“N.C. Family Shot at by Peaceful, Inclusive, Tolerant Blacks”
A family from Gaston County, North Carolina, was badly frightened, police say, when they were fired at several times as they drove down the street–all because they had a Confederate flag flying from the back of their vehicle.
On Monday, a father of two who, for obvious reasons, wished to remain anonymous told his shocking story on Charlotte’s ABC affiliate, WSOC TV, insisting that his truck was targeted last Saturday by a group of black men upset over the Confederate flag he was flying from the back of the vehicle.
The ABC reporter said that up to six shots were fired at the truck, with two hitting the vehicle and another going through the window of a nearby home where a young African American woman lives.