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Bush v. Gore
United States Supreme Court on Equal Protection

The worst part of fighting for my Civil and Constitutional Rights is that when you are an African American, the courts, as well as state governments don’t believe in “Equal Rights” being extended to Black people as for White, Anglo-European Catholics and alike. For some reason, the injuries suffered by Michael Cozzolino, a Catholic-European descendant is more valued than the injuries I suffered, being a non-religious African American.
Bush v. Gore
United States Supreme Court on Equal Protection

The worst part of fighting for my Civil and Constitutional Rights is that when you are an African American, the courts, as well as state governments don’t believe in “Equal Rights” being extended to Black people as for White, Anglo-European Catholics and alike. For some reason, the injuries suffered by Michael Cozzolino, a Catholic-European descendant is more valued than the injuries I suffered, being a non-religious African American.

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 Bush v. Gore
United States Supreme Court on Equal Protection
The worst part of fighting for my Civil and Constitutional Rights is that when
you are an African American, the courts, as well as state governments don’t believein “Equal Rights” being extended to Black people as for White, Anglo
-EuropeanCatholics and alike. For some reason, the injuries suffered by Michael Cozzolino, aCatholic-European descendant is more valued than the injuries I suffered, being anon-religious African American.Worst of all is that Caucasian Judges and public officials actually think thatthey are not racist, and bigots. Yet, this matter has been allowed to continue for
years on end, although the short comings of their competency and not obeying “TheLaws” still, don’t register with them as it relates to African Americans. A
s theydelay, and ignore this institutionalized racist attitude, those in positions to correctthe errors, seem to be content with being friends and rub elbows duringsocial-political gatherings, rather than be the honorable people under the law thatthey take oaths of service or office.Respect is earned. Unlike those in public service for the paycheck, equality isa right everyone should be accorded no matter the color of skin or religious orpolitical beliefs. Racists and bigots are cowards and it is impossible to respect that.They mimic the presidential candidate Romney. In that, they will send yourchildren to war and not their own. They only wish to benefit from heroic acts, notcommit to ever being heroic themselves.
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