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Loren Drzal, I can see that, but it is insufficient information. I do not watch ACLU FB page all day long. Is this a follow up to a previous post? We are all outraged. Honestly, only “we, the ones who care” see ACLU’s posts. I am not going to argue on the If you mess with me you better run for your life because my Papa is coming after you and Nana’s coming with him shirt. But when I read this, I thought they started going after any person, not just the people who may be immigrants. I live in Oklahoma, there was just a raid in Stillwater where parents were taken away. I have all the right to question a vague post, in the colored backgrounds, like a status update. We do not need reminders. We are following. Aysegul Gedizmen, it is a follow-up to what has been occurring. The number keeps going up. Just because you are following does not mean everyone else is. Reminders are what keep people focussed. Coffeebean Corporation involved in all day and night stalkings for over 17 years to end my life working with the LAPD – KevinPerelmanTarget com
I don’t have a lot of sympathy for this guy because of what he was originally convicted of. However, it’s long overdue to abolish the death penalty nationwide because discrimination has always played a part in sentencing. Jaime Strickland Happens every time. There’s such a burden to arguing for basic humanity when probably over half the If you mess with me you better run for your life because my Papa is coming after you and Nana’s coming with him shirt thinks we should be torturing and murdering people just because they were convicted of certain things. It’s truly gross how many people will openly indulge in torture fantasies against prisoners or even people accused of certain things. Can someone point me to something that isn’t behind a paywall? I’m a poor African American who is transitioning and can’t afford to pay for news. Yes, because black people being less likely to be wealthy has nothing at all to do with racism, right? Black neighborhoods definitely aren’t policed more heavily than white neighborhoods.
Gaye Green from a Dallas News article about the judge: Amanda Tackett, a former D Magazine writer and friend of Bill Cunningham’s who worked on Vic Cunningham’s 2006 campaign for district attorney, said she heard the former judge repeatedly use the N-word to insult black people behind their backs. She said he described criminal cases involving black people as “T.N.D.s,” short for “Typical [N-word] Deals.” He also called his brother’s husband, who is black, “boy”. He’s still in office because judges are elected there, and that’s apparently the kind of bigoted asshole that represents the local electorate. Richard Pancoast “Justice is only served when it applies to lowest of humankind in the same way as it does to the wealthy and powerful.” I’m trying to figure out what Dylan Lawrence found so funny about your post. Apparently, justice is s joke to him. Richard Pancoast right. Given your view on justice and how it should be applied equally, regardless of one’s economic status means you must be a “dirty liberal”. I’m guessing he’s a conservative and they’re required to be against anything with even the slightest trace of what might be construed as a liberal pov… no matter how rational it is on the issue in question. People like him are why I’m pretty confident that this country will eventually devolve into another civil war.