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stop making crap up!

"Police initially indicated that the attack may have been racially motivated, but the Manhattan District Attorney's Office declined to prosecute the stabbing as a hate crime.

Investigators have nothing so far to indicate the defendant ever saw the victim's face prior to the attack, a law enforcement official told ABC News.

It was a stabbing from behind, as indicated by video recovered so far. "

https://abc7ny.com/suspect-didnt-like-the-way-chinatown-stabbing-victim-looked-at-him/10372450/
Are you an idiot? The guy couldn't have turned around and starts running towards the victim with a knife in his hand? So you are saying he didn't know who the guy in front of him was and he was just targeting someone walking in front of him? He even said he didn't like the way the Asian man looked at him.
 

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Happened in the UK, 4 white men attacked a Chinese university lecturer using racial slurs and China Virus


Last year students were assaulted for wearing a mask
 
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Happened in the UK,
Wrong country/continent/forum




Uh oh yet another black "white supremacist" is the culprit. :whistle:

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Suspect (with face hidden by court order) is led out of his arraignment.

In the video Michael Poffenbarger (white) describes how Sean Jeremy Holdip (black) first targeted Noriko Nasu (Japanese) and then hit him.


You see, white supremacists neo con can't even differential Chinese and Japanese.
Um I think it's more like the PDF Chinese supremacists can't tell the difference between black and white.

I think this is the 5th thread blaming an attack on white supremacists that has turned out to be wrong. Maybe you should figure out by being 0 for 5 that the "white supremacists" are not the ones people should be worried about.




Ironically stories highlighting black violence on Asians actually plays into the hands of groups looking for more tougher law sympathizers in the Asian community so when it comes to enacting longer prison terms there will be less pushback.

African Americans are incarcerated in state prisons across the country at more than five times the rate of whites, and at least ten times the rate in five states.
 
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Ah the true crude violent core of the Chinese psyche bubbles to the surface.

I guess you and Japan are true barbaric soul brothers deep down. Next up you'll want us bayoneting babies
You savages have been slaughtering each other on the streets for a few decades now, leave human beings out of it.
 

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Early reports out of Atlanta say up to 6 of the victims are Asian American in the mass shooting.
(CGTN report 4 are confirmed Asian American)
This is just related to Prostitution hidden behind a "front" of shady Asian massage parlors.

Police: Georgia massage parlor shootings suspect may have ‘sexual addiction’


Georgia officials said Wednesday that the suspect in a series of shootings at Atlanta-area massage parlors that left eight people dead may have a “sexual addiction” and that it was too early to say if the attack was a hate crime.

Police arrested a white 21-year-old Georgia man who they say has taken responsibility for the shootings, while denying they were racially motivated, though many of the victims were women of Asian descent. Instead, officials told reporters that Robert Aaron Long, of Woodstock, said he was a frequent visitor of massage parlors and intended to eliminate the temptation he thought they posed. But officials wouldn’t say whether the parlors where the shootings occurred were places where sex took place.

He was on his way to Florida and intended to commit similar crimes there, they said.

Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant cautioned that it was too early to say if it was hate crime. But many members of the Asian American community said they felt they had been targeted.


“We’re in a place where we’ve seen an increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans since the pandemic started,” said Georgia state Rep. Bee Nguyen. “It’s hard to think it is not targeted specifically toward our community.”

The attacks began Tuesday evening, when five people were shot at Youngs Asian Massage Parlor near Woodstock, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Atlanta, Cherokee County Sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Jay Baker said. Two people died at the scene, and three were taken to a hospital where two died, Baker said.

Law enforcement officials confer outside a massage parlor following a shooting on Tuesday,...

Law enforcement officials confer outside a massage parlor following a shooting on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, in Atlanta. Shootings at two massage parlors in Atlanta and one in the suburbs have left seven people dead, many of them women of Asian descent, authorities said Tuesday.(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
About an hour later, police responding to a call about a robbery found three women dead from apparent gunshot wounds at Gold Spa near Atlanta’s Buckhead area, where tattoo parlors and strip clubs are just blocks away from mansions and skyscrapers in one of the last ungentrified holdouts in that part of the city. Officers then learned of a call reporting shots fired across the street, at Aromatherapy Spa, and found another woman apparently shot dead.


“It appears that they may be Asian,” Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant said.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said President Joe Biden has been briefed on the “horrific shootings” and would receive an update later Wednesday from Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Little is known about the suspect, Robert Aaron Long, of Woodstock, and authorities haven’t specified charges.

While the motive for the attack also remained unclear, many members of the Asian American community saw the shootings as an attack on them, given a recent wave of assaults that coincided with the spread of the coronavirus across the United States. The virus was first identified in China, and then-President Donald Trump and others have used racially charged terms like “Chinese virus” to describe it.


Over the past year, thousands of incidents of abuse have been reported to an anti-hate group that tracks incidents against Asian Americans, and hate crimes in general are at the highest level in more than a decade.

“We are heartbroken by these acts of violence,” Asian Americans Advancing Justice — Atlanta said in a statement. “While the details of the shootings are still emerging, the broader context cannot be ignored. The shootings happened under the trauma of increasing violence against Asian Americans nationwide, fueled by white supremacy and systemic racism.”

Authorities investigate a fatal shooting at a massage parlor, late Tuesday, March 16, 2021, in...

Authorities investigate a fatal shooting at a massage parlor, late Tuesday, March 16, 2021, in Acworth, Ga. Officials say 21-year-old Robert Aaron Long, of Woodstock, Georgia, has been captured hours after multiple people were killed in shootings at three Atlanta-area massage parlors.(AP Photo/Mike Stewart)
Police in Atlanta and other major cities deplored the killings, and some said they would increase patrols in Asian American communities. Seattle’s mayor said “the violence in Atlanta was an act of hate,” and San Francisco police tweeted #StopAsianHate. The New York City Police counterterrorism unit said it was on alert for similar attacks.


Other civil liberties groups and prominent Americans also expressed their dismay. The Rev. Bernice King, daughter of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., said she’s “deeply saddened that we live in a nation and world permeated by hate and violence. I stand with Asian members of our World House, who are a part of our global human family.”

Former President Barack Obama regretted that “even as we’ve battled the pandemic, we’ve continued to neglect the longer-lasting epidemic of gun violence in America.” While acknowledging that the shooter’s motive was not known, he said “the identity of the victims underscores an alarming rise in anti-Asian violence that must end.”

Surveillance video recorded a man pulling up to the Cherokee County business about 10 minutes before the attack there, and the same car was spotted outside the Atlanta businesses, authorities said. A manhunt was launched, and Long was taken into custody in Crisp County, about 150 miles (240 kilometers) south of Atlanta, Baker said.

Video evidence “suggests it is extremely likely our suspect is the same as Cherokee County’s, who is in custody,” Atlanta police said in a statement.


South Korea’s Foreign Ministry said in statement Wednesday that its diplomats in Atlanta have confirmed with police that four of the victims who died were women of Korean descent. The ministry said its Consulate General in Atlanta is trying to confirm the nationality of the women.

FBI spokesman Kevin Rowson said the agency is assisting Atlanta and Cherokee County authorities in the investigation.

Crisp County Sheriff Billy Hancock said in a video posted on Facebook that his deputies and state troopers were notified Tuesday night that a murder suspect out of north Georgia was headed their way. Deputies and troopers set up along the interstate and “made contact with the suspect,” he said.

A state trooper performed a PIT, or pursuit intervention technique, maneuver, “which caused the vehicle to spin out of control,” Hancock said. Long was then taken into custody “without incident.”


Crisp County sheriff’s spokeswoman Haley Wade said Wednesday morning that Long, who is white, is no longer in their custody and that her office has turned over its information to the other Georgia agencies and the FBI.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who is in South Korea meeting with Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong, mentioned the killings during an opening statement.

“We are horrified by this violence which has no place in America or anywhere,” he said.

“Our entire family is praying for the victims of these horrific acts of violence,” Gov. Brian Kemp said Tuesday evening on Twitter.
 

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China shall help Asian American. A campaign to accept asian american to escape from prejudice and violent to help them settle in China.

USA is not same for Asian. It is a place filled with evil and violent.
 
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Atlanta shooting suspect Robert Aaron Long was having a “really bad day” when he fatally shot eight people, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department captain said on Wednesday (March 17).


“He was kind of at the end of his rope,” Capt. Jay Baker said during a press conference. “Yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did.”


Long is accused of opening fire on three spas in Atlanta and Acworth, Georgia last night (March 16). The shootings left eight people dead, six of whom are Asian women.


During the conference, Baker added that Long admitted to the shootings, but denied they were racially motivated.


Atlanta shooting suspect may have planned “additional shootings” in Florida, investigators say
Robert Aaron Long

“The suspect did take responsibility for the shootings,” the captain said. “He does claim that it was not racially motivated. He apparently has an issue, what he considers a sex addiction, and sees these locations as... a temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate.”


On Twitter, hundreds reacted to Capt. Baker’s comments.


“‘Yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did’ — a law enforcement official explains Robert Aaron Long’s decision to kill [eight] people in a strange manner,” one person tweeted.


Black Twitter reacts to white man killing Asian women in Atlanta
Robert Long

“It’s insane to me that the sheriff just casually says, ‘He was fed up, at the end of his rope... yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did’ about the killer,” another person wrote.


According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Long purchased a gun from a Cherokee County gun shop on Tuesday before the shootings. A 9mm firearm was recovered by police when he was arrested in Crisp County that evening. The suspect was identified driving south on the freeway, but was caught by police. Long later told investigators he was on his way to Florida to commit “more acts.”


According to the sheriff’s office, Long is being held in Cherokee County on four counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault. See a video from the press conference below.



if a white person commits a terrorist act then they create excuses for him.
 

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Aaaw... Confused White nationalist KKK was only confused and needed a hug ... No Terrorism here.... Look away...the isn't brown therefore no Terrorism here..
 

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Atlanta shooting suspect Robert Aaron Long was having a “really bad day” when he fatally shot eight people, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department captain said on Wednesday (March 17).


“He was kind of at the end of his rope,” Capt. Jay Baker said during a press conference. “Yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did.”


Long is accused of opening fire on three spas in Atlanta and Acworth, Georgia last night (March 16). The shootings left eight people dead, six of whom are Asian women.


During the conference, Baker added that Long admitted to the shootings, but denied they were racially motivated.


Atlanta shooting suspect may have planned “additional shootings” in Florida, investigators say
Robert Aaron Long

“The suspect did take responsibility for the shootings,” the captain said. “He does claim that it was not racially motivated. He apparently has an issue, what he considers a sex addiction, and sees these locations as... a temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate.”


On Twitter, hundreds reacted to Capt. Baker’s comments.


“‘Yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did’ — a law enforcement official explains Robert Aaron Long’s decision to kill [eight] people in a strange manner,” one person tweeted.


Black Twitter reacts to white man killing Asian women in Atlanta
Robert Long

“It’s insane to me that the sheriff just casually says, ‘He was fed up, at the end of his rope... yesterday was a really bad day for him and this is what he did’ about the killer,” another person wrote.


According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Long purchased a gun from a Cherokee County gun shop on Tuesday before the shootings. A 9mm firearm was recovered by police when he was arrested in Crisp County that evening. The suspect was identified driving south on the freeway, but was caught by police. Long later told investigators he was on his way to Florida to commit “more acts.”


According to the sheriff’s office, Long is being held in Cherokee County on four counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault. See a video from the press conference below.



if a white person commits a terrorist act then they create excuses for him.




The 9-11 hijackers were also having a bad couple of weeks............ :disagree:
 

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