Friday, July 26, 2002

Other useful applications of the McKinney defense
The man who ran the Tri-State Crematorium, the man "charged with 398 felony counts, including theft by deception and abuse of a body, for allegedly accepting money and never performing the cremations" -- says it's all about race.

"We live in the South and I'm a black man,'' Brent Marsh said Thursday, the day Cobb County Superior Court Judge James G. Bodiford set bond for him at $159,200. "A lot of people don't like me because I am me.''

I wonder if any of those bodies are black.

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