Mia’s thoughts on the story below- When I was a kid in Australia and we heard about a some animal hurting the elderly the weak or the disabled we had a name for them “MONGREL” A mongrel is what old english call a “cur” a mongrel or a cur is a street dog so rabid so hungry so wild it will hunt the weakest because it has to eat. It preys on the easy and those that can’t defend themselves. We had a way of dealing with mongrels back then, but the law and P.C. today would frown on our solution but it worked. I was followed from a duane read by 6 African American and Hispanic youth and thrown from my chair and kicked because i wouldnt give up my bag and purse a bunch of mongrels for sure. I have been threatened with death because I got on an elevator provided for the disabled that an large African American man and woman thought was for them screw everyone else. This is not an isolated incident this is an epidemic in our society, we have produuced a generation of youth who raised themselves the parenting has been phoned in or in most cases left to a computer or smart phone via earbuds. They want everything but you cant buy it so they take. The problem they face is others like them would beat them down in a second, so we the disabled and otherwise abled become easy target. Well to my wheelie and otherwise abled friends you don’t have to take it, if you are in New York I teach adaptive self defence, and there are groups like mine everywhere and it’s not bs karate kid stuff. What i teach puts the monster back under his rock while we stay safe in our chair. be safe folks.
UPPER DARBY, Pa. – July 30, 2012 — Police have arrested one person and are looking for another after a man in a wheelchair was beaten and robbed inside his home in Upper Darby.
“It’s cruel and inhumane. If they get caught and convicted they should throw them away forever,” said Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood. “They’re bad guys.”
Upper Darby police say it all began around 5:30 a.m. Thursday when the victim, a 37-year-old man suffering from muscular dystrophy, received a telephone call.
That caller turned out to be a cousin who claimed he’d been in an accident and wanted to borrow some oxycodone pills, police said.
The victim agreed to his cousin’s request, police said, but was also suspicious. So, he set up a video camera in his living room at the Lansdowne Towers Apartments at 772 Providence Road.
A short time later he was greeted at the door by two strangers, not his cousin. Those men were later identified by police as 23-year-old Dominic Henderson and 21-year-old Keenan Smith.
“Smith and Henderson look around for a while. We don’t see it on film but they allegedly punch the victim in the face and drag him out of his wheelchair,” Chitwood said.
On video, police say it is Smith who can be seen dragging the victim back into the living room. Police say it is Henderson who pinned the victim on the floor with his foot while Smith walked about with a 50-inch television.
Henderson is then seen leaving with an Xbox 260 and some games. Police say the men also stole 35 oxycodone pills.
Before leaving, police say the men also threw the victim’s cell phone behind the couch.
The victim was able to crawl to his door and lock it. He then crawled to his phone and dialed 911, a process that took more than half an hour.
Henderson, of Upper Darby, was arrested the same day during a traffic stop. He has been charged with robbery, assault, recklessly endangering another person and related offenses, and remains jailed on $50,000 bail.
Smith remains at large. He lives on 67th Street in Southwest Philadelphia.
Police believe the victim was set up by his cousin, but so far have not released that cousin’s identity. That person is under investigation, police said.
The victim is said to be ‘scared’ and in hiding.
Anyone with information is asked call Upper Darby police at 610-734-7684