Thursday, June 2, 2016

On the Fact that (According to a Study by the Abell Foundation) the Probability of Convicting an Offender of the Most Heinous Offenses in Baltimore City Is 2%

  The harsh fact is that black juries rarely convict black defendants (Bronx Juries they're sometimes referred to as) and when you combine that with witness intimidation (AKA stitches for snitches) and a reluctance to report black crimes (black women being raped by black men is a common example - per Melissa Harris-Perry), it's really hard to say that black criminals have a rougher go of it in America's criminal justice system (not that the facts ever dissuade people like Hillary, Sharpton, etc., mind you).

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