Jury didn't.The jury had 11 white people and one black person.
The judge showed clear favouritism.
The case was racial as the killer went to a blacks lives matter protest looking for trouble.
He has posed for a photo using a white supremacy sign with the proud boys.
His facebook page is all blue lives matter.
Besides all that he murdered two people, anyone can see that.
Dropped in here for a look. Not sure if I’m a RWNJ but his support or otherwise for BLM has no bearing on whether or not self defence was an arguable defence in his trial. It was.
No one is saying it does. He didn't even verbalise support for BLM until after the trial was finished.so is he a white supremacist proud boy or a blm supporter?
or maybe, and here's a crazy thought: ideological leanings have no bearing on the right to self defence.
Perhaps. But still though I am greatly disturbed by the rise of extremist Right Wing fanatics and their behaviour (but to be clear, I am not talking about any poster here either)This mentality is why political discourse is f’ed. Too many want to put the "other" into a neat basket labelled "bad" and ignore them. That's how you get President Trump.
I'm just having a laugh ¯\_(ツ)_/¯So you all support him now?
What is there to argue anymore? The trial is over.
All this thread is now is just people trying hard to insert race into it, like they do everything, because they didn't like the outcome.
No, and its not relevant to the trial. Just like the histories of Rosenbaum & co. weren't relevant - but they were still mentioned quite regularly in this thread, weren't they?As most people are after a few drinks… again no one has found any links to him having any involvement or thought towards that group…
lol, it's not my head thats exploding. Possibly some heads on the CPAC organising committeeIf a photo when he went to a bar with his lawyer or mum is the best you can do then an admission he supports BLM would really make your head explode…
I agree with your final point, and it applies to extremists of any flavour or part of the political spectrum.Perhaps. But still though I am greatly disturbed by the rise of extremist Right Wing fanatics and their behaviour (but to be clear, I am not talking about any poster here either)
This had been happening for several years even before Trump, and now in the US for example, we have seen a massive rise in hate crimes/assaults against Asian Americans in the JS because of the Coronvirus in the last 2 years (which to be fair, may not all be committed by Right Wingers)
Nothing wrong with being conservative or right wing minded, it's just the behaviour of the extremists in recent years that really bothers and frightens me.
The degree to which you're willing to allow society to move away from democracy via the condensation of power through traditional avenues, whether by financial means or governmental.What’s the difference between conservative, RW, and RWNJ?