Within 24 hours, TWO articles I featured from "ILoveBlackPeople" were taken offline immediately after I posted the links for them: "Five U.S. Presidents Were Members of the Ku Klux Klan" was the second article. First ILoveBlackPeople removed a news story about a young man who was released from prison after suffering nearly 12 years on a wrongful conviction caused by police falsifying the victim's police report. He sued, and the court ruled in the police officers' favor. Therefore, police officers have now been given the right to falsify records in criminal proceedings. I hope the author of "Five U.S. Presidents Were Members of the Ku Klux Klan" finds a more reliable media to publish her article. (August 3, 2014 update: The article is back on view at the "ILoveBlack People" site today.)
I believe "ILoveBlackPeople" loves incentives to censor news much more than it loves black people. You might be able to find the article about prejudice presidents elsewhere by searching for its title on Google. I searched and found another article about the exonerated young man at CourthouseNews
I was glad to find the CourthouseNews article to alert the world about the latest legal precedent:
POLICE HAVE BEEN GIVEN THE LEGAL RIGHT BY A COURT OF LAW IN VIRGINIA TO FALSIFY RECORDS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS.
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