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  1. Harry Boy

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    The guy that threw this savage out is a good man, business owners should do it whereever this bastard goes.

    O.J. ousted from Derby diner
    By Herald wire services
    Thursday, May 10, 2007 - Updated: 01:10 AM EST

    O.J. SIMPSON was turned away from an upscale steakhouse in Louisville the night before the Kentucky Derby because the former football great and acquitted murder defendant makes the eatery’s owner “sick to my stomach.” Jeff Ruby said he told the “If I Did It” scribe and his party of 12 to eat elsewhere because “of what he’s done to those families,” referring to the families of Simpson’s late wife, Nicole, and her friend, Ron Goldman. Simpson was tried and found innocent of their 1994 murders. Ruby said Simpson and his entourage left quietly, adding that it was the “first time since 1994 (Simpson) has shown any class.” However, The Juice’s people claim the snub was racially motivated and are considering a legal complaint.
    http://thetrack.bostonherald.com/starTracks/view.bg?articleid=1000389
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    Good for him, and I haven't seen anyone - not MSNBC, not CNN - suggest racism.
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    The scum that were with the throat slitter are the ones talking Racism, it's taking awhile but the people are getting fed up with that "Racism Sh!t", the ones like Sharpton/OJ/Jessie/Belafonte will ruin it for the ones that run into real racism, these dirty bastards yell "racism" if it rains on them.
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    Maybe you, and some others in here should then. Oh wait, I forgot, you agree with what the guy did so it couldn't be racism, my bad. ;)
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    I think Pujo was saying "even the liberal media isn't calling it racism"
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    Well sure, every criminal claims they're the victim.
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    Many Liberals agree with them :bricks:
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    Sounds like some kind of "stockholm syndrome" thing, OJ has been labeled the victim so many times he believes he actually is one.. good for the restaurant owner.. most would have done the same thing.
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    OJ Simpson was acquitted because the LA police department was corrupt, so the prosecution had a higher standard to meet to convince a jury of his guilt.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rampart_Scandal

    There was no racism involved in his acquittal, and I have no doubt he would have been convicted if it wasn't for the lack of faith people, especially people of color, had in those who investigated the OJ Simpson case.
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    Bingo. Like everyone else, the jury knew he was guilty. But the LAPD blew the investigation and the jury had no choice. When cops become criminals real criminals walk free.
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    :rofl:

    OJ got off because of one simple reason, his lawyers played the race card. Nah, race had nothing to do with it though.
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    Yeah, that race card trumps all. That's why there are no black people in jail. No, wait...
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    So the jury knew he was guilty of murdering two innocent people, but let him go free because they didn't like the police department? I don't know what's worse, that OJ got off, or that you seem to sanction the above possibility by stating that the jury "didn't have a choice". More bottom line I guess.

    Hey, I've heard that if it fits, wear it, so I guess if it doesn't fit, you wear it anyway. Depends on that bottom line. Next, someone will tell me that beating Reginald Deny was ok because the police department was corrupt, and the savages involved had no choice.
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    So you are refuting that they played the race card? AND that race didn't play a HUGE role in his being aquited?
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    In America, the police have to act in a certain, legal manner, or suspects walk free. If the police themselves use questionable tactics, then perfectly guilty people walk free. Don't like it? Try a new constitution.
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    Yup, whatever fits your bottom line. Totally pathetic. EVERYONE, including the jury according to you, knew he was guilty, yet, the jury had no choice but to let him go free. Utterly pathetic. If he's gone free, and has been aquited then, why is he being thrown out of restaurants, and why are you happy that he has been? If he's been aquited, and is not in jail, then he should be treated as an free man just like you and me. By your logic, I hope he sues the restuarant, and takes every last penny the owner has.
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    Race was an issue. It was an issue for the LAPD, and the defense was able to use the LAPD's race problem to plant enough doubt in the jury's mind to acquitt OJ.
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    So you are admitting that the race card was played. Thank you.

    Please Drive Thru.
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    That's just how it is. If the police illegally raid someone's house and find guns, that person's going to walk even though it's a 100% certainty that they're guilty. Same thing here.

    As far as having him kicked out of rataurants, being treated like a normal person, etc. At the very least, he was found responsible in court for the wrongful death of two people. That's a good reason in my book to keep someone out of your establishment.
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    Can the race card ever be appropriate, and would it still be a "card"?

    Let's take the extreme case of the police framing someone because of their race, would it be OK for the defense to play the "race card"?
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    Students at Howard University (Black College) stood on cafeteria tables and CHEERED when the verdict came in.

    WHY DID THEY DO THAT?
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    So you think the police framed OJ? :rofl:


    I think the defense took any, and all mistakes made by the police, and exploited them in conjunction with the race card, in a fashion that was as disengenuous as ever could have been imagined. That OJ was acquitted is a travesty to justice. That you are excusing his acquital as being "no other choice" for the jury is not surprising. I'm imagining that if a white person used race to defend himself in an instance where it had no bearing on his guilt, you'd be just as supportive and gitty. Of course, my being blind to color, and only interested in principle, is because I'm a racist, bigot, homophobe, et al.
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    Cuz the police framed OJ Harry, weren't you paying attention? :D
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    Do you understand what a hypothetical argument is? I even said "let's take the extreme case of..." I didn't say the police framed OJ, I asked a question that you can re-read if you need to.
    First, nobody's blind to color, that expression is a joke. Do you get a slightly different feeling looking at a black person than a white person? Even a little? Because I do. But, I digress...

    My question was that do you ever find the race card to be a legitimate argument? Could there be people so bigoted, that calling them bigoted is appropriate?

    Do you think there are times that a guilty person should go free because of police misconduct?
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    Because the black experience is that many police frame, lie, and cheat. That's what happened in LA, though it doesn't mean OJ was innocent. I think for many blacks, when the glove didn't fit, it was proof to them that OJ was being framed. I don't know why the glove didn't fit. Perhaps OJ planted it himself, which would be very clever, or perhaps, as some have said, OJ's son was the killer.
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    Some People Are So Infected With The "Political Correct Bug" They Can't Even Drop It When It Comes To Murder (decapitation)

    There Are Bad Nasty Murdering Scum In The Minority Community Just As There Are In The "Bad Whitey" Community, But of Course A$s Kissing Do-Goodness Makes That Very Unbeleivable To "The Panderer"
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    My point is that you, and your mentally challenged cohorts in this forum, who'll I'll spare exposure of being (in)tolerant frauds for the moment, only see the issue of color through your own, emotionally driven, illogical, principleless, bottom line kind of eyes. :D

    [​IMG]

    Anyone who feels any other way, is a bigot, racist, homophobe, etc....
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    No doubt I have my own perspective. You have yours, but somehow you think yours is the objective perspective and mine is the subjective one.

    If they're bigots, they're bigots. If they're not, they're not.
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    Oh, it's not a matter of having differing perspectives. That is to be expected, and is perfectly fine. It's the sad, ridiculous, illogical, and mentally challenged mindset of simply accusing those who disagree with you, of being racist, bigoted, homophobic, etc...

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