If there ever was a shadow of a doubt that there now is a double standard in society, it is slowly evaporating. To be committed to “Social Justice,” many have perpetrated injustice to those they deem guilty of prejudice.
There is no other explanation for the ruling that a Canadian judge made in the case of an assault.
Judge Harry Van Harten ruled that an indigenous woman named
Tamara Crowchief from Calgary, Canada, who yelled, “I hate white people,” before punching a white woman in the face, did not commit a racially motivated hate crime.
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“The offender said, ‘I hate white people’ and threw a punch,” Judge Van Harten wrote in his written ruling in the case.
“There is no evidence either way about what the offender meant or whether she holds or promotes an ideology which would explain why this assault was aimed at this victim,” he said, according to the Calgary Harald.
No evidence either way? Even though the Crowchief had never met or spoken with her victim, and proclaimed her hatred for “White People.” This clearly is the judge turning a blind eye to the string of evidence leading to a motive.
The victim, Lydia White, was allegedly approached by Crownchief, who without warning yelled, “I hate white people,” and punched her in the face, knocking out her tooth.
Crowchief reportedly told arresting officers that “the white man was out to get her.”
The danger is that this will encourage other crimes against whites. With less punishment for attacks on whites in Canada, this may soon become a rising trend.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com
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