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Skip to comments.Report: Family wants Tawana Brawley case reopened
Posted on 11/18/2007 12:27:07 PM PST by redstateone
Glenda Brawley and Ralph King want to press New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer and state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo to re-examine the November 1987 incident, which a state grand jury ultimately concluded was a hoax, the Daily News reported.
"New York state owes my daughter...."
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
I can't wait to see whether the good Senator from New York will make this a key part of her presidential campaign to right the wrongs and stand up for justice.
That should be the question at the next Democrat debate: "Hillary, will you stand up and lead the charge for Ms. Tawana Brawley?"
Same question to good ol' Rev. Al Sharpton.
You changed the title and, in so doing, changed the meaning.
Brawley has changed her name and become a nurse, the Daily News reported.
Do us a favor and tell us where she works so we can stay a way from a hospital that hires mentally ill staff.
“Report: Family wants Tawana Brawley case reopened.”
This is the title at CNN. Your title is wrong and misleading.
here is the real title:
Report: Family wants Tawana Brawley case reopened
You can't handle the truth (as evidenced by your stupid comment)
“”””New York state owes my daughter. They owe her the truth,” said Glenda Brawley. She reiterated her stance that her daughter was indeed raped by a group of white men who smeared her with feces and scrawled racial epithets on her body.””””
I think the 1st sentence says it all. Just another crack at winning the litigation lottery
This is NOT what the title says!! You’ve totally misled the reading audience here!
“I think the 1st sentence says it all. Just another crack at winning the litigation lottery.”
Exactly right. As I posted on an earlier thread on this topic—it’s all about
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