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 Post subject: Rape and Reality in America
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:58 pm 
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Posted By David Duke On 31 October 2010

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 Post subject: Re: Rape and Reality in America
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 3:41 pm 
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I saw this on an American web site that had a great write up and all the details on the rapists but I cant find it now.How can the girls family and friends let these monsters live.Any ways.This was the final out come.(H.S.is the girl)H.S. sued her school district for removing her from the cheerleading squad. In an absurd court ruling, the 5th U.S. Circuit of Appeals decided to uphold the school's decision, claiming that a cheerleader was but a "mouthpiece" for a school to use to "disseminate speech — namely, support for its athletic teams." Her silence apparently "constituted substantial interference with the work of the school because, as a cheerleader, H.S. was at the basketball game for the purpose of cheering, a position she undertook voluntarily." Well, I'm sure H.S. never expected to be "volunteering" to cheer for someone who had assaulted her. And the idea that just being silent during Bolton's free throws, a barely noticeable act, was "substantial interference with the work of the school" — um, we're talking extracurricular sports, not classroom disruption — makes little sense.http://womensrights.change.org/blog/vie ... log-top_fb

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