Quote Of The Day
From Stogie of Saber Point, in reference to the the DOJ's independent review of the Johannes Mehserle verdict:
"Had the races been reversed, there would have been no federal retrial. Think of O.J. Simpson, an obvious double-murderer with mountains of seemingly irrefutable evidence of his guilt. A mostly black jury let him off. It was clearly a case of jury nullification, i.e., delivering a verdict that was contrary to the evidence. This was done because the black jurors did not see the case as the people vs. an accused murderer; they saw it as a case of white people vs. a black man. To the jurors, skin color pre-empted any consideration of justice or evidence. No Justice Department ever considered retrying O.J. He was the wrong color, as were his victims."
Read Stogie's entire post HERE.