The most glaring omission is the race of the assailants.
they were naggers
Please state your guess.
Nothing is said about the other assailant, but according to this article, the other suspect was white too. I bring this up because God has given me a strong testimony through Him bringing me to know many black people about how many are "good people" when we use the world's standard, not the Christian one, of a good person, which in some ways it's necessary to do. I've pretty much been working class for much of my life, so I've known a great many black people, I've worked with many, and despite whatever is in the news and what the political class is saying, so many black people, and I would say most I've encountered, treat the white people around them principally as other people. I've seen lots and lots of good will, charity, genuinely attempted fairness, and all-around "non-black behavior" (according to the negative stereotypes about black people) by black people towards white people, and I've also seen plenty of white people who haven't been kind, fair, or charitable - and I would say that, for various reasons, I've seen a lot more of it from white people, though of course I have from some black people, too. I'm probably much more likely to be around treacherous white people, being white myself, for one thing, but also it's possible that treacherous white people are less likely overall to be, say, in prison. And of course, I've also seen and experienced a lot of good will from other white people in my life, but as I said, I've seen and experienced from a great many black people, too. At different times I've gotten kind, thoughtful and charitable treatment from many black people, too, and have seen it towards other white people, without any fanfare or anyone calling attention to it or them looking anything in return. And this all of course has much to do in part with the fact that working class white people for the most part also see and treat black people as other people, know them as individuals, and will also try to treat them kindly and fairly. So anyway, that's what I had to say about this to you all.