BLACK PEDOPHILE’S SENTENCE OVERTURNED DUE TO “RACIAL PREJUDICE!”

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See the child molester above? This man, James D. Kirk, 46, “was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his 2013 conviction on charges of lewd conduct and sexual battery of a minor child.” However, the sentence has been overruled and made invalid due to “racial prejudice,” reports NBC News:

. . . [I]n a ruling made public this week, the Idaho Court of Appeals overturned Kirk’s conviction, finding that Canyon County Deputy Prosecutor Erica Kallin’s recitation of “Dixie” during closing arguments unconstitutionally tainted his trial by “injecting the risk of racial prejudice into the case.”

. . . In the ruling, which is dated Dec. 19, the court quoted Kallin as having told jurors: “Ladies and gentlemen, when I was a kid we used to like to sing songs a lot. I always think of this one song. Some people know it. It’s the Dixie song. Right? ‘Oh, I wish I was in the land of cotton. Good times not forgotten. Look away. Look away. Look away.’ And isn’t that really what you’ve kind of been asked to do?”

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The simple premise was that the jurors were basically being asked by Kirk’s defense attorney to “look away” from and ignore all the evidence against him. Yet because D.A. Erica Kallin chose to relay this concept via a song that admittedly has ties to racism, her entire case has been completely demolished, and thus a sexual predator with a lengthy criminal history has been allowed to go free and granted a new trial.

Unbelievable, right? Welcome one, welcome all, to the world of political correction run amok!

Story Lead via [Truth Revolt]

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This story is insane…

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