The officer shot and killed one of his attackers.
Saturday night at about 10:00 P.M. in Maywood, Illinois, an off duty Chicago police officer riding a motorcycle struck a four-year-old girl when the child ran into the road. Despite throwing the motorcycle into a slide (an effort by a motorcyclist to minimize damage in a wreck by laying the bike on its side and hopefully avoiding contact) the officer was unable to avoid the little girl. The collision skinned the child’s face and she is currently in the hospital.
The father of the child, in a nearby restaurant at the time, came outside and began shouting at the injured police officer. He then punched the officer in the face and a second man, a relative, joined him and together they continued to attack the officer. The policeman, fearing for his life, pulled out his gun and shot and killed one of the men (the one who initially punched the officer). The officer is currently in the hospital.
This is behavior that is not unheard of: blacks attacking whites for accidentally hitting a pedestrian. Here is an example of more black thug behavior in a similar situation where blacks attacked a white motorist last year in Henderson, N.C. Were the races reversed in this story, it would have been national news. Of course, since the attackers were black, no one outside the Henderson area heard anything about this anti-civilizational story. This is not an isolated incident. Neither is this. These are just a few examples of a not uncommon story. Indeed, for decades white people have been taught that an accident involving an injured black pedestrian, especially a child, and a white motorist in a black neighborhood can be very dangerous for the white driver.
Black mob mayhem is just another of the many reasons white people avoid black neighborhoods. These stories provide examples of black people having a glaring lack of impulse control, and/or hating white people. Take your pick, either one means that they are not going to be the kind of neighbors that any sane white person would wish to have.