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Dudley Sharp
Re: TX: In a lengthy dissent, Judge Elsa Alcala, joined by Judge
Thu Nov 28, 2013 03:27
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Racial bias was addressed.

Did you not read the opinion?

Alcala writes: "As to (Buck's) second claim (based upon racism) , I conclude that (Buck) has failed to make out a prima facie case for discriminatory intent in the prosecution's decision to seek the death penalty in his case." (3). "intent".

As you can see, there is zero evidence for bias.

It is a complete fabrication that Buch was sentenced to death becauae of his race.

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