Tuesday, December 29, 2015

D.C. NPR Family Another Victim of Black Violence and Denial

Via Quartermain


If Lori Kaplan depended only on her employers at NPR for news, she was probably surprised at the black mob violence that almost killed her white husband. 

Kaplan is the Senior Director of Audience Research at NPR in downtown Washington, D.C. That is where she regularly meets her husband at the end of his evening commute on the Metro Red Line.

That is what she was recently doing when she received a text message from him: An “idiot gang” was acting belligerently in his train car, so he was going to move.

That was the last she heard from him until he got off the train: bloody, beaten, and dazed. With a broken jaw and missing teeth.

The Washington Post writer who covers commuting -- not crime -- picked up the story: 


  1. HAH!!!! Denial is not a river in Egypt. I guess their dogma got run over by reality's karma.


  2. Reality Rides the Red Line, and he experienced it first hand.

    Oh, what will he do?

    "One little, two little, three little dead thugs.....till there ain't no more."

    Or quit riding the Metro to meet the wife.

    If not him, somebody's got it to do.

    Central Alabamaian

  3. The Red Line is in DC, where self defense is not permitted.

    1. Since thugging is allowed, I'd just tell them that the others thugging got in the way of my thugging and we be all cool then. :)

      Central Alabamaian

  4. Hey, you can have a pocket knife as long as it's under 3 inches...................:)