Cop-Killing Gangster Rapper Cool C Granted 2nd Stay Of Execution, Liberals Celebrate!

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A Philadelphia gangster rapper who shot and killed a female police officer back in 1996 has been granted a second stay of execution, reports Phillymag:

On December 3, 2014, attorneys for rapper Cool C (aka Christopher Roney) filed an emergency motion for a stay of execution. On December 5, 2014, it was granted by Philadelphia District Court judge L. Felipe Restrepo.

His first stay of execution was granted back in 2006.

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So what exactly did rapper Cool C do? According to NBC Philadelphia, on the morning of January 2, 1996, he and two other rappers tried robbing a Philadelphia bank. When Officer Lauretha Vaird, a 43-year-old both of two, entered the premises, Cool C fired at her, thus killing her.

He continues to maintain his innocence, though the ballistic evidence, forensic evidence and eyewitness testimony all point straight to him.

What’s amazing is how liberals are responding to Cool C’s stay of execution. Vibe contributor Darryl Robertson reported that “fortunately, the 44-year-old rapper has been granted a stay of execution.”

Meanwhile, NBC Philadelphia reader Tiffany Hopkins posted the following comment:
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It is as if the matter of victim Lauretha Vaird, who was black by the way, doesn’t even matter. Then there’s the following comment left on Billboard:
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