6 black teenagers that lynched a white boy, who was hospitalized for over 3 weeks and obtained permanent brain damage due to the lynching.
The issue began over a tree known by most students of mixed cultures as the "Prep Tree", and to a few black kids as the "White Tree". Some black kids sat under the tree and conicidentally the next day there were 3 ropes hanging from the tree. The ropes were a prank against 3 white members of the Rodeo team and had no racial purpose or message.
Due to persistant racial tensions created by special interest groups (KKK, NAACP, La Raza, etc.) a cultural wall of resentment was built.
Following a party crash by some black students with no invitation,even though their friends were at the party, escalated into more than 1 fights ,expelling a few people who were already at the party rightfully. one of the Jena 6 attackers was a crasher . Aother altercation resulting in that same attacker/crasher and a couple other black teenagers scuffling with an older man and stealing his shotgun. 6 black teenagers then beat, and dogg stomped an innocent white teenager unconcious.
The teenagers were tried and since one of them had a prior record and was over 18, he was tried as an adult. The NAACP then, with a multitude of college students and community members not knowing all the details protested this now racial injustice. They spun the story to make it look like the white boy deserved it. The attackers were let go after a conviction, and slap on the wrist.
Intelligent White guy
Jena 6 was just another situation used to perpetuate racial tensions in the U.S. today, when most people have risen above the ignorance and dumb ass idea of racism.
Intelligent Black guy
Yeah, it would be nice if another Jena 6 incident never happened again, but so many people in the spot light and media are still to dumb to understand the idea that there is only one race in othe world. The human race.
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