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Footage Shows White Teen Attacked by Black Teens After Alleged Use of Racial Slur in Greenwich’s Byram Park

by Talia M.
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A white female student from Greenwich High School was viciously attacked by at least two black teens at Byram Park in Greenwich, Connecticut, after reportedly saying the N-word. The Connecticut Centinal has obtained more videos that clarify the terrible event and raise crucial questions about the events preceding the attack.

According to the new recordings, several people in the group had been drinking and were inebriated at the time of the confrontation. The victim is shown extremely unhappy before the attack, which erupted during disagreements over misinformation being propagated.

Furthermore, the tape shows the names of numerous culprits as well as a screenshot of a social media post condemning the violence, highlighting the gravity of the issue. One especially horrifying scene in the video shows a kid photographing the victim shortly after she was viciously battered and struggling to stand.

Greenwich Police have all of this evidence and are actively investigating the event. Around 8:25 p.m. on April 9, at least two black teens assaulted a white female Greenwich High School student.

The Connecticut Centinal analyzed a video in which the victim is repeatedly punched, tossed to the ground, and dragged, as others videotape and encourage the abuse. When the victim uttered a racial slur, the situation became even more violent and chaotic inside the group.

Following the assault, the victim was left unconscious on the ground, and several people praised and justified the crime based on the victim’s language.

Captain John Slusarz of the Greenwich Police stated that officers arrived to Byram Park after receiving reports of a big group gathering after hours. The man was later taken to the hospital and treated for his injuries.

The investigation into the event is still underway, with officers from the Community Impact Section attempting to identify those involved. Witnesses and others with information can contact Detective John King at 203-622-8052.


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2 comments

Amber April 10, 2024 - 6:56 PM

Who cares

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Veronica April 10, 2024 - 6:15 PM

They whooped her ass

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