Rick Perry: Black Criminals Must Be Executed Because They Are Black

At a recent rally for Rick Perry, a crowd of all-White, wealthy Republicans roared with approval when told that Rick Perry had executed 234 Texans – soon to be 235, as Perry prepares to execute another Black man.

Prosecution testimony at the trial said that Duane Edmund Buck should be executed simply because he was Black. The defense said that Buck was unlikely to kill again, but the prosecution argued that he was likely to kill again, simply because he was Black. So since he was Black, he needed to be executed.

This is Rick Perry’s typical White man. Rick Perry is just a typical White man. This is what White people are like: nigger criminals must be executed simply because they are niggers.

It also exemplifies the American character. Americans are sadists.

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0 thoughts on “Rick Perry: Black Criminals Must Be Executed Because They Are Black”

  1. To Rob:

    The defense said that Buck was unlikely to kill again, but the prosecution argued that he was likely to kill again, simply because he was Black.

    The psychologist was called by the defense to testify on the behalf of Duane Buck.. however upon cross examination by the prosecutor psychologist stated that race (among other things such as gender) was a factor.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/17/us/experts-testimony-on-race-led-to-stay-of-execution-in-texas.html

    “The psychologist, Walter Quijano, had been called by the defense, and he testified that he did not believe Mr. Buck would be dangerous in the future. But on cross-examination, the prosecutor asked Dr. Quijano more detailed questions about the factors used to determine whether Mr. Buck might be a danger later in life.

    “You have determined that the sex factor, that a male is more violent than a female because that’s just the way it is, and that the race factor, black, increases the future dangerousness for various complicated reasons,” the prosecutor asked Dr. Quijano. “Is that correct?”

    “Yes,” the psychologist replied.

    Interestingly one of the former prosecutors has weighed in for a retrial:
    http://motherjones.com/mojo/2011/09/duane-buck-execution-rick-perry

    “Neither Cornyn nor Perry are commenting on Buck’s impending execution, but last week, Linda Geffin, a former Harris County prosecutor who helped convict Buck, joined the chorus of criminal justice activists and editorial boards calling for Perry to let Buck receive “a fair trial, untainted by considerations of race.”

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