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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Chased home: Mob attacks man in his house

” ‘We got you, you white mother——-!’ ” LaVelle said he heard someone yell in the “mob” of black and Hispanic youths.

ABOUT 11 P.M. on Sept. 9, dozens of youths with bats and pipes descended on a tidy residential area of Port Richmond looking for white teens who allegedly had attacked an African-American kid at Stokely Playground a couple of hours earlier.

Two fearful white teens spotted Mark LaVelle on Indiana Avenue near Belgrade Street and asked for help. Suddenly, the mob appeared. LaVelle, who said that he didn’t know the two kids, who looked to be 13 or 14, ran with them into his nearby house.

” ‘We got you, you white mother——-!’ ” LaVelle said he heard someone yell in the “mob” of black and Hispanic youths.

Inside his house, LaVelle, 37, called to his wife, Kim, 30, to go to their bedroom with their twin 13-month-old boys, Mark and Mason, and to call police. He also ordered his two other sons, 11 and 17, and his nephew, 7, to stay upstairs.

With the two teens hiding in the house, LaVelle, 5 feet 10, 220 pounds, a well-known sports-league organizer and coach in the community, went outside to try to calm the angry mob.

They were standing on his steps. One shouted, ” ‘Something’s going to happen now!’ ” LaVelle recalled in an interview Friday at his house. LaVelle got nervous and went back inside, locking his door with a deadbolt.

But the attackers pounded on his front windows and kicked his wooden door so hard, it flew open and some of them entered his house.

“The first guy hits me with a pipe. The second guy knocks me in the face. All I’m hearing is my wife and kids screaming,” said LaVelle, who feared that the next time they saw him, he would be in a casket.

He said that he was able to push the attackers out the door, but then a third man – who had a gun – tried to extend his arm. LaVelle grabbed onto the gunman’s lower arm and shoulder so he couldn’t raise the weapon. Then, police sirens screamed in the neighborhood, and the mob turned and ran.

LaVelle was able to identify three of the people from the melee. He said he did not know if they had been chasing the white teenagers, or if they were just trying to find someone to attack.

Police arrested Bergson Morin, 21, of Rosehill Street near Wyoming Avenue, Feltonville, as the man with the gun. They arrested Enrique Delgado, 32, of Rockland and C streets, Feltonville, as the man who hit LaVelle with the pipe. And they arrested a 17-year-old juvenile as the one who punched LaVelle in the face, giving him a black eye.

http://articles.philly.com/2011-09-27/news/30208589_1_white-teens-attackers-angry-mob

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I wish we would only use force against white people

Saying it was “probably very unprofessional to say,” Allender said that “as a white police chief, I wish we would only use force against white people, because it would erase that issue that’s so hard to deal with and is so troubling for so many people.”

Allender said more than 50 percent of the Rapid City Police Department’s arrests are of Native Americans — far larger than the Native share of the population. He noted that a large number of those involved both victims and perpetrators who are Native Americans. “We have more contact with Native American people than we do non-Native; I can’t lie about that,” he said.

After multiple speakers called on the police department to hire more Native officers, Allender said the police department had tried and failed in the past.

“If you have a great idea for how we can go out and get little Native American boys and girls interested in being law enforcement officers in Rapid City, I’m all for it,” he said.

Another call at Thursday’s meeting was for dialogue.

“I want to see this racism stop over here,” said Cynthia Gonzalez, who identified herself as a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. “You guys can be more educated in our culture, as well.”

Allender said he is “always looking for the next great idea of how to facilitate something that will help us get our issues on the table” and asked for suggestions on constructive ways to move forward.

Members of the North Rapid community greeted Rapid City Police Chief Steve Allender with thanks and concerns about racism at a North Middle School forum Thursday night.

Allender hosted the forum in the aftermath of the Aug. 2 shooting at a North Rapid intersection in which two police officers and the civilian shooter died.

More than 200 people attended the forum, where Allender discussed efforts to fight crime in North Rapid before taking questions.

“People somehow associate violence with North Rapid,” Allender said. “The shooting that occurred had no more to do with North Rapid than anywhere else.”

The North Rapid area does have more police officers than any other area of town, Allender said — a response to the fact that the police department receives more 911 calls from there than any other neighborhood.

But Allender and members of the crowd said crime has significantly improved in recent decades in North Rapid.

Community member Leonard Bryant, who has lived in North Rapid for more than 40 years, said he had seen “the change in North Rapid for the better, and I have seen a change in the Rapid City police for better.”

Allender highlighted the importance of community policing, where officers get to know residents and deal with nuisance issues rather than just responding to 911 calls.

“The neighborhood is degraded by nuisance crimes, such as drinking and littering and stacking up junk in the yard,” he said.

The solution, Allender said, is to systematically engage a neighborhood, doing things that seem more like “social service work.”

“Why are cops doing social service? Because it works,” he said.

Although Allender and the Rapid City Police Department received applause and plaudits during the two-hour forum, there was also plenty of criticism.

Multiple audience members told Allender they see problems with racism against Native Americans from police officers.

“I know that there are good cops out there, and there are racist cops,” Sandra Little said. “I’ve seen it. I’ve lived here most of my life.”

Allender defended the department but also asked for help.

“My preference is that we would never have another shooting, ever, involving a Native American,” he said.

Saying it was “probably very unprofessional to say,” Allender said that “as a white police chief, I wish we would only use force against white people, because it would erase that issue that’s so hard to deal with and is so troubling for so many people.”

Allender said more than 50 percent of the Rapid City Police Department’s arrests are of Native Americans — far larger than the Native share of the population. He noted that a large number of those involved both victims and perpetrators who are Native Americans. “We have more contact with Native American people than we do non-Native; I can’t lie about that,” he said.

After multiple speakers called on the police department to hire more Native officers, Allender said the police department had tried and failed in the past.

“If you have a great idea for how we can go out and get little Native American boys and girls interested in being law enforcement officers in Rapid City, I’m all for it,” he said.

Another call at Thursday’s meeting was for dialogue.

“I want to see this racism stop over here,” said Cynthia Gonzalez, who identified herself as a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. “You guys can be more educated in our culture, as well.”

Allender said he is “always looking for the next great idea of how to facilitate something that will help us get our issues on the table” and asked for suggestions on constructive ways to move forward.

Time to stand up for freedom of speech!

David Yeagley is a conservative activist and writer who happens to be the g-g grandson of Comanche leader Bad Eagle. He has just announced he is suing those who conspired to deny Jared Taylor and his American Renaissance organization a facility for their annual meeting here in Charlotte last January.

In my humble opinion, this is an open-and-shut case. Even the oh-so-politically correct oracles at the Charlotte Observer editorial staff knew it was wrong for Charlotte mayor pro tem Patrick Cannon to use his political power to deny AmRen a conference room.

Even worse, the far-leftists who specialize in bullying opponents into silence held a victory rally which was attended by another public official, Willie Ratchford of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations Committee:

The people who conspired to deny Jared Taylor’s First Amendment rights need to be taught a lesson. This case deserves our financial and moral support!

http://conservativetimes.org/