Deadly ‘Knockout Game’ Spread by New Jersey … – YouTube

A terrifying new ‘Knockout Game’ has caused deaths in Syracuse, St. Louis and New Jersey is sweeping the nation (they say). Innocent people walking the streets are targeted by groups of teens who aim to knock someone out in a single punch.

Obviously this knockout game has cropped up every couple of years. Could social media really be spurring it to new heights? Let me know what you think in the comments!

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