Monday, March 22, 2010

Ban Him from Wal*Mart, Don't Prosecute Him

If the kid who made the stupid declaration in Wal*Mart gets prosecuted, it is a grave injustice.

Don't get me wrong. What he did is despicablke, and Wal*Mart is within its rights to ban him from its property.

But if he wasn't using a non-public phone, I don't see him having done anything illegal.

Wal*Mart has every right to say "go away and don't come back,"* but to get thelaw involved in this way is stupid.

That is all.

*But if the situation were reversed, does anyone think that they would be allowed to ban a black kid for saying things like this against white people?

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