Thursday, December 29, 2011

WOMAN PUNCHES ELDERLY WALMART CASHIER IN THE FACE

If there's one thing that grinds my gears more than the angry Black guy routine, it's the angry Black chick routine. It's depicted in those reality shows and made to be the behavioral standard nowadays. It's really played out, and if it doesn't stop, what little respect that society has for us will be no more.

Jacquetta Simmons is a perfect example of what I mean. She and who is assumed to be her boyfriend were at a Batavia, NY. Walmart doing some last-minute Christmas Eve shopping. When they were ready to check out, they ended up at the register where 70-year-old Grace Suozzi was. Suozzi noticed that the man who was with Jacquetta had a Walmart bag with items in it, so she asked to see a receipt. That's when Jacquetta went off. She cussed Suozzi out while screaming that she didn't have to show her a f-ing thing. I can see her doing the whole, "oh, because I'm Black I'm stealing" bit along with it.

Suozzi called a manager who told them that everything would be okay if they had a receipt. Suozzi then walked around and grabbed the bag from the man. Jacquetta furiously snatched the bag back from Suozzi. When Suozzi grabbed the bag back from Jacquetta, the bag tore - and so did her fist right into Suozzi's face, breaking her glasses and fracturing her jaw.

Then they ran.

Other shoppers chased the couple to a van in the parking lot, and one of the shoppers blocked them in with his car. Jacquetta got out and they followed her around the parking lot until police came. The man who was with her was overheard on the phone saying, "mama, she's flipping out. She just punched someone".

Even when the cops came, she was still acting like a wild animal. When police checked the bag in question, the receipt was there. She wasn't charged with theft, but she was charged with causing serious injury to a person over 65 years of age or older, and two counts of second-degree assault. She was taken to jail and held in lieu of $20,000 cash.

She was released after someone bailed her out. Can you say "indentured servant"?