Despite extensive media coverage in New York, no major media outlet has printed a description of the two monsters. They would rather leave the public at risk than tell them that the perpetrators were black.
This story was reported in all the major NYC papers, plus all the local Queens papers. Police released details on the suspects along with a hotline number.
The staff of CofCC.org had to look through 10 NYC articles before we found one that admitted the suspects were black males! Only a small neighborhood paper printed this (click here.) This newspaper was the first paper to post the story online, meaning that all the other papers had the same information when they posted their stories.
The New York Times, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, NBC New York, FOX New York, Queens Courier, CBS Radio New York, and others censored the race of the perpetrators. In many cases “police said two black males” was simply changed to “police said two males.”
Back in 2007, CofCC.org reported that the LA Times publicly admitted on their website that they censor information about the race of minority crime perpetrators.
From LA Times (June 6th, 2007)…
Racial information was once routinely included in news stories about crimes, but in recent decades, newspapers and other media outlets stopped mentioning suspects’ or victims’ race or ethnicity because of public criticism. Newspapers came to embrace the idea that such information is irrelevant to the reporting of crimes, and may unfairly stigmatize racial groups.
Between 1976-2005, blacks made up 13% of the US population, but committed 59% of felony murders. Overall, blacks are 9 times more likely to commit murder than whites. - Source: US DOJNews Source National Policy Institute