At Phila. Traffic Court Trial, Strip Club, Pronoun Get Center Stage

, The Legal Intelligencer


The logistics of getting a strip club's bus out of a Philadelphia Parking Authority lot in 2010 was the primary topic of conversation on tapes played to the jury in the trial of several Philadelphia Traffic Court judges accused of ticket-fixing Wednesday.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    If Judge Perri had used the word "nigger," I‘m willing to bet the Legal Intelligencer would have transcribed it here as the "n-word." Yet it had no compunction about publishing the word "fuck" when the "f-word" or a similar representation would have done. I offer this observation not as a provocateur but as a critic of the politically correct speech police who work to divide us by enflaming hypersensitivities.

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