In Quincy, Massachusetts a viral video has both residents furious and law enforcement hunting for the black thugs responsible for violently assaulting a white teen and his family on a popular dock by the ocean where families usually come for rest and relaxation.
In the video you can see the disgusting attackers beating an innocent teen and kicking as well as punching him repeatedly while he's on the ground.
The mob of violent thugs continues to kick and punch the boy as well as his family and friends who try and stop them but they're outnumbered as the savages continue to pummel them all.
The attack was reported first around 5 PM on a dock near Marina Bay and appears to show the group of white teens that are suddenly surrounded by another group of violent black thugs who scream profanities then start assaulting the innocent victims.
The footage was captured on a cell phone which shows the white teens trying to walk away when the savages start physically assaulting them.
At one point in the video one of the white teens was knocked to the ground, and he cowers on the pier trying to protect himself, he is then kicked and punched by another teen repeatedly in the face and head.
Then the group grabs another white victim as he’s walking by and begins violently assaulting that man as well.
The video going extremely viral on social media, including a Facebook group for Quincy residents.
“Disgusting. I think it’s inappropriate and they looked like they did nothing wrong,” Quincy resident Shelby Chiasson said. “I feel bad. There was one kid who stuck up for them and that’s the right thing to do.”
According to both Quincy and Massachusetts State Police, by the time they arrived to the scene the criminals had already fled.
Law enforcement say that they are hoping members of the public who have seen the video or know the attackers will step up and identify the criminals which appear in the video.
Police are also asking the public to call them if they can identify anyone in the video and not post their names on social media since there is a chance it would spark retaliation against them.
You can contact the City of Quincy Police Department at (617) 479-1212 or the Massachusetts State Police on their website at http://www.mass.gov/eopss/agencies/msp/ or via (617) 740-7710 for the South Boston Barracks.