Stunning Racist Attack Caught On Video
A video of blatant racism against a Canadian couple in a Walmart parking lot is stunning in its brutality.
The video of the attack was shared on YouTube by Patryk Laszczuk and shows a white attacker getting into his truck after he and another man had a confrontation.
The Indian victim asked the attacker “What kind of example are you setting for your children?” as his wife recorded the incident.
The argument then got out of hand as the white man hit the Indian man’s wife with his truck. “Oops. Get out of the way,” the man said as he grabbed the Indian man’s arm.
“You put your f**king hands on me I will break your leg,” the victim shot back. “I’m a Canadian citizen.”
The racist attacker fired back “Show me. Prove it. You don’t talk like a Canadian,” as he mocked the victim’s Indian accent before he threatened the man and his family.
“I’m racist as f**k. I don’t like you. I don’t like her. I would kill your children first,” the racist said.
Laszczuk told The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that the victim is his coworker. He said that the couple was originally from India but are Canadian citizens who have resided in Canada from seven or eight years.
“I was horrified.” Lasczuk said. “That’s disgusting, whether it’s a fight or not, that’s disgusting.”
After the victim shared the video with Lasczuk the concerned co-worker said that “I called him, saying, ‘I need to share this.’”
The dispute started over a parking space, Lasczuk told The Star. “The other guy was not pleased,” he said. “He just started yelling things like ‘Go back to your country’ and then things progressed, and that’s when he got out of the car. This guy was not really down to talk.”
Now the alleged man in the video has been caught and is being investigated for dangerous driving, failing to remain at the scene of an accident, and threatening death, The Star reported.
He could also face hate crime charges. “As a result of the circumstances surrounding the incident, the investigation is being forwarded to the Hate Crime Unit for review,” police said in a press release.