Kobe Bryant, Hush Money, and Justice
White woman was paid off to silence her.
by David Sims
LIKE THE Black comedian Bill Cosby, the Black basketball player Kobe Bryant was credibly accused of rape. The following quote is from The Daily Beast:
The Kobe Bryant rape case has, in the annals of popular culture, been reduced to something of a punchline due to the aftermath — namely, Bryant’s $4 million, 8-carat purple diamond apology ring that he gifted to his wife, Vanessa. But what exactly transpired on the night of June 30, 2003, at the Lodge & Spa at Cordillera, in Colorado, may always be a mystery. Despite being charged with sexual assault and false imprisonment — facing life in prison — and tearfully confessing to committing adultery with his 19-year-old accuser, Bryant’s case never made it to trial. On Sept. 1, 2004, one week before opening statements were to be made, the case was dismissed after the accuser, who had been dragged through the mud for months by the media and Bryant’s defense team, informed the court that she would not testify. The [White] woman had filed a separate civil suit against Bryant, and had agreed to dismissal of the sexual assault charge against him provided the athlete issued the following apology to his accuser….
[In the apology, Bryant admitted that the victim did not consent, but that he “thought she had.” — Ed.]
The civil suit was settled for an undisclosed sum of money.
[If the victim had sought justice successfully, Kobe Bryant might be alive today, serving a fully-justified life sentence. Of course, if we were living in a proper society organized on Cosmotheist principles, not only would White girls be taught never to put themselves in any such situation with non-White males, but said non-Whites would not be within a thousand miles of White girls and women.]
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