Brutal torture of a man has special needs issued live on Facebook when he was tied up and gagged in Chicago.
In the video, several people in an apartment see, laugh and eat, during the attack on Tuesday. The victim, who brutally assaulted, hijacked, WBBM news station reported.
At least four alleged victims of kidnappers arrested Wednesday after the tape began spreading on social media, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The images show the attacker cut with a knife until the scalp bleeds and lose their clothes. He also repeatedly slapped and ashes were thrown at him.
“F-k —- D-T , n-a, f-k white people!” One of the suspects can be heard telling the man in the video, which is livestreaming for about 30 minutes.
“I have to knock your a-f-out right now,” he said. “Get up, boy!”
“My sister says it’s not funny, all of you,” said the girl behind the camera, which can be seen smoking a cigar and laughing when the violence began.
“S-t, funny to me,” one of the suspects said. “Say Donald Trump is not funny.”
Commenting on the injured man, a man can be heard saying, “s-t you leak.”
Another said to the man, “Kiss the ground, b-h” and “No one can help you again.”
Members of the group can also be heard by repeatedly saying the word “gang”, referring to their credibility in the streets.
Later in the video, someone asked the man said, “I love black people.”
No indictment has yet been filed against the suspects and the police are still questioning them, according to the report.
A local community activist in Chicago, Andrew Holmes, chose to label the incident a “hate crime,” he said, according to the basic parameters of the law.
“In many ways this is a hate crime because of what they told you,” he said to Trump, “Holmes told Sun Times. “When you make someone say ‘I like black people,’ which is a hate crime along the way. ”
Holmes said that eventually hopes that the video will not trigger the reaction.
“Let the chips fall where they can, and let the justice system work,” he said.
The officer said the victim was believed to be a resident who lives on the outskirts of the northwest city of Crystal Lake.
According to police, the man, who has special needs, was reported missing. He would have gone to visit a friend and end up in a stolen vehicle, which took him to Chicago apartment where the attack occurred.
It is not clear, however, how long it had been held or when it was taken.
“It’s a shame,” Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
The man then told the detective about the incident, but it is unclear what he tells them. Police said he found him walking the streets of Western wear shorts, and that he looked confused.
The identity of the victim and the suspect has not been issued. The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment, but was released.
This is not the first time a white man has been attacked by a group of black people who are seeming disappointed by the election results.
Just a day after winning Trump, the resulting video of a 50-year-old man was brutally attacked in the west in the North Lawndale neighborhood as the public shouted to vote for the real estate tycoon.