15 September 2007

Blog Your Blessings : Justice

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Every now and then, justice does prevail!*

'Jena 6' conviction vacated -- chicagotribune.com
Louisiana's 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, acting on an emergency defense appeal, reversed the aggravated second-degree battery conviction of Mychal Bell, 17, ruling that the youth had been tried improperly as an adult in a case that has raised allegations of unequal justice in the small, mostly white town.
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* If you do not know the story, you may read the story above or view this prior post on Advertising for Success: Racism Rears Ugly Head in Jena, LA


5 comments:

Sandy Carlson said...

Cool post. Blind(folded) and impartial are not the same things! Sometimes justice seems to cover her eyes to avoid what she doesn't want to face. Great it is when we see it for what it is!

Happy blog your blessings Sunday!

hotdogman said...

God Bless the Constitution.

I guess dumb crackers aren't extinct after all.

Blue Panther said...

Yes, every now and then justice does prevail. Though sometimes it takes too long to do so, this time it didn't!

Have a happy week!

CyberCelt said...

@sandy-I believe the eyes of the nation may have accomplished what justice was needed.

@hotdogman-No even close, unfortunately.

@neo-Its not over yet, but I hope the publicity will help justice prevail.

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

It is always a blessing when justice is served properly and without bias.

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