You've probably seen this report on Facebook. If not, prepare to lose your last meal. A group in Chicago kidnapped and tortured a man with special needs live on Facebook. The video is in the link below. I can't post it here. K
The New York Post Report:
The brutal torture of a special-needs man was livestreamed on Facebook as he was bound and gagged in Chicago.
In the video, several people in an apartment look on, laughing and eating, during the Tuesday attack. The victim, who was viciously beaten, had been kidnapped, news station WBBM reported.
At least four of the victim’s alleged captors were taken into custody Wednesday after the footage began making the rounds on social media, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The footage shows the attackers cutting the victim’s hair with a knife until his scalp bled and slashing his clothes. He was also repeatedly slapped and cigarette ashes were thrown at him.
“F–k Donald Trump, n—a, f–k white people!” one of the suspects can be heard telling the man in the video, which was livestreaming for roughly 30 minutes.
“I should knock your a– the f–k out right now,” he says. “Stand up, boy!”
“My sister said this is not funny, y’all,” says the girl behind the camera, who can be seen puffing on a cigar and laughing as the mayhem unfolds.
“S–t, it’s funny to me,” one of the suspects replies. “Tell Donald Trump it’s not funny.”
Commenting on the man’s wounds, one person can be heard saying, “Your s–t is leaking.”
Another tells the man, “Kiss the floor, b—h!” and “Nobody can help you anymore.”
The members of the group can also be heard repeatedly saying the word “gang,” in reference to their street cred.
Later in the video, someone urges the man to say, “I love black people.”
No charges have been filed yet against the suspects and police are still questioning them, according to reports. Read more if you can here.