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Man Beaten in Beale Street Fight Watches Bloody Video, Asks ‘Why No One Helped?’

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The man seen beaten and unconscious in a pool of his own blood on Beale Street has spoken out in a new video interview.

Jonathan Parker spoke with WREG Memphis about what happened to him on Beale Street that night.

As reported on MemphisRap.com, Parker, who wasn't identified at the time, was allegedly involved in a fight that led to him being knocked unconscious while people stood around filming him and even going in his pockets on Beale Street.

The video of Jonathan Parker goes on for almost 5 minutes before police arrive, and according to sources, he is believed to have laid their for at least 20 to 30 minutes.

Parker is disgusted about the fact that no one helped him as he was laying in his own blood in the middle of Beale Street.

He wants to know why no one helped.



Parker claims someone smashed a beer bottle over his head at a time when his friends were nowhere close.

Though he admits he may have drunk too much, Parker says that people acted like he was some "kind of animal or something" while he was unconscious.

Parker heard that people were stomping on him and even spitting on him as someone stole his watch, wallet and phone and even the shirt off his back as a crowd of people stood by.

Waking up in the hospital, Parker was left with cuts, bruises over his body and a fractured skull from the injuries of his ordeal.

Watch the video of Jonathan Parker speaking about his unfortunate happening on Beale Street.

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Memphis: Woman Allegedly Shoots Two Men For Flirting With Her Girlfriend

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Memphis Police are reportedly working on a case where a woman allegedly shot two men in a jealous rage for flirting with her girlfriend.

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O.G. ‘Machine Gun Kelly’ Once Shut Down the Whole Floor of The Memphis, TN Jailhouse

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When you hear the name Machine Gun Kelly today, you may think of the rapper Machine Gun Kelly of Bad Boy/Interscope, known for his song "Wild Boy" featuring Waka Flocka Flame which made him an instant national sensation. What you may or may not have heard is the story of the original gangster (O.G.) "Machine Gun Kelly," who was raised in Memphis and was known, at one time, as 'the most dangerous man in America.'



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Memphis LGBT Community Wary: Gather Together After Orlando Shooting

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Following the Orlando shooting massacre at Pulse, a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that ended in 50 people being killed, members of the LGBT community in Memphis and surrounding areas came together to hold a vigil mourning the loss of lives and more.



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