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(Editor's note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.) Videos linked or embedded may contain foul language and violence.
A Dayton, Ohio, mother of three who was nine months pregnant is now dead after she was shot in the abdomen during an episode of black mob violence.
Her child survived and is reported to be in critical condition.
The incident began late Wednesday afternoon when Dayton police broke up a large fight involving a mob of black women. Soon after, the crowd formed again. And once again fighting broke out, this time involving as many as 100 people.
Gunfire was exchanged.
It is not known whether gunshot victim, Dalyne Foster, was an active participant in the violence – or whether she was just an observer. Either way, she died at the hospital. Her brother told WHIO-TV news the child was due any day.
The Dayton incident is just the latest in a recent series of episodes of black mob violence around the country. Some on video. Some involving guns. Some involving bats and bricks and even a fork and large kitchen knives.
Almost all unreported as racial violence in the local media.
In Columbia, Mo., three people were shot over the weekend, and the action was caught on tape. The video show a crowd of 30 black people crossing the street and beginning to surround a silver car. Shots rang out. People ran. Police are not saying much more than that because they want to protect the victims from retaliation.
On the streets of Cambridge, Mass., 250 black people at a high-school graduation party over the weekend fought with bats, and one man brandished a gun.
According to Wicked Local Cambridge: "He was looking to shoot somebody," the doorman reportedly told police. "He did not say anything to anyone. He was just standing there with the gun at his side."
Earlier in June, a police officer in Upper Darby, Pa., was hospitalized with bites and bruises after trying to break up an episode of black mob violence. The "riot" happened after a funeral when a local woman was arrested and placed in the back of a squad car.
More than 100 black people stormed the car and released the woman. They then attacked the police officer who tried to stop them.
According to the Delaware County Times: "During the struggle, (a policeman) was knocked down, scratched and bitten numerous times. Someone in the crowd took the officer's night stick out of his belt while someone else punched him so hard his contact lenses were knocked underneath his eyelids."
One man was arrested for inciting a riot after "egging on the crowd" to get the cops, said the paper. Police issued an all-county call for assistance from other departments. Three of the rioters were arrested.
That same weekend about 100 miles to the south in Salisbury, Md., "eight black males who are about 20 years old are wanted in an assault of two people,"reported the local Gannett paper at DelmarvaNow.com. The eight allegedly smashed car windows and stole a cell phone.
That is at least the second such incident in Salisbury in two months.
"This seems to be a regular occurrence, especially in Salisbury ... I could add more but it would only get censored," said one of the online reader comments for a story about the earlier episode.
Sixty miles away in Dover, Del., in the beginning of June, nearly 100,000 NASCAR fans enjoyed the FedEx 400 without a hitch. Early the next morning, after the race, 150 black people were kicked out of the adjoining casino for fighting. One person was reported stabbed, but police could not find him.
The fight continued in the parking lot soon after, and it took police 30 minutes to get the mob violence under control. One person was hit with a crowbar. Police had to use a taser to subdue another. Four people were arrested, including two for felony riot and one for being a felon in possession of a gun.
It was at least the second large-scale episode of black mob violence in the last two years there. According to the local police:
"Dover Downs Security Cameras captured a large fight in the parking lot on video. The video, which was taken on Sept. 18, 2011, depicted a large group of black male subjects gathered in the lot at approximately 0326 AM. Two subjects begin fighting at which time a suspect, later identified as Phillip Francis, BM 29, removes a rifle from a vehicle and conceals same under a jacket. Subsequent investigation by detectives confirmed def Francis' identity and the weapon was determined to be an AK47 Type assault rifle."
In Chattanooga, Tenn., in June, black mob violence is a long standing tradition at the Riverbend music festival, say dozens of people on Twitter. One black person from the area, @ShuntiFBaby said, because "'the black going just to fight, THERE WILL BE NO RIVERBEND NEXT YEAR."
The latest example of Riverbend violence on video shows a mob of black people surrounding, punching and kicking a white man. No one was arrested.
In Peoria, Ill., in June, police responding to a "large" group of black people fighting found one man who had been stabbed in the eye with a fork. According to the Peoria Journal-Star, the victim would not give police any details of the assault.
In Milwaukee, four people were arrested following a large fight at "Juneteenth" party in memory of the end of slavery. That is down from more than 50 arrests last year, and the large scale violence and mayhem of the years before that. Much of it on video.
That is what the local media said at first: Four arrests. Then it was changed to several. And now one local station in Milwaukee is reporting 56 arrests but "police would not go into further detail about the incidents” that happened at "Wednesday's Juneteenth celebrations at the Martin Luther King Center."
In Columbus, Ohio, at a similar event last week, four people were arrested for fighting and another arrested in connection with a shooting near the event. Authorities canceled the Juneteenth celebration.
In the Chicago suburb of Maywood, 300 black students fought and rampaged through surrounding neighborhoods, some of it on video. Police arrested 10 students, including one for trying to stab someone with two large knives. The riot took place on their last day of school in May.
One week before that, dozens of black people were fighting on the lakefront in South Chicago. Police broke it up and they started fighting again a few blocks away. Three black people were arrested.
One beach-goer, Tamara Sahara, told the local CBS affiliate: "I just wish they'd figure it out. That way, I don't have to feel fearful, I don't have to feel scared, I don't have to wake up and wonder can I take my two boys to the beach and have a good time? That shouldn't be my biggest fear living in the city, a world-class city like Chicago."
In Baltimore on the same day, dozens of black people fought and destroyed property in the embattled downtown area. State police were called in to assist, as was the police helicopter. Three people were arrested.
The Baltimore Sun grudgingly reported: "Large fights between teenagers in the heart of the city's business district have drawn negative attention and various redeployment strategies in the past."
All the dozens of examples of mob violence in the upscale area involved black people.
State legislator Pat McDonough last year called for the governor to issue a "no travel" advisory for the area because he said black youths were terrorizing the Inner Harbor. The mayor of Baltimore and governor of Maryland did not deny McDonough's claims that the violence was race related. But they were quite unhappy that he brought it up.
In Minneapolis over the Memorial Day weekend, seven black people identified as Somali immigrants or their children attacked at least two runners on a local jogging trail. Nothing was stolen. The attackers fled before they could be apprehended.
This is far from the first example of black mob violence from this group of people. In 2009, several Somalis made a video of their attacks on local residents, bikers and joggers.
The list of recent episodes of black mob violence goes on, with some cities reporting several recent examples. Places like Utica, N.Y.; Cleveland Heights, Ohio.; Sheffield, Ala.; Greenwood, S.C.; Ocean City, Md. And elsewhere, including several Detroit area carnivals.
The black mob violence is part of an epidemic documented in "White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it."