Wahlberg, then a 15-year-old, and his friends received a civil rights injunction in a 1986 incident that involved throwing rocks at Black children while yelling “kill the n*****s,”Newshub reported.
The actor was involved in a separate racial attack that same year when he and his friends followed another group of Black children on a field trip to the beach. Wahlberg and his companions again threw rocks at the children and yelled racial slurs, The Guardian reported.
Mark Wahlberg hurled rocks at black children while screaming “Kill the n*****s!” He beat a Vietnamese man unconscious and was charged for attempted murder. He’s committed at least 5 hate crimes. He only apologized while seeking a pardon 26 years later. https://t.co/H8q6HZ9nEq
Two years after the attacks, Wahlberg again assaulted other minorities. The actor attacked two Vietnamese men and called one of them a “Vietnam f**king shit.” He only served 45 days for punching one of the men and knocking out the other man with a piece of wood.
Wahlberg originally faced an attempted murder charge but it was downgraded.
The actor reportedly apologized to his victims 26 years later when he was trying to seek a pardon for his crimes. Wahlberg later dropped his requests and expressed regret in making them.
you got a whole wikipedia page just about your hate crimes mark
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