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In 1990, Curtis Osborne, a small-time coc aine dealer and addict, killed two people in a dispute over $400. His crime revulsed the town of Griffin, Georgia, one measure of which was the bigoted remark a local inmate reported hearing at the jail: "That little 'n-word' deserves the chair."
As repulsive as the remark was on its own, far more disturbing was the fact that the person alleged to have uttered it was Osborne's own court-appointed lawyer.
Originally posted by ironman433
where i come from they are referred to as PUBLIC PRETENDERS not public defenders. not once have i ever heard a good story about any of them . have you?????
[edit on 3-6-2008 by ironman433]