Big Black Lies

13 08 2019

Long Beach, California

The eponymous movie about Brian Banks will soon debut, if it hasn’t already.

Prediction: It will greatly downplay if not totally ignore Wanetta Gibson’s role in the injustice, because she’s a black woman. Instead, they’ll almost play it off to be entirely the fault of white people. Those that don’t already know better will walk away from this movie almost thinking that the liar was a white woman, or if not, that it was all the fault of white police, white prosecutors, white judges, white jurors, or what not.

What makes me predict this is that the IMDB for Brian Banks doesn’t even list a character playing Wanetta Gibson. And as you can see, the official poster uses “broken system.” If the “system” is “broken,” it’s only because vindictive feminists wanted it that way, in order to railroad men. But in this case, it’s absolutely wrong to pawn it off on a “broken system” in the abstract, when we know that an actual corporeal person, a lying wench, is totally to blame.

Real life postscript: When the whole lie was finally uncovered, the Long Beach Unified School District tried to sue to get back the $1.5 million judgment that Wanetta Gibson had won based on the lie. But by that time, she and her mother had already blown through every last dime of that money, and both were back on welfare.


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13 08 2019
David In TN

Today in Knoxvile, Tennessee, Eric Boyd was found guilty for his part in the 2007 Christian-Newsom torture-murders. Your biggest fan called it the Knoxville Horror.

13 08 2019
countenance

Did the prosecutors pursue the death penalty?

13 08 2019
David In TN

The Death Penalty wasn’t on the table, for tactical reasons, It would have been harder to convict on the available evidence, more delays, etc.

The sentence is Life with Possibility of Parole after 51 years. Here (https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/crime/2019/08/13/eric-boyd-guilty-2007-chris-newsom-murder-knoxville-/1989035001/) is a news story.

In 2007, the local U.S. Attorney wanted to try the entire case in federal court as a carjack-murder, but the local DA’s office insisted it was theirs to try in state court.

The horrific murders of two attractive, likable young adults caused huge outrage in Knoxville.

Both the DA and U.S. Attorney were, sort of, competing for a big publicity trial. Finally, the Knox County DA got the murder case against four defendants. The DA was hesitant to try Eric Boyd due to lack of DNA evidence against him. And he was afraid to lose one.

The local U.S. attorney then tried Boyd for aiding the “ringleader,” Davidson, after the fact. Interesting thing is the feds actually made a murder case against Boyd in 2008, though officially it was aiding and abetting.

This year, a new Knox County DA brought state murder charges against Boyd, who was convicted today. The new Knox County DA is a well-coiffed lady lawyer named Charme Allen.

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