Of niggas unleashing their brutal and savage best on each other, the Black On Black (BOB) Crime that we’re calling Guerrillas in Da Mist: The Beatdown of Derrion Albert – staring hard ass banga Silvanus Shannon (19), Eugene Riley (his eighteen year old homeboy) and a sixteen year old named Eric Carson, is certainly going to be a strong candidate for our Black On Black (BOB) Crime of the Year standing.
People, BOB Crime it don’t get no better than this!
I shot off an email to the Black On White (BOW) Crime lovers over at the GhettoBraggingRights and asked their opinion. No reply. Cowards. But, I don’t suspect these brave warriors will be getting much play over there. They don’t need. They’re right where they belong.
From all accounts, nineteen year old Shannon’s primitive looks finally paid off well and he really let his inner beast go.
According to CNN, he admitted to jumping on the Albert’s head after he was already lying on the ground. Coward.
In the videotaped confession, 19-year-old Silvanus Shannon also said that the victim, Derrion Albert, never struck him, said the Chicago Police spokeswoman, Tandra Simonton.
Silvanous homeboy Eugene got Darrion in the head with a railroad tie: “a rectangular piece of wood used as a base for railroad tracks,” Simonton said.
Once Derrion was on the ground, Silvanus went to work: “stomping on his head repeatedly.”
Prosecutors said Derrion Albert was an “innocent bystander” who ended up in the middle of a street fight between two factions of students at his school, Christian Fenger Academy High school, located on Chicago’s South Side.
If these “brothers and sisters” will do this to each other, we know they have no regard for us.
I think for any of us who witnessed this it looked just like what we’ve come to expect from black America. They were just like a bunch of savage animals.
Is there more proof needed that they all belong in a cage? It’s gonna take a SERIOUS BOB Crime to out do this. But I’m confident they can do it.
If you’d like to submit a BOB Crime for the BOB Crime of They Year, submit it here. It’s already late in the year and I’m just getting started with this. So, there’s a lot of catching up to do.