Black Man Helps White Woman, Black Mob ‘Retaliates’

Customer Mary Fuller was so scared by the unruly teens flashing gang signs and raising a “ruckus” in the parking lot of the BP gas station in Memphis, Tennessee, that she expressed her fears to a complete stranger, who offered to walk the elderly white woman outside to her car. “I said, ‘I don’t know if I ought to walk out of here or not, because they’re still fighting,’” Fuller told WMC-TV. “He said, ‘It’s not a problem. I’ll take care of this.’” The man she confided in was Orrden Williams, who had gone to the gas station to use the ATM. “I put my arms around her, told her it would be OK, and walked her out of the store,” Williams, who is black, told the TV station.

Seconds after Williams ushered Fuller safely into her car, one of the students sucker-punched him in the back of the head. Others then joined in, kicking and punching him as he fled to his minivan, where his fiancee, toddler son and 4-month-old baby were waiting. Police reported he suffered bruises on his upper body, but his baby was unharmed. His vehicle, however, was damaged in the attack.

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