Boston Couple Viciously Assaults City Worker Because They Don’t ‘Take Sh*t From N*ggers’
A Boston couple is facing assault and hate crime charges for attacking a city worker while yelling racial epithets.
The Boston Globe reports that a 29-year-old Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority worker was escorting a drunk passenger at the Orange Line station when 45-year-old Robert G. Snyder sucker-punched him.
Snyder reportedly put the MBTA worker in a headlock while 28-year-old Shayla Witts attacked him and ripped out his hair.
First responders found a 30-foot long trail of blood and pulled out hair. The victim was taken to Tufts Medical Center where he was treated for the bleeding and multiple bruises on his face.
Snyder admitted to police that he “punched him a few times” and smiled as he confessed.
According to the police report, Witts said that “some black girl with attitude” got in a confrontation with the two at the station.
“She stated Snyder struck the employee in retaliation,” the report says. Witts told police that “her man” had “done 17 years in prison, and doesn’t take sh*t from n*ggers. She also stated she, ‘isn’t down with the n*ggers.’”
Both are charged with aggravated assault and battery on an MBTA employee and criminal civil rights violations.