Violence against white people by African American people is not something that most people like discussing. Especially African American people and Democrat’s because it is contrary to their narrative of being oppressed victims. But a video was released online showing a high profile African American man committing a violent act against a white woman.
The culprit was Joe Mixon a running back for the University of Oklahoma. His attorney, on Friday, made public the surveillance video show show him punching a student named Amelia Molitor in July of 2014. A second video was released that show other Oklahoma University football players at Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe when the attack took place.
His attorney Blake Johnson wrote a letter about the incident and said,
“Mr. Mixon asked us to once again say he is sorry for the way he reacted that night. He has apologized publicly to Ms. Molitor, her friends, his family, teammates and the University. He hopes that his voluntary release of these recordings will help put this matter to rest.”
Watch the video.
In a Supreme Court ruling in Oklahoma they found in a 8-1 vote on December 6th that the video was to be made public record which show him punching the white woman. It was mandated it be released to the city of Norman and the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters.
Under the Open Records Act the association had sued for the access to the video. Norman was given only twenty days to choose whether he wanted a rehearing on the issue thus it has not been released yet.
Johnson also stated the following in the letter,
“While Mr. Mixon is not a party to the OAB lawsuit and has not been directed by the Court to make any disclosure, he does not see any reason for the release of the recording at issue in that lawsuit to be delayed any longer. Further delay appears only to be generating unfounded speculation about what is shown in that video. We also see no reason to withhold the second recording we received from Ms. Molitor’s attorneys and so have included it as well.”
Another attorney of Molitor’s has castigated the timing of the release as nefarious and inappropriate. Since Miltor was graduating at the same time Friday night at Oklahoma University. Smith stated that the video speaks for themselves and the purpose of not initially releasing the videos was so that the evidence could be heard in court by a jury and not in a public forum.
It sounds like a privileged college athlete is being exposed for the racist he really is and the attorneys and courts are trying to delay the release so as to not effect his precious football career. That is not justice.
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