Former Vanderbilt University football player, Cory Batey, raped an unconscious girl then while peeing on her, told her , “That’s for 400 years of slavery you b—-,” . Three of his football buddies were there too, raping the poor girl. One of the dummies filmed it and another took pictures. The perpetrators gathered up enough evidence so that Batey, Brandon E. Banks, Jaborian “Tip” McKenzie, and Brandon Vandenburg could all be tried for this unthinkable crime.
Black Lives Matter are probably applauding that these 4 former football players would protest slavery in such a way. But last Friday Criminal Court Judge Monte Watkins sentenced Batey to 15 years in prison saying that, “It is one of the saddest cases that I have ever encountered. And I’ve been in the legal business for 32 years.”
You see because these 4 guys suffer from black lives matter entitlement, I am surprised in our current culture that anything happened to them. It’s okay to loot as a form of protest, they say. It’s okay to shoot a cop because he’s a cop, they say. Is it also okay to rape a girl for being white? Do ANY of these things help anyone in the black community in ANY way? Do you know what their entitlement got them? Destroyed their lives. Batey was on a football scholarship that could have led to the NFL… could have helped him and his family and the community he came from. Instead he selfishly acted out on his animal instincts and destroyed any chance he had at success. THAT is what the Black Lives Matter mentality gets you folks. Don’t be fooled. Trusting the BLM culture got him 15 yrs in prison, they won’t be visiting him either.
The ruling came at the end of a 90-minute hearing in which the rape victim gave an emotional statement about her own life sentence. She spoke from a podium, reading her statement, pausing to cry and looking up at the judge.
“In this age of technology, anyone I ever meet in my personal or professional life can learn I am a rape victim and the details of the case before I’ve even fully introduced myself to them,” she said, citing media coverage.
The woman was 21 and unconscious when police say four men raped her on the floor of a university dorm on June 23, 2013.
“The thought of sharing any more of myself that hasn’t already been taken from me seems unbearable, and it goes against every instinct that I have,” she said. The woman does not remember the rape. The Tennessean generally does not name victims of sexual assault. Metro Nashville police told her what happened as they uncovered evidence in their investigation, including graphic photographs and videos of the rape. Those videos were both the key evidence and a unique piece of evidence that drew additional attention to the case that some said furthered discussion of how colleges respond to sexual assault. “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.