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Knockout game thug claims self-defense in six separate attacks
« on: January 31, 2014, 08:22:53 AM »

Knockout Game Thug Claims Self-Defense In Six Separate Attacks

Posted by gulfdogs on January 30, 2014

Posted in: PATRIOT, crime, Hate crimes, Racism, media, DNC. 3 comments

A phenomenon the mainstream media tried to deny even existed, the so-called “knockout game” has spread across the nation, leaving countless innocent victims in its wake. The unthinkable crime, generally perpetrated by minorities, is defined by a solitary sucker-punch against an unsuspecting individual with the intention of incapacitating the victim.

One Brooklyn man, apparently a proficient participant in the “game,” reportedly attacked seven people in such a manner during the last two months of 2013. He was arrested earlier this month and faced his arraignment Wednesday before the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

His victims, all females between the ages of 20 and 78, were all injured by a single blow to the head, reports indicate. Unbelievably, 35-year-old Barry Baldwin suggested at least six of the attacks were in self-defense.
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