8.31.2007

Update [rev 1]: Jena 6 vs Racist Retards


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I will write an op-ed regarding this update later tonight. This rush to post is an effort to provide my readers with the absolute latest in this story. The following clip was gathered directly from the wire.

Aug. 31, 2007 – The superintendent of the central Louisiana school district – where six Black students were charged with beating a White schoolmate – says a t-shirt in support of the student is just too disruptive.

On Tuesday, nine students sported “Free the Jena 6” t-shirts at Jena High School, a racial hornets’ nest where nooses hung on a tree by White youths triggered the December 2006 fight that landed the Black students in jail. When school officials saw the shirts, they insisted that they had to go because they caused too much of an uproar.

Mychal Bell, another one of the teens, saw his charge reduced to aggravated battery, for which he was convicted; he now faces up to 22 years in prison. The other four teens are still awaiting trial on attempted murder and conspiracy charges.

La. school officials say the "Free Jena 6" t-shirts are too disruptive and must go.

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The school Superintendent also said, "The tee shirts are a threat to the order of the campus."

If it truly were a war on terror they'd arrest the KKK.







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