A GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the developmentally challenged victim of the brutal attack broadcast on Facebook Live, on January 5, has raised almost $140,000 in three days.
As ABC reports, the GoFundMe campaign called "Let's show the Chicago victim love" had a goal of $10,000. As of today the account has reached almost $140,000.
Four black suspects (the 'Facebook-Four') are facing charges of battery, kidnapping and hate crimes in connection with the attack on the 18-year-old victim. The suspects — two men and two women — are black and the victim is white.
Authorities say the victim was tied up for several hours. Video footage shows the assailants taunting him with profanities against white people and President-elect Donald Trump.
A GoFundMe spokesman confirmed the victim's family is working with the company on the campaign.
The family, through a spokesman, has declined to comment on the attack, but gave a quick update of thanks on the GoFundMe page…
"We are so extremely grateful for the support and generosity from everyone. We cannot put into words how touching and encouraging it is to Austin and our family to see what great hearts so many people have.
The family is still working with legal and financial advisors regarding the best structure to benefit Austin without negatively impacting his long-term aid from the state, and we have really appreciated all of the feedback and advice many of you have selflessly shared on this topic.
Thanks again for all the generosity, supportive messages and thoughts and prayers… it has been a heartwarming reminder that there is still a great deal of good out there."
Of course, the politically-correct media remains sidelined on its discussion of this horrific race crime because exposing or admitting the possibility that White Teen Lives Matter too would not play well with the narrative.
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