Racial discrimination is A-OK with Alaska's finest
April 22, 2010 10:55 AM Subscribe
posted by stinker (151 comments total)
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"All Islanders looked the same to her, she explained. She couldn't tell them apart. So none would be allowed in
." In Anchorage, police uphold the right of businesses to deny service
based on race.
It gets worse. Even when the courts find evidence of discrimination, as they did in the case of Carolyn Mitchell, there's no guarantee of justice
. Carolyn Mitchell was awarded damages of $1 by a jury in 2004. In 2009 she was ordered to pay $45,594, the cost of the trial, minus $1.