What on earth? ‘Will North Carolina’s Supreme Court Allow Racism to Remain a Persistent Factor in its Death Penalty? |’

This is wild. A heck of a story submitted to reddit in the last day by the user anotherstraydingo titled Will North Carolina’s Supreme Court Allow Racism to Remain a Persistent Factor in its Death Penalty? | is gaining some traction, having got 7 comments already at the time of writing. You can read the initial story (posted by aclu.org) at this link. This was posted at 2019-08-24 05:01:10 and has an ID of cujv1u. Here are some comments people have already left (you may also comment below – we will publish anything reasonable):

  • “It’s NC. Yes.

    /thread“, posted by the user MyPoliticalNightmare at 2019-08-24 05:37:19. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.

  • “Yes. All the isms will persist.“, posted by the user thought_first at 2019-08-24 05:31:06. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.
  • “is this a serious question? because of course they will.“, posted by the user bannana at 2019-08-24 05:17:35. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is subjective.
  • “Is it a GOP-controlled state? Because if so yes.“, posted by the user V-ADay2020 at 2019-08-24 05:12:13. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.
  • “It is cruel and unusual punishment for anyone. It shouldn’t be so difficult to wrap one’s heads around that salient fact.“, posted by the user hwkns at 2019-08-24 05:08:15. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is subjective.

As this is something deeply important, I am researching more into this right now and will post an update as soon as we are finished.

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