Philadelphia Black Mob: Five Teenage Girls Arrested For Smashing Student In the Face With A Brick
The media won't talk about it. A Temple University Student was attacked by a gang of black teenage girls, ranging in age from 14 to 17. This is the Philadelphia black mob at work. This time, the teenagers are using weapons like bricks in their random and senseless attacks. Not only did the group of teenage thugs attack the nineteen year old female student, but they were also responsible for another attack on a student on the same night. This all occurred on Friday, March 21st. The brutality of using a brick in an unprovoked attack is nearly impossible to fathom, but the most outrageous part of the entire incident is the media's cowardly disregard for relaying factual information. Why won't they say it was a mob of black teenage girls instead of pretending that that it wasn't? The reason is because for the media to call out Philadelphia black mob violence is racist. However, if it was a white mob, they wouldn't hesitate.
Five juveniles in Philadelphia have been taken into custody in connection the assault of a Temple University student with a brick on Friday evening.
The five girls, ages 14, 15 and 17, were arrested early on Tuesday afternoon after police released security camera footage of the gang who also punched two other students in separate incidents within a 20 minute time span.
They punched two students, and then proceeded to use a brick as a weapon against a 19-year-old Temple University student, whose name has not been released. The girl was walking with her boyfriend, who tried to fend off the ravenous gang of heathens. But he couldn't do anything to save his girlfriend from the merciless assault with a brick.
A brutal attack dislocated the teeth and fractured the jaw of a 19-year-old Temple University student, but the terrifying incident won't stop her from finishing her courses this semester.
"I'm definitely going to go back to class," said the victim, who asked not to be identified. "I don't want this to stop me from finishing classes."
The student was walking with her boyfriend near the intersection of 16th and Norris streets around 6 p.m. Friday when a group of about a dozen kids ranging in age from 8 to 14-years-old began taunting them, she said.
"I'm walking by and one of the people from the group screamed at me, really loud and really close to my face," she said. "I kept walking because I don't want to engage them. Then they start pulling at my hair and earrings."
Her boyfriend, a 20-year-old Temple student, asked them to back off, but the group refused to relent.
He couldn't save her from the attack. Who could know that one of the girls in the Philadelphia black mob of teen girls was wielding a brick? They used it to smash her face in and it is a miracle she did not die from the attack.
Police say one of the girls then struck the female student in the face with a brick while the other suspects tried to rob the student's boyfriend. The victim was left with dislocated teeth and a fractured jaw.
'I tried to get away as fast as I could. My teeth were halfway out of my mouth. I wasn't thinking about anything besides getting to safety.'
She was hit twice in the face with the brick. She was rushed to the hospital and underwent hours of surgery to try to repair her fractured and battered mouth. Doctors did everything in their power to realign her teeth, not to mention saving her teeth. The damage was that severe.
‘All of her teeth were pushed into the back of her mouth,' said her father. ‘Her five top, front teeth were bent all the way back from the gum.'
She has since been released from care and is expected to recover, but has a long way to go.
‘I've been eating my food through a straw,' she lamented.
It is truly impossible to imagine that a gang of girls could inflict this much suffering on another person. For absolutely no reason whatsoever. But before this attack, another student was attacked, and is claiming that police were nonchalant about the incident.
Another Temple University student has come forward claiming she was attacked by a group of young girls minutes before a brutal off-campus assault with a brick that forced a fellow co-ed into surgery.
The 20-year-old junior, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, tells NBC10.com she was text messaging a friend as she walked down her street, the 1700 block of Willington Street, around 5:45 p.m. on Friday when she was blindsided by a fist.
Minutes after, the woman said a Philadelphia Police officer knocked on her door asking if she was OK. A driver apparently witnessed the attack and flagged down an officer, the student said.
His attitude was very nonchalant and he was acting like it was no big deal," she said speaking about the officer inside the station.
The woman said the whole conversation happened from within the station's waiting room, which was full of people at the time, and that she didn't feel comfortable talking about all of the details regarding the assault in public.
"He said if it happened again to call 911. I didn't think to call 911 because I was at the station, I was four doors down," she said.
The co-ed was planning to let the situation go, until she heard about the unprovoked attack of two other Temple students only three blocks away, just 15 minutes after hers.