4.21.2013

Chinese Attacks Army at Wal-Mart

In some ways, I can understand why people are pissed off at Americans in general, and at soldiers in particular. The agenda being carried out around the globe is murderously imperialistic, and even here at home our own government is waging a cold war on it's own people.

Nonetheless, I can't help but think that someone needs to be put on the first boat back to China.




Schenectady man assaults Army captain in Albany. Shocking moment man attacked uniformed U.S. Army captain at Wal-Mart because of his military service. A crazed man attacked a U.S. Army officer at a Wal-Mart store in Albany, New York, after verbally harassing the solider for his military service, video surveillance footage shows.

Albany police released the footage after charging 47-year-old Yiqiang Wu of Schenectady with assault as a hate crime for Thursday's fight at a checkout line.

The Army captain told police that a man behind him in line began to yell derogatory comments at him about the United States and his service to the nation.

'It started with the middle finger and the officer asked if it was for him or something of that nature and it escalated from there,' Officer Steve Smith, of the Albany Police Department, told News10.com.

Police said Wu then struck the captain several times in the face.

'It looks like he displayed a great deal of restraint which is consistent with the armed forces, law enforcement and public service,' Smith said. 'We are held at a higher standard and you have to commend him for being able to have that restraint.'

The Army captain was treated for his injuries at the scene.

The video shows the officer, dressed in camouflage fatigues, confronting the man before being attacked.

Wu is free on bail.

It couldn't be determined if he had a lawyer.




4 comments:

UrbanBaby said...

FIRST BOAT BACK TO CHINA WITH YOU

Mike Emmons said...

author you are a bigot. but i love this quote It looks like he displayed a
great deal of restraint which is consistent with the armed forces, law
enforcement and public service,' Smith said. 'We are held at a higher
standard and you have to commend him for being able to have that
restraint.'

Read more: http://stationsixunderground.blogspot.com/2013/04/chinese-attacks-army-at-wal-mart.html#ixzz2SFoSwZEh also you seem to have broken discus. good job.

Station.6.Underground said...

It's not broken. Comments with links need moderator approval to stop spammers.

Why am I a bigot, because I pointed out that the Chinaman is a Chinaman? As far as his restraint goes, it was pretty impressive actually. Not unexpected though from an Army officer. Police on the other hand, I would have to disagree with you there. Police these days are certainly not known for their restraint, and they are certainly not held to a higher standard, even though they should be. We just did an article on that very topic in fact, if you want to have a look... http://stationsixunderground.blogspot.com/2013/04/firing-with-intent-are-american-cops.html#axzz2SFtgdZCk

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