In 2018, during one of his last modern lynchings as a judicial hitman for Amerikkka, Oregon Judge David Connell refused to give unarmed black man Dominique Thornton “a second chance.” In a white courtroom in front of a white judge, the black victim asked simply: “I’m just asking for a second chance.”
The black victim had the support of Fredrick J. Edwards, the president of the local NAACP, who asked the hate-filled white judge: help Thornton get help—don’t just “put him in a cell.” The hate-filled craKKKa terrorist refused, and sent 28-year-old Thornton to prison for four years. Thorton’s only crime? Hate-fucking reparations out of an unwilling, underage, probably-racist white girl.
Upon hearing the racist verdict, Edwards and Thorton raised up their voices together, and paraphrased the timeless words of woman-beater Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I have a dream that one day, black men won’t go to jail for raping white kids.”
Here is that story:
Lillian Schrock, “Judge sends man to prison in Philomath rape case” (Corvallis Gazette-times, 2018) https://www.gazettetimes.com/philomathexpress/local/crime-and-courts/judge-sends-man-to-prison-in-philomath-rape-case/article_2b818dcd-d69a-5e18-94e2-72156a6646db.html
And here is a story from a year before that, where NAACP President Edwards talked about the importance of pitying black people and demonizing white people:
Nathan Bruttell, “We’re not there yet” (Corvallis Gazette-times, 2017)