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White Man Beaten To Death With Hammers By Black Youths: Video

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Zemir Begic, 32

Did you know a 32-year-old white man was beaten to death with hammers by at least two black teens early Sunday morning, November 30, 2014, on Itaska Street in St. Louis?

The victim was identified as Zemir Begic, 32, of the 4200 block of Miami Street. He had injuries to his head, abdomen, face and mouth. He was taken to St. Louis University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

Police said Begic was in his vehicle in the 4200 block of Itaska about 1:15 a.m. when several juveniles approached on foot and began damaging it. Begic got out and the juveniles began yelling at him and striking him with hammers. Two male juveniles, 16 and 15, were taken into custody and a third one, Robert Mitchell, 17, turned himself in. There is a fourth suspect being saught.

According to witnesses, moments before Begic was attacked there were groups of black teens running down the street shouting:

     "F*ck the white people, kill the white people!"

The video below was shot by an eyewitness in the immediate aftermath of the murder.

Have you seen the mainstream media reporting this ghastly murder of a white man by black thugs in St. Louis? Has President Obama or Attorney General Holder held a press conference?

Just a white guy in the wrong place at the wrong time, according to police representative Schron Jackson?

Were Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson marching with the protestors at the scene of the murder? Will they be holding vigil with his young widow? The answer is "No."

The sociopathic thug Michael Brown was a martyred saint to the sort of people who feed us our news because he was black and died while assaulting a white police officer. Begic was insignificant and expendable, like most law-abiding, taxpaying citizens.

When a white cop kills a criminal black teenager who threatens his life we have a national tragedy. When a gang of roving blacks beats an innocent white man to death with hammers it is a "misunderstanding" that needs to be suppressed from being reported.

Good thing Begic did not have a gun. Imagine what the media would do to him if he defended himself and his wife Arijana against teenagers.

The hypocrisy of the corporate media and government leaders is breathtaking to behold.

What a shame.

Zemir and his family, Bosnian refugees, went through some tough times while they were in refugee camps for a couple of years before settling in the US.

A GoFundMe page is now collecting donations to cover costs for his funeral, which you can find here.


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