Maine: Somali Gang Shot People in Park with Pellet Guns, then Beat a Father to Death

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Lewiston, Maine: Somalians have been terrorizing people at a park, and recently shot pellets and BBs from a car at a group gathered there.  Several people pursued the gang and a fight broke out in the street.  A 38-year old father of two, Donald Giusti, was badly beaten during the brawl and later died. The teens were reportedly wielding sticks, bats and bricks. Police are investigating whether any racist words were exchanged during the beatings.

Back in May a mob of Somali youths beat park goers with sticks and fists in Kennedy Park in Lewiston, Maine.

The mob of at least 20 youths laughed as they beat two men in the park.
At least one man required medical attention.

Now this…
This past week a Somali mob drove past Lewiston park and shot pellets and BBs at a group gathered there.
Several people pursued the car from the park.

A fight broke out on the street and one father of two was killed.

Police are investigating to make sure no racist words were exchanged during the beatings.

The Press Herald reported:

The 38-year-old man who was badly beaten during a brawl this week in Lewiston’s Kennedy Park has died, state police said.

Donald Giusti of Lewiston died Friday afternoon at Central Maine Medical Center, where he had been hospitalized since late Tuesday night when the fight erupted.

Friends of Giusti, a father of two, described him as a former brawler who had been trying to turn his life around…

Two groups clashed Tuesday on Knox Street after teenagers in a car reportedly drove past the park and shot pellets and BBs at a group gathered there, according to Sun Journal sources who said they witnessed the events.

Several people pursued the car from the park to Knox Street, where a melee broke out, the teens reportedly wielding sticks, bats and bricks, sources said.

Police are investigating to determine whether there were racial elements to the fight, an assertion made by many in the aftermath of the brawl.

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