Black Criminal Attacks Cricket Wireless Clerk
by Lewis Loflin
Note: the video above is very violent and uncut. Do not use this as an excuse to "seek" revenge on anyone. You will be no better than this thug.
Phoenix Arizona: 22-year-old Maria Coronado was the latest victim of a black criminal. She was attacked by 33-year-old Michael Cook. Cook is a known criminal, drug user, and mental case. He was reported as homeless.
Ms. Coronado was working alone at a Cricket Wireless store. Cook cased out the business, waited until she was alone.
For no reason Cook attacked Ms. Coronado causing severe facial injuries that included stitches and broken bones in her face. He was stomping on her head.
To quote Ms. Coronado,
"I have stitches from my eyebrow to my nose. I have like two fractured nose bones and just mentally, and all the bruises on my face. I relive it everyday. I see his face everyday. I get these flashbacks of me getting hit and I can still smell the carpet, like the carpet where I was at, like I still smell that. I just relive it everyday...
I just didn't want to like hit him or do anything like that because if I hit him and he gets a hold of me again, he's not going to stop this time and this time he will probably kill me or knock me out. It was terrible. At first when he was punching me, I thought he was like-I was being stabbed or something because it was so much force but I didn’t know he had grabbed my phone at some point and was hitting me with my iPhone so I was like why is this hurting me so much."
Ms. Coronado saw him lurking around:
"That day he was coming just periodically, just opening the door to see if I was alone, if somebody was there or just to catch me alone at the right time. I thought it was weird but I just saw him like too often I didn’t think he would do something like that."
Cook stole several cell phones and cash to buy drugs. He is being held on a $100,000 cash bond. Why was he even given bond at all?
Ms. Coronado has worked at this store for four years and this is robbery number four. Arizona is 5.4% Black, Blacks account for ~20% of violent crime.
These employees need to be armed and trained to defend themselves. That means lethal force if necessary.
I predict this criminal will be back on the streets within 12 months.
Ref. 3TV/CBS 5 June 9, 2022.
Color of Crime in Arizona
US Census for Arizona July 1, 2021: white alone 53.2%; Hispanic 32.3%; Black 5.4%; Indian 5.3%; Asian 3.8%
Blacks at 5.4% of the population account for 20-30% of the violent crime.
Arizona reported 423 murders during 2020. A total of 351 persons were arrested in 2020. Of those persons arrested, 35 percent were White, 36.47% Hispanic, 22.51 percent were Black, 4.27 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native, 1.42 percent were Asian, and 0.28 percent were Pacific Islander.
There were 2,838 rapes reported during 2020. A total of 296 persons were arrested in 2020. Of those persons arrested, 34.8 percent were White, 35.5% were Hispanic, 22.9 percent were Black, 5.1 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native, 0.7 percent were Asian, and 1.0 percent were Pacific Islander.
There were 5,739 robberies reported during 2020. A total of 1,736 persons were arrested in 2020. Of those persons arrested, 39.7 percent were Hispanic, 27.7 percent were Black, 24 percent were White, 7.9 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native, 0.5 percent were Asian, and 0.2 percent were Pacific Islander.
There were 19,751 aggravated assaults reported in 2020. A total of 8,423 persons were arrested in 2020. Of those persons arrested, 37.1 percent were White, 32.6 percent were Hispanic, 20.9 percent were Black, 8.7 percent were American Indian/Alaskan Native, 0.6 percent were Asian, and 0.1 percent were Pacific Islander.
Do I really need to go on?
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