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White Woman Attacks Black Man In Spain: “I Can Kill You, Nothing Will Happen”

White Woman Attacks Black Man In Spain: “I Can Kill You, Nothing Will Happen”

White Woman Attacks Black Man In Spain: “I Can Kill You, Nothing Will Happen”

Source: Facebook

A hate crime happened between a white woman who attacked a black actor, Marius Makon, by breaking a beer bottle over his head.

Madrid, Spain was the sight of a hate crime involving a white woman who attacked a black actor, Marius Makon, also known as Elton Prince, by breaking a beer bottle over his head at a cafe.

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Makon claimed that he had approached a coffee establishment’s counter when a 33-year-old El Salvadoran woman said, “I don’t want black people in this place or in front of me.” The black actor replied by saying, “No miss, I will only be here for a moment and then I’m leaving. I don’t have any interest in staying near you for long.”

“I don’t care you black piece of sh*t, get out of here,” she allegedly barked back.

He insisted that she calm down and allow the man to be a patron. “Black piece of sh*t, I’m white. I can kill you and nothing will happen,” the woman is said to have screamed before breaking a beer bottle over Makon’s head.

The caption translated says, “A racist attack in a bar in Madrid almost leaves me without an eye. Racism will never defeat love, love and love. Now I am in my house and I look through these images [of my injuries] I do not feel any hate towards the woman,” Makon said via Facebook. “I want to say that I am not angry with her and I don’t know why. I am sad that she feels such hate, that she lives with hate. It saddens me that she does not enjoy life, that she doesn’t leave a small space in her heart to love.”

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The truth according to him is that even despite saying that she’s “white” and that “nothing would happen to her,” Makon said that nothing has indeed happened to her. “After being identified she has gone home, while I have gone to mine with seven stitches. Now the problem is in the hands of the law. The law will decide on the sentence.” The Spanish Immigration and Refugee Support Network is requesting an “immediate” sentence for the woman who they believe “was looking to provoke the victim and cause a reaction.”

“We will not stop until these types of backward, intolerable and feudal-era assaults are stopped,” the organization posted on its Facebook page.

SOURCE: Blavity



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