Mike Nifong has been disbarred.  A fit ending for a man who pandered to the worst of racial politics when he buried evidence of non-guilt in his quest to hang three white college boys in a town where there’s some feeling of resentment on the part of the minority townspeople toward the more affluent student population.

It was political pandering at its worst.

I’m glad he can’t do the same to anyone else.

6 Responses to “Justice”

  1. on 16 Jun 2007 at 10:05 pm crystal blue

    It’s a good thing no one else lives in a glass house like Mike Nyfongs. Crucify the man, it wasn’t your daughter, he’s not your father and not one of us were there. Surely he did some things wrong but, this was bigger than Mike Nyfong, This is how money buys lies and injustices. However, that don’t make those men innocent. Did they rape her, probable. Are they rich, undoubtedly!!! Where are the charges against the victim / perpetrator of this whole sick demise of this mans career and reputation, also paid off by chance???
    Surely the media have been covering the charges against her for all the lies she told to the judicial system. Then again, perhaps it her job to get him out? Maybe there was some sort of conspiracy? Or, are they just so rich they were able to pay her to shut-up and let this man suffer the wrath of the ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. May God be with them and all of the stone throwers too…Good Luck to you Mr. Nyfong and your family…

  2. on 16 Jun 2007 at 10:39 pm Netmom

    Crucify him? No way. But to remove him from the practice of law after he’s proven absolute disdain for the law when it stands in the way of his own political agenda? That’s the only way to uphold the foundation of this country.

    Even if he could not work another day in his life, I doubt that his loss of income would rival the economic losses that the families of those three boys have already endured: defense attorneys’ fees, loss of scholarships, loss of educational time, and the myriad of other expenses associated with this long ordeal. That doesn’t count the stain on their reputations that can never be erased.

    Hating someone for their economic status (whether higher or lower than your own) is no better, no more excusable than hating someone for the color of their skin or religious beliefs.

  3. on 17 Jun 2007 at 6:05 am who' who

    Thank God there is justice. At times you question if good does prevail and then the system comes through and does the right thing. I applaud the Board for bisbarring a man who used the system for his own personal gain at the cost of the lives of these three boys.

  4. on 17 Jun 2007 at 9:25 am daco

    Crucify him? Absolutely. Just like he tried and failed to crucify the young men at Duke. Young men that could have been proven innocent by the evidence that poor poor Mr. Nifong covered up.
    You can cry for poor Mr. Nifong if you like crystal blue, but the good folks in North Carolina are much better off without a DA that intentionally and for political gain attempted to crucify innocent people.

  5. on 18 Jun 2007 at 5:35 am girlfriend

    CNN did quick vote to see if this mn should be prosecuted for criminl ction nd 80% of the voters sid yes. Crystl, you are in a very small minority with your opinion.

  6. on 18 Jun 2007 at 5:49 am girlfriend

    Something wrong with my A key sorry

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