Haines, who was accused of using racial slurs and threatening a black cab driver, must attend services at any one of Cincinnati's predominantly African-American churches.I didn't think that it was a crime to use racial slurs.
"It seems readily apparent to me that you don't like black people," Judge William Mallory Jr. told Haines. "That's OK with me. But you have to understand that you are at the whim and authority of a black judge." ...
"If you want to get out of jail, you're going to have to raise your black consciousness," the judge said.
Monday, January 16, 2006
Ordered to raise black consciousness