There aren’t adequate words to describe how disgusting this is. A group of black teens kidnapped and tortured a white Trump supporter in Chicago and according to the police, the victim had “mental health challenges.” The thugs actually streamed video of their heinous actions on Facebook LIVE.
In the horrific video, the thugs yelled “F*** Donald Trump” and “F*** white people” as they brutally tortured the victim. Conservative Outfitters reported:
Chicago police have arrested four individuals involved with the kidnapping and torture of a man on Facebook LIVE. Police were able to make arrests after video the suspects streamed online went viral.
The mentally challenged man was forced to say ‘F**k Donald Trump and ‘F**K white people’. Police have not determined if the suspects will be charged with a hate crime. If you have something to add please leave a comment below.
— WGN TV News (@WGNNews) January 5, 2017
Regarding the disturbing video that surfaced on social media of a battery: Incident is under investigation/suspects are being questioned pic.twitter.com/GGi3qs9rGv
— Chicago Police (@Chicago_Police) January 4, 2017
Chicago police are questioning four people regarding an apparent case of torture that was streamed live using Facebook Live.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said the video, which police believe to be credible, shows a “brutal act toward an adult male with mental health challenges.”
Police say officers observed a disoriented male in “distress” walking in the 3400 block of W Lexington yesterday around 5:30 p.m. The officers determined the male was reported missing from a Chicago suburb.
After speaking to the victim, the officers then responded to a home nearby. There, they discovered “signs of a struggle and damage to property.” Police say the officers connected this evidence to the disoriented male.
The victim, who is not a Chicago resident, was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition.
“Officers later became aware of a social media video depicting a battery of an adult male which is believed to be the same individual,” a statement from the police read.
According to police, of the four people being questioned, three of them are from Chicago, one is from Carpentersville, and all four of them go to the same school as the victim. As of Wednesday evening, the individuals undergoing questioning had not been formally charged.