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Uncle Rutherford 05-11-2020 11:29 PM

A little story of when I was on a jury duty back in the day.
Back in my early early 20s, I was on jury duty and coincidentally I was the only one with dark skin. I take it after questioning they just found me to be educated enough.

The case was about an old negro accused of shooting three little white women with a Winchester rifle from about 50 yards away. See now, he thought he was gonna get off with that old “I’m blind” excuse. But oh boy he had another thing coming. “the jury will now go if and deliberate on sentencing for the case”. It was right after that I yelled “GUILTY!!!! That Nigra is GUILTY!!!!” It was after that the judge hammered his gavel and said “sir, settle down! You have to deliberate!” I responded saying “I don’t need to deliberate! Hang that Nigra now! He’s atheist and GUILTY!”

Well fast forward two hours, I followed due diligence regardless cuz a good American must always follow due process. That Nigra was unanimously found guilty. I wasn’t crazy as all the other fine white folk on the jury agreed with me. I look at this case going on in Georgia involving a shady Nigra named “Ahmaud Arbery”. Now with a Muslim name like that, how could we trust that he wasn’t a violent offender before being shot down by the two possibly fine white folk in Georhia just wanting to protect their property? Put me on that jury and I’ll be sure to view the truth to what REALLY happened that day!!!!

Dennis Lukes 10-30-2021 01:58 PM

Re: A little story of when I was on a jury duty back in the day.
The political trial is still in progress. Clearly, the defendants had "reasonable grounds of probable suspicion" to make a citizens arrest and detainment when they saw a black man running. Proverbs 28:1 "The wicked flee when no man pursueth." The fact that Muhammad Arbery continued jogging clearly constitutes resisting arrest and fleeing law enforcement. It is unfortunate that the boy had to be neutralized with extreme prejudice, but had he complied he would still be alive and sinning today. He made that choice of his own free will (Galatians 5:13) and poor choices have consequences.

I only pray that the jurors make the right choice, like Uncle Rutherford did back in the day in his heartwarming reminiscence, and exonerate these innocent men.

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