October 6, 2022

Oberlin College Agrees to Pay $36M in Damages to Bakery They Smeared as ‘Racist’ Over Hate Hoax

Oberlin College has finally agreed to pay out over $36 million in damages to Gibson’ s Bakery for defaming the small family business because racist because they dared to stop an underage black college student from stealing bottles of wine.   Oberlin administrators suggested the particular student, Jonathan Elijah Aladin, was an innocent sufferer who was racially profiled plus accused […]#@@#@!!

Oberlin College has finally agreed to pay out over $36 million in damages in order to Gibson’s Bakery for defaming the small family business because racist because they dared to prevent an underage black student from stealing bottles of wine.  

Oberlin administrators suggested the student, Jonathan Elijah Aladin, has been an innocent victim who had been racially profiled and arrested of stealing just because this individual was black.  

In fact , Aladin not just tried to steal two bottles of wine but also assaulted the storeowner’s son after he and his two other accomplices caught.  

Just about all three were convicted on trial but got off easy  thanks to their own privileged status .  

From  The New York Moments, “ After a Legal Battle, Oberlin Says It Will Spend $36. 59 Million to some Local Bakery” :

Oberlin College, known as a bastion of progressive politics, said on Thurs that it would pay $36. 59 million to a local bakery that said it had been defamed and falsely accused associated with racism after a worker captured a Black student shoplifting.

That 2016 dispute with Gibson’s Bakery resulted in a yearslong legal fight and resonated over and above the small college town in Ohio, turning into a bitter national debate over lawbreaker justice, race, free talk and whether the college experienced failed to hold students to account.

Your decision by the college’s board associated with trustees, announced Thursday, emerged nine days after the Ohio Supreme Court had dropped to hear the college’s appeal of a lower-court ruling.

“ Truth issues, ” Lee E. Plakas, the lawyer for the Gibson family, said in an e-mail Thursday. “ David, supported by a principled community, could beat Goliath. ”

[…] The college acknowledged that the size of the judgment, which includes damages and interest, was “ significant. ” But it declared that “ with careful economic planning, ” including insurance, it could be paid “ without impacting our academic plus student experience. ” Oberlin has a robust endowment associated with nearly $1 billion.

Here’s the hilarious arrest video along with Aladin crying and playing the victim after getting arrested:  

The New York Times, NBC News, CNN and every some other MSM outlet I could find covering this story were unable interested in including it.  

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