A New Jersey man was left in critical condition in an attack that was described to police as another "knockout game" incident.
The victim in a New York “knockout” attack went “On The Record” tonight to discuss the ordeal.
Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. updated us this morning on a case out of Minnesota in which a college student died after an attack that resembled the so-called Knockout Game. The family of Colton Gleason was outraged a few weeks ago when their son's killer was sentenced to just 10 years in prison for second-degree murder.
A 74-year-old Texas man is the latest victim of the “knockout game.”
A white “knockout” suspect has been charged with a hate crime after he allegedly attacked an elderly black man.
Four new suspected “knockout game” attacks are now under investigation.
The “knockout game” attacks are being reported across the nation from New York City to San Diego.
New York state legislator James Tedisco is drafting a new bill to up the penalty for crimes related to the terrifying and deadly new “Knockout Game” trend. A 25-year sentence is being proposed for teens ages 14 and up who play the game, film it, or standby and watch.
Three more cases of "knockout game" attacks have been reported in and around Philadelphia, including a heinous assault on an elderly man. As Bill O'Reilly highlighted earlier in the week, there appears to be a racial element to the attacks, which may explain why the mainstream media has shied away from the story.
A recent wave of attacks being labeled the “knockout game” is terrorizing the streets. Young people attempt to knock out a random victim with one brutal punch, and in several cases, even killing them.
In what is being called the "Knockout Game," gangs of teens try to knock out innocent passersby with a vicious sucker punch. These types of attacks have already caused seven deaths, and have been reported in 14 states.
There’s a disgusting new trend among young people called the “knockout game.”