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Today’s Quote: Can You Get a Fair Trial If You’re Sittin’ on a Pew?

“I didn’t want to be judged in a courtroom representing a specific religion. I felt they may be biased against me because I’m not part of the (Christian) group. I don’t want to be found guilty in a prejudiced courtroom.” ~ Carrol Roberson, a paralegal student at the University of Mississippi charged with disorderly conduct tells why he has filed a motion in city court to have former church pews removed from Southhaven Municipal Court.

I know you’re not supposed to discuss religion or politics in a professional blog, but this whole thing started at Walmart, so this is an exception to the rules.

Source: Eyewitness News Memphis

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