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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Bay Area police say five adolescent simian sheboons, ages 14, 15 and 16, have been arrested as suspects in at least 20 strong-arm and attempted robberies.

 

Oakland officials said Wednesday that the primates are suspected of seeking out women walking alone.

 

The victims ranged in age from 29 to 68. One woman was punched in the face and some fell to the pavement while struggling to hold on to their property. None required hospitalization.

 

The East Bay Times reports that...

 

all five admitted their involvement in the robberies, saying they wanted money.

 

All are Oakland residents and two are cousins.

 

Police say the robberies and attempted robberies began last Friday, and 10 of the alleged crimes occurred Monday, mostly near BART stations.

 

The suspects could face charges including robbery, possession of stolen property, and lack of proper licensing of wild animals.

 

 

 

The Democrat National Socialist Vote-Plantation n!gger.

"the Most Violent Motherfuckers on the Planet"

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Nobody advocates violence from either side that I know of.

 

 

I could show the raping of a black kids by a bunch of white teammates with a coat hanger again.

 

No one is interested in your perverted home movies, zaro.

 

Keep that shit at your Commune Housing Project.

 

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