Vicious criminals protected here
There is a report in both the Pioneer Press and Prairie Pravda on an unprovoked vicious attack on an innocent storekeeper in Vadnais Heights. Read the differences in the descriptions of these two cowards:
Prairie Pravda-The attackers were two men described as about 5-foot-8 and in their late teens to mid-20s. They both wore dark clothing and dark baseball caps. One of them had close-cropped hair on the sides with a small ponytail in back. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the sheriff's office at 651-484-3366.
Pioneer Press-The attackers were described as Hispanic males, each about 5-feet-8 and in their late teens to mid-20s. The man with the knife was wearing a dark blue or long-sleeved hooded sweatshirt. During the melee, Al-Bosaad managed to pull out the hood's drawstring.
The other suspect was described as having the sides of his head close-shaved, and he had a short "rattail" in the back. He was wearing a dark blue or black short-sleeved T-shirt, as well as a baseball cap with what might be the logo of the NHL's Los Angeles Kings.
The sheriff asked that anyone with possible information about the suspects call the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department at 651-484-3366.Which paper has helped keep the community and innocent citizens safe by helping to apprehend these vicious criminals? Remember this was an unprovoked attack. These two walked in and with no warning leapt and attacked. They will do it again. They have probably already been involved in previous deadly assaults.
And, that it appears Prairie Pravda has an agenda favoring criminals (as it's coverage of the "spontaneous demonstrations for 'immigrants rights'") is there a link? Also remember, Prairie Pravda refused to give a full description of of the shooters in the Uptown murder of Mr. Zebuhr.
And as a final twist of irony, Prairie Pravda reports: "We want to catch them soon," Fletcher said. "The next time they do this, the likelihood of the victim surviving the attack is slim." and then provides the above less than full description.
Sins of omission are just as egregious and as vile as sins of commission.