It seems that Orthodox Jews are not the only ones to beset by savages in the New York City neighborhood of Crown Heights.

Teenage girls wearing nice sneakers are also targeted for random and devastating violence.

Teens beat up 15-year-old girl and steal her Air Jordans in Brooklyn

A group of teenagers beat up a 15-year-old girl and stole her Air Jordan sneakers during a robbery in Brooklyn, surveillance footage released by cops on Friday shows.

The teenager was walking on Utica Avenue near Sterling Place in Crown Heights at 4:10 p.m. Thursday when she was spotted by the dozen youths, cops said.

When she reached the corner, the gang lunged at her and punched and kicked her repeatedly, the video shows.

Here is the video:

She was taken to NYC Health & Hospitals/Kings County to be treated for bruising and head trauma, cops said. It was unclear what provoked the attack.

Let’s take a guess, shall we…

They stole her shoes, debit card, and cell phone.

She is a girl and she’s 15 years old.

I’d say that the boys who attacked her assumed that she was weak and would be easy to rob.

Watching this, I’m reminded of wildlife videos where a bunch of jackals or hyena spot a gazelle with a bad leg and tear it to shreds.

These boys are pure predators.  The police can say “We CAN NOT allow this behavior in our community” but with bail reform and the fact that they all looked like teens themselves, absolutely nothing of consequence will happen to them.

Every day, it seems, that New York City inches closer and closer to being a place that only Snake Plissken can survive.

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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “The Jackals of Crown Heights”
  1. This is why the right to bear arms must not be denied to anyone grown-up enough to exercise it correctly. That includes many teenagers.

  2. The chant was audible but at that distance still wordless. Behind Jack walked the twins, carrying a great stake on their shoulders. The gutted carcass of a pig swung from the stake, swinging heavily as the twins toiled over the uneven ground. The pig’s head hung down with gaping neck and seemed to search for something on the ground. At last the words of the chant floated up to them, across the bowl of blackened wood and ashes.

    “Kill the pig! Cut her throat! Spill the blood!”

    The Lord of the Flies, Ch. 4

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