Marlin Newburn has seen and experienced black mob violence and black on white crime from many different angles: As a Detroit college student. A court appointed psychologist. A prison psychologist. He recently retired from 30 years in the criminal justice system, up close and personal with racial violence like the Knockout Game.
"The media's claim of racial non-discrimination borders on a comic-tragedy," Newburn said. "The simple response to their efforts to protect the Black Grievance Industry's false message is to note the race of the victims. From working with black felons over the years, one learns they share two common traits: Perpetuate the fantasy of black victimhood by the hands of whites, and to always be race loyal. Victims are chosen by race and ease of assault."
Thus the pattern where there is "no pattern."