A white man was pulled out of his car by six black men and beaten unconscious in Pittsburgh. Police say the victim nearly died. The car is currently missing. The media absolutely doesn’t want you to know that it was a black on white crime.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette initially reported the race of the victim and the race of perpetrators on it’s website. Then the paper went back and scrubbed all references to race.
The original version of the article contains the following lines:
A man was beaten nearly to death early today on the South Side. Pittsburgh Police Commander Larry Scirotto said the victim, whose identity is unknown, was a white man who was pulled from his green Pontiac Trans Am then was beaten by six black men who had been occupants in either a Chevrolet Tahoe or a GMC Yukon.The article has been been scrubbed to say:
One of the six black men is described as having a “very large build – 300-plus pounds,” Commander Scirotto said. Neither vehicle has been located. Asked if the case is considered a car-jacking, the officer said it’s unknown.
Pittsburgh Police Commander Larry Scirotto said the victim, whose identity is unknown, was a man who was pulled from his green Pontiac Trans Am then was beaten by six men who had been occupants in either a Chevrolet Tahoe or a GMC Yukon.Note: Police have since told the media that it was not a car-jacking.
Asked if the case is considered a car-jacking, the officer said it’s unknown.
All the racial descriptions have been scrubbed to conceal the true nature of the crime from the public. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has made a conscious decision that political correctness is far more important than public safety. Even though the perpetrators are still at large and an immediate threat to public safety.
Pittsburgh’s Channel 6, WPXI, stated that the attack could be “part of a larger trend.” Yet they completely censored the race of the victim and the perpetrators. WPXI even states that police have detailed descriptions of the violent at-large perps, but consciously decides that political correctness outweighs public safety. WPXI insulted the victim by downplaying the viscous near-fatal attack as “a violent fight.”