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Local teens pummel Caucasian boy after accusing him of giving them drugs

Violent video of local boys beating up a Caucasian goes viral, the origin and date of the video is unknown

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A video of two boys raining blows on a Caucasian boy is going viral online. The video was posted online by Facebook group, Rilek1Corner, last week. It is unclear exactly when or where the incident occurred.

In the short 10-second clip, a Caucasian teenager can seen seated on the ground surrounded by at least two local teenagers. One of the boys asks the defenseless Caucasian boy, “You give us drugs, yes or no?”

The Caucasian boy denies the accusation and says, “No.” Almost immediately, one of the local teens tries to kick the Caucasian’s head but misses when the victim ducks his head. Both teenagers then proceed to pummel the victim as he screams.

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