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The Fox affiliate in Boston has published the text of the email Boston police officer Justin Barrett sent in which he referred to Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., as a "banana-eating jungle monkey."
It now appears Barrett's email was a letter to the editor of the Boston Globe, complaining of the Globe's coverage of the Gates arrest on July 16.
"If I was the officer [Gates] verbally assaulted like a banana-eating jungle monkey, I would have sprayed him in the face with OC [pepper spray] deserving of his belligerent non-compliance."
Originally posted by whaaa
LEO's have the same rights to freedom of speech as any citizen.
Just how nuts are the communists and black supremacist maniacs Comrade Obama has run with all his life? This video of his pal Henry "Skip" Gates offers another clue:
Henry Gates Rant In 1996 On "Racist White Institutions"
What a surprise: He loves race quotas, and hates the South so much he doesn't even like to fly over North Carolina. Skip sure sticks it to that Uncle Tom Clarence Thomas! Dropping the N-bomb really establishes his authenticity, doesn't it?
AP reported that "Barrett was trained in racial profiling prevention and had shown no signs of racial discrimination in the past."
Originally posted by CSquared288
reply to post by thefreepatriot
I think that's something inconsequential to say to a person of colored skin. Why does it matter? Explain that to me. I don't care what the man says, I care what he does.