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09-06-2017, 05:02 PM
A large fight broke out downtown St.Charles on N Main Street at what appears to be a wedding gone wrong. Someone is knocked unconscious, followed by a massive brawl. It is unknown exactly what happened, but according to several sources, the group of black groomsmen were allegedly beating up on a white female who was already rendered unconscious.

According to KMOV, the police have identified 6 suspects. No information has been released about the conditions of the two victims at this time


09-06-2017, 05:12 PM
It looks like Obama's sons are still up to their old tricks.

09-06-2017, 05:17 PM
That's hard to believe, I didn't know those people got married.

09-07-2017, 09:09 AM
My mom's family always had fights at wedding receptions. My grandpa had two brothers who were violent drunks and who hated each other. His younger brother had one kid who was a drunk and violent individual. I guess everyone behaved at my parents' wedding, but my dad's uncles were Canadian loggers and cops, so they had a way of keeping order.

One of my uncles got married when I was in middle school, so I was probably about 12 for this one. They wore maroon velvet tuxes. The reception was at this awesome Italian hall (Roma Hall), that was located in front of the DRC horse racing stadium. My great uncle (the younger) got into a fistfight with his son at that bar. His good son tried to break them up, and got them out in the parking lot, but ended up pissed off at both of them and throwing punches at them both, kind of in self-defense. It took my dad, my mom's older brother, and my grandma's brothers (a cop and a trucker) to break it up.

My brother, cousins and I followed them all into the parking lot to watch, along with all the teenagers in the bride's family.

My mom said every Christmas Eve, they would gather at her paternal grandmother's house for dinner. She said every year, her uncles got into a fistfight. She said at least twice, they fell down the stairs while fighting.

When one of my other uncles got married my senior year of high school, my grandpa's older brother got drunk and asked me to dance at the reception. I told him no, and he asked me why. I told him because he was drunk. He went to my dad and complained. My dad told him to leave me alone. He bugged me again, and my dad got serious. No fight, but close.

These things happen in families that drink too much. It has nothing to do with race.