Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ex-Marines rescue girl from 30 gang members

Liberating New York, one city at a time.

Talk about your "Semper Fi" moment.

"...The former leathernecks, Valentyn Olenyev, 23, and Boris Bukler, 22, Russian émigrés who served tours in Iraq, were walking a female friend to her parked car on West 23rd Street [Coney Island] at 12:30 a.m. when they spotted two men holding the screaming teen by her hands and legs.

"She was yelling, 'Help!' " said Olenyev. "I asked her, 'Do you need help?' She said, 'Yes!"

"It wasn't our intention to get into a fight," said Bukler. "We said, 'Let the girl go, and we'll leave.' We told them, 'Stop.'

"She was screaming, and all we did was look to help her. I got a bottle smashed over my head, and after that, I started fighting."
Can I get an oorah! from all the ladies in the house?

This happened back in August, but I'm just hearing about it now. Mainly because only one newspaper, The New York Post, appears to have thought it worth reporting.

The MSM is happy to print every alleged incident of wrongdoing by our guys -- not that they have many to report -- but the truth about the kind of men produced by our military gets shelved every time.

And how cool is it that these dudes are Russian emigres? (Thanks again, Uncle Ronnie.)

It also didn't help, I'm sure, that the girl and Marines were white, and the slur-yelling gangbangers were black.
"...The two former Marines, meanwhile, insist that the violence had racial overtones, although the assault has not been labeled a bias crime.

Bukler said, "Those in the crowd were yelling, 'Hey, white boys, you're in the 'hood now!' We were yelling back, 'We don't care - we live here!' "

"We don't care - we live here!"

Oo. Rah.

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