"Everyone in the neighborhood is well aware of the situation, but my concern is that we have a very large Hispanic population and many of them might not have Internet connection."
First came the race-baiting. Now comes the healing. And by healing, I mean Al Sharpton, the CBC, the NAACP and Obama Inc. exploiting the case for all it's worth... leading to more violence against "White Hispanics".
First this attack on a Latino gentleman was reported
Christina Dudley said she was walking to her car just before 9pm last night when she saw several young black males and two black females chasing a 37-year-old Hispanic man down the street.
‘One of the boys had a handgun out and it was pointed at the back of him,’ Dudley reportedly told police.
She said when they caught up with the victim they set upon him, punching, kicking and stamping on him, yelling expletives.
‘They were just yelling and calling him names as they ran after him, but once they were hitting him and after that they started yelling, ‘This is for Trayvon,’ said Dudley, who said she heard them shout the slur several times.
"Everyone in the neighborhood is well aware of the situation, but my concern is that we have a very large Hispanic population and many of them might not have Internet connection or they aren’t on that page,’ Dudley said. ‘So my concern is trying to get the word out to them.’
This was followed by more Anti-Latino incidents at one of those peacefully violent Trayvon Martin protests.
. . Hours into Monday’s demonstration at Leimert Park, groups of young demonstrators splintered off.
Negrete, the East L.A. resident, found himself standing alone on the corner of Vernon Avenue and Crenshaw at Leimert Park when he was singled out by some of the agitators, who approached him and drew a crowd behind them.
“I was there for the 6 p.m. March. We were going up and down the streets and all of a sudden all these kids just started trashing things, going up to people,” he said.
Negrete said he didn’t see who hit him. He was punched once in the back of the head. Another person grabbed his bike and rode off, but that was it.
He said he felt he was targeted because he was Latino. Others in the crowd said they saw similar incidents.
“I feel like, our presence would be more of a uniting factor. If there’s more Latinos, more light-skinned people… We all live in the same city,” Negrete said. “We all have basically the same issues. I feel like we’re pretty much stuck in the same boat. Why would you want to punch me? We should be united, not fighting each other.”
Might want to ask the media that question. Who really benefits from this... besides Hillary 2016 and Dems 2014.