Last week, The Blaze reported on an incident in which groups of black teenagers reportedly attacked white patrons on the opening night of the Wisconsin State Fair.
The next day, Gov. Scott Walker called in the State Patrol to ensure crowd safety for the remainder of the fair. Now, The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department has released audio of the 911 calls what were made during the attacks. FOX6Now.com has more:
These tapes display the graphic details of attacks, some of which were racially motivated. We also spoke with someone who could put that part of the story in perspective.
Most callers tell dispatchers they see a racially motivated melee. One caller told dispatchers, "A whole bunch of black dudes f----- jumped on me. I'm bleeding all over."
You can watch a news report from WITI-TV, below, to hear some of the startling 911 tapes:
Caller: "We're outside State Fair and there's a white guy getting beaten up by about 100 black people,"
Caller: "84th Street right by the Pettit Center."
Callers: "It's like a fricking riot out there. They're jumping on our cars and everything." "There's 300 black people." "There's, like, a riot." "You better get some cops down here by State Fair Park." "There's about 200 kids out here beating guys up."
Police have released a statement highlighting what took place during the first night of the fair. There are currently nine assaults, one robbery without a weapon and one attempted robbery with a weapon on the docket for investigation. Currently, the suspects are being described as African Americans and the victims are reportedly Hispanic and Caucasian.