Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Outrage D'Jour

Snafu reports on a case of judicial blind eye. Funny thing is that I recall something about...ah yes, here it is: 'The definition of a 'racist incident' now adopted by all forces is 'any incident which is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person'.

Like, hello ? Yes, Mr Guardian Reader, how hilarious it is of you to point out that the victim hasn't actually said anything about it being a racial attack. Let me state that last bit again 'any other person'. In this case you could change that to 'just about any person you randomly stopped in the street' and this would still qualify as a racist killing, but suddenly Liberals have gone the other way. Now, it appears, anything short of the killers writing a book called 'We Killed A Guy Because He Was White' means Liberals will take that as an excuse to claim their motivation is some dark secret. Meanwhile, the rest of us can chalk up another great day for 'it depends....' law enforcement.

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