Elderly disabled woman assaulted by racist. Do white victims get less attention in the media?
MODESTO, CA - A 69-year-old woman was assaulted while sitting in her motorized wheelchair at a Modesto bus stop on Tuesday.
An ensuing investigation revealed the woman was waiting for a Modesto Area Express Bus when Nicholas Velasquez, 29, of Modesto, punched her in the face then walked away saying "I hate white people", according to Armendariz.
The woman sustained a black eye and her glasses were broken in the assault, said Armendariz.
Officers searched the area and located Velasquez nearby on Scenic Rd. He was arrested without incident and booked into Stanislaus County Jail on one count of elder abuse and another count of committing a hate crime.
No leading story on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN or MSNBC.
No mobilizing of the department of justic.
No civil rights rallies.
No riots by white supremacists.
No racist retaliations by white youths.
Do white victims get less attention in the media?
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