Liberals Give Pedophile “Get Out Of Jail Free” Card


January 2, 2015 11:09am PST

The liberal witch hunt against racism in America is continuing to corrupt judicial systems and warping the very definition of JUSTICE in our citizens’ minds. Case in point, the War on Racism has resulted in an overturned conviction for pedophile 45-year-old James D. Kirk because the prosecutor recited the opening to the Confederate anthem “Dixie” in her closing arguments.

And yes, Mr. Kirk happens to be black and his victims are 17-year-old and 13-year-old white girls. But since the court overturned the conviction, Kirk is now seen as a victim of the prosecutor’s and jury’s racist opinions, and the little girls he scarred get nothing but the possibly dangerous chance of encountering Mr.Kirk again in an unsavory way.

Young Cons reports:

The Idaho Court of Appeals has thrown out a black man’s sex crime convictions, saying the prosecutor interjected race in closing arguments by quoting lyrics from the Confederate anthem ‘Dixie’.

All three judges agreed that Canyon County Deputy Prosecutor Erica Kallin erred in citing a song praising what the judges called ‘pernicious racism’ that might have influenced the jury.

Keep in mind, these judges are not even claiming she was behaving in a racist manner. But to these judges it seems that appearances are more important than incarcerating dangerous people. Kirk was convicted of lewd conduct against the 17-year old and sexually battering the 13-year-old girl. He was  sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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But for fear of horribly soulless race baiters catching whiff and sparking another string of riots, this court has denied the innocent victims of their justice, and – quite truthfully – not upheld the constitutional obligation to defend the people it serves.

Kallin began quoting ‘Dixie’ lyrics as a response to the defense’s closing arguments that focused on the perceived weaknesses in the state’s case, including the failure to gather physical evidence to help prove the girls’ testimony.

I always think of this one song. Some people know it. It’s the Dixie song. Right? ‘Oh I wish I was in the land of cotton. Good times not forgotten. Look away. Look away. Look away,” Kallin said during the state’s closing arguments.

‘And isn’t that really what you’ve kind of been asked to do? Look away from the two eyewitnesses. Look away from the two victims. Look away from the nurse and her medical opinion. Look away. Look away. Look away.’


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