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Goudlock's War - by Sean Swain


Jason Goudlock got tricked.

He was Black, 18, and in legal trouble. So, he did what most criminal defendants do, he took a deal. The court sentenced him to six-to-twenty-five years plus nine years for gun specifications.

He's still locked up after twenty years and there's no end in sight.

Clarence Thomas "Outraged" by Treatment of His Nephew, But Condones the Same for Thousands of Others - by James Ridgeway

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was reportedly "completely shocked and outraged" when he learned that his nephew, who suffers from epilepsy and was reportedly suicidal, was beaten and tased with a stun gun at a Louisiana hospital—apparently, for nothing more than some unruly behavior.

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