February 12, 2014
From the Blaze:
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was convicted Wednesday on charges that he accepted bribes, free trips and other gratuities from contractors in exchange for helping them secure millions of dollars in city work while he was in office, including right after Hurricane Katrina.
The federal jury found Nagin guilty of 20 of 21 counts against him. He sat quietly at the defense table after the verdict was read and his wife, Seletha, was being consoled in the front row.
Before the verdict, the 57-year-old Ray Nagin said outside the New Orleans courtroom: “I’ve been at peace with this for a long time. I’m good.”
Nagin’s words are typical of the black criminal, and of the black community in general. Corruption, theft, rape, murder, most blacks seem to be “good” with these things. The negative effects of these crimes and the punishments that often follow do very little to deter the black criminal, or even bring about the slightest feelings of remorse.