Carter Strange

Eight Blacks Beat White Jogger Nearly to Death

Lewis Loflin

Carter Strange was jogging alone in the Five Points section of Columbia, South Carolina when he fell victim to the latest example of sudden black attack syndrome. This is when gangs of young blacks for no obvious reason attack and attempt to murder whites/others.

In this case it was eight blacks, all but one juveniles, beat Strange nearly to death and left him for dead. Public officials once again refuse to press hate crime charges, which rarely ever apply to white victims anyway unless gay, etc.

If the races had been reversed, one can bet the race hustlers and press would be out in force. The only reason we hear of this is But Fifth Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson said, "no evidence suggests the beating was racially motivated." Yet other people on the web are claiming other whites were attacked in the area, but not blacks.

The only reason they found these animals was because merchants in the area installed surveillance cameras everywhere to combat the crime wave in the area. The seven black "juveniles" charged with attacking Strange and have to stay in jail until trial. A 19-year-old Thyeem Henrey had his bond at $750,000. They have been charged with second degree assault and battery by mob, common law robbery, and criminal conspiracy. Because most are "juveniles" they will escape the real jail time they deserve.

"Police say Strange was jogging home just after midnight when the suspects approached him in a parking lot near Blossom Street and beat him up. A passerby found him a block away two hours later, and called 911." Strange had to have emergency brain surgery and facial reconstruction surgery after the violent attack and is making a full recovery. "My physical condition is amazing," said Strange. "I mean, the condition I'm in right now is a miracle."

The City of Columbia has approved an emergency 11:00pm curfew around Five Points for minors under 17 and it will last for 60 days. "I think [the curfew] is a great thing," said Strange. "They just need to make sure that they enforce it." There's already hedging on the part of the black chief of police in enforcing the curfew because while nobody is saying it, it will be about blacks.

The original source has been scrubbed from the web. One adult and 7 "juveniles" have been arrested.

I'll note the following from my archive:

All eight suspects are in custody after a brutal attack in Five Points early Monday morning which left the teenage victim in critical condition, according to Columbia police. Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Timmons said 19-year-old Thyeem Henrey was charged with second degree assault and battery by mob, common law robbery, and criminal conspiracy. He appeared in court Friday afternoon where the judge set bond at $750,000. That bond does not allow Henrey’s release upon posting only 10%, which is sometimes permitted by the court.

At his first court appearance on the latest charges against him, Henrey gave no indication what might have led to Monday morning’s savage assault. But he cried as the frustrations of the victim’s parents boiled over. “I’m having to give you my right to judge whether he deserves freedom or not,” said Strange’s mother Vicki. “That’s hard for me. But since Carter didn’t fight against them eight Sunday, I’m going to fight for him now. I’m going to fight for him until my last breath.”

"I pray that you get your life right," said Strange's father John. "Find God. If you pray for forgiveness, he will forgive you. I don't have that in my heart right now. Maybe one day, but not today." The 19-year-old is the only adult in a group of eight being held by Columbia police. The other seven suspects are all juveniles, according to Timmons. Their names cannot be released.

She said a 14-year-old, 15-year-old, and 16-year-old were charged with strong arm robbery, second degree assault and battery by a mob, and criminal conspiracy.

A 13-year-old and three other 16-year-olds were all charged with criminal conspiracy, according to Timmons. Police Chief Randy Scott said the 18-year-old victim, later identified as Carter Strange, was jogging through a parking lot near the intersection of Blossom Street and Saluda Avenue just after midnight on Monday when the assault happened. “This teenager was minding his own business, trying to make his curfew when he was brutally attacked and robbed,” said Scott.

Police said Henrey and the seven juveniles he was with were roaming Five Points, targeting others until they came across strange. In fact, investigators said the group tried unsuccessfully to rob or assault at least four other people. Carter’s family told police the beating was so severe he required emergency surgery to remove a brain clot. He had his second surgery Friday afternoon, which was for facial reconstruction. It’s Carter’s latest step in a long road to recovery. “He did nothing to them,” said Vicki. “They didn’t know him, they didn’t know the kind of person he was, they don’t know the kind of man he’s grown up to be and they don’t know the lives he’s touched. But they thought he was so less of a person, they thought this would be okay.”

Like most black on white violence they tried to blame it on gang activity, not racism. If the races were reversed...

Professor Walter E. Williams notes,

Most racist assaults are committed by blacks...In many of these brutal attacks, the news media make no mention of the race of the perpetrators. If it were white racist gangs randomly attacking blacks, the mainstream media would have no hesitation reporting the race of the perps.

Editors for the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times and the Chicago Tribune admitted to deliberately censoring information about black crime for political reasons...

These racist attacks can, at least in part, be attributed to the black elite, who have a vested interest in racial paranoia. And that includes a president who has spent years aligned with people who have promoted racial grievance and polarization...

Ref. America's New Racists by Prof. Walter E. Williams
News report:

Minority and black crime
Thyeem Henrey

Thyeem Henrey Back at it Again

The Telegraph Feb. 17, 2015 Prisoner gets 37 years in solitary confinement for secret Facebook posts A South Carolina prisoner may regret spending all that time on Facebook

...A South Carolina inmate faces 37 years in solitary confinement as punishment for accessing the social network while behind bars. Tyheem Henry secretly sent out the 38 posts, including photos from his cell, using a contraband mobile phone. The gang member also lost 74 years worth of telephone, visitation and canteen privileges as punishment. Henry was jailed for his involvement in a gang attack on a man who was almost beaten to death – with his 15-year sentence meaning he will not serve his full solitary punishment. banner.

Female victims of black violence.


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