Meet Willie and Alfie Marshall.
Last Saturday, November 24th, the Marshalls stopped into their local pizzeria for a couple slices of pizza.
After receiving their order, that sat down to eat.
Feeling that the pizza was a little lackluster, the Marshalls complained to the employees.
The employees of Paesano II Pizza, in Greenlawn, New York, were not in the mood for complaints.
Especially from any African Americans.
Feeling the innate need to initiate Republican justice…Mob style…The Marshalls said the employees refused to correct the problem or give them refund, and instead and began cursing and screaming racial slurs.
The Marshalls then claim as they turned to leave, the employees, brothers Frank and Michael Meringolo, made a comment and threw salt and peppers shakers at Ms Marshall.
Mr. Marshall also says he was hit in the altercation and that the two men used ‘ugly language.’
‘He used the ‘N’ word. He said [expletive] this is for Obama,’ Willie Marshall said.
What started as a complaint about food, escalated into an all out brawl with blood spilled, and racial slurs hurled along with salt and pepper shakers.
The pizzeria employees were charged with misdemeanor assault.
‘We don’t deserve this, and nobody else deserves this either,’ Marshall said.
‘The allegations as they appear to be, that one of the employees had said “This is for Obama.” You tell me what that means?’ said the Marshalls’ attorney, J. Stewart Moore.
The attorney for the pizzeria’s owner said Marshall threw a jar of Parmesan cheese at his clients, not the other way around as claimed, 1010 WINS’ Gary Baumgarten reported.
The Meringolo brothers also claimed Alfie Marshall was hurt inadvertently when her husband ran and bumped her into the door.
They also claim they used no racial slurs.
‘The allegation by Mr. and Mrs. Marshall that the incident on November 24 was quote a racial attack or an Obama backlash is completely untrue,’ defense attorney Richard Toscani said.
The pizzeria employees claim Willie Marshall initiated the altercation.
Mr Marshall said he was peaceful until he saw his wife was injured, CBS reported.
‘As I was going out the door, there were some chairs standing there, and quite naturally, when I saw the blood I got very angry and I kicked the chairs,’ he said.
The Marshalls said they are considering filing a lawsuit.
According to CBS, their church is planning a peaceful protest march at the pizzeria next week.
At first, the district attorney did not classify the incident as a bias crime, but later Friday afternoon, prosecutors announced they were referring the case back to the Suffolk County Police Department for further investigation.
I know it’s two sides to a story…
But with the latest news, you can’t deny that there have been a rise in hate crimes…
I hate bigots…
Especially the racists…
I mean…How ridiculous is it to hate someone on skin color alone?
How in the HELL does one control their skin color?
Bigots are just insecure people, with feelings of failure, needing someone to blame.
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