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18th Nov '12 1:11:04 AM RachmaninovRocks
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Green keeps hammering this, saying that Berger's not afraid of individual black people, but he doesn't like them in groups. Berger exclaims that Jewish teenagers aren't in the papers for carrying guns and selling drugs, but black teenagers are. Green cites Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel and Meyer Lansky, two Jewish mobsters, and wonders if they were totally innocent until they were twenty. Berger looks confused. Green says that Berger is a racist. Stone objects and is sustained, but Steinman keeps going. She asks if Berger can blame Roberts for being angry. Steinman orders the lawyers into her chambers.

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Green keeps hammering this, saying that Berger's not afraid of individual black people, but he doesn't like them in groups. Berger exclaims that Jewish teenagers aren't in the papers for carrying guns and selling drugs, but black teenagers are. Green cites Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel and Meyer Lansky, two Jewish mobsters, and wonders if they were totally innocent until they were twenty. Berger looks confused. Green says that Berger is a racist. Stone objects and is sustained, but Steinman Green keeps going. She asks if Berger can blame Roberts for being angry. Steinman orders the lawyers into her chambers.
26th May '11 7:46:03 PM GliderGuy
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10th May '11 5:30:31 AM GliderGuy
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As the detectives eat pizza, Briscoe complains about some black religious leaders (like Jesse Jackson and Louis Farrakhan) blaming the Jews for the problems in their communities. He says that the Jews marched with Martin Luther King Junior in the sixties. Logan recalls when then-Mayor John Lindsay tried to get low-cost housing for black people in Forest Hills, a largely Jewish community, and the community rioted.

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As the detectives eat pizza, Briscoe complains about some black religious leaders (like (specifically Jesse Jackson and Louis Farrakhan) blaming the Jews for the problems in their communities. He says that the Jews marched with Martin Luther King Junior in the sixties. Logan recalls when then-Mayor John Lindsay tried to get low-cost housing for black people in Forest Hills, a largely Jewish community, and the community rioted.
5th Apr '11 7:08:18 AM GliderGuy
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"A black boy at the scene of a riot must be up to no good."\\

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"A ->"A black boy at the scene of a riot must be up to no good."\\
5th Apr '11 7:05:05 AM GliderGuy
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Berger, an older white man, confesses to hitting Fox. He was running late and the FDR highway was having repair work done, and so he took a detour through Harlem. He states that he was going 30 or 35 miles per hour, not speeding, and that Fox ran right in front of his car, leaving him with no time to do anything else. Berger asks how Fox is, and when no one answers, realizes that Fox died. His lawyer, a white man named ___, says that Berger called him immediately, and as soon as he could return the call (after court was out), he learned that Berger wanted to turn himself in. He just wanted to speak to his lawyer before doing that, claims the attorney, hence the delay. Briscoe asks why Berger left the scene, and Berger says that he was afraid that the black people in Harlem would assault him if he remained at the scene. He says that he knows leaving the scene was wrong, but he was scared. His lawyer says that they'll plea no contest to leaving the scene, but Van Buren says that they don't do pleas there. Berger asks if he's under arrest, and they tell him to remain there until [=McCoy=] arrives.

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Berger, an older white man, confesses to hitting Fox. He was running late and the FDR highway was having repair work done, and so he took a detour through Harlem. He states that he was going 30 or 35 miles per hour, not speeding, and that Fox ran right in front of his car, leaving him with no time to do anything else. Berger asks how Fox is, and when no one answers, realizes that Fox died. His lawyer, a white man named ___, man, says that Berger called him immediately, and as soon as he could return the call (after court was out), he learned that Berger wanted to turn himself in. He just wanted to speak to his lawyer before doing that, claims the attorney, hence the delay. Briscoe asks why Berger left the scene, and Berger says that he was afraid that the black people in Harlem would assault him if he remained at the scene. He says that he knows leaving the scene was wrong, but he was scared. His lawyer says that they'll plea no contest to leaving the scene, but Van Buren says that they don't do pleas there. Berger asks if he's under arrest, and they tell him to remain there until [=McCoy=] arrives.
21st Mar '11 2:20:11 PM GliderGuy
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21st Mar '11 2:18:49 PM GliderGuy
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->"Yeah, right, it's a secret club. We all know each other."

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->"Yeah, right, it's a secret club. We all know each other.""\\
21st Mar '11 7:02:08 AM GliderGuy
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--Shambala Green

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--Shambala Green
--Phillip Franks
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