Gibson's Bakery v. Oberlin College: More than $11 million awarded

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  • New / Eng QTdN03
    When did the rules of wokeness dictate that you have to support shoplifters? It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with the new social contract—I still thought shoplifting was looked down upon!
    Jun 8 3
    • PayPal x ploy ted
      Only if you’re white.
      Jun 8
    • Exer Urgent Care dsp0703
      Logical conclusion of SJWs. Black crime is excused because of "systemic racism."
      Jun 9
    • Intel D’s🥜
      White shoplifters almost never get into trouble. I know more than 1 person that steals and returns/refunds clothing.
      Jun 10
  • PayPal x ploy ted
    I am absolutely shocked that justice was served. Hope this is the first strep to stopping the insanity plaguing this country.
    Jun 8 0
  • LinkedIn / Eng flock
    I don't understand what exactly the college did wrong here. According to the article some students picketed the bakery & passed out flyers, not the Dean or college council.
    Jun 9 3
    • Raimondo used college funds and college staff to provide gloves, refreshments, flyers, and organized the protests of the business. All of this after the 3 thefts had pleaded guilty and issued statements that the business did no racial profiling.

      The college abated the smear campaign even after it became evident there was no wrong doing on by the business.
      Jun 9
    • Exer Urgent Care dsp0703
      Oberlin cancelled its contract with Gibsons and told them that to renew they must drop the charges against the shoplifters and not call the cops on future shoplifters. That's how insanely left Oberlin is.
      Jun 10
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      Uhhh.. defamation maybe?
      Jun 10
  • Symantec GoRams
    This is why I buy my cakes from Costco.
    Jun 8 0
  • New / Eng n o s q l
    Racial fuckups happen quite often, especially in public school systems. Officials are caught between law and social group think that disregards the law like KKK would do. I am not sure if KKK broke any laws, but those folks would break anything if needed.
    Jun 8 0