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Black high school student, 18, who beat a white Macy's manager in an 'unprovoked attack' after he claimed he said the n-word is arrested after spending two weeks on the run

A black teenager accused of beating a white Macy's employee in an 'unprovoked' attack has been arrested after nearly two weeks on the run.  
Damire Palmer, 18, was taken into custody in Flint, Michigan on Thursday night, 13 days after he was formally charged with one count of felony assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder. 
In a viral video filmed on June 15, Palmer was seen pummeling the Macy's store attendant, alleging that he had called him the n-word. 
Police charged Palmer on June 26, saying there was no evidence to suggest the employee had used the racial slur, and that the vicious attack was unprovoked.
At the time, officials admitted that Palmer had not yet been detained, and they urged him to come forward and hand himself in.  
However, Palmer was a nowhere to be found. According to MLive, police considered him a 'fugitive'  before his arrest on Thursday night. 
Earlier in the day, authorities announced a $1,000 reward for information leading to Palmer's detainment. 
Genssee County Prosecutor David Leyton said Palmer 'tried to escape out the back door of the residence in which he was captured'. 
If convicted, Palmer -who is a high school student -faces up to 10 years in prison. 
He remains in custody, with bond set at $200,000. The next court date is scheduled for July 29. 
The shocking video was filmed at the Macy's store at the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township on June 15and has circulated around social media
The brief clip allegedly shows Damire Palmer punching the employee in the face, with the unsuspecting man immediately asking: 'What are you doing that for?'
The shocking video was filmed at the Macy's store at the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township circulated around social media. Authorities found no evidence that the employee used a racial slur and charged Damire Palmer with assault

'This was an unprovoked attack on a Macy's employee,'  Leyton said in a statement earlier this month.
'This behavior as seen on the video is unacceptable, it is criminal, and it cannot be allowed.' 
The man who filmed the attack, Palmer's 22-year-old brother Damarquay Palmer -also known as rapper FT Quay - has not been charged.  
Damarquay Palmer shared the video on Facebook and claimed that he and a 'bro' went to the mall and asked an employee - who was on the phone - about a shirt size.
He said the employee answered them and returned to his phone call, where he allegedly told someone on the phone 'no one just some n****r,' which resulted in Damire Palmer pouncing on him.
The moment the employee allegedly used the racial slur is not shown in the short clip.
The video continues to show Damire Palmer punching the employee in the face, with the unsuspecting man immediately asking, 'What are you doing that for?'
As the man on the ground extends his arm to keep his attacker away, the assailant punches him again and tells him not to touch him. 
The attack happened in this Macy's in Flint, Michigan, on June 15
The attack happened in this Macy's in Flint, Michigan, on June 15
Macy's said in a statement released late last month that they support their employee and believed the attack was unprovoked.
'We are deeply saddened about the incident that took place on Monday (June 15) at Macy's Genesee Valley as the safety of Macy's customers and colleagues is our top priority,' Andrea Schwartz, senior director of media relations for Macy's, told MLive-The Flint Journal.
'Violence in the workplace of any kind is unacceptable. All the materials from the evening have been reviewed and it is clear that the attack was unprovoked.
'We are working closely with local authorities on this investigation, and will defer any further comments about the case to them per policy.' 
Damarquay Palmer shared the video on Facebook and claimed the attack began after the employee allegedly told someone on the phone 'no one just some n****r' when hey asked him a question
Police are still looking to speak to both brothers but Damarquay, who filmed the video, has not been charged
Damarquay Palmer shared the video on Facebook and claimed the attack began after the employee allegedly told someone on the phone 'no one just some n****r' when hey asked him a question

7 comments:

  1. That poor black boy is just a victim of white privilege. His daddy, who he never met, didn't buy him a belt and he feels like acting like a "thug".

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  2. Agreed , hopefully he will join the rest of those in prison who think they can brutalize persons.

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  3. Another feral negro who's been convinced by the media that white males should be assaulted. The problem this guy has is that none of the people who have brainwashed him are going to come to his defense. He's on his own, facing the consequences of listening and acting upon the hate of the leftists.

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  4. Hope he gets a 300 lb neonazi for a cell mate.

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  5. This is why I say black lives don’t matter. There a vicious violent race. They call each other the N word in the gusto areas all the time. They say yo nigger what’s up.

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