Black Females assault White Female in Road-rage Baseball Bat attack
A White Female suffered a disproportionate extreme violent attack in response to allegedly cutting off two Black Females whilst driving on Route 441 in Florida on the 22nd March 2018, 7pm.
Barboza told the Miami Herald she was driving on the federal highway on her way to a meeting when she cut off one of the women seen in the videos. The woman started shouting at her, and she said another driver yelled, ‘You cut off my sister. That’s disrespectful.’
The two sisters in different cars attempted to lock Barboza in, so she pulled over into a Shopping Center car park, in fear for her safety, where the extremely angry and aggressive African American women followed her confronting her in the car park.
Mikaela Barboza, 26, had the presence of mind to video what was unfolding on her cellphone, as she was first shouted at then beaten with baseball bats by both women, leaving her with a broken nose and potentially fatal injuries to the front and back of her head.
Fortunately good Samaritans intervened and took the bats off the attackers before they killed Barboza as she feared they would.
Sibling attackers Julie Sam, 27 and Samantha Denis, 22 were prosecuted for the attack at South Lakes Shopping Center, Lauderdale Lakes, Fort Lauderdale. And were charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon leading to jail sentences.
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