This video is horrifying to say the least. I pray that the police catch these animals. This is how bad race relations have gotten in America. These to young children were beaten for being white in a black neighborhood. This is a hate crime, but sadly, it will probably go ignored.
From the Indy star:
A video of a young girl and her little brother being beat-down by a female assailant surfaced early Sunday morning on the website LiveLeaks.com.
The incident, police said, happened in Brookside Park on the city’s Eastside. The girls are both students at George Washington Community High School.
In the video, a girl is seen attacking another girl who is standing in a park with a young boy, later identified as the victim’s little brother.
As soon as the girl throws the first punch, the victim falls to the ground and tries to guard herself as her attacker continues to beat and kick her in the face.
Several individuals are seen surrounding the girls and young boy, but no one attempts to step in and break up the suspect’s onslaught.
As the beating continues, the victim can be heard screaming, “What did I do? What did I do? No. What did I do? Please stop.”
After about 14 seconds, the victim is able to wrangle away from the suspect, who is held back by another young man.
The victim and young boy begin walking hurriedly away, but the girl comes charging after the victim once more, tackling her to the ground.
Again, she begins slugging and stomping the victim in the face, until the young boy, less than half the suspect’s size, steps in and swings at the girl. In retaliation, she grabs the young boy by the neck and throws him to the ground.
Shortly after the boy was assaulted, the suspect backs off and walks away.
Saturday afternoon, IMPD Officer Scott Bohan was dispatched on a delayed battery report to an address on E. 19th Street, where he spoke with the young victim who said that she knew her assailant from school. The victim didn’t know her attacker’s name, but said she was in the 8th grade at George Washington.
By 8 p.m. Sunday, the video had been viewed more than 1 million times.
Police said they believe they’ve identified the suspect in the incident, however, as of Sunday afternoon, no arrests have been made. A juveniles detective has been assigned to the case and the IMPD’s Cyber Crimes Unit has made a copy of the video for the investigation.
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