Olbermann compares terrorists in our justice system to oppressed black Americans under Jim Crow.

The great example that a lot of law students have read this, the lawyer in “to kill a mockingbird” who is defending an african-american defendant. Did that make him popular in that small southern town? Absolutely not. But he explained to his children, I’ve got to do this as a matter of conscience.

Got that?  In Oblerworld, manipulating the system to put a terrorist where he can get access to state secrets and ferret them out to his fellow murderers is the same as defending a falsely accused black man under Jim Crow.


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  1. Is he stealing hits from his dad’s morphine pump?