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Why Jeremiah Wright Matters -- Still

Denmark Vesey Wrote: May 24, 2012 12:14 PM
"Wright calls the criminal justice system racially biased against blacks. So does Obama." Elder continues to pander to cons to gain your acceptance. He knows full well the justice system is flawed. Fact: For every 10 white drug users, there are 4 black users. For every 6 black drug users sent to prison, only 4 white drug users are sent. This disparity also comes to light when wrongly convicted inmates are eventually proven innocent. The overwhelming majority are African American. Dallas County has an African American DA that has led the way in Tx in uncovering many Dallas flawed convictions. Now the question is how many more people of color have been unjustly imprisoned?
CardSenseJimmyBond Wrote: May 24, 2012 1:08 PM
And to follow up what I said on your duplicate post above, Watkins is getting convictions overturned based on DNA and other difficult to oppose forensic evidence. He's not running willy-nilly through the case files alleging discrimination against every black person convicted of a crime, so actually he's shirking his duty to his race.

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