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May 13, 2010



A blow has been struck against the reverse racism palpable throughout D.C. government. Three cheers!

Shabash Morton

Very odd that Tulin was arrested based solely on the interview of one officer by another. Actually, maybe it is not an odd thing. The officers closed ranks and arrested Tulin on the say so of another officer, who actually caused the accident. The fact that the court did give more weight to the testimony of the officers, versus that of the private citizen, says a lot about how far the judicial system has come, when dealing with cases involving law enforcement.

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