In a horrifying and purposeful attack that appears to have been brushed under the rug by mainstream media, retired police chief Andreas Probst was targeted and killed in a deliberate hit-and-run that unfolded on the streets of Las Vegas. On August 14, while enjoying a bicycle ride, the 64-year-old veteran was targeted and killed, struck violently from behind by a 17-year-old black teenager who was behind the wheel.
Black Teens Live-Stream Horrific Hit-and-Run of Retired Police Chief
The question resonating in the minds of many is why this savage act of violence is not dominating the headlines of local and national media outlets. Could it be that the narrative of this tragic event doesn’t fit the conventional narratives of the “evil white police officer” frequently spotlighted in the press? Is it inconvenient for them to mention the fact that black teens hunted down a human being because they though killing someone would be funny?
Anger is simmering among those who feel the incident is receiving inadequate coverage, feeling as though the media is going out of its way to conceal the hateful motivations behind the killing.
According to reports and video evidence, these black teenagers allegedly set out with a malicious agenda — to hunt and kill, driven by a grotesque perception of entertainment, seemingly influenced by the violent video game GTA5. They stole a vehicle, engaging in a reckless escapade of ramming vehicles with the intent to kill that left a series of damages in its wake before ending in Probst’s brutal, untimely death, a man who had devoted 35 years of his life to law enforcement.
The video stream confirms its of the same location where Probst was killed, on North Tenaya Way, near West Centennial Parkway.
The incident reached a horrific conclusion when they live-streamed their act of cruelty. As his daughter Taylor received a distressing notification from her father’s Apple watch, signaling a fall, and made her way to the scene, which was just three miles away from their residence. The terrifying sight that met her was one that would haunt her forever — Andreas lay there in critical condition, his life hanging by a thread.
Despite being rushed to the University Medical Center, Andreas Probst could not hold on any longer. He succumbed to his injuries, leaving behind a legacy of service, dedication, and the unspeakable agony of a family robbed in the most senseless and violent manner.
The suspect, whose identity remains shielded due to his “minor status,” has been detained at a juvenile detention center as the Probst family and the community at large reel from this traumatic event.
BUT WHERE IS THE MEDIA, and why are they covering this as just another hit and run?
The anger directed at the media is palpable, with many accusing them of willful negligence, or selectively choosing narratives that suit their agenda, and overlooking a crime of this magnitude because they refuse to make black teenagers look bad.
The Las Vegas Review Journal called it a “Bike Crash”, conveniently leaving out of their headlines that is was a targeted murder, committed by black teenagers who thought it would be fun!
Where is our Sheriff? Why is this not being talked about?
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department have refused to release the name of the 17-year old driver, and are refusing to tell the public if charges against the passenger who filmed the purposeful killing, while encouraging the driver to it, have been filed!
Where is the outrage from our so-called political leaders? Where is the Governor, Where is the Clark County Commission, Where is our WOKE Sheriff telling these criminals that Las Vegas will no longer allow this behavior?
Unfortunately, as our city is dying around us, our WOKE Sheriff Kevin McMahill makes excuses for violent thugs, telling local reporters “They have no job. They have no opportunity. They have no really home life, oftentimes and so we have to continue our effort there and try to make a difference.” A month earlier the same sheriff praised the criminal George Floyd and told his officers not to use mean language to describe troubled neighborhoods.