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The so-called “knock-out game” is still being played on the streets of America, despite the liberal media refusing to acknowledge surprise attacks on the unsuspecting, and even claiming that the “game” is a conservative myth designed to malign young, black males.

But police who are still looking for several suspects with the latest unprovoked attack on an innocent pedestrian know the “game” is real, and they know who the perpetrators are and who they are targeting as victims.

The Brooklyn Heights, New York Police Department has released a description of a man who punched 65-year-old Richard Carey in the face, opening a cut near his eye that required sutures and hospitalization.

The assailant is described by the police as a black male, 5 feet 10 inches and 160 pounds, who was wearing black sneakers and a white T-shirt, as seen in video surveillance tape.

The “game” is often called “polar bear hunting” by black youths singling out white victims, but has claimed dozens of lives, including the elderly, Asians and Jews prompting condemnation by the Anti-Defamation League.

Perpetrators usually have a group of friends with them as part of the “game” who video the attack.

In addition, some states have considered legislation that would make allow juveniles involved in perpetrating or recording such an attack, and making any race or religion-based attack a hate crime.

Although attackers usually sneak up on the victim before shoving them to the pavement or striking them with enough force to literally knock them unconscious, in Carey’s case, his assailant walked straight toward him.

“There were no looks, no glances. Came running at me. 1, 2, 3, 4. It was his full force,” Carey said. “The next thing I knew I was upside down in the bushes.”

Police are asking anyone with information to call 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).



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