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Chicago continues to make headline news in some of the most disheartening stories. Me, personally, I would rather give you positive images of the culture to uplift and encourage a positive aura in order for us to conquer and move from being an endangered race. Sadly, in this instance, I have to do my job and report just that the news. Yesterday it was reported that two high school football coaches are being accused of driving a group of teens to another student’s house so they could beat him over a disagreement about flip-flops.
Fenger High School gained notoriety in 2009 after student, Derrion Albert, was beaten to death in a streetfight in an incident that was caught on video.
NBC Chicago reports:
Police said Tuesday morning the incident was a simple battery between two 16-year-olds near the teen’s home at 118th and Wentworth.
But Darion Jones’ family told reporters he was badly beaten Saturday afternoon by a group of teens driven to the home by two Fenger High School coaches.
He said the attack has left him afraid and not wanting to go to school