If you are reading this website, you have probably heard of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, Alton Sterling, and Philando Castile. You can probably sum up in two minutes why their names have made national headlines. Chances are you have never heard of this monster though>:
“A judge Friday sentenced former Vanderbilt University football player Cory Batey to 15 years in prison, but said the man’s true punishment for raping an unconscious woman three years ago was a life sentence.
“It is one of the saddest cases that I have ever encountered,” Criminal Court Judge Monte Watkins said. “And I’ve been in the legal business for 32 years.” …
“But sexual assault was not where the attack ended,” she said. Her sobs intensified as the described what else the men did to her.
“Mr. Batey continued to abuse and degrade me, urinating on my face while uttering horrific racial hate speech that suggested I deserved what he was doing to me because of the color of my skin. He didn’t even know who I was.”
In prior court hearings, prosecutors have acknowledged a racial statement was made but it was never said publicly in court.
On Friday, multiple sources confirmed to The Tennessean the statement Batey made. “That’s for 400 years of slavery you b—-,” Batey said, according to the sources. …”
This monster was also found guilty of orchestrating the gang rape of his own White girlfriend by his black teammates. Remember that when SEC football kicks off in a few weeks. These coaches are trawling the ghettos to bring these “star athletes” to your college campus. They are even giving them the Heisman Trophy.
One more thing.
Far from suffering from “institutional racism,” these college football coaches will do just about anything to recruit these black athletes. They will give their families money. They will give them “second chances” after they commit heinous crimes. They will help them out with their grades to keep them on the team. There are boosters who even go so far as to adopt kids from Africa in order to get them to play college football.
All these black athletes have to do in order to have the opportunity to play in the NFL and make millions of dollars is restrain themselves from doing things like shooting each other, raping women, beating their girlfriends, getting in fights, doing drugs, or avoiding engaging in robbery and burglary. It is often too much to ask.