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originally posted by: alldaylong
a reply to: Onslaught2996
It really annoys me when the word " Skinhead" appears in subjects such as this.
I was an original skinhead, a culture founded in England in the late 1960's. Skinheads at that time had nothing to do with racial violence. It was a culture founded on lifestyle , fashion and music.
Why can't these morons find another title to use rather than " Skinheads "
"not to sound too old-fashioned, but when a confrontation occurs between three men in their 20’s and a family with a middle-aged man and two women, it’s hard to see how it could have been ‘mutual’ by any stretch of the imagination. Nor is it difficult to grasp why the Bontas aren’t cooperating with police, either, given the circumstances.
The first Pakistani gangs in the United Kingdom were formed in the 1960s to protect the pakistani community from skinheads. The biggest Pakistani gangs in the 1960s in Birmingham were the Lynx Gang in the small Heath, Alum rock and Lozells areas, and the Aston Gang in the Birmingham borough Aston. Both gangs had more than 1,000 members. There had always been anti-racist and leftist skinheads from the beginning, especially in areas such as Scotland and Northern England. Some skinheads later came to appreciate black people due to their shared interests in ska, reggae and soul music, as well as rude boy culture and clothing styles. However, parts of skinhead culture drifted towards nationalism and racist groups such as the UK's National Front. As the hairstyle has become mainstream, it is less wise than ever to predict political affiliations by hair or lack of it. Some black and white skinheads were involved in what was called Paki bashing, which was random attacks on Pakistanis and other South Asians. In the beginning, the Pakistani gangs fought against black Caribbeans and British skinheads, some of whom had prejudices against Pakistanis.
Pakistani gangs in the UK
On Facebook, Josh Janiszewski of Fernley wrote, "Just layed the fists and boots to some 6' 5'' tongan dude. what you got on little guys?" at 3:13 pm, about two hours after the attack.
When asked by another person if they gave them hell, Josh responded. "Oh we did. That's for sure!" at 3:48 pm. "Amen," said Jacob Cassell at 4:07 pm. Dee Cassell, the mother said, "So...who has blood? You guys need to come home to mom?" at 4:48 pm. Then she states she gave them First Aid. "Better have ur asses at home after I did 1st aid. Don't piss off women - they r worse than men!" Dee Cassell wrote at 8:00 pm.
When asked by another person on Facebook asked if they got "some good licks" in Josh responded. Josh said, "sent em to the hospital, they got #ed up man, thats for sure."
The convenience store clerk told her that there is a video which shows the attackers jumping out of the vehicle with baseball bats, but police had not asked for the video as evidence.
originally posted by: Onslaught2996
Bonta Family Revisits Site of Alleged Attack
Still sticking to their story in 2014....of course Abe..won't believe because the attackers said so..
Seven weeks after Johnny, Lisa and Alyssa Bonta and Shane Murray were allegedly attacked in an apparent hate crime the family walks ICTMN through a reenactment of the events that happened on May 24th in Fernely, Nevada.