Friday, August 24, 2012
Jesse Jackson Sr shows up to help a black rapists but not a word from him on the shooting of Megan Boken by a Negro
STILLWATER, Okla. — Darrell Williams’ supporters put their faith in God on Thursday night — and in the unifying power of the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
Williams, 22, a suspended Oklahoma State basketball player from Chicago, is scheduled to be sentenced here Friday for molesting two women at a college house party. Williams was convicted of two counts rape by instrumentation and one count of sexual battery, but that means little to his supporters.
“Jesus was innocent but convicted,” Jackson said.
The civil rights leader, who addressed a packed church of all ages and races, told his rapt audience of the time he spent with Williams on Thursday in the Payne County Jail.
“His spirits are strong,” Jackson said, “his faith is strong. He declared his innocence. He believes God will see him through.”
“We respect the justice process,” Jackson continued. “We seek today to temper mercy with justice.”
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