October 7, 2019
Regular readers will remember the story of the judge that was attacked for setting up a trust that only paid out to his kids if they are in a heterosexual marriage with someone of the same race.
Well, that judge, Vic Cunningham, who scandalized the Jewish media when it was found that he had normal desires for his family, tried the case of a Jew in 2003. And the judge’s alleged racism is being used to claim that he was also an anti-Semite and so the case should be retried.
A Jewish death row inmate in Texas who says his judge was anti-Semitic has appealed to the Supreme Court.
Randy Halprin is set to be executed on Oct. 10. He was part of the “Texas 7” group of prisoners who escaped from a prison in the state in 2000 and were convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of a police officer who responded to a robbery they committed. Four of them have already been executed.
And one committed suicide. The seventh is going to be executed in November of this year.
In May, Halprin said in an appeal that the judge who sentenced him in 2003, Vickers Cunningham, referred to him using anti-Semitic slurs, including “f****n’ Jew” and “g*****n k**e.” The court denied his appeal last month.
Does he also claim that those are inaccurate descriptors?
Seems like a hard sell.
“Halprin fails to present any evidence in his motion showing that Cunningham’s bias against him would establish by clear and convincing evidence that, absent such bias, no reasonable factfinder would have found Halprin guilty of the underlying offense,” the court’s ruling reads.
On Thursday, Halprin appealed to the Supreme Court.
A number of Jewish groups, including the American Jewish Committee, Union for Reform Judaism and the Anti-Defamation League, expressed support for Halprin’s original appeal. The appeal followed a report the previous year in The Dallas Morning News that Cunningham set up a trust in 2010 to give his children money if they marry a white Christian of the opposite sex.
So there is no evidence that the judge was an anti-Semite. There is just the claim of a Jew murderer that he was called mean names.
The entire thing hinges on the story of the racist trust.
In all likelihood, the judge wasn’t an anti-Semite. Most good old boy types in Texas, who would want their daughters marrying white men, think Jews are God’s chosen people, because that’s what Jew-bought televangelists have been saying for fifty years.
But even if he did hate Jews, the idea that he was calling the Jew a “goddamn kike” right in the court room, to the Jew’s face, is so stupid it’s almost unfathomable that someone could have the nerve to make such a claim.
But look at his cousins over at the ACLU circling the wagons.
They don’t even say “allegedly anti-Semitic judge.” They just report it as if the words of the Jew cop-killer are unquestionable truths, as if this is the Nuremberg trials or something.
But you know that any court case that involves both goy and Jew is the Nuremberg trials all over again for these bloodsucking rats.
I’m Sure You’re Wondering…
All of the many, many articles discussing the grave anti-Semitic injustice to this man talk about his prison break and the cop he killed, but they don’t tell you what he was in prison for in the first place. Universally, these articles are skipping that detail.
You have to go pretty far back to find it. But I found it.
To pay his rent, Randy would babysit the 18-month-old son of one of his roommates. One night the child was found severely beaten, suffering two broken legs, two broken arms, and a skull fracture. Under police questioning, Randy at first suggested the child’s mother was to blame. He said she was always going out and getting “messed up” and neglecting her toddler.
He stuck with that story until he flunked a polygraph. When he broke down and confessed, he described how he’d beaten and kicked the child when the child wouldn’t stop crying. He even imitated the high-pitched voice the toddler used as he called for his mother. “He was mocking him,” Fort Worth police detective Renee Kamper testified years later. “I’ll probably never forget it.” There were also wounds on the child’s tongue that a doctor testified were consistent with burns from a match or cigarette.
Facing the prospect of an even longer sentence from jurors not likely to sympathize with a child abuser, Randy pleaded guilty to felony injury to a child in return for a 30-year prison term.
I wonder if that was a white toddler he tortured?
Actually, I don’t wonder. Of course it was.
Definitely not the most sympathetic of Jews.
But the ADL has certainly gone to bat for unsympathetic Jews before.
In fact, the ADL was founded to defend a Jew who raped and murdered a 13-year-old white girl and blamed it on black people.
Jewish people are literal demonic monsters and they should all be on death row.