December 13, 2018
According to Webster’s Dictionary, a “nip-nog” is someone who is “half black, half Japanese, and a full middle finger to God.”
Nip-nogs are a problematic mix because they tend to inherit both the sexual depravity of their Japanese side and the impulsive, chimp-like aggressiveness of their black side.
So when one of them inevitably escapes his containment pen in Okinawa and finds his way to America, you need to be on guard – especially if you’re disabled like Mr. Boyd.
Last week, a short ride back home from a gas station ended in terror and trauma for one Austin man.
“I was freaked out. I was scared. I was shaking. I was appalled,” Michael Boyd said.
This week, Austin police arrested 23-year-old Fidele Ngirishyaka on charges of aggravated sexual assault.
Boyd said he ordered a ride to go to a gas station nearby. Rideshare apps are helpful to him because he relies on his wheelchair to get around. He can walk with a cane, but his steps are unsteady.
He said at the end of the ride, when they got back to his house, the driver came around to where he was sitting and opened the door.
“I thought he was going to come back and unlock the door for me and let me out and help me to my wheelchair,” he said.
According to an affidavit, however, that’s not what happened.
Police said Ngirishyaka sexually assaulted Boyd.
“He pulled my head real hard to the side, and when he pulled my head, not only did I lose my balance, but he pulled me into his pelvis and smashed my nose,” he said.
“I told him no. It was happening so quick. I was shaking in my voice. Shaking in the car,” he said.
Boyd told us he wanted to talk about his experience because so many people use rideshare apps.