Two men allegedly raped a woman in Claremont, California, to teach her that white women "don't mean s**t." The alleged rapists are currently on the loose.
(Image source: Orlando Sentinel report screenshot) A Clermont, Florida, woman was allegedly kidnapped and raped by two black men who said they did it to teach her a lesson about dating black men, and that white women “don’t mean s**t in this town.” According to the Orlando Sentinel, on June 22, Clermont Police said an unnamed woman was “just hanging out with friends” in the early morning in the 1000 block of Disston Avenue. Shane Strickland said Rodney “Coop” Cooper, 32, pushed the woman inside a bedroom, locked the door, and stood guard.
Don't let the title fool you: Pairing happens in all ways… Even this insanely divisive period we're going through in the United States can't reverse the interracial relationship advances that are surely here to stay.
Cameron was also asked to share her thoughts on The Rock running for president. “He has the full package so like …I mean, I’m all for him. He’s the only wrestler from WWE that’s made a name for himself.’ Oh boy.
From there, the police report said 27-year-old Justin Akeen Fedrick, and 26-year-old Keon Dellshai Gordon began to sexually assault the woman who “attempted to fight them, but they were too strong.” According to the police report, the men told the woman “we’re going to teach you a lesson about dating a black man and white [women] don’t mean [expletive] in this town.” When they were finished, the report said, they told the woman they would “make it ten times worse next time” if she went to the police.
The police report said the woman ran from the home, cutting through backyards “because she was afraid they would come after her.” The victim’s boyfriend called the police after he received a text close to 3 a.m.
It can be a bit alarming, just because of how different the hair quality is.
It lands both parties in completely different events.