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Corey Batey Vanderbilt University rapist

 

Sick of the world feeling sorry for rapist thugs like Corey Batey, a black College football player who threw away a promising future by participating in a brutal gang rape of an unconscious white woman.

Batey, one of four men, who raped their victim on a dorm room floor piled on the savagery when he uttered racial epithets such as “This is for four hundred years of slavery you b*tch” as she lay there unconscious.

Independent Sentinel by S. Noble

A former Vanderbilt University football player Cory Batey was sentenced to the lightest sentence possible — 15 years in prison in Tennessee and sympathy poured out for Mr. Batey.

“It is one of the saddest cases that I have ever encountered,” Criminal Court Judge Monte Watkins said. “And I’ve been in the legal business for 32 years.”

“All of the defendants in this case basically have life sentences,” Watkins said. “After they get out of jail or prison they will be on the sex-offender registry for the rest of their lives. That’s a life sentence in and of itself.”

Before you feel sorry for him and the other three defendants, listen to what they did. They gang raped an unconscious woman who gave emotional testimony about the rape which she can’t remember.

The men took graphic photos and videos of the rape which helped send them to jail for years. Batey urinated in the victim’s face for good measure and said “This is for four hundred years of slavery you b*tch.”

He was not tried for a hate crime. Why not?

As police told her what happened, the victim said,

“Something permanent snapped that day,” the woman said of seeing the pictures. “I felt myself detach from my body. Now, I feel like I’m walking around in the shell of someone else[…]

Continue Reading — Sympathy Pours Out for Black College Football Star Who Rapes, Degrades White Woman 

What is up with this sick sense of entitlement?  Those seeking mercy for Batey who destroyed his life and that of his victim have no mercy for the latter.

It is hate, bias and that sense of entitlement that lead Batey to his “evil” deeds.  Fifteen years is a slap on the wrist for this fiend who by way by his own words is GUILTY of a hate crime.