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Topic - Conrad Alvin Barrett
A white Houston-area man accused of sucker punching an elderly black man has pleaded not guilty to a federal hate crime charge.
A white Houston-area man accused of sucker punching an elderly black man has been indicted on a federal hate crime charge.
The Obama administration filed a federal hate-crimes charge Thursday against a man whom authorities accused of using the “knockout game” to target a black man, videotaping it, and then bragging about the assault to strangers.
“Barrett laughs, says ‘knockout,’ and then flees,” the FBI affidavit says.