Lawsuits, Protests, And Cries Of Racism At Oberlin After Black Students Arrested For Stealing, Assaulting White Shopkeeper

A small business in Oberlin, Ohio, popular with denizens of Oberlin College is facing accusations of racism and protests after three black students were arrested November 2016 for assaulting a white shopkeeper and stealing bottles of wine.

After being labeled as a “racist establishment,” by a senior dean at the college, the family owned business, Gibson’s Bakery, says it has no choice but to sue the college and Meredith Raimondo, vice president and dean of students, for slander, the Associated Press reported.

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  • Lightstream

    How did those stupid students get into a college in the first place? The professors should be fired and the college should be shut down until the student’s intellect rises to a normal level. I really hope that bakery owner does charge them for slander and wins.

    • Watchman

      Some by Affirmative Action and some from intensive Marxist indoctrination over their previous 12 years at school by teachers.

    • canminuteman

      Their parent wrote cheques. And because their parents wrote cheques, they ensure that the clients get what they want, which is a diploma.

  • Ed

    Yes Yes, sue sue… take ’em out with jury awards.

  • simus1

    The reverse rascism of low expectations from the progeny of white elites is always good for a laugh. They need to give back soo much and feel sooo warm and guilty as they virtue signal their “understanding”.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Sue the school to get them to buy the business outright.

  • disenfranchised

    We would NEVER AGAIN hire an Oberlin graduate.