[Modesto Bee] A Modesto man was arrested and charged with a hate crime after reportedly punching a 69-year-old woman in a wheelchair in the face and saying he hated white people. At 11:20 a.m. Tuesday, Modesto police were called to the 1600 block of Coffee Road for a report of an assault. Officers found the woman in a motorized wheelchair near a bus stop with a black eye and minor lacerations to her face. Her glasses had been broken. The woman told police she had been waiting for a Modesto Area Express bus when she was approached by Nicholas Velasquez, 29, of Modesto. Police said Velasquez then punched her in the face with a closed fist without provocation. Police said he walked away and said, “I hate white people.” The woman requested to continue on her way after being treated at the scene. Police conducted a search and found Velasquez on Scenic Drive near Coffee Road. He was arrested without incident and booked at the Stanislaus County Jail on one count of elder abuse and one count of a hate crime.
Wow. What a pussy. A black eye & lacerations? That’s it? Where’s the KO? Anyway, just like you gotta at least respect the hustle behind Hitler’s misguided takeover attempt, you have to acknowledge Nick Velasquez for being a man of his word. Dude didn’t say he’d prefer not to associate with white people. Didn’t say that sometimes crackers get on his nerves. Nick told everyone he hates white people – and, in true definition of the word, that means everybody. Not just Caucasian dudes in his age/size bracket who can defend themselves. There’s no “fair play” in the hate game. Hating white people means the next one I see is getting hit. If it ends up being some 69 year-old wheelchair broad, you punch her lenses right through her wrinkly eye sockets without hesitation. Leave her sitting in her wheelchair with bloody eyeballs and lenseless frames like she was at an NBA post-game press conference. Amongst the mass spin-doctoring and hypocritical, empty talk that fills today’s news stories, it’s truly refreshing to see that there are still some honest people out there who walk the walk. We can all learn something from Nick Velasquez.