Of course you’ve heard about the four black thugs who kidnapped and tortured a white disabled guy and live-streamed it on Facebook. You know they have been arrested and have been denied bail. That’s good.
The horrifying video that appeared online this week showed a young, mentally disabled white man being tortured, beaten, threatened with a knife and taunted with profanities directed at white people and President-elect Donald Trump.
The thugs also forced the victim to drink toilet water and kiss the floor, stuffed a sock into his mouth, taped his mouth shut and tied his hands up with a belt.
His family is now speaking out.
His aunt, Janet Grant has told DailyMail that he was unable to speak about the attack – other than to repeatedly ask why a friend he idolized had done this to him.
Speaking on Friday morning Grant said, “[The victim] just keeps saying, “Why, why? Jordan was my friend. He’s been my friend for a couple of years. They went to school together, they both had problems. He adores Jordan. I don’t know Jordan but [the victim] really liked him. It’s one thing if they didn’t know each other but [the victim] idolized him.”
Grant, who is the sister of the victim’s father said the family were ‘terrible’ since the teenager’s ordeal. “He’s got enough problems already,” she said. “They put cigarette butts out on his head, cut a hole in his scalp. Once they took him to Chicago, he had no meds for four days. He couldn’t even fight back. Physically he’ll heal but mentally… he’ll always be looking over his shoulder. Probably won’t trust anybody.”
Mrs Grant added, “Or even watch people do that. How could a woman watch that? They thought it was going to make them popular – putting cigarette butts out on a kid with schizophrenia and ADD.”
She said. “[He’s] a good boy. He would give you the shirt off his back.”
“His mom didn’t like him hanging out but [he] would say, “that’s my friend, that’s my friend. He looked up to Jordan.”
“[He] thought he was cool. I think he was one of the popular ones at school.”
The family made a brief statement to local TV stations on Monday night.
David Boyd, the victim’s brother-in-law, said, “He’s doing well as well as he could be at this time. We are so grateful for all the prayers and efforts that led to the safe return of our brother. This should never happen.”
Grant said that the victim’s father was too devastated to speak at the brief news conference.
The four friends arrested in the incident have expressed no remorse for their alleged part in the torture, police said.
On Thursday President Obama said he believed the ‘despicable’ actions seen in the video were examples of long-existing hatred, and not a sign of US race relations getting worse. He was a community organizer in Chicago and later senator from Illinois before becoming the worst American president in history.
Hopefully these scumbags are convicted and are locked up in cages where they belong.
Racist, filthy, useless, stinking trash.
TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
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