Monday, June 6, 2011

Chicago PC Media Mum On Race of Black Streeterville Mob

Dvonte Sykes, Trovolus Pickett and Derodte Wright 
The violent Saturday night attacks on 3 white men and one Japanese tourist in the posh Streeterville neighborhood were perpetrated by  a gang of  15 to 20 black youths from the South side, according to Chicago's WLS-AM.

Dvonte Sykes, Trovolus Pickett and Derodte Wright were charged as adults today with felony robbery and mob action and police are still looking for about a dozen others.

The thuggish African-American mob violently attacked the four victims and stole ipods, cellphones and other electronic devices.

Callers to WLS-AM this morning, who identified themselves as retired or current Chicago Police said the city was covering up a wave of black on white mob violence in the city.


And to read the mainstream Chicago print media you wouldn't know that there was a racial component to these crimes at all.
Posh Streeterville


The Chicago Tribune's Sunday report by J. Gorner and A. Grimm generically referred to the perps simply as "youths" and "teens."

Rosemary Sobel's Sun-Times report delicately referred to the suspects simply as "males," "teens" and "adult criminals."

And UPI sent the story around the world making  reference only to Chicago "youths" and "teens."

They did use the term, "flash gang," referring to the mob's use of social media to instantly gather at a given place.

But if you relied on the color-blind PC print media, you might just as well have conjured up the image of a group of Sherpa Tibetan Twitterers or Finnish Facebook flash gangers.

Odd that the Chicago liberal media was more than happy to identify a suburban woman as "white" when she was accused of a "hate crime" for tugging a Muslim Pakistani's burkha. But when it comes to these black youth's who've been  violently rampaging against whites on the North side, the mainstream media's mysteriously color blind.

Do you think that the Tribune, Sun-Times and UPI are as rigorously color-blind when it comes to hiring reporters to acheive racial "diversity" on their news staffs?