During a recent Ebony-on-Ivory Love-Crime in Charlottsville, NC, Jeanne Doucette and her boyfriend, Marc Adams went one round in the updated version of the Die-versity Game. They lived to tell the tale of the December 20th, 2013 mis-match. If, heaven forbid, they get to play again another night, here’s hoping they’re a hell-of-alot more alert, and armed with something equally more substantial than a nice video-making phone.
“Maybe if we had played dead, they would have stopped,” said Adams. “If the point of the knockout game is to knock out, we kept getting up to help each other. We didn’t play right.”
At this blog, victim Jeanne Doucette is attributed with saying:
“They didn’t want to rob us. They wanted to beat us. It was like it was enjoyable to them to beat us,” she said. “There was camaraderie to it.”
Wake up people. How many more “Love Crimes” do you have to search high & low for details on, or later find how white-washed the earliest reports were, for you to understand the jig-is-up? This foot-dragging by the Charlottesville police? Pfft! It’s learned behavior: if it’s good enough for the U.S. Attorney General Eric (My-People) Holder, it’s good enough for C-ville’s cops.