May 03, 2006

Duke rape case prosecutor has picked a curious ally in his war against justice, the New Black Panthers:

Malik Zulu Shabazz, an attorney with the New Black Panthers, told Fox News Channel Tuesday that the prosecutor in the Duke rape case shared information and evidence with the Panthers during a meeting.

In an interview with Fox News Channel's Brian Kilmeade and Juliet Huddy, Shabazz said that members of his group, who are protesting the treatment of the alleged victim of a rape by the Duke University lacrosse team, met with the prosecutor to review his evidence against the students.

The Anti-Defamation league has no shortage of quotes from Mr. Shabazz. The New Black kitty kats had no difficulty finding the real culprit:

“For the record, the history of Duke University is riddled in slavery, racist oppression and racism against black people.”

And this melodramatic gem:

Moments later the protesters tried to walk onto Duke's campus, but campus police
stopped them.

“Are you telling me that the president of Duke University is denying the African-American community from coming on this campus?” one protestor asked.

Campus police said the president would not allow the protest to take place on campus because this week is exam week.

When the marchers were turned away from Duke’s gates, they decided to take things into their hands and walk down the streets of Durham straight to the lacrosse house.


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