wrong with people
Most likely because when you see insane people threatening kids, it makes more of an impact. But that hasn't really mattered in other arena lately.Why exactly did they include the age of the victim? The age doesn't matter at all. This is a racist lunatic that didn't allow someone to do their job then doubled down on the lunacy by trying to then run over the person.
Minneapolis police identify 'Umbrella Man' who helped incite George Floyd riots, warrant says
Minneapolis police have identified a suspect whom they believe helped initiate the riots and destruction in the city following the killing of George Floyd.
According to a search warrant filed earlier this week, which was obtained by CNN affiliate WCCO, the man is associated with the "Aryan Cowboys," which the Anti-Defamation League lists as a White supremacist prison and street gang. The warrant does not label them as a White supremacist group, but describes them as a "known prison gang out of Minnesota and Kentucky." On its Facebook page, the group says it does not care, "about a person's color."
CNN is not naming the suspect, who was dubbed "Umbrella Man" following the demonstrations, as police said no charges had been filed as of Tuesday afternoon.
Minneapolis Police spokesman John Elder told CNN on Tuesday that the case "remains an open and active investigation." But said he could not comment any further.
Hint for those bigoted enough to try to run a Publix employee over with a car: there are these things called license plates, which displays a number particular to that car so the owner of the car can be identified, and there are these things called "security cameras" which record things like business' parking lots. Moron.they feel emboldened by the threat of "socialism"
Criminals do unbelievably stupid things and get caught. There are very few smart ones. The ones that are specialize in white-collar crime, where the payoff is decent and the sentences short. A few years back, a young, brilliant, accountant embezzled over a million from Phoenix of Huntsville. He got three concurrent two-year sentences and was in a halfway house by six months. While out on bail awaiting sentencing, he hired on as a temp accountant for a small firm in Phenix City and hit them for over $1500. I'd say he made minimum wage. Stealing from Walmart, not so smart...When I was sitting as a member of the local grand jury, one of the cases involved two guys who swiped a huge flat panel TV from Walmart at 5:00 am on Christmas Eve.
One guy had driven a 1995 beige Chevy sedan (with a piece of paper taped over the license plate) around the Walmart several times while the thief inside swiped the TV and strolled out the front door.
Police checked how many beige 1995 Chevy sedans there were in Virginia. One was in Virginia Beach, the other in the county where the theft had occurred. When the police arrived at the address, the beige Chevy sedan still had paper taped over the license plate and the box for a brand new huge flat panel TV was sticking out of the garbage can and the TV was on the wall inside.
Returning a true bill on that one was not difficult.
I guess it is a blessing that evil people are oftentimes also stupid people.
Hope that catch the woman in Henrico and prosecute her.
He's never been accused of being bright (or even attending class at AU). However, you're right. It's up there with shoplifting crab claws in front of a security camera...