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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction


The supreme court today and a seventy two ruling throughout Curtis flowers, murder conviction. Finding the prosecutors unlawfully blocked black potential. Jurors Bill Ray Curtis flowers face the death penalty in Mississippi for quadruple murder in nineteen Ninety-six in two of his six trials the prosecutor violated a ban on racial discrimination by rejecting black perspective. Jurors justice. Brad Kavanagh authored the court's majority opinion writing that the numbers spoke loudly. The Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a blistering dissent saying that flowers presented no evidence of race discrimination. And at the opinion reflects utter disrespect for the

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