Teens Beaten During A Black Lives Matter Protest - It Gets Worse

A Stockton mother says that her two teenage daughters were attacked by protesters during a vigil and that the attack was racially motivated.

The 46-year-old woman and her 17 and 19-year-old daughter were walking out of a Red Robin restaurant when they saw about 50 protesters wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts and bandanas over their faces, according to Record Net.

“They were in the street and my family and I were on the sidewalk,” the mother said. “Someone from the crowd yelled, ‘B----, what the (expletive) are you looking at?’ My 17-year-old daughter said, ‘Who do you think you’re calling a b----?’”

That’s when about 12 to 14 individuals ran over and began to kick and punch and throw bottles while they made racist remarks at the two teens who are white.

Stockton Police told CBS Sacramento that the gang appeared to be a bunch of “out-of-towners.” They also report that there is no official Black Lives Matter group in Stockton and that the Sacramento chapter denied any involved in the protest.

Police are now searching for the assailants and are offering a $10,000 reward. Though police were at the scene of the protest, they told NBC Sacramento that they didn’t see the assault occur and weren’t made aware of it until after the fact since they were following the movement of the protesters.

“I felt like the police were almost helping them and letting them take control of the street, making it so they can act that way, and I just thought that was completely wrong,” the 46-year-old victim said. “I asked them, ‘Where were you guys? Where were you guys? There were 15 or 20 of you five minutes ago.’”

Source: Record Net
Photo: Red Ice TV

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