Racist Jerk Calls 911 on Black Kids, Gets Arrested Himself

Here’s a heartwarming story of racist dumbassery. A man in Ohio saw a fight break out among some black kids in front of his house, so naturally he called 911, went outside with his gun and chased the kids around threatening to kill them while calling them niggers. While still on with 911, which records every call. Genius!

On Monday Gust Mamounis observed two children outside his home begin to fight, while five other children looked on. In a video obtained by police, Mamounis exited his house and cocked his gun.

The children, feeling threatened, dispersed. But Mamounis, a 38-year-old man, followed them, shouting racial slurs. Police can confirm Mamounis did this because he was on the phone with 911 at the time, and the four-minute recording is part of the evidence police used to charged the Struthers man with aggravated menacing, disorderly conduct, and inducing panic.

WKBN obtained a recording of Mamounis’ 911 call, which it says it will not publish because the tape is “filled with so many expletives and racial slurs.”

The news outlet reports Mamounis used the word “n****r” nine times and the word “fuck” 29 times during his phone conservation with the Struthers police.

The tape catches Mamounis yelling at the group — whose only apparent offense is walking in the neighborhood — threatening to harm them, and calling them “n****r.”

Mamounis tells the dispatcher one of the children he’s stalking is a “white trash n****r lover,” and that police needed to “clean up” the area and “send the n*****s back to Youngstown where they belong.” Mamounis says he pays too much in taxes “to live in the ghetto.”

When police arrive at the scene, Mamounis instructs the officers to arrest all of the children. The cops arrested Mamounis instead.

Gee, I can’t imagine why. Unfortunately, he’ll probably get a minor sentence if he gets anything at all. And he’ll probably keep his guns, which is the most frightening thing.

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  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    He’s lucky. Next time he should act smarter. This was clearly a Stand Your Ground case.

  • narciblog

    Honestly, what Modus said is so plausible, it stopped being funny.

  • shouldbeworking

    That moron would have a heart attack if he moved to my neighbourhood. Last Sunday 1 groups of kids were playing ball hockey at one end of my street while another group was playing street cricket at the other end. All those kids out in the fresh air… must be a socialist plot against old sedentary white males.

  • sabrekgb

    Modus’ finely tuned comedic sense notwithstanding; no, narciblog, it’s not plausible.

    This guy done fucked up. Yelling at kids to “get off my lawn” is one thing…brandinshing a weapon and chasing them with it is another. Not ok, and it’s worth noting that if he is found guilty of the menacing charge, his license to carry will be revoked.

  • anthrosciguy

    But he is right about Obama and Putin working for Satan, isn’t he? I mean a thing like that just has to be true.

  • Pen

    Hey that’s interesting! They may not have hate speech laws in the US, but apparently the Ohioans are going to charge him with ‘ethnic intimidation’. O. K.

  • carpenterman

    What kind of sick bastard pulls a gun on children? This guy should be convicted of a felony, if only so he can’t legally own a gun anymore. (Wait, I just realized I don’t know what I’m talking about. Can you legally own a gun if you’re a convicted of a felony? Is it a state-by-state thing? Wow, I really should know that. Anybody?)

    But I stand by my first statement. This guy’s a sick bastard.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Pen “They may not have hate speech laws in the US, but apparently the Ohioans are going to charge him with ‘ethnic intimidation’. O. K.”

    Well, he is Greek.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_R2XG9CnOj8 Olav

    Good that he was arrested. Hope they will take away his gun.

    But I was puzzled by something else:

    The news outlet reports Mamounis used the word “n****r” nine times and the word “fuck” 29 times during his phone conservation with the Struthers police.

    I am as always unsure what American media hope to achieve by censoring quotes this way. Everyone already knows that “n****r” means he said “nigger”, right? So it is not as if this can ever be obscured.

    Then again I do not share American or Anglo-Saxon sensitivities. I am aware that I may be missing something here.

  • Pen

    @9 – Olav – They do it because their society is utterly fucked to an extent which it is very hard to grasp due to a long and traumatic history of bloody awful race relations which aren’t over yet. Their etiquette around this word is absolutely extraordinary (they’ve been trying to explain it to me over on the Pharyngula). Possibly it’s best to just let them do what they think they need to do.

  • sabrekgb

    @7 carpenterman

    Yes, there is a federal law barring felons from possessing firearms. It’s not 100% cut and dried, but it’s pretty much what i think you’re thinking of. There are also state laws that prohibit possession by felons, but these vary. The right to possess can be restored, after a conviction, as well, but this also depends on state laws (which can affect the federal prohibition also).

    Even if he’s not convicted of a felony, his license to concealed carry shall be revoked if he’s convicted of the menacing or inducing panic charges.

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_R2XG9CnOj8 Olav

    Pen, thanks for your reply. I do not question the wisdom of “best to just let them do what they think they need to do” – that does seem to be the right response here. Also I think I am aware of the bloody awful race relations you mention.

    But the thinking behind this particular custom is still completely foreign and bewildering to me. Of course I do understand that it is extremely bad to call someone a nigger – that should go without saying. But if you are quoting someone, it should be obvious that it is not you who is using the word but the person who is being quoted. In this case a bloody awful racist. Everyone knows what word he used, there is no misunderstanding. So why not just print it?

  • Larry

    Let’s perform a little though experiment, shall we?

    Imagine the skin colors were reversed. The kids were white, the man, ummm, lets say he’s black.

    The call is made, the police arrive. Their response: BANG-BANG-BANG! Freeze! The man is shot dead, dead, dead.

    End of the experiment, ripped from next week’s headlines.

  • http://quodlibet-sarah.blogspot.com/ Quodlibet

    carpenterman @7

    What kind of sick bastard pulls a gun on children?

    The cop at that pool party ?

  • gog

    @shouldbeworking #3

    You should see my neighborhood. Two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school all within walking distance. Add in the park two blocks from me and the strip of restaurants and shops around the corner and there are groups of kids all over the place after schools let out. He’d have to live in a concrete bunker to protect himself from all of them.

  • jws1

    Always amused when folks feign misunderstanding why the U.S. doesn’t have hate speech laws. Just read the first amendment, morons, and you’ll understand that freedom requires YOU to be able to withstand speech that you detest. If you can’t do that, you don’t want freedom for anyone but yourself.

  • StevoR

    Classic! ROTFLMAO – or would be if it wasn’t so serious.and could’ve potentially ended so badly, till got me to chuckle anyhow. Cheers!

  • StevoR

    @14. Quodlibet : Or the one that shot Tamir Rice (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Tamir_Rice ) or the one who gunned down Trayvon Martin (okay, not technically a cop) or … Shit. Too many cases but yeah.

  • http://polrant@blogspot.com democommie

    “What kind of sick bastard pulls a gun on children?”

    The same kind that shot Trayvon Martin; hate-filled assholes who aren’t really MEN unless they can haz teh gunz.

  • Kermit Sansoo

    olav: But if you are quoting someone, it should be obvious that it is not you who is using the word but the person who is being quoted. In this case a bloody awful racist.

    .

    I forget where, but some years ago here in the States some parents offended at people being called “nigger” in an homework-assigned book managed to get the book pulled from the list. The people doing the name calling were characters in Mark Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn”. And Twain does not present those fictional folks in a good light, but he still used the language of the time. While his values and attitudes were 21st century, Twain still, for some reason, had 19th century characters use 19th century dialect and vocabulary.

  • rory

    sabrekgb@4,

    Let me go out on a limb here and suggest that if there hadn’t been an audio recording of what happened, and if Mamounis had shot one of the kids, it’s not completely insane to suggest that he could claim to have been standing his ground (assuming Ohio has a SYG law), particularly if it was on his property. Not to say that it would be slam dunk defense; any number of forensic findings could potentially put lie to such a claim and might be hard to fake, but I don’t see what would have stopped him from claiming he felt threatened because he was outnumbered and he had to shoot, had there been no audio recording.

  • sabrekgb

    @21 rory

    Fair point to make. I was going with the facts as stated, but i can see how such a case might be twisted as you outline. I’d point out that, if he was at home, it’s not “Stand your ground”, per se, but the more widely accepted “castle doctrine”, or a variant thereof. That’s a quibble, though.

    I’d say that if he tried to use “Stand your ground” with this fact pattern, even absent the damning audio, he would still very likely be unsuccessful. I don’t, in general, share the distaste a lot of commenters seem to have for the “stand your ground” laws (really, defenses), and don’t have the worry that they will be abused in the way many seem to fear.

    Still, your point is well taken.