Detroit traffic accident reports
Detroit: White man beaten
after traffic accident
Ethnic intimidation charges are awaiting one of three males, presumed to be black, who severely beat a white man after a traffic accident in Detroit.
Police say Nathanial Szczerbinski was traveling the wrong direction in Detroit due to his unfamiliarity with the area. When he stopped to turn and correct his direction his vehicle was struck by a van.
Three occupants of the van administered ghetto justice on the spot. Szczerbinski was admitted to a local hospital with severe injuries, but not from the crash. His physical and emotional trauma was the result of the beating.
• The the media are accustomed to exaggerating racial attacks in America's history, they seldom take note of black-on-white attacks in our nation's present. I call this distortion of current events 'real-time' revision.
The attack of Szczerbinski in Detroit last week is evidence that racist hatred is alive and well in the United States, but it is almost exclusively black-on-white.
You may read scores of recent black-on-white racial attacks at AbateTheHate.com .
• White leftists who pretend that white people are racists to advance a cultural Marxist agenda are, in fact, the true progenitors of hate in America. Racial reconciliation cannot happen in
America because white liberals are intent to exploit it to advance their agenda and, all the while, accusing realists of being 'racists.'
The crime was reported June 8, 2014.
From our source we read:
A man is in the hospital after he got into a car crash, but it wasn't the crash that injured him. Instead, he was severely beaten afterwards on a nearby street corner.
Nathanial Szczerbinski admitted to Local 4 he caused the wreck because he was driving the wrong way down an unfamiliar Detroit street. He said he stopped and started to turn around when he was struck by a Chevy van. As Szczerbinski got out, he was confronted by the three guys who were in the van.
Police sources told Local 4 the men quickly went on the attack, repeatedly punching and kicking Szczerbinski.
The violent attack brings back memories of the assault on Steve Utash, the man who was severely beaten by an angry mob after hitting a boy on the east side of Detroit by accident.
Now, Szczerbinski and his family are focused on his recovery and they said they're hopeful police will track down those responsible.
One man is reportedly in custody, potentially facing assault and ethnic intimidation charges.