Friday, October 31, 2008

Shreveport Judge-elect insists on Racial Segregation

Pamela Lattier, who was recently elected to a Shreveport City judgeship, has requested that City Marshal Charlie Caldwell provide her courtroom with only black deputy marshals.
When asked about it, Caldwell said 'I guess I didn't really think nothing about it because I'm black. I really didn't'.
If a white judge had asked for only white bailiffs he would be out the door - fast.
In light of her racism, the logical question is whether she can be fair to white defendants.


  1. Let's get one thing straight. One of the main rules is:


  2. Bill, I think you're right. Funny how that works, isn't it?

  3. I think it's funny that she wants only black deputies in her court room but sent her daughter to Calvary Baptist Academy up until this year. Calvary is private predominately white school. She only sent her to public school after she was running for judge.

  4. Being a friend of the family, I can honestly say that where her daughter goes to school or why she's not there anymore had nothing to do with the elections--nor is it relevant to this allegation of 'racism.' She's no Judge Mablean Ephraim or Glenda Hatchett, but regardless of who's the baliff, Justice Will Be Served!


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