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Two days ago we shared this disturbing video of an elderly man getting the ever loving shit kicked out of him by a much younger man, allegedly because he had been “upskirting” girls on the train. Except there were no upskirting pictures on the phone they stole from him. The most disturbing part was how only one person on the train tried to stop the beating. Everyone else cheered him on in some sick and twisted attempt at vigilance, simply because one loud mouthed ho-bag claimed that the guy was a sexual deviant.
The aggressor walked away as the hero, and the mob urged the victim to be arrested. It was pretty sick. Even if he did do it, it’s not a crime to take pictures of people in public. And you can’t upskirt a woman who wasn’t wearing a skirt in the first place.
Well, a bunch of turtle riders emailed the MBTA Police after our blog and CCd us on the emails. And it looks like turtle riders got justice once again…..
On June 11, 2018 at approximately 1PM Transit Police officers assigned to the Central District received a radio call to respond to the MBTA’s South Station Red Line north for a report of a man being assaulted. Upon arrival officers were directed to a male slouched over on the bench who appeared to be in pain. Officers noted the victim, a 66 year old male, had a swollen right eye and cuts about his face and was wincing in pain. The victim reported to the officers while riding on an inbound Red Line train an unknown female accused him of taking her picture. The victim attempted to explain he did not take any inappropriate pictures. At this time an unknown male forcefully grabbed the victim’s phone and began walking away. The victim followed the male and demanded his phone back. The male began to physically beat, choke and kick the victim. The victim also stated he believed others may have assaulted him during this time as well.
Boston EMS responded to the scene and transported the victim to a local area hospital for treatment. A witness to the incident approached an officer and turned over the victim’s phone stating she retrieved the phone from the floor during the assault. Subsequent to an investigation by TPD Detectives Tukan Manley, 31, of Boston was placed into custody on June 14, 2018 for Assault & Battery on an Elderly Person, Strangulation and Malicious Destruction of Property. The investigation is ongoing relative to others who may have participated in the assault on the victim.
This is what we do at Turlteboy Sports. We expose criminals and bring bad guys to justice. Make no mistake about it – if we didn’t write that blog this guy would still be considered the hero. It was mind boggling that so many morons treated this guy like he stopped a terrorist or some shit:
Of course the element in the room is the racial component to it all. A pervey old white guy getting beat down by no fucks given black dude trying to protect the honor of black women who the pervey old white guy was victimizing, that was the real reason this guy was treated as a hero.
So good job turtle riders. Although this manbunned maggot should probably be arrested too, since he kicked the guy in the face while he was on the ground: