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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
I’m not sure in what world the fact of a persons skin colour is evidence of them being racially profiled. Perhaps he just didn’t recognize her. Only an admittance or guilt is evidence of such a charge.
originally posted by: Gothmog
And now , for the rest of the story....
originally posted by: Southern Guardian
a reply to: Gothmog
And I made a statement
You said there's more to the story, despite all the facts being presented at hand. It's an assumption on your part that the entire incident hadn't been looked into and this assumption of yours is based on doubt that this man was completely in the wrong.
Again, come back to us when you find the 'rest of the story'. Don't cower behind what you clearly said, stand by it.
An isolated incident does define a person...especially when there’s flimsy to zero evidence he targeted her because of her skin color.
I don’t know what’s in the man’s heart and neither do you.
His employer would not have fired a black employee for the same reason, he was fired for being white.
There was nothing in the video to suggest he was motivated by racism.
originally posted by: rollanotherone
Next time I get carded for buying alcohol I'll post the incident on Facebook video ad hopefully have the high school student working behind the counter fired and kicked out of their school.