January 27, 2019
The nogs claim the white man said racist things to them, including calling one of them “another angry black male.”
But why would he say that if the nog wasn’t acting like a total chimp?
A 47-year-old man is in a coma after two teens assaulted him at a St. Paul bus stop in front of Regions Hospital late last month, authorities say.
The man was knocked off his feet during the encounter, and hit his head on concrete, according to legal documents. He suffered two brain bleeds and was still in a coma as of last week.
Officers found the man unconscious and bleeding from his ears after responding to a report of an assault at 640 Jackson St. on Dec. 30.
Isaiah Coleman and Jeremiah Ward, both 16 and from St. Paul, were charged Monday with first-degree assault resulting in great bodily harm in the incident, according to juvenile petitions filed in Ramsey County District Court.
In an interview with officers last week, Coleman and Ward told officers that a white man made racist comments toward the black teens at the bus stop, prompting them to approach him. The man, who appeared drunk, referred to one of them as “another angry black male,” and used a racial slur, Ward said, according to the complaint.
The man’s comments caused Coleman to “snap” and strike him in the chest, knocking the man to the ground, Coleman told police, legal documents say.
Ward said he tried to break it up, but that the man continued to “say all types of stuff,” including threatening violence against the teens and using racial slurs, the complaint said.