notice the mothers response
"Haugabook's mother, Nadine Milton, attended her son's court appearance Friday. The scene brought her to tears. In an interview outside the courtroom, she expressed sympathies for Liu's family, but asserted her son's innocence.
"If my son say he didn't do it then I am 100 percent by his side," Milton said, insisting Haugabook did not carry a gun. "I don't think my son would do something like that."
I have yet to ever see a black mother come flat out and say my child was wrong and is deserving of the punishment they get.
It seems like it is ALWAYS along the lines of "he was a good boy" "he wouldn't do anything like this"
Just imagine how often they never reprimanded their children as they were growing up. Yeah, they will quickly knock the taste out of their childs mouth for smarting off and disrespecting them.... but as far as the kid acting up and causing a ruckus outside their 'home'? *Crickets*
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